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Rela Leadership – Shannon Lee – 27

Shannon Lee is the author of Servant Leader Mindset, creator of the SLAPcast podcast, coach and trainer and serves as the Executive Director of Relā. Her career includes roles in education, sales, marketing and leadership development. She brought all those skills and experiences to Relā in 2014, helping the organization relaunch into what it is today. Relā is a nonprofit helping professionals reduce frustration and increase fulfillment through the application of servant leadership mindsets. Through transformational workshops, coaching, intensive development programs and events, Relā helps professionals overcome barriers to fulfillment at work and beyond. Shannon resides in Columbus, OH with her husband, Kristofer and together they have three children: Jaren (24), Kaylee (22) and Nia (21). You can find her on all the socials here: Twitter: @shanlee337URL: www.relaleadership.orgLinked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannonmlee/Facebook: RelaLeadershipInsta: @relaleadership Leadership is constantly changing and Shannon litterally wrote the book on Servant Leadership. * In our conversation, we talked about the Curse of Knowledge we have discussed previously on this show* Micromanagement and why it isn’t always what you think it is and how to avoid it* How COVID-19 is impacting businessesIf you enjoyed this show you will also like Jason Blackhurst – Servant Leadership

41 min1 w ago
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Rela Leadership – Shannon Lee – 27

Mindfulness – NaRon Tillman – 26

NaRon Tillman Twitter: @narontillman IG: @tillmannaron Websites: www.UrbanYogis.org & www.oneministries.church Walk in Victory:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/walk-in-victory/id1459142845 NaRon Tillman, brings 20+ years of entrepreneurial, pastoral, musical, and mindfulness content first hand. He is the host of Walk In Victory podcast, Pastor of One Ministries Church and leader of Urban Yogis a group dedicated to teaching yoga and mindfulness to the communities on NYC. This show we focus on mindfulness and what that means. How focusing on being mindful will help you actually be more productive throughout the day. How it will help your relationships and help your mental health in general. If you are looking for more episodes like this then check these out: Dr Cheryl Wood – Your unique voice Dr Ben Hardy – Personality isn’t Permanent

31 minAUG 3
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Mindfulness – NaRon Tillman – 26

Dr. Cheryl Wood Your Unique Voice

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cherylempowers URL: https://www.cherylempowers.com/FB: https://www.facebook.com/CherylEmpowers/ Dr. Cheryl Wood is an international empowerment speaker, 11x best-selling author, leadership expert, and master speaker development coach for women. She equips women with the tools to unleash the power of their voice and share the transformational impact of their story. Dr. Wood has trained countless women leaders & influencers across the U.S. and abroad in South Africa, India, France, United Kingdom, Canada and the Bahamas. She empowers women to get out of their comfort zone, take calculated risks, and create a living legacy using their voice. Dr. Wood has been featured on ABC, Radio One, Forbes Magazine, Huffington Post, ESSENCE, Black Enterprise, Good Morning Washington, Fox 5 News, Fox 45 News, The Washington Informer, The Baltimore Times, Afro-American Newspaper and numerous other media outlets. She has delivered keynote presentations for a host of large ...

35 minJUL 6
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Dr. Cheryl Wood Your Unique Voice

Personality isn’t Permanent-Dr. Benjamin Hardy-24

Twitter: https://twitter.com/benjaminphardyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/benjaminhardy88/URL: https://medium.com/@benjaminhardyThis month I am thrilled to talk to Dr Benjamin Hardy author of the new book Personality isn’t Permanent. I have been looking forward to this conversation for a long time as regular listeners know Dr. Hardy is the first of my “White Whale” guests that I have landed and it was a pleasure to talk to him. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr. Benjamin Hardy is an organizational psychologist and bestselling author of Willpower Doesn’t Work. His blogs have been read by over 100 million people and are featured on Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, Cheddar, Big Think, and many others. He is a regular contributor to Inc. and Psychology Today and from 2015-2018, he was the #1 writer, in the world, on Medium.com. He and his wife Lauren adopted three children through the foster system in February 2018 and, one month later, Lauren became pregnant with twins, who were born in December of 20...

39 minJUN 16
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Personality isn’t Permanent-Dr. Benjamin Hardy-24

23 – Prolific over Perfect

This month’s guest Ben Hardy did it again. He blew my mind with a segment of his article These 17 Pictures Will Teach You More Than Reading 100 Books. The concept that in certain areas, particularly mine, it is better to be prolific over perfect. Apparently, this a quote from Joe Polish. For creators or anyone with a dream, we are often scared to walk through what Peterson would call the fool stage because the fool always precedes the master. We want what we produce to be of the highest quality possible but we aren’t quite capable of creating it yet. We want to be, we have the taste to determine that what we are creating isn’t quite what we want it to be and so we don’t actually publish or call it done or anything productive.But as we create we learn, we grow and we get better. Doing the thing you do more and more you will learn things you won’t learn by perfecting something. If you are a writer then write, if you are a creator then create. Don’t let those muscles atrophy get ...

6 minJUN 1
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22 – Larry English – Office Optional

Office Optional is a new book by Larry English of Centric Consulting helping companies understand how to build remote teams in our new virtual work world. * How and why you need to cultivate an atmosphere of trust in a virtual environment* How to recruit and hire team members for remote work* How to build strong relationships with people you don’t see every day* How to scale your virtual company without sacrificing culture* How the right software tools can help build culture* How to be a great virtual team member Larry English, President of Centric Consulting and author of Office Optional: How to build a connected culture with virtual teams. Twitter: lkenglishURL: LarryEnglish.netLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/larrykenglishCentric Consulting: www.centricconsulting.com We talked a ton about what creates a great culture and how to maintain or create it when you are spread to the four winds. How we as contributors are responsible for the culture of our company. If you are going to create a...

31 minMAY 20
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22 – Larry English – Office Optional

21 Dunning-Kruger effect

The Dunning-Kruger effect (AKA the Facebook friends Phenomenon) is a cognitive bias where the confidence of an individual on a given topic is disproportionately higher than the individual’s knowledge on that topic. In other words, a little knowledge makes you feel like an expert, but the more you learn the more you know you don’t know. That is what is explained by the Dunning-Kruger Effect. People get really confident with a little knowledge.From WikicommonsI call it the Facebook Friends Fallacy for obvious reasons. Every one of us have that friend who reads one article and is suddenly an expert in international policy or healthcare policy or whatever the particular topic of the conversation is. Simply because there is a wealth of knowledge available to us these days doesn’t make us experts in any of those areas. Just because you read an article from one particular view (which probably agreed with you already because we all seek confirmation of our own beliefs) How can this help ...

13 minMAY 4
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21 Dunning-Kruger effect

Work from Home Tips

The New Normal Work from Home Image by thedarknut from PixabayWork from home tips from someone who has been doing it for years * Get dressed/have a morning routine – It is really tempting to be as lazy as possible but if you really want to work from home well get up on time (if not earlier). It helps signal to your brain that you are doing something different and there is some evidence that the “Dress well, test well” mantra of college students has some validity.* Block out the distractions – Chome plugins like Stay Focused can help you block out common distractions like social media and youtube by forcing you to obey the limits you set for yourself.* Communicate as much as possible – Our company has always been a remote one, but it is the practice within our culture to do remote meetings with tools like MS Teams or Gotomeeting. More than ever during the COVID-19 epidemic we are turning on our cameras to get as close as we can to face to face interaction. (another reason to get...

11 minAPR 13
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19 Have Better Conversations

In an era of texts and phone interaction, we can always use some better conversations in life. Can I be honest? I hate small talk. I would rather jump right into a political or philosophical debate. But, that can really get me into more trouble than it is worth.In the past, I was a horrible conversationalist and worked really hard to have better conversations in my life. And now I find myself helping others to do the same thing. Here is a chart from Lifehacker on how to use an economic model for better conversations, the goal is to have a balanced ledger. If you are making too many deposits you will be drained and if you are making too many withdrawals your conversational partner will be and you will be in the red. From https://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/14-tricks-better-conversations.html The good news is, with a little intention and practice we can all be better at building connections and making friends. It is what we were designed to do but, things in our lives tend...

8 minAPR 1
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19 Have Better Conversations

Intentional Congruence

This show we are all about focusing your life on the few things that matter through Intentional congruence. How can you target all of your activities into as few streams as possible so they all support one another? That is the question. But it can be used in many areas of your life as long as you are working to make different parts of your life work Have you ever felt disconnected from everything? Like you are different people in different areas of your life? That may be because you are not practicing intentional congruence. IC is the practice of focusing on your efforts on the important things in your life. The idea that everything you do should connect with everything else you do, whenever possible. This concept has been explored a lot of places like Never Eat Alone. You have to eat and you want to network do them together. Combine those activities whenever and where ever you can. “Hell Yes or NO” is a concept made famous by Derek Sivers and then promoted by everyone under the s...

