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

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

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Confidence and Competence as an Entrepreneur with Megan Johnson

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As women entrepreneurs, we often have to conquer negative thoughts we tell ourselves that threaten to keep us and our business stagnant. That’s why episode 06 of the VIP Access Podcast is about Confidence and Competence as an Entrepreneur!  

In this episode of VIP Access Podcast, Megan Johnson is sharing the importance of breaking through negativity and actionable steps you can take right now to start thinking like the CEO of your business and your life. Some of the talking points Megan and I go over in this episode include:

  • Finding confidence and competence as an entrepreneur
  • The stories we tell ourselves vs. reality
  • How to think like a business owner
  • Crafting your message

When you start to trust and believe in your abilities as an entrepreneur, the sky's the limit. So be sure to tune in to all the episodes to receive tons of practical tips on marketing and to hear even more about the points outlined above.

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Nov 05 2020 · 21mins
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#Leadership 10: 3 Steps to Building Culture-Driven Employees w/ Megan Johnson

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Megan is not just an incredible leader but she is also a mother, business owner, and so much more. We love to see great leaders empowering those around them to become better in all aspects of life. She shares some of her secrets to balancing family and business life. She also gives us three steps to guide and train staff all while balancing the tension between supporting them without micromanaging.

Megan's Website: https://www.nakandcompany.com/

Megan's Email: megan@nakandcompany.com

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Oct 21 2020 · 26mins

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Ep. 4 - Megan Johnson - Did He Say Peter Pan or Pee Her Pants?

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Megan travels down memory lane through her Disney career to regale the Pool Peeps with some of her favorite memories.  She talks about all the roles she held at Disney over the last seven years as well as some of her favorite (and least favorite) guest interactions.  Megan reminisces on her favorite Magical Moments, lessons she learned, and why her name really isn't all that special.  


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Oct 06 2020 · 50mins
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The Babysitter + Sequel (ft. Megan Johnson)

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This week we have our first reoccurring guest appearance with the one and only Megan "The Jibster" Johnson! Megan joins us as we review not one movie, not three movies, but yes, you guessed it, two movies! A double header if you will. Follow us on our journey as we review Netflix's The Babysitter saga, dicuss if we would let someone pee on us because of a jellyfish sting, speculate on the meaning of some hip new lingo, and pitch a blockbuster Adam Sandler/Bruce Willis movie idea that will have all the bihs going crrrrrr!

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Oct 05 2020 · 1hr 30mins
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Vibin' With Megan Johnson and Celisa Lehew, Chapel Hill Police Department Crisis Unit

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Celisa Lehew, Assistant Chief of Police with the Chapel Hill Police Department, currently leads the Uniformed Patrol Division, Investigations, and School Resource Officers.  Having started her career as a Patrol Officer in 2004, she has previously led the Training Division, Crisis Unit, Quartermaster, Information Services, and Budget Operations. Celisa holds a Master’s Degree in Justice Administration from Methodist University and a Bachelor’s Degree from Lake Superior State University. Celisa is passionate for her community currently serving as a board member for Our Children’s Place of Coastal Horizons Center and Dispute Settlement Center; as well as the Town’s staff liaison for the Justice in Action Committee. She is a member of the North Carolina Police Executives Association, FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association, and Alpha Pi Sigma. Celisa was recently named a 2019 Woman of Achievement by Chapel Hill Magazine. Celisa is a sought-after speaker and teacher on community policing, ethics, leadership and investigations.  A born and raised Canadian, fluent in French, she is an outdoors enthusiast and Toronto Maple Leafs hockey fan. Celisa is a mother to two daughters, with a husband who also serves in law enforcement.  

