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25 Podcast Episodes

Latest 1 May 2021 | Updated Daily

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23: Jason Gore is Top Gun

Honey Baby Sweetie Love

Jason Gore (The Best Show, The Drew Barrymore Show) joins Colby and Amir to talk celebrating 30 years of marriage to a major Hollywood player, building the perfect wedding playlist, his original Mortal Kombat character, and so much more!Colby debuts the first chapter of his internet novel!Plus, a Love Letter from Evan Forde Barden!Honey Baby Sweetie Love theme by Brooks Allison

1hr 7mins

28 Apr 2021

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LIFEFORCE (w/ Jason Gore)

The Cannon Canon

YEP SHE IS STILL NAKED! That's right, today we are talking about the 1985 sci-fi/horror/space boobs classic from the master of the erotic himself Tobe Hooper, "Lifeforce". The Cannon Canon bros are joined by special guest Jason Gore(The Best Show w/Tom Scharpling and 108.9 The Hawk) to answer all the important questions raised by this film. Like "What exactly is the plan of these space vampires?" and  "How many times did Hooper have to cut himself out of his cream jeans" and "Will anyone enjoy a Riki Rachtman impression" to the most important question. "Can there be too much nudity??" (Spoiler the answer is yes. ) Follow us on the socials! Twitter: @thecannoncanon Instagram: @thecannoncanon And join our new Patreon: patreon.com/thecannoncanon Please rate and review us!

1hr 47mins

22 Jan 2021

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EPISODE 6: The CEO Whisperer (w/ Executive Coach Jason Gore)

The Startup Stack

Jason Gore knows about change. As an executive coach, he’s guided executives in startupland through a recession, a boom, and most recently, a pandemic. This week Jason joins Louis to talk about his decades in the coaching business and the lessons he’s learned along the way. Highlights include: -Jason’s path from management consultant to executive coach -The tricky relationship between VCs, coaches and CEOs -The upsides (and downsides) of the co-founder relationship, and how to create space for disagreement  -The biggest issues facing many of today’s startup CEOs  More on today’s episode, including a full transcript @ www.rocketplace.com/podcast.  [Guest / Host bios]  Guest: Jason Gore is half of the founding team of Neuberg, Gore & Associates, an executive coaching firm that supports startup CEOs in Boulder, SF, NYC and LA.  Host: Louis Beryl is the founder and CEO of Rocketplace. A 3x founder, investor, and board member, Louis began his tech career as a partner at Andreessen Horowitz. When he's not building businesses (or talking about them!) Louis enjoys cooking for his family and talking at length about it to anyone who will listen.  www.rocketplace.com/podcast 

33mins

10 Nov 2020

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Best Show Bests (with Jason Gore)

Young Person's Radio

Jason Gore (UCB, The Best Show with Tom Scharpling) joins Colb for one of YPR's patented Great Conversations about struggling to stay creative during quarantine, starting out in radio in Georgia and Virginia, and the time Chris Hardwick was a huge ass backstage, all before giving us a behind-the-scenes look at some of the Best Show's most beloved episodes. One for the record books, folks!Young Person's Radio airs every Sunday morning at 10 on Radio Free Brooklyn. Listen live at radiofreebrooklyn.com or the RFB mobile app.

59mins

7 Sep 2020

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Kristen Bartlett, Jason Gore & Rao's-Meatball Egg Noodle Surprise

Stay For Dinner

DC improvises a fridge-clearing meal with meatballs and egg noodles then chats remotely with comedy power couple Kristen Bartlett (head writer, Full Frontal With Samantha Bee) and Jason Gore (The Best Show) about Kristen's bone collection, balcony jalapeños, old boomboxes in the compost chute, cherry yum-yum, pre-"Karen" Karens, fridge-inventory Google Docs, maximalist spaghetti, Jason bombing a pre-pandemic audition for $100,000 Pyramid, the superiority of British Burger King, and so much more. Food Chain Worker's Alliance: http://foodchainworkers.org Rao's Meatballs recipe: https://food52.com/recipes/22467-rao-s-meatballs

1hr 58mins

7 Jul 2020

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Jason Gore - From Tour Winner to the USGA

