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Ep 226: Organizational Depressive State

Is your business in a rut? Is everyone showing up with “Non-Player Characters” energy? When you have an Organizational Depressive State, it can be hard to get out of it – or can it be as simple as one person, one change? Let’s discuss! Why is...

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Ep 226: Organizational Depressive State

Oct. 19, 2021

Is your business in a rut? Is everyone showing up with “Non-Player Characters” energy? When you have an Organizational Depressive State, it can be hard to get out of it – or can it be as simple as one person, one change? Let…

Ep225: Hoarding and Hermione

Oct. 12, 2021

How do you strike the balance between keeping things that you might not ever need, and getting rid of things that you might regret not having? Why is that important for business?  Having exactly what you need but nothing ext…

Ep224: Do You Expect to Be Heard?

Oct. 5, 2021

Do you expect to be heard? Or do you just assume that how things are is how they have to be? Why is that important for business?  Do you have a say or a voice? Do you expect to be heard? If your whole experience in life is b…

Ep223: Tight Glutes & Communicating Needs

Sept. 28, 2021

Like all good lessons about asking for what you need in business, this lesson starts in a massage parlor.  Why is that important for business?  You need to be aware of your needs (in business and in life) and communicate the…

Ep222: Wrestling with Adversity

Sept. 21, 2021

When you find out you are riding with the descendent of a nationally acclaimed blind wrestler, you know you’re in for some stories. And it turns out, we can turn those stories into some business lessons! Why is that importan…

Ep221: Replay - The Art of Finishing Well

Sept. 14, 2021

We don't talk about endings enough, especially not ending things well, with as much celebration as we began them. And that is exactly what this episode is about. Why is that important for business?  Consider ending your busi…

About the Hosts

Eliot Wagonheim

With more than 30 years of experience as general counsel for small to mid-sized businesses, Eliot has built a successful law practice by exceptional client service, a track record of success in persuading judges and juries, negotiating acquisitions, crafting contracts, writing HR policies and publishing within the legal field. His work has earned him numerous industry accolades and a reputation as a pre-eminent business attorney. Over the years, Eliot has honed his craft not only as a lawyer and litigator but as a teacher, writer, speaker, and facilitator.

Eliot works with organizations and individuals in three ways: through his law practice, teaching online in over 100+ countries through webinars, workshops, and Master Classes, and speaking ― virtually and in-person. When not taking the world by storm through these various engagements, Eliot teaches public speaking at Towson University for the sole purpose of speaking to 20-year-olds he is not responsible for raising.

Jodi Hume

After a 15-year career as COO of a growing architecture firm, Jodi Hume shifted gears and made a name for herself over the last decade providing on-call decision support and facilitated leadership conversations for startup founders and entrepreneurs throughout North America, Europe and Australia.

While Jodi works 1:1 with a small number of clients, she also convenes roundtable conversations for leaders, and each week, she co-hosts “So, Here’s My Story…” -- a podcast built from real, honest, business stories with poignant take-aways and plenty of humor. You can also find her at the mic as lead singer of her band, The Wafflers – and if you ask nicely, she might tell you about the time she won 1st place in a Truck Pull.