7 minMAR 5
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Latest Episodes

Rela Leadership – Shannon Lee – 27

Shannon Lee is the author of Servant Leader Mindset, creator of the SLAPcast podcast, coach and trainer and serves as the Executive Director of Relā. Her career includes roles in education, sales, marketing and leadership development. She brought all those skills and experiences to Relā in 2014, helping the organization relaunch into what it is today. Relā is a nonprofit helping professionals reduce frustration and increase fulfillment through the application of servant leadership mindsets. Through transformational workshops, coaching, intensive development programs and events, Relā helps professionals overcome barriers to fulfillment at work and beyond. Shannon resides in Columbus, OH with her husband, Kristofer and together they have three children: Jaren (24), Kaylee (22) and Nia (21). You can find her on all the socials here: Twitter: @shanlee337URL: www.relaleadership.orgLinked In: https://www.linkedin.com/in/shannonmlee/Facebook: RelaLeadershipInsta: @relaleadership Leadership is constantly changing and Shannon litterally wrote the book on Servant Leadership. * In our conversation, we talked about the Curse of Knowledge we have discussed previously on this show* Micromanagement and why it isn’t always what you think it is and how to avoid it* How COVID-19 is impacting businessesIf you enjoyed this show you will also like Jason Blackhurst – Servant Leadership

41 min1 w ago
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Rela Leadership – Shannon Lee – 27

Mindfulness – NaRon Tillman – 26

NaRon Tillman Twitter: @narontillman IG: @tillmannaron Websites: www.UrbanYogis.org & www.oneministries.church Walk in Victory:https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/walk-in-victory/id1459142845 NaRon Tillman, brings 20+ years of entrepreneurial, pastoral, musical, and mindfulness content first hand. He is the host of Walk In Victory podcast, Pastor of One Ministries Church and leader of Urban Yogis a group dedicated to teaching yoga and mindfulness to the communities on NYC. This show we focus on mindfulness and what that means. How focusing on being mindful will help you actually be more productive throughout the day. How it will help your relationships and help your mental health in general. If you are looking for more episodes like this then check these out: Dr Cheryl Wood – Your unique voice Dr Ben Hardy – Personality isn’t Permanent

31 minAUG 3
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Mindfulness – NaRon Tillman – 26

Dr. Cheryl Wood Your Unique Voice

Twitter: https://twitter.com/cherylempowers URL: https://www.cherylempowers.com/FB: https://www.facebook.com/CherylEmpowers/ Dr. Cheryl Wood is an international empowerment speaker, 11x best-selling author, leadership expert, and master speaker development coach for women. She equips women with the tools to unleash the power of their voice and share the transformational impact of their story. Dr. Wood has trained countless women leaders & influencers across the U.S. and abroad in South Africa, India, France, United Kingdom, Canada and the Bahamas. She empowers women to get out of their comfort zone, take calculated risks, and create a living legacy using their voice. Dr. Wood has been featured on ABC, Radio One, Forbes Magazine, Huffington Post, ESSENCE, Black Enterprise, Good Morning Washington, Fox 5 News, Fox 45 News, The Washington Informer, The Baltimore Times, Afro-American Newspaper and numerous other media outlets. She has delivered keynote presentations for a host of large ...

35 minJUL 6
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Dr. Cheryl Wood Your Unique Voice

Personality isn’t Permanent-Dr. Benjamin Hardy-24

Twitter: https://twitter.com/benjaminphardyFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/benjaminhardy88/URL: https://medium.com/@benjaminhardyThis month I am thrilled to talk to Dr Benjamin Hardy author of the new book Personality isn’t Permanent. I have been looking forward to this conversation for a long time as regular listeners know Dr. Hardy is the first of my “White Whale” guests that I have landed and it was a pleasure to talk to him. ABOUT THE AUTHOR Dr. Benjamin Hardy is an organizational psychologist and bestselling author of Willpower Doesn’t Work. His blogs have been read by over 100 million people and are featured on Forbes, Fortune, CNBC, Cheddar, Big Think, and many others. He is a regular contributor to Inc. and Psychology Today and from 2015-2018, he was the #1 writer, in the world, on Medium.com. He and his wife Lauren adopted three children through the foster system in February 2018 and, one month later, Lauren became pregnant with twins, who were born in December of 20...

39 minJUN 16
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Personality isn’t Permanent-Dr. Benjamin Hardy-24

23 – Prolific over Perfect

This month’s guest Ben Hardy did it again. He blew my mind with a segment of his article These 17 Pictures Will Teach You More Than Reading 100 Books. The concept that in certain areas, particularly mine, it is better to be prolific over perfect. Apparently, this a quote from Joe Polish. For creators or anyone with a dream, we are often scared to walk through what Peterson would call the fool stage because the fool always precedes the master. We want what we produce to be of the highest quality possible but we aren’t quite capable of creating it yet. We want to be, we have the taste to determine that what we are creating isn’t quite what we want it to be and so we don’t actually publish or call it done or anything productive.But as we create we learn, we grow and we get better. Doing the thing you do more and more you will learn things you won’t learn by perfecting something. If you are a writer then write, if you are a creator then create. Don’t let those muscles atrophy get ...

