It’s time to say goodbye (to wrong-fit team members).
A listener’s guide to teamwork wisdom.
In order to shift your behavior, shift your mindset first. If you’re not seeing the results you want, stop for a moment to think about your thinking. This is the way to make a higher level of personal and professional growth your new normal. It isn’t easy, and it takes courage, but it can spark[…]
In this episode, Shannon talks with Jerry Lujan in depth about The WHY Institute’s new “WHY.os” profile, which helps you understand what motivates you at your core so you can better filter opportunities and consistently show up as your best self. Learn more about The WHY Institute.
You hire someone who’s smart, interesting, presents beautifully … then doesn’t produce the results you expected. What’s going on? In this episode, Shannon shows how entrepreneurs and their team members can go beyond a mere intellectual understanding of a role to engage the team member’s emotions and mindset, so they can connect personally with the[…]
In some ways, Mark Fujiwara and Justin Breen couldn’t be less alike, and this makes for a perfect collaborative partnership. (Together, they’ve built a network that helps other entrepreneurs establish connections like theirs.) Listen in as Shannon walks them through a range of profiles that explain why their differing talents and shared values line up[…]
When someone leaves your company, that’s it, right? Once they’re out the door, the relationship’s over. Or is it? In this episode, Shannon talks about the advantage of keeping an abundance mindset and remembering that, as Dan Sullivan says, “People do things for their reasons, not for your reasons.” She explains how handling endings graciously[…]
Serial entrepreneur Dan Rogers knows his place: the future. Whether he’s a week, a month, or a year ahead in creating the vision of an organization, he knows he needs collaborative partners to send insights back to—people with the talents and perspectives to make his ideas real in the present. In this episode, Shannon and[…]
“Distributed work” and “work-from-home” have turned our lives into an endless game of attention span Whack-A-Mole. So in this episode, Shannon explains why it’s so important to take charge of your own time and attention—giving yourself protected periods to think, to produce, and to unwind. She walks you through Strategic Coach’s Entrepreneurial Time System and[…]
Many entrepreneurs agonize over hiring an executive assistant and put it off as long as they can, despite knowing that their growth and freedom depend on it. That’s where Ryan Cassin and Steven Neuner’s company Superpowers (superpowershq.com) comes to the rescue, custom matching successful entrepreneurs with the right work-from-home, U.S.-based executive assistant. In this episode,[…]
In The Strategic Coach® Program, entrepreneurs discover that they have a lot more freedom than they’d imagined. But that’s true for the team members in an entrepreneurial business too. In this episode, Shannon describes “The Four Freedoms” that are the key to finding and keeping really great people.
Jaime Taets defines a positive company culture as a place where people leave every day better than when they came in—and she has the measurements and tools to help businesses create that culture. Hear how she fosters leadership and the other L-word (yes, love) to inspire loyalty and stellar results at a time when millions[…]