Hey, ladies and gentlemen, welcome. We’re the It’s All Possible podcast. Today’s very, very, very, very, very special guest is Dr. Hannah McDougall. How are you, Hannah?
Hi, I’m Rob Hartnett, and welcome possibility seekers to the It’s All Possible Podcast. Today we’re chatting with international bestselling author, Nicholas Boothman. This is actually an interview I did a few years back around Nick’s book, How to Make People Like You in 90 Seconds or Less. And it’s such a great interview because the fundamentals that Nick talked about back then are so relevant for today. So, let’s get into it. Enjoy.
Positive Thinking is great but Positive Action through Pivoting is better. Here are how some of my clients are “pivoting with positivity” in these challenging times.
Late last year two good friends of mine lost their jobs. Both were in senior executive roles, had high credibility and I trust them implicitly. But words make a big difference in how they explained their situations:
Executive 1: ‘I was made redundant this week’.
Executive 2: ‘ There have been some structural changes in the business this week, and my role was impacted’.
A Growth Mindset is vital for success in today’s fast changing, disrupted workplace. To put a growth mindset into practice so it becomes a habit, I developed my CHAMPION process. I have used this process to achieve in several start up’s & numerous business ventures or career changes that necessitated me to make a change and up skill over the past few years.
The Today Show recently featured an author who was discussing a book about how to negotiate with sales people. I for one was quite taken aback of this approach. I believe sales is a noble profession and I have worked with, trained and been served by some extraordinary sales people.
In this podcast I talk with two young creative business owners. Alexander Park from Errands a Brisbane based community of photographers, filmmakers and car enthusiasts and Ben Hartnett from Hartnett Media.
I ride with a cycling group called The Knights of Suburbia (KOS). KOS was formed by two ex-footballers turned cyclists David Rigney (Riggo Man) and Russell Lee (above) who wanted to raise awareness for mental health and suicide prevention and teamed up with a charity dedicated to the same cause called Love Me, Love You which is founded and managed by ex Australian Football League (AFL) player Lance Picioane.
While Britney Spears made Toxic a major success in terms of the dance floor it has no place in our working lives. But just like Britney has proven, we are all capable of change.
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