An outspoken corporate downsizer learns a harsh lesson after being surprised with her own exit package, and a loyal cop that has to choose between fighting the war on drugs and his criminal brother. Sometimes practicing tough love at work and at home isn’t always the best policy.
How do you market something when you don’t know what it is, or who it’s for? If you’re anything like me, you feel driven to create, but it’s only through the process of creation that your vision takes form. It’s only through putting that creation out into the world that you begin to realize what
So many people feel overworked, overwhelmed, and burned out. Delegation helps that, but, more importantly, it enables you to focus on what you do best in order to maximize your impact.
Chris and the rest of the gang,
I really enjoyed this podcast, even though it was not as intimate a location as the others (hotel rooms).
But I love hearing from all the Mythbusters, especially Jamie and Adam (who is freaking hilarious).
Keep up the great work, I love listening to them.
I am deployed with the military and your podcast makes me laugh and reminds me of home (LA) and how much I miss my wife, kids, and fellow nerds.
When I get home I am definitely coming to a live show, first thing (well maybe second thing, after I get an In n Out burger).
Much love and respect.
Podcast: Apple · Spotify · Overcast · Download Summary Read what you love until you love to read. Start with the books that interest you, no matter how unrefined they may seem. To avoid being seduc…
No Ego: Cy Wakeman on Eliminating “Emotional Waste” – Love Your Work, Episode 119
April 02 2018 – 07:30am
Cy Wakeman (@cywakeman) is the founder of Reality Based Leadership. She wrote a book called No Ego. Want to 4x your creative output? Click here for my free toolkit » No Ego is a leadership book, which is an unusual read for me since I’m a solopreneur, but I couldn’t put it down. You might hear me talk about ego from time to time. I think my conversation with Ryan Holiday back on episode 31 was the first time I was really thinking about ego. He wrote the book Ego is the Enemy. Since then I’ve come to realize that ego is the number one enemy that can hold you back from reaching your creative potential. Your ego will keep you from being accountable to yourself and what you want to accomplish. It will direct your attention outside of you, and cause you to blame others. It will cause you to make limiting excuses for yourself. But if you’re able to bypass your own ego, something magical happens. You start to concentrate on what you can control. You start to see a connection between your actions and the results you get. This is what I loved so much about Cy’s book, No Ego. It’s a powerful book for keeping ego from ruining your workplace, but at the same time it’s a powerful book for keeping ego from ruining yourself and sabotaging your own potential. Love Your Work now an Alexa Skill! To add the Love Your Work skill to your Amazon Echo, say “Alexa, enable Love Your Work.” It’s very important, by the way to use the word “enable,” and not “add.” Also, you can search on the Alexa app, or visit kadavy.net/alexa Please donate on Patreon Support nourishing media and a healthy definition of success. Get early access, bonus content, and 20% off the Love Your Work T-shirt. Donate now » Subscribe to Love Your Work
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Do you know what’s next for you in your work? Dan Miller is a renowned author, speaker and coach who helps people create a plan to doing work they love.
A woman starts a dating site for single farm workers, and an exiled army colonel launches a revolution from the aisles of a hardware store. What happens when your life’s work is deeply connected to where you’re from?
For King and Country "This is Love " lyrics from the album "Run Wild, Live Free , Love Strong" Great Song :D Christian love song :D
————————————————————————————————————— It was like a movie When I first met you The moment moved me I still remember Your soul of beauty It stole me away, away
Richer or poorer Better or worse Could we be together Could we make it work If love is patient And if love is kind Oh God, give me a sign
[Chorus:] You’ve got me thinking This is love, this is love, this is love that I’m feeling This is love, this is love, this is love I believe it I’ll kiss you only Darling, I promise To hold you gently And still be the strongest I’m yours completely No matter what comes our way I’ll love you til the end of my days Til the end of my days
Could’ve never imagined We’d find each other A classic romantic Of unlikely lovers Some kind of magic How two can turn into one, to one
For rich or poor Better or worse We’ll be together Yeah, we’ll make it work Love is patient I know love is kind Thank God I saw the sign
Till the end of my days Till the end of my days
Run, run, run, run with me As one, one, one, we will dream Of a beautiful love m…
Bruce Daisley is the European Vice-President at Twitter and host of the business podcast Eat Sleep Work Repeat. He has been one of the Evening Standard’s 1,000 Most Influential Londoners for four years and is one of Debrett’s 500 Most Influential People in Britain. according to Campaign magazine Bruce is ‘one of the most talented people in media’. He’s just written a book ‘The Joy Of Work: 30 Ways to Fix Your Work Culture and Fall in Love with Your Job Again’ comes out in January on Blue Monday.
He is obsessed with making work better. He’s dedicated his last few years to chatting to the leading experts in workplace culture - and using evidence to find a way to improving it.
It’s a practical, uplifting, helpful book all about making the workplace a bit better, which is important considering we spend so much time there.
The story behind ‘Love Where You Work’ signs inside Twitter HQ
The power of laughter at work
Why ‘crisp Thursday’ is genius
Why you should cut all meetings in half
We discuss this piece "Why ‘Do What You Love’ Is Pernicious Advice
- The importance of boredom when it comes to creativity
‘I’m convinced people don’t read books, so I made 30 things. If all that happens is that someone is rips out one chapter and gives it to their team then it’s been successful. Arm people with facts."
"In truth, most people in work are probably more exhausted than they’d like to admit."
‘if you look at the science, if you are stressed, you can’t be creative."
"Unlike the iPhone, no one is going to unveil the new version of work"
"50 hours a week is all that human brain can do."