Caged Vision Podcast
By Carey Rome
Caged Vision PodcastDec 10, 2020
Building a Military Startup with Brig Gen Shawn Campbell
In this super special edition of the Caged Vision Podcast, I interview Brigadier General (Brig Gen) Shawn Campbell. We discuss his nearly 3 decades of leadership in the US Air Force and newly minted US Space Force.
Brig Gen Campbell dives into how doing things differently as a leader is many times what is required to reverse failure and achieve success.
He is an example of a true pioneer in change management and transformation on a massive scale. For example, his instrumental efforts in building the first new independent service of the DoD in nearly 75 years from the ground up - the new USSF.
If that wasn’t enough, he was on a tight budget and an even tighter timeline.
You have to hear this story. It shows that we can all accomplish more than we ever believed possible.
He drops an amazing quote from Churchill, "Courage is going from failure to failure without losing enthusiasm.”
He provides some great examples of both successes and failures he himself experienced throughout his life and military service.
He is now responsible for nearly 700K Total Force personnel and over $60B in funding annually..almost hard to imagine.
It was truly an honor to have Brig Gen Campbell on the podcast, and I highly recommend listening to his insights.
"If you’re standing still, you’re actually moving backward” ~Brig Gen Shawn Campbell
The Secret Society of Success with Special Guest - Tim Schurrer
"There is no limit to what a man can do or where he can go if he doesn't mind who gets the credit." This is from the plaque that sat on Ronald Reagan's desk during his presidency. Could it be that President Reagan was actually a member of a Secret Society?
Well, whether he knew it or not, President Reagan certainly had the mindset of what Tim Schurrer calls The Secret Society of Success.
On today's Caged Vision Podcast I interview author Tim Schurrer on his new book The Secret Society of Success. Be sure to download and listen to here great stories like:How Tim unlocked his Caged Vision LeBron James and his 2020 season The impact Bob Goff is making with Love Does Tim's hack in an attempt to become the next John Mayer And, the story of Thistle Farms…from one house to an international movement
Be sure to pick up a copy of Tim's book. If you're like me, you not only be glad you did, you'll be a better person for reading it.
You can find Tim on his website - https://www.buildawinningteam.com.
Customer Experience Strategies with Andy Perez
Strategies (Like Lego) to Improve Customer Experience So You Build Trust and They See AND Experience Value
You've seen it well done and you've been super frustrated when its not… When you purchase a product or service, you're expecting a certain amount of value. The problem is many have just missed the boat on making user adoption easy.
In this episode of the Caged Vision Podcast, I interview Andy Perez, the Co-Founder of Clove. Clove delivers a unified customer experience that builds trust and drives adoption. We start out with a really funny story of how we got connected and then Andy drops some wisdom and best practices around customer experience and adoption.
Download and listen to hear great stories, a bit of laughter, and some great examples of who's doing customer experience well.
You can reach Andy on LinkedIn, his website, or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
When Your Strategy Hits an Unforeseen Wall - with Special Guest Mike Eilts
How to best pivot when your strategy hits an unforeseen wall
You know what they say about the best-laid plans… But, does that mean never plan? Hardly! The key is being able to quickly identify when the assumptions you've made have changed.
In this episode, I interview a very special guest, Mike Eilts. Mike is a visionary, an entrepreneur, a weather guy at heart, and an advisor to businesses.
Download and listen to the episode to get key takeaways, such as:The best way to identify what you should focus on The importance of focusing on your one thing How to identify who values what you offer most
Mike, thanks for your insights and for being an amazing guest! I very much look forward to continued conversations and learning from your wisdom.
You can reach Mike on Twitter, his website, or via email at email@example.com
Faster Insights from Your Data with Nick Amabile - CEO at DAS42
How to get faster insights from your data for better-informed decision
What would you do for faster insights from your data? How would it help you to make better-informed decisions?
If you've asked these questions, you are not alone.
…it may even be what's keeping you up at night.
