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Do you make mistakes at work and in business? Of course. We all do. But do we learn from them? Listen and you'll hear executives, entrepreneurs, and other interesting people discuss their “favorite mistakes” and what they learned, including how to prevent making the same mistakes again. Or, how to turn apparent mistakes into positives. We discuss how to create a culture where it's safe to talk about mistakes – this leads to continuous improvement, instead of blaming and shaming others or bea ...
 
An inspiring and educational podcast, graciously supported by the NCAFP, for and about Family Physicians. Each month, Dr Thomas White (moderator) and Dr Lee Beatty (producer and sound engineer), both seasoned North Carolina Family Physicians, will interview renowned colleagues, and ask them to share the lessons they have learned in their career. Expect to be moved, and enlightened, by their wisdom.
 
"Experience is a master teacher, even when it's not our own." Welcome to Lessons Learned where our goal is to offer you insightful lessons that can help improve your life. We strive to produce concise, quality content that is appropriate for all. Tune in weekly and PLEASE don't be shy! Leave feedback with any thoughts or suggestions so we may improve our podcast for our beloved listeners!
 
Lessons Learned with Komal is a place to explore life's greatest lessons. The ones we've learned, and those we are still in the process of learning. Episodes are a mix of interviews and personal reflections from Komal. Lessons Learned is a space for you to chew on life's lessons, big and small, and hear from the people we admire most in the world.
 
Lessons from a lifetime in manufacturing. This program is not about "making parts." It's about the unique perspective you get on life when you work with your hands every day. The purpose of my program is to share the wisdom of others who are the backbone of the American Dream: The Blue-Collar guys and gals who "make the stuff" that we all use every single day. Hope you enjoy it. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/the-tool-and-die-guy/support
 
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The goal of this group is to Empower Project Managers, and people studying for the PMP test. Increase PM Knowledge Build Business Relationships Increase your effectiveness Increase your marketability Gain Professional Support We have Free Confcalls a month: 3rd Thurs: PM Best Practices - open to all! volunteers need to restart PM JOB SHOP, Weekly PMP Study Group
 
This podcast series is not theoretical. Rather, it is filled with practical pointers for any leader or manager at any stage of their career. My experience is that people in a leadership role benefit from solid ideas that help them evaluate their lives and careers. We all need encouragement, and we all need time to reflect on how we are doing and how we can improve.
 
Healing from Mental Illness is possible!!! I know, because I did it. I have fully healed from schizoaffective disorder after a ten-year long battle, and have been medication-free and living a normal life since June of 2013. If you or a loved one is struggling with schizoaffective disorder, schizophrenia, bipolar, depression, anxiety, or any other mental illness, there is hope!!! I am producing this podcast to accompany my new book, Healing Schizoaffective, to share the insights and wisdom th ...
 
Scott Brown is a 'recovering lawyer'Following years working in international law firms, Scott now runs Heriot Brown, a Legal Recruitment business. His extensive discussions with people across the legal profession have given him insight into what makes lawyers tick. Now, Scott shares those insights with you - to help you in your career. On each episode Scott invites guests to leave their egos at their door, share their professional successes and challenges, as well as the lessons they've lear ...
 
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Link Duarte discusses why we should "Strive for excellence, not perfection " That we need to "Live your bliss " and explains why you shouldn't "let your mistakes ruin what you could be: . Hosted by Diana White About Link Duarte “Link,” formally known as Chris Duarte, is committed to inspiring the world to be more inclusive of everyone. As the chair…
 
President of InQuasive, Inc., Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #192 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Michael Reddington, an expert forensic interviewer and the President of InQuasive, Inc., which provides businesses and leaders with the tools they need to improve their leadership by activating the truth in all…
 
Sometimes life hands you the unexpected. For the last episode of Season 2, I had a plan but then had to pivot. My life was hacked last week, and if you’ve ever experienced someone gaining access to your bank account, then you know that the nightmare keeps going, compounding itself with each new day. My planned guest also had life hand him the unexp…
 
In this episode of Lessons I Learned in Law Scott Brown speaks to Jonny Parker, Legal Counsel at what3words. Jonny trained at international law firm Taylor Wessing and is also the co-founder of a challenger beer brand - YABBA which launched in May 2021. Jonny shares some of the lessons he learned in law including: · The ‘right time’ might not be th…
 
