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A weekly podcast featuring interviews with pilgrims from around the world who have walked the many paths to the remains of Christ's Apostle St James in Santiago de Compostela in northern Spain. Hosted by Sydney broadcaster and producer Dan Mullins, My Camino - the Podcast explores pilgrims' motivation for undertaking their Camino, what they carried, where they stayed, how far they walked each day and many other questions. Dan and his guests also explore the mystical nature of the Camino ~ an ...
 
Team Anywhere’s mission is to uncover Leaders on the Front Lines that are building teams and cultures where the majority of the workers are dispersed throughout the city, state, country, or world. We explore how these remote leaders foster engagement through trust, authenticity, and a sense of community. Ultimately, we are uncovering the new skills and practices that leaders must take on to connect, inspire, and transform their teams to compete in the new dispersed global economy.
 
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Melanie and I are regular correspondents; we share ideas and views and reminisce about our Camino journey. I love her enthusiasm and passion for pilgrimage. Her blog is a snapshot of her depth of thinking in terms of her journey. You are invited to share her Camino at camino-to-go.com. The village on the Calzada Romana is called "Calzadillas de los…
 
On today’s podcast, we interview Bert Sarkkinen, founder and owner of Arrow Timber Framing. Inside this episode, he shares with us that the secret to creating committed virtual teams is to embrace humility in leadership. As leaders practice humility, they’ll place a greater emphasis on listening rather than speaking and be more open to experimentin…
 
Leaders around the globe are in the midst of creating their return to work plan during the COVID-19 pandemic, requiring both vigilance and flexibility to navigate uncharted territory. Inside today’s episode, we have a brilliant conversation with Rachel Casanova, on things to consider when approaching your back to work plan. This reboarding phase is…
 
Sean Gallagher began walking Caminos in 1999. He never stopped. He's recently launched a YouTube series offering advice for existing pilgrims and people wanting the best advice before stepping onto the trail. I thoroughly enjoyed our chat, and know you will too. Just Google 'Sean Gallagher Camino' and you'll find him. Buen Camino, Dan…
 
Storytelling is one of the most in-demand and underrated skills for leaders to discover in 2021. In this week’s podcast, we interviewed Yamini Naidu, economist turned master business storyteller. The new hybrid and virtual workplace will be new, challenging and definitely a more emotional game. The greatest leaders and managers will engage their wo…
 
Today on the podcast we interview Nick Petrie, Author of Work Without Stress: Building Resilience for Long-Term Success. Whereas many teams fail under stress there are certain teams that build resilience and can actually thrive under stressful conditions. Nick shares with us the secrets of how hybrid and virtual teams confront today's turbulence, f…
 
On today’s episode we interview Hannah Berson, Founder and CEO of the Design Thinking Consultancy, SALT Collaboratory. Design Thinking is a human-centered approach to creative problem solving. Hannah introduces us to Design Thinking and to MURAL, an online tool that allows people from all over the world to collaborate in a creative, productive and …
 
There's a good reason why Adventures by Disney has the highest guest satisfaction rate of any vacation package that Disney offers. We're are thrilled to be joined this week by some of our podcast listeners, the Sprung family! We'll be chatting about one of Adventures by Disney's best itineraries, South Africa, and why it should be on your travel bu…
 
What if you took the details of the most memorable experiences you’ve had and integrated that into work? How did that experience make you feel? What did you get through that experience? What is it that made you walk away and continue to share that experience with others? Inside this episode, we interviewed Experience Strategist and former head of V…
 
My friends, Susi and Fermin run Casa Susi at Trabadello just outside Villafranca del Bierzo. It's a small albergue of 12 beds, surrounded by flowers and vegetables planted by the hosts. They trade in summer and love. They welcome everyone....and open their hearts to all. This is not just a story about the Camino, it's a story about life....and love…
 
In today's episode, we interview Gwen Stirling Wilkie, author of From Physical Place to Virtual Space. In this episode, she emphasizes that our team meetings will need to be more purposeful, build stronger connections and be open to new ways to collaborate and co-create. Inside this episode you’ll learn about eight common mistakes leaders make when…
 
Organizational culture is built deliberately and differently in top performing remote companies. In this episode, we interviewed Brett Putter, author, culture expert and CEO of CultureGene. Brett shares with us details into his research for his most recent book, Own Your Culture: How to Define, Embed and Manage your Company Culture. Brett researche…
 
They say there are three stages to the Camino. First is physical, then mental, then spiritual. Well, Cathay Reta walked to commemorate three stages of her life. She wanted to know what the third stage was going to be ....and she found out. It's all about loving yourself.By Dan Mullins
 
According to Denise Jacobs, Author of Banish Your Inner Critic, one of the greatest ways to strengthen a hybrid or virtual team is to lower the fear of failure and encourage people to bring out their creativity. Everyone has their unique creative gifts and by supporting your team to unleash theirs. Denise's most powerful strategy to unleash creativ…
 
