“Does Bob Burg Have an Ego?” Of course he does. We all do. But, as you can already imagine Bob explaining, the ego—in and of itself—is neither good nor bad…it simply is. As he says, “When we are in control of our ego we can direct it to do great things, for ourselves individually, as well as for society as a whole. It’s when the ego is in control of us that we get into trouble and big problems can occur, again both on an individual and societal level. In this episode Bob took a look at various aspects of the ego and how we can best direct it positively and keep it from the harm it can potentially bring.
We’re often told that our mind is much like a computer. That’s certainly true in terms of our default settings. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. In the second segment, there is no interview this week, but instead we will look at the dramas that are part of these default settings we’re discussing — ours and those of others and how to work effectively within them. That and more on today’s show.
Good parents set good examples for their children…and it begins with character. We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment: what do Larry Winget and Chris Widener mean by the term, “real men?” It may or may not be what you think. That and more on today’s show.
In this episode titled “Courtroom Influence,” Bob and Mitch Jackson discussed the surprising similarities regarding influence both inside and outside a courtroom. Few are as qualified as Mr. Jackson to discuss this issue. In 2013 he was named California Litigation Lawyer of the Year and he is both an ongoing student and teacher of the art of influence. In addition to trying cases, Mitch also enjoys speaking around the country and sharing communication, marketing, and social media tips.