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Whether you are feeling overwhelmed or absolutely ready to seize the moment, the Art of Dynamic Competence shows us how best align ourselves with whatever situation we find ourselves in, creating success in changing times. At its core, Dynamic Competence describes how we consciously understand the situations in which we find ourselves, allowing us to create equitable and balanced solutions for all concerned. Dynamic Competence is not static; it allows us to see our situation clearer, make be ...
 
Minds Worth Meeting, a podcast produced by Stern Strategy Group (R), connects you with experts and thought leaders at the forefront of today’s issues and tomorrow’s trends. Featuring the broad Stern Strategy Group client roster of influential innovators, researchers, thinkers and doers, Minds Worth Meeting covers a wide range of topics, industries and disciplines for the modern business strategist.
 
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Today we are joined by Chip and Laynette Evans. After the 2016 election, Chip and Laynette, along with a handful of progressive activists, founded Indivisible Northern Nevada. From their website, Indivisible is a nonpartisan, volunteer organization focused on advancing humanitarian values through applying consistent, informed and ongoing pressure, …
 
In Episode 22, we are talking with John Sagebiel. John received his Ph.D. at UC Davis in environmental chemistry and has spent a career really understanding the engineering behind clean environments and specifically how to create and maintain more sustainably built environments. An important event in the development of his career was the design, an…
 
In Episode 21, we are talking to Dr. Albert Lee, a tenor who was born and raised in New Haven, Connecticut, attended University of Connecticut, Juilliard School, and received his Doctor of Music at the Florida State University. He has taught at Troy University and University of Nevada at Reno. Most recently, Albert was hired by the Yale School of M…
 
Deborah Nielsen LMFT, ATF, joins us in Episode 20. Deb has an amazing 20 year plus psychotherapy practice that specializes in complex and family trauma. In her practice, Deb utilizes art therapy and mindfulness, cognitive behavioral therapy. She's also certified in EMDR, which stands for Eye Movement Desensitization and Reprocessing. She is also a …
 
In this episode, we are visiting with Elizabeth Monoian and Robert Ferry, founders of the non-profit Land Art Generator Initiative, also known by LAGi. LAGi was started in 2008 and has rapidly grown to become an international player in the conversations and solutions around our current transition to post-carbon economies. The Land Art Generator’s g…
 
Beginning as a fourth generation Nevadan, Jill Derby, Ph.D. has built a long and distinguished career, allowing her to work and visit amazing places all around the world. In this podcast, Jill will focus on issues regarding the sustainability of Higher Education to continue evolving as the beacon of our American Marketplace of Ideas. After completi…
 
In preparation for the second season of Art of Dynamic Competence, Tom and Susan explore how we can build a middle ground in these contentious times. Using the metaphor of a swinging pendulum, they ask not only what drives the swinging of the pendulum, but how can we slow it down. In this episode, they explore the role of Instinctual, reactive, Lev…
 
This episode is a reflection of Susan's latest trip to Florida to visit her mother, Mary May, as she was released from a recent hospital stay. Based on their readings and dialog, Mary and Susan wandered deeply into the concept of attachment; attachment to what serves us well as well as what no longer serves us at all. They also explored how to shif…
 
In this podcast, we’re continuing with the second part of our summary of the first 13 podcasts. In our last episode, we focused on preparing to engage with Dynamic Competence. Now Tom and Susan are going to talk about what goes into identifying problems and executing solutions. They’ll also review what prior podcast speakers had to say about this. …
 
As we mentioned in our very first introductory podcast, we've let a wide range of folks share their experiences in, and thoughts about, Dynamic Competence. So far, we’ve produced 13 podcasts, including the introduction and collected a lot of interesting information. Based on feedback from our listeners, Thomas May and I decided to create a summary …
 
In Podcast 13, we’re going to explore how to better understand the situations we find ourselves in, both within us and around us. This awareness is truly foundational to practicing the Art of Dynamic Competence. We are joined today by Bethany Crawley, who is doing some extraordinary work in somatic mindfulness and having great success with complex …
 
In this podcast, we’re taking a look at the ways that organizational dynamics often react to change and how change can be optimized. We’re joined by Ted Powell, Managing Partner/Co-Owner of Stop At Nothing, Inc., a leadership consulting firm, who believes that self-awareness and personal responsibility (or lack thereof) contribute more to success o…
 
In this podcast, we’re going to dive down deeper into the management of complex teams. In this case, we’re exploring how to build and support effective teams in ecological restoration with a strong focus on the people. We are joined by Carla Scheidlinger who has 30 years of experience in resource management and restoration from the perspectives of …
 
This podcast looks at how we unconsciously respond to social information. Lucas Molleman, Ph.D., who is currently at the University of Amsterdam, and his team at the Max Planck Institute for Human Development published a paper in 2020 on what happens when we are presented with information that is inconsistent or even contradictory to our expectatio…
 
Will Roger. Who We Think We Are. February 24, 2021. This podcast focuses on the distinction between “Who we think we are” versus “Who we really are”. We are joined by Will Roger; artist, author, teacher, innovator and environmentalist. As one of the Founders of Burning Man, Will was instrumental in developing the infrastructure that allows a city o…
 
This podcast focuses on a mix of climate change and ecological art, and how they both relate to Dynamic Competence. We’re focusing on the experiential ecological and landscape art of Helen and Newton Harrison. Helen and Newton were part of only a handful of globally acclaimed artists known as ecopioneers in the 1960’s and 70’s. In these early days,…
 
This episode explores how we absorb new information and the different ways that we can respond to that information. We will discuss three basic cognitive levels, Instinctual, Intentional, and Integral and how the perspectives that arise in each of these levels can affect what we see and think about new information. Both Thomas May and I wanted to i…
 
This episode focuses on mental fitness at the intersection of mental toughness, emotional intelligence, and mental health. I was interested in talking with Anthony Taylor not only because his shift in careers provides a nice model of how someone can reconstruct their future, his approach to mental fitness highlights some of the critical elements to…
 
This episode explores dynamic competence through ecological restoration. Scientists have clearly documented how the environment is always changing, eroding, reshaping and reforming itself. When humans show up, this rate of change is often accelerated, sometimes faster than living organisms can adapt. This is the core challenge of the climate change…
 
In this second part of her interview, we will dive deeper into a discussion of cognitive fitness with Dr. Fiona Beddoes Jones. We will explore characteristics of authentic leadership and discuss the possibilities of prosocial leadership in our lives. We’ll also talk with Fiona about the benefits and challenges of neurodiversity in the workplace and…
 
This episode focuses on Cognitive Fitness with Fiona Beddoes-Jones, Ph.D. Fiona has over 35 years of experience in the field of Cognitive Fitness, exploring how to support leaders to think more effectively; what she calls thinking in the right ways at the right time. Fiona has worked with a wide range of leaders and consultants in the UK with a var…
 
This episode explores applications of Dynamic Competence in construction focused companies. Traditionally, the construction industry has struggled to adapt to data-driven operations and more diverse workforces. Because of these challenges, exploration of any successful evolution in these companies tells us a lot about the value of an approach that …
 
Can large companies successfully innovate? The popular narrative is the bigger firms become, the less nimble and dynamic they are. Small startups are the disruptors, while big companies are doomed to being static and inflexible. But according to Gary Pisano of Harvard Business School, this is a myth: large businesses can be just as innovative as st…
 
Despite progress over the past few decades, women still face immense barriers to advancement in the workplace – both systemic and psychological. Women continue to command lower salaries and are under-represented in senior leadership roles across corporate America. How do women not only challenge their organizations to give them their due, but overc…
 
Neither poverty nor prosperity are permanent conditions for societies; poor countries have risen from hardship to wealth within decades. But, by and large, we lack an understanding of how that transformation takes place. In a recent, critically acclaimed book, “The Prosperity Paradox: How Innovation Can Lift Nations Out of Poverty” (HarperBusiness,…
 
From declining rural villages to the inner cities of the world’s great metropolises, ruined buildings and abandoned spaces stand waiting to be repurposed and revived. Doing so not only restores function to these structures but can potentially reinvigorate entire communities. In this episode, Minds Worth Meeting sits down with Dan Barasch, leading e…
 
As a business owner, you need to communicate with a level of authority. In this episode, Mick will explain what it means to have executive presence and share why it is so critical to leading and executing effectively. You will learn its role in the leadership of your business and whether it is a natural or learned skill. You can find show notes and…
 
More people from lower-income backgrounds may be going to college, but they continue to drop out at higher rates than their higher-income peers. They also struggle to manage both work and academics and face enormous levels of student-loan debt whether they graduate or not. One problem is that educators and policymakers have been focused only on acc…
 
Minds Worth Meeting, a podcast produced by Stern Strategy Group®, connects you with experts and thought leaders at the forefront of today’s issues and tomorrow’s trends – from artificial intelligence to strategies for business growth. Featuring the broad Stern Strategy Group client roster of influential innovators, researchers, thinkers, doers and …
 
One of the key wealth-building attributes is having a predictable client acquisition system. In this episode, Mick will discuss the importance of a predictable sales strategy that is massively effective over time. By observing the challenges faced by owners and salespeople, we are able to pinpoint some main issues and how to create the best solutio…
 
Sales is a mix of two main mentalities or types: hunters and farmers. In this episode, you'll learn the main qualities and characteristics of these two and how to get the most out of each. Mick is flying solo this week, and with 30 years of sales experience, he has plenty of perspective and industry insight to help you manage your salespeople more …
 
For this final episode in the Investor Ready Scorecard series, Andre and Mick talk about the importance of developing a winning formula for your business. They discuss what this means for your business in each stage, as well as how to target the right kind of customers in order to create sustainable success. You can find show notes and more informa…
 
So much time gets wasted within businesses when processes and procedures are not documented properly. In this episode, Andre and Mick share how implementing standard procedures is key to saving time, money and the sanity of your business. This attribute is one of the most important ways to not only get things running smoothly, but also get things r…
 
In this episode, Mick and Andre are continuing with the Investor Ready Scorecard and discussing how to set up a better management operating system. You want your organization to know what to do—with clarity—so they can get the job done well, and the operating system directly affects this. Mick and Andre talk about ways to improve this system and st…
 
Micromanagement is a big reason why owners and managers cause issues and stagnation in a business that is trying to grow. In this episode, Mick and Andre will address the main area where bottlenecks happen in business and why owners need to transition into a mindset that allows them to let go. They share tips on how management can be developed in a…
 
This episode is all about capital structure, or how you acquire capital to build your business. Mick and Andre talk about the two main sources of funding and explain how they work in the different stages of the investor ready scorecard. They bring clarity to the risk of debts you take on and how to manage your business in a way that gives you more …
 
The Investor Ready Scorecard is the barometer of business health. Mick and Andre are continuing the conversation on the different attributes of this scorecard, and this week, they're talking all about cash management and why this is so important to your business. They explain how cash management is a competitive asset and share tips on how to creat…
 
Mick and Andre have been touching on the importance of building your business into a money making machine in the past episodes, and in this one, they’re outlining how to do just that. They discuss what many business owners fail to see and where you need to be paying particular attention in order to discover the money making potential of your busine…
 
No business wants to be in the position where demand generation is consistently stressful, but so many are in this survival mode. In this episode, Andre and Mick will be discussing how customer acquisition can actually be quite predictable, and they share insight on how to make it that way for your business. Continuing on the theme of the Investor …
 
Now that they have given an overview of the 9 ways to score your business, Mick and Andre will be going over each in detail, one by one. In this episode, they discuss the opportunities and risks that are presented within your customer portfolio and how to manage it in an effective way. You will gain a better understanding of the phases the portfoli…
 
From their combined 60 years of working with business owners, Mick and Andre have seen some important patterns that can be great indicators of where your business is and where it can go. In this episode, they lay out the 9 attributes of an investor ready business. You will get their valuable insight on how to understand these attributes and how to …
 
Are you running a lifestyle business? Or is this a goal you have? When it comes to the sustainability of this model, much of what is important gets lost in the day-to-day needs and distractions of running the business, so today, Mick and Andre will explain the number one problem with lifestyle businesses, as well as what it takes to get to an inves…
 
In this episode, Mick and Andre continue sharing their research findings to reveal what differentiates successful companies from non-successful companies. Listen in to learn key differences in hiring and onboarding practices, management setups, and more. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://scienceofbusinesswealth.c…
 
In this episode, Mick and Andre discuss their research of over 150 companies and reveal what traits they discovered successful business owners had in common. Listen in to find out what characteristics these owners shared. Some of them may surprise you. You can find show notes and more information by clicking here: http://scienceofbusinesswealth.com…
 
Cash flow management is something that is so important to businesses and yet it gets overlooked and mismanaged too often. Within 1 year, 50% of businesses fail and within 10 years, 90% will fail. The main factor that causes failure in business is running out of cash. On this episode, Mick and Andre lay out the different ways that businesses get cau…
 
Managing and maintaining profits in a wise way is one of the most important aspects of running a successful business. Mick and Andre focus on the making money rule this episode and give a better idea of what the 30% rule is and why that is just the starting point. They point out some key areas where businesses make mistakes even while following the…
 
Growth is an important goal for most businesses but what happens when profits don’t match up? Andre and Mick explore what it means to have good growth and share what the most successful businesses focus on to ensure this good growth. They explain how you can avoid falling into the cash trap and protect your margins. You can find show notes and more…
 
Welcome to the first episode of the Science of Business Wealth podcast with Mick Holly and Andre Gien. This episode is where they lay out the vision for the podcast and entice you with tid-bits from the topics to come. If you want to build and grow a business that is full of impact and stands the test of time, you’re in the right place. You can fin…
 
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