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Join me Kevin Miller as I interview entrepreneurs, business owners and experts who share their stories and insight on how to be successful in business. Listen and learn as we have fun discussing their business journey from start up's to multi million dollar enterprise. I enjoy learning from the many high profile guests I have been fortunate enough to interview and I hope you do too. As a successful business owner and entrepreneur, I believe that we never stop learning. ' Every day is a schoo ...
 
The Ziglar Show is about professional development for those working for something bigger than themselves. Join host Kevin Miller and renowned guests as they discuss business, sales, professional performance, faith, and the Zig Ziglar legacy of, “You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help enough other people get what they want.” | 51 million downloads along with Kevin Miller's "True Life" (health & wellness) and "Motive" (personal development) podcasts.
 
Everything you do comes from the vehicle of your physical body and mind. If they are compromised so are all your efforts. "Health, wellness and fitness" are merely means to an end. The end is your personal success. This show exists to bolster and elevate your well being so you can effectively and efficiently pursue what you want in work and life. The key to your wellness is your awareness. Join host Kevin Miller and Randy James, MD | 51 million downloads along with Kevin Miller's "Motive" (p ...
 
Admit it... Agile is difficult. Some of the processes (e.g., Scrum, XP, Kanban, etc.) may seem simple, and they are at first blush. Most of us can understand, and even get quite good at the process of Agile (DOING Agile). But what about BEING Agile? This is the other aspect of Agile, which is likely even more difficult to master. In each episode, we'll dive deep into how to BE Agile (through behavior modification, and mindset shifts). We'll help you improve through conversations and shared s ...
 
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Selling his house to fund Perth's Internet Startup in 2017 and then building towers to deliver faster internet to WA, Stephen Cornish shares his start up journey. Listen in as we chat business, scaling the organization and his motivation behind taking the punt and ' Fixing the internet' With a recent ASX valuation of the business at $66 Million, th…
 
How to run. Specifically, how to run without injury and keep running into old age. We’re advocating running simply because it’s one of the easiest exercises that can be done nearly anywhere and anytime with little to no equipment required. So many people who would run however, do not. Even those who used to at an elite level. The reason? Aches and …
 
Zig Ziglar cites a study done by the Thomas Jefferson Center where they compiled the top 15 values common in all the world’s great civilizations and religions. The values were: Wisdom, integrity, love, freedom, justice, courage, humility, patience, industriousness, thriftiness, generosity, objectivity, cooperation, moderation, optimism. I wanted to…
 
We think of comedians as people who are funny, however I feel the laugh is just a symptom of a deeper reality. They connected with our emotions. It’s one of the most impressive skills I’ve seen and in this episode I am joined by Michael Jr for the second time. He has a new book titled, “Funny How Life Works” but as we talked the headline that came …
 
Our guest in this episode is Gil Broza, Gil is founder and principal at 3P Vantage. Close to 100 organizations seeking Agile transformations, makeovers, or improvements have relied on his pragmatic, modern, and respectful support for customizing Agile in their contexts. We chatted with Gil about reasons why companies fail at "going Agile." It is es…
 
When your phone or computer is always on, always running multiple programs, it gets bogged down. We often power it down and reboot. As humans we get this. We seek relief and rest. But now think about upgrading the operating system on your phone. You shut down every program, power the phone down, then allow the operating system to be updated and upg…
 
During this time of pandemic I wanted to know where people were literally spending their hard earned dollars toward business growth. I asked the audience, “What have you spent money on to learn about business or grow your business in the last 24 months? Books, Courses, Seminars/Conferences, Coaching/Consulting, or anything else. There were many tes…
 
A working mom with two kids and writing a book. She hit burnout and needed a breakthrough. I'm back with Erica Dhawan who was with me in episode 883 to talk about digital body language, the title of her new book. She decided she wanted to be someone who woke up excited, so she made a new plan for her life. She changed her daily habits to allow for …
 
