What Men Really Think – Inside The Man Brain Podcast

 

Mike Goodwin, Corie Johnson and Jeremy Harriot break down life from a guy’s point of view. Politics, religion, pop culture and current events are all up for grabs.

I recently sat down with the men behind The Man Brain Podcast for their 2017 wrap up show. The show bills itself as “What men REALLY think,” and I would have to agree. They break down life from a guy’s point of view from politics, religion, pop culture and current events. All topics are up for grabs.

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Suite Talk: Laugh and Learn with The Bowtie Comedian Mike Goodwin

The Bowtie Comedian Mike Goodwin fatherhood, marriage, money and more.
Comedian Mike Goodwin – Photo Courtesy of Mike Goodwin
Get ready to laugh and be inspired in this rollicking conversation with The Bowtie Comedian Mike Goodwin as we explore fatherhood and marriage, developing the confidence to believe in yourself, learning from failure, money management and more.

Our conversation with Mike is a must listen if, you are like so many in the Thinking Good community who want to get the most out of your professional pursuits while also giving the most to your personal passions.

Mike has penned two pieces for Thinking Good, Respect The Green Room and How to Kill the Interview, and there will be more to come. But for now, lean-in, lean back and enjoy!

What to laugh and learn some more? Check out:

A Leadership Mantra For Modern Times: “I Failed!”

For other Suite Talk podcasts you might also enjoy check out:

Sam Barcroft, Founder and CEO of Barcroft Media – An “Amazing” Storyteller Shares His Story
Executive Coach Matt Cross of Performance Applied – How to Think and Act Like a Leader

Share what you’re thinking, leave a comment. Stay connected with the Thinking Good community.

 

How to Kill the Interview Process

“Be the sharpest dressed candidate in the history of the company’s interview process!” Photo by Clem OnojeghouCourtesy of Unsplah

I would definitely encourage you not to follow the advice I was given as a young professional, “Fake it ’til you make it!”

When I was venturing off into the professional world 15 years ago, folks older than me were giving that advice out like affluent neighborhoods give out the high quality candy like Snicker bars, bags of Skittles and Peanut M&Ms on Halloween.  And I’m not talking about the fun size versions either.  At every turn I heard, “Fake ’til you make it!”

And apparently I wasn’t the only one.  That is evident by the number of articles written about coaches and business executives falsifying information on their resumes. (Google it!)

Let me provide two valuable pieces of information as it relates to being prepared for your first job interview.  Follow my advice and you will be guaranteed to make a splash and be talked about for years to come.

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Respect the Green Room: What the Stand-Up Circuit Teaches About Life

Comedian Mike Goodwin – Photo Courtesy of Mike Goodwin

You can make a few determinations about a comedy club by simply seeing the Green Room. It’s simple to evaluate things like: Is there an outlet to charge my phone? Does the TV work? Does the cable on the TV work? Is there an iron and ironing board?  Or what’s that smell?  Oh, it’s the baby! Ummm…Why is there a baby in the Green Room? This is probably not a great club.

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Consciously Curated: How to … Be a creep, despot or troll

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Here is a roundup of news and information from other sources across the web to help you keep thinking good:

The Expressive Egg: How To Be Creepy
Stare. Nothing says ‘creepy’ so much as a dry, fixed, glittering, inflexible eyeball. Set your face into a single expression, or one of a limited range, for long enough and the lines of your face will radiate the unsettling, the uncanny and the existentially repellent. ‘The inexpressive face is the mirror of a shallow soul.’ The cruder, less expressive, less nuanced the muscles of your face (particularly around the eyes), the more your face will take on the look of that creepiest of objects, the mask.”

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Consciously Curated: Clever Ads, Loving Dad, Improvising Life, Facing Death

Photo by Mario Calvo
Photo by Mario Calvo

Here is a roundup of news and information from other sources across the web to help you keep thinking good:

ADWEEK: Spotify Drops a Cool Campaign

“Spotify puts its vast trove of listener data to playful use in a new global out-of-home ad campaign—its largest OOH effort to date—with executions that playfully highlight some of the more bizarre user habits it noticed throughout 2016.”

Nice Inter-Faith Ad by Amazon Prime (Hat Tip, National Council of Churches):

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