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Professional success is a game of inches. It’s the little things that make a difference. On a regular basis, we will post podcasts that unpack various strategies to improve professional performance through the exploration of mental, emotional, financial, physical and relational resilience.

Latest Episodes

8 Principles to Improve Effectiveness

In todays episode of The Resilient Professional we will take a look at 8 rules to do everything better. This episode today is based on an article written by Brad Stulberg at Outside Magazine. He was heavily influenced by Ray Dalio's Principles when writing this article.Lets get right into it. Rule 1: Stress + Rest = Growth Rule 2: Focus on the Process, Not Results Rule 3: Stay Humble Rule 4: Build Your Tribe Rule 5: Take Small, Consistent Steps to Achieve Big Gains Rule 6: Be a Minimalist to Be a Maximalist Rule 7: Make the Hard Thing Easier Rule 8: Remember to Experience Joy Click here for the article.

6 MIN2018 JUL 30
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8 Principles to Improve Effectiveness

Five Strategies to Supercharge Your Day

How can you super charge your day? In this episode of the Take Charge of Change Podcast we will unpack a few principles to supercharge your day that are NOT rockets science. They are simple habits that, when followed diligently, will yield results that far exceed your expectations. Everyone needs a refresher and this will be your call to get back to the basics. These basic principles will work like the hyperdrive in the Millennium Falcon and propel you toward your biggest goals and aspirations. Lets dive right in. 1. Take 15 minutes at the beginning of your day to write out your priorities and tasks. Don't stop there! Review the priorities and tasks throughout the day to keep on track. 2. Focus on the most important goals first, the others can wait. 3. Do the most important priorities or tasks first. 4. Circle back at the end of the day to close off loose ends. 5. Do not leave your desk cluttered. If you lead teams and you are looking for ways of increasing capacitythrough the culti...

5 MIN2018 JUL 18
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Five Strategies to Supercharge Your Day

Energy versus Capacity

Energy Demands Increase Over Time So far, we have discussed the degree of change going on in the world and how technology can be a force for good, but ironically, can erode personal resiliency as well. Now let’s look at the reality of our own personal energy and why it’s critically important to the resiliency equation. Physical energy peaks in your 30s and often begins to diminish (unless you take proactive steps to fight this trend) as you transition into your 40s and 50s. At the same time this erosion of energy begins to happen, the demands on your time and energy begin to increase, due to such things as: Aging parents Still helping your children Increased job responsibilities If you don’t look after your energy and resiliency reserves, you could hit a crossover point where your capacity is outpaced by the demands on your energy. This can lead to: ● Stress leave and burnout ● Heart disease, stroke, cancer or other health maladies ● Emotional and psychological disengagement T...

6 MIN2018 JUL 17
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Energy versus Capacity

Change and Stress – Get Clear On Your Current Reality

s I’ve mentioned in previous posts, our lives are changing at a faster rate than at any time in human history. The amount of information in a single issue of The New York Times is about equal to the amount of information that people in the 17th century would have assimilated in their entire lifetime! Not only are we experiencing an explosion of information, we are seeing significant changes politically, socially, environmentally, economically and technologically. These changes are creating an environment that is extremely stimulating but can challenge our ability to prioritize and focus. We are all trying to understand and respond to the changes occurring in our work and personal lives. Most of us try to react to these changes in positive and productive ways, but sometimes we feel overwhelmed and confused. The skills and strategies in these posts will help you to manage effectively key “Transition Points” experienced through your life. The experience of change can cover a broad s...

8 MIN2018 JUL 17
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Change and Stress – Get Clear On Your Current Reality

10 Things Confident People Will Not Do

In this article by Travis Bradberry, Ph.D., he discusses 10 things that confident people simply do not do. “The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” - J.M. Barrie Shortlist for quick reference: TIP: Put these in the notes on your phone or on a que card in you breast pocket and reference whenever you experience moments of self doubt! They don't make excuses. They don't quit. They don't wait for permission to act. They don't seek attention. They don't need constant praise. They don't put things off. They don't pass judgement. They don't avoid conflict. They don't let a lack of resources get in their way. They don't get to comfortable. Download your free copy of ‘The Resilient Professional’by clickinghereto dig deeper on subjects like these and others like productivity, exercise and time management to name a few. Thanks for listening! Please reach out if you have any questions or would like a customized training program designed to improve ...

