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72 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Johnson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Johnson, often where they are interviewed.

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72 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Mark Johnson. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Mark Johnson, often where they are interviewed.

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TWiRT Ep. 518 - C-Band Filters - IN or OUT? with Mark Johnson

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The C-band repack – and subsequent relocation of all C-band users in the Mid-band frequency to 4.0-4.2 Mhz – means broadcasters with C-band satellite antennas need to act now. You may plan to self-install the filter needed to protect your satellite reception from new 5G signals. But, are you sure a filter is all that is needed? And, do you feel comfortable that your documentation will be adequate to share with the FCC when ATT or Verizon begin to interfere with your program reception? Mark Johnson with Linkup Communications describes the problem that broadcasters face, and explains the options available, whether you’re “opt-in” or “opt-out” of an FCC program.
Nov 13 2020 · 1hr 6mins
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Mark Johnson, civil environmental engineer, talks about water

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Mark Johnson, who has spent 40 years in the "water business" talks about some of the issues that we face today. Climate change is putting increasing pressure on our water supply. Many of the utilities claim they have enough, but it's questionable. When you listen to this podcast you will understand that our water supply will not go on forever unless some changes are made.

Oct 24 2020 · 30mins

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Pro Footballer turned graphic designer - Mark Johnson - Ep. 203 Creative Waffle

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Mark Johnson is a sports illustrator and designer. He has worked with a number of high profile client including Umbro, National Football Museum, BBC Motd Magazine, Olympique de Marseille, New Balance US, BT Sport and more. In this episode we chat about his journey from being a footballer into a graphic designer. Enjoy.

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http://www.markjohnsondesign.co.uk/

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Oct 12 2020 · 1hr 1min
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How to Keep Your Ward Looking Forward, Not Backward | An Interview with Mark Johnson

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Mark Johnson grew up in South Florida, studied aerospace engineering, and attended the Naval Academy. He served in the first Gulf War and then attended Harvard Business School, where he studied with Clayton Christensen. Together they started a strategy and innovation consulting firm, Innosight, and Clayton was instrumental in Mark’s conversion. Mark is married to journalist and author Jane Clayson Johnson, a former guest on the podcast. He is the author of several books, including Lead from the Future: How to Turn Visionary Thinking Into Breakthrough Growth.

Highlights

6:00 Starting Innosight with Clayton Christensen
6:50 Mark’s conversion experience
10:30 Experience dating Jane Clayson
14:30 About Innosight
16:10 Innovation in church leadership: Defining the areas where innovation is applicable
20:20 Start with the individual: What need are they trying to fulfill? What are their barriers and how can they be overcome?
23:00 Meeting the individual where they are, seeking first to understand and having empathy
25:30 Ladder up: Where are the opportunities for me to feel included and help others?
27:00 An outside-in approach: Approach outside the Church offerings first and find out what the individual needs in their life
30:00 Younger generations have many questions and we need to offer a safe space for those questions
32:00 Dealing with constraints: don’t innovate for innovation’s sake, and recognize what is not open to innovation
35:45 Strategy with vision

  • Start with offering hope and purpose, and a vision of where the organization is going—the destination
  • Strategy is about how to get there

39:50 The tyranny of the urgent vs. planning for the future: carve out time regularly for considering the future
43:35 The vision may be the same for different communities, but the strategy will change depending on the variety of situations
45:45 Recognize that the future is not as unpredictable or daunting as we might think
47:25 There is no certainty about the future, but you can get clarity about how things can unfold
49:30 Looking forward in the midst of so much disruption: create a vision for your people to offer hope and create a path
53:10 Being a leader gives perspective beyond present difficulties

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Lead from the Future: How to Turn Visionary Thinking Into Breakthrough Growth
futurebackleadership.com
How to Support Latter-day Saints Struggling With Depression & Anxiety | An Interview with Jane Clayson Johnson

Oct 10 2020 · 56mins

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How can leaders navigate the COVID-19 disruption and lead with purpose? Michael Keegan and Mark Johnson explore this question and how to Lead from the Future

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How can we lead from the future? What is “Future-Back” Thinking? How can it help leaders navigate the COVID-19 disruption and lead with purpose? Join host Michael Keegan as he explores these questions Mark Johnson co-author of Lead from the Future: How to Turn Visionary Thinking into Breakthrough Growth.

