The I’m Giving Notice Podcast

IGN-11 J.B. Glossinger: From Corporate Employee to World-Class Podcaster and Speaker

IGN-11 J.B. Glossinger: From Corporate Employee to World-Class Podcaster and Speaker

J.B. Glossinger is known for overdelivering to his clients and audiences. He certainly over-delivers in this podcast interview!

If your dream career isn’t working out for you, relax. It’s not supposed to happen easily or the first time around. In fact, J.B. shares how he failed at just about everything he tried as he made his escape from the corporate world. Success didn’t come quickly or easily, but the lessons from his journey will accelerate yours. Don’t miss a chance to learn from this enigmatic, engaging, and authentic motivator.

 

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • How to leverage the ease of failure into success
  • Why you’re “insane” if you think you don’t have the skills to succeed beyond your current job
  • That success isn’t about education; instead, it is about this…
  • How to break the rules and creating your own path
  • How to talk about your passion in the face of naysayers so that it strengthens your resolve
  • How to set your ego aside so it’s not holding you back from success
  • The solid advice J.B. received from Penn of Penn & Teller
  • How to know when you should give up
  • How focusing on money alone is a recipe for failure
  • The power of focusing on helping just one person
  • How to keep going, even when you don’t fully believe in your ideas
  • How to borrow beliefs that will help you to succeed
  • Why J.B. studies rock musicians as examples of success
  • The power of reading biographies
  • The power of posture and presence and how to create it
  • The relationship between health and wealth
  • How to deal with negative feelings
  • The power of action and deliberate practice
  • Why you should think about “jazz” instead of “balance”
  • What makes relationships work for a busy entrepreneur
  • Why some selfishness is required to make relationships work (everyone needs to hear this!)
  • How to stop other people from writing your story
  • The power of this moment

Favorite Quotes:

Success comes from imperfect action. -George Shepard

Thoughts are things, but beliefs make them so. Actions solidify those beliefs. -Prentice Mulford (adapted quote)

 Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

 

 

 

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IGN-10 Dale Irvin: Improving Life’s Big 3 with Humor

IGN-10 Dale Irvin: Improving Life’s Big 3 with Humor

Dale Irvin is the world’s only Professional Summarizer. And he’s amazing at it… so good in fact that he earns his full-time living doing it. Dale offers a unique perspective on Life’s Big 3. Plus he shares his own journey so you’ll know how he went from corporate employee to becoming The Professional Summarizer by doing what he loves.

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • The benefits of making business meetings fun
  • How some people’s success in a sales business, for example, is directly proportional to …
  • How Dale struggled as a stand-up comedian and hit the big time by changing his audience
  • How to appeal to a woman by making her laugh
  • The answer to the question: “Can anyone be funny?”
  • How to find humor in life (and a very funny example of something where you just can’t help but laugh)
  • Why you should try to make somebody laugh every day
  • An interesting perspective on what to do when you hate your job
  • The mindset that enabled Dale to succeed after getting fired from his job and becoming a comedian (while having a wife and a four-year-old to support)
  • How to maintain the important relationships in your life when career travel keeps you away from home
  • How you can improve all of Life’s Big 3 with laughter

Favorite Quotes:

Outside of a dog, a book is man’s best friend. Inside of a dog, it’s too dark to read.  -Groucho Marx

 Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

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IGN-9 Dr. Rick Goodman: From Chiropractor to Serial Entrepreneur

IGN-9 Dr. Rick Goodman: From Chiropractor to Serial Entrepreneur

Why is it that some people can’t think of a single job alternative, while others create one business after another? It’s all about keeping your eyes open and your beliefs.

Dr. Rick Goodman began his professional career as a chiropractor where he built multiple clinics and thrived. Yet many of the challenges he faced led to new business ideas that he had the courage to try. In this session, Dr. Rick talks about seeing the opportunities in front of you and creating a belief system to carry you to success. He says his key is learning how to do what other successful people have done.

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • The thinking that led Dr. Rick to venture into one business after another successfully
  • How and why he started a mega successful business, inspired by his being a healthcare professional, but very different
  • Some great examples to expand services you provide to similar businesses who can’t do what you can
  • How to find the time to create another business when you already have a busy career
  • Why you shouldn’t be afraid to hear “no” and what “no” often means
  • The power of “what if”

Favorite Quotes:

Success is just one idea away  -Dr. Rick Goodman

 Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

    • The Law of Success by Napolean Hill

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IGN-8 Dr. Joachim de Posada: The Marshmallow Principle is Key to Career, Relationship, & Health Success

IGN-8 Dr. Joachim de Posada: The Marshmallow Principle is Key to Career, Relationship, & Health Success

Whether you’re thinking about quitting your job to start a new business, improving your relationships, or optimizing your health, you might be wondering if there is some secret to succeeding.

