Episode 55: Delegating Work, Managing In A Hierarchy, And Becoming Objective And More (Podcast)

Episode 55: Delegating Work, Managing In A Hierarchy, And Becoming Objective And More (Podcast)

On this episode of In The Box Podcast we discussed how to get a workaholic to delegate their work, how to manage a friendship with your superior at work, one way to reduce your spending, if quantity of experiences trumps a quality experience and if it’s possible for one to be objective about a situation they are in. Enjoy.

Episode 55: Delegating Work, Managing In A Hierarchy, And Becoming Objective

Quantity vs quality – When it comes to experience, it seems more experience is valued more than a single quality experience. Do you get that vibe? Why?

Delegate – How do you get someone to delegate their work instead of taking it all on themselves?

Hierarchy – How do you manage someone at work being your superior but not treat them as superior to you as a human?

Budget – What is one place in your budget you can quickly reduce your spending?

Bonus – One suggestion you have for someone trying to be objective about a decision?

 

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Episode 54: Leaping, Forgetfulness, Being Human And More (Podcast)

Episode 54: Leaping, Forgetfulness, Being Human And More (Podcast)

On this episode of In The Box Podcast we gave advice to those who are about to take a leap, discussed what it means when someone says one needs to be “more human,” what we buy online, how to respond to someone who you were supposed to follow up with weeks ago and not one, but two tips on how to not stress out about not remembering an idea you didn’t write down. Enjoy.

Episode 54: Leaping, Forgetfulness, Being Human And More

Leaping – What advice do you have for people who are about to take a leap?

Being human – What does it mean when someone says to be human?

Online – What do you buy online?

Forgetfulness – How do you respond if you forget to communicate with someone you said you were going to communicate with?

Bonus – You think of a great idea but can’t write it down — one tip on how to not fret if you can’t remember the idea later?

 

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Episode 50: Recognizing You’re Off Balance, Apologizing Later, Being Hard On Yourself And More (Pocast)

Episode 50: Recognizing You’re Off Balance, Apologizing Later, Being Hard On Yourself And More (Pocast)

On this episode of In The Box Podcast we talked acting now and apologizing later, noticing when your life is off-balance, whether it’s right to be hard on yourself or not, how important it is to have support from people around you, and we ended with a thorough reflection on the last 50 episodes.

Episode 50: Recognizing You’re Off Balance, Apologizing Later, Being Hard On Yourself And More

Apologizing later – What’s your take on “act now, apologize later” — is it right?

Balance – What is one way to recognize your life is off-balance (before it gets too bad)

Self love – One tip on how to not be hard on yourself?

Believe – How important is it to have others believe in you?

Bonus – Reflection on past 50 episodes

 

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Episode 10: Verbal Commitment, Purpose, Moving On And More – Podcast

Episode 10: Verbal Commitment, Purpose, Moving On And More – Podcast

On this episode of In The Box Podcast, we talked about the mental battle of doing something new, how important verbal commitment is, why people settle, the purpose of life, holding on to your pass vs moving on, and more on self-worth. Enjoy

Episode 10: Verbal Commitment, Purpose, Moving On And More

New/Change – what is the biggest impediment to someone doing something new or changing?

Verbal commitment – How permanent or official should a verbal commitment be?

Settling – In one sentence, why do people settle?

Purpose – What is the purpose of life?

Moving on – What’s your take on moving on versus holding your past with you?

Self-worth – How can someone increase their self-worth or solidify it?

 

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The Biggest Lesson Blogging Has Taught Me

The Biggest Lesson Blogging Has Taught Me

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People grow at a phenomenal rate.

That’s my nice way of saying people change, goals change, hopes change, circumstances change, problems change, purposes change.

The way I wrote is way different from how I write now. When I started blogging I wrote longer posts and made them more personal because I knew no one would be reading them and I was finding my way. Now I write shorter, more to-the-point posts in a way that is, quite frankly, safe. This will change in the coming year, the coming week, the coming few days.

Blogging is my business, it’s my foundation for acquiring social capital, and any successful business reinvests in itself.

My blog is the best place to see where I’ve been and to find patterns to see where I’m going. Right now, I’ve been about equally satisfied with my blog posts as I have been dissatisfied. To most readers, they may question why I bother blogging if I’m not satisfied with half the material I produce.

It goes back to what I said was my biggest lesson from blogging. Things change, and if we document, reflect, imagine different executions to past events, we can change for the better.

The only way to go once you blog is up.

Consider blogging for the new year that is fast approaching. And feel free to reach out to me to get set up, to get accountability, to get motivated about writing. thegarthbox@gmail.com or @thegarthbox

 

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An Ounce Of Truth

Little ideas are the key to success.

This may be just an ounce of truth, but 15 more ounces and you have a pound.

For the heck of it, here’s 28 ounces, 25 more, and 5 more. That’s more than three pounds of truth.

 

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5 Ways To Be Happy If You Die Tomorrow And 5 Ways To Be Miserable

You would die happy tomorrow if you ______ today

1) Do something you are afraid of

2) Go the extra mile for just one person

3) Give to the world what you think isn’t good enough

4) Go for a walk (no phone, no headphones)

5) Do anything on this list

 

You would die miserable tomorrow if you _____ today

1) worry about tomorrow

2) let someone else decide what you do

3) spend all your time with people you don’t love

4) stick to routine

5) Do anything on this list

 

Stay Positive & Now Switch “Die” With “Live”