Megan Johnson, LCMHC serves as a civilian Division Commander for the Chapel Hill Police Department managing the Crisis Unit, a 24-hour co-response team that provides onsite emergency response with officers to persons in crisis situations of which may include intimate partner or sexual violence, persons experiencing psychiatric emergencies or persistent mental health concerns, situations requiring safety planning and lethality assessments, and incidents involving serious injury or death. In this role, she provides clinical oversight of the Police Peer Support Team which provides confidential emotional support to first responders under a peer-to-peer model.  Megan serves as the Coordinator for the Department’s Crisis Negotiation Team which is deployed during critical incidents that require specific engagement with suicidal persons, barricaded subjects, and hostage situations. She also oversees the administration of the Town of Chapel Hill’s Criminal Justice Debt Program which provides criminal justice related debt relief to indigent members of the community. Prior to joining the Crisis Unit, Megan worked as an Emergency Services Clinician for the Crisis Intervention Team (CIT) Assessment Center, an extension of Colonial Behavioral Health's Emergency Services Unit in Williamsburg, Virginia, where she provided assessment and intervention services in community, correctional, and hospital settings to adults, children and families in crisis situations. Her specific clinical interest areas are Cluster B Personality Disorders, suicidality, and self-mutilation. Megan holds a Masters in Clinical Mental Health Counseling from the College of William and Mary and is a Licensed Clinical Mental Health Counselor in North Carolina.

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Sep 16 2020 · 54mins
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490| Scheduled Cesarean Birth for Breech Baby During COVID-19 Pandemic - Megan Johnson

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Megan's pregnancy went relatively smoothly, except for mild nausea in the first trimester, headaches in the 2nd trimester, and the COVID-19 pandemic beginning her third trimester. At 32 weeks, Megan was diagnosed with gestational hypertension, which raised concerns because her baby was in the breech position. 

Aug 06 2020 · 45mins
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Dangerous Lies (ft. Megan Johnson)

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This week we review Dangerous Lies and we were honored to have a special guest, the one and only Megan Johnson! We talk about the movie, James gets attacked by a wasp, we discuss what a C-hair is, and much more!

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Jul 21 2020 · 1hr 39mins
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Megan Johnson, a high school senior, talks about creating a positive legacy, and what it’s like to stand up for what you believe in, despite pressure to do otherwise.

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Every teacher, student, teen, supervisor, CEO etc. needs to listen to this powerful interview! Megan is changing the course of how young men and women interact, charting a course built on respect. We also talk learning differences, high school athletics, and the power of soft skills. Enjoy this episode!

Mar 16 2020 · 1hr 1min
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Be Radiant Radio Interview with Megan Johnson Rox

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In this episode, host Misti Dian speaks with Megan Johnson Rox. Megan is a fellow coach, a teacher and an entrepreneur.

They discuss:

  • Megan has been residing in Nashville for almost nine years.
  • Megan always wanted to study how people interact and communicate with each other, so she received a master’s degree but decided teaching was her calling.
  • A lot of times it’s a common thread for people to get stuck as entrepreneurs. They need guidance to focus on themselves, to have self-care.
  • It is very common for people to have an issue having tough conversations.
  • Understanding the humanity in other people is very important with communication.
  • Sometimes we get caught up with our own feelings a judgement and that hurts our communication.
  • Your perception is not always the truth, it’s just your perception. We all are different, come from different places, and have our own biases. When you understand this, you have more compassion.
  • The point of communication isn’t so someone will agree with you.
  • As a leader, it is sometimes hard to get someone to understand their perceptions.
  • Reacting and behaving out of fear does not get you your own way.
  • Self-awareness is very important with your communication.
  • There are many paths to get to the end, we just must recognize where we are at and deal with learning and discovering things we need to discover.
  • Megan speaks about her band that plays synth pop and electro music, a unique sound. She speaks how it is her cathartic outlet.
  • Breaking through your mold and letting your light shine through, despite your fear is your greatest achievements.
  • Being your authentic self and working on progress not perfection is very important for your communication.
  • Public speaking helps you overcome your nervousness and fear so you can become your true self with communication.
  • People relate to you more if you are your true self.
  • We tend to critique ourselves more then anyone else.
  • We need to all help each other reach our full potential and we all need to help lift each other up.
Aug 19 2019 · 28mins
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Stewardship of Gifts with Megan Johnson |Ep. 6

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In this episode I spoke with Megan Johnson. She owns her own art business, I would highly recommend checking out her website and supporting her! She also uses her musical gifts in leading worship and providing lessons for others to strengthen their skills. Megan knows these are gifts from God and shares encouragement about using what God has gifted us with to grow with Him and be a blessing to others.

Megans Website - https://reflections-by-megan.com/

Instagram - https://www.instagram.com/reflections.megan/

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Jun 25 2019 · 33mins