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The Virtual Campfire with Tony Martignetti – Mindset Mondays with David Taylor-Klaus

By As Seen On

“We don’t see the world as it is. We see the world as we are.” 
“If all meaning is made up, why not make up something that serves?”

On The Virtual Campfire, we discussed how to follow your passion healthily and happily. We talk about the dangerous myth that, if it’s hard, it’s good. We discussed the importance of seeking help and accepting it when it’s offered. On this show, I emphasized the crucial role my family has played in my life and elaborates on the importance of community. Humans are wired for connection, and its important to change your lens in order to bring about the reality you want to see. Listen in!

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Podcast: Life as Leadership

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REWIRE Your Thinking to Maximize Your Leadership with David Taylor-Klaus


  • The REWIRE framework (replacing an unhelpful behavior with a helpful one): 1. Reflect 2. Experiment 3. Write 4. Investigate 5. Revise 6. Expand (to other areas)
  • Of these six areas, people tend away most from writing and expanding. Watch out that you don’t fall into the same trap!
  • Expand your influence by using the Cascade Effect: Serving and leading people who will do the same for others.
  • Use the 10-10-10 tool: Take three timelines (minutes, hours, days, years, decades, etc.). What will the impact of this decision be in 10 ___, 10 ___, and 10 ___)?
  • Leaders need to understand the impact of their “leadership impact wake” and the gap between what it is and what they intend it to be.
  • Managers achieve a given goal as effectively as possible, but entrepreneurs decide what they want to be true and create the conditions to make that truth a reality.

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Episode 154: Gratitude is the ability to experience life as a gift. It liberates us from the prison of self-preoccupation.

By Mindset Mondays

Episode #154 — More Gratitude, Less Platitude A search for quotes about gratitude will yield an endless scroll-parade of images leaving your screen sticky from sugary platitudes. Ewww! And just like my late-night study-snack stockpile in the 1980s: all sweet, no substance. Yes. Gratitude is good. We all get that. Let’s move on … I’m…

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