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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Steven Kane. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Steven Kane, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Steven Kane. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Steven Kane, often where they are interviewed.

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Ep 22: Steven Kane on Live Online Coaching, Strength and StrongFirst Training, and much more

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In this episode, Steven and I discuss our experiences with live online training/classes, his experience with getting StrongFirst certified, and how we approach program our own training weeks.

We also get into some mindset stuff - of course - and talk about therapy too.

You can find Steven on Instagram: @heyimstevenkane
His website is: stevenkanetraining.com

Steven is doing some really excellent online coaching right now, I highly recommend you check him out :)

Mar 28 2020 · 1hr 13mins
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Steven Kane on Putting out Fires with Customer Success

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Steven Kane reveals how the learnings of a thirty minute factory walk changed the trajectory of his lean culture and initiatives. Learn how application of Customer Success can put out fires before they even appear. 

Jul 09 2019 · 24mins

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Steven Kane - Bentley Continental GT3

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Jul 07 2019 · 2mins
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#94 When Is Enough, Enough for Me? - with Steven Kane & Jerry Colonna

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For leaders in the modern world, dodging the constant bombardment of projected successes that others display across various media outlets can be exhausting.  Comparing ourselves to others can lead to an overwhelming sense of inadequacy, which often ripples out to thoughts of insecurity about our work, our relationships, and the way we are perceived by our peers. As Theodore Roosevelt so poignantly observed, “Comparison is the thief of joy.” By allowing our gaze to become so outwardly attuned, we create an internal roadblock against finding peace and equanimity within our own lives. On this episode of the Reboot Podcast, Jerry is joined by longtime friend and self-described serial entrepreneur, Steve Kane. In this discussion, Steve comes to Jerry with the lingering question, “When do we begin to know when enough is enough?” Together, they explore the pivotal role Steve’s father played in molding the baseline for determining his “enough,” and how his own radical self-inquiry supported Steve in making a difficult decision during the successful exit of his third startup, Gamesville. As they ponder the question of ‘enough,’ Jerry and Steve touch on the ways in which we, as humans, yearn for safety, love and belonging, and how, ultimately, our ability to expand our awareness of ‘enough’ is an act of continuous practice, one which allows us to take stock of our lives at any moment and truly consider, “When is enough, enough for me?” Links Steve Kane on Twitter - https://twitter.com/stevenkane Reboot Bootcamp - reboot.io/bootcamps Leave us a review on Itunes! Follow our step by step guides: - How To: Leave a Review on Your Computer: - How To: Leave a Review on Your iPhone: Never miss an episode! Sign up for our newsletter to stay up to date on all our episode releases.
Nov 08 2018 · 43mins

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TNT's The Last Ship Creator/Showrunner, Steven Kane

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Steven Kane is nearing the end of an incredible run with his very successful post-apocalyptic drama, The Last Ship. But the path to being one of TV's "lucky ones" was anything but smooth. A native of New Jersey, who went to UPenn undergrad, Steven thought he had it made when his USC film school Master's Thesis, a short film entitled Heroic Symphony, garnered awards at film festivals around the country.

Not so much. While he wrote plays (his collection of One Act plays, Out of Your Mind, had a successful run in Los Angeles at the GuerriLA Theater) and made his first feature film (The Doghouse, won him Best Director at the NY Indy Film Festival) nothing really moved the needle. And, despite getting early attention from legendary director James Cameron, when he was making Hollywood history with Titanic, Steven was eventually forced to pay his rent making corporate videos for a significant time.

But like so many guests of 10,000 "No"s, his ability to frame that "opportunity" planted the seeds, and introduced him to people that he would later use as consultants on The Last Ship. Before this juggernaut, he gained a reputation for delivering quality scripts on many hits shows before landing a long-running gig as a writer and producer on The Closer (for which he received an Edgar Nomination). A chance encounter with an old colleague led to step in a different direction, as a higher-level writer on the hit comedy American Dad as well as writing an episode for cultural icon Larry David's Curb Your Enthusiasm.

In 2016, Kane was given the Distinguished Public Service Award, the US Navy's top civilian honor, for The Last Ship. He learned many lessons about leadership and productivity from the Navy, and many more from the hard knocks he's sustained along his journey. And he shares these valuable life lessons with us here.

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“One of the things that’s a testament to how things work is that you just don’t give up. If you don’t give up, you can still be here to give your story”, (00:26). “You have to do the hard work to prove to yourself and others that you can actually deliver. Do your homework and groundwork”, (12:25). “It’s easier to say no. Finding people to say yes because they believe you is the hard part, but if you can get past the ‘no’s’ internally as well, you can do great things”, (13:08). “Don’t let the no’s stop you, adapt and find another game plan”, (16:35). “Just take the 10,000 “No”s and file them away and say you’ll see, it’s easier said than done however”, (17:50). “If you have faith in yourself, things will come your way”, (32:53). “Everything is useful even if it feels like it’s awful”, (1:11:09). “My story isn’t that unique, it’s really just a quest of not giving up”, (1:11:38). “Life is long, you may have not become what you thought you’d be or you may be disappointed, but if I were now 25 listening to myself, I'd be inspired by the idea that it’s a journey that takes different paths. As long as you love what you’re doing and stay optimistic and keep your eyes open to opportunities and don’t be afraid to take opportunities when they come your way, great things will come your way”, (1:11:55). “The word NO means I don’t understand you”, (1:13:34). 

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Nov 02 2018 · 1hr 26mins