It is easy to get buried in the business of entrepreneurship, ideas, and dreams. Often we forget when we have both small and big victories all while we push on to the next emergency, project, or goal. It's time that as entrepreneurs we pause and reflect on our victories and achievements. We need to build the habit of celebration into our patterns of chasing ideas and dreams.
Many of us run our businesses but are so focused on what we are doing today that we forget to plan for the future. We respond to the emergency of today without ever thinking about how we can grow and innovate our products, services, and message to better impact our customers. In today's episode we are going deep into how we can use micro-experiments to innovate in our businesses. Micro-Experiments are a powerful tool because they remove many of the obstacles we face when wanting to step into the dreams and ideas we have for our business.
You've watched movies like Jurassic Park and Indiana Jones and wonder what it would be like to be an archeologist or paleontologist searching for lost history. But what is it really like to search for 'hidden treasure'?
Finding purpose can be difficult to do. Finding purpose in entrepreneurship can be even harder. Today we chat about finding your purpose.
CoWorking is all the rage with companies like WeWork leading the way, but what happens when your coworking space puts a community of entrepreneurship at the core of it's focus.
How we lead in business is ever evolving but what if our power driven leadership methods are actually hindering our teams and growth? Marissa Orr wants to change the game and redefine healthy leadership to empower our teams and allow them to have the freedom to work with their own personality and strengths.
The Millennial generation is often stereotyped and misunderstood. So what is the truth about millennials in the workplace and life? How can we build startups, businesses, and corporations that engage this generation and drive them further into purpose in their work? Today’s guest, Chris Tuff, helps walk us through the process of moving from the stereotype and into a place where we embrace each other across generational divides.
Simplicity is something we have talked about a few times on past shows but it continues to amaze me how people make the process of turning dreams and ideas into reality very complex. In today’s episode we are exploring the art of simplicity in entrepreneurship.
In the episode Kathy shares how you can apply the same principles as Alphabet X / Google X use in their business to innovation and invent in your own business.
In our last revisit of past episodes we revisit 'Finding Your Created Purpose' and our interviews with Mark Geiger and Erik Seversen.
Stepping into the unknown is part of the journey of entrepreneurship. In today's episode we share the unknown adventure we are taking here at jumbleThink as we chase our own dreams and big ideas. We share some big exciting news along with the challenges we are facing as we push into the future.
Entrepreneurship can be a roller coaster of emotions, success, failure, and so much more. In today's episode we discuss how you can help make the ride more sustainable and less emotional in the process.
In today's episode we are revisiting three more episodes from Seasons 1 & 2. This is a great time to catch up on some past episodes. We revisit our conversations with Jeffrey Shaw, Johnathan Grzybowski, and Chad Frey.
We are revisiting some great past episodes in today's episode. With many new listeners, it's easy to miss the past episodes with power packed guests. In segment one we chat with Leon Logothetis. He shares his story of going from stock broker to traveling the world on the kindness of strangers. In our second segment with chat with Ryan Williams about the world of influence. In our final segment with chat with former Late Show with David Letterman writer Bill Scheft about his career in writing.
Everyone is told to find a 'work-life' balance, however Tamara Loehr doesn't think this is healthy. As a successful entrepreneur, wife, mother, boss, and active global citizen she realized that balance was impossible. Instead she is blazing a new way by creating the blend of work and life. This has freed her up to become at all of them. Removing the barriers and segmentation in life has opened new possibilities of creativity.
Many business owners feel like they are providing the best customer service possible, however only 8% of consumers feel like they are getting the experience they want. Why is there such a delivery gap?
Throughout Martin Dugard's life, running has been a consistent place he always returns. He's written for Outside, Sports Illustrated, and Runner's World about the world of running. He recently updated and rereleased his best selling book 'To Be A Runner'. Since his start as a writer, Martin has gone on to be a New York Times bestselling author writing books with Bill O'Reilly, James Patterson, and Mark Burnett.
Faith is a powerful tool in the journey of chasing big ideas and dreams. It often is the driving force into facing our fears, step into the unknown, and put our trust into things bigger than us. In today's episode we dive deep into the journey of faith and how it can superpower our dreams.
Quotes are used to inspire us. In today's episode I explore four quotes all about ideas. What can we learn from these quotes?
We picked ten recent questions from listeners and are answering them on today's episode.