What's Your "And"?

What's Your "And"?

John Garrett’s research involves talking with rock star professionals who realize that who you are is so much more than what you do. Accountants, consultants, lawyers and other professionals everywhere are doing some cool things after they leave the office. We discuss how these outside-of-work interests impact their career.

Episodes

May 12, 2021 29 min

Scott Shute talks about his lifelong passions for music & photography and how these skills applied to his corporate careers. He also talks about creating his own job of Mindfulness and Compassion programs at LinkedIn and why it is a great example of both the organization and the individual playing a role in corporate culture!

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Emma Loggins talks about how she started her blog FanBolt, becoming an official blogger for TV shows, creating client relationships, and much more!

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Dennis Sherrin, returns to the podcast from episode 177 to talk about his hiking adventures during his sabbatical from accounting! He also talks about how he has noticed more of the 'What’s Your And?' message and how he has applied it in his life!

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James Perry talks about his fascination for Egyptian culture and landmarks, how his work experience affects his travels, the many things to come out of Ireland, and so much more!

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Adrian Mayse talks about what inspired him to write a children’s book about accounting, the positive reaction from his colleagues, and how that reaction gave a renewed focus for him at the office!

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Ben Loggins talks about how he first became interested in studying UFO events, talking about it in the workplace and as a public speaker, and why it is important to have flexibility in the workplace!

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Leslie Ehm talks about her two passions in life: Swagger AND boxing! She tells us how she got into boxing, where to find value in what you do, what swagger is, and how boxing applies to her swagger message!

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Herschel Frierson talks about some of his favorite tech gadgets from his Tesla to his video game collection, his home theater set up, and more! He also talks about why it is so important to know the hobbies and passions of your employees with getting the most out of them in the workplace!

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Daniel Siemens, returns to the podcast from episode 183 to talk about his reignited passion for skateboarding, building a halfpipe, and how the culture at ScL Health allows for him and his co-workers to be open with each other!

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Tripp shares some stories from traveling the country seeing The Grateful Dead, making connections with other Deadheads, in the office, and why it is important to have something outside of work!

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Arianna Campbell, a consultant at Boomer Consulting, talks about her furniture refinishing hobby, how her family can be her toughest critics, and how it makes her better at her job as a consultant!

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Chip Schweiger, Audit Director at PKF Texas, or as he would say “Full-time CPA, part-time cowboy”, talks about how his hobby as a cowboy helps him improve at his job and why it is so important to have something outside of work!

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Gail Wilson, founder of GWA Business Solutions, talks about her passion for music and attending concerts! She also shares when she realized that learning about other people’s hobbies add insight to who they are as people!

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Twyla returns to the podcast from episode 196 to talk about how the pandemic has given her time to reflect on herself and determine what’s best for her mental health, as well as finding a new hobby in hiking in the mountains!

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Randy Crabtree, a partner of Tri-Merit, talks about his passion for craft beer and how he applies it to his work with establishing connections with his clients!

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JP Lisdorf, of Lisdorf International Consulting, talks about his passion for cycling, sportsmanship, and how quality hours of work are more important than more hours!

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Ariel Lomax, from Jabian Consulting, talks about her passion for baking, her drive to getting things done the right way, and how you can develop an understanding of someone through knowing their passions!

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Karen Reyburn, owner of The Profitable Firm, talks about finding her passion while dealing with chronic fatigue syndrome, breaking down the resistance of being creative, overcoming shyness, and her companies pillars and values concept!

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Andrew Ven De Beek, returns to the podcast to talk about how his business is shifting towards the alcohol distribution industry, making his own whisky, the culture he tries to create at Illumin8, and more!

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Kevin Dawson, host of the Leaders & Lagers Podcast, talks about his passion for aeronautics and plane spotting! He talks about how his passion for planes correlates with leading teams in his career and how it serves as an ice breaker for establishing relationships!

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