In this month’s edition of The Family Doctor, guest host Dr. Lee Beatty talks with Dr. Charles Rhodes of Mount Pleasant North Carolina. Co-founder of the innovative Cabarrus Family Medicine residency training program, past president of the NCAFP, North Carolina Family Physician of the Year in 2009, president of an international missions organizatio…
 
Founder and CEO of NeuroHealth Partners, LLC. Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #191 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Julia DiGangi, the founder and CEO of NeuroHealth Partners, LLC. Dr. DiGangi holds a Ph.D. in psychology and has worked in the field of neuroscience. She has published extensively in the scienti…
 
After serving 21 years in the US Army, Deon Meyers retired and landed a supervisory role shortly thereafter at Raytheon. Within a year at his new company, he learned the facility was closing, and he would be transferred to a new location. Not willing to add a significant amount of time to his commute, Deon leaned back into LinkedIn and accepted a n…
 
Will Sarni discusses why we should "Do good things" That we need to "Learn to say No or Hell Yeah" and explains the power of unreasonable people. Hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee About Will Sarni Will Sarni is the founder and CEO of Water Foundry a water strategy consultancy. He is also the CEO of the The Future of Water Fund, a water technology venture…
 
Founder of GoPositiv Show notes, video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #190 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Don Sandel. He’s a former executive turned leadership coach and is the founder of GoPositiv. He’s been leading talent development efforts for small and large organizations for the last few decades and has transitioned those s…
 
On this week’s podcast, we celebrate our 100th episode by recapping some of the most common and important military transition lessons that our guest speakers have shared over the past 99 episodes. We welcome 7 previous guests on this episode to speak on a key issue they either talked about in their episode or have since focused on as their career h…
 
Finalist on The Apprentice UK Show notes, video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #189 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Sabrina Stocker, a tennis player turned entrepreneur, an international speaker, and a finalist for the BBC One show, The Apprentice. She’s founded multiple businesses, and she is now a publicist and the Founder of Tw…
 
In this episode of Lessons I Learned in Law Scott Brown speaks to Rob Chesnut. Rob retired last year after spending more than 5 years as General Counsel and Chief Ethics Officer at AirBnB. During that time he grew the legal team from 30 to over 150 legal professionals in 20 offices around the world. Rob is a graduate of Harvard Law School and the U…
 
Keith Rowe explains how "EQ Trumps IQ Every Time", that "There Is A Difference Between Leadership Versus Management" and tells us about "The New Business Opportunity - Customer Service". Hosted by Robert Hossary About Keith Rowe Having joined the workforce as a sixteen-year-old, Keith Rowe went on to become the Television and Electronic Technicians…
 
Keynote speaker, author, coach, and more Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #188 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Simon T. Bailey. He’s a keynote speaker, a success coach, an author, a television host, and philanthropist — he has worked with over 2,000 companies in 50 different countries. SUCCESS magazine calls …
 
After serving a career in security forces, Brian Arrington retired from the United States Air Force ready for a new challenge. Landing a role with Wells Fargo as a business consultant right after retirement, Brian’s successful transition is a testament to his hard work and determination. In 2019, Brian launched Vets2Industry, a non-profit dedicated…
 
Founder of Power Up Your Team Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #187 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Martina Kuhlmeyer, the Founder of Power Up Your Team — and she’s the host of a podcast with that same name. As Leadership Coach and Team Building Strategist, she is guiding CEOs and Founders in high-growth comp…
 
In this episode of Lessons I Learned in Law Scott Brown speaks Martin Nolan. As General Counsel at Skyscanner, Martin is responsible for Skyscanner’s Legal and Public & Regulatory Affairs teams and also acts as Company Secretary to Skyscanner’s group companies. Prior to moving in-house, Martin spent ten years working as a corporate lawyer in privat…
 
After serving 4 years in the US Army as an officer in the medical service corps, Dr. Destinee Prete transitioned to earn a doctorate in industrial and organizational (I/O) psychology, a field dedicated to finding data-backed solutions to human problems in work and other organizational settings. She has held various positions that have helped transi…
 
Ron Higgs tells us that "You can learn from anyone", that you should "Solve more problems than you create" and why we should "Embrace gratitude". Hosted by Diana White About Ron Higgs Ron Higgs is a veteran, executive business consultant, engineer, and published author. His career started in the US Navy and included combat flight operations, develo…
 
Professor, former business school dean, expert on mistake proofing Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #186 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is John Grout. He is the former dean of the Campbell School of Business at Berry College in Rome, Georgia. He’s the current Chair of the Technology, Entrepreneurship, and Data …
 
