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Brief Grief Lessons — Death Lessons on Life, Life Lessons on Death and Grief

Brief Grief Lessons – Death Lessons on Life, Life Lessons on Death and Grief

S1 E29: Richie Norton — Brief Grief Lessons

Richie in mid-mourning his best friend Grif shares brief grief lessons, death lessons on life and life lessons on death. How Richie processes grief and ideas for you as you go through your darkest times and help other through their darkness so they can find their own light.

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DON’T MISS THE AFTERCAST AND SOLOCAST

S1 E30: How to Make Better Decisions in the Midst of Grief and Hardship — Melding Counterintuitive Frameworks

#30 RICHIE NORTON AFTERCAST MINI-TRAINING:

Richie walks you through an aftercast from the Brief Grief lessons where he describes how he works through the stages of grief. He recently participated in a paddle-out for his 8 years old best friend Grif Pierce who passed last week. The North Shore community came to celebrate the life of Grif including Jack Johnson singing and sharing positive vibes. The Pierce family are Richie’s heroes and the whole experience was pure magic. Richie dives into a more academic understanding of grief by talking through the KÜBLER-ROSS Model of the five stages of grief. Also, in his classic counterintuitive way, Richie also draws from business school and discusses Tuckman’s stages of group development. Melding various schools of thought and experience, this podcast will help you understand where you are and how to make better decisions in the midst of hardship and grief.

S1 E31: Three Principles to Turn Tragedy into Triumph

#31 RICHIE NORTON SOLOCAST MINI-TRAINING: 

Richie builds on episodes 29 and 30 to teach three principles of happiness to help you turn your tragedy into a triumph. Powerful life lessons on mindset, action-taking and processing.

What is an Aftercast and a Solocast?

Every Interview is followed by what I call an Aftercast and a Solocast. So. each episode becomes a three-part training. These mini-trilogy trainings can be listened independently. I’ve included the Aftercast and Solocast for those looking to create significant, meaningful life and business transformations.

All improvement is self-improvement.

I invented / coined the term “aftercast” to mean an in-depth, post-show review of the interview show I do with my guests to serve my listeners as mini-training for greater implementation. An aftercast is a reward for action-takers interested in the topic(s) my guest. My aftercast podcast draws primarily from my guest’s content as the subject material for life and business lessons.

The solocast piece in this three-part scenario is the last episode in the podcast training trilogy. In a solocast, I teach my listeners entrepreneurship, life lessons and more drawing primarily from my own teachings, philosophies, experiences and works around the topics discussed with my guests.

If you listen to all three parts in what I call a podcast stack or podcast stacking, you will 1) learn from an expert in an interview format, 2) take a deep dive into the expert’s content as if it were a high-level training or masterclass on subject-matter strategy, and 3) learn additional ways to from me on how I implement the information and you can to as a practical, hands-on approach.

Strategy is in the head. Tactics are in the hands. Results are in the heart.

The Richie Norton Show podcast stacks are similar to the stuff trainers sell for a lot of money because they are valuable. I know because I do sell this stuff, my clients sell this stuff and we buy this stuff. It’s that good. Hope you enjoy this free content…free is a fast way to spread a message but my fear is that you won’t take it for the value it can provide. I hope the effort to listen will help you learn, launch and live for the better–whatever that looks like for you.

Dream big and act on the small things.

One.Day.At.A.Time.

Listen Here to The Richie Norton Show Podcast: Happiness, Entrepreneurship, Lifestyle, Productivity

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LINKEDIN: http://www.linkedin.com/in/richardnorton
FB: https://www.facebook.com/richienorton
TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/richienorton

RICHIE NORTON SHOW COMMUNITY:https://www.facebook.com/groups/richiepodcast
RICHIE NORTON SHOW NOTES AND RESOURCES: https://richienorton.com

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Michael Bungay Stanier — The Advice Trap

Richie Norton and Michael Bungay Stanier in San Diego for Marshall Goldsmith’s 100 Coaches

The Advice Trap: Be Humble, Stay Curious & Change the Way You Lead Forever

S1 E26: Michael Bungay Stanier — The Advice Trap

Richie and Michael discuss how to avoid giving the wrong advice and how to be humble, stay curious and change the way you lead forever. 

