Inspiring Great Leaders Nic Marks Feeling Fast and Thinking Slow

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #162 Nic Marks Feeling Fast & Thinking Slow

 

Inspiring Great Leaders Nic Marks Feeling Fast and Thinking Slow

FEELING FAST & THINKING SLOW

On this episode of the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Nic Marks feeling fast and thinking slow, 5 ways of wellbeing, the unintended consequences of our lifestyles, remote and hybried working, and the tension between good lives now and good lives in the future. 

We also delve into his The Happy Planet Index TED talk with over 2.5million views, happiness is a social emotion, the power of the Friday Pulse, how COVID has landed very unevenly for people, the quarterly cadence and how do we live happily and sustainably as a species? 

Nic Marks – Feeling Fast & Thinking Slow  

Nic Marks is an independent policy adviser, speaker, statistician and author who is best known for his work on The Happy Planet Index. He is a leader in happiness, wellbeing and quality of life, and a person how had a fascination with the Power of 2’s. 

His studies include a MA Maths and Management Studies from the University of Cambridge, Diploma, Counseling & Psychotherapy, Master’s of Science in Operations Research, and a Master’s of Science Change Agent Skills and Strategies at the University of Surrey. Nic’s career includes being the founder Centre for Well-being at New Economics Foundation, being the CEO & Founder of Happiness Works and Friday Pulse.  

Nic talks about: 

  • Creating simple ways of improving wellbeing. 
  • Why statistics is his sword. 
  • Data keeps me honest, as long as I ask the questions and listen to the data. 
  • Feeling lost because he thought he would take over the family confectionary business. 
  • Was dismissive how important money was at the beginning to happiness. 
  • Understanding that he had something to contribute. 
  • Quality of Life indicator in 1994 with Tim Jackson and Manfred. 
  • Jacinda Ardern’s policy manifesto is on wellbeing. 
  • Physical activity is the fastest way out of a bad mood. 
  • Be engaged with the world in the moment. 
  • How remote working is shifting our happiness and why hybrid will become the norm. 
  • Feeling fast and thinking slow. 
  • Drivers of positive workplaces and cultures. 
  • How do you get the right data to the right people at the right time 
  • Statistics are where you are and using questions to ask where you can go.  
  • Loving the rhythm of one foot in front of the other 
  • I don’t have ideas, ideas have me 

Tweets 

“I don’t have ideas, ideas have me.” Feeling fast and thinking slow with Nic Marks on the Inspiring Great leaders Podcast. 

“Good lives do not have to cost the earth.” Nic Marks talks about the Happy Planet Index, on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.  

“A great life is not only one you are contributing to; it is one that you also enjoy.” Talking about happiness with Nic Marks on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast. 

Resources Mentioned in this show: 

Nic Marks www.nicmarks.org 
Nic Marks Twitter 
Nic Marks LinkedIn 
Friday Pulse www.fridaypulse.com 
Friday One www.fridayone.com  
Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com 
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au 
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com 
Craig Johns LinkedIn 

Recommended Viewing: 

Happy Planet Index TED talk Nic Marks: The Happy Planet Index 

 

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #161 Dr Jo Brown Performance State Of Mind

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #161 Dr Jo Brown Performance State Of Mind

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #161 Dr Jo Brown Performance State Of Mind

PERFORMANCE STATE OF MIND

On this episode of the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Dr Jo Brown about performance state of mind, high performance, power of belief and holding space, Cool Runnings and being unstoppable.  

We also delve into what separates the great athletes from the other elite high performers, driven by giving back, having an exit strategy, dealing with doubt, selecting the people around you and internal moments of precision.  

Dr Jo Brown – Performance State Of Mind 

Dr Jo Brown lives and breathes high performance, is a Performance Coach & Consultant and Sports Physiotherapist, knows what goes on in elite performers minds and thrives on the power of self-belief. Her natural genius is in helping people find the right performance state especially just before they are about to go out and perform.  

