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Discover the best bits of the best books read by people you admire. This is the podcast where brilliant people read the best two pages of a favourite book. Listen as authors, leaders, activists, academics, celebrities, and entrepreneurs dig in with MBS to explore the insights and ideas within. Whether it’s books that inspire leadership, change, self-development and growth, power, strategy, ambition, productivity, or creativity and innovation - this is hand-curated wisdom from people who know ...
 
I love to talk, I'm always learning and best of all, I always look for opportunities to share ideas and opportunities with people.Do you have a story, idea or event you want to share? Maybe you've got a business you'd like some help promoting or a service our listeners need to know about. Let me know and maybe you could be my next guest on an episode.Follow me on Instagram @dannynordin and send your message there.
 
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Let me be blunt: most of our learning experiences are TERRIBLE. They are not bad, just thoroughly, blandly, mediocre. I’m speaking specifically about learning in most organizations, and we’ve all had the experience of those courses that seem to suck the life out of us. But not every course, not every program. Magdy Karam is the Chief Learning Offic…
 
Whatever country you’re living in, perhaps you feel the divide between ‘us’ and ‘them’ is becoming sharper. And that chasm is getting wider, deeper, and more treacherous. Indra Adnan raises a provocative question in light of that: why are we invested in the failure of half of our society? Indra challenges the very way we do politics as an agent of …
 
We all have labels - some are given to us, and some, we give ourselves. Christa Couture says that how you word those labels can make all a difference. Christa is a brilliant woman with many labels: she’s queer, indigenous, disabled, a writer, a musician, a broadcaster, and a mother. In today’s show, she reveals how these labels do and do not define…
 
There’s a scene in the music mockumentary, This Is Spinal Tap, where one character reveals his amp collection. One, in particular, goes up to eleven -- not the usual ten -- for when you want to take it over the top. But what if you don’t play guitar? What if the thing you took to eleven was your curiosity about how life works? Author A.J. Jacobs is…
 
Failure is well and good in theory ... but how do we become comfortable with it in practice? Ashley Good knows. She calls herself a ‘full-time failure,’ and is the founder and CEO of Fail Forward, a consultancy centered around helping others to fail intelligently. She and I wrestle with the million dollar question: how can we begin to embrace and o…
 
We network, and we’re LinkedIn connected … and at the same time, we’re not known, and we’re not seen. We’re followed, and we’re following on social media … and still, we’re lonely. How do we find, build and nurture actual relationships? ‘Curve Benders,’ David Nour’s latest book, underscores how significant relationships are in our lives. In this co…
 
If you can imagine a painter, musician or dancer, then you can probably bring to mind where they do their work. A place to explore, create and make ...but how is that relevant to those of us in the world of organizations and corporations? Today’s guest, Jennifer Paylor, calls herself an artist and it’s not only because she sings and writes. She is …
 
“Living is easy with eyes closed Misunderstanding all you see It’s getting hard to be someone but it all works out It doesn’t matter much to me” How do lyrics from “Strawberry Fields Forever” become a doorway to a conversation about conflict and creativity? Ian Leslie, bestselling author, thought leader in human behaviour, and Beatles nerd digs int…
 
“Human resources” <= This phrase drives me NUTS! It’s a term so common that we’ve grown deaf to the mechanistic coldness of it. How will we ever build organizations that are people-centric and allow for human flourishing … if we consider people just resources? Leadership strategist Dan Pontefract is on the frontlines with me in the quest to shape c…
 
What is it to make a brave choice? Where do you find the courage to not only choose, but to then commit, to a decision and be content with it. This episode’s guest is Shannon Minifie, who’s made one very brave decision: to be the successor as CEO of Box of Crayons, the learning and development company founded by me. Shannon’s one of my favorite peo…
 
One of the most troubling trends among people who work for and in social change is the sense that you should not only do difficult (but rewarding!) work, but you should do it for scraps. It’s a mindset held by people in and outside of the movement, and it’s one of the reasons that it’s so hard to be a force for change. Today’s guest, Nell Edgington…
 
This won’t, unfortunately, be news to you: Each year, we consume the resources of 1.6 planet earths. We’re diminishing the environment, exhausting biological capital … and heading towards, well, who really knows... Is there hope? Yes. Is it up to you? Yes, at least partially. And where do we begin? By understanding what it takes to be a good ancest…
 
Have you ever felt like the only one? The outsider, alienated? In the workplace, women of color like Minda Harts are no strangers to feelings of isolation. Minda is the author of ‘The Memo: What Women of Colour Need to Know to Secure a Seat at the Table,’ a career guide for women of color. The advice she shares in the book is what she wished someon…
 
What does it take to start working towards a worthy goal? A goal that’s thrilling, important and daunting. Author Mason Currey might have an answer. Actually, answers. Mason’s writing focuses on the lives and routines of many renowned, creative minds. As a creative mind himself, he shares with listeners his process and the many elements involved in…
 
The pandemic has brought about an epidemic of loneliness. Human connection expert, Riaz Meghji is here to talk about fixing it. Riaz has 17 years of experience in broadcast television, covering current affairs, sports, entertainment, politics and business. In this episode, he shares insights he acquired along the way about retaining humility in an …
 
What does it take to be at the very top of your game? That’s something Octavia Goredema thinks about frequently. As the founder of Twenty Ten Agency, a media platform providing career coaching services, Octavia and her team strive to elevate career opportunities for under-represented professionals. She was also appointed a Member of the Order of th…
 
Have you ever fallen down a rabbit hole? When something catches your eye and you just have to follow it, finding yourself in a new world? It happens in business like it does in life, and Monika Jiang spends most of her time in a brand new world of business. Monika is a Millennial Activist and Head of Content and Community for the House of Beautiful…
 
Have you ever wondered what it’s like to be the CEO of a massive company? What do you do? What do you worry about? Michael Bungay Stanier is joined by his friend Dig Howitt, CEO and President of Cochlear, a medical device company that helps people hear and be heard. They have a conversation about modern business and what makes a company successful.…
 
The whole idea is to see what we become – not what we get. Is your Job bringing you closer to what you’re becoming? It’s really not what you can get out of your job, but what you can get through it that’s important. Personal development is the key to everything good.Read the entire article on my blog here: https://dannoor.wixsite.com/listenpodcastI…
 
In this episode, I go through some of the basic foundational ideas in our pursuit for success!If you're listening to this podcast on the Anchor app, join in the discussion or ask any question by sending me a message.If you would like to be my guest on an episode with any interesting topic, event or promotion happening in your area (ASEAN countries)…
 
In this Special Mother's Day episode, I speak to a Super Mama, Sarina Hasnal, who is the founder of a single mothers' support group @singlemamaspeak.bnShe goes through her ordeals as a single mother and shares what kind of help and support her growing group of Super Mamas can offer mothers (and maybe even some single fathers) who are facing similar…
 
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