After a career in the US Coast Guard, Jason Heering retired from an overseas location which added an extra layer of complexity to his transition. Throughout his military career, he served in several positions related to facility and construction project management. As he weighed his options closer to retirement, Jason made the decision to accept a …
 
Dentist, author, podcaster, speaker, and more Episode page with video, transcript, links, and more My guest for Episode #185 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Dr. Monica Anderson, a.ka. Dr. mOe. She is a dentist… she is and does many things… including bestselling author, podcast host, dynamic “mOe-tivational” speaker, cancer survivor, and leade…
 
In this episode of Lessons I Learned in Law Scott Brown speaks to Mollie Stoker, who leads the legal team at Ocado Group as their Deputy Group General Counsel. She’s also held general counsel and other in house roles at DWF Group and Suntory Beverage and Food. Prior to moving in house, Mollie started her legal career at Slaughter and May and spent …
 
With a US Navy career spanning 21 years, including 9 years serving active duty and 12 years in the US Navy Reserve, Saquonna Duncan shares her transition story and lessons learned along the way. Saquonna served in different roles during her military career, and it was her position as a career counselor that inspired her to start Advancing by Bounds…
 
Baishakhi Connor explains how " It all starts with belief", why you should "Chase your dreams, but don’t become captive to them" and that "Things happen, it isn’t the end of the world" along with more great lessons. Hosted by Jeffery Wang About Baishakhi Connor When Baishakhi was 8, she wanted to be the President of the United States. Growing up in…
 
From dipping ice cream in his father's "drug store" as a teenager, to returning to his hometown of Hope Mills N.C. to practice, and then serving as President of the NCAFP, President of the AAFP, and finally as the Executive Vice-President and CEO of the AAFP, Dr Doug Henley shares his story with Dr Thomas White in this latest episode of The Family …
 
CEO of GreenPal Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #184 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Bryan Clayton. He is the Co-Founder and CEO of GreenPal, an online marketplace that connects homeowners with local lawn care professionals. GreenPal has been called the “Uber for lawn care” by Entrepreneur magazine and has o…
 
On this episode, James Felts shares his struggles and victories finding purpose, meaning and fulfilling work post-military. His career in the US Army encompassed time served as a national guardsman, reservist and active-duty officer. Having gone through 4 transitions, James shares his wisdom and lessons learned through the valleys and peaks of his …
 
Ellen Ruppel Shell tells us why you "Should rise above your assumptions", why we should "Question received wisdom" and " Don’t take business matters personally " hosted by Duff Watkins. About Ellen Ruppel Shell Ellen Ruppel Shell is an author, investigative journalist and Prof. of Journalism at Boston University where she co-directs the Graduate Pr…
 
Professor, author, and researcher on "self-compassion" My guest for Episode #183 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is psychologist Dr. Kristin Neff. Episode page with video, transcript, and more She is the author of the books Self-Compassion: The Proven Power of Being Kind to Yourself, and the 2021 follow up book — Fierce Self-Compassion: How Wome…
 
Scott reveals the result of your vote at the end of season 3 - which element of life in law have you chosen to confine to Room 101? Plus - A brand new series of Lessons I Learned in Law launches very soon. Presented by Scott Brown of Heriot Brown Legal Recruitment. Follow Heriot Brown: Twitter | LinkedIn | Facebook | Instagram…
 
When Adam Getz first joined the military, his plan was to finish his initial enlistment as an Army musician and separate. As his roles changed within the military, Adam decided to serve for 20 years with the goal of having a second career in the private sector. Adam earned an MBA, PMP and Lean Six Sigma Green Belt certifications to prepare him for …
 
Rachna Nath tells us why we " Should believe that destiny will lead us", why we "Shouldn't be afraid of failure" and that " If you believe in something, make it happen " hosted by Diana White. About Rachna Nath Rachna Nath is a TIME recognized Innovative teacher and is also an internationally recognized innovator, entrepreneur, NASA solar system Am…
 
Chairman and co-founder of Rice Cohen International Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #182 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Gene Rice, the Chairman and Co-Founder of Rice Cohen International. He's the co-author, with his daughter, of the book Grad to Grown-Up: 68 Tips to Excel in Your Personal and Professional …
 
After spending 20 years as a US Navy Flight Officer, David Nava was ready for a new challenge. He started preparing for his transition four years in advance with a goal of landing a role in project management. After earning his MBA, PMP, Lean Six Sigma Black Belt and Scrum Master certification, David realized he did not want to be a project manager…
 
