In this episode, Amanda continues looking at strategies that can help us feel a greater sense of stability during crazy seasons of life. Today she’s focusing on finding reason and how we can leverage it to be more purposeful in our actions.
Note: MJST content is for educational and informational purposes only. This is not a replacement for medical, nutritional or mental health advice. Please seek help from a...
Life feels really unstable right now – almost like you’re on a ship being tossed around in the storm, just wishing you had something to hold onto. Over the next few episodes, Amanda’s digging into ways we can create that sense of stability we desire. First up? Creating a new rhythm for life. She shares:
Are we living in crazy times right now or what?! In this episode, Amanda is sharing three reflection questions she’s using to process all the feelings. That includes:
Like “scoreless” in sports, “profitless” in business, “emotionless” in relationships and “directionless” in life.
It’s the feeling, despite planning and goal-setting, that we’re not getting the results we’re looking for, not making progress. It’s the recurring thought, “I’m not accomplishing anything.” Sure, we’re moving through our days. We wake up, drink our coffee, eat breakfast,...
Just like in nature, life and business have seasons. When seasons change, it can be easy to feel overwhelmed by the new dynamics we’re operating within. In this episode, Mark is sharing his approach to managing the overwhelm of seasonal change, including:
The world has flipped upside down. And, yet, in these times of real uncertainty, we’re being called to leadership – for ourselves, our families, our organizations and our communities. In this week’s episode, Mark Jewell is talking about what we can all do to not just survive but eventually thrive in this new environment. That includes:
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be in the room during one of Mark Jewell’s keynote addresses? Now’s your chance! In this week’s episode, you get to go behind the scenes of Mark’s presentation of “Survival is Dead!” to discover:
If you’ve found yourself browsing leadership or personal development books in the past year or so, you may have noticed some common themes popping up – breaking barriers, overcoming adversity, communicating effectively…and vulnerability. While all of these concepts deserve a deep dive, I’ve found vulnerability to be a particularly interesting topic of conversation – in MJST live events, coaching calls, or even just in my day-to-day conversations with...
Over the last few episodes, we’ve been highlighting different ways to build better relationships with your employees in order to create safer, more trust-filled, more effective workplaces. This episode adds to that series with a “how-to” of sorts. One trap leaders can fall into is assuming and giving direction, rather than asking good questions and uncovering possibility. For today’s discussion, MarkSteven and Amanda sit down to talk about:
There are so many people in the #thrivetoday community that we’re grateful for and there’s no doubt – Nate Fairbanks is one of them. In this episode, MJST coaches Wade Johannes and Jon Anderson sit down with Nate as he shares his personal journey for the first time on a public platform. He opens up about: