CNLP 435: Jean Twenge on Rising Anxiety, Depression, Isolation and Smartphones in Gen Z, and What that Means for Them and for Leaders

Jean Twenge, Professor of Psychology at San Diego State University, is a global leader in generation research. She talks about the big spike in anxiety, depression, suicide and other mental health challenges she and other researchers noticed a decade ago, something she ties to the widespread adoption of smartphones. We explore what that means for…

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CNLP 408: Jon Acuff on Reinventing Yourself During Crisis, Pro Tips on How to Create Better Content Online, and the Surprising Solution to Overthinking

New York Times bestselling author, Jon Acuff, returns to the podcast to talk about how he reinvented himself in 2020 when his speaking career came to an abrupt halt thanks to the pandemic. Jon also shares insights on how to reinvent yourself online, pro tips on creating content for YouTube, podcasting and social media, and…

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CNLP 407: John Maxwell on How to Develop Next Generation Leaders, When to Step Back, and What You Can Learn About People from Playing Golf and Eating at Buffets

Leadership expert, John Maxwell, talks about how to develop next generation leaders before they’re ready, how and when to hand things off, and what playing golf and eating at buffets can teach you about who people really are. Welcome to Episode 407 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes below or search for the…

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CNLP 403: Cal Newport on Why You’re Distracted and Unproductive at Work, How to Structure Your Work Life Far More Effectively, and Cultivating Influence Without Social Media

Cal Newport, author of Deep Work and Digital Minimalism, talks about his latest project (A World Without Email) on how to create much higher productivity at work by getting rid of the tyranny of email and apps like Slack. Cal shares why knowledge workers are so inefficient, how to create better systems, the future of…

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CNLP 401: Dee Ann Turner on How to Crush Your Career. Interviewing and Recruiting Pro Tips from a Former Chick-fil-A Executive Who’s Hired Thousands

Dee Ann Turner served for decades as Chick-fil-A’s Vice President of Talent and, as such, hired thousands and was responsible for the hiring of tens of thousands. She returns to the podcast with pro tips on how to crush your career, with advice on everything from preparing for a job interview, what to wear, questions…

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CNLP 399: Mark Clark on How to Preach to an Online Audience, Growing a Church During a Pandemic, and Why the Next Generation Wants the Real Jesus

Mark Clark’s church was growing online before COVID but during the pandemic, it’s grown even more. He explains how he’s switched his communication style, how to speak to an online audience and what preaching might be like after everything reopens. He also talks about how to connect with the people you’re reaching, and why the…

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