She is the founder of Purpose2perform, The Sports Physico and Performance State with over 20 years’ experience working with elite athletes such as Jamaican Olympic sprinter Yohan Blake, the Australian Beach Volleyball team, Grand Slam tennis players, the Australian Swimming team and even the Jamaican Bobsled team.  

Jo talks about 

  • Are you going to react or respond in the moment?  
  • Wanting to be an Olympian. 
  • In built drive and self-belief. 
  • Not seeing cultural differences. 
  • What separates the great athletes from the other elite high performers. 
  • Relentless without being ruthless and reckless. 
  • Performance state of mind.
  • True high performers can do it more than once. 
  • Humans first, Olympians second.  
  • Have greater belief than the fear itself. 
  • Different capacity to control their own internal pressure switches. 
  • Instinct is a result of the work you have done before.  
  • True high performers have an exit strategy 
  • Helping athletes through the transition out of sport. 
  • Quarantine. 
  • Doing everything it takes for the team to succeed. 
  • Taking the jump to be full focused in high performance 
  • Nelson Christian Stokes “The Real Cool Runnings story” 
  • Performance is a choice, dream big and then take a first step 

Tweets 

“How do you walk away from being great for a chance at being unstoppable?”.  Talking with Dr Jo Brown about Performance State of Mind, on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.  

“Absolute clarity around who they are, who they want to interact with, what they want to achieve and they are just unstoppable in the pursuit of that. So meticulous in the process and planning. Capacity to execute no matter what happens. They tend to be very good at picking the people around them. The people in their corner.” Dr Jo Brown discusses a high performer, on the Inspiring Great leaders Podcast.  

Resources Mentioned in this show: 
Dr Jo Brown Linkedin 
Dr Jo Brown Instagram 
The Sports Physi-Co www.thesportsphysico.com.au 
Purpose2Perform www.purpose2perform.com  
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com 
Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au 
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com 
Craig Johns LinkedIn 

Recommended Listening: 

Purpose2Perform Podcast 

 

 

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #160 David Kidder New To Big Igniting Growth

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #160 David Kidder New To Big Igniting Growth

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #160 David Kidder New To Big Igniting Growth

NEW TO BIG IGNITING GROWTH

On this episode of the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with David Kidder about New To Big igniting growth, finding your proprietary gift, the interior life of leaders, 3 jobs of a Founder, and venture investing entrepreneurship. 

We also delve into creating an idea killing machine, the only way to go faster is to do less work, not being a well-rounded person, breaking the addiction of always being right, enabling permission and how did you bet your life? 

David Kidder – Igniting Growth New To Big 

David Kidder is an experienced entrepreneur and an angel investor in over 40 companies, co-founder and CEO of Bionic, growth transformation and innovation expert, and best-selling author of New To Big. He is an pioneer, an early angel investor in SpaceX and Airbnb, ignites growth revolutions and loves helping people build a permanent ladder to the moon.  

He has a BA in Industrial Design from the Rochester Institute of technology, received ID Magazine’s International Design Award, and was the Ernst and Young’s Entrepreneur of the Year Award in 2008. As an entrepreneur and businessman, he has co-founded Net-X, SmartRay Network, Renaissance Integrated Solutions, All Option Return, and Clickable.  As a New York Times best-selling author, David has produced The Intellectual Devotional Book Series, The Startup Playbook and most recently New To Big. 

David talks about 

  • Apple computers inspiring an interest in what’s inside. 
  • Having the space that allows people to consider things. 
  • Business-building vs company-building. 
  • Finding your proprietary gift. 
  • Clickable solving skill friction across platforms. 
  • 5 critical lens to view the world through before you bet your life on something. 
  • The company is a direct reflection of the CEO.  
  • How far are you willing to go? 
  • Having high conviction and non-consensus. 
  • Bionic unlocking new growth and competitiveness. 
  • What the CEO believes is possible, will limit what the company will do. 
  • Working in the science of experimentation. 
  • Thinking about growth mindset as lenses. 
  • Creating value that helps customers stay in a problem with you for several years. 
  • Your gift is your mind, when you decide.  

