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#178: How You and Your Family Can Live a Richer Story in 2020

Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

Release Date: 12/09/2019

Rewind—How to Get People to Pay Attention to You show art Rewind—How to Get People to Pay Attention to You

Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

As a leader, you’re always looking for ways to grow that also fit into your hectic schedule. We made StoryBrand Rewind for YOU. In this new series, Koula Callahan does a quick breakdown of the most valuable tips we’ve received from past episodes. This week, she’s diving into wisdom from Andy Stanley on how to communicate in a way that’s clear and memorable. For most of us, our communication falls flat more than we’d like to admit. As a leadership expert and bestselling author, Andy knows how to craft a message that sticks. When you combine Andy’s expertise with Koula’s...

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#224: The Canlis Brothers—What’s (Actually) Possible For Your Business? show art #224: The Canlis Brothers—What’s (Actually) Possible For Your Business?

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When COVID-19 hit, everyone scrambled to pivot their businesses. And our friends at the Canlis restaurant in Seattle were no exception. They took their fine-dining restaurant and made it a burger joint, and a crab shack, and oh yeah ... a drive-in movie theatre?! So when we got the chance to talk to them about their (new and improved) business model, we just couldn’t resist. And we get it -- your business might not need to do a full 180 like it did six months ago. But this episode will transform the way you think about what’s possible for your business -- regardless of if there’s a...

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#223: Daniel Harkavy—Is 2020 a Total Wash for Business Leaders? show art #223: Daniel Harkavy—Is 2020 a Total Wash for Business Leaders?

Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

The beginning of the pandemic felt like being chased by a tiger. For a lot of us, this is the first time we’re getting to slow down and catch our breath. This week, Daniel Harkavy stops by to share why it’s important to spend time really reflecting on your wins and losses from this season. His new book, The 7 Perspectives of Effective Leaders, provides a framework to become a better leader even in the face of enormous challenges. When you use his perspectives to reflect on everything that’s happened this year -- you’ll feel proud of all you and your team have actually accomplished.

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Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

If you’ve ever tried to wrangle a screaming preschooler into a car, you know what the worst days of leading a team feel like. Managing a team and parenting a small child can sometimes feel … a little too similar. But Hal Runkel doesn’t think that’s such a bad thing. This bestselling author of books like ScreamFree Parenting and Choose Your Own Adulthood joins the podcast to show you how his proven parenting techniques can also help you become a confident and respected leader.

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#221: Miles Adcox—Should You Really Keep Emotions Out of the Workplace? show art #221: Miles Adcox—Should You Really Keep Emotions Out of the Workplace?

Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

How many times have you been told to leave your emotions at the door? Probably too many to count. But when you’re sitting at your desk with chest pains or feel your ears ringing after a frustrating meeting -- that feels pretty impossible. Miles Adcox flips the script when it comes to emotions in the workplace. He gives you permission to actually feel your emotions and shows you 3 ways to use them to your advantage.

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#220: Robbie Kellman Baxter—Three Keys to Making Passive Revenue show art #220: Robbie Kellman Baxter—Three Keys to Making Passive Revenue

Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

You want recurring revenue for your business. The thing is — you just aren’t sure if you have what it takes to create something people will actually buy. It stinks, but subscription services can sink your business — fast. So if you’re going to do this, you need to do it right. Robbie Kellman Baxter literally wrote the book on creating subscription services that make money. And in this episode, she’s giving you her secret formula for building a recurring revenue stream that lasts. Listen now!

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#219: How to Make Any Communication Campaign a Success show art #219: How to Make Any Communication Campaign a Success

Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

You have great ideas that have the power to transform your business. But it’s hard to get people to pay attention. What you need is a proven framework that makes any communication campaign a success and gets buy-in from your entire team. And that’s exactly what you’ll get in our newest Business Made Simple University course -- Communication Made Simple. On this week’s episode, we’re giving you a sneak peek into the paradigm-shifting framework so you can start applying these helpful tips today!

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#218: Sherman Merricks—Two Characteristics the Most Profitable Business Leaders Have in Common show art #218: Sherman Merricks—Two Characteristics the Most Profitable Business Leaders Have in Common

Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

Building a profitable business takes a lot of hard work. But when you boil it down -- there are two characteristics every profitable business leader has in common. On today’s episode, StoryBrand Certified Guide Sherman Merricks is sharing why these two characteristics have the power to make or break your business. Plus, Don and Sherman talk about the current social climate and how business leaders can affect change.

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#217: Lee Hartley Carter—How to Persuade Any Audience show art #217: Lee Hartley Carter—How to Persuade Any Audience

Building a StoryBrand with Donald Miller

If you’ve ever tried to convince someone your position is right, you know it can feel like talking to a brick wall. But what if you were just going about persuasion in the wrong way? The truth is—most people aren’t convinced by some compelling set of facts. Most people change their minds because of their emotions. Lee Hartley Carter has studied the art of persuasion and on today’s episode, she’s sharing what works, what doesn’t, and what you can do to persuade people when it matters most.

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#216: Nir Eyal—The Secret to Staying Focused at Work show art #216: Nir Eyal—The Secret to Staying Focused at Work

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Life is busy. Between email notifications, calendar reminders, and your wandering mind, it’s easy to let distractions rule the day. But what if staying focused and being productive didn’t have to be so hard? Nir Eyal, author of Indistractable, has cracked the code on staying focused. In this episode, he’s breaking down how to control your attention-span, increase your productivity, and say no to distractions once and for all. If your mind wandered even a little bit while reading this podcast description — this episode is for you.

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