We’ve been putting out our thoughts about the world for a while now, and you probably have a good feel for the way we break life down into logical processes. We want to know, what do you want to hear about? What are a few things you would like us to break down?
Coffee With Chris
Leadership for the Technological Era
Hear from our two students some thoughts on how to take control of their online presence and use their university time wisely to build an Expert Brand.
Today's Guest Dustin Matthew was deathly afraid of public speaking. The first time he was required to speak publicly he pursued an elaborate alternative that required much more work just to get out of the having to speak. Now Dustin is one of the partners of SpeakingEmpire, a company that teaches people how to enhance business through public speaking.
Learn from Dustin, find out how he overcame the fear of public speaking to become a person that trains others to speak publically.
I personally took a lot from Dustin's advice and will definitely be able to put some of those items into practice with my own business.
Todays Guest Greg Cook is one of the founders of “The Pikes Peak Makerspace” This exciting new concept which he describes as a gym membership for artist is basically a new type of business model which I would describe as shared manufacturing resources
Greg gives us many great tips for getting plugged into the startup community in the local Colorado Springs area. However don’t think it is just about local efforts. His advice and experience in the startup community is something you will not want to miss. As the founder of a new startup himself Greg explains his plans for literally creating a better mouse trap.
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CWC 94 - Don't Ask What Can I Do With My Educations, But Ask How Many People Can I Help With My Passion.
Listen as Kyle gives us one of the best quotes for young people in the workforce that I have heard in some time. It is truly worthy of a John F. Kennedy speech.
He tells young people: “Don't Ask What You Can Do With Your Educations, But Ask How Many People You Can Help With Your Passion.”
Hats off to Kyle and his work.
Logic Central Recently attended the Annual Space Symposium at the Beautiful Broadmoor Hotel In Colorado Springs, CO. Our COO has some great incite on what he heard and experienced at the event. If you could not attend then you definitely will not want to miss this.
This years theme also fit well with our focus on Socio-Tech. If you are not familiar with the Socio-Technological Revolution check out our podcast where we define this new trend.
Some of the topics you will hear include:
NASA priorities include Standardization of air traffic control
UK looks to create a robust competitive commercial space industry
Policymakers changing to views space as critical infrastructure
Germany’s focus on environmental and climate models
Transferring Technology from Space Sector to benefit Commercial Sector
- How Society benefits from Space
In today's discussion we talk about an extremely hot topic in the latest trend in disruptive technology which we call Socio-tech. We have had so many questions about “what is this new Socio-Technological Era”, that we thought we should take the time to define Socio-tech.
Today's conversation topic will give you an understanding of how we define socio-tech. We want those of you offering socio-tech solutions to reach out to us at Logic Central so we can showcase your solutions.
In our discussion today you will hear how socio-tech solutions will fit the following types of gaps or provide solutions in these area. We hope you enjoy.
Provide a Framework for and acceptable behavior in the virtual world
Link accountability of responsible humans to technology
Enable trust between individual actors in virtual social environments
Navigate the new virtual social environment
Determine relevancy of the vase sources of information
Today’s Guest who we simply reference by first name is currently experiencing a life transition. He has shown quite a bit of courage by coming on the show to talk about his challenge and difficulties in an attempt to help some others who may be experiencing similar life changing events.
Gaining some great incite from the challenges of one individual's life, will help all listeners grow in their own. It is a rare treat today which I hope you all can benefit from. Some of the highlights:
Identifying life’s challenge areas
Our guest today is our newest Life-Logic Certified Trainer candidate Sarah Nasser. From the scared student that swore to never set foot in a school again to the teacher that helps the same scared students today. Hear Sarah’s story and be inspired.
Join today as you learn the reasons why Sarah has chosen the Life-Logic path. We love her passion and desire to improve the lives of people around her.
Welcome to the team Sarah!
Our guest today, Dr. Michael Matthew is an expert in the multiple intelligences exhibited by people and with helping to establish learning environments which support how each intelligence group engages the best.
You will learn things such as:
Multiple Intelligences for different people and/or for the same person in different topics
Logic Central focuses on STEM education as we prepare to make the next generation workforce ready for the jobs that will be the highest demand in the future. Learn how the latest advancements in education are changing for the technological age. Dr. Matthew expresses that we have to constantly assess the world around us to define relevant ways to teach our next generation.
