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140: Choosing Resilience Over Worry as a Business Owner

Voice of Influence

Release Date: 05/12/2020

175: Advocating for Yourself While Championing Others show art 175: Advocating for Yourself While Championing Others

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How can individuals who approach a challenge from different perspectives leverage their differing strengths to work toward a goal collaboratively?  Andrea takes another look at the importance of balancing diverse perspectives and respecting the gifts and contributions of others, while engaging conflict with self-awareness so that we can remain aligned in our team objectives.

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174: Using Kolbe to Function Well as a Team with Jen Heins show art 174: Using Kolbe to Function Well as a Team with Jen Heins

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Kolbe Certified Consultant and Youth Specialist Jen Heins shares with us how understanding the specific ways we and those with whom we work take action when faced with a project can make us more successful at meeting our team goals. Whether it’s owning the best way for you to approach a problem or gaining a better understanding of why someone else needs to handle things differently, your team will have less friction when there’s an appreciation for, instead of a frustration with, diverse perspectives. 

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173: Finding Gratitude for 2020 show art 173: Finding Gratitude for 2020

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As we close the door on 2020 and cross the threshold of 2021, I address the gifts that we can gain from seasonal transitions and look at what we can gain from letting go.     What can you look back on with gratitude? What did you learn?  Are there successes you can celebrate?  How have you emerged from this year stronger for what you’ve experienced? What things can be released to make space for new opportunities? Join me as we wrap up this year and kick off a new series!

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Why the Grinch Stole Christmas with Grant Wenburg show art Why the Grinch Stole Christmas with Grant Wenburg

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Have you ever wondered why the Grinch stole Christmas? Our son’s 5th  grade teacher, Mrs. Brennan, posed this question to kids in the class and asked them to write a persuasive essay about why they believe the Grinch is either evil or misunderstood. On the Voice of Influence podcast one of the key questions we explore is why are people the way they are? How can we motivate others who may be closed off to us? Though Grant’s essay doesn’t go on to suggest how to approach the Grinch, it does give one food for thought. Perhaps there is a physiological or psychological reason for the...

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What’s your role in making your work an opportunity to do what you love? Are there ways that you might be blocking your own goals at work? As we wrap up this series sparked by our interview with Carson Tate, I address the difference you can make at work when you create a vision for yourself, build trust, initiate productive dialogue, and find win-win solutions for yourself and your company.

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171: How to Turn Your Job Into Your Dream Job with Carson Tate show art 171: How to Turn Your Job Into Your Dream Job with Carson Tate

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Do you have the power to make your job into your dream job? That’s what our guest Carson Tate, founder and managing partner of Working Simply, Inc., joins us to discuss.  Carson shares how to understand your organization’s needs, how to build a business case for the changes you want to see made, and how to create win-win scenarios for you and your employer.Carson is the author of the bestseller Work Simply: Embracing the Power of Your Personal Productivity Style and the newly released book Own It. Love It. Make It Work. She is also the creator of the Productivity Style Assessment®, a...

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We know that people want to be happy and fulfilled at work and that healthy organizations want to provide an environment that allows people to feel happy and fulfilled. The organization’s culture, the leadership style, and the individual employee all play a role in whether or not that desire becomes a reality.  What aspects of our work environment do we determine directly and which ones can we influence?  In this episode, we address some of the crucial dynamics that impact employee engagement.

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What fears can get in the way of your business success, and what role does love play in overcoming them? Building on last week’s conversation with Finka Jerkovic, Andrea discusses three core fears that are common obstacles when you’re selling your idea, getting others onboard, or marketing a product or service, and how each fear can be overcome by love. 

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Whether it’s a product or an idea, how do we move beyond selling as a transaction and instead make it the catalyst for transformation?  Finka Jerkovich joins Andrea today to discuss that, as well as why she believes confidence must be rooted in curiosity, creativity, and resourcefulness rather than being limited to competence.

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Do you ever feel frustrated that others don’t seem to grasp the value of what your expertise can offer them?  Getting buy-in from others sometimes requires some self-reflection on your part first.In this episode, Andrea discusses her own process of recognizing the things that kept her from owning her voice so that not only could she connect her gifts with the needs in the world but she could also help others use their gifts effectively.  Take some time today to clarify your purpose so that you can more effectively offer your expertise to others!

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Today, I’m genuinely excited to introduce to Aaron Wenburg and, no, it’s not a coincidence that we have the same last name. Aaron is, in fact, my awesome husband. He also happens to be a Physical Therapist, the Co-Owner of Sandhills Physical Therapy and Sports Rehab clinics, and a loving father.

In this episode, we talk about why Aaron became a Physical Therapist, how what he does is a good mix of business and caring for people, some of the struggles he experienced along the way, how he overcame those struggles, how he knows when it’s time to have a difficult conversation with his team, the precautions his clinics are taking as they keep their doors open during the current health crisis, and more!

Aaron’s story is one of resilience and an example of what it means to show grit and keep moving forward when things are difficult. I know I may be a little biased with this one, but I really think you’re going to find this an inspiring episode.