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Sep 07 2020 ·
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From the ML Archive: Voice of the Buffaloes Mark Johnson and Baseball Analyst Steve Lenox.

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00:00-24:00:

Voice of the Buffaloes Mark Johnson joins the show to chat about the future of college sports, his etched in time call in the 2003 NCAA title game win for Syracuse, his love for the outdoors, what the Pac-12 is currently planning during the pandemic, possibly calling games in separate studios from his color guy, a possible football developmental league before the NFL due to COVID and more.

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Steve Lenox chats about Trout/Betts as baseball's best, early storylines, watching without fans, Aaron Judge's future in NY, why teams cannot develop pitching including the Yankees, the A's surprising no one so far, MLB's changes and what could stay post-2020, Clayton Kershaw's postseason window and how open it still is and more!

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Aug 21 2020 · 53mins
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Voice of the Buffaloes Mark Johnson and Baseball Analyst Steve Lenox.

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00:00-24:00:

Voice of the Buffaloes Mark Johnson joins the show to chat about the future of college sports, his etched in time call in the 2003 NCAA title game win for Syracuse, his love for the outdoors, what the Pac-12 is currently planning during the pandemic, possibly calling games in separate studios from his color guy, a possible football developmental league before the NFL due to COVID and more.

25:00-50:00:

Steve Lenox chats about Trout/Betts as baseball's best, early storylines, watching without fans, Aaron Judge's future in NY, why teams cannot develop pitching including the Yankees, the A's surprising no one so far, MLB's changes and what could stay post-2020, Clayton Kershaw's postseason window and how open it still is and more!

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Aug 07 2020 · 53mins
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#3 'channeling lived experience to end recidivism' Mark Johnson founder of User Voice

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Mark Johnson is a rehabilitated offender and former drug user, bestselling author of Wasted and the founder of the charity User Voice. User Voice was built on using the strengths of people and ignoring what others see as deficiencies. User Voice focuses on the strengths of lived experience not on the perceived weaknesses of lack of education, qualifications and professional track record. The lived experience of someone who has experienced drug addiction, or time spent in prison, as expertise.
Jul 02 2020 · 46mins
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EP - 113 Mark Johnson

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In this episode I speak with Innosight, Co-Founder and co-author of "Lead from the Future," Mark Johnson about how to see into the future and then "future back" from it to change your company and life.

Jun 17 2020 · 47mins
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Episode 46: Music and Perseverance with Mark Johnson

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For this week’s episode Krista is joined by Mark Johnson, award-winning music producer, filmmaker, and co-creator of Playing for Change, a movement which aims to unite people through music. Mark explains how the idea for Playing for Change came to him in a subway station in New York when he noticed a diverse group of people gathered around a couple of busking monks. In that moment, he realized that some of the best music in the world could be heard in the subway rather than in the studio and that when the music was playing the barriers that normally divide people disappeared. That experience inspired Mark to bring his studio recording equipment to the streets and he set out on a journey across America recording and filming street musicians. Later, the concept of Songs Around the World was born, and a small crew began traveling the world creating a virtual collaboration between musicians. Today, Playing for Change is approaching one billion views on its YouTube channel and has established the Playing for Change Foundation, a nonprofit organization which provides free music education programs in eleven countries. 

Mark believes that the unique ability of music to move us lies in its power to speak to the heart and help people realize they are not alone. Most importantly, music transcends barriers of race, religion and gender and can be a profound source of solace and joy in a divided world. As well as showcasing the talent of street musicians, Playing for Change works with established artists such as Ringo Starr and Bono, and one of Mark’s proudest moments came when Keith Richards contacted him to feature in a Song Around the World. Mark continues to thrive on the challenge of recording live music in far-flung, and often dangerous, places. His motto is success through perseverance, and he believes that good things will happen if you just keep going. His next step will be to organize an online Playing for Change Music Festival with performances from musicians, poets, and students from the Playing for Change schools.

To listen to the Playing for Change music, learn more about the movement and support the nonprofit foundation by becoming a member, visit https://playingforchange.com, https://playingforchange.org/ or visit their Youtube page.

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Jun 04 2020 · 52mins
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