Scrambled Eggs 25 – Mike Kerr

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 25, I spoke with Mike Kerr, author of The Jerk-Free Workplace : How You Can Take the Lead to Create a Happier, More Inspiring Workplace.

We discussed terms that can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs 24 – Rico Vallejos

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 24, I spoke with Rico Vallejos, award-winning writer, translator, transcreator and copy editor of advertising and poetry in English and Spanish.

We discussed terms that can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs 23 – Christine Kane

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 23, I spoke with Christine Kane, author of The Soul-Sourced Entrepreneur: An Unconventional Success Plan for the Highly Creative, Secretly Sensitive, and Wildly Ambitious

We discussed the term MONETIZE: Along with scalability, entrepreneurs other favorite word when playing Scrabble.

This term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs 22 – April Rinne

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 22, I spoke with April Rinne, author of Flux: 8 Superpowers for Thriving in Constant Change.

We discussed the term COSMETIC CHANGES: When something should be massively re-done.

This term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs 21 – Nika Kabiri

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 21, I spoke with Nika Kabiri, author of Money off the Table: Decision Science and the Secret to Smarter Investing.

We discussed the term (being encouraged to) LEAN IN: The precursor to throwing up.

This term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs 20 – Michele Wucker

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 20, I spoke with Michele Wucker, author of You Are What You Risk: The New Art and Science of Navigating an Uncertain World.

We discussed the term (IT’S NOT) BRAIN SURGERY: Trying to explain a simple concept to executives suddenly unable to fathom a course of action which may have some risk and which they’re, therefore, loathe to be associated with.

This term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs 19 – Mark Botros

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 19, I spoke with Mark Botros, management consultant and host of the Life Works podcast.

We discussed the term MANAGING EXPECTATIONS: Telling the client small lies over time, rather than one big lie at the end of the project.

This term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs 18 – Tim Houlihan

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 18, I spoke with Tim Houlihan, founder of Behavior Alchemy and co-founder/co-host of the Behavioral Grooves podcast.

We discussed the term DELIVERABLES: Stuff that goes from your manager’s to-do list onto yours.

These term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs 17 – David Avrin

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 17, I spoke with David Avrin, the author of Why Customers Leave (and How to Win Them Back).

We discussed the term CALL MENU OPTIONS: The opportunity to scream “Representative” into your phone repeatedly.

These term and many more can be found in my new book:

Scrambled Eggs 16 – Adam Kahane

Need a quick laugh to go along with some food for thought? Then this and every session of Scrambled Eggs is perfect, as Dan Hill and his guest explore a key term from each author’s book and how it might lead to improved business practices.

In episode 16, I spoke with Adam Kahane who wrote Facilitating Breakthrough: How to Remove Obstacles, Bridge Differences, and Move Forward Together.

We discussed the term ACTIVE LISTENING: A colleague preparing to interrupt.

These term and many more can be found in my new book: