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A native of Southern California now living in Ho Chi Minh City (Saigon), Vietnam, Mark brings his unique personality while presenting real people and their stories. Sometimes Mark is animated and conversational. Other times he treads more lightly empowering the story teller to allow their stories to come through as a flow of memories. Either way, his shows are humorous, engaging, honest and often inspiring. Mark never really knows what's coming. That's where the fun begins. No script. No pre ...
 
Think politics is boring? You are missing the greatest sport in the world. Forget the stuffy TV talking heads and learn what's going on while having a few laughs. Whiskey Politics Podcast is hosted by Dave Sussman onTheIndependent.ioand theRange Broadcasting Networkwhere we interview luminaries, newsmakers and insiders from politics, culture, science, Hollywood and more. Whiskey Politics takes a civil tone and has fun while talking about serious issues. It's all about the long-form conversat ...
 
Take control of your life, business, and career once and for all. The Indigo Podcast offers raw, unfiltered, and science-based talk about flourishing in life. Join CEOs, executives, and regular folks in learning how to build a better future at work and beyond. Check out this top ranked podcast! For more information, visit www.indigotogether.com. Our approach is evidence based and our conversation is quirky. In every episode, we: 1. Promote the flourishing of people and organizations. 2. Brid ...
 
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It's Halloween 2020 and I'm still here in Saigon, Vietnam where I recently had the pleasure of meeting fellow podcaster and all around good guy from Canada, John Saboe. On C44 Show#90, John shares a bit of his upbringing as well as how he and his incredible voice found their way into the world of radio broadcasting upon entering high school. After …
 
Due to the lockdown, the Pasadena #GOP Club group was notified 24 hours before the event they would not be allowed to have a speaker. Dinner, yes, but no speaker. So instead of obeying bureaucrats' inane rules, they moved the meeting to a private home. The turnout was spectacular. Dave discusses the state of the #2020Election, #SidneyPowell, what a…
 
Ep. 267 - Neil McCabe with Project Veritas and @33:00 Tom Borelli with Newsmax TV on Sidney Powell, Voter Fraud, Social Media, Mail-In Ballots, Dominion and more. https://youtu.be/QIb_qQYeMhk Independent shows like ours are being throttled, suppressed, and demonetized! Please Support #WhiskeyPolitics at http://paypal.me/mywhiskeypolitics. Cheers! P…
 
As the shock of Election 2020 wears off and multiple challenges to count legitimate votes across several states kick into high gear, how will President Trump's legal fight end? One of the country's most respected legal minds, John Hinderaker, President at the Center for the American Experiment and Powerline Founder returns to Whiskey Politics to di…
 
Ep. 265 - Jackson Darr, a self-described "data monkey" at http://RRHElections.com explains the voting irregularities and fraud that has caused Election 2020 to be turned on its head. https://youtu.be/_HxRexfLetg Please Support #WhiskeyPolitics at http://paypal.me/mywhiskeypolitics. Cheers! Please subscribe to Whiskey Politics on YouTube, The Ricoch…
 
Do veterans make good civilian employees? How do veterans and civilians avoid talking past each other in corporate settings? We discuss this and more with Kristin Saboe who leads employee listening, research, and talent strategy at The Boeing Company. She is responsible for authoring and leading Boeing’s Enterprise Veterans and Military Spouses Str…
 
The infrastructure of your business, of your organization, is critical because it shapes behavior. And if you’re not careful, you’ll have an infrastructure that reinforces behaviors that aren’t agile, that hinder your ability to be nimble. In this episode, we discuss: What is infrastructure What are the three dimensions of infrastructure What is ag…
 
It’s the one year anniversary of launching The Indigo Podcast! In this episode, which we also broadcasted live via Facebook and YouTube, we: Discuss where we’ve been What we’re trying to do The future of The Indigo Podcast and Indigo Together Links and Other Information All episodes of The Indigo Podcast, all episodes with guests The Indigo Manifes…
 
John Kroger, a vice president at the Aspen Institute, previously served as the inaugural Chief Learning Officer of the United States Navy and Marine Corps, providing oversight for all education institutions and programs for more than 900,000 civilian and military personnel, with a budget of more than $1.7 billion. Before that, he served as the pres…
 
