John Hall | Leader, Speaker, Entrepreneur & CoachJohn Hall is a leader, speaker, entrepreneur, and successful coach with over 30 years’ experience. John’s 25 years with JPMorgan Chase as a technology executive provided diverse experience with international teams and global operations. John’s parallel journey into personal development, embodiment, and core energy allows him to guide clients past limiting beliefs preventing growth and expand their nervous systems to better handle chaos, disorder, and uncertainty in order to achieve the health, abundance, relationships, and life they deserve. John’s natural approach of compassion coupled with strong accountability and a toolset of proven transformational techniques achieves results. John’s focus on your clarity, courage, influence, and energy, as well as your relationship with yourself, others, and your purpose allows his clients to become more efficient, effective, and engaged in the pursuit of excellence and their life-long goals.Listen as Joseph and John are Men Ignited!
Terri Cowley's Shepplife - Back Story Segment with John Hall - January 29, 2021
98.5 ONE FM Podcasts
This interview first aired on Friday the 29th of January, 2021 on ONE FM 98.5 Shepparton.This week One FM Shepplife announcer Terri Cowley's Back Story life journey segment profiles Strathmerton's John Hall of the tourist attraction Cactus Country.Thanks to J.Furphy and Sons for supporting this podcast and to Adam Watkins & Josh Revens for their technical assistance.Listen to Terri Cowley live on Friday mornings from 9am-12pm.Contact the station on firstname.lastname@example.org or (+613) 58313131The ONE FM 98.5 Community Radio podcast page operates under the license of Goulburn Valley Community Radio Inc. (ONE FM) Number 1385226/1.PRA AMCOS (Australasian Performing Right Association Limited and Australasian Mechanical Copyright Owners Society) that covers Simulcasting and Online content including podcasts with musical content, that we pay every year. This licence number is 1385226/1.
Fran Snyder Pocast: John Hall - Still the One - Rocking on Stage and in Congress.
The Fran Snyder Podcast
John Hall tells Fran about: Elmyra NYWriting hits like "Still the One" and "Dance with Me"Meeting Joni Mitchell in an awkward wayRedemption at a Halloween PartyTouring as opening act for Jackson BrowneRunning for Congress and voting on the ACAHis book, "Still the One: A Rock'n'Roll Journey to Congress and Back"New videos and projectsand more! http://johnhallmusic.com"Home" video: https://youtu.be/aAcM99xWFnM Fran Snyder Podcast sponsored by: Truefire.com ListeningRoomNetwork.com Please subscribe!
John Hall from Cactus Country on managing a family business.
Small Business Banter
Cactus Country https://www.cactuscountry.com.au/ was inspired by John's dad who while traveling in England saw the Chelsea flower show. When he came back to Australia, he came back with the vision of tourism being something that would eventuate in Australia. Everybody told him it would not work, especially given we are three hours north of Melbourne in the middle of nowhere. Everyone said 'you are mad'. So he was always on the back foot in a sense but got to prove everybody wrong. Probably in hindsight made him even more determined because I think he loves the challenge. He started with a quarter acre and bought a large collection from South Australia and traveled the world in the 50s collecting cacti and succulents, bringing them back to Australia at a time where there were no restrictions on what you could bring in. John described the last few years at Cactus Country as "nuts". In the episode John talks about;The transformation from a cacti farm to a large tourism-based destinations businessThe day to day challenges of finding staff to run the businessHow the business managed and thrived during Covid19How they used social media and PR so successfullyHow they diversified their revenue streamsThe opportunities for collaborating with other businesses to the benefit of both businesses and the local economy and region https://richglenoliveoil.com/ and @Cafe3641 The opportunities in social media for regional businesses @murrayfarmgatetrailThe dynamics of working in a family businessSuccession planning and transitioning from one generation to the next
John Hall, author of Top of Mind and co-founder of Calendar.com, shares with Jeff about the importance of influence in sales and marketing. Marketing and Sales need to be working with each other to make both sides successful. Salespeople are listeners who are finding the pain points of customers and seeking to meet their needs. When that information gets shared with the marketing department, they can improve their outreach and help bring in more customers. ===================================== Get your sales question answered on The Buyer’s Mind podcast! Email us at email@example.com or give us a call at (844) 547-4673 Extension 1. Want more of Jeff Shore’s advanced sales strategies? Visit www.JeffShore.com to download free sales tools & resources. Or come join the Jeff Shore Community on Facebook https://www.facebook.com/JeffShoreCommunity =====================================
John Hall is a leader, speaker, entrepreneur, and successful coach with over 28 years’ experience. John’s 25 years with JPMorgan Chase as a technology executive provided diverse experience with international teams and global operations across several core businesses. John is one of 700 coaches worldwide personally certified by Brendon Burchard. He has studied embodiment and leadership techniques, allowing him to guide clients past triggers or limiting beliefs preventing growth and expand their nervous systems to better handle chaos and disorder. His natural approach of compassion coupled with strong accountability and a toolset of proven transformational techniques achieves results. John’s focuses on your clarity, courage, influence, and energy, as well as your relationship with yourself, others, and your purpose. Enjoy this episode as John and I go into many topics like Living intentionally, why it is important to bring men together and many more!