Tweets 

“This isn’t about a one-off innovation moonshot. It’s about building a permanent ladder to the moon.” Discussing innovation with David Kidder on the Inspiring Great leaders Podcast.  

“You can’t live or lead through a lens of fear if you want to create growth.” Having a growth mindset with David Kidder on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.  

“When your daily actions are in concert with your higher beliefs, you have a credible claim to inner peace.” Talking with David Kidder on the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast.  

Resources Mentioned in this show: 
David Kidder www.davidskidder.com
David Kidder Linkedin 
David Kidder Twitter
David Kidder Instagram
On Bionic www.onbionic.com 
Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com 
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au 
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com 
Craig Johns LinkedIn  

Recommended Reading: 

New To Big Book www.newtobig.com  

 

 

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast Jessica Kiely Craig Johns High performance Leadership

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #159 Jessica Kiely Building A Human Connection

BUILDING A HUMAN CONNECTION

On this episode of the Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Jessica Kiely about building a human connection, having an entrepreneurial mindset, shifting a perspective and a relentless pursuit of excellence.

We also delve into being part of the Speakers Institute Corporate team, a love of teaching and learning, the Natural Perfume Collective, and having close relationships with a highly successful and driven entrepreneur.  

Jessica Kiely – Building A Human Connection

She has a brilliant mind for entrepreneurship, is a specialist in non-verbal communication for influence, an engaging speaker and facilitator with over 20 year’s experience with Fortune 500 companies, co-author of Amazon best-seller Business Woman, and the founder of the Natural Perfume Collective.  

 It’s a privilege to introduce to you an inspirational leader who is known for her vivacious energy, heart-centred approach, solving challenging puzzles, being a super connector and nurturing rising talent, Jessica Kiely. 

Jessica talks about

  • Having an entrepreneurial mindset.
  • The Responsibility that sits on your shoulders.
  • Building a mastery in teaching and facilitating.
  • Learning a start-up mentality from her dad.
  • Interested in shifted a perspective and way of thinking.
  • Being an investigator.
  • Having lots of plates spinning. 
  • Relentless pursuit of excellence.
  • Close relationships with a highly successful and driven entrepreneur.  
  • Adapting to being online and how to build the human communication.
  • Pauline Nguyen as an inspiring great leader. 
  • Responding to divorce and rethinking everything.
  • Natural Perfume Collection. 
  • Quantum and time.

Lean into Inspiring Great Leaders

Jessica Kiely LinkedIn
Jessica Kiely Instagram
Jessica Kiely Facebook  
Natural Perfume Collective www.naturalperfumeco.com 
Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com 
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au 
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com 
Craig Johns LinkedIn  

RESOURCES 

Business Woman Book

 

 

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast with Craig Johns

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast #158 Becoming Inspiring Great Leaders

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast with Craig Johns

Inspiring Great Leaders

Over the past 3 years the active CEO Podcast has delivered 158 episodes from Inspiring Great Leaders. Conversations with Olympic gold medalists, supermodels, Fortune 500 executives and successful entrepreneurs. There were also World class coaches, global thought leaders and ordinary everyday people who achieve extraordinary things. 

What we realised is that they were all Inspiring Great Leaders. So we have decided to take the brave move to rebrand from active CEO Podcast to Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast. The focus has naturally shifted from Shift from workplace performance and productivity to human performance and connection through inspiring great leaders.

So what is Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast all about?

  • How do you get 10,000 people to take a step to the left?  
  • What behind the relentless mindset of a world champion?  
  • Why do teams of exceptional talent fail?  
  • How do you manage the pressure to perform?  

These are just some of the questions we will attempt to answer as we bring you world leaders, curious minds, exceptional talent, successful CEO’s and incredible human beings who know how to inspire great leaders and are inspiring great leaders themselves. 