Ep. 264 - Dinesh D'Souza 'Beating the Socialism, Corruption and the Gangsterization that Defines the Democrat Party'. Best Selling Author and Award-Winning Filmmaker Dinesh D'Souza discusses his latest film Trump Card, Election 2020, AOC, Ilhan Omar, BernieSanders and why students are no longer taught about the Russian Revolution and Communism. Fin…
 
People often talk about “operations” and “operations management.” But what does it mean for those functions of the business to be agile? Can that even occur? In this episode, we unpack these ideas, including: What do we mean by “operations management” What is agile operations management versus waterfall operations management How can you pivot to ag…
 
If you want to motivate people, you need to understand the nature of rewards in the workplace. Otherwise, you might be really missing the mark. You might actually be demotivating your employees. In this episode, we unpack the basics of rewarding employees, including the following: Extrinsic versus intrinsic rewards Fundamental ideas about employee …
 
One way to tilt the odds in your favor is to use evidence when making decisions and choices. But our typical use of evidence isn’t optimal. We can do better. In this episode, we talk with one of the world’s leading voices regarding evidence-based practice, Rob Briner. He is a professor of organizational psychology at Queen Mary, University of Londo…
 
Ep. 263 - #MatthewTyrmand, Investigative Reporter, and the source on #HunterBiden's Laptop Prove MASSIVE CORRUPTION with 26,000 emails from #BevanCooney, #DevonArcher, the #CoverUp by #BigTech, #Media and #Censorship. And then Dave's Election Predictions, #Borat2 review and what's at stake on Nov. 3rd. Matt is a Lincoln Fellow at the Claremont Inst…
 
Strategy is something you do once a year, right? Wrong! In this episode, we unpack what it means to have an agile strategy process and discuss how it benefits leaders and organizations. Specifically, we address: Why might traditional ("waterfall") strategic planning be problematic? Why you should consider an agile strategy process How to make the p…
 
What can managers do to make work more satisfying and more motivational? Does it matter if people find their jobs satisfying? Why or why not? We explore these and related topics in this episode, including: What job satisfaction is and why it matters Five different facets of job satisfaction The job characteristics model and how managers can make wo…
 
In this eye-opening episode, Cort Rudolph of St. Louis University pulls back the curtain on generational differences at work. Simply put, they don’t exist. And it’s tough to even make the claim that generations themselves exist. We discuss these topics, drawing upon Cort’s recently published article on the topic in the Journal of Business and Psych…
 
Every so often, we’re releasing an “ask us anything” episode of The Agility Conversation. In this episode, we delve into many topics under the general categories of (a) confusion about agile and (b) getting started. Links and Other Information All episodes of The Agility Conversation: Click here Ben’s white paper, “Agility and Agile: An Introductio…
 
First impressions, in some research studies, are measured in milliseconds. Let that sink in. In fractions of a second, we make judgments about each other. In fractions of a second, people make judgments about us. In this episode, we explore impression management. Specifically, we discuss: What is impression management How do we shape impressions an…
 
Decisions are fascinating, and Neil Shortland is an expert on them. He’s an assistant professor of Criminology and Justice Studies and the director of the Center for Terrorism and Security Studies at the University of Massachusetts Lowell. In this episode, we explore decisions and decision-making, including details about: Making hard decisions Deci…
 
Ep. 262 - Senator Ted Cruz joins Whiskey Politics with Dave Sussman to discuss the critical issues heading into Election 2020. SCOTUS, Spygate, why the media reported the Senator saying the Election may be a 'Bloodbath' for Republicans. Senator Cruz discusses his incredible new book One Vote Away detailing the most pivotal Supreme Court cases of ou…
 
Bishop Mayfield was born in Harlem, New York right after WWII where he would experience some of the same intolerance and racism still strong in American culture today. Raised by foster parents and leaving home at fifteen, Bishop would take his inspired experiences of sneaking into the Apollo Theater to fuel his love of music. After meeting Buddy Mi…
 
Ep. 261 - @10:29 Judge Jeanine Pirro on Spygate, Biden's Russia Problem and the Vote-By-Mail. At @23:22 Jonathan Williams, Chief Economist and Executive Vice President at http://ALEC.org on the best and worst states economically. First, Dave's recap on the VP Debate and Biden's 'Kamala Problem'. https://youtu.be/Ga3tcdO7Oh8 Please Support #WhiskeyP…
 