10 MIN2018 JUN 22
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10 Things Confident People Will Not Do

One Strategy to Improve Everything

Could there be one single strategy that could change everything? It should come as no surprise that the one thing is sleep. What do we know about those of us who sleep 6-7 hours? This level of sleep destroys our immune system It doubles our risk of cancer It increases our risk of heart disease It can put you in a pre-diabetic state It causes negative cascading of health defects “There MAY be the odd person who can hack their sleep but that is RARE. There is no such thing as training your body to not need sleep!” So what should we do? Researchers say to shoot for 7-10 hours of sleep After 10 days of 7 hours of sleep your mind becomes “mush” so avoid this bad habit Lack of sleep destroys empathy Sleep clears out and organizes grey matter Now that you know that, here are some practical tips: Make sleep consistent. Make a sleep schedule and strictly adhere to it. Blue light isn’t the only problem! Get all light out of your room, maybe invest in blackout blinds likethese! Make your ...

10 MIN2018 JUN 22
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One Strategy to Improve Everything

How to Reduce Negative Thinking

In this episode we will look at how to reduce negative thinking. To read more on this episode, visitthis blog post. “Reduce blue thoughts with true thoughts.” We have all experienced “blue thoughts.” They creep into our minds at the worst times and can be hard to kick out. But what are these thoughts? Lets analyze them. B: Blaming myself L: Looking for bad news U: Unhappy guessing E: Exaggeratedly negative By understanding the autonomy of the blue thoughts we can take steps to prevent them from ever happening in the first place. Download your free copy of ‘The Resilient Professional’by clickinghereto dig deeper on subjects like these and others like sleep, exercise and time management to name a few. Thanks for listening! Please reach out if you have any questions or would like a customized training program designed to improve the productivity of your team or employees.

9 MIN2018 JUN 22
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How to Reduce Negative Thinking

Reduce Stress and Increase Productivity

In this episode of The Resilient Professional, we will look at how exercise impacts your stress levels and productivity. We will also reveal two exercises would serve you well if you could only do two moves in the gym (or your home). The conversation around exercise is often narrow and highly polarized with different people all pushing for their own agenda. The reality is we need to strike a balance between the mantras. Enjoy this episode. Two best moves (if you must pick two): Squats Plank Clink here to view the study from the Journal of Circulation. Click here for the study from the Journal of Aging. Download your free copy of ‘The Resilient Professional’by clickinghereto dig deeper on subjects like these and others like sleep, exercise and time management to name a few. Thanks for listening! Please reach out if you have any questions or would like a customized training program designed to improve the productivity of your team or employees.

8 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Reduce Stress and Increase Productivity

Managing Emotions - 6 Strategies

In today’s episode of The Resilient Professional we will look at 6 habits that will help you to management you emotions in even the most tense moments. These practical strategies will have a positive impact on your professional and personal relationships. There is no way to avoid conflict and disagreement and these interactions often bring up strong emotions in that can cause us to act irrationally or do things we may regret. Overtime, using these 6 tips, you will become a master of controlling your emotions. To implement these strategies in your life they need to be accessible to act as a reminder in tense situations. Maybe don’t go and tattoo them on your arm but putting these 6 strategies on a cue card in your breast pocket or in the notes app on your phone for quick reference could be a great way to always have them with you. Emotionally intelligent people put boundaries on people that make them angry. Emotionally intelligent people realize that their anger with people and sit...