There is no secret! But there are principles that work.

Dr. Joachim de Posada wrote several books that focus on one principle of success: The Marshmallow Principle. He discusses how to apply it to Life’s Big 3 so you can achieve the results that you’re after.

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • Why the Marshmallow Principle is one of the most important principles for success
  • How the original Marshmallow studies correlate with the subjects’ current success status
  • How to become a marshmallow-resistor
  • How the Marshmallow Principle impacts your health
  • How to devise strategies based on your own psychology to be healthier
  • How to get yourself to exercise
  • About the Marshmallow Principle and where to focus your time and attention
  • How the Marshmallow Principle impacts our relationships
  • Winning relationships by delaying gratification—Wow!
  • Why Joachim will answer the phone when his daughter calls…even in the middle of a speech in front of thousands of people
  • How the power of consistency affects relationships
  • How the book, Don’t Eat the Marshmallow…Ever was rejected 21 times before being published and selling over 3 million copies

Favorite Quotes:

If it is to be, it is up to me.  -William H. Johnsen

 Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

      • Don’t Gobble the Marshmallow…Ever! 

      • Keep Your Eye on the Marshmallow

      • How to Survive Among Pirhanas

    • How to Win Friends and Influence People   -Dale Carnegie

    • Emotional Intelligence  -Daniel Goleman

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IGN-7: Mark Levit – Former broadcast journalist & ad agency owner turned online marketer, and college professor

IGN-7: Mark Levit – Former broadcast journalist & ad agency owner turned online marketer, and college professor

If you’re looking to find another job, or even if you’re a college student wondering how to land that first job, Mark Levit provides some very helpful tips and strategies that allow you to differentiate yourself from a sea of sameness.

Mark is the living example of the words, “You never know where life will take you.” In the college classes that he teaches, he emphasizes real world skills over academic prose. Mark’s career took a very non-linear path, but each step taught him useful skills and opened doors to the next opportunity. An experiment in the new world of Internet Marketing in 1995 led to the development of an e-commerce site that took off and that Mark still owns 18 years later. There is a lot of hidden wisdom in this interview.

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • How early, seemingly unrelated work experience benefits you later in your career
  • How many college students confuse education with job-readiness
  • Why getting almost any job, networking, and identifying opportunities is a good strategy
  • Why HR departments are often the “job prevention department”
  • Some 21st century ways to circumvent HR departments and connect directly with hiring managers
  • The three things most hiring managers want to know you’re able to do based on your experience
  • How Mark “accidentally” created an Internet marketing site in 1995 (when almost no one knew what Internet marketing was) which grew into a thriving business that he still operates today

Favorite Quotes:

Never try to teach a pig to sing.  You’ll only frustrate yourself. And you’ll piss off the pig

 Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

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IGN-6 Dr. Paula Bloom Talks About Sex, Bad Boys, & Hating Your Job

IGN-6 Dr. Paula Bloom Talks About Sex, Bad Boys, & Hating Your Job

Brace yourself for this no-holds barred interview with Dr. Paula Bloom. We talk about sex, relationships, hating your job and….yeah, more sex!

Dr. Bloom is a practicing clinical psychologist, author, speaker and frequent on-air CNN contributor. She is called on by the media to offer perspective on a wide range of events and topics including national tragedies, international events and mental health topics such as happiness, resilience and relationships. Paula is the co-author of Why Does He Do That? Why Does She Do That? Two Relationship Experts Reveal the Naked Truth About Dating in the 21st Century. She has been a contributor to PBS’s This Emotional Life and The Huffington Post and has been featured in Glamour, Cosmopolitan, Woman’s Day and Men’s Health.