Agility is a journey, not a destination. It’s about getting more acutely oriented to the unfolding journey of your business differently perhaps than you have been oriented before. With the speed of business, pace of change, and accelerating VUCA of the world we live in, business has become a 3-dimensional challenge. We explore in detail, focusing u…
 
Is the boss always watching you? With the proliferation of employee monitoring technologies, it’s becoming increasingly likely. But employee surveillance--electronic or otherwise--must be handled with care. In this episode, we discuss: What is employee surveillance Forms and negative reactions to employee surveillance Implications for people, leade…
 
What is humor? Why does it matter with regard to the workplace? How can it help organizations and leaders? In this episode, we talk with comedian and speaker David Horning about the changing nature of work and how humor fits into it all. Specifically, we discuss: The work landscape Why humor helps How to--how NOT to--incorporate humor into the work…
 
Ep. 260 - David Bossie, Trump-Pence 2020 Senior Advisor, President of Citizens United and New York Times Bestselling Author (latest book Trump: America First with co-Author Corey Lewandowski.) David discusses why he thinks Trump's first debate was a win (He Fights!), the existential threat that is voter fraud, SCOTUS and Amy Coney Barrett, Spygate …
 
What is “waterfall” as it pertains to projects--and more? And how does it compare with agile? In this episode, we dive into this topic. Specifically, we explore: The primary differences between waterfall and agile The deeper complexities in these two approaches toward work How you can overcome “waterfall inertia” with agile Links and Other Informat…
 
Dealing with bad news is a fundamental part of being a leader or a manager. Focusing on how to deal with bad news within the organization, we discuss the research on delivering bad news and distill some actionable insights. Specifically, we explore: How sharing bad news is hard and painful, but it’s necessary Why and how fairness matters with regar…
 
What is talent management, anyway? And what does it have to do with how the workplace is changing? We explore these questions and more in this phenomenal episode with Marisa Carson, Ph.D. Specifically, we discuss: How an organizational psychologist ended up working in talent management How the workplace is changing amid COVID and other social shift…
 
Ep. 259 - "Judge of the Decade", the Honorable Michael Warren (6th Circuit Court, Oakland County, MI) Author & Co-Creator of the Patriot Week Foundation https://www.patriotweek.org/ discusses the contentious and history-making Trump nomination to the Supreme Court of the United States. From a Constitutional perspective, can Democrats go through wit…
 
If you want an agile organization, you must consider culture. In this episode, we explore organizational culture, with a focus on what it means to have a culture that supports agility. Specifically, we explore: Why an agile culture is essential and how it contrasts with a traditional or “waterfall” culture What organizational culture is anyway, and…
 
Ep. 258 - John Ziegler, Senior Columnist at @Mediaite, talk-show host and Emmy award-winning filmmaker, on being #NeverTrump, the real story of the California and New York lockdowns, what will happen in the upcoming election, and his discussion with @Glenn Beck. Find John on Twitter at http://twitter.com/Zigmanfreud and http://twitter.com/Individua…
 
Training at work is often terrible--but it doesn’t have to be. In this episode, we unpack some of the basic--yet essential--ideas behind creating training that has a real and sustained impact. Specifically, we address: What is training and why does it matter Ways to design training so that it helps people learn Key takeaways for people, leaders, or…
 
Being ostracized is painful, regardless of whether it occurs in our non-work or work lives. We explore workplace ostracism in this episode with Josh Cogswell, an assistant professor of management at Nicholls State University who recently published a meta-analysis on workplace ostracism in the Journal of Applied Psychology. Specifically, we discuss:…
 
Ep. 257 - This week's episode feature Dave's interviews at @The Real Side Radio; Christian Toto, purveyor at http://HollywoodInToto.com discusses why Netflix added the film Cuties even though it offended so many, and the madness of the Oscars. At @22:43 Jon Gabriel, Editor in Chief at http://Ricochet.com discusses the "Harris-Biden Administration" …
 
Are you thinking about your thinking? Being an agile leader and building agility in your team or organization requires a look inward. In this episode, we discuss: What is mental agility and what are mental models? What are some examples of mental models and how they work? How to develop mental agility and practical steps for you to take Links and O…
 
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