“You can be successful in business, you can be a successful entrepreneur or you can be successful in your family but if you are not managing your money that will continually get in the way. “
” Winning isn’t really winning especially if you are on the other side of somebody who lacks empathy, someone who lacks feeling and kindness. “
Dan and Broc have a conversation with the founders of JT Music. As a music artist, the group needs to face different challenges for them to succeed in their chosen field.
In this episode, Dan shares his insight on how we can make other people awesome.
We all want to be in our best self. Who wouldn’t want it? This month we talk about the idea of how to make other people awesome.
Dan shares another great book that we should all read – The Checklist Manifesto: How to Get Things Right by Atul Gawande. Having a checklist doesn’t seem to really be a big deal.
Dan shares about a book he read – How I Raised Myself From Failure to Success in Selling by Frank Bettger.
In this episode, Dan shares a short story about the power of radical candor. When you let people control your emotions, you make them important even when they shouldn’t be simply because of your frustration.
In order to build a culture of radically candid guidance, we need to give, get and encourage both praise and criticism.
Dan shares about Kim Scott’s book, Radical Candor. He shares how Kim break down Radical Candor into 2 very simple concepts.
“The best kind of getting stuck is getting stuck on the part to progress.” – Rajesh Setty
Finding a room for radical candor is like cooking pasta. As the water begins to boil, as the foam begins to build, as the foam reaches the pot and begin to spills, you will realize that in order for the goodness to comes out, you have to put the goodness in.
In this episode, Dan shares about Kim Scott’s book on Radical Candor. He shares about a specific lesson from the book that can be helpful for all of us.
Let us start this month’s theme, Radical Candor, by learning the true meaning of “Candor”. As you go along and listen to this episode, try to uncover the answers to these questions.
We are still talking about surprise and delight. This episode will bring you to a more behind-the-scenes of Dan’s life. Dan will share how he helped a company who is struggling in hitting their goals.
“The one who follows the crowd will usually go no further than the crowd. Those who walk alone are likely to find themselves in places no one has ever been before.” – Francis Phillip Wernig
To deliver surprise and delight is not an easy feat. In this episode, Dan looks at the path Pixar took to create the world’s first computer animated, feature-length movie.
Quite possibly one of the most vulnerable episodes of the EDGY Conversations podcast to date.
Drawing from the inspiration of last month’s Bring Your Own Awesome podcast, Dan talks about teamwork and what it takes to make something big happen.
Dan and Broc interview Jeremy Boyum from Shadow of Whales, a band based in Texas.