How To Be Mesmerizing With Tim Shurr! podcast

How To Be Mesmerizing With Tim Shurr!

Tim Shurr

Take a deep-dive into the Unconscious Mind of high-achievers and discover psychological secrets for creating tremendous business success, happiness and peace of mind!

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  • How To Be Mesmerizing With Tim Shurr! podcast

    Spending Life Wisely | Greg Massey & Tim Shurr

    32:46

    This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, Tim is with a totally mesmerizing CEO, Greg Massey. Greg is the President and CEO of First United Bank. In 2008, Ernst and Young named Greg their Southwest Region Entrepreneur of the Year, and Oklahoma State University has recognized him as a distinguished alumnus, and the Spears School of Business recognized him as a Top 100 graduate and inducted him into the business school Hall of Fame. You will learn about compounding the decisions for your life and how to show your love to your people and build a culture where everyone becomes a better person in all areas of life. So, tune in now and learn from this wisdom-packed episode!   Quotes: “Compounding the decisions of our lives are just as impactful as compounding savings for our future.” - Greg Massey “We center our values around love and impact.” - Greg Massey  “People love working hard. They hate working in circles.” - Greg Massey “The whole part of the whole empowerment dynamic is allowing people to actually flourish as human beings.” - Greg Massey   Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com   https://www.firstunitedbank.com/  http://spendlifewisely.com/  Show Notes: [00:41] Greetings and introduction of Greg Massey [02:08] What’s the purpose of your organization [04:34] Figuring out what’s right [06:09] Compounding the decisions for your life [07:01] Start with the values and the purpose [13:50] People love working hard. They hate working in circles [16:56] Spending life wisely [18:57] Creating healing organizations [22:30] Putting together the Academy [24:38] Leadership is leadership [26:35] Listening deeply with the heart [29:19] Having people you learn from, and people who learn from you   Make Your Day Mesmerizing
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    Making Meaningful Work| Matthew Billingsley & Tim Shurr

    46:41

    This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, Tim is with another extraordinary guest, Matthew Billingsley, a co-founder of Visceral. He is a designer, an author, a speaker, and he has 18 years of UX design and branding experience. In 2006, he and his friend, Jay Buys, created Visceral, which is a branding and digital design agency for social visionaries who are out to change the world. Jump right into this conversation and enjoy while gaining wisdom in making meaningful work and developing a culture that fosters a safe space for everybody to express and develop themselves.   Quotes: “[However you present your product, your message] It’s not just energy, you have to back it up with your actions. How are you conducting your corporation, your company, your organization with values first, with purpose first.” - Matthew Billingsley “We felt that that investment, that earning of trust goes a long way.” - Matthew    Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com https://www.thisisvisceral.com  Repurpose: Be Good At What You Do & Do Something Good    Show Notes: [00:44] Greetings and introduction of Matthew Billingsley [01:55] What is a social visionary [03:27] Turning down clients with big budgets but are not aligned with the mission and becoming more successful [08:12] Gauging what is good when taking in a client [11:32] Attracting the team that buys in with the mission [15:54] Making saving the world more profitable [19:50] Trust has to be earned [20:41] Knowing and understanding the end goal and the entirety of the organization [25:57] Developing a culture that fosters a safe space for everybody to express and develop themselves [34:31] Paying 100% for the healthcare for their employees [37:26] Keeping a remote workforce engaged [41:28] Repurpose: Be Good At What You Do & Do Something Good [43:37] Learn more about Matthew Billingsley and Visceral   Make Your Day Mesmerizing
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    Developing A Human-Centric Culture | Glen McDermott & Tim Shurr