This is exactly why I'm super excited for you to hear today's Caged Vision Podcast with Nick Amabile. Nick has worked with some of the largest organizations in the world like Dropbox, Cigna, Snap, Uber, Walmart, and Amazon to name a few.
Needless to say, he's got some great ProTips I can't wait for you to hear. Download to listen to Nick's confident, smooth, and approachable methods to getting faster insights from your data for better decisions.
Oh, and if you're interested in connecting with Nick, below are the best way to connect with him:
Follow Nick on LinkedIn here: https://www.linkedin.com/in/namabile/
Learn more about Nick and his company here: https://das42.com
Holy Christmas, I really need to talk to Nick ASAP: https://das42.com/contact
Thanks for downloading and listing!
Critical Moments in Crisis Response with Bill Coletti (CEO - Kith)
How Critical Moments will define your success in Crisis Response
What is the value of your reputation? How would you respond in a moment of Crisis?
As a former Arthur Andersen employee who witnessed the damage a crisis can cause, today's guest, Bill Coletti on the Caged Vision Podcast is a must-listen.
When you listen, you'll find best practices such as:How to respond now that the internet and real-time information has changed everything The formula for how to speed your response and be successful The definition of your organization's outside perception
Thanks for the great show Bill! To best connect with Bill, you can find him on LinkedIn here or on his company website -> https://kith.co/.
Thanks for checking out the show!
Protect Your Business Investment with Guest Tim Cosby (CEO - Real Retention)
What if you knew how to best protect your biggest business investment?
…And, are you now scrambling to figure out what that investment might be?
Today's guest on the Caged Vision Podcast has spent his entire carrier honing in on the best way to do just that. So be sure to download and listen - when you do, you'll get great key takeaways such as:The #1 problem with having a vision for the future of where you want to go. What leaders really want. The key question you need to ask yourself before you'll ever be able to really grow.
Thanks for the great show, Tim!
To best connect with Tim, you can find him on LinkedIn here https://www.linkedin.com/in/tcosby/ or on his company website, https://realretention.com.
Thanks for checking out the show!
How to Lead with Passion with Trent Kocurek (CEO of AirShip)
How to lead with passion and not lose the personality behind your vision
"Ideas come and go, but if they last more than a couple of months I know that there's something there."
This week on the Caged Vision Podcast, I interview Trent Kocurek, CEO of AirShip. Trent is a passion-driven person who thrives on unlocking the passion and value of his customer.
Be sure to download and listen. When you do, you get some great takeaways like:When determining if you need to invest in one of your ideas, write your idea down, and if you keep coming back to it, that's an early indicator of your true passion behind the idea. How to be a passion-driven person by constantly reinvesting in your ideas. Clearly articulate how what you do will enhance and assist in adding value to your customer.
Use these tips to help lead with your passion and not lose the personality behind your vision.
To connect with Trent, you can find him on LinkedIn and on his company website - AirShip.
Chasing Your Vision - with Special Guest Gary Chan
Great ideas are a dime a dozen. Here's how to get them advanced! You've got a great idea.
In fact, you have tons of great ideas. And, you're so confident in your ideas, you can't help but share them with leadership.
The problem is great ideas are a dime a dozen, and anyone can saying what should get done.
So how do you test your great ideas and get them funded?
Today's guest on the Caged Visio Podcast is Gary Chan.
Gary had a bright mind from his earliest years and got drawn to technology.
To advance his passion, Gary went on to study Electrical Engineering and Computer Science at MIT.
After years in industry, Gary went out on his own to chase a vision of his own.
To that end, on today's show, we also have a guest host in Greg Luce.
As you'll hear, Greg has a similar interest and Gary and was able to step up the questioning in a topic that was way over my head.
How Saying "Yes" Change My Life - with Barbara Turley (CEO of The Virtual Hub)
How deciding to SAY YES opened doors and changed my life.
"I came out of corporate, so it's not like I had the playbook for how to do this… I always wanted to launch my own company but didn't know exactly what it might look like."
In today's Caged Vision Podcast, I interview Barbara Turley, the Founder, and CEO of The Virtual Hub. Barbara is like many entrepreneurs.