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How to Manage Your Time as a Leader with John Hall at Calendar
Growth Think Tank
Attention Leaders: You have likely felt overscheduled before. If the old strategies are not working, discover how to manage your time as a leader in new ways. My guest today is John Hall, Co-founder at Calendar.com. Calendar.com is more than a tool to improve your calendar. It is a way to get a grip on your life. Johns shares a new way to manage your time as a leader by sharing the data behind your schedule. John will give you insight into what works and doesn't work to manage your time. Get the show notes for How to Manage Your Time as a Leader with John Hall at Calendar Click to Tweet: Listening to an amazing episode on Growth Think Tank featuring John Hall at Calendar with me your @GeneHammett http://bit.ly/gttJohnHall #ManageYourTime #Leadership #Culture #GHepisode605 #GTTepisodes #Podcasts Give Growth Think Tank a review on iTunes!
On this episode, John begins his story with the tale of his fiancee being stalked and ultimately sexually abuse by a group of strangers. He later turned this story into two books, which would become the basis for a television program. Working on the TV program introduced him to the world of movie-making, which he enjoys to this day. We then discuss his career as a doctor, first in anaesthesiology and later pain management. John Hall's Links Facebook Book Guinea Pigs. Technologies of Control https://pos.li/2gh8yw Facebook TV Series Western Death And Compromise https://pos.li/2gh8yy Facebook Personal https://pos.li/2gh8yx Michael Glenn Moore's Links Personal Facebook https://pos.li/2ff6oh Personal Instagram https://pos.li/2ff6og Email firstname.lastname@example.org In A City Like Yours (Podcast) Facebook Group https://pos.li/2ff6ni Facebook Page https://pos.li/2ff6nh Instagram https://pos.li/2ff6nj Twitter https://pos.li/2ff6nk LinkedIn https://pos.li/2ff6nl Website http://pos.li/2ff6nm Website/Podbean Page https://pos.li/2ff6nn Email email@example.com--- Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/rotm-ent/support
Just a teeny-weeny bit. Whatever that is. Plus more John Hall than you ever thought you needed.
D-Sides, Orphans, and Oddities
I don't want much. I just want a little bit. Written by Rosco N. Gordon III in 1959. "Just a Little Bit" was developed when Gordon was touring with West Coast blues artist Jimmy McCracklin. According to Gordon, McCracklin started to write the song and agreed that Gordon could finish it, with both of them sharing the credit. Gordon later presented a demo version to Ralph Bass at King Records, who was reportedly uninterested in the song. Gordon then approached Calvin Carter at Vee-Jay Records, who agreed to record it. Meanwhile, Federal Records, a King Records subsidiary, released a version of "Just a Little Bit" by R&B singer Tiny Topsy (1959 Federal 45-12357), with songwriting credit given to Ralph Bass and several others unknown to Gordon. The Tiny Topsy song, featuring a pop-style arrangement with background singers and flute, did not reach the record charts. Elvis Presley (1973) Animals (1977) Freddie King (1973) Jerry Lee Lewis (1973) Etta James (1968) Dave Berry (1964) Liverpool Five (1966) Gene Simmons (1964) Magic Sam Blues Band (1969) Mitch Ryder and the The Detroit Wheels (1966) Rory Gallagher (1975) Rosco Gordon (1959) The original. I find this version has a swing to it that the others don't possess. As if they took the part that didn't swing and emphasized THAT because it was just easier. Roy Head (1965) Slade (1974) I like Slade, but this is the worst version here. The Undertakers (1964) Them (1965) Also a pretty bad version. Tiny Topsy (1959) Note the additional composers. Tony Worsley and the Blue Jays (1965) Homer & Jethro - Gonna Send 'Em Home (1964) Nobody sent anybody home. Janis Joplin - Half Moon (1969) Written by John and Joanna Hall. How exciting it must have been! John Hall - Voyagers (1978) With James Taylor and Carly Simon on backing vocals. With all that star power, how could this fail? Didn't even reach the top 200. John Hall - Nu Toone (1970) John Hall Band - Crazy (1982) Kangaroo - I Never Tell Me Twice (1968) John Hall's band before Orleans. La Bionda - I Wanna Be Your Lover (1980) JUST TAKE MY MONEY!!! Orleans - Please Be There (1973) John Hall - Power (1979) More Carly and JT. No sales, but it must have been nice to have your song sung at the No Nukes thingie. Stevie Wonder - As (1976) Genesis - Behind The Lines/Duchess (1980) I distinctly remember the Duke tour booklet saying to "expect some surprises". Selling out was a surprise, I admit.