From The Green Notebook

Updated: 17 Feb 2024 • 107 episodes
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Named for the ubiquitous government-issued, hardcover notebooks seen in the hands of servicemembers worldwide - This podcast dives into the notebooks of military leaders, business professionals, authors, and entertainers to examine lessons that will help listeners lead with the best version of themselves.

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Author Steven Pressfield returns for his 3rd appearance on the show to discuss his latest book The Daily Pressfield . In this episode, Joe and Steve talk about:How small, daily passages can change our livesThe power of answering your calling and the potential consequences of ignoring this internal pullHow to face and o

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Army Colonel Dave Butler joins Joe to discuss communication for leaders in today"s information environment. This episode is a must-listen for leaders at all levels because Dave and Joe tackle the delicate dance military leaders must perform on social media, navigating the fine line between engagement and overexposure.

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International Bestselling author Terry Hayes joins Joe to discuss his remarkable career(s) and how they prepared him to write  I Am Pilgrim and The Year of the Locust. Terry and Joe also talk about:Terry"s decision to leave Hollywood to write novelsFighting through self-doubt Being ready for the difficulties when pursu

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Anna Papalia, author of Interviewology: The New Science of Interviewing,  joins Joe to discuss her new book and help leaders get better at interviews. Joe and Anna  talk about:The Four Interview Styles: Charmers, Challengers, Harmonizers, and ExaminersTop interview mythsWhy we need self-awarenessLeveraging your intervi

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Sergeant Major of the Army, Sergeant Major Michael Weimer joins the show to discuss what he"s learned from his decades of experience in the Army and how family, mentors, and self-reflection have helped him grow into the leader he is today. Joe and Weimer also talk about:Why the military can be "the family business"Weim

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Juliet Funt, author of A Minute to Think, returns to the podcast to discuss tactics for leaders to integrate healthy work behaviors into their organizations and the surprising benefits of setting boundaries on our digital availability. Joe and Juliet also talk about:Disconnecting during vacations to be presentNegative

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