The Back of the Range Golf Podcast

My guest on this episode is Jason Gore.  He's currently the Senior Director of Player Relations at the USGA, but we spoke mainly about his incredible year in 1997 where he captured the NCAA National Championship with his teammates at Pepperdine and played his way on to the 1997 Walker Cup team.  Jason is one of the most well-liked guys in professional golf and shared plenty of great stories that will make this episode an instant classic.  Get the official TOWEL of The Back of the Range Golf Podcast! Get the official HAT of The Back of the Range Golf Podcast! Subscribe to The Back of the Range Subscribe in Apple Podcasts and SPOTIFY! Also Subscribe in YouTube,   Google Play , Overcast, Stitcher Follow us on Instagram! Follow us on Twitter! Follow us on Facebook! Email us:   ben@thebackoftherange.com Website: www.thebackoftherange.com  Voice Work by Mitch Phillips

1hr 26mins

19 May 2020

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S11 E13: The Church of Baptism By Fire (ft. Jason Gore & David Carl)

The Podcast For Laundry with Brett Davis

I think Brett might be dead. Someone sent us this recording from the weird megachurch Brett is involved with. They're doing huge services despite coronavirus lockdown. One of the Tiger King guys is on it. It's all so upsetting. This might be the end of the show, for better.FOLLOW BRETT:https://twitter.com/BrettDavisRIPhttps://www.instagram.com/BRETTDAVISRIPTHE PODCAST FOR LAUNDRY IS A FOREVER DOG PODCASThttps://foreverdogpodcasts.com/podcasts/the-podcast-for-laundry/

28mins

24 Apr 2020

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34: Jason Gore & Tyler S. - Playing your best when failure is not an option

The Zilosophy Podcast

Jason Gore played on the PGA tour for 20 years and was known as the tour's happy-go-lucky ambassador.  He turned his lovable nature into his current career as Senior Director of Player relations for the USGA.  He's also Z's college buddy and the author of the Fore! Word in Zilosophy on Golf.  He joins Z and his fan turned close friend Tyler Scheiblich for a conversation about these crazy times and how lessons from golf can help us through them.

1hr 29mins

14 Apr 2020

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How to Develop Ninja Leadership Skills - with Jason Gore

Tough Conversations with David Wood

Want to truly change and grow as a leader? Listen in to hear: Who should be listening to this podcast? (Hint: It’s not just for executives) Why is leadership so important? How important is leadership development in a company? You don’t just lead people reporting to you – you can lead your co-workers too! How critical it is to manage up. What gets in the way of leadership development. Are you leading yourself!? How to you measure great leadership? Jason explains the value of micro-practices. Jason outlines a few of the top micro-practices a leader demonstrates. What’s the best way for a manager, exec or even entrepreneur to develop their leadership skills? The value of self-assessment. The value of group-assessment (360 feedback). While 360 feedback is bringing in the big guns, Jason explains how you can elicit feedback as a daily practice. How awareness alone can drive change. But Jason has a powerful system to accelerate that change! What are some categories that are assessed? What happens once the feedback is in? (development plan) How do you help ensure the plan is followed? What accountability systems are most effective? QUOTES: “When you try and preserve a relationship by avoiding a tough conversation, you can destroy the relationship” – Jason Gore “Speak to someone ELSE about your difficult conversation first, to release charge. Then the actual conversation will be much smoother” – Jason Gore “When you get employees talking to each other, everything gets better” – Jason Gore “When you avoid a tough conversation, you also avoid the likelihood of things getting better” – Jason Gore “You really get to know who people are by how they navigate conflict with you” – Jason Gore “Be soft on the person, hard on the problem” – Jason Gore “Tough Conversations – Missing Ingredient #1: Willingness to Own your world or perceptions” – Jason Gore “Tough Conversations – Missing Ingredient #2: Willingness to understand the other person’s world” – Jason Gore “Don’t have tough conversations when you’re upset” – Jason Gore “We’re talking about the easy stuff; we’re not talking about the harder stuff” – David Wood BIO: Jason Gore is an Executive Coach at Neuberg, Gore & Associates specializing in leadership at high-growth startups. For over 20 years, Jason has led leadership programs in over 85 cities across 15 countries for the Fortune 500, The Military, NASA, and even Burning Man. He has led leadership and change initiatives at Disney, Starbuck’s, ABC, Honda, Bombardier Aerospace, Genentech, GAP, Target, REI, MasterCard, Cisco, and many others. Jason later taught Negotiations at Harvard Law School as a TA. Jason is also an adventurer. He flies antique, open-cockpit cockpit airplanes, is a professional rafting guide, and spends a lot of time in the mountains of South America. He has made many decisions with life-and-death consequences, and when asked, will share a story from one of his narrow escapes. www.neuberggore.com – check out the tools section for the Saturn Leadership Index, and the Cube model for Conflict. *** For show notes and past guests, please visit http://playforreal.life/podcast Sign up for David’s email newsletter and download the 4-Step Tough Conversations blueprint at http://playforreal.life/blueprint See if you qualify for a free discovery session to explore coaching with David at http://playforreal.life/coaching Join the free weekly zoom call to role-play your tough conversations at http://playforreal.life/zoomregister 70% of employees are avoiding a tough conversation. Learn about Just-in-Time or Spot Coaching for entire teams and companies to master their tough conversations at http://playforreal.life/teamcoaching Follow David: Twitter: http://twitter.com/_playforreal Instagram: http://instagram.com/_playforreal Facebook: http://facebook.com/toughconversationswithdavidwood YouTube: http://youtube.com/toughconversationswithdavidwood LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/toughconversations If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! 

