In this episode of Bookworm, Joe and I come to grips with the fact that we can’t do it all – at least not every day. Join us as we challenge the unrealistic burden of being balanced and learn what it means to be well-lopsided instead.
In this episode of Bookworm, Joe & I learn tactical empathy from a former FBI hostage negotiator. Lots of crazy stories in this one. If you want to develop your communication skills in hopes of getting more of what you want out of life, give this one a listen.
In this episode of Bookworm, Joe & I go back and fix a few of the ratings that don’t seem quite right. I also test Joe knowledge recall with some impromptu Bookworm trivia.
In this episode of Bookworm, Joe & I cover another Patrick Lencioni leadership fable. We consider the responsibility of leadership, take a look at the five omissions of reward-centered leaders, and consider why they want to be leaders in the first place.
In this episode of Bookworm, Joe & I look at Reclaiming Conversation by Sherry Turkle. In our digital age, it’s easy to stay connected. Emails, text messages, and social media allow us to share snippets of our lives with others- without really having to look, listen, or reveal ourselves. Today’s author argues that we have lost the art of conversation, and makes the case that now, more than ever, is the time to get it back.
Do you ever find yourself reacting to something, then immediately saying something like, “I can’t believe I just did that?” It may not be your fault – at least, not entirely. Join Joe & I as we take a look at the triggers in our own environments and consider how to overcome them – without doing or saying something that we’ll later regret.
The rise of the Extroverted Ideal has led to a world that can’t stop talking. But where does that leave you if you find groups exhausting or prefer to work alone? In this episode, Joe & I unpack the soft power that introverts possess. Click here if, like me, you are an introverted bookworm (or know someone who is).
We can’t control everything that happens to us, but how might our lives look different if we assumed ownership for them anyway? That’s the topic Joe & I examine in this episode. Click here to find out why “responsibility” is not a dirty word..
Our environment shapes our thoughts and actions in myriad ways, without our permission or even our knowledge. In today’s episode, Joe & I discover the subtle but substantial ways in which outside forces influence our everyday behavior. Click here to hear me get pretty fired up.