The most underrepresented populations in Science Technology Engineering & Math (STEM) fields are often the children of underprivileged regions and minorities. Our podcast guest Ryan Johnson works in one of the high schools which has a population mostly comprised of such an underprivileged population.
You will be amazed by his passion as he gives us some great incite bout how we can engage these demographics. The traits needed for every career in the future are driving the need to focus on STEM oriented, hands on training for our young people, and we don’t want to leave anyone behind because of their economic means or heritage.
Chris teaches Max that it is a sign of the emotionally mature to be able to simply avoid these conversations, and if avoidance is impossible, to allow whoever you're talking to to have their beliefs and respect them for it.
Learn to climb the heights of success by knowing how you work as an individual. Our Life Logic test group unlocks the Self-Awareness areas that gave them a new perspective on how to design their lives based on what drives their passions.
Part 2 of our, “Things I Wish I Knew Earlier in Life” series has a lively conversation with Sandi Yukman on what to do when you feel that “life’s not fair” and the importance of not passing judgement on people because you will never really know what battles they are fighting.
Sandi advises us to stay positive even during the stormiest times of our lives. Unfortunate life events like job termination and falling apart of relationships are not the end of the world, because they may get your life back on track.
The greatest turning points in life may occur after traveling through the darkest valleys.
This revolutionary new testing allows you to get antibiotics personalized to your individual infection by matching a specific type of antibiotic that works best to the infection you have.
Maura Sweeney, the UNESCO Ambassador of Happiness talks with Chris about how they had both grown up being pushed down directions that didn't align with themselves. After years of following these paths, they had chosen themselves and following those true-to-self paths has been the catalyst to their success today.
Learn how to choose happiness at Maura4u.com
Learn to do what Loren Murfield calls, "Unleashing the Ultimate"; which is a series of techniques that teach us to enjoy the processes that lead to success in life.
Learn more from Loren at PWR university
Scott Howard is the Creator of the Artsy Ant Alphabet Art Book; an amazing children’s book like none we’ve ever seen. His book is filled with uplifting stories that teach young kids about developing their self-worth and creativity, and massively intricate drawings teach about each letter in the alphabet.
Check out the Artsy Ant Alphabet Art Book here!
Emilio teaches us that there are many different ways to walk along the same path. We also learn about the entire creative writing process; from insider tips to copyrighting to the techniques he uses to create quality art on a consistent basis.
On today’s episode Chris introduces the latest member of the Logic Central Online family who will look at the cultural divide between the Western and the Muslim worlds. Khadija Hamdar, a western born traditional Islamic woman will warm everyone’s heart with her rational message designed to squash the stereotypes that many of us have about Islamic culture.
You can find here podcast at www.mpiawspodcast.com
This insightful clip is from a discussion on what is needed to step up from being a business manager to taking a Leadership role. This is a follow up to the highly popular Linked in post and White Paper "Creating Leadership not Management". Chris explains how to create the most powerful human biological triggers in the work environment.
Master Gardener; Electrician; and Chairman, Founder and Inventor of APG’s balanced water bottle system; John Hobbs has spent over 10 years in the fitness industry and has become the self-taught master of his life.
John teaches us about the business building process, and gives us some exclusive tips about marketing your new product to investors and to you demographic.
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CWC 44 - Bridging the Gap: How The Knowledge of the Working Generation Will be a Springboard to the Future for Millennials
Scott is the Creator of the Artsy Ant Alphabet Art Book; an amazing children’s book like none we’ve ever seen. His book is filled with uplifting stories that teach young kids about developing their self-worth and creativity, and massively intricate drawings teach about each letter in the alphabet.
Check out the Artsy Ant Alphabet Art Book here!
The title says it all. In today's Coffee With Chris, Chris tells us about the process he discovered while he was writing his book; and how he went from a farmboy that doesn't even read books, to an author. It is amazing that one person can make such a drastic changes in a lifetime. Listen to his learnable methods of accomplishing the same in your own life.
In today's Coffee with Chris, we talk about focusing on following the entire way through with a task by preparing for the next instance at the end. Find out how this practice has increased productivity by making tasks easier to begin. It’s an amazing correlation that many of us do not realize.