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11- The Personal Branding Marketing Mix

In episode 11, Michael speaks to Professor Doug Olsen’s Executive MBA class at the W. P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University. In his talk, Michael puts a different spin on five elements of the traditional marketing mix. The first element, branding, he reviews how to use behavioral profiles, what motivates you and a ... Read More
 

10- We Become The Opposite Of Our Parents

Episode 10 is short and powerful. Michael tells a quick personal story and discusses how society places distinct pressures on parents to drive their children to perform at high levels in school, sports, events and other areas of life to maintain a societal perception, appearance or image. Time and time again, he’s watched parents force ... Read More
 

9- Driving Employee Engagement Through Unprecedented Change

In Episode 9, Driving Employee Engagement Through Unprecedented Change, of Michael’s podcast, learn about five actions you can take to deeply engage your team. This is a live recording of a presentation Michael gave in January 2018 to the Sacramento chapter of Financial Executives International. The show begins with a review of societal changes that ... Read More
 

8- 5 Habits to Revolutionize 2018

In episode 8 of Equal Chance To Be Unequal, Michael shares the 5 habits he tries to instill in each of his clients. He begins the podcast with a brief reflection asking you to consider the process you use to set and then quality check progress on your corporate goals. Michael then asks you to ... Read More
 

7- Always A Leader

In episode 7 of Equal Chance To Be Unequal, Michael speaks to a group of young professionals attending the Arizona Society of CPA’s Emerging Leaders’ Summit in Phoenix, Arizona. In this episode, listen as he discusses societal changes (how human attention is like currency and the growth of individuality) that may cause millennials to need ... Read More
 

6- Leading Through Change

Listen to Michael discuss how to lead through change from organizational and personal standpoints. He starts the podcast asking you to reflect briefly on a change initiative and how you would rank yourself for your work in accomplishing the initiative’s goals. Learn about the potential costs associated with facilitating change unsuccessfully and why looking at ... Read More
 

5- Developing Your Personal Brand

In this episode of Equal Chance To Be Unequal, Michael speaks live in October 2017 to the Scottsdale, Arizona Project Management Institute chapter about developing your personal brand and why it is necessary. He shares how the American workforce is changing and how having a personal brand will make your role in it more effective. ... Read More
 

4- Engaging the Millennial Generation

In this episode of Equal Chance To Be Unequal, Michael talks about strategies you can utilize to engage millennials. You’ll learn about the importance of daily feedback, continual learning, and mentorship/reverse mentorship opportunities. He also discusses millennial statistics, such as there are 92 million in the US, their generation is the largest percentage of workforce, ... Read More
 

3- How To Uncover Your Life’s Purpose

In this episode of Equal Chance To Be Unequal, Michael shares the process he utilizes when coaching executives to become the best and most unique versions of themselves. He shares how entrepreneurship, making mistakes, and the rising societal push for individuality are shaping the need for you to have a defined life purpose. Michael discusses ... Read More
 

2- Developing Emotional Intelligence

In this episode of Equal Chance To Be Unequal, Michael discusses the four major tenants of emotional intelligence – self awareness, self management, social awareness and relationship management. Learn about the importance of continual learning to be more self aware, how practicing positive psychology helps you with self management, the value of a reflected best ... Read More
 

1- 8 Factors for Making Career Decisions

In this episode of Equal Chance To Be Unequal, Michael describes the 8 factors he uses when helping executives make difficult career choices. The 8 factors are a person’s communication profile, motivators, values, Intention Statement (personal mission), Ambition Statement (3 year goals), Value Proposition (personal brand), tangible and intangible advantages and disadvantages, and expected learning/growth ... Read More