In this episode, we chat with the one and only Gunther Verheyen. Gunther has quickly gained worldwide acclaim as a strong proponent of the Scrum Values. The values, and Agile principles for that matter, are often largely overlooked by organizations that choose to adopt Agile for their software delivery method. He is on a quest to instill a more hum…
 
Something we all have to a degree is trauma. Which is simply a distressing or disturbing experience. The reality is our past traumas, especially in our early upbringing, latch on and often negatively affect our health. Tana Amen is a New York Times bestselling author, a neurosurgical ICU trauma nurse, a world-renowned health and fitness expert, and…
 
“When you sit down in the morning to your work and feel a bit lacking, what do you do? Do you just push forward and slog it out or do you work on motivating yourself?” This is the question I posed to the Ziglar audience. Zig Ziglar was the Grandfather of motivation and in this show I play a three minute clip which includes his classic quote, “Peopl…
 
I have a wake up call for you. It sure woke me up. We all have a digital personality and we don’t realize it. We look at text, email, and even video such as zoom as communication tools. But as Erica Dhawan tells us in this episode, over 70% of our business communication is electronic instead of face to face. So 70% of our relationships are formed d…
 
Worldwide appeal! The final episode in this 3 part series on the popular Scrum Lake. Co-creators Ryan and John discuss the appeal and impact of Scrum Lake on so many. It can be dark and murky at the bottom of the lake. But should I be afraid? Maybe. Maybe not. Others are there to see you through it. Oh ... and these guys put me to the test with a c…
 
How to breathe. Isn’t that odd. I, like you, figured I knew how. For 50 years I’ve been breathing air in and continuing to live. I was a pro cyclist and seemed to breathe pretty proficiently. What more do I need to know? Turns out there is a lot to know if we want to be fully functioning. In this show Dr James and I discuss the message of the book,…
 
Have you ever heard this? “The hard work of positive thinking.” Zig Ziglar was the royal king of positive thinking and I play a clip where he shares its power in our lives, but also the reality that it won’t enable you to do anything. To take it further, I asked our audience, this question, “Do you feel someone is either inherently positive and hop…
 
We all have patterns in which we interpret and therefore respond to the world. This positively and negatively influences every relationship in our lives. The relationship with ourselves (self-image), with others, and with our spiritual faith. Beth McCord is a renowned expert in the Enneagram, which is a map for self-discovery and personal growth ba…
 
Diving into the lake! Episode 2 in this 3 part series on the popular Scrum Lake. Co-creators Ryan and John discuss the foundation of Scrum: the values, and empirical theory. We talk about why having a solid bedrock is so important to be successful in an Agile environment. If you've not heard of Scrum Lake until now, you'll want to catch this series…
 
Food is like money. We can’t do without it. Food is not good or bad. So we either have a good and healthy relationship with it and invest wisely, or we have a poor relationship with it and it’s a thorn in our side. We are losing the war with food in America and in this show we highlight a reality of our true and real addiction with food. All of us …
 
Carmen Braidwood is THE Confidence on Camera Coach. After over 20 years as a Perth TV presenter and radio host, she definitely knows how to help you articulate your message and get it out there on video. Not only does she know her stuff, but she is a lovely person and would be great FUN to work with, so check her out. You are going to hear us discu…
 
“For your business, do you need increased marketing exposure to attract more prospects or better sales conversion with the prospects you are already attracting?” This is the question I posed to our Ziglar audience. People responded with needs for one or the other or both of course, but the discussion Tom Ziglar and I brought up was sequentially we …
 
Just dipping my toe in! Episode 1 in this 3 part series on the popular Scrum Lake. Co-creators Ryan and John discuss why they created it, who it is for, and what all the fuss is about. We discuss how this simple lake metaphor has appealed to many from all over the world, including me. My two UK mates and I have a great time hanging out at the shall…
 
Should you start or have a podcast? We’re at a time when no communication platform is growing more. It wasn’t long ago when we had a couple hundred thousand podcasts but as you’ll hear in this show we’ve now eclipsed 2 million. It has an incredibly easy entry point and you can get in with little cost and effort. The audience for podcasting continue…
 