The future of work will resemble today's most coveted theme parks. You won't go to work every day, but you will be transported through an immersive employee experience. Leaders will immerse their teams in story. HR departments will be the designers of immersive employee experience. Companies will gather for events and meetings in a much more engagi…
 
Bryan Steward walked - and crawled - the Camino. We talk about accepting help from others. Bryan refuses to let his disability define him. He knows what his future holds, but he won't let it dictate his reality. A wonderful journey of the heart....and a body that's not going to always carry him.By Dan Mullins
 
If you're shopping around online or in the Disney parks, most likely you are going to find a lot of variety in merchandise for your favorite Disney characters. You'll never run short on Mickey merch, but what about some love for the little guys, huh?! This week we talk about our favorite Disney characters that need more merchandise.…
 
Kate Paine hosts a series of YouTube videos talking about issues like 'what if I only have two weeks to walk the Camino?' and 'what does a typical day look like on the Camino?'. I love the videos. I also love Kate's energy. Let me introduce you to the wanderlusting lawyer!!!!!By Dan Mullins
 
In today’s episode, we interview Lexy Thompson, author of the recently released book, The Power of a Graceful Leader. In the book, Lexy shares strategies to break through the ceiling that many leaders don’t want to face to reach higher levels of engagement and success. This ceiling involves deep, introspective work that demands a different mindset.…
 
Join us this week as we time travel back to 90s Disney World and visit the set of Thunder in Paradise, starring the one and only, Hulk Hogan! We'll take a look at some of the locations around the parks that were used for this short-lived television show. It's going to be a blast, "Brother!"By Matt Appleby and Susie Bryan
 
Meg walked a Camino of discovery in 2019 and kept a blog to diarise the journey. She was convinced to write a book on her return. The result is the five-star rated 'Slow Your Roll: Ruminations and Reflections On My Walk Across Spain. We talk about motivation, pilgrim miracles ....and walking with wings.…
 
Is there a connection between leadership and mindfulness? Is there a connection between profitability and mindfulness? What is the benefit of mindfulness on a remote team? And why is it crucial now more than ever? Today we interview Dr. Keren Tsuk to uncover the importance of Mindfulness Based Leadership. We are in the midst of huge transformation …
 
In this episode of Team Anywhere, we interviewed Generational Expert and Author of Second Wave Millennials, Warren Wright. Warren uses his experience from his work at Gallup to help bridge the divisive gap between generations in the workplace. Why Teamwork is Important in this Multi-Generational Work Environment Inside Warren’s research, 75% of the…
 
Celebrating birthdays, anniversaries, and other special milestones are always fun to do at Disney. You've probably seen people wearing the "I'm Celebrating" buttons around the parks. But what if you could make those celebrations even more special. This week we chat about ways to celebrate at Disney that you couldn't even imagine were possible.…
 
There is a battle going on between humans and technology. How can we humans differentiate ourselves in a world of digital technology and machines, particularly artificial intelligence? If you’re leading virtual calls, one of your main concerns is how well you are doing at keeping the attention of the people in this meeting. If we lose they’re atten…
 
Laurie is a coordinator of the North California Chapter of Americans Pilgrims on the Camino. She's also the creator of thecaminoprovides.com, celebrating el Camino de Santiago and the pilgrims' journey. We talk about her passion for yoga and mindfulness and finding your spirit on the Way. You can also find Laurie at her yoga and wellness site lferr…
 
You can actually create stronger levels of engagement in online meetings than you can in in-person meetings. How can you do that? Well, one of the biggest keys has to do with intentional design. The reason why you can create stronger levels of engagement comes down to your ability to break people into their own breakout rooms instantaneously, much …
 
Remote teams around the globe have been under one giant cloud zoom fatigue since last March. Remote leaders must face the fact that it’s been almost a year since they’ve been leading virtual meetings, and to get real with really asking themselves if they are creating engaging virtual meetings. This week, we’re releasing part one of our 2-Part episo…
 
I've said many times, Canadians make great pilgrims. They're sociable, fun-loving, adventurous and super-friendly. Rocco Rossi emailed me to say he'd been binge listening to the podcast in lockdown. I had no idea he had such a wonderful story to tell. Enjoy this podcast pilgrims. It's magic.By Dan Mullins
 
This is the second time Steffen A Pfeiffer has been on the podcast. I wanted to hear what it's like on the Camino NOW. I wondered how he and his hosts have coped with the pandemic. He provides wonderful insight and in depth analysis of pilgrimage.....love.....a journey.....and pictures.By Dan Mullins
 
Bob Scheidt has walked more than 125,000 miles in the last 35 years. He's walked right across America; AROUND America; and most of the native American trails as well. His is an inspirational story because he's overcome the odds to choose to live rather than waste away. His is a dream we all share.By Dan Mullins
 
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