Mind Espresso podcast

Mind Espresso

Scott Engler: Caffeinate Your Brain With Good Thought

Mind Espresso is a weekly series of 3-5 minute micro-podcasts which attempt to chunk down big concepts into mind hacks that are digestable and easy to apply.

47 épisodes

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    Overcoming Social Media Addiction

    8:46

    This week’s MindEspresso is about maximizing #productivity by understanding #socialaddiction from the movie The Social Dilemma and the new book Dopamine Nation by Dr. Anna Lembke. You can learn more about me and our integrated virtual keynotes, LeaderFX trainings and the StrategyFX strategy execution platform here: https://lnkd.in/ducTwHEV #personaldevelopment #productivity #innovation #personalleadership #social #addiction
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    Negotiating with Empathy from Chris Voss

    7:31

    This week’s MindEspresso is about using empathy in negotiation to reach higher level outcomes. Emotional barriers are often the biggest obstacles to successful negotiations. Christopher Voss was the FBI’s lead hostage negotiator and he pioneered the use of tactical empathy. He’s also the author of Never Split the Difference. You can learn more about me here @ ScottEnglerLeadership.com https://lnkd.in/dAShC4D You can follow these MindEspressos on ITunes here: https://lnkd.in/dMzitK5.
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    The Science of Perfect Timing

    3:00

    This #mindepsresso is about planning your day to align with your natural energy cycles from Daniel Pink’s WHEN. He found that our cognitive abilities do not remain static over the course of a day, these daily fluctuations are more extreme than we realize and how we do depends on what we’re doing. You can learn more about me here at ScottEnglerLeadership.com https://lnkd.in/dAShC4D You can follow these MindEspressos on ITunes here: https://lnkd.in/dMzitK5. #strategy #leadership #leadership
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    How to Create Optimism

    6:17

    This week’s #MindEspresso is about how to create optimism by rewriting your past, confronting the reality of the present and embracing you’re most optimistic future frame. You can learn more about me here at ScottEnglerLeadership.com https://lnkd.in/dAShC4D You can follow these MindEspressos on ITunes here: https://lnkd.in/dMzitK5. #optimism #purposedriven #leadership #values #needs #culture #personalleadership #selfgrowth #conflictresolution #emotionalresilience #leadership #purpose
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    Leading with Purpose

    5:54

    This week’s #MindEspresso is about Leading with Purpose from the book Start With Why by Simon Sinek. Sinek argues that most leaders focus on the what and often fail to understand and communicate the why, the purpose behind the what. You can learn more about me here at ScottEnglerLeadership.com https://lnkd.in/dAShC4D You can follow these MindEspressos on ITunes here: https://lnkd.in/dMzitK5. And you can learn more about Simon Sinek here: https://simonsinek.com/ #purposedriven #leadership #values #needs #culture #personalleadership #selfgrowth #conflictresolution #emotionalresilience #leadership #purpose
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    Break Conflict Loops

    4:58

    This week’s MindEspresso is about how to break conflict loops from the book Optimal Outcomes by Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler. She points out that conflict styles together with shadow values often get us stuck in loops. She advocates 1. Creating awareness around our conflict by understanding our conflict styles 2. Zooming out by mapping to break the cycle and getting clear on the underlying values (ideal and shadow) behind the conflict 3. Choosing ideal future states and focusing on optimal outcomes. I primarily work with corporate executives, but I also have a passion for personal leadership. I’ve started these Personal Leadership MindEspressos from people I’ve interviewed. Here is our podcast: https://lnkd.in/etAsTZ3 You can follow these MindEspressos on ITunes here: https://lnkd.in/dMzitK5. You can learn more about Jennifer here: https://lnkd.in/d6-8KMT And you can learn more about me here: https://lnkd.in/dAShC4D #values #needs #culture #personalleadership #selfgrowth #conflictresolution #emotionalresilience #leadership
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    Harness Your Self-Chatter

    7:16

    This MindEspresso is about how to harness your internal chatter from the book Chatter by Ethan Kross. Ethan has developed a series of scientifically studied strategies to help you harness your internal dialogue for positive change. I primarily work with corporate executives, but I also have a passion for personal leadership. I’ve started these Personal Leadership MindEspressos from people I’ve interviewed. Here is our podcast: https://lnkd.in/etAsTZ3 You can follow these MindEspressos on ITunes here: https://lnkd.in/dMzitK5. #values #needs #culture #personalleadership #selfgrowth
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    6 Keys to Habit Change

    6:13

    This MindEspresso is about the 6 Keys to Habit Change using work from James Clear, Charles Duhigg and my own framework that I’ve been developing.
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    How Values Drive Your Behaviors

    5:03

    This MindEspresso is about how unconscious and conscious values and needs drive behavior and ultimately your life. I’ll be sharing a framework from Barrett Values Center that helps contextualize values and needs so that you can optimize your value system. I primarily work with corporate executives, but I also have a passion for personal leadership. I’ve started these Personal Leadership MindEspressos from people I’ve interviewed. Here is our podcast: https://lnkd.in/etAsTZ3 You can follow these MindEspressos on ITunes here: https://lnkd.in/dMzitK5.
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    The Not Doing List

    3:09

    This MindEspresso is about “not doing” so that you can focus on the things that matter. I’ll be looking at the brand new book The Not Doing List by Alexander Bant (He/Him), in it he shares his unique philosophy of creating a Not Doing List to guide your focus. As Steve Jobs said “Deciding what not to do is as important as deciding what to do,” which is the advice he gave to the CEO of Nike “Just get rid of the crappy stuff and focus on the good stuff.” And of course what you don’t do is the essence of strategy — eliminating the things that don’t give you leverage or strategic advantage to focus on the unique things that create leverage is the whole point of strategy. As Bant says; “So how do some leaders accomplish so much more? They are simply better at saying no. They appear to do it all, when in reality they are laser focused on what they won’t do. Their yes-to-no ratio is radically different from yours. “ #mindset #focus #goals #strategyexecution #strategicplanning

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