The Accountability Call
In these unprecedented times, what opportunities can we find, and what lessons can we learn?
Jon and Chris talk about the idea of leaving things behind. When you walk into a different room where you are going to interact with people, use the doorway as a reminder to leave your baggage on this side of the door.
Jon shares his thoughts on turning 50! Jon then agrees to be Chris's client for a Life-Coach Session. Jon opens up about his lack of focus and they come up with some action steps to help.
We are back behind the mics after a Summer hiatus! Jon shares the emotional experience of his oldest son heading off to college. We also talk about the success story of Lil Nas X. And we announce some developments in the podcast. We hope you enjoy!
This week we discuss the legend of Jim Croce; leaders and parents getting buy-in through empowerment; and the idea that resistance is quite the negative persistence. #JimCroce #KenBlanchard #Leadership
After getting Rick Rolled, we share a listener’s thoughts on staying focused. It’s definitely easier to stay focused on something interesting, engaging, and challenging, but what happens when a task meets none of those criteria?
After paying homage to one of the greatest television shows ever, we talk The Avengers and birthdays. While talking about birthdays, we pivot and think about the birthdays of those we’ve lost over the years.
After getting physical with a little Olivia Newton John, and mixing up our baseball movie villains, we share our tried and true fitness motivation strategies. As always, we hope you enjoy!
We start things off by paying tribute to Will Ferrell’s memorable commencement speech at USC in 2017. We then talk about 7-year itches. It’s been said that our bodies essentially regenerate every seven years.
During our discussion about the greatness of Van Halen and the roller coaster ride of parenting, we realize that Jon is coming up on the big 5-Oh! We talk about looking back, looking forward, and being grateful for everything we get to do. As always,