She had a desire, but quite frankly…stumbled into the opportunity.
But there is a very valuable lesson Barbara shares as she describes how the opportunity presented itself.
Download and listen by using the link in the comments below 👇 👇 👇
You can reach Barbara on LinkedIn HERE and on her website at www.thevirtualhub.com
Enjoy the listen, and my hope is by listening, you get one step further in unlocking your Caged Vision.
Determining What's Next for Your Organization with Robert Niemiec
"We just need help in determining what's next for our organization…"
Does this describe your thoughts for you and your organization?
If so, you're not alone.
The good news is today's guest, Bob Niemiec, and his firm specializes in helping companies do just that.
They use an extraordinary technique that you're going to want to know about to solve this expansive challenge in organizations today.
Be sure to download and listen today to gain insight on:How to have the most significant impact on your growth curve The advantages of using the talents and skills drawn from both industrial design and engineering to solve problems How to replicate your culture The benefits of Human Capital Design How to lift the fog in your organization
Bob, thanks for being a great guest on the show!
Listeners, be sure to check out Bob and his company Twisthink!
How To Prioritize What Matters When When All Eyes 👀 Are On You
How to prioritize what matters when expectations when all eyes are on you.
"I was in my car, leaving for New York when I had this feeling…I need to be home with my wife and baby girl."
Earlier that morning, AC Evans was spending a little time with his daughter before going to accept the most prominent award he'd ever received.
After his daughter literally threw up in his face, AC washed up, suited up, and was off to the airport.
Sitting in his car, AC had a moment that caused him to pause.
No award, no acknowledgment, no accolade, was more significant than his moment to let his wife and daughter know they were a priority.
AC got out of the car, put on his PJs, and spent the day with his family.
This story is just one of many great examples AC Evans provides for leadership, priorities, focus, culture, and making moments count.
AC is this week's guest on the Caged Vision Podcast.
AC is the CEO and Co-founder of Drips.com, a conversational SMS platform.
AC has a fascinating story of entrepreneurship and provides practical advice for getting started, getting better, and getting it right.
Please download, share, like, and visit AC at drips.com.
Thanks for listening and enjoy the show!
How to Best use AI for Better Analytics
When you've worked for four of the biggest consulting firms, you've seen a few things. You've also seen years worth of "modernization" set as the primary priority in a matter of months. But how do you take decades of data, organize it, clean it, structure it, integrate it, and then somehow use it to predict business outcomes better?
Well, you're in luck! Today I have an AI guru who has lead manufacturing, financial services, and higher education in their most pressing AI initiatives.
I have Mohit Sahgal on the show today. Mohit is the Head of Data Engineering at EKI-Digital.
Be sure to listen to the podcast to discover:The importance of creating the right starting point with your data What a Co-Location and Integration strategy can do for you How to create analytics to predict better and perfect business operations
Find more about Mohit and EKI-Digital at https://www.eki-digital.com
How to be an INFLUENCER that Matters with Bob Burg
How to be an INFLUENCER that matters.
Are you a Go-Getter? Most of you might instinctively respond with an immediate and resounding YES!
…But what about a GO-GIVER INFLUENCER?
Today, my guest Bob Burg, co-author of The Go-Giver series, talks Influence on the Caged Vision Podcast. We had an amazing conversation filled with the wisdom Bob is known for. Below are a few takeaways:
"We can all have a vision. It's holding on to that vision…having a vision is the easy part, it's holding that vision is often the difficult part, especially when things do go as we want them to go."
"Influence on a basic level is the ability to move a person or persons to a desired action & within the context of a specific goal. That's the definition, but by no means is it the substance or the essence of Influence."
"The essence of influence is PULL."
"A great influencer asks themselves questions to make sure they're facing the right direction. For example: How does what I'm asking of this person align with THEIR goals, THEIR needs?"
"Leadership can come from anywhere in an organization, but for it to be a culture, it's got to come from the top."
