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…

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 MediaRead More

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…

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 ThousandsRead More

CNLP 397: Craig Groeschel on the Future of Church Attendance, How to Lead Well When Everyone Has Different Opinions, and on Winning the War in Your Mind

Craig Groeschel returns to talk about what he’s learned in the last year about church attendance, how to lead your team well when everyone has strong (and divergent) opinions, why he’s gone 100% in on digital church and 100% in on physical church, and how he’s winning the war in his mind. Welcome to Episode…

CNLP 397: Craig Groeschel on the Future of Church Attendance, How to Lead Well When Everyone Has Different Opinions, and on Winning the War in Your MindRead More

CNLP 396: David Salyers on How Chick-fil-A Grew During a Pandemic, How to Add Value That 10x Results and Why Sales are as Controllable as Costs

David Salyers started the marketing department at Chick-fil-A when he was 21-years-old. He explains how he discovered that sales were as controllable as costs, how Chick-fil-A adds value to customers and suppliers, how to add value that produces 10x results, and how to create a job you don’t want to retire from. Welcome to Episode…

CNLP 396: David Salyers on How Chick-fil-A Grew During a Pandemic, How to Add Value That 10x Results and Why Sales are as Controllable as CostsRead More

CNLP 391: Patrick Lencioni on How to Discover Your Working Genius, Uncovering Why Some Aspects of Leadership Drain You and Others Energize You, and How to Get the Best Out of Your Team

Patrick Lencioni noticed that no matter how long or how well a leader leads, some things continue to frustrate almost every leader. Pat and his team came up with a new assessment called Working Genius designed to help every leader figure out what energizes and what drains them, and where their best contribution comes from.…

CNLP 391: Patrick Lencioni on How to Discover Your Working Genius, Uncovering Why Some Aspects of Leadership Drain You and Others Energize You, and How to Get the Best Out of Your TeamRead More

CNLP 389: Andy Stanley Dissects the Process He Uses to Make Decisions, the Limits of Gut-Based Decision Making, and How to Stop Lying to Yourself as a Leader

Andy Stanley returns to the podcast and breaks down the process he uses to make decisions, why he moved to team-based decision making as a young leader, and what the limits of gut-based decision making are. Andy walks leaders through five questions that will help them make better decisions and have fewer regrets, and explains…

CNLP 389: Andy Stanley Dissects the Process He Uses to Make Decisions, the Limits of Gut-Based Decision Making, and How to Stop Lying to Yourself as a LeaderRead More