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Michael Bungay Stanier is the author of The Coaching Habit. It’s the best-selling coaching book of this century, with more than 700,000 copies sold and more than 1,000 5-star reviews on Amazon. His new book is The Advice Trap: Be Humble, Stay Curious, and Change the Way You Lead Forever

The Advice Trap by Michael Bungay Stanier

Michael is the Founder of Box of Crayons.  He was a Rhodes Scholar and in 2019 was named the #1 thought leader in coaching. Before founding Box of Crayons, Michael held senior positions in the corporate, consultancy and agency worlds He has lived and worked in Australia, the UK, the US and Canada. Michael has an M Phil from Oxford, a law degree and a BA with highest honors from the Australian National University.   

THE RICHIE NORTON SHOW COMMUNITY

We can chat here about the conversations we have on the podcast. So rad. So fun. SOOO good! Click here for to join our free community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/richiepodcast

DON’T MISS THE AFTERCAST AND SOLOCAST

S1 E27: How to Give Advice Effectively

#27 MICHAEL BUNGAY STANIER AFTERCAST MINI-TRAINING:

Michael Bungay Stanier says, “This is why, in a nutshell, advice is overrated. I can tell you something, and it’s got a limited chance of making its way into your brain’s hippocampus, the region that encodes memory. If I can ask you a question and you generate the answer yourself, the odds increase substantially.” 

Learn how to avoid giving advice on repeat and living on repeat.

People who live on repeat are a broken record. Let me say that again. :-) If your life is on repeat, it means you’re a broken record. Learn how to provide newness by experiencing newness through priming, listening, and creative customized coaching. Discover how to help people come up with their own framework so they can own the solution and implement the solution with excellence.  

S1 E28: Use the Humble Power Alternative Now

#28 RICHIE NORTON SOLOCAST MINI-TRAINING: 

Empathy, mindfulness and humility. What’s the humble power alternative? In my consulting work, I meet many people who have spent years agonizing over something they’ve always wished they could do. People always have some thoughts of doing a personal or professional project — like write a book, lose weight, start a business or join a different social group — but they’re stuck. They’re too prideful to allow themselves the chance of looking silly amongst their peers. Yes, in fact, in many ways pride is a form of fear.

The Protestant work ethic comes into play here in the West. Prideful people seek attention in shadows with envy. Humble people get attention because others shine the light on them as good examples of behavior. By definition, the ego is the consciousness of your self-identity. In other words, ego is who you think you are. Discover how to see the signs of pride creep. It takes personal humility to keep ego in check so your strengths don’t become weaknesses. To be humble is to be teachable.

Take your learning and apply it to something valuable. Share the love to fill the needs of others. If anyone calls you names, remember, they are looking at their own reflection and probably hate themselves. Love them anyways cause “haters gonna hate.” Protect your talent and value-add to the world by taking personal inventory of your thoughts from time-to-time and see if pride is creeping in. If pride’s creeping in, “creep” it back out with a dash of humility so you can start something stupidly important.

What is an Aftercast and a Solocast?

Every Interview is followed by what I call an Aftercast and a Solocast. So. each episode becomes a three-part training. These mini-trilogy trainings can be listened independently. I’ve included the Aftercast and Solocast for those looking to create significant, meaningful life and business transformations.

All improvement is self-improvement.

I invented / coined the term “aftercast” to mean an in-depth, post-show review of the interview show I do with my guests to serve my listeners as mini-training for greater implementation. An aftercast is a reward for action-takers interested in the topic(s) my guest. My aftercast podcast draws primarily from my guest’s content as the subject material for life and business lessons.