31mins

9 Feb 2020

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People Just Aren’t Talking to Each Other! - with Jason Gore

Tough Conversations with David Wood

Here we cover true leadership, and you'll get about 10 great quotes from Jason in this interview. Listen in to hear why people aren't talking to each other in families, communities, and corporations - and how to break the cycle! Why Jason focuses on startups David’s unusual connection with Jason Why it’s critical to override our natural instinct – both in life generally and specifically when it comes to tough conversations. Pause, make a new choice. Why Jason believes humanity is in trouble. How Jason makes life and death decisions, and how it helps him not freeze in essential moments. No response IS a response. How we humans are conflict averse and how it causes us problems. Jason’s vision for the world. Ninja tip: Speak to someone ELSE about your difficult conversation first, to release charge. Then the actual conversation will be much smoother. Plus, they can listen for clarity and power. How Jason’s family stopped talking to each other because they didn’t know how to solve problems. And how this translates to the corporate world. Jason and David use a real conflict they’ve had in their relationship as an example. When you have an issue, should you bring it up or not? An example of how avoiding tough conversations can hurt a team. Practice at work and with friends – work up to family, as it’s often the hardest. QUOTES: “When you try and preserve a relationship by avoiding a tough conversation, you can destroy the relationship” – Jason Gore “Speak to someone ELSE about your difficult conversation first, to release charge. Then the actual conversation will be much smoother” – Jason Gore “When you get employees talking to each other, everything gets better” – Jason Gore “When you avoid a tough conversation, you also avoid the likelihood of things getting better” – Jason Gore “You really get to know who people are by how they navigate conflict with you” – Jason Gore “Be soft on the person, hard on the problem” – Jason Gore “Tough Conversations – Missing Ingredient #1: Willingness to Own your world or perceptions” – Jason Gore “Tough Conversations – Missing Ingredient #2: Willingness to understand the other person’s world” – Jason Gore “Don’t have tough conversations when you’re upset” – Jason Gore “We’re talking about the easy stuff; we’re not talking about the harder stuff” – David Wood *** For show notes and past guests, please visit http://playforreal.life/podcast Sign up for David’s email newsletter and download the 4-Step Tough Conversations blueprint at http://playforreal.life/blueprint See if you qualify for a free discovery session to explore coaching with David at http://playforreal.life/coaching Join the free weekly zoom call to role-play your tough conversations at http://playforreal.life/zoomregister 70% of employees are avoiding a tough conversation. Learn about Just-in-Time or Spot Coaching for entire teams and companies to master their tough conversations at http://playforreal.life/teamcoaching Follow David: Twitter: http://twitter.com/_playforreal Instagram: http://instagram.com/_playforreal Facebook: http://facebook.com/toughconversationswithdavidwood YouTube: http://youtube.com/toughconversationswithdavidwood LinkedIn: http://linkedin.com/in/toughconversations If you enjoy the podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes? It takes less than 60 seconds, and it really makes a difference in helping to convince hard-to-get guests. I also love reading the reviews! http://playforreal.life/itunes

35mins

14 Jan 2020

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