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Conversations with Everyday Innovators that reject the status quo, think differently, and make a positive difference in their world. No blah blah “experts” hawking their hypothetical BS here. These are real people, real experiences, and real results. Tamara and her guests bring a fresh approach to innovation, making it accessible to everyone, at any time. This podcast is for people that know that life is too crowded, cluttered, and competitive to be mediocre, and are ready to ignite innovati ...
 
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Let's face it, failure is a part of life. Failure can often feel devastating, and worse, it can feel final. In today's episode, I'm going to go open up, get a little vulnerable and share a recent failure I had and the lessons around mental toughness, not counting yourself out too early, and cheering on your supporters. Of course, I'll also talk abo…
 
Are you playing to win or playing not to lose? As our Everyday Innovator guest, Evans Mehew shares that mindset difference is also the difference between innovating and moving forward or falling behind. It changes how you think, act, the goals you set and so much more. As the founder of FastFulcrum, a content design and creation firm, Evans shares …
 
Disruption can be a positive force for helping you find your value. In fact, keeping up with disruptors on the edges takes a real understanding of the value you bring to the table. Our Everyday Innovator guests, Mike Kenevan and Jessica Howard share how they see the human role in a technology-driven world, and how to define the value you bring. As …
 
Being the absolute best you can be doesn't mean being good at everything. In fact, it means recognizing where you aren't the best and letting go of those things. Today's Everyday Innovator guests, Matt DeLuzio and Turner Williams share how they've learned to work in their genius zones, not project what they love or hate to do on others, and why mee…
 
The winter season always comes. It's inevitable. Today's Everyday Innovator Dan Brown shares with us how he thinks about preparing for the winter seasons and uncertain futures. As the Regional Director of Spire Financial, Dan shares how he's always working on contingencies to prepare for the future. He also talks about what it took to get out in fr…
 
Today’s uncertain and volatile world requires more than hard skills – it requires soft skills. In fact, soft skills have become essential to your success. In this episode, I’ll share the six soft skills essential to success in complex times. Then I share the major insight I received from each of the Everyday Innovators. First is Toni Shelton (Colla…
 
As I always say questions in is answers out. Asking good questions is the difference between incremental, useless answers and big breakthrough solutions. But, what makes a question a “good question?” Our Everyday Innovator guest, Justin Bieganek, shared with me that in his view asking the right question is not actually about the answer, it’s about …
 
None of us achieve our goals alone. We need support, help, and people that push us forward. Our Everyday Innovator guests today, Emilia D’Anzica and Sabina Pons, don’t just work together, they’ve created a connection of trust and support that helps them both go further, faster. As the authors of Pressing on as a Tech Mom and Managing Director and O…
 
Sometimes we forget how much we ask of those around us during challenging times. We ask people to take on more work, work longer hours, deal with new and unknown challenges, drive more innovation, and do it all with a smile. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Mark Flint, understands that in a challenging time when we ask for more withdraws from our peop…
 
When I was first promoted into a leadership role I was paralyzed. I was good at my job but I had no idea how to lead others to do the same. Our Everyday Innovator guest today, Toni Shelton, realized that setting people up for leadership success before they actually took on the roles is essential for their success. As the Manager for the Office of P…
 
Sometimes rules are good for us, and other times they are just other people’s way of doing things. And, sometimes rules are used to keep people small-minded and in place by other small-minded people that don’t want to move forward. In this Friday episode, I share my personal experience with feeling held back by the rules, a teacher squelching my dr…
 
Having a growth mindset is the key to leaning into the challenges you are inevitably going to face. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Yuri Elkaim, shares his keys to growth which include obsessing about your clients (not your competition), making the painful recognition that no one cares as much as you do, and realizing that you don't get full effort b…
 
Have you ever found yourself frustrated by a persistent problem? Or have you ever wondered why something you do is so complicated or never quite meets your needs? Our Everyday Innovator guest, Taylor McCarten knows all about taking one of those frustrating moments and turning it into a global business opportunity. Taylor shares with me how his frus…
 
It's amazing how far a little initiative and imagination can take you. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Lizzy de la Garza Putegnat shares with us how she combines both to drive innovation that provides massive value. She also shares how she thinks about delivering real value to her leaders, her team, and the community. Lizzy gives us her key to succes…
 
Self-doubt can be debilitating. It seeps into your subconscious and then shows up in how you think, act and respond to the world around you. In this Friday episode, I share my personal experience with self-doubt, how it impacted my life and what I did to overcome it and move forward. Then, I share my major insight from each of the Everyday Innovato…
 
As founder of Flip The Script, Matt Ley describes himself as a lover of people and a chaser of shiny things. His goal in life is to have interesting conversations with interesting people, and in his eyes, everybody is interesting, in some way. He shares how he's learned that when people fight things it's not a cue that they are disengaged but in fa…
 
