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[FTMM] Storybrand and Embracing the Role of the Guide

This is the third installment of a mini-series we are calling Finding the Meaning Movement.  This mini series will show in your feed with the letters FTMM in brackets.   In this series, Dan welcomes Raj Lulla of Fruitful Design & Strategy as a cohost for some “Build in Public” style conversations about The Meaning Movement, the current state of Dan’s work with the Meaning Movement,…

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The Art of Standup and Embracing Opportunities with Jonesy

Our guest today is a Comedian and Actor..  He’s been a part of shows like Drunk History, Gotham, and Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt and more. He also hosts the podcast: Weird AF News – the only daily weird news show recorded in a closet with more than 1200 episodes and millions of downloads.  In this conversation I get to deep dive with Jonesy into his work,…

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From Boxing To Teaching: Lessons On How To Fight Negativity With Ed Latimore

Ed Latimore is a former professional heavyweight boxer, a competitive chess player, and a bestselling author.  Ed is a force in the world.  If you search him up on social media, you’ll see how prolific he is.  It’s amazing. Ed’s writing focuses on self-development, realizing your potential, and sobriety — all of which he approaches from personal experience, overcoming poverty and addiction.  Ed is an…

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How Our Brains Make Sense Of The World With David McRaney

David McRaney is a science journalist who is fascinated with brains, minds, and culture.  He’s the creator of the blog, book, and podcast You Are Not So Smart — which focuses on  understanding self-delusion and motivated reasoning. His second book, You Are Now Less Dumb, was released in 2013, and his third book, How Minds Change just came out this year. I had so much…

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Psychological Safety, Organizational Performance, and Leadership With Teresa Mitrovic

Teresa Mitrovic is a leadership learning consultant and creator of a framework for increasing organizational performance via psychological safety.  Those are big and abstract words that mean she helps organizations do what they do better by improving the culture and the way team members relate to each other.  She is the author of the book ‘The Currency of Connection: How Trust Transforms Life, Relationships and…

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