You can access all of Bob's amazing content, including his books, podcast, video series, and the amazing new course he's launched at www.burg.com.
Stay well and thanks for listening to the Caged Vision Podcast, helping you Unlocking Your Vision and Transform Your Business.
95: How to Overcome Your Fear and Follow Your Heart
How to Overcome Your Fear and Follow Your Heart.
This week's Caged Vision Podcast interview with Sophie Chiche revealed 6 golden nuggets of wisdom. At the age of 17, Sophie made a life-changing decision. It would take guts, it would take courage, it would take overcoming her fears, and it would take following her heart.
Along her journey, and through our conversation, Sophie revealed six key takeaways that helped her continue to pursue her path and unlock her vision.Find Motivation Control Your Fear Follow Your Heart Do What Matters To You (Because sustaining your effort takes stamina) Not Everyone Wants You To Succeed Remove All Of The “Can’t’s” Surrounding You
Be sure to listen to download and listen to this episode to learn more about how these six steps shaped Sophie’s life.
To learn more about Sophie and connect with her, go to www.becurrenttoday.com or reach her on LinkedIn here -> Sophie Chiche
94: How Private and Protected is Your Data?
93: 3 Trends That Will Impact the Future of Your Data
92: How to Find Safety in Business When You're Both Drowning
91: An Interview with Ann Handley
90: How to See Beyond What You Know to Create the Impossible
You know it to be true. In fact, your expertise is grounded in all that you know…and that gives you confidence.
The problem is, if you only live in what you know, you’ll never expand your frame of reference and thinking into what you don’t know.
On today’s Caged Vision Podcast, David Chislett, who is an expert on creativity, gives lessons on how to be more creating.
I hope you enjoy the show.
89: Being Buried Alive and Alone Changes Your Perspective
88: Visualizing Success and Making it Happen
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87: How to Change Leadership Failure by Embracing the Fire
86: An Interview with Dr. Tyson Franklin
85: A Slingshot Opportunity to Make the World a Better Place
84: How to Set Up Your Team to Successfully Implement Strategy
I received a lot of great feedback from LinkedIn on this episode, and thought it would be a timely repost, given we are entering the strategy planning period for many companies.
I really enjoyed being on the Strategy and Leadership Podcast. I hope you enjoy the show.
83: How to Go From On Your Back to Back on Top
82: Why Never Asking for Permission is the Right Start
Ann brings stories from all the way back from being an 8-year old with a journal, and what that taught her about what she did and did not want to do.
81: Losing Complete Faith in My Team Was the Best Thing for My Business
80: How to Overcome a Poverty Mindset and Become the Best You
79: How to Motivate When Your Best Efforts Got You in the Wrong Place
78: Why Authentic Strategy is the Way of the Future
77: How the New Secret to Success Will Unlock Opportunity
76: Going From Dumpster Diving to Feeding the Hungry
75: Who Says You Need an MBA to Think Strategically?
The problem is many of these same business owners spend too much time fighting fires and not enough time working on the business.
The good news is you don’t need an MBA to think strategically about your business.
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74: The Fun is Always On the Other Side of YES
Thoughts on the advice Andy would give his 20 year-old self:
“Don’t be scared. If it’s scary, (as long as it’s not dangerous) I should try it. Take the leap. Do one thing everyday that scares you."
You can find and follow Andy at BuyLocalNJ.com
73: Just a Little Bit of Belief Turned My Life Around
Here are a couple of my favorite quotes:
“Until you have a little bit of belief in yourself, you’re not going to start taking any action.”
“As soon as I started getting belief in myself, things started to improve.”
I hope you enjoy the episode.
To reach Tyson, visit TysonFranklin.com.
72: Let Yes Be Yes And No Be No
- Persistence is key to unlocking vision and working towards success
- Explain how you got yes to be yes
- Be Confident - don't give half or wish-washy answers
Don't give a yes "but" answer
If you do this:
- More thought and research before committing to an idea
- Steadfastness to see it through until it becomes a No
- Commitment and Clarity of Direction
71. Empower Your People
1. Empowering People:
2. Your role is to be an:
3. Guiding them based on your vision
There are 2 types of companies:
Hard - Work, Burnout, Cut Throat
Soft - Work for Security, Apathy, No Challenge, Entitled
70. Creating The Customer Experience Through Data
The 2nd show in a 2-part series on Customer Experience. In this episode, we cover the 'data' aspect the CX and how to form the ideal experience for your customer.
1. 86% of Customers are willing to pay for a good customer experience
2. 73% of customers point to their experience as a factor in their purchasing
3. 65% of buyers find a positive experience with a brand more important than brand advertising
Data - You have it, so USE IT!
69: The Fundamentals of Customer Experience
Your customers want an experience with your brand that is:
The problem is your staff have different personalities and approach customer experience differently.
68: What's Stopping You From Starting?
67: Storytelling Your Vision
1. Your employees want to be relevant to your organization
2. The problem is they're disconnected from your strategy:
- It's not contextual/relevant
- They don't know how to add value
3. As the CEO, you understand, because you've been an employee
66: Is It Your Season To Say No Or To Grow
65: Stay Focused On The Vision
~ Anthony Zolezzi
This week's show with the CEO of Twinlab Consolidation Corporation, Anthony Zolezzi, is all about keeping your eye on the end goal...the vision of what you know you can achieve.
Stop worrying about the "how" and the challenges that may arise in your pursuit.
Stay focused on the end goal.
Thanks to Anthony for such a great show!
64: Why Are You So Afraid?
Make Strategy Contextual
Make Them More Engaged and That They Have Something to Add
2. Get Them to a Place of Self Discovery
Don't Give the Plan
Help Them Think Through the Assumptions
3. Remove Fear and Anxiety
Show the Path
Let Them Find Steps
Iterate at a Small Level
Leads to the Next Step
63: Status Quo - NOT The Risk Free Option
1 - Drink Your Own Kool-Aid
2 - What Got You Here Will Get You There
3 - Build Trenches So Deep All You See Are The Sides
Why The Status Quo Is So Sticky:
1 - Over Intellectualizing Strategy
2 - Not Engaging People Emotionally
3 - Defend Market Share
What To Do About Status Quo:
1 - Risk Rate Status Quo
2 - Look For Language That Reaffirms Your Status
3 - Look For New Ways To Add Value
62: Don't Trade Self Discovery and Exploration for Aughtness
61: The Power Of Habit
60: How Do You Know When You Are Minnovating?
59: Fear of Unlocking Caged Vision
How are you coming?
Astute business leaders already know…they feel it.
Is it another year of:
1. Same old, same old
2. Verdict is still out, or
3. Clear, distinct path
58: How Surrounding Yourself With The Right People Can Help You Achieve Anything
~ Bonny Simi
This is an excerpt from Bonny Simi’s Olympic rise from becoming a novice to the nations best in 3 short months. How did she do it?
57: Hope Is Not A Strategy
56: LinkedIn Tips To Unlock Your Caged Vision
55: Lessons From Forged In Crisis
54: A Message For All Of The Naysayers Out There
Today we’re joined by Tim Alison, founder of Screw the Naysayers Productions, which includes a book, podcast and tons of life lessons.
Tim has great stories about how he just figured it out, that I think will serve as encouragement to anyone looking to unlock their caged vision
I know you’ll enjoy and learn a lot from Tim’s story.
So please help me welcome Tim Alison.
53: Learning to Navigate the Messy Middle in Any Business Venture
In today’s episode, we try something different from the norm, that we hope you love.
One of my favorite new books is by Scott Belsky. The book “The Messy Middle” is about finding your way through the hardest and most critical part of any bold venture.
Throughout the podcast, we play audio clips from the book, and discuss how it applies to both business and unlocking caged vision.
We hope you enjoy this format. If you do, please let us know…
52: Lessons from Across the Globe with Ed Andrew
51: Understanding The Signals That Drive Your Purpose
50: 7 Steps to Build a Moat Around Your Ideas
As it turns out, the process you go through to make your vision a reality is the same process that makes your vision unique.
So as you look out at other's ideas, you have options.
Listen to learn more.
49: How To Become One of The Country’s Fastest Growing Companies
One of the big topics that we’re going to discuss in today’s episode is SEEing your vision and putting your plan to work.
Enjoy the episode and best of luck in achieving your growth goals.
48: 5 Habits To Keep Your Vision Alive
47: Bottom Up Strategy
46: Put Your Vision To Work
45: 5 Steps To Turn Strategy Into Action
44: Who Knew? New Years Facts You Never Knew
43: Tips For Selling Your Vision
42: Your Strategy Questions Answered
41: Scary...Inside Carey's Head
40: Is Your Strategy Meaningless?
39: Own It! Coaching Employees to Own Their Work
38: Defining Transformational Work
37: Your Opportunity to Add Value in 2019
36: Finding the Benefit of Resources
35: The Capacity to Do More
34: Setting Clear Expectations
33: Do You Know What Needs to be Done First?
32: How to Find the Pillars that Support Your Strategy
31: 3 Ways to Do More Faster in 2019
30: 5 Ways to Salvage Strategy Breakdown
29: See and Hit Strategy Curveballs
28: Make Better Progress - Ask Your Team These 3 Questions
27: Focus - The One Thing Missing From Your Strategy
26: How to Help Your Employees Think Critically
In this episode, we go even deeper into the process of engaging your team by empowering them with critical thinking.
25: Why You Can't Afford to Stop Learning?
This means when it comes to investing in yourself – if you’re reading a book, taking a course or even listening to a podcast - you’re way ahead of the majority. That’s your secret weapon!
In today’s episode, we share our experiences and insights on why learning is essential in simplifying your own understanding and your ability to explain and connect the dots for your team.
24: Does Your Strategy Cause Fear?
In this episode, we go in detail about why this problem arises and offer a solution as well as the three questions that will seal the deal with your team and get them all on-board with your vision.
23: Business Goals - Do My Employees Even Care?
In this episode, we’re sharing our top strategies to get you and your team fully aligned, engaged, and energized to deliver on your vision and finish the year strong!
22: 1/2 Way There - Is Your Strategy Living on a Prayer?
In this episode, we’re sharing the three questions you should ask yourself and your team to build the right strategy and get everyone on the same page for implementation.
21: How to Move from Indecision to Action in Your Business
In this episode, we’re talking about identifying the signs that you may be in the middle, the power of gratitude, and five ways to get yourself out of the middle. We’re also bringing on our intern Maggie to share her experience with being in the middle!
20: Doctor or an Architect - Determining Business Needs
An architect is proactive and commands premium rates. They offer the health plan that works for the long term, not the Advil for the latest pain. What that means for you is helping your clients build a brighter future.
In this episode, we walk you through 5 steps you can use to transform yourself, and your business, from reactive doctors to proactive architects.
19: Want Freedom in Your Business? Learn from a Rat
Chances are, the frustration of being trapped is leading you to unhealthy habits and behaviors.
If all we know are our learned behaviors, we won’t see new results and we’ll end up trapping ourselves. But, not to worry, we’re here to help you break out of that limiting mindset!
In this episode, we share our top three specific action steps you can use to unlock your caged vision. It’s time to set your business free to grow!
18: The Island of Misfit Toys
Having the mind of a misfit means sticking to your vision and putting your desire to make an impact over your desire to be liked.
In this episode, we explore the stories of four successful misfits and give you our top three tips on how to awaken your misfit mind, transform your business, and crush your goals.
17: Turning Your Business Upside Down
In this week’s episode, we cover three ways you can unlock your business potential and view your industry differently, so you can turn your business upside down, differentiate yourself, and maximize your profits.
16: Confidence to Pursue Your Vision
The answer to that question is the topic of this week’s podcast episode … confidence!
In this episode, we’re diving more into this topic by breaking down three ways to build confidence and sharing the stories of the inspiring individuals mentioned above.