7 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Managing Emotions - 6 Strategies

Focusing 101

In today'sepisode of The Resilient Professional, we will discuss how to increase your attention span from an article writtenby a neuroscientist. Our attention spans are evaporating and focus is becoming a lost art. Here are the key takeaways: Stop multi-tasking, none of us are good at it especiallythose who think they are! Exercise! When you strengthen your body, you strengthenyour mind.Get good sleep. Meditate. Spend time in nature. Reduce interference. Thanks for tuning in to this episode. To download your free copy of The Resilient Professional eBook click the link below. http://takechargeofchange.com/buy-the-book/

11 MIN2018 APR 5
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Focusing 101

Latest Episodes

8 Principles to Improve Effectiveness

In todays episode of The Resilient Professional we will take a look at 8 rules to do everything better. This episode today is based on an article written by Brad Stulberg at Outside Magazine. He was heavily influenced by Ray Dalio's Principles when writing this article.Lets get right into it. Rule 1: Stress + Rest = Growth Rule 2: Focus on the Process, Not Results Rule 3: Stay Humble Rule 4: Build Your Tribe Rule 5: Take Small, Consistent Steps to Achieve Big Gains Rule 6: Be a Minimalist to Be a Maximalist Rule 7: Make the Hard Thing Easier Rule 8: Remember to Experience Joy Click here for the article.

6 MIN2018 JUL 30
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8 Principles to Improve Effectiveness

Five Strategies to Supercharge Your Day

How can you super charge your day? In this episode of the Take Charge of Change Podcast we will unpack a few principles to supercharge your day that are NOT rockets science. They are simple habits that, when followed diligently, will yield results that far exceed your expectations. Everyone needs a refresher and this will be your call to get back to the basics. These basic principles will work like the hyperdrive in the Millennium Falcon and propel you toward your biggest goals and aspirations. Lets dive right in. 1. Take 15 minutes at the beginning of your day to write out your priorities and tasks. Don't stop there! Review the priorities and tasks throughout the day to keep on track. 2. Focus on the most important goals first, the others can wait. 3. Do the most important priorities or tasks first. 4. Circle back at the end of the day to close off loose ends. 5. Do not leave your desk cluttered. If you lead teams and you are looking for ways of increasing capacitythrough the culti...

5 MIN2018 JUL 18
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Five Strategies to Supercharge Your Day

Energy versus Capacity

Energy Demands Increase Over Time So far, we have discussed the degree of change going on in the world and how technology can be a force for good, but ironically, can erode personal resiliency as well. Now let’s look at the reality of our own personal energy and why it’s critically important to the resiliency equation. Physical energy peaks in your 30s and often begins to diminish (unless you take proactive steps to fight this trend) as you transition into your 40s and 50s. At the same time this erosion of energy begins to happen, the demands on your time and energy begin to increase, due to such things as: Aging parents Still helping your children Increased job responsibilities If you don’t look after your energy and resiliency reserves, you could hit a crossover point where your capacity is outpaced by the demands on your energy. This can lead to: ● Stress leave and burnout ● Heart disease, stroke, cancer or other health maladies ● Emotional and psychological disengagement T...

6 MIN2018 JUL 17
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Energy versus Capacity

Change and Stress – Get Clear On Your Current Reality

s I’ve mentioned in previous posts, our lives are changing at a faster rate than at any time in human history. The amount of information in a single issue of The New York Times is about equal to the amount of information that people in the 17th century would have assimilated in their entire lifetime! Not only are we experiencing an explosion of information, we are seeing significant changes politically, socially, environmentally, economically and technologically. These changes are creating an environment that is extremely stimulating but can challenge our ability to prioritize and focus. We are all trying to understand and respond to the changes occurring in our work and personal lives. Most of us try to react to these changes in positive and productive ways, but sometimes we feel overwhelmed and confused. The skills and strategies in these posts will help you to manage effectively key “Transition Points” experienced through your life. The experience of change can cover a broad s...

8 MIN2018 JUL 17
Comments
Change and Stress – Get Clear On Your Current Reality

10 Things Confident People Will Not Do

In this article by Travis Bradberry, Ph.D., he discusses 10 things that confident people simply do not do. “The moment you doubt whether you can fly, you cease for ever to be able to do it.” - J.M. Barrie Shortlist for quick reference: TIP: Put these in the notes on your phone or on a que card in you breast pocket and reference whenever you experience moments of self doubt! They don't make excuses. They don't quit. They don't wait for permission to act. They don't seek attention. They don't need constant praise. They don't put things off. They don't pass judgement. They don't avoid conflict. They don't let a lack of resources get in their way. They don't get to comfortable. Download your free copy of ‘The Resilient Professional’by clickinghereto dig deeper on subjects like these and others like productivity, exercise and time management to name a few. Thanks for listening! Please reach out if you have any questions or would like a customized training program designed to improve ...

