Category Archives: Leadership

The Leadership of Red Cross

American Red Cross

As a Red Cross volunteer, I feel it is important to share what the Red Cross actually does for our community. They are the leaders in the community when a disaster occurs. Plus, they serve a vital role in collecting and distributing blood for the needs of people. In this podcast, Kyle will explain the […]

Microfilm Is Still Alive

Microfilm

Microfilm no longer serves as a viable method for distribution in today’s digital world. However, microfilm still plays a vital role in record retention especially with land records and pharmaceutical companies. John’s family developed a process called eBeam technology that converts digital images to microfilm.  In this episode, John will explain the viability and need […]

Leadership From A Volunteer’s Perspective

Helping Others

Leadership is easier in a volunteer organization because the volunteers already have passion regarding the purpose of the organization. They want to help out! Yet, it still has its challenges. Brenda strongly believes adaptability is important. She compares leadership to sports in that if you want to be good you need to practice. As she […]

Entrepreneur ~ From Farming to Web Master

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Jeremy is the 5th generation in a farming family. However, with the decline of the farming industry in the 1990s and his passion for the digital world, his journey to becoming the Director of Trust Ladder Marketing is both interesting and impressive. As an entrepreneur he never let failure detour him as he believed his […]

Show More Love

Love of helping others

FELICIA’S STORY My desire to help women struggling to find independence after surviving domestic abuse is personal. I have experienced the stress, trauma, and anxiety associated with abuse. These experiences have had an enormous influence on my dedication to helping other women. I have overcome many obstacles to become the successful, confident woman I am today. I […]

Medical Coding Geek – From Student to Teacher

Medical Coding Geek Podcaster

Brian Cui is an entrepreneur in his quest to provide free information. First, it was the many Facebook groups he has started with medical coding information. Then he branched out into podcasting. Now he is researching, purchasing the equipment to provide information in the video world. What truly makes him exceptional unique is that he […]

Rethinking The Role Of CDI

Rethinking

A clear indication that something might be wrong is when the same types of problems keep surfacing, even after you fixed them. Why? Could it be that the individual problems are being rectified but the root cause of the problem still exists? Think about it. What is CDI’s purpose? When I Googled “Purpose of CDI […]

Leadership From The View of A PGA Golf Instructor

Understanding the game of Golf

Shaun Finley is the Director of Golf at the “Oaks” golf course located in Cottage Grove, Wisconsin. He has the ability to coach golf regardless of where your game is. He wants to understand your purpose, driving force, expectations, limitations, and what motivates you in an effort to tailor his lesson to the individual. As an […]

Seeing The Forest Through the Trees

Seeing the forest through the trees

There is an old saying that you can’t see the forest through the trees. This simply means if you are so entrenched in the forest surrounded by trees, you can’t see the overall forest. Makes sense. However, a visionary just might actually see the forest through the tree.  In this podcast, Tim will share his […]

Prevention Is The Key For Improvement

Solution is in Prevention

Prevention is the key to stopping future occurrences of something. COVID 19 is an excellent example. How do we stop the transmission of it? Other than the vaccine, prevention is using masks, social distancing, and no large gathering. The most important thing to understand is that everyone has to do their part for it to […]