The solocast piece in this three-part scenario is the last episode in the podcast training trilogy. In a solocast, I teach my listeners entrepreneurship, life lessons and more drawing primarily from my own teachings, philosophies, experiences and works around the topics discussed with my guests.

If you listen to all three parts in what I call a podcast stack or podcast stacking, you will 1) learn from an expert in an interview format, 2) take a deep dive into the expert’s content as if it were a high-level training or masterclass on subject-matter strategy, and 3) learn additional ways to from me on how I implement the information and you can to as a practical, hands-on approach.

Strategy is in the head. Tactics are in the hands. Results are in the heart.

The Richie Norton Show podcast stacks are similar to the stuff trainers sell for a lot of money because they are valuable. I know because I do sell this stuff, my clients sell this stuff and we buy this stuff. It’s that good. Hope you enjoy this free content…free is a fast way to spread a message but my fear is that you won’t take it for the value it can provide. I hope the effort to listen will help you learn, launch and live for the better–whatever that looks like for you.

Dream big and act on the small things.

One.Day.At.A.Time.

Listen Here to The Richie Norton Show Podcast: Happiness, Entrepreneurship, Lifestyle, Productivity

MORE PLACES TO FOLLOW FOR DAILY INSIGHTS? HERE YOU GO!

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/richie_norton
LINKEDIN: http://www.linkedin.com/in/richardnorton
FB: https://www.facebook.com/richienorton
TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/richienorton

RICHIE NORTON SHOW COMMUNITY:https://www.facebook.com/groups/richiepodcast
RICHIE NORTON SHOW NOTES AND RESOURCES: http://www.richienorton.com/

Written by on May 2, 2020 | Permalink | Trackbacks (0)
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S1 E23: SIRAH — A Light in the Dark (Explicit)

SIRAH, Grammy Award Winning Rapper

This Podcast is Fire. Must Listen.

SIRAH — A Light in the Dark (Explicit)

SIRAH is a Grammy award winning rapper (Skrillex – Bangarang) who overcame abject poverty, homelessness, kidnapping, rape, drugs, gangs, violence, and addiction. She lived through the unimaginable and created a new life through self-determination. She brings her uncommon experience and wisdom into her music and outreach efforts. As a singer songwriter she works with many artists and travels the world. She is a life coach to celebrities, teens and women and is based in Hollywood.

Skrillex and Sirah Win Grammy (Source: Getty Images)

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Richie met Sirah in Moldova doing a TEDx Talk a few years ago. They’ve been best friends ever since.

SIRAH and Richie TEDx Moldova

Sirah discusses her stranger-than-fiction life story and teaches you how you can work through your most difficult circumstances. Sirah’s message is deep, important, raw, real and necessary. You will find the light in your life and protect others’ light as a result of listening in and applying the lessons learned. Sirah says, “You get to choose what your past meant to create your future.” Learn how to channel your light in your darkness. Your reaction creates the energy around situations, not the situation itself. Sirah is a light in the dark. You can be a light too. You must. Listen to Sara and be inspired. (Explicit)

SIRAH (Source: Getty Images)
Sirah and Richie in Moldova. Frame Game. (New Band) :-) 2016.
TEDx Chisinau. Richie and SIRAH. 2016.
Cardon Norton and Sirah on a fiery day at Disneyland. 2017.
Richie and Sirah. Hollywood. 2020.

Click here to listen (or search on your favorite podcast publisher):

Sirah’s life-changing story will change your life for the good.

THE RICHIE NORTON SHOW COMMUNITY

We can chat here about the conversations we have on the podcast. So rad. So fun. SOOO good! Click here for to join our free community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/richiepodcast

DON’T MISS THE AFTERCAST AND SOLOCAST

S1 E24: How to Choose Your Past to Create Your Future

#24 SIRAH AFTERCAST MINI-TRAINING: Richie Norton takes a deep dive into Sirah’s amazing insights and life lessons on the Interview. Specifically, as Sirah says,

“I have lots of different sides. Some of those sides are no longer needed. We have to unlearn some of those because we are no longer threatened. There are sides of me that aren’t needed any more.They were useful then. They aren’t useful now.”

