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Worth a Second Look: My 10 Favorite Articles & Videos from 2015

Check out these highlights from my 2015 publications!

Check out these highlights from my 2015 publications!

Free Mental & Spiritual Makeover, Part 2: Inspired Project Teams Podcasts

Topic: Team building, managing project teams, personal growth, philosophy
Format:
Podcasts & matching blog posts
Reviewer/email: Mike G – greers_pm@yahoo.com

[Disclaimer: I write & maintain the Inspired Project Teams website & podcasts. – MG]

My last post focused on some free tools to help with your mental and spiritual makeover as an individual. In this post, we highlight some free podcasts and blog posts that provide “enduring wisdom & guided challenges to help project teams achieve their best.”

Note: These podcasts aren’t only useful for project teams. You can use them to help with a mental and spiritual makeover within your family, your PTA, your soccer team, or simply that group of friends that has become a bit dysfunctional! Here’s how: As you listen to the podcasts and review the suggested team Challenges, whenever you hear the phrase “project team” or “team member,” just mentally replace it with “family” or “family member.” After all, people are people, whether they are working together  on the job or simply trying to get things done together by working on a home or civic project!

Inspired Project Teams Podcasts

(Read more below about specific Challenges & my favorite Inspired Project Teams podcasts.)

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Free to Get & Free to Give: Wisdom & Inspiration (25 PhilosophersNotes, 8 Hours of MP3/iPod Downloads, 150 PDF pages)

Topic: Distilled notes on 25 great philosophers and teachers
Format: Each of the 25 PhilosophersNotes contains: one (approx.) 20-minute MP3 audio and one 6-page (approx.) PDF summary
Reviewer/email: Mike G – greers_pm@yahoo.com

Now this is very cool, indeed! Just in time for your holiday giving: A free gift subscription for you to Brian Johnson’s amazing PhilosophersNotes collection. And better yet: For everyone on your holiday list — When you sign up, you also get an unlimited number of free gift subscription’s to give.

PhilosophersNotes Listings

As I’ve said before, I’m a big fan of Brian Johnson, “head philosopher” at PhilosophersNotes.com. Philosophers are supposed to quote great thinkers. In this collection Brian Johnson does this and brings you insights from: Stephen Covey, Ghandi, Emerson, Wayne Dyer, Deepak Chopra, Viktor Frankl, Byron Katie, Eckhart Tolle, Martin Seligman, Rumi, Marcus Aurelius, and many more. But Philosophers are not supposed to make this Homer Simpson noise: “Whoo Hooo!” Nor are philosophers supposed to repeatedly exclaim, “How cool is that!?” But Brian persists in making such proclamations as he joyfully shares his enthusiasm for the works of 25 great philosophers and teachers. In this collection , you’ll get over 8 hours of MP3 downloads (about 20-minutes each) and around 150 pages of companion PDF files.

Get (& give!) your free subscriptions at: http://philosophersnotes.com/bestfreetraining