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • Why it seems that women don’t want sex as often as men
  • Why a woman during the heat of passion might not feel as sexy as her partner thinks she looks
  • Some of the key considerations that determine whether a woman wants sex or not
  • How to put your woman in the mood for sex
  • The best time to initiate foreplay (guys–it’s not when you think!)
  • Why some women are attracted to “Bad Boys”
  • Some of the underlying causes of men who are controlling
  • How to open your eyes to other career options when you hate your job
  • How mindfulness can change your life
  • Why we can’t control our thoughts and what to do instead
  • The benefits of meditation (even when you suck at it)
  • That getting to know who you are is not “woo-woo,” how to do it, and why it’s valuable to getting what you really want
  • About accepting who you are and why it’s important to your progress

Favorite Quotes:

“When someone shows you who they are, believe them.”  -Maya Angelou

“My mind is like a bad neighborhood, I try not to go there alone.”  -Anne Lamott

“Knowing who you are, makes it easier for you to ask for what you need, which makes it easier to actually have a likelihood of getting it.” -Dr. Paula Bloom

 Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

Dr. Bloom’s Book:  Why Does He Do That? Why Does She Do That?: ‘Two Relationship Experts Reveal the Naked Truth About Dating in the 21st Century’

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IGN-5 Janice Daphne- Author of “Divorce: The New Little Black Book”

IGN-5 Janice Daphne- Author of “Divorce: The New Little Black Book”

Divorce is not a pleasant subject, but for 53% of Americans, it’s a reality. Another reality is that divorce offers many opportunities, not the least of which is the opportunity to separate yourself from someone who is not right for you so you can find someone who is.

Janice Daphne, author of “Divorce: The New Little Black Book” shares tips from her book for those of you going through the process. While it’s written mainly for women, it provides good insight for men as well.

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • One of the key warning signs that your marriage (or relationship) is headed for trouble
  • The benefits of having friends in different time zones when you’re going through divorce
  • Why social media is not your friend during a divorce and what to use instead
  • That hate and rage and sideways is normal and you have to let it out
  • The first necessary steps once you decide to move forward with a divorce
  • A sound strategy for securing temporary support from your estranged spouse early in the process
  • What an F.U. fund is and why you need one
  • How to leverage “The Divorce Diet”
  • The best thing about divorce
  • Why forgiving your ex benefits you
  • Janice’s number one piece of advice for anyone going through a divorce

Favorite Quote:

Courage doesn’t always roar. Sometimes courage is the little voice at the end of the day that says I’ll try again tomorrow.” 
― Mary Anne Radmacher

 Links and resources mentioned in this episode;

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IGN-4 Branding Expert Bruce Turkel: Your Brand and Life’s Big 3

IGN-4 Branding Expert Bruce Turkel: Your Brand and Life’s Big 3

What is your brand?  Are you sure?

Everyone talks about branding, but the reality is that you don’t have as much control over your brand as you might think. You might be shocked to learn that it’s not your logo or jingle that creates your brand.

In this edition of The I’m Giving Notice Podcast, branding expert Bruce Turkel reveals the truth about branding and how you can influence your business and personal brand. He discusses how it impacts your relationships and how to create strategies to give you more brand control.

As a bonus, Bruce shares some valuable tips on how to manage your health when you’re a busy professional and more…

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • Common misconceptions about a brand
  • What is a brand?
  • How to control the way a brand is perceived with brand strategy
  • When the brand isn’t clear, people will go somewhere else
  • Why everyone has a “personal brand,” how it affects the way people see you, and how you can control your personal brand
  • The number one mandatory rule for building a brand
  • Why building your personal brand around yourself is a bad idea
  • A simple strategy for building a great personal brand
  • The critical importance of authenticity in a brand
  • Bruce’s non-secret for maintaining good health with a crazy-busy schedule
  • How to remove the obstacles that interfere with healthy habits
  • How to pair with others for accountability
  • Simple eating strategies to prevent you from eating junk food
  • How to escape in the moment with “flow”
  • The myth of balance between your personal life and your business
  • The difference between tools and strategies and not to confuse them

Favorite Quote:

You can’t bluff a man who’s not paying attention.

 Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

Building Brand Value: Seven Simple Steps to Profitable Communications by Bruce Turkel

The Mouth of the South by Bruce Turkel

The Next 100 Years: A Forecast for the 21st Century by George Friedman

How to Live: Or A Life of Montaigne in One Question and Twenty Attempts at an Answer by Sarah Bakewell

Bruce Turkel’s Website

Bruces Blog: TurkelTalks

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IGN-3 Dr. Helen Turnbull: How Your Unconscious Biases Affect Your Career, Your Relationships & Your Health

IGN-3 Dr. Helen Turnbull: How Your Unconscious Biases Affect Your Career, Your Relationships & Your Health

My guest on Episode 4 is Dr. Helen Turnbull. Dr. Turnbull is a thought leader on inclusion and diversity. She is also the recognized expert on Unconscious Bias. We discuss how unconscious biases affect the behaviors that impact our relationships and our health and how we perform at work.