15: The Willingness to Be Wrong
One hundred percent of the time, something about your assumptions will be wrong and the sooner you accept this, the sooner you can break free from your caged vision.
To help you become more willing to be wrong, we discuss why this is so important, how to react when you're wrong, and what to do with the experience of being wrong so you can be right in the future.
14: Being Right for the Wrong Reasons
But ... what if it was the right product and it was just the wrong market or the wrong time?
In this week's episode, we're going to provide multiple examples of real-life products that were initially flops to demonstrate how important it is to think about the potential a seemingly unsuccessful product can have.
13: Turning Your Unicorn Into a Zebra
Who hasn't dreamed of a million-dollar business idea? An idea so unique it's never been seen before. You know, kind of like ... a unicorn?
In this week's episode of the Caged Vision podcast, we're explaining the difference between a unicorn idea and a zebra idea, giving you three tips to turn your unicorn into a zebra, and providing you with two examples of how you can stop letting your unicorn idea create your caged vision.
12: When Routine Becomes Habit and Business Suffers
Certain habits can be good, but often they're negative habits that prevent us from fully realizing our potential and actually keep us locked inside our cage.
In this episode, we're breaking down what a habit loop is, how it's causing your business or career to suffer, how you can break a habit loop, and why you don't want to be a metaphorical fireman.
11: Can Employees Have Caged Vision?
So, that got us wondering ... can employees also suffer from having caged vision?
We're diving into this exact question in today's episode and covering it from both the employee and the employer's perspective.
10: When the Cage Door Appears Open
Through a two half-day sessions we were able to help them unpack new growth opportunities and finally unlock their cage door.
In this episode, we're breaking down that process; including the three questions we ask all our clients.
09: Reverse Engineering Success
In this episode, we'll explain the exact method we use with our clients to help them unlock their caged vision by reverse engineering their own success.
08: Unlocking and Executing Business Potential
We're also using the experience of that photo shoot, to illustrate the three steps you need to take in order to execute your ideas.
Anyone can come up with ideas. Implementing them, however, is an entirely different thing. So many people never move past the idea phase and we're going to show you how to make sure you're not one of them.
07: I Started a Podcast and My Wife is Embarrassed
You'll also find out the steps to getting out of your cage so you can start doing something new and stop trading your time for money.
06: What's Your Expertise Worth?
We're all experts at something. So, we should all be selling our expertise in a way that doesn't require us to be as hands on as we need to be when we charge an hourly rate.
But, how do we do that?
In this episode, Carey and Lisa talk about the steps you need to take in order to stop trading time for money and, instead, start trading your expertise.
05: From Immigrant to Success with John Mejia - Part 3
In this final part, John recounts how he saw his dream of being a pilot slip away after the tragic events of 9/11.
Take a listen to this episode to hear the powerful story of how John not only came back from that dark period in his life, but how he's thrived and is now using a system he created to help others around him do the same.
04: From Immigrant to Success with John Mejia - Part 2
In part one, John shared a heartbreaking story of growing up an immigrant in a tough part of New York.
In this episode, John talks about the dream that helped him make it through, the struggles along the way, and the moment that made it all worth it.
03: From Immigrant to Success with John Mejia - Part 1
As an child immigrant, John thought all his American's dreams were going to come true but those dreams quickly turned into nightmares.
In part one of this series, John talks about that experience and touches on what led him to become a pilot.
02: Five Signs You’re Suffering from Caged Vision
Caged leads to frustration, anger, resentment, family issues, and a loss of revenue ... all of which are direct results of the signs Carey and Lisa discuss in this episode.
If you're wondering if you might be suffering from caged vision, take a listen and see if these signs sound familiar to you.
01: What is Caged Vision?
Carey also dives into the story of how he built a business that left him feeling trapped and how he was able to break free from the cycle of trading time for money.
00: Welcome to the Caged Vision Podcast
In this special introduction to the Caged Vision podcast, you'll get to know your hosts a little better, find out why this topic is so important to them, and what you'll get out of this podcast.