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The Jody Maberry Show

The Jody Maberry Show explores the nature of business. With a mix of storytelling, lessons, and occasional guests, Jody will help you master and market your message.
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Now displaying: July, 2021
Jul 28, 2021

Jill Young, author and head coach for EOS Worldwide, explains what the Entrepreneurial Operating System is and why teaching helps us to internalize concepts fully.

Jill grew up as part of an entrepreneurial family. Her first coaching opportunity was in a daycare setting for 4 and 5-year-olds while she was in high school. Jill is now an author and owns her own coaching company, in addition to the work she does with EOS Worldwide.

Many people benefit from having a coach, especially those who are high performers. Often, a coach creates a space for exploring options, solutions, and possibilities. Coaches do this by creating a place for visionaries to be heard. A coach may sometimes have to be the one to provide feedback in a truthful and direct way. More times than not, the solution or next step needed is clear. They just haven’t seen it yet.

Individuals can benefit from coaching. Companies, especially those of an entrepreneurial nature, can benefit from finding their operating system; their entrepreneurial operating system to be exact. EOS is a simple set of business tools designed for companies to help them evaluate and develop three key principles, starting from their leadership down: Vision, Traction, and Healthy. With over 11,000 implementations worldwide, EOS is helping companies from 3-200 team members move toward their highest goals.

Resources:

LinkedIn - https://www.linkedin.com/in/eoscoach/

Website - https://www.eosworldwide.com/

Traction: Ge a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman

Who Not How: The Formula to Achieve Bigger Goas Through Accelerating Teamwork by Dan Sullivan

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Jul 21, 2021

Mike Kim, the author of You are the Brand and my personal friend, returns for our three questions follow-up episode.

Mike does not disappoint with his questions today.

What have you learned in the last year that you wish you knew three years ago? It’s not so much about learning a new skill, so much as I wish I had known how well something was going to do so that I could have started it three years earlier.

What is giving you the most energy right now? I’ll give you a hint – two things that I was forced to abstain from for the past year.

This last one is probably one of the most unique questions I’ve been asked. If you could have a plane write anything in the sky for the world to read, what would you have them write? This was a surprisingly easy answer. Just two words, no question about it. What about you?

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Jul 14, 2021

I am excited to have Mike Kim, a business coach, marketing strategist, author, and most importantly, a personal friend, joins me as we take a look at his new book, You Are the Brand.

Mike and I met many years ago, and over the years, it has been an honor to watch the content of his new book, You Are the Brand, develop and refine over time. Often, we see people at the end of their journey, once they have it all figured out. It is important to remember that the good you see them doing now is because they have gone through the process, finding what works and what doesn’t.

In today’s world of social media and influencers, people tend to fall into two categories: Those who attempt to portray what they feel people are looking for and those who overshare for the sake of transparency. What we all need to understand is that we are our brand. Attention isn’t owed; it is earned. Ask yourself if what you are putting into the world can serve as a campfire for your target audience? Is it a beacon of light? Is it a place where people can gather and share stories? People want to see the journey and the hope at the end of the line. You build a brand by sharing true stories unique to your point of view.

How do you find your point of view? Ask yourself three questions: What ticks you off? What breaks your heart? What is the big problem you are trying to solve? Answer these questions, and you will have your unique point of view that will give life to your brand.

We are not goods. We are not cattle or pottery to be stamped with a brand. Your personal brand is a mix of your ideas, your expertise, your reputation, your message, and your personality. Your brand is what people know about you before you arrive in the room. Branding is not about image, it is about identity. As you narrow in on who you are and what you bring, you will begin to see a clear picture of what your brand truly is and has the potential to be.

Resources:

https://youarethebrandbook.com/

mikekim.com

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Jul 7, 2021

Do you suffer from FOMO? I do. That isn’t some weird disease or condition. It stands for Fear Of Missing Out. I recently when on a month-long trip to Florida with my family. When we left, I had intentions of recording multiple podcast episodes and working on my book. But at the end of the day, the month ended without me doing much along those lines.

Did I miss out on an opportunity? Some would say yes. But I say no. See, I know my priorities and what is important to me. Time with family… is my priority; that is what I am afraid of missing out on.

When you know your priorities and what is truly important to you, FOMO can help you capitalize and seize the moments that truly matter to you. Don’t let our social media, marketing-driven world tell you what you are missing out on. You define that for yourself.

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