We throw around the words "pivot" or "adapt" a lot. But, what does it really mean to do either of those things? Our Everyday Innovator guest, Stephan Parent, shares his stories of having to truly pivot and find new opportunities for himself and his business when COVID pulled the rug out. He opens up about how almost overnight he had to rethink his …
 
When you are a pioneer in your field you have to recognize that lack of recognition and acceptance is the price of being ahead of your competition, But, like our Everyday Innovator guest, Ayla Annac shares with us, being a leader is highly rewarding in other ways. As the CEO and President of InvivoSciences (innovation in heart care) Ayla shares wit…
 
One of the hardest things to do is admit you are wrong, or made a mistake? It's hard on our identities and our egos. But, as our Everyday Innovator guest, Richard Fertig, shares with us, admitting you are wrong pays off ten fold. He also digs deep into his strategy for building a global lifestyle. Richard also talks very honestly about the highs an…
 
Do you feel like you have to wait to stretch your mind? Are you waiting for that right moment appear? Our Everyday Innovator guest, Margie Mauldin, shares with us how she finds way to tap her creative mind in the most mundane tasks, why pivoting is essential to success in uncertain times and how to get over decision-fear when dealing with changing …
 
Does it ever feel like there's a big gap between where you are and where you want to be? Or perhaps you big goals that almost seem almost too daunting? Our Everyday Innovator guest, Emmanual Bello shares with us how focusing on the first step, and then the next step has helped him accomplish more than he thought possible. He also talks about how he…
 
There comes a time when the path we are on no longer serves us. Or perhaps the goal you worked so hard to achieve didn't come through. Or maybe you are bored, feeling like you've mastered your current role, and are ready for a new challenge. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Robin Glickstein, shares with us her journey of reinvention, why being bold of…
 
It's easy to miss the ideas and opportunities all around us. Tunnel vision, stress and everyday tasks keep us in our lane. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Sandy Lardinois, shows us the power of always having your eyes open for problems to solve. She even shares with us a story of how she is trying to tackle a challenge that's much bigger than her. Sa…
 
This week's insights are all about problems as benefits, being certain, listening to your ahas and taking out the fear. I also share a story and a few insights around staying ahead, as an innovative leader. The Everyday Innovators came for a diverse set of experiences, backgrounds and Everyday Innovator styles. Dawnna St. Louis (Instinctual Risk ta…
 
There are many factors that make or break the success of a new idea, especially an innovative one that bumps up against a traditional industry. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Johan Lupton, shares how to solve a big enough problem that you create a massive market for your product, and how to actually leverage instead of fighting the traditional playe…
 
Aha moments often happen at the most surprising moments - in the shower, while driving, doing the dishes, or going for a walk. As our guest Everyday Innovator, Philip Winter, discovered his aha moment came in the shower. He shares with us how he realized there was an opportunity to change water consumption, why we need to think of ourselves and "in…
 
Did you know that desire has a lot to do with creativity? Our Everyday Innovator guest, Jenny Glick, shares with us how desire is actually source energy for your creative mind, why you should get out into nature and decouple from the conditioning created by the noise in this world, and how she approaches innovation in her work and life. She also di…
 
The world seems full of challenges, some in our control, and a lot out of our control. Our Everyday Innovator guest today, Dawnna St.Louis shares with us how a shift in focus can turn any challenge into an opportunity, if you look at it differently. She also talks about why you need to keep innovating in a world that commoditizes everything and how…
 
This week's insights are all about going big, putting failure behind you, getting motivated and being transparent. I also share some insights around getting buy-in from legacy thinkers and the power of empathy. The Everyday Innovators came for a diverse set of experiences, backgrounds and Everyday Innovator styles. Juliana Whitney (Instinctual Inqu…
 
Radical transparency can be very uncomfortable. It's challenging to admit the good, bad and ugly, both personally and professionally. We are afraid of being judged or even looking like a failure. But, the output is trust and trust is the foundation of collaboration, innovation and success. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Thor Olof Philogene shares ho…
 
Often times it's the assumed rules or "ways of doing things" in our work and life that hold us back and keep us from innovating. They keep us in a defined box that is crowded, noisy and competitive. In this episode I'm going to share how to break free from those handcuffs that hold you back, my experience realizing how the rules weren't for me, and…
 
It's so easy to let yesterday's failures get in the way of tomorrow's successes. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Jason O. Harris, shares with us how he views failure in the rear view mirror and how that has helped him lead, innovate and move forward. He also shares how leading is more about leaning out to listen than leaning in to speak, the importan…
 
Sometimes it's hard to distinguish between that voice that's telling you something isn't right for you and your fear voice. Fear of failure, fear of looking stupid, fear of putting yourself out there. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Juliana Whitney, shares how she differentiates between the two voices, her bold journey into a booming industry and why…
 