In todays episode we decided to bring you a few highlights from the past 3 years. For anyone who knows Craig Johns well, you know he leans into diversity, the different thoughts, ideas, backgrounds and experiences people bring to the world.

You will hear from:

  1. Julie Masters (Inside Influence – Founder and Podcast Host)
  2. Chris McCormack (Mana Group – 4x World Triathlon Champion)
  3. Ellen Derrick (Deloitte – Managing Partner Consulting)
  4. Christian Boucousis (Afterburner Australia – Facilitator and Former Airforce Pilot)
  5. Ciara Lancaster (Reimagine Change
  6. Azran Osman Rani (Former Air Asia X CEO – 30 Days & 30 Years)
  7. Lisa Tamati (UltraRunner & Coach – Pushing The Limits Author)
  8. Minter Dial (Minter Dialogue Podcast Host – Former L’Oreal Executive)
  9. Michelle Gibbings (Change Meridian – Bad Boss Author)
  10. Scott Leggo (Award-Winning Photographer – Former Airforce Strategist)
  11. Yamini Naidu (Story mastery – Storyteller & Business story mastery)
  12. Sasa Sestic (ONA Coffee Founder – 2015 World Barista Champion)
  13. Major Cheryl Pearce (United Nations – Forces Commander United Nations Peacekeeping Force)
  14. Brian Sands (Author of Stop The Bleeding – Sentiment founder)
  15. Jenny Wylie (CEO Netball New Zealand – Shifting the game)
  16. Arash Arabi (Sprint Agile – World Taekwondo Champion)
  17. Sandhya Shetty (Supermodel, actor, TV presenter, speaker and Commonwealth Karate Champion)
  18. Luis Gonzales (Intercultural Competency – Former Microsoft, Marriott & Ritz-Carlton)

Lean into Inspiring Great Leaders

Inspiring Great Leaders Podcast
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com 
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au 
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com 
Craig Johns LinkedIn  

active CEO Podcast Eric Partaker The 3 Alarms To Peak Performance

active CEO Podcast #157 Eric Partaker 3 Alarms To Peak Performance

active CEO Podcast Eric Partaker The 3 Alarms To Peak Performance

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Eric Partaker about the 3 Alarms to peak performance, having a heart attack mid-flight, solving the world’s biggest problem and only 2% of people reach their full potential. 

We also discuss drive, a lack of adherence, stepping through the fear door, going the extra mile in getting a role at McKinsey, Skype being sold for US$4 Billion, and what would a 100 pound burrito taste and look like at Chilango. 

Eric Partaker – 3 Alarms To Peak Performance  

Eric is a Peak Performance CEO Coach, former Skype Leader and McKinsey & Co consultant, Chilango Co-Founder and author of The 3 Alarms. A guest judge on the apprentice, Eric is a motivational speaker, a CEO of the Year, and has been described as one of Britain’s most disruptive entrepreneurs by The Telegraph. 

He studied philosophy, History and Literature from KU Leuven, has a Bachelor of Applied Science in Finance from the University of Illinois, is a certified High Performance Institute Coach and has served an apprenticeship under Stanford University Behaviour Design Lab Professor BJ Foggs  His career has included being a consultant at McKinsey & Company, Head of Business Development Global eCommerce at Skype, Co-Founder and CEO of Chilango, Chairperson of the Supper Club and member of the Young Presidents Organisation.  

Eric talks about 

  • Consulting, scaling up skype, starting a restaurant and peak performance. 
  • Only 2% of people reach their full potential. 
  • Having a lot of drive and the constant pursuit. 
  • Working 100-hour weeks & having a heart attack while mid-flight, while working at Mckinsey. 
  • How can I perform at a high level without sacrificing my own life and relationships? 
  • Strategically line up a job at McKinsey and the biggest lesson learnt. 
  • Realising Skype was going to be massive and determining where the gaps were. 
  • Hiring two chefs who worked at the top two restaurants in the world. 
  • What stops people fulfilling their potential. 
  • Professional versus an amateur. 
  • Using intentionality with The 3 Alarms. 
  • “If you don’t have anything to aim for, you have nothing to measure against.” 
  • Identity, productivity and antifragility. 
  • The Fear Door. 
  • The Peak Performance Masters Program.  

