Rank #1: #100: Greatest Hits, Vol. 1
Dec 01 2017
Rank #2: 21: The New One Minute Manager
Jul 07 2016
Rank #3: 39: Books That Have Had The Biggest Impact On Us
Oct 20 2016
Rank #4: #79: 3 Lessons From Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff
Jul 12 2017
Rank #5: #109: 5 Management Lessons From Peter Drucker
Jan 25 2018
Rank #6: #66: How To Get A Promotion
Apr 13 2017
Rank #7: 03: Want Happier And More Productive Employees? Give Them Autonomy
Feb 12 2016
Rank #8: #142: Why Changing Your Mindset Can Change Your Life (And Our Simple Trick To Do It)
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change
Raw: My Journey Into the Wu-Tang
Sons and Soldiers: The Untold Story of the Jews Who Escaped the Nazis and Returned with the U.S. Army to Fight Hitler
Gridiron Genius: A Master Class in Winning Championships and Building Dynasties in the NFL
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Jan 14 2019
Rank #9: #133: How to Run the Most Effective 1:1 Meetings of Your Career
Seeking Wisdom is back to discuss the importance of 1:1 meetings – what they are, why you and your team need them, the best 1:1 formats and more. Hint: As a manager, these meetings are all about listening and roadblock removal. Also in this episode, “skip 1 meetings” plus go inside DC and DG’s own 1:1 meetings – and DC’s format to steal for your own company.
In this episode:
Format Tips for Successful 1:1s
- Strive for weekly 1:1s with direct reports, every other week if you have to
- Embrace “skip 1 meetings” where you meet every two weeks or once a month with anyone else on the team
- Keep them casual – go for a walk to get coffee or a juice, get in a room to whiteboard, don’t write everything down, listen instead – this is not an interrogation!
- Encourage your direct reports to talk by embracing the silence, give them the room they need to talk.
Tips for Direct Reports:
- Come to the meeting prepared with agenda – DG uses Evernote Notebooks to record what he wants to talk about.
- Go to the meeting with the top 3 things you want to discuss. If it’s nothing specific, but you want a check in, go for a walk. If you don’t have anything particular, it’s okay to skip these meetings occasionally.
Books mentioned in this episode:
- High Output Management by Andrew Grove
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Oct 08 2018
Rank #10: #82: Paul English on Hiring, People, and Time Management
Jul 28 2017
Rank #11: #151: The Power Of Keeping A Beginner's Mindset (Bonus: Copywriting Lessons From DC & DG)
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Apr 08 2019
Rank #12: 33: Why You Can't
Sep 12 2016
Rank #13: #92: You Don't Need More Ideas (You Need More Execution)
Sep 28 2017
Rank #14: #102: How To Say No To Meetings
Dec 13 2017
Rank #15: #104: The Shift From Supply To Demand (And How It Will Impact Your Business In 2018)
Dec 26 2017
Rank #16: 26: The Biggest Mistakes We've Made + Some Book Recommendations
Aug 12 2016
Rank #17: #143: Did We Forget How Sales Actually Works? With Trish Bertuzzi
Together they discuss why it’s harder than ever to engage, but easier than ever to sell. Plus, how specific buyer types want to be approached and sold to. Hint: Sales likes video and the phone, marketing likes email and white papers. Later, Trish shares the four books she recommends to every sales leader.
You can learn more about Trish and The Bridge Group here.
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Jan 28 2019
Rank #18: #147: Invert, Always Invert: A Secret to Solving the Most Difficult Problems.
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Mar 04 2019
Rank #19: #127: DC's Secret To Managing Your Career at a Hypergrowth Company
In this episode, DC busts out his whiteboard to talk about three different comparisons of company growth vs. individual growth.
In the first, the company grows faster than the individual.
In the second, the individual grows faster than the company.
In the third (and rarest) scenario, both grow rapidly—together.
Use the promo code SEEKINGWISDOM when you get your tickets to HYPERGROWTH 2018 and save $500 today (just $199 for your ticket).
Visit https://hypergrowth.drift.com/ to get your tickets today and come see speakers like Jocko Willink, Molly Graham, Chaka Pilgrim, Amelia Boone, Grant Cardone, and more in September.
PS. The Seeking Wisdom Official Facebook Group is live! One place, finally, for all of us to hang out, get updates on the podcast, and share what we’re learning (plus some exclusives). Just search for the Seeking Wisdom Official group on Facebook.
On Twitter: @davegerhardt, @dcancel, and @seekingwisdomio
Aug 20 2018
Rank #20: 27: 3 Hiring Secrets (And Why You Need To Rely More On Your Senses)
Aug 16 2016