This week's insights are all about being solution minded, trusting yourself, and making it feel easy. I also share a story and some insights around overcoming decision fatigue, something so many are facing right now. The Everyday Innovators came for a diverse set of experiences, backgrounds and Everyday Innovator styles. Susan and Paul Kadilak (Twe…
 
It's funny how you know when things aren't right. It feels difficult and uneasy. But, as our Everyday Innovator guest, Mariekie Quinn, shares for her when it feels right it also feels easy. She also talks about how transformation comes from being willing to do things in a new way, and how being willing to learn a new skill is essential to success. …
 
It's so easy to put all the different aspects of our lives in different and separate boxes, each to be treated individually. But as our Everyday Innovator guest, Denise Allman, shows us, we must view our work and lives as a whole and integrated system. She shares how creating shifts in one area impacts the other areas, how distraction is comfort se…
 
If you truly knew what you wanted in life would you be willing to make the hard sacrifices? According the our Everyday Innovator guest, Denise Allman, the answer is yes. In fact she is proof that when you get clear about what you want, the sacrifice becomes just a step towards your goals. Denise shares with us some of the tenets that have led to he…
 
Success doesn't happen overnight, but knowing who you are and your worth can definitely accelerate it. Our Everyday Innovator guests, Paul and Susan Kadilak, share with us how running their business their way was a major key to success. They also dig into why being the solution provider in a world of problems drives innovation and results, how sett…
 
It's easy to think that all innovation comes from big, disruptive ideas that shake up everything we know. But, as our Everyday Innovator guest, Anthony Lambatos, shares with us, sometimes the best innovation comes from small daily improvements that add up. Anthony shares with us what it takes to build and grow a business, how to overcome some of th…
 
You’ve heard me say it before. Having an innovative idea is only half the battle. The other half is getting buy-in for your ideas. Many brilliant innovations come to a dead stop at the presentation phase. It got me thinking, “What are we doing so wrong?” Our guest, Everyday Innovator Oren Klaff, breaks down how he gets people to sign over multi-mil…
 
This week's insights are all about right versus wrong, positive mindset, saying no, and solving the root cause. I also share a somewhat embarrassing moment that proves people need to feel the pain to see the possibilities. The Everyday Innovators came for a diverse set of experiences, backgrounds and Everyday Innovator styles. Alan Stein Jr (Inquis…
 
Sometimes I rush to get buy-in for my ideas. And, when I do that I find that things tend to fall apart on the back end. Our Everyday Innovator, Jessica Hinman, shares how sometimes pressing pause and even the frustrating delays are good for deeper buy-in and and progress on your ideas. As the Chief Corporate Social Responsibility Officer at FCP Eur…
 
Do you ever find yourself over extended? Do you struggle to find the time to get it all done because you say yes to every request of you? Our Everyday Innovator guest, Jon Ostenson, shares how he learned to say no so that he could say yes to the right things. As the CEO of FranBridge Consulting in the franchise world he also shows us how business o…
 
A positive attitude can make a big difference in any situation. In fact, a positive attitude helps you see solutions to challenges faster, come up with creative ideas, and minimize the stress of any situation. Our Everyday Innovator guest, Ranel Smith, shares with us how she relies on positivity to handle the fast-paced stresses of her job as the V…
 
The truth is, there are no short cuts in life, no hacks to success, no side steps that get you to your big goals. Our Everyday Innovator, Alan Stein, walks me through how he, and the champions he's worked with, recognize that continuing to sharpen your basics is how you leap forward. Alan Stein is a performance coach that has worked with NBA all-st…
 
This week's insights are all about getting time back, pain and innovation, balancing acts and taming the struggle. I also share the three life lessons that came out this weekend's experience doing a triathlon. The Everyday Innovators came for a diverse set of experiences, backgrounds and Everyday Innovator styles. Ashao Freesky (Experiential Risk T…
 
Do you ever feel like the obstacles in front of you are too daunting, or frankly came out of left field? Do you ever feel like the road ahead is so massive that it's hard to even get started? Our Everyday Innovator guest, Ari Kleinberg, is going to shed some light on how to think differently about your struggles, and why takin the first step to you…
 
Have you ever gotten frustrated because the path to success wasn't a straight line up? Or do you try to avoid mistakes at all costs because you are afraid it will lead to failure or worse, embarrassment? Our Everyday Innovator, Donnie Boivin, shares his journey to success and it includes a lot of trial, error, mistakes, wins, and most importantly, …
 
Do you have that fire inside of you that wants more? Or, has that flame gone out and you are looking to reignite it? Today's Everyday Innovator Casey Beck, shares how she steps up to the challenges and opportunities in front of her. She also opens up about the importance of being surrounded by cheerleaders that push you forward and how to think cre…
 
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