    40:15

    This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, Tim is with an outstanding CEO who’s making a difference in society through his company. Glen McDermott is the founder and CEO of Red Rock branding. Glen grew up in Australia and spent a lot of time in the outback, especially on anything that had two wheels. After your studies in Australia, he served on the marketing teams for Australia's Country Road, Metro in Singapore, The Limited in the US, and other Fortune 500 companies. Then, he formed Red Rock Branding, which takes the corporate world's best marketing practices and applies them to non-profits, health and wellness initiatives, and small and midsize businesses. Tim and Glen talk about what purposeful work really looks like and suggestions on where someone can start to be the change that they want to see in their company. So, tune in now and learn more helpful wisdom as we aim to upgrade the operating system called Capitalism.   Quotes: “You can actually do anything you put your mind to as long as you have fun doing it.” - Glen McDermott “The extractive, sort of exploitative consumerism capitalism is not sustainable.” - Glen McDermott  “As soon as those values can align with your professional life, the better human being you become.” - Glen McDermott    Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com   https://redrockbranding.com/  Show Notes: [00:30] Greetings and introduction of Glen McDermott [01:36] Glen’s travel experiences that have transformed him [04:23] Glen’s 3 core beliefs to what they’re doing in Red Rock [06:45] Working with prestigious organizations [08:57] What does purposeful work look like [11:01] Upgrading the operating system called Capitalism [14:43] The portrayal of people still not caring about the planet so that they can make more profit [19:55] Helping people get past the resistance against conscious capitalism movement [27:21] The power in the collaborative model [28:31] Businesses don't need a lot of vastly complex marketing and branding campaigns when your message and your actions are simple, aligned, and authentic [33:51] Suggestions on where someone can start to be the change that they want to see in their company [37:16] Defining the purpose of what you’re doing   Make Your Day Mesmerizing
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    Shifting To An Impact Business | Rafik Riad & Tim Shurr

    40:52

    This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, we have a mesmerizing business founder who created an outstanding avenue of bringing sustainable impact to other businesses as well as the consumers. Rafik Riad is originally from Egypt. He studied and worked globally on policy design and project inflammation internationally. In 2011, he founded Salt, which is a fair trade social enterprise that works with communities in Africa and Latin America. He also is the founder of Buygoodfeelgood.com, which is North America's largest marketplace dedicated to connecting social enterprises, with buyers and consumers. Rafik is dedicated to building a community of people and organizations who believe that business should be or should have a positive impact on the world. Listen to this inspiring conversation and not only get inspired but also gain excellent principles and priceless lessons about creating a positive impact in a sustainable way.   Quotes: “We want you to be in business and do good because when these two forces come together, the outcome is just amazing.” - Rafik Riad “The universe really conspired to make me successful.” - Rafik Riad   Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com   https://www.buygoodfeelgood.com/   Show Notes: [00:33] Greetings and introduction of Rafik Riad [01:55] Rafik’s move from Egypt to Toronto, Canada [03:53] Helping businesses by bringing their products to the marketplace [07:26] Beginning a grassroots movement to promote social justice programs [11:53]  Transitioning into being an impact business [17:01] Some limiting beliefs that Rafik had overcome and have helped others overcome  [21:51] The Buygoodfeelgood.com [25:57] Some of the differences and commonalities when it comes to capitalism in the world [31:03] Rafiks journey and what he learned along the way [33:44] Helping people in a sustainable way [35:19] An inspiring story about a small business in Kenya joining one of Rafik’s events [39:08] Learn more about Rafik and the business   Make Your Day Mesmerizing
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    Spiritual Leadership | Eboni Adams Monk & Tim Shurr

    46:30

    This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, we have an inspiring person and an amazing leader altogether, Eboni Adam Monk. Eboni is a results-driven transformational leader. She's got 20 years of progressive leadership experience, earned her MBA from Georgia State, and she's been working with WR Grace & Co. for the last 25 years and is currently the Vice President of Marketing. They’re a 4000-person leading global supplier of catalysts and specialty materials that help oil companies produce cleaner products. She's also the author of a wonderful book called Leading Wise: Inspirational Reflections For Corporate Leaders. Make sure to take notes as you listen to this conversation now because you will surely pick up precious nuggets of wisdom that will greatly impact your journey of becoming a more conscious leader that spreads goodness in the workplace and the people around you.   Quotes: “Relationships are fundamental to our growth and transformation as human beings.” - Eboni Adams Monk “Everyone has a purpose and a role. And it's valuable. And part of being here on the planet is about learning how to work together.” - Eboni Adams Monk “Communities should have a purpose, and businesses is a community that has a particular goal and objective of making money serving a need...and those two can exist together.” - Eboni Adams Monk   Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com   Leading Wise  https://eboniadamsmonk.com/  Show Notes: [00:42] Greetings and introduction of Eboni Adams Monk [01:58] Eboni’s journey to becoming an engineer then now being the VP of Marketing or a large and successful company  [04:38] The importance of cultivating a work culture that is fulfilling  [06:31] The progress made over the last decade when it comes to how Corporate America views women of color  [09:51] Facing criticisms fro working at Corporate America [13:35] What we can do to enroll more people into this mindfulness or conscious capitalism movement [16:33] Leading Wise [19:29] A listening leader - a time to speak and a time to listen [23:38] Community is essential and leaders are stewards [26:51] Where to begin in creating fulfillment at work through leadership  [30:24] Discovering the power of shifting your perspective and bringing businesses as a force for good in the world   [33:21] Companies becoming more profitable without hurting our communities and our planet [36:24] Spiritual Leadership [38:58] Mindfulness support for leaders [42:29] Improving self-care as leaders   Make Your Day Mesmerizing
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    The Power Of Questions | Pat Macuso & Tim Shurr

