Smart Thinking Podcast

Episode 5: Motivation or Motionless

The key to motivating yourself is through small victories, positive experiences and the intrinsic spark you feel when you find success. By taking the time to fix what is bugging you, slowing down and taking a gentle step forward, you allow yourself the greatest opportunity for success. This leads to a spark within and overrides

Episode 4: The Kid from Kenosha – Opportunities or Obstacles?

When you flip your perspective on your problems you begin to appreciate them in a new way. Mindset matters and it changes your outlook and gives you energy. Are you framing your problems as opportunities or obstacles? Are you truly putting the nature of your current issues into perspective? Are you listening to others and

Episode 3: A conversation with Governor Scott Walker

Episode 3 is one of my conversations with interesting people that I will post bi-monthly. I am fortunate to get into some interesting environments and meet fascinating people. This is my effort to share these conversations so that you can be a part of my unique experiences and learn along with me. I am inquisitive

Episode 2: Relevant or Relaxed

Are you staying relevant or are you relaxed? Paul McCartney is the epitome of reinvention to remain relevant. After the Beatles broke up, who would have thought Sir Paul would be as relevant nearly five decades later? What are you going to do differently so you can remain relevant? What behaviors in yourself will you work to grow?

Episode 1: Buffalo V. Cow

How to develop an optimistic mindset: Are you a buffalo or a cow? Optimistic or pessimistic? The two animals respond very differently when facing Rocky Mountain storms. Listen to how you can be a buffalo and face issues head-on. Problems that are procrastinated on are only amplified; waiting only makes it worse.

CESA 6 Smart Thinking Podcast

The Smart Thinking Podcast is geared toward everyone and anyone who has an interest in the future of a child. The goal is to support personal reflection, develop greater understanding and grow personally and professionally in our missions to help kids. This school year we will be interviewing politicians, physicians, policy makers, authors, kids, parents