Sinopsis

In order to achieve great things, you need absolute clarity about where you want to go and why. Its time to determine where you are now so the path to greater productivity becomes clear-CJ will help make that happen.Success 2.0 is for the executive, entrepreneur, and business leader to find out what uniquely drives you to be more successful. Through interviews and conversations on specific topics, youll unlock the ultimate source of energy and motivation to help you cut down distractions, free your time from interruptions, and finally focus on the projects and people that matter most.

Episodios

  • Pandemic: Thriving During Uncertainty

    Pandemic: Thriving During Uncertainty

    01/04/2020 Duración: 31min

    In this episode of Success 2.0, CJ McClanahan (@cjmccoach) explores the simple tactics you can practice to thrive and decrease stress, even during times of uncertainty.  Mentioned in this episode:  In a time of stress, the brain screams to ‘go faster.’ Most of us are working from home right now and are pressed to move faster and do more. That constant activity and stress leads to bad decisions which actually increases our stress level. Keeping your routine does not mean keeping it perfectly. Keeping your routine means keeping it as closely as you can. We can behave irrationally and in a reactive fashion during a crisis like COVID-19. Instead, we need to act in a rational and intentional fashion. However, in a crisis it’s hard to be completely rational. Everything seems to be changing right now. Our responsibility is to lay out as many predictable events as possible. In a time of crisis, you might wonder ‘what if my clients don’t value my service anymore and they think they’re going to get value somewhe

  • Mastering No

    Mastering 'No'

    21/01/2020 Duración: 28min

    In this episode of Success 2.0, CJ (@cjmccoach) explores the concept of “saying no” and how embracing it is a must if you want to grow your business, transform your career, or get greater satisfaction out of life.   Mentioned in this episode: How Apple struggled to find its footing after letting go of Steve Jobs, and how bringing him back on as CEO set the stage for Apple to become one of the most valuable companies of all time. Why having too many options has had a negative impact on how we spend our time and the joy we get from our decisions. What a social media detox can do for your mental health and how to do it effectively. How to shift your paradigm so that your default answer is no, rather than yes, and why people will be grateful for it. How to understand what is most important in your life (a.k.a. “show me your calendar, and I’ll show you what’s most important to you.”) What it means to “create a trap” for yourself that will ensure you succeed.   CJ’s tactics for mastering the art of no Make a par

  • David Wood | Authentic Leadership in Life and Work

    David Wood | Authentic Leadership in Life and Work

    31/07/2019 Duración: 41min

    ​A former consulting actuary to Fortune 100 companies – such as Sony Music, Proctor & Gamble, and Exxon – David Wood (​@SolutionBox) left his cushy Park Avenue job 20+ years ago to explore both the outer world, and his own inner world. What We Discuss with David Wood: How childhood trauma impacts individuals differently. Why David left the actuarial arts to become a lounge entertainer, then life coach. What he did to become the top-ranked coach on Google (back in the day). Where you can learn to become a coach. And so much more.... Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! (Download Episode Here) ​(Subscribe to the Podcast Here) (Connect with CJ) (Are you secretly coaching, but not getting paid fo​​r it? from David Wood via YouTube) Please Scroll Down for Full Show Notes and Featured Resources! The Two Rule Foundation helps inspire professionals to live gratefully and commit more of their res

  • Art Barter | Servant Leadership

    Art Barter | Servant Leadership

    06/06/2019 Duración: 34min

    Art Barter (@Art_Barter) is the CEO of Datron World Communications, Inc., Founder of the Servant Leadership Institute, and author of the books Farmer Able, The Servant Leadership Journal, and The Art of Servant Leadership II What We Discuss with Art Barter: How Art grew Datron from $10MM to over $200MM in six years. Servant leadership as a business growth strategy that speaks to the heart of an individual and a company. Driving employee giving to the tune of $16MM.  How to implement servant leadership inside an organization. And much more... Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally!  (Download Episode Here) ​(Subscribe to the Podcast Here) (Connect with CJ)   (Art Barter Full Keynote / 2016 Servant Leadership Conference from Servant Leadership Institute via YouTube) Please Scroll Down for Full Show Notes and Featured Resources! The Two Rule Foundation helps inspire professionals to live grate

  • Paul Churchill | The Recovery Elevator

    Paul Churchill | The Recovery Elevator

    21/05/2019 Duración: 43min

    ​Paul Churchill (@PaulChurchill) is the Founder/Host of Recovery Elevator, an alcohol recovery and sobriety podcast and online community. Since launching the podcast in 2015, ​Recovery Elevator has amassed over 3-million downloads and is in the 95-percentile of all podcasts on iTunes. What We Discuss with Paul Churchill: How Paul’s entrepreneurial spirit put him in a position to develop alcohol dependence. Using a podcast to create accountability and grow a community that values real human connection in sobriety. Why relapses can actually a good thing when someone is dealing with alcohol problems. Thinking about addiction as a byproduct of an increasingly disconnected society. And much more... Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! (Download Episode Here) ​(Subscribe to the Podcast Here) (Connect with CJ) From the omni-channel marketing and multi-million dollar sponsorships to major sporting eve