Tweets 

“What if I could solve the world’s biggest problem? Because of 98% of people are leaving something on the table, then too me it must be the world’s biggest problem.” Talking about peak performance with Eric Partaker, on the active CEO Podcast 

“Just step through the fear door and there is infinite potential on the other side.” Overcoming our own mental barriers with Eric Partaker, on the active CEO Podcast. 

“Recognise that we are already antifragile physically, we just need to bring that up into our heads mentally. Life becomes one big training camp. It’s a mental gym.” Eric Partaker talks about antifragility and The 3 Alarms, on the active CEO Podcast. 

Resources Mentioned in this show: 
 

Eric Partaker www.ericpartaker.com  
Eric Partaker Facebook
Eric Partaker Instagram 
Eric Partaker Youtube  
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com 
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au 
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com 
Craig Johns LinkedIn  

Recommended Reading: 

The 3 Alarms Book Eric Partaker  

active CEO podcast 156 Teresa Newton Terres Life Is A Treasure Hunt

active CEO Podcast #156 Teresa Newton-Terres Life Is A Treasure Hunt

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Teresa Newton-Terres about life is a treasure hunt, uncovering the classified government black project of how her father disappeared, Mystery Of The Marie and don’t waste your time on projects that don’t matter.

We also talk about the importance of qualifying questions, the art and science of project management, a 50-year journey that led to the Marie Project initiative, and how do you measure relationships.

Teresa Newton-Terres – Life Is A Treasure Hunt

Teresa is the author of a hot aerospace cold case story, the Mystery of Marie, Project Management leader and speaker on life is a treasure hunt. An exceptional lady, who has spent almost 50 years unearthing what happened to her dad, when he went missing as she was only 2 years old, recipient of highly regarded Project Management Institute Awards, and feels most alive when she is by the ocean, in view of a river, in the mountains or on a golf course.

She studied Commercial Arts at California Polytechnic State University-San Luis Obispo, Fine and Studio Arts Management at Principia College, and is a qualified Project Management Professional. Her career includes being a Student Advisor and Program manager at University of California Santa Barbara, Project Associate at National Coalition for Advanced Manufacturing, Global Training & Client Service Team at ExecuTrain Corporation and has been the Founder and CEO of Project TNT since 2003.

Teresa talks about:

  • Losing father in a shipwreck when she was 2 years old.
  • Helping promising students.
  • Falling in love with a soldier.
  • The importance of skills being transferable.
  • Don’t waste your time on projects that don’t matter.
  • True art of project management.
  • Receiving the scrapbook of her dad from her grandmother.
  • Never-ending why and what happened when her father disappeared.
  • How to do a simple interview for a simple story.
  • Life is a treasure hunt.
  • Her passion is project management for the business of life.

Tweets

“Don’t waste your time on projects that don’t matter.” Discussing project management with Teresa Newton-Terres, on the active CEO Podcast.

“Flowcharts not Software manages people.” Managing people effectively with Teresa Newton-Terres, on the active CEO Podcast.

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Mystery Of The Marie www.mysteryofthemarie.com
Teresa Newton-Terres LinkedIn
Teresa Newton-Terres Facebook
Teresa Newton-Terres Instagram
Teresa Newton-Terres Twitter
Project TNT www.project-tnt.com
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com
Craig Johns LinkedIn

Recommended Reading:

Mystery Of The Marie Book

active CEO Podcast #152 Petia Kolibova It All Starts With You

active CEO Podcast #152 Petia Kolibova It All Starts With You

active CEO Podcast #152 Petia Kolibova It All Starts With You

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Petia Kolibova about it all starts with you, being unapologetically abundant, and being 100% unshakeable you.

