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The GrowthTLDR podcast is a weekly interview series with both leaders and practitioners who have real knowledge to share on what it takes to grow a business. Unlike most podcasts, we don't just focus on tips and tricks. We get to know the real story behind their success. And we try to have fun while doing it. Sick and tired of the same old boring business chat? Then listen to an episode of the GrowthTLDR, you won't regret it. If you're interested in being on the show, e-mail kieran@growthtld ...
 
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This is the second in a six-part series of episodes exploring the steps of the ProduKtive system. ProduKtive will change how you think for the better, allowing you to cast a stronger vision with bigger, more precise goals. In this episode, we cover what it truly means to cast a vision for the future. There are so many traps we can fall into that ju…
 
This is the first in a six-part series of episodes exploring the steps of the ProduKtive system. ProduKtive will change how you think for the better, allowing you to cast a stronger vision with bigger, more precise goals. In the subsequent weeks, we’ll be looking at building a plan, learning to effectively prioritize activities, using time blocking…
 
Have you ever set goals that you thought would deliver you pure happiness once you achieved them – just to work hard, achieve them, and move on to the next without giving yourself a chance to feel fulfilled or celebrated? We all have and it’s something we should work out of our productivity-laden routines. How might we create more sustainable happi…
 
We all know the importance of setting goals. We have to know where we're headed and what we want to achieve in order to get there, right? The problem is that most people don’t know the best strategy for setting their goals. It seems obvious that our goals should be realistic, right? Wrong. It may seem counterintuitive, but, in reality, your goals s…
 
Over a trillion dollars were lost to voluntary turnover in the USA last year alone. Replacing an employee costs an average of between 1.5 and 2 times their annual salary – and that’s a conservative estimate. The salt in the wound? 52% of people who leave for a new job say that their management could have done something to keep them. So, how can you…
 
Do you know the questions you should ask to ensure a happy, fulfilling, and lasting relationship? More importantly, do you know who you ask them to? (Hint: sometimes, the correct answer is yourself). Conversations are the backbone of a relationship, but that doesn’t mean we know how to have them. Whenever one stops working, it’s a safe bet that it’…
 
Every organization has it’s impact players – those indispensable team members that you can count on when the stakes are high. And while others do their job, impact players find the job to be done. Whether they’re center stage or behind the scenes, leaders know who these top players are… and they want more of them on their team. While their impact i…
 
Do you ever look at your calendar and find yourself trying to fit the important things – let alone trips to the restroom – between meeting after meeting? Everyone feels like they have too much on their plate and not enough time. That’s a problem because it leads to us spending our time instead of investing it. When that happens, you may find yourse…
 
Do you understand the history of time? Why do we view time the way we do? We have a problem with time: the majority of people spend it rather than investing it. They don’t view it as their most valuable resource, and they don’t hold it accountable to delivering a return – personally or professionally. Joe Sanok is going to help us understand why we…
 
Many of us grew up hearing the old adage: if you don’t have anything nice to say, don’t say anything at all. But as you get into the workforce – especially as a leader of people – part of your job is taking a stand for their greatness when they may be fighting for their limitations. Think about a time when you received some harsh feedback that you …
 
Every single one of us knows what it feels like to have too much to do – and not enough time to get it done. Because, so often, we are spending time instead of investing it, there’s an incredible amount of waste. But there’s a different approach. There’s a way to see time as the valuable resource it is, invest it into the things that matter most, a…
 
The world of work as we know it has been turned upside down. The rules have changed in everything, from the day to day operations of leading virtual teams, to building a culture that attracts and keeps amazing talent. As leaders, you must face the hard truth that your biggest challenge isn’t technology, it isn’t innovation, and it isn’t even leadin…
 
starting to settle, companies are forced to ask themselves what the future of work looks like. The time to make the decision is now. Are we going to go back to the office full time? Are we going to take a hybrid approach? Or are we going fully virtual? We need to be clear about that strategy going forward – or risk losing the trust of our teams. Ro…
 
What is the purpose of a goal? Many would say it's the first step towards achieving something – but that isn’t the case. The purpose of a goal is not to achieve a result; it’s to be appropriate in the moment. This means that our goals should be a compass for who we can become. It’s not about the result. It’s about informing who you have to be every…
 
At last year’s Goal Setting Retreat, Gary Keller said this: “If you have big goals and you haven’t achieved them yet, there are only two reasons that you’re where you are instead of where you want to be: it’s either the actions you took or the relationships you have.” And he’s right. Think about the habits, the choices, and the relationships that g…
 
Last year, we shared the story of Mark and Jennie Donohue and their experience setting shared goals at our annual Goal Setting Retreat. Let’s refresh: Mark worked long hours but wasn’t seeing any more money come in. Jennie was a stay-at-home mom with an online coaching business, and she was feeling unsupported and misunderstood. Their marriage was …
 
Have you started thinking about your long-term goals yet? One of the things that causes the most stress – whether it’s for individuals or couples – is money. Maybe you feel like you should be making more or like there’s not enough at the end of the month, but what if you could change your view around finance? It turns out it’s less about the amount…
 
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