In May 2013 she delivered a TEDx talk entitled, “The Illusion of Inclusion.” It will certainly have you thinking about your own biases.

Dr. Turnbull speaks all over the world for impressive clients that include Texas Instruments, JP Morgan Chase, Microsoft, Xerox, Miller Coors Brewing and Citigroup. She has earned the Certified Speaking Professional designation from the National Speakers Association, a designation that has been earned by less than 8% of the world’s professional speakers.

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • What unconscious biases are and how they affect our thinking and decisions
  • Why we all have unconscious biases
  • How the stories in our heads affect our actions
  • Why biases, risk aversion, and fear prevent people from taking the entrepreneurial leap
  • How to recognize and harness Inattentional Deafness
  • To recognize the consistent messages you are telling yourself and how ignoring them is a source of unhappiness
  • The three things you need in life to be happy
  • The one thing that will get you through the rough spots in your career
  • How ignoring your feelings compromises your health and happiness
  • The unconscious biases in the American healthcare system that determine the quality of care for people of different races and ethnicities
  • Why we expect people to conform to our level of thinking
  • How to keep our biases from hampering our decisions
  • That the first sign of having unconscious biases is when you believe you don’t have any

Quotes:

 Socrates said, “The unexamined life is not worth living.” I believe that the unchallenged brain is not worth trusting.  -Dr. Helen Turnbull

Links and resources mentioned in this episode:

Books:

Unconscious Bias – Blind Spots: An Interview on Unconscious Bias by Dr. Helen Turnbull

Privilege Power and Difference” by Allan Johnson

Microaggressions in Everyday Life: Race, Gender, and Sexual Orientation” by Derald Wing Sue

Links to Articles by Dr. Turnbull:

Website: http://www.humanfacets.com/

Bio: http://www.humanfacets.com/about/

Part I http://www.diversityjournal.com/12716-illusion-inclusion/
Part II http://www.diversityjournal.com/13318-illusion-inclusion-part-ii/
Part III http://www.diversityjournal.com/13763-affinity-bias-conundrum-illusion-inclusion-part-iii/
Part IV http://www.diversityjournal.com/13988-assimilation-hidden-plain-sight/

TED TALK https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zdV8OpXhl2g

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IGN-2 David Pollay: The Law of the Garbage Truck and Life’s Big 3

IGN-2 David Pollay: The Law of the Garbage Truck and Life’s Big 3

My very first guest on The I’m Giving Notice Podcast is author, speaker, and all around nice guy David Pollay.

David J. Pollay is a leader in the field of Positive Psychology and he is on a mission to help people live fulfilling lives every day at home and at work. He is the author and creator of the international blockbuster, The Law of the Garbage Truck®, now translated into twelve languages. People from more than 100 countries have taken his No Garbage Trucks! Pledge not to accept, create, and dump emotional garbage. His latest book, The 3 Promises, will be released by Sterling Publishing on October 21. People worldwide are becoming happier and more fulfilled when they include David’s The 3 Promises in their lives.

David is a leader in the field of Positive Psychology, serving as the co-founding associate executive director of the International Positive Psychology Association. He has held leadership positions at Yahoo!, MasterCard, Global Payments, and AIESEC. His inner-city literacy initiative is helping hundreds of children increase their love of reading.

If you follow David’s techniques that he shares in this episode, not only will you find yourself happier with the people in your life, they’ll feel the same way about you. Everyone tells you to “be happy.” David Pollay shows you specifically how to be happy.

Specifically, in this episode you will learn:

  • The Law of the Garbage Truck
  • How we dump on ourselves
  • How easy it is to be infected with someone else’s negativity
  • The things we do without knowing where we are essentially dumping others
  • The No Garbage Truck’s Pledge
  • How to let garbage trucks pass you by
  • Real-time forgiveness
  • Five principles to Let Go of negative thoughts from an experience
  • How to catch people at their best
  • The difference between venting and dumping
  • How you can use The Law of the Garbage Truck to deal with serious health issues
  • How The Three Promises can bring immediate fulfillment to your life instead of waiting for fulfillment to show up

 Links and resources mentioned in this episode:The No Garbage Trucks Pledge

David Pollay’s website

The No Garbage Trucks Pledge 

David Pollay’s TEDx Talk

The Law of the Garbage Truck: How to Stop People from Dumping on You by David Pollay

 

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