Oliver Burkeman tells us how "The ability to tolerate minor discomfort is a superpower" why we should "Let things take the time they take" why it's important to "Seek enlargement rather than happiness " and more. Hosted by Duff Watkins. About Oliver Burkeman Oliver Burkeman is an award-winning British journalist who wrote a long-running weekly colu…
 
Strategic Leadership Expert Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #181 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Pamela Kellert. She helps female professionals in STEM sectors transition to senior management roles by learning strategic non-technical skills. Pamela is a seasoned Strategic Leadership Expert with over 16 year’…
 
This week, I will be leading you through a solo episode focused on career fair and networking event success strategies. Preparation before the event will give you confidence during the event and increase your chances of success after the event. Whether events are in person or virtual, my tips and tricks will set you up for success. Before the Event…
 
Alberto Esparza discusses why you should not be "Afraid to Fail", how "It's Never Personal" and why you should "Embrace Negativity" hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee About Alberto Esparza Alberto has served as the founder and president of Si Se Puede Foundation for 28 years. The mission of the Si Se Puede Foundation, it stands for "Yes, You Can" is to pr…
 
Host of the Business of Tech podcast, and owner of MSP Radio Episode page with video, transcript and more My guest for Episode #180 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Dave Sobel. He’s the host of the Business of Tech podcast, and owner of MSP Radio. Dave is regarded as a leading expert in the delivery of technology services, with broad experienc…
 
Amber Kulesza served 12 years in the Air Force and Air Force Reserves. Her transition was unexpected, and she wasn’t given much time to plan. Despite these challenges, she navigated through the transition with the help of a robust network and leveraging certifications to upskill. After working in human resources for the State of Florida, she took a…
 
Dr Helen Holton tells us why "Dreams deferred don't mean dreams denied", how "We're not born resilient; but we build it throughout our lives" and how "Forgiveness frees you to live stronger" hosted by Diana White. About Dr Helen Holton Dr. Helen Holton’s a recovering elected official after 21 years’ public service as a member of the Baltimore City …
 
Cofounder and owner of The Billions Institute, LLC Episode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #179 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Becky Margiotta. She is the author of the book, Impact with Integrity: Repairing the World Without Breaking Yourself, a cofounder and owner of The Billions Institute, LLC, and the host of t…
 
Travis Dotson talks with Brian Crowley about his experience during the entrapment and fire shelter deployment on the Bridger Foothills Fire in Montana in 2020. Brian offers some perspective, not only on surviving as options disappear, but also on supporting each other during the tough times. To read the Bridger Foothills Facilitated Learning Analys…
 
This month’s guest on the The Family Doctor podcast exemplifies a rare blend of courage, humility, and humanity. You will be moved and touched by what you hear, and what you feel, as Dr Thomas White talks with Dr Rhett Brown, a Family Physician from Charlotte NC. Dr. Brown discusses his personal journey as a gay physician starting practice in the e…
 
After serving 10 years as active duty Air Force, Jeremy Montgomery, who goes by Monte, served an additional 12 years in the Air National Guard. When he retired in 2020, he used LinkedIn to grow his network and ultimately land a role with Fusion Cell as their business development manager. Although hired right away, Jeremy reflects on his transition …
 
Stan Rodski shows us how to "Recalibrate our brain"; shares how to "Harness your brain power" and explains the power of the "Napucino". Hosted by Duff Watkins About Dr Stan Rodski Dr Stan Rodski is an Australian neuroscientist in private practice specializing in brain performance. He has a bachelor's degree in psychology and a doctorate of science …
 
CEO of EvernoteEpisode page with video, transcript, and more My guest for Episode #178 of the My Favorite Mistake podcast is Ian Small, CEO at Evernote, the app that launched a personal productivity movement for knowledge workers around the world. Under Ian’s leadership (since 2018), Evernote found the courage to go back to basics, launching a new …
 
Having served 7 years as a US Army intelligence officer, Sarah Ostrowski decided she was ready for a new challenge. Her transition plan included going back to school, however, when the acceptance letters started to arrive, her gut was telling her to go in a different direction. Today she is the Manager of Global Intelligence and Threat Analysis for…
 
Professor Denis Leclerc tells us why you should “Learn something new every day”; why you should ”Learn to slow down; why it’s important not to “judge people too fast” and more. Hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee. About Professor Denis Leclerc Dr. Denis Leclerc teaches cross-cultural communication and global negotiations at Thunderbird School of Global Man…
 
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