Each Tuesday we release a new episode of Remarkable TV – and we have been doing so since 2014. Here is a list of the most viewed episodes released in 2017, in order of views. If you have watched, you might want to watch again, if you haven’t pick one (or more!) and enjoy and learn from these short videos.
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- Lessons from a Betty Crocker Cake Mix: This may seem like a strange title, but there really are great lessons here. Because of the unique title, this is one of my favorites I recorded this year.
- Getting People to (Really) Listen: You do want people to listen to you, right? This video will give you some tactics to be more successful in having people listen to you.
- Five Daily Decisions: This was the first video we released in 2017, and apparently a pretty popular one. Here I talk not about the big decisions, but the ones we make every day which have a huge impact on our results and success.
- Using a Learning Journal: I’m a big fan of journals for all sorts of purposes – including learning. In this video, I tell you why and how to get started.
- The Benefit of the Doubt Principle: Here I describe what this principle is, and give you four reasons why this principle is so powerful for us. From my perspective, this is one of the most important videos I recorded this year.
- Coaching Up: I get asked about how to coach up – coach a boss or other person above you in your organization. In this video, I give you six tips to be more successful and confident in doing exactly that.
- Vacation and Email: How do you deal with email on vacation? Here I talk about my approach and give you some important food for thought.
- The Allen Wrench Saga: In this episode, I am telling a story about myself; what I learned and how we can all learn a lesson from my situation.
- Having a Good Handshake: Here is an important skill that is not frequently taught. Share this one with your kids if you haven’t yet taught them this life skill.
- The Difference Between Should and Will: If you aren’t clear about the difference (or even if you are), give this a watch.
The list is a good representation of what we try to accomplish with “RTV” – to provide education and inspiration for leaders and others to help them both personally and professionally. I hope you will pick one, or binge, and watch them all.
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