In this episode of Bookworm, Joe & I consider the creative process, getting unstuck, and finding the courage to share our own creative work.
What drives us to unleash our best work? And how do we tap into that drive to get superior results? Today’s author explains how understanding our own motivational themes can help us have conversations, make decisions, and even choose better career paths. Join Joe & I as we attempt to understand what really makes us tick.
Today’s authors argue that our modern culture is rewiring our brains and damaging our health. But today’s book promises to give us the tools we need to think more clearly, make better decisions, strengthen bonds with others, and develop healthier habits. Join Joe & Mike as they attempt to overcome the mental hijacking that can so easily undermines each and every one of us.
In this episode of Bookworm, Joe & I consider the standard idea of success to see if it’s possible to shrink the workweek without sacrificing productivity. Join us as we explore the design thinking process in an effort to redesign our workdays.
In this episode of Bookworm, author Joshua Becker takes us on a decluttering tour of our own houses and apartments, showing us how to decide what to get rid of and what to keep. Join Joe & I as we attempt to transform our homes into launching pads for a more fulfilling (and productive) life.
In this episode of Bookworm, Joe & I consider what it means to be a multipotentialite. Join us as we try to figure out what we want to be when we grow up.
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.