SIRAH

Learn how to shed layers that use to be useful that aren’t serving you now. Learn how to create and share light inside and out. Richie goes through a series of reflective questions to help you uncover what needs to be done to become a more translucent human. 

S1 E25: Life Experience is the New Work Experience

#25 RICHIE NORTON SOLOCAST MINI-TRAINING: Sirah said,

“Everybody coming into our lives is a lesson.”

SIRAH

In this podcast, Richie provides breadth to the depth of your life, your experience and future so you can better learn from every person and every experience (past and present). If you want to experience the depth of life, it’s not going to happen by digging deeper. The depth of life is found in the breadth of living.

Each time throughout history that a new era of rapid advancement happens, the key players to the progress and the winners in this economy have a breadth of experience. Yes, depth is important. Depth gets context when breadth gets attention.

The old adage “jack of all trades, master of none” doesn’t make sense today. In fact, in the 21st Century, if you’re a master of one, you’re a master of none. Why? The world changes so fast that the thing you mastered becomes irrelevant overnight or is automated.

Life-Experience is the New Work-Experience (Breadth > Depth). Discover depth and breadth lessons through self-concept clarity — a clearer sense of self. The more you learn, the more creative you become IF you apply breadth to your depth. Your experience matters. Use it well.

What is an Aftercast and a Solocast?

Every Interview is followed by what I call an Aftercast and a Solocast. So. each episode becomes a three-part training. These mini-trilogy trainings can be listened independently. I’ve included the Aftercast and Solocast for those looking to create significant, meaningful life and business transformations.

All improvement is self-improvement.

I invented / coined the term “aftercast” to mean an in-depth, post-show review of the interview show I do with my guests to serve my listeners as mini-training for greater implementation. An aftercast is a reward for action-takers interested in the topic(s) my guest. My aftercast podcast draws primarily from my guest’s content as the subject material for life and business lessons.

The solocast piece in this three-part scenario is the last episode in the podcast training trilogy. In a solocast, I teach my listeners entrepreneurship, life lessons and more drawing primarily from my own teachings, philosophies, experiences and works around the topics discussed with my guests.

If you listen to all three parts in what I call a podcast stack or podcast stacking, you will 1) learn from an expert in an interview format, 2) take a deep dive into the expert’s content as if it were a high-level training or masterclass on subject-matter strategy, and 3) learn additional ways to from me on how I implement the information and you can to as a practical, hands-on approach.

Strategy is in the head. Tactics are in the hands. Results are in the heart.

The Richie Norton Show podcast stacks are similar to the stuff trainers sell for a lot of money because they are valuable. I know because I do sell this stuff, my clients sell this stuff and we buy this stuff. It’s that good. Hope you enjoy this free content…free is a fast way to spread a message but my fear is that you won’t take it for the value it can provide. I hope the effort to listen will help you learn, launch and live for the better–whatever that looks like for you.

Dream big and act on the small things.

One.Day.At.A.Time.

Listen Here to The Richie Norton Show Podcast: Happiness, Entrepreneurship, Lifestyle, Productivity

MORE PLACES TO FOLLOW FOR DAILY INSIGHTS? HERE YOU GO!

INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/richie_norton
LINKEDIN: http://www.linkedin.com/in/richardnorton
FB: https://www.facebook.com/richienorton
TWITTER: http://www.twitter.com/richienorton

RICHIE NORTON SHOW COMMUNITY:https://www.facebook.com/groups/richiepodcast
RICHIE NORTON SHOW NOTES AND RESOURCES: http://www.richienorton.com/

Written by on February 23, 2020 | Permalink | Trackbacks (0)
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