Here is what we truly believe is the number one tactic you can use for your physical healing. If you have a chronic illness or disease, I’m bringing you the best medicine possible. And I’ll preface it by saying...I don’t like it either. I’ve broken bones, and I don’t like wearing a cast to heal. But I do. I’ve dealt with psychological things and se…
 
This one is a bumper episode with three awesome in studio guests - Paul Woodcock, Mark Gill and Marky Salinas. Amazing value for you to hear from these great people offering their business stories to share. If you are local to Perth, you will be familiar with Leapfrogs Cafe and Wanneroo Botanic Golf. Have you ever wondered how this fantastic family…
 
How we can we better respond to the things in our work we can not control? I play a clip from Zig Ziglar where he talks about the circumstances and people in our lives we just can’t control, and how we can better respond to them when they, as you’ll hear Zig say, “drop the ball.” But goodness did Tom Ziglar and I get into some interesting branches.…
 
I bring you what I have found, across the board, to literally be THE most effective life-success tactic. You’ll notice I said “life success”, as in success in your life overall. If you only want to succeed in making money, while this tactic does provide the best overall chance, I have seen people make a lot of money without utilizing it well. I’ve …
 
Known as the “Pragmatic Manager," Johanna offers frank advice for tough culture problems. In this episode, we chat a bit about her new book, Modern Management Made Easy, a three volume set. Johanna explains why no one's intentions are enough to create an agile culture. Only our behaviors can create that culture. Which behaviors does the environment…
 
The fight against cancer began around 1970, the year I was born. Culturally we’ve treated cancer like an insidious evil that is hunting us as a predator and we are its prey. It gets you or it doesn’t, you catch it or you don’t. Yet the science does not back this up. Do genetics contribute? 5-10% possibly. The main issue is what we are doing to our …
 
“What makes you feel secure about yourself? What keeps your self-image in check even if you are unduly criticized?” If you feel this should be a simple, easy answer...the responses showcase it is not. And as you’ll hear in the show, it sure is not for me as well, or Tom Ziglar who joined me. But becoming acutely aware of what threatens your securit…
 
The success habits of David Horsager, my guest from episode 873 where we talked about trust, his platform and area of mastery. Not how to be trustworthy, but how to ensure people view you as trustworthy. David shares the habits that helped him lose 50lbs in five months and how he’s kept the weight off. Though today he doesn’t deprive himself of cer…
 
Iris Smit is a WA Beauty Entrepreneur and a female business success story. After identifying a problem with women's makeup, she created a product from scratch from home and scaled the business into a multi million dollar international enterprise - The Quick Flick. Iris is awesome and shares some real answers and insight into the process in an open,…
 
Doing something one way for a while (or a long, long while) and then changing to another way can be daunting. For some of us, it can feel impossible. Especially if you need to shift your behavior on many levels. In this episode, we talk with my friend, Kevin Williams, who made the successful switch from PM to SM. He'll explain why he made the switc…
 
Parkinson’s Disease. Like every illness, disease, and malady it is on a drastic rise in America. And it’s no longer the old man’s issue, but is being rapidly experienced in the 30-50 year old range of men and women. As we discuss in all our discussion of illness and disease, there are lifestyle issues at work. But different than most other issues w…
 
Tom Ziglar and I tackle the issue of happiness. I asked my audience how in control of their happiness do they feel they are. A majority of course said 100%, but I actually pushed back on that. Even if you believe you have control, are you able to harness that control? If I asked if most everyone felt they could run a 5k in under 25 minutes I think …
 
Trust. In today’s culture more than ever trust is the number one asset of success. But listen closely, we are all doing it wrong, to some degree. We inherently think of trust as something you have and are, or don’t have an are not. Most everyone hearing this will believe themselves to be trustworthy because they are honest, moral people who live wi…
 
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