How do you find your purpose?
We live in a society where we’re bombarded with stimulus. Now more than ever before, we’re plugged into a rapidly evolving wired world. The dings, rings and buzzes that emanate from our smartphones seem to only stop when we forget Read More
A few weeks ago, I bumped into an old friend of mine, a political blogger. I was taken aback when he mentioned to me that he was ready to give it up. “I’m done,” he shrugged, his voice defeated. He was fed up with the steady barrage of online criticism Read More
If your New Year’s resolutions involve adding zeros to the end of your pay check, you’re in good company.
A CareerBuilder survey shows that 57 percent of workers are dissatisfied with their salary.
Unfortunately, most of us cringe at the prospect of having “the Read More
Dan Price, “The worlds most altruistic boss”, has been praised for setting the minimum wage in his company to $70,000 and fighting against income inequality. Recent reports show that he may not be as altruistic as he seems.
Time and again we learn that things aren’t Read More
International bestselling author, Bob Burg joins Charlie to discuss his uber popular book, “The Go Giver” and it’s in five laws to increase your personal effectiveness and professional success.
Bob shows how giving is the pathway to a successful business, and how the Read More
How do you deal with haters and online critics? People say and do things online that they would never do face to face. In this episode of #TheAskCharlieShow, Charlie shares tips on overcoming negative feedback, letting go, and using it as a way to improve and grow.
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This week we’re taking a deeper look at what drove Vice President Joe Biden’s decision not to run for President of the United States. Did Hillary Clinton’s success at the Democratic Debate scare supporters?
As Joe Biden himself put it, “We’re out of time”.
How Read More
The second season of The Boardroom kicks off with the phenomena of Voluntary Discomfort and how it leads to a better, more productive life. Contrary to popular belief, it’s not comfort that we should be looking forward to, but discomfort. In this week’s show, we take Read More
Do you want to find your purpose in life? We all do. We’ve been told that finding our purpose is the key to being content and happy. In this episode of #TheAskCharlieShow, we discuss finding our purpose. And it turns out we’ve been looking for it in all the wrong Read More
One of the hardest conversations we have at work is about our salary. Asking for a raise is uncomfortable and so most employees never end up mustering the courage to do it until they are dissatisfied or on the brink of leaving. In this episode of #TheAskCharlieShow, Charlie Read More
All of us have had an “ah ha” moment, a time when an idea popped into our mind and provided the insight that we immediately knew that could change our lives. For most it stays there, an idea, an unrealized thought that never becomes a reality. For John Lee Dumas, it Read More
Many times, when someone hurts or offends us, we get defensive and want to “even the scales.” However, studies show that holding on to resentment is unhealthy. In truth, forgiveness benefits the victim more than the perpetrator. In this episode of #TheAskCharlieShow, Read More
As a kid, there were a few careers that I always dreamed. Top of that list? Air Force pilot. What could be cooler than flying an F16? On this episode of Unlocking Greatness, I get the change to talk with Capt. Rob “Waldo” Waldman on how he pursued his dream of becoming Read More
Education today has a totally different paradigm: It is no longer confined to a classroom or a desk. It is no longer kept in the domain of the youth. Education can, and should be, utilized by everyone regardless of age. As education pushes past the boundaries where it has Read More
Professor Steven Brown was rejected from his first job after earning his doctorate. Why? Because he was disabled. He was totally qualified, and initially accepted, but the company didn’t want to hire someone with a disability. This rejection may have discouraged most people, Read More
Peter Brown has tackled one of the most important areas for personal greatness: how to learn. In this episode of Unlocking Greatness, we delve into Peter’s latest book, Make It Stick written with Henry Roediger and Mark McDaniel of Washington University, to see how the Read More
In this episode of #TheAskCharlieShow, Charlie shares three tips to help you overcome your fear of public speaking. He explains the science behind feeling nervous and shares practical tips and advice to help you better deliver your next speech.
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In this episode of #TheAskCharlieShow, Charlie reveals traits of uber-productive people. He shares 5 ways that successful people control their time and work smarter, not just harder, to accomplish their goals.
Thank you for watching #TheAskCharlieShow. Do you have questions? Read More
My guest today is a man who doesn’t take no for an answer.
Ronn Torossian, founder and CEO of 5WPR, one of the most powerful PR firms in New York, is the two-time winner of the PR Executive of the Year award and semifinalist for Ernst & Young’s Entrepreneur of Read More
Sarah Hofstetter is the global CEO of 360i, a premier digital advertising agency.
Sarah has received numerous awards, including Advertising Agency’s “40 Under 40”. Her company, 360i, is the only ad agency to be named the Top Third Agency in “Advertising Age’s Agency Read More