  • Lee Caraher | The Millennial Whisperer

    Lee Caraher | The Millennial Whisperer

    08/05/2019 Duración: 46min

    Lee Caraher (@LeeCaraher) has been in PR and Communications her entire career. She is the founder, President and CEO of San Francisco-based integrated communications company Double Forte and is the author of The Boomerang Principle and Millennials & Management. What We Discuss with Lee Caraher: ​Lee’s rise from graduate to senior executive at North America’s largest PR firm. How Lee launched her own PR firm Why Lee enjoys working with Millennials so much Implementing clear communication strategies within multi-generational workforces Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! (Download Episode Here) ​(Subscribe in iTunes Here) (Connect with CJ)   Please Scroll Down for Full Show Notes and Featured Resources! The Two Rule Foundation helps inspire professionals to live gratefully and commit more of their resources to help those in need. The foundation can help you determine who you should give

  • Bob Dusin | Creating the High Performance Workplace

    Bob Dusin | Creating the High Performance Workplace

    10/04/2019 Duración: 37min

    Bob Dusin (BobDusin) is Partner at HPWP Group, a Georgia-based leadership development and training company, and the co-author of the book Creating the High Performance Workplace: It's Not Complicated to Develop a Culture of Commitment. Bob spent much of his career in engineering, but it wasn’t until he got cherry-picked for a role in Human Resources that he really found his passion. “I was a pretty good engineer, [but] I was probably more miscast as an engineer to begin with, and then I got into what’s more of my true calling” – Bob Dusin What We Discuss with Bob Dusin: How an engineer becomes leadership consultant Identifying the five-percent of employees that cause 95-percent of the headaches Building trust and respect as a leader Creating a work environment that employees enjoy and want to be apart of Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! ​(Subscribe in iTunes Here) (Connect wi

  • 116: Michael OBrien | My Last Bad Day

    116: Michael O'Brien | My Last Bad Day

    25/01/2019 Duración: 33min

    Michael O'Brien (@RoadieOB) is former pharmaceuticals executive turned leadership consultant and the author of SHIFT: Creating Better Tomorrows. After recovering from a horrific cycling accident involving a speeding SUV and coming within minutes of death, Michael shares with us the process he's gone through to give his life true meaning. "One big thing that came out of it is a greater sense of purpose – why do I want to pursue the things I want to pursue?" – Michael O'Brien. What We Discuss with Michael O'Brien: Michael's career path before his horrific accident. His 'Last Bad Day'. The road he traveled to recover from his injuries. Why he practices meditation to focus on living in the present and being grateful. How he uses his experiences to inspire company leaders. Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! (Download Episode Here) ​(Subscribe in iTunes Here) (Connect with CJ)   (We Go Where O

  • Dave Neff | Intergenerational Mentoring

    Dave Neff | Intergenerational Mentoring

    15/11/2018 Duración: 37min

    Dave Neff (@DNeff84) is the Founder and CEO of EDGE Mentoring, a faith-based intergenerational mentoring organization focusing on bridging the professional engagement gap. EDGE spans 40+ states and multiple countries and gathers thousands of professionals annually for its ​EDGE|X leadership conference. “We’ve created a third space that’s outside the home. It’s not where you go to work or church. It’s a third place, like Starbucks, for millennials to engage in whole-life, intergenerational mentor relationships." – Dave Neff What We Discuss with Dave Neff: Dave’s first experience with mentorship and how it developed organically. What is the professional engagement gap and why it impacts most millennials. The philosophy surrounding EDGE Mentoring and how it formed. The balance of work, life, and faith. Can it be managed? The misunderstanding of millennials contributing to their bad rap. Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we

  • 114: Aaron Levy | Raising the Bar

    114: Aaron Levy | Raising the Bar

    24/10/2018 Duración: 34min

    Chicago-area native, Aaron Levy (@RaiseBarCo) is the Founder and CEO of Raise The Bar, a consulting firm that focuses on creating systems that help companies attract and retain millennial talent in the increasingly competitive workforce. “Before you ask ‘Does this person have the skills to be a manager?,’ you should ask ‘Does this person want to be a manager?’” - Aaron Levy What We Discuss with Aaron Levy: Aaron’s love of hockey and studying filmmaking at University of Texas. The health & well-being coaching company he started with his brother while in college. Why knowledge does not cause movement to taking action toward change. Why upper management believe millennials are entitled, impatient and hard-to-please. How the philosophy of work and paying for hours worked is a byproduct of the Industrial Revolution. Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! (Download Episode Here) ​(Subscrib

