Getting Your Energy Back with Emily Turnball

“If alcohol, sugar or food are your go to after a hard day at work and you’d like to break that habit, check out this short clip from a previous podcast episode with Emily Turnbull.”

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Being Intentionally Naive with Joshua Berry The Ben Morton Leadership Podcast

This week we’re talking about, and flipping, the idea of naivety with Joshua Berry. Joshua Berry is a world-class facilitator of change and author of  ’Dare To Be Naive: Thinking Bigger to Create Business Success and Joy’. He is also the Managing Director of Econic, an innovation, transformation, and strategy consulting company, and Certified B Corporation.   Joshua describes himself as someone dedicated to practicing unlearning, identifying limiting beliefs, and shifting business practices…hopefully you’ll get a little of that from this episode.    The Book Competition!:     Other Resources mentioned in this episode:  Joshua’s new book – Dare to Be Naïve:     We want to hear from you! Whether it’s a leadership question for Ben, some feedback on the show, or a guest suggestion, we’d love to hear from you. Whatever the reason for getting in touch, you can easily do it by clicking the link below that Ben will personally review. Mentioned in this episode:The FREE 10-4-10 CourseSign up today and sharpen your skills on, keeping your team motivated, effective delegation, planning and prioritization, handling Imposter Syndrome, and much more. It's my FREE online coaching course to help you become the leader that people want to follow.Click here for the 10-4-10 Coaching
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