10 MIN2018 JUN 22
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10 Things Confident People Will Not Do

One Strategy to Improve Everything

Could there be one single strategy that could change everything? It should come as no surprise that the one thing is sleep. What do we know about those of us who sleep 6-7 hours? This level of sleep destroys our immune system It doubles our risk of cancer It increases our risk of heart disease It can put you in a pre-diabetic state It causes negative cascading of health defects “There MAY be the odd person who can hack their sleep but that is RARE. There is no such thing as training your body to not need sleep!” So what should we do? Researchers say to shoot for 7-10 hours of sleep After 10 days of 7 hours of sleep your mind becomes “mush” so avoid this bad habit Lack of sleep destroys empathy Sleep clears out and organizes grey matter Now that you know that, here are some practical tips: Make sleep consistent. Make a sleep schedule and strictly adhere to it. Blue light isn’t the only problem! Get all light out of your room, maybe invest in blackout blinds likethese! Make your ...

10 MIN2018 JUN 22
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One Strategy to Improve Everything

How to Reduce Negative Thinking

In this episode we will look at how to reduce negative thinking. To read more on this episode, visitthis blog post. “Reduce blue thoughts with true thoughts.” We have all experienced “blue thoughts.” They creep into our minds at the worst times and can be hard to kick out. But what are these thoughts? Lets analyze them. B: Blaming myself L: Looking for bad news U: Unhappy guessing E: Exaggeratedly negative By understanding the autonomy of the blue thoughts we can take steps to prevent them from ever happening in the first place. Download your free copy of ‘The Resilient Professional’by clickinghereto dig deeper on subjects like these and others like sleep, exercise and time management to name a few. Thanks for listening! Please reach out if you have any questions or would like a customized training program designed to improve the productivity of your team or employees.

9 MIN2018 JUN 22
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How to Reduce Negative Thinking

Reduce Stress and Increase Productivity

In this episode of The Resilient Professional, we will look at how exercise impacts your stress levels and productivity. We will also reveal two exercises would serve you well if you could only do two moves in the gym (or your home). The conversation around exercise is often narrow and highly polarized with different people all pushing for their own agenda. The reality is we need to strike a balance between the mantras. Enjoy this episode. Two best moves (if you must pick two): Squats Plank Clink here to view the study from the Journal of Circulation. Click here for the study from the Journal of Aging. Download your free copy of ‘The Resilient Professional’by clickinghereto dig deeper on subjects like these and others like sleep, exercise and time management to name a few. Thanks for listening! Please reach out if you have any questions or would like a customized training program designed to improve the productivity of your team or employees.

8 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Reduce Stress and Increase Productivity

Managing Emotions - 6 Strategies

In today’s episode of The Resilient Professional we will look at 6 habits that will help you to management you emotions in even the most tense moments. These practical strategies will have a positive impact on your professional and personal relationships. There is no way to avoid conflict and disagreement and these interactions often bring up strong emotions in that can cause us to act irrationally or do things we may regret. Overtime, using these 6 tips, you will become a master of controlling your emotions. To implement these strategies in your life they need to be accessible to act as a reminder in tense situations. Maybe don’t go and tattoo them on your arm but putting these 6 strategies on a cue card in your breast pocket or in the notes app on your phone for quick reference could be a great way to always have them with you. Emotionally intelligent people put boundaries on people that make them angry. Emotionally intelligent people realize that their anger with people and sit...

7 MIN2018 JUN 22
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Managing Emotions - 6 Strategies

Focusing 101

In today'sepisode of The Resilient Professional, we will discuss how to increase your attention span from an article writtenby a neuroscientist. Our attention spans are evaporating and focus is becoming a lost art. Here are the key takeaways: Stop multi-tasking, none of us are good at it especiallythose who think they are! Exercise! When you strengthen your body, you strengthenyour mind.Get good sleep. Meditate. Spend time in nature. Reduce interference. Thanks for tuning in to this episode. To download your free copy of The Resilient Professional eBook click the link below. http://takechargeofchange.com/buy-the-book/

11 MIN2018 APR 5
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Focusing 101
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