  • #113 - Ray Hilbert | Bottom Line Faith

    #113 - Ray Hilbert | Bottom Line Faith

    11/10/2018 Duración: 39min

    Ray Hilbert (@RayHilbert) is the Co-Founder of Truth At Work,​​​​​​​​ one of America’s leading and fastest growing marketplace ministries and the host of the faith-based business podcast Bottom Line Faith.  “Part of being created in God's image is being a worker, being a creator - so part of the answer of how this works together is there is no separation between growth and faith in business." – Ray Hilbert What We Discuss with Ray Hilbert: Ray's career trajectory from family-run small business to international conglomerate to becoming an entrepreneur and co-founding a faith-based business. Why Ray was forced to liquidate his businesses in his late 20s. His experience leading a hyper-growth men's ministry. What lead Ray to starting a workplace ministry. Ray's understanding of work as a trait from God. How to get involved in Round Tables for professionals of faith. His book coming out in 2019. Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your T

  • 112: Mentor Minutes | Starting a Business with Your Significant Other

    112: Mentor Minutes | Starting a Business with Your Significant Other

    19/09/2018 Duración: 29min

    CJ McClanahan (@cjmccoach) and Logan Brown (@realloganbrown) field your questions and comments for Mentor Minutes! If you want us to answer your question, register your feedback, or tell your story on one of our upcoming Mentor Minutes episodes, drop us a line at   questions@cjmcclanahan.com. Now, let's dive in! On This Week's Mentor Minutes, We Discuss: What should you consider when deciding whether or not to start a business with your significant other? How can you be a better entrepreneur and business person when you are a perfectionist? How should a CEO of a non-profit approach stepping down and appointing a successor? How do you get introverted employee to open up and express their “why? What challenges have CJ and his wife faced in working together, and what has been the most rewarding part of working together? How can you try to limit the impact of social media has on your children? What can managers or supervisors do to engage and motivate millennial employees? Recommendations of the Week

  • #111: Bryan Falchuk | Do A Day

    #111: Bryan Falchuk | Do A Day

    31/08/2018 Duración: 39min

    Bryan Falchuk (@BryanFalchuk) has been an overachiever his whole life. When his life started to crumble, he took a step back, put on his consultant's hat and examined what was holding him back. No long after, Bryan drop a lot of weight, reorganized his daily routine, became a vegan, and developed a life-transformation system he calls "Do A Day." “I felt like an idiot every single day, and that was exactly what I wanted. I grew a lot at Tuck, but the amount of growth I went through during those two years at McKinsey was on a whole other level.” - Bryan Falchuk What We Discuss with Bryan Falchuk: How Bryan escaped the Dot Com bubble just as he was starting his career. Working at McKinsey & Co. as a 20-something who knows nothing. His wife's battle with chronic lyme disease. How Bryan has kept off 100 lbs. of excess weight. The 'Do-A-Day' framework. His current role in the c-suite. Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we c

  • 110: Dr. Matthew T. Lee | The Effects of Benevolent Service

    110: Dr. Matthew T. Lee | The Effects of Benevolent Service

    21/08/2018 Duración: 42min

    Before joining the faculty at Harvard University, Dr. Matthew T. Lee spent many years as a criminologist, studying and researching the dark side of the human mind and behavior. Today, Dr. Lee studies concepts of love and is the Director of Empirical Research for the Program on Integrative Knowledge and Human Flourishing at Harvard University. “Why would a missionary continue to go out into a dangerous circumstance, putting their life in jeopardy, contracting deadly diseases, when everyone else pulls out? What keeps them going, and what can the rest of us learn from these spiritual exemplars?”​ - Dr. Matthew T. Lee What We Discuss with Dr. Matthew T. Lee: How Dr. Lee landed a position at Harvard University researching love, after spending many years studying the darkside of human nature. The correlation between altruistic service and personal gratification. Dr. Lee’s work with kids in recovery from alcohol, drugs, and various forms of delinquencies. Systems for creating more ‘loving’ environments in th

  • 109: Cheri Huber | Intersection of Self-Talk  Ego

    109: Cheri Huber | Intersection of Self-Talk & Ego

    29/06/2018 Duración: 39min
  • #108 - Isabel Hundt: The Power of Faith-Driven Success

