Joining us today on A Life and a Living Podcast is Michelle Natalya Moore, a fascinating lady with an equally fascinating career and insight on the trending problem with attention. Founder of MindEQuity Inc. Michelle helps organizations discover their weaknesses and guides them in not only treating attention as an asset but how to harness it for success. How much time is wasted each week by yourself and your team? You may be surprised.
In an incredibly relatable conversation, today’s guest openly discusses his own struggles and how he came to reclaim his life. Thomas Anderson, a Swedish entrepreneur, change manager, author, speaker, and coach, joins us on a Life and a Living Podcast to help us create our own space and learn the steps to take to help ourselves in times of struggle.
Today’s interview is primarily about his new book and I am excited to share that Don goes through each of the five steps that he writes about in his book. So listen to today’s episode for a sneak peek into what is awaiting for you in September 2021. In addition, Don also dives into his practical tips and tricks for prioritizing, taking control of endless virtual meetings, and overall personal productivity. His background and experience in the corporate world make this interview very realistic and down to Earth, as Don truly knows what it is like to be in your shoes.
Today’s guest on A Life and a Living Podcast is Steve Orrin, the Federal CTO at Intel. Steve is a recognized expert and frequent lecturer on enterprise security and has a background as a serial entrepreneur. During a time where cybersecurity is constantly changing and new risks are developed on a daily basis, Steve and others in similar positions are working hard on cybersecurity innovation.
Today’s guest is no stranger to A Life and a Living Podcast. We’ve heard from him before and I’m thrilled to have him back to continue learning his business strategies. Miha Matlievski has an amazing story, coming from a series of failures and working hard to keep going.
Normally on A Life and a Living Podcast, I have a guest that I am interviewing. This episode, however, we are doing something slightly different. Yes, I have a guest. But it is less of an interview and more of a conversation with my friend and colleague, John O’Gorman.