Your energy is louder than words, overcoming your limiting beliefs, how can people live in love and your enlightenment will light up other people’s souls.

Petia Kolibova – It All Starts With You

Petia is a confidence and transformational coach, meditation teacher, fitness trainer and host of the Unapologetically Abundant podcast. The CEO of Unapologetically Abundant, Petia knows that a money mindset matters, has overcome 18 years with an eating disorder and is passionate about pairing feminine flow with strategic planning to help people to turn a side hustle into a business

She has an Associates Degree in Business Administration and Management from the College of Southern Nevada, Bachelors degree in Marketing and Management from Western Governors University and an MBA in Business, Management and Marketing from Western Governors University. Her career has included being a Business Development Manager at Saleyla. She is the founder of PK Media Solutions, Be Strong Minded and Unapologetically Abundant.

Petia talks about

  • Who am I and why am I here?
  • Her fascination with human psychology.
  • Travelling the world opens up many doors.
  • Overcoming eating disorder, depression and suicidal thoughts.
  • It all starts with you.
  • The power of Human Design.
  • What our parents and grandparents can teach us.
  • If you go deep enough you will see the truth.
  • If it doesn’t feel right, it probably isn’t right.
  • Started to work on the side with a side hustle.
  • From struggling, hustling and working hard to working 3 days a week.
  • Being unapologetically yourself

Tweets

“Started to reprogram my mind with what do I want, instead of what doesn’t feel good.” Shifting your beliefs with Petia Kolibova, on the active CEO Podcast.

“If nothing ever changes in your life, are you going to be ok with that?” Petia Kolibova talks about being unapologetically abundant, on the active CEO Podcast.

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Petia Kolibova www.petiakolibova.com
Petia Kolibova Instagram
Petia Kolibova Facebook
Petia Kolibova LinkedIn
Unapologetically Abundant Women Facebook
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com
Craig Johns LinkedIn

Recommended Reading:

Unapologetically Abundant Podcast

active CEO Podcast 150 Liz Goddard Future Of Fractional Teams

active CEO Podcast #150 Liz Goddard Future Of Fractional Teams

active CEO Podcast 150 Liz Goddard Future Of Fractional Teams

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Liz Goddard about the future of fractional teams, helping small businesses scale, inheriting her family business as a teenager and the biggest problems CEO’s have.

We also delve in fitting small businesses with flexible teams, how to increase the success of new hires, building expert remote teams and living with intention.

Liz Goddard – Future Of Fractional Teams

Liz is an exceptional leader who grew up in a world of entrepreneurial ventures, lost her first business in the 2008 recession, thrived as a Director of Human Resources and has a passion for helping small businesses scale through her remote fractional staffing company, Bosun. She is an innovative entrepreneur who helps small businesses remain nimble and profitable in any economy, is an expert on fractional remote teams and is leading one of the fastest growing Fintech companies in Atlanta

Her education includes a Bachelors Degree from Western Kentucky University, and she inherited her first business at 19 years old and was the Director of HR at Priority Payment Systems, prior to founding Bosun Solutions with her best friend Nicole.

Liz talks about

  • Taking over family business at 18 years old.
  • Lost her first business during the recession.
  • The challenge of letting people go.
  • Future of fractional teams.
  • Hiring people is not about the resume.
  • What would our dads need if we had this business.
  • How do we make this business recession proof.
  • Fitting small businesses with flexible teams.
  • Confidence in your pricing and now your value.
  • Focus on deliverables and owning processes.
  • Fractional teams is the future of small businesses.
  • Living with purpose and being very intentional.

Tweets

“Its not being needed, honestly speaks to your leadership, more than a team that constantly feeling like you are the person with the answers.” Liz Goddard speaks about true leadership, on the active CEO Podcast.