    44:48

    This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, Tim is with Pat Mancuso, the CEO of Mancuso Consulting Group. He's been an entrepreneur his whole life, creating all kinds of high-level businesses, and one of the things that made him kind of a star in the real estate world is he worked with Keller Williams Real Estate and his company grew to almost over 800 agents and nearly $1 billion in sales volume in less than four years. Also, he's facilitated over 30,000 one-on-one coaching and consulting sessions, which gave him rich learning experiences about businesses and company culture. Tune in now and get a hold of all the wisdom Pat has shared especially about principles you can live by to keep your success momentum and why his company was able to grow in the culture that they foster.   Quotes: “It's not about the success. It's about the failures. It's about the setbacks. And the more setbacks you have the more learning opportunities that you have.” - Pat Mancuso “You can't see more potential than others if you don't see it in yourself.” - Pat Mancuso “I realized that how you grow a great organization is that first, you understand the behavior of the organization and that behavior starts with the CEO.” - Pat Mancuso “When you unpeel issues within an organization, they all end up going back to people.” - Pat Mancuso   Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com   https://www.patmancuso.com/  Show Notes: [00:30] Greetings and introduction of Pat Mancuso [01:50] The key ingredients that made Pat successful over the years [05:21] Why entrepreneurs are not satisfied with the status quo [10:28] Some of the most common self-limiting beliefs that Pat find people struggle with [14:49] Having somebody around you that has the ability to ask you powerful questions to change the perspective of your story  [18:33] Using your gifts to impact others around you [22:01] The company culture that attracted 800 people [32:01] Some challenges that CEOs have especially around COVID [39:22] Where pat thinks the real estate industry is going in the next 5-10 years    [42:38] Know more about Pat Mancuso and his company’s services   Make Your Day Mesmerizing
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    Scaling Profits & Purpose | Dustin Wells & Tim Shurr

    1:01:45

    This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, we have one of the mesmerizingly brilliant CEO of Headspring, Dustin Wells. Headspring is a company recognized by Inc 500 for its rapid growth in 10 cities across three countries. His company has been on the Best Places to Work List for eight consecutive years. He's also the co-founder of Workify. He's passionate, he's an angel investor, and he loves helping other entrepreneurs.  Dustin also won lots of Leadership Awards and recognitions, including Austin's Rockstar Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Listen in now and you’ll learn priceless insights from Tim’s and Dustin’s experiences and strategies. You will understand the importance of identifying the critical belief system of your organization and the congruence within the culture of the company. You will also learn about the stakeholder model, which Dustin is applying in his organizations.   Quotes: “Be cautious not to borrow from one to pay the other.” - Dustin Wells “[People] It's the best, [the] most enriching part, and it's the biggest challenge.” - Dustin Wells   Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com   Headspring  Workify   Good To Great   Show Notes: [00:39] Greetings and introduction of Dustin Wells [02:02] The importance of identifying the critical belief system of your organization [04:09] The importance of congruence of the culture of the company [06:19] Creating a place where people can work and bring their full and authentic selves to work [08:46] The importance of having a double bottom line [12:20] Talking about people as people and not just resources [13:29] Being indignant about the “achieve at all cost” attitude [16:02] You CAN care about people and the planet and make big profits [16:46] Getting big by doing good [19:54] The growing polarity between conscious leaders and those who seem to lack a bit of self-awareness [25:35] Developing conscious leaders for the future [29:30] Everyone is a stakeholder [31:09] The desire of becoming a better leader and then actually becoming one [33:37] What’s more important than your state are your beliefs [40:01] Egoless leadership and finding the balance [44:22] Connecting social impact with the business’ core competencies [47:39] Transparency in the workplace   [52:21] Teaching competitors how to create a strong workplace culture [55:11] Some limiting beliefs that Dustin encountered in working with entrepreneurs these days  [59:06] Example of the stakeholder model   Make Your Day Mesmerizing
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    A New Riff On Measuring Success | Ken Lewis & Tim Shurr

