10 Lessons it Took Me 50 Years to Learn

10 Lessons it Took Me 50 Years to Learn

10 Lessons It Took Me 50 Years to Learn is an international podcast imparting insight about business, life and career to an international audience. We‘re making the world better Lesson by Lesson

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May 9, 2022 44 min

                                                       

Sheriff Paul Penzone shares why "Authority is privilege, not entitlement", the importance to "Never forget others opened the door for you to walk through", why you should "Listen more, talk less" and more. Hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee

About Sheriff Paul Penzone

Sheriff Paul Penzone has a combined 30 years of law enforcement and public safety experience....

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Eric Miller, CEO, Entrepreneur, Director speaks with us why it's important "To learn your tools", "Never to understate the importance of a network", why we should "Know our own bias" and more. Hosted by Diana White

About Eric Miller

 

Eric is a co-owner of Tempe-based PADT, Inc., a provider of tools and services to companies that design and manufacture physic...

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David Redhill speaks to us about why you should "never say no to opportunity", the importance of " Being a sponge, a squirrel and be a thief" and why you "shouldn't die wondering". Hosted by Jeffery Wang

About David Redhill

David Redhill is a specialist advisor working in the areas of marketing, brand and creative strategy, communications, and cul...

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Robyn has authored and contributed to more than 30 books on networking, business and career development and self-esteem building over the last 20+ years. She speaks with us about why it's important to "Stay connected" why you should "Respect your audience" and the importance of "Your Why? What? How?"  hosted by Robert Hossary

About Robyn He...

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Indira Jeffrey is a global leader for women empowerment, strategic planner, and innovator.  She shares her wisdom and tells us why you should " Get out of your comfort zone", how you can "Learn to overcome cultural challenges" and how "Empowering women empowers whole communities"   Hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee

About Indira Jeffery

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Robin Reed is the co-founder and Principal with EmFluent,  an Entrepreneur, professional speaker and coach. He speaks with us about why "Asking For Help Is A Strategy", why you should "Invest In Your Own Happiness "and how "Stress Is Not A Badge Of Honour". Hosted by Diana White.

About Robin Reed

Robin Reed is the co-founder and Principal with EmFluent,...

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Dr Rosaly M. C. Lopes is Directorate Scientist for the Planetary Science Directorate and a Senior Research Scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory she tells us why we should " Hang Out With People Who Are Brighter Than You Are ", and "Don’t Try To Please Everybody" and that "A Little Self-Promotion Is Fine" along with other lessons it took her 50 years t...

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Dr Beng Yeoh a board director and a has been a senior business leader for over 40 years. He shares why you should "Choose And Follow A Reliable Compass", how "There's Always Something You Can Learn" and why you should " Develop Your Work/Rest Ethic" and other lessons it took him 50 Years to Learn. Hosted by Jeffery Wang.

About Dr Beng Yeoh

Beng...

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MaryAnn Miller is an accomplished c-suite leader. She shares why you should "Say Yes To New Opportunities ", how "Your Reality Can Be Your Dream " and that "Your Toughest Competition Is You ". Hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee.

About MaryAnn Miller

MaryAnn Miller is an accomplished c-suite leader with an impressive track record in diverse in...

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Brett Gilliland is the Co-Founder and CEO, Elite Entrepreneurs. He tells us about "The Power Of Co-Creating A Future WITH Your Team", the "The Best Way To Get Happy Customers" and why "What Got You Here Will Not Get You There". Hosted by Diana White.

About Brett Gilliland

Brett has experience in high-impact, trusted-advisor roles in growing small businesses across multiple indu...

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Ambassador Niels Marquardt is a former American diplomat who now serves as the first-ever diplomat in residence at Lewis & Clark College. He shares lessons about the "90% rule" ,why it's important to " Instill pride in others" and asks "Who do you work for?" hosted by Robert Hossary.

About Ambassador Niels Marquardt

Ambassador Niels Marquardt is...

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Jeff Bleich is the Chief Legal Office at Cruise speaks to us about why you should "Be Useful ", how "Nothing Appreciates Like Appreciation "and other lessons it took him 50 years to learn. Hosted by Duff Watkins

About Ambassador Jeffery Bleich

Jeff Bleich is the Chief Legal Office at Cruise, leading the legal and compliance teams. He previously served as a special master in the ...

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Robert Hossary has been in executive management for more than 30 years. He shares why "It's not who you know but who knows you", how to "become indispensable" and the "secret to success". Hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee.

About Robert Hossary

Robert Hossary has been involved in international business for the past two decades. Since 2011 - 2018, Robert was the General Manager...

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Dr Cindy Banton is a Founder, CEO, Author and Board Director. She tells us why we should "Take risks!", why we should "Know our value and worth" and why "As women leaders, femininity is an asset". Hosted by Diana White.

About Dr Cindy Banton

Dr Cindy Banton is the Founder and CEO of AVID Consulting, specializing in designing, developing, and implem...

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Dr Gay Hendricks and his wife Dr Kathlyn Hendricks have written 40+ books, trained thousands of coaches, appeared on Oprah, and hosted seminars around the globe. In this episode they share their lessons on how to "Create no blame zones, how to "Use body Intelligence" and why "Authenticity is sexy". Hosted by Duff Watkins.

About Dr Gay Hendricks

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Dr Andrew Browning AM is an Australian trained obstetrician who has spent his entire professional career volunteering in Africa as a medical missionary specializing in obstetric fistula surgery. Listen to Andrew tell us why we should "Be satisfied, and learn contentment",  why we should "Look out not in " and why it's important to " Lead by coming last, being a servant ...

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Arthur Valkieser is the CEO and Co-Founder of Hydraloop. Arthur speaks to us about why " earning money is never the goal". why you should " believe in what you do" and why you should " never give up" hosted by Siebe Van Der Zee.

About Arthur Valkieser

Arthur started his career in broadcasting and his company focused on digital video and audio, which w...

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Don Peppers is a best-selling author, blogger, widely-acclaimed keynote speaker and global CX authority.

He speaks to us about how "Life is not a contest, no one takes “first place” ", how "You learn the most when you know the least", and why "Learn to live with yourself first ". Hosted by Duff Watkins.

About Don Peppers

A marketing futurist and acc...

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Jeffery is the founder of Professional Development Forum, and a regular host on 10 Lessons it Took Me 50 Years to Learn. Jeff tells us why we should "Run towards the fire", why "Finding fulfilment is more important than happiness", that "Nobody is thinking about you" and other important lessons. Hosted by Robert Hossary

About Jeffery Wang...

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December 28, 2021 36 min

                                                                 

Conrad Taylor grew up in Guyana, South America. Now a retired executive. Conrad has over thirty-five years of hands-on experience leading change in the United States. He shares his story with us. Listen to learn why "`Nothing Beats Perseverance" and how " A Set Back Can Be A Set Up for Better" along with other great lessons. Hosted by Siebe Van ...

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