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See the full show notes at: Samuel McNabb husband to Wilma Char McNabb, father to Sean and NFL QB Donovan McNabb. Retired Electrical Engineer, worked for Exelon in Illinois. Retired
The Pomodoro Technique... This time management technique was developed by Francesco Cirillo in the late 1980s and is still very useful today. The premise of the technique is to set your timer to a specific interval - 25 minutes is recommended -
Focus on building your strengths more than your weaknesses
greatest moment seeing the consistent growth in a person he was able to help recent failure/setback missed an opportunity to appropriately delegate tasks to the right people personal definition of success knowing that the effort that he puts in
We tend to speak a lot about relationships here on the podcast and that is very intentional. Today, let's talk about steps to have successful and productive meetings. A good meeting can certainly influence a professional relationship. Here are
Give up on trying to be perfect and try more to be authentic Please rate this podcast right now while you're looking at this. Your support is so valuable and helps others discover the podcast!
Let's examine "why" instead of "how"
This week's Sixty Second Thought comes from the quote, "Failure is not fatal, but failure to change might be." - John Wooden
How is your follow up? Here are 3 tips to improve and automate it.
The greater danger for most of us lies not in setting our aim too high and falling short; but in setting our aim too low, and achieving our mark.  - Michelangelo
This Sixty Second Thought is inspired by the tragic events that took place in Paris. It has been the most prevalent way of imposing one's ideals and beliefs; acts of war. The simple tactic of using fear of a particular outcome as a motivator to
I want us to have a transparent conversation and encourage ourselves and each other. Post somewhere on social media today with the hashtag #iam and follow it with #pitf. Listen to the episode to find out what that's all about!
Joe Fairless transitioned from being the youngest vice president of a NYC ad agency to creating a company that in 6 months controlled over $7M of property. He’s the host of the popular podcast, Best Real Estate Investing Advice Ever show. great
As you may be able to tell, I am a big fan of adding value to relationships without any expectation of a return. Today I want to talk a little about nurturing relationships and how you can automate a portion of that. I have a persistent reminde
It's a question I ask every guest but this is my most recent setback and it means changes to the way I do things on the podcast...
Today's Sixty Second Thought was inspired by something I heard Niyi Sobo say during his interview on EO Fire a while back.
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I recently heard there is a model that says everything comes down to three things; challenges, vulnerabilities, and resources. The greatest of these is completely your responsibility.
What privilege has someone else had that you haven't afforded yourself yet? and why not...
Lakisha is the CEO of Feel The Glam makeup boutique and a dynamic public speaker motivating audiences to present the best image of themselves and benefits of entrepreneurship. As a makeup artist, Lakisha has done significant work enhancing the
Tips to maximize your existing relationships
Chef Lucmann Pierre is the owner and executive chef of Le Pierre Caterers and has served high-end executive clientele from all over the world. Chef Lucmann was trained by some of the top Culinary Institute Chefs in the country and abroad. His e
The journey of discovery lies not in seeking new landscapes but in seeing them with new eyes.
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