    47:38

    This is an exciting series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, an outstanding CEO in many ways is with us. Ken Lewis is the  CEO and founder of New Riff Distilling. He's also the previous owner of a retail franchise named The Party Source with six locations in Kentucky. Now, at the youthful age of 70, Ken has been a successful entrepreneur for decades and he's here to share what he's learned about being a successful businessman who also cares about people. Jump right into this wisdom-packed conversation! Understand and take action on what you’ve learned.   Quotes: “The bottom line is a hell of a lot more complicated than the dollars and cents. And that bottom line is my life and that bottom line is also the type of business that I want to run and who profits from that business.” - Ken Lewis “Not being concerned with the culture that we have in our workplace is so self-defeating.” - Ken Lewis “I'm paying the whole person, why don't I want to make an environment that gets the best of the whole person?” - Ken Lewis   Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com   https://www.newriffdistilling.com/    Show Notes: [00:35] Greetings and introduction of Ken Lewis [01:22] From owning a thriving liquor store to having a bourbon distillery and establishing businesses owned by employees [03:40] Coming from the heart  [05:41] Broadening your concept of what profit is [14:18] How to use your business as a force for good [19:08] Ken;s three core philosophies [22:56] We’re bound to each other [26:38] Pension plans for employees [34:22] Going through shifts and modernization within family-owned businesses [43:30] Taking care of the planet   Make Your Day Mesmerizing
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    Selling Without Selling Out | Sunny Vanderbeck & Tim Shurr

    53:55

    We have an exciting new series on how to build mesmerizing workplace cultures because there is no greater competitive advantage than to have happy and mentally well-devoted employees who want to do good for their company and the world. In this episode, Tim is with an amazing guest, Sunny Vanderbeck. Sunny is the co-founder and managing partner of Satori Capital. He is an investor and entrepreneur, a best selling author, and a former Army Ranger. He is also one of the youngest CEOs ever to lead a NASDAQ listed company. His book Selling Without Selling Out: How To Sell Your Business Without Selling Your Soul is a classic . The combination of his experiences helped him to learn the value of principled leadership in extraordinarily challenging situations.  You better tune in now and learn strategies on how to stay values-oriented in difficult situations, assess the capability of a leadership team in about five minutes and then empower them, and more excellent insights and principles in leadership and business.   Quotes: “Most businesses actually have a reason to exist that's not a generator of money. They started with some unmet need in the world.” - Sunny Vanderbeck “We think businesses actually are the most powerful force for change in the world.” - Sunny Vanderbeck “If your company ceased to exist tomorrow, who would care, and why?” - Sunny Vanderbeck “Karma is real in business.” - Sunny Vanderbeck   Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com Satori Capital https://sunnyvanderbeck.com/ Selling Without Selling Out   Show Notes: [00:30] Greetings and introduction of Sunny Vanderbeck [02:07] The idea of “around the next bend” [03:29] How to stay values-oriented in difficult situations [07:43] Developing the balance between tough and strong and being empathetic and caring [13:02] How to assess the capability of a leadership team in about five minutes and then empower them [20:34] Asking why does the business exist [31:55] Asking how you’re communicating with everybody [38:21] Asking what does a real partnership look like [42:25] Purchasing power matters a lot [48:49] The unconscious conscious capitalists    Make Your Day Mesmerizing
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    Upgrading Beliefs | Tim Shurr & Andrea Butcher

    29:32

    Today, we have a special episode on unconscious beliefs featuring Tim Shurr in a show by Andrea Butcher, founder of HRD advisory group, which is an outstanding Human Resources consulting company. Tim and Andrea had an outstanding conversation about the power of upgrading unconscious beliefs and biases showing that this is the fastest way to accelerate profits, sustainable business growth, and incredible culture. Listen in now and learn about how to get into your core belief and upgrade it, and change your life forever!    Quotes: “The power is not in the experience, but the beliefs that come from them.”    Mentions: https://www.facebook.com/TimShurr https://mesmerizingleadership.com/  https://powermindsetprogram.com Show Notes: [00:35] Greetings and introduction  [01:15] How Tim got into the incredible work that he is doing now [05:25] Making people feel safe to help them open up and trust you [06:54] Getting people and leaders to see the problem and uncover what they’re trying to prove [11:31] Looking at the belief that drives the behavior [13:06] Mindful businesses are going to transform the world [13:42] The one belief away method [17:09] The upgraded belief is carried over into all aspects of life [17:41] 5-step process in getting into the core belief that caused what you feel [21:04] Looking for the creative opportunity in any situation [24:51] It’s not just rehashing the unpleasant, it’s making an opportunity to reframe the belief   Make Your Day Mesmerizing

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