    #108 - Isabel Hundt: The Power of Faith-Driven Success

    07/06/2018 Duración: 41min

    Unlike her siblings, Isabel Hundt (@IsabelKHundt) has always seen things differently, both in the figurative sense, and literally. Isabel has a rare quality called synesthesia. What this means for Isabel is sounds, number and emotions appear to have colors. If you are sad, and are feeling ‘blue’, she can actually see a blue aura around you. Isabel grew up in East Germany during the Cold War, the oldest of five children. As a twelve-year old, she had a vision of speaking on stage in front of thousands of people. However, she wasn’t speaking German -- in her vision she was speaking English. ​"Everything I've done after the age of 18 was always with the goal of coming to the U.S." - Isabel Hundt What We Discuss with Isabel Hundt: How Isabel became enraptured with the English language and the United States. Isabel's battle with depression as a student at the University of Stuttgart. Her experiences working as an au pair during her late teens and twenties. How she became a life coach, then a business coach, th

  • #107 - Never Get It All Done

    #107 - Never Get It All Done

    30/05/2018 Duración: 22min

    No matter how much more you do today, you'll never get everything you need to do done. Let's face it, ever since we could take home with our laptops and fast wi-fi connections, we work more than ever. This hasn't lead to getting more things done; rather more things to do and an unhealthy expectation of getting it all done. On this episode, we'll look at ways to take back our freedom from the distractions caused by the very technology we expect to helps us get more done. Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! (Download Episode Here) ​(Subscribe in iTunes Here) ​(Connect with CJ on Linkedin) Have any questions, comments, or stories you’d like to share with us? Drop us a line at podcast@cjmcclanahan.com! Connect with CJ on Twitter at @CJMcCoach and on Linkedin On This Week's Episode, We Discuss: Reducing Distractions as a Result of Technology What work-life balance was like before the modern age of the

  • #106 - John Stehr: Journalism  Empathy

    #106 - John Stehr: Journalism & Empathy

    01/05/2018 Duración: 31min

    After more than 40 years in TV broadcasting, Indianapolis NBC nightly news legend John Stehr (@JohnWTHR) announced his retirement. Now pushing 60, John has had some time to reflect on the events in his career & personal life, and how they have shape his entire existence. “There I was sitting in the newsroom and the General Manager came in and said 'well, how about that kid?' I was 21 years old. I would NEVER give a 21 year old that kind of responsibility, but, thankfully, he did." – John Stehr, WTHR Lead Anchor Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! (Download Episode Here) (Subscribe in iTunes Here) (Connect with CJ)   (Anchor John Stehr announces retirement from WTHR via Youtube) What We Discuss with John: How John got into television broadcasting as a 21 year old in Erie, PA. The development of John's career Creating a #1 show for more than two decades straight. John's strategy for connecting with v

  • #105 - Shelley Hunter  Amanda Koushyar

    #105 - Shelley Hunter & Amanda Koushyar

    25/04/2018 Duración: 28min

    Shelley Hunter began working with College Mentors For Kids (@CollegeMentors) as a volunteer. Fast forward 20+ years later and Shelley is the CEO. She’s not the only one in the organization that started at the very bottom rung. COO Amanda Koushyar also started on with College Mentors as a volunteer. With their leadership, College Mentors For Kids has impacted more than 25,000 students on 30+ campuses in 9 states around the U.S. “When they [little buddies] are on campus, they are learning about different careers they can have, what it’s like to be in college; and they get to really experience those firsthand.” – Amanda Koushyar, COO of College Mentors For Kids Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handle so we can thank you personally! (Download Episode Here) (Subscribe in iTunes Here) (Connect with CJ)   (College Mentors For Kids Mini Documentary from College Mentors For Kids on Youtube.) What We Discuss with Shelley & Amanda: How Shelley

  • #104 - Impact of Sleep on Productivity

    #104 - Impact of Sleep on Productivity

    10/04/2018 Duración: 21min

    Do you go to bed before everyone else, or are you person that stays up late? Maybe you stay up late, just to wake up early. You could probably guess that the large portion of Americans at any given moment could use some sleep. Like a several hours more... According to practically every study on sleep behavior, you are absolutely right! Americans continue to hinder their potential, thinking they just need to try harder. That by putting off sleep to hours awake, we are going to get so much more done. Well, on this episode CJ challenges the whole ‘sleep is for the weak’ thing and shares some tricks he uses to get great sleep most every night. [INSERT LIBSYN] (Download Episode Here) (Subscribe in iTunes Here) (Connect with CJ on Linkedin) Have any questions, comments, or stories you’d like to share with us? Drop us a line atpodcast@cjmcclanahan.com! Connect with CJ on Twitter at @cjmccoach and on LinkedIn. Like this show? Please leave us a review here — even one sentence helps! Consider leaving your Twitter handl

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