“Biggest problem that CEO’s have is they think they are the only people who can do it.” Why many small businesses fail to scale with Liz Goddard, on the active CEO Podcast.

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Liz Goddard LinkedIn
Bosun Solutions www.bosunsolutions.com
Bosun Solutions Facebook https://www.facebook.com/bosunsolutions/
Bosun Solutions Instagram
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com
Craig Johns LinkedIn

Recommended Reading:

Make a Difference Book

active CEO Podcast #149 Jaemin Frazer Unhindered Leadership Craig Johns

active CEO Podcast #149 Jaemin Frazer Unhindered Leadership

active CEO Podcast #149 Jaemin Frazer Unhindered Leadership Craig Johns

On this episode of the active CEO Podcast, Craig Johns speaks with Jaemin Frazer unhindered leadership, the impact of overcoming insecurities on performance and the 7 essential practices of overcoming insecurities.

We also dive into removing empathy as a coach, trust the process, what we can learn from Jacinda Ardern as a secure leader and the impact Tim Ferriss has had on his approach to life.

Jaemin Frazer – Unhindered Leadership

Jaemin is the Author of Unhindered, TEDx speaker, former church pastor turned life coach and founder of the Insecurity Project. He loves helping entrepreneurs, leaders and business owners solve their insecurity problem, the voice behind the “One Minute Coach” radio segment in Australia, and host of the Insecurity Project Podcast.

His education includes a Bachelor of Theology  from ACOM, Bachelor of Theology and Post Grad Certificate in Leadership from the University of Sydney and has a Diploma of Life Coaching from The Coaching Institute. Jaemin’s career has included being a senior partner in Frazer Holmes Coaching and is currently the owner of Jaemin Frazer and Associates and The Insecurity Project.

Jaemin talks about

  • Insecurity to uncover a life of working with people to uncover their insecurities.
  • Observing people and a curiosity about why they were falling back into their safe space.
  • The great challenge of every coach is not to confuse the world about who the hero is.
  • Why we need to know that we matter.
  • How can people identify their root cause of insecurity?
  • Why children are sense-making creatures.
  • Show your children that you yourself have found your own insecurities and overcome them.
  • The Insecurity project podcast.
  • Unhindered Leadership.
  • The 7 essential practices of overcoming insecurities.
  • Trust the process, the way out of fear is into a framework or a process.
  • Insecurity is just another problem is something that has already been solved.
  • Why former US President Donald Trump is an insecure leadership.
  • “You need less than you think you do.”

Tweets

“Imagine you are having a conversation with someone who is telling a sad story and then you start feeling emotion hearing their sad story.  Where is your attention at that moment?” Talking about Unhindered leadership with Jaemin Frazer, on the active CEO Podcast.

“If I am getting emotion while listening to their story, I have lost the space I need to be in as a coach.” Why you need to remove empathy while coaching someone with Jaemin Frazer, on the active CEO Podcast.

Resources Mentioned in this show:

Jaemin Frazer www.jaeminfrazer.com
Unhindered www.unhinderedbook.com
Jaemin Frazer LinkedIn
Jaemin Frazer Facebook
Jaemin Frazer Instagram
Jaemin Frazer Twitter
Jaemin Frazer Youtube
The Insecurity Project Podcast
Speakers Institute Corporate www.speakersinstitutecorporate.com
Craig Johns www.craigjohns.com.au
Craig Johns craig@nrg2perform.com
Craig Johns LinkedIn

Recommended Reading:

Unhindered Jaemin Frazer

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#145 – LEGACY Your Mark On The World Link
#144 – Bo Brabo (Bo & Luke Show Podcast) White House Leadership Values Link
#143 – Vulnerable Open Honest COMMUNICATION Link
#142 – Penny Locaso (Hacking Happy) Hacking Happiness Link
#141 – IMPACT Through Clear Outcomes Link
#140 – Dr Amir Rashidian (Mid Atlantic Chiropractor) The Stressproof Life Link

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