6 minJUN 1
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23 – Prolific over Perfect

22 – Larry English – Office Optional

Office Optional is a new book by Larry English of Centric Consulting helping companies understand how to build remote teams in our new virtual work world. * How and why you need to cultivate an atmosphere of trust in a virtual environment* How to recruit and hire team members for remote work* How to build strong relationships with people you don’t see every day* How to scale your virtual company without sacrificing culture* How the right software tools can help build culture* How to be a great virtual team member Larry English, President of Centric Consulting and author of Office Optional: How to build a connected culture with virtual teams. Twitter: lkenglishURL: LarryEnglish.netLinkedIn: linkedin.com/in/larrykenglishCentric Consulting: www.centricconsulting.com We talked a ton about what creates a great culture and how to maintain or create it when you are spread to the four winds. How we as contributors are responsible for the culture of our company. If you are going to create a...

31 minMAY 20
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22 – Larry English – Office Optional

21 Dunning-Kruger effect

The Dunning-Kruger effect (AKA the Facebook friends Phenomenon) is a cognitive bias where the confidence of an individual on a given topic is disproportionately higher than the individual’s knowledge on that topic. In other words, a little knowledge makes you feel like an expert, but the more you learn the more you know you don’t know. That is what is explained by the Dunning-Kruger Effect. People get really confident with a little knowledge.From WikicommonsI call it the Facebook Friends Fallacy for obvious reasons. Every one of us have that friend who reads one article and is suddenly an expert in international policy or healthcare policy or whatever the particular topic of the conversation is. Simply because there is a wealth of knowledge available to us these days doesn’t make us experts in any of those areas. Just because you read an article from one particular view (which probably agreed with you already because we all seek confirmation of our own beliefs) How can this help ...

13 minMAY 4
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21 Dunning-Kruger effect

Work from Home Tips

The New Normal Work from Home Image by thedarknut from PixabayWork from home tips from someone who has been doing it for years * Get dressed/have a morning routine – It is really tempting to be as lazy as possible but if you really want to work from home well get up on time (if not earlier). It helps signal to your brain that you are doing something different and there is some evidence that the “Dress well, test well” mantra of college students has some validity.* Block out the distractions – Chome plugins like Stay Focused can help you block out common distractions like social media and youtube by forcing you to obey the limits you set for yourself.* Communicate as much as possible – Our company has always been a remote one, but it is the practice within our culture to do remote meetings with tools like MS Teams or Gotomeeting. More than ever during the COVID-19 epidemic we are turning on our cameras to get as close as we can to face to face interaction. (another reason to get...

11 minAPR 13
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Work from Home Tips

19 Have Better Conversations

In an era of texts and phone interaction, we can always use some better conversations in life. Can I be honest? I hate small talk. I would rather jump right into a political or philosophical debate. But, that can really get me into more trouble than it is worth.In the past, I was a horrible conversationalist and worked really hard to have better conversations in my life. And now I find myself helping others to do the same thing. Here is a chart from Lifehacker on how to use an economic model for better conversations, the goal is to have a balanced ledger. If you are making too many deposits you will be drained and if you are making too many withdrawals your conversational partner will be and you will be in the red. From https://www.lifehack.org/articles/communication/14-tricks-better-conversations.html The good news is, with a little intention and practice we can all be better at building connections and making friends. It is what we were designed to do but, things in our lives tend...

8 minAPR 1
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19 Have Better Conversations

Intentional Congruence

This show we are all about focusing your life on the few things that matter through Intentional congruence. How can you target all of your activities into as few streams as possible so they all support one another? That is the question. But it can be used in many areas of your life as long as you are working to make different parts of your life work Have you ever felt disconnected from everything? Like you are different people in different areas of your life? That may be because you are not practicing intentional congruence. IC is the practice of focusing on your efforts on the important things in your life. The idea that everything you do should connect with everything else you do, whenever possible. This concept has been explored a lot of places like Never Eat Alone. You have to eat and you want to network do them together. Combine those activities whenever and where ever you can. “Hell Yes or NO” is a concept made famous by Derek Sivers and then promoted by everyone under the s...

7 minMAR 5
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Intentional Congruence
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