S6E12: The Spirit of Emotional Intelligence with Ruben Minor (previously released on 5/9/2022)

“The beauty of good leadership is that you can have an excellent platform to impact someone that you may never know how so.” Ruben Minor

Our guest today is Ruben Minor, president of RAM Consulting Group. This organization focuses on speaking, training, and coaching individuals and groups regarding leadership, team dynamics, relationship building, diversity, equity and inclusion, fundamental business philosophies, and business and personal branding. Ruben has a rich and resourceful network of professionals across the business spectrum, ranging from influential political figures to educational leaders and entrepreneurs. 

Ruben leverages his network to make more meaningful connections for his clients and business partners, evolving into lasting, mutually beneficial relationships. Ruben also served this country for 15 years in the US Navy as a supply Corp officer, is a John Maxwell certified professional speaker, trainer, and coach, and is intimately engaged in the community, serving as president of the Council for the village of Galena. Reuben enjoys spending time with family, history movies, and hiking and, as a side note, is a professional speaker. 

Corporations have learned a lot post-COVID, as employees have realized that they do not have to face toxic work environments. Unfriendly cultures have existed for decades and are therefore not expected to change overnight. It will be a constant, intentional effort by those in leadership, and making sure that they’re keeping in step with the culture in the corporate community. 

The beauty of good leadership is that it can have an excellent platform to impact someone you may never know how to. 

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S6E9: Green Light Improv with Nathan Minns

“I realized after failing 6 times that Improv is something that is teachable,” Nathan Minns

Our Guest for today’s episode is Nathan Minns, who uses Improv comedy as a tool to develop confidence in innovation and communication. He is the founder of Green Light Improv.

Nathan takes us on a journey of Improv as it is used in a business setting. The lessons he has garnered throughout the years and his stories make improv seem not so scary. And it isn’t scary at all.

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S6E7: Crystalizing your Brilliance with Theresa Rose

“We are strategic co-creators; that is the magic of crystallization when someone sees the brilliance in you, writes it down, and shares it with you” Theresa Rose.

Our guest today is Theresa Rose, with 20+ Years of consulting, marketing, and business management experience, drives Theresa’s strategic thinking, creativity, and sound foundational frameworks. Her career has included senior management roles in marketing and product development for a Fortune 100 company and high-growth startups. In addition, as a former Community Builder and Head of Thought Leadership for an executive network, Theresa has seen the challenges of growing a thriving business based on personal intellectual property and how to amplify it for maximum income and impact strategically.

Theresa Rose brings a wealth of wisdom on the power of strategic marketing. A business grows when finding solutions to the world’s problems by finding passion in your own life that motivates you to bring your best.

Each of us can create a memorable picture model of who we are from 3-5 words that we can come up with from so much verbiage that can give us a more transparent and more precise goal of what we want and how we can succeed with this in mind. This gives you a comprehension of the actions you must focus on to achieve your goal.

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S6E5: Business Travel Stories with Jennifer Elder

“No matter what happens during your travel, do not lose it at the people you need help from.” Jennifer Elder

Our guest for today is Jennifer Elder, CSP, CPA, who works with proactive leaders and organizations that want to survive, thrive, and adapt to rapid change, risk, and disasters by developing aggressive and positive strategies to stay ahead of the competition, make intelligent decisions, stay ethical, and continually add value.

In her effort to make a difference, Jennifer has traveled a lot for work and gives insight into some of the experiences that she has gone through. What makes a difference in driving one own travel smoothly and more accessible are some of the dos and don’ts of travel.

One of the take always from this conversation would be doing your best to be as humane as possible whether you are traveling or handlings clients who are traveling.

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S6E4: #TwinzTalk and ChatGPT with Don and Bill Tomoff

“You have to layer your voice to make anything you do uniquely you.” Bill and Don Tomoff

Bill and Don Tomoff share a passion for helping others based on their career experiences, interest, and personal/professional growth. They use their #TwinzTalk and #TwinzTechTip hashtags for tips that will help others evolve their skills, awareness, and mindset on development, enabling others to become stronger people and contributors to the world around them!

ChatGTP, according to the twins, is about learning for you to help others learn, which is why they advocate for it. It’s about making things easy for the user. The good news is that ChatGPT can be applied in all the fields as long as you custom-make it for your own needs.

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