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Episode 66 - No Labels, No Limits podcast - with Melissa Agnes

Season 1, Ep. 66

Today we interview Melissa Agnes, a leading authority on crisis preparedness, reputation management, and brand protection. Agnes is a coveted speaker, commentator, and advisor to some of today's leading organizations faced with the greatest risks.

The core of her message is this: "I believe that if every organization where crisis ready, that we would live in a kinder, safer and more balanced world."

When asked her to share something interesting or unique about herself, she crowdsourced the question in advance and got some great answers. Listen in as she explains, "It's fun to see yourself through the lens of other people because all I have is my own lens. What you think is normal, other people don't. Just because it's normal to you, doesn't mean it's normal to them."

Learn more and connect with Melissa here: Looking for an online course that helps professionals become crisis ready?

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Episode 112 - No Labels, No Limits podcast with Sher Downing

Season 2, Ep. 112
Today's guest joins us from the EdTech space! Sher Downing, PhD is an experienced executive in the education technology field providing expertise in the areas of strategic planning and positioning for online programs and institutional/corporate training expansion, mentoring for startups and coaching for EdTech professionals. Sher is an international and national presenter, author and media contributor. She holds a PhD and a master’s degree, both with specializations in instructional design for online learning and a master’s degree in legal studies with a focus on intellectual property/copyright. Her research interests’ include innovation technologies, strategic alignment for online delivery and comparisons of human interaction with technology that impacts learning.When asked how the best results are achieved, Sher says, "People have to begin with the end in mind. They have to get their idea really structured and laid out. What I find is most of us start with an idea and we try to push the idea forward. And so we're constantly hitting a roadblock. Well, all of those things are costing you time and money and there's already somebody else who's left the gate who's surpassed the offering, the same product or the same idea, the same concept service. So beginning with the end in mind, you can backtrack and figure out exactly what you need and then you can also start goal setting for accomplishing those things and really moving forward to get where you want to be."Learn more and connect with Sher