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Dudes of Disruption
Disrupting the Automatic
Category: Self-Help
Location: NYC
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March 13, 2017 07:43 AM PDT

On a scale of 1 to 10, “how solid is your word – how effective are you at keeping your commitments and promises?” Your score may be a predictor for the type of results you are producing in business, at home and in your community. And your score usually reflects how much you value and respect yourself.

Coach Nick and the Dudes of Disruption along with licensed Psychologist Dr. Jessica Koblenz, explore the impact on your life in the way you relate, interact and handle your promises and commitments. The disruptors share what gets in the way of keeping your word and share their perspectives on what’s possible when you are someone that people can count on (like really) and as someone who takes 100% responsibility for promises that get missed – how you handle a broken promise is as important as keeping it.

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March 07, 2017 11:23 AM PST

Do you ever feel like you are addicted to FB, email, Instagram, twitter or texting? Do you find it impossible to ignore your text when you feel the buzz on your phone or the email when you see that there are new messages in your inbox or when you see the number of new likes on your FB page? What would be possible if you could focus differently and eliminate these distractions? What would be possible that instead of connecting with people by typing messages you could connect face to face and have a verbal conversation?

Coach Nick and the Dudes of Disruption along with license Psychologist Dr. Jessica Koblenz explore the impact of too much social media has on relationship and the obsession with it can lead to depressive states. The disruptors share strategies and ways to use and leverage social media as healthy tool and one that brings you fulfillment.

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February 28, 2017 03:10 PM PST

What does it mean to be a dad? In today’s world, how do dads balance the home, the workplace as well as split house-holds and learn to define themselves and remain powerful in this new landscape?

Coach Nick invites guests into the studio from his Dudes of Disruption Men’s Group who will share their experiences of being a dad and explore new rules of disruption on ways fathers can bring a different version of themselves to impact their families and communities.

As adults, much of who we are, was informed by our relationship with the man who influenced us, our father. Whether he was present and engaged, disconnected, or not in our life at all, the relationship with our fathers has a great impact on who become.

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February 20, 2017 07:59 AM PST

Who is entitled to what is a central question in politics, business, and personal life. Are we really entitled to anything? Or are we entitled to everything?

Coach Nick & Dudes of Disruption along with guests Connie-Lee Bennett disrupt the distinction of entitlement when it causes an experience of one person or group believing they are better and more deserving than another. The show explores how to find a way to balance self-respect with respect for others.

The show examines where a sense of entitlement comes from and its impact on the results we produce along with understanding the importance of respecting the needs of others. And the pathway to respecting others needs is tied to healing past wounds and learning how to take care of their own feelings too.

February 14, 2017 11:38 AM PST

Our culture is obsessed with winning at everything. Often the winning comes with a large cost including separation and even polarization. It translates from politics to sports to the corporate world. Everyday business conversation is consumed with the vocabulary of the locker room and battlefield. The obsession to win at all costs turns the conversation into dominating the opposition, destroying the competitor and even extinguishing an opponent.

Coach Nick & Dudes of Disruption along with guests Jake Fishbein & Kerry Cannava Turner explore how we can define winning in new ways. The show disrupts the current paradigm of winner and loser and offer a new way to relate to winning – where winning has people come together to create breakthroughs in our environment, business, politics, economy, etc.

The show takes on how even in situations where there may be one winner on the surface that somehow that winner is able to galvanize people together and forward them into a direction to create innovation.

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February 06, 2017 02:05 PM PST

Coach Nick & Dudes of Disruption along with guests Jake Fishbein & Kerry Cannava Turner explore the role that fear plays in creating division, chaos and separation in both our lives and in politics. Helen Keller once said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much” So, how can we overcome fear and begin to come together?

In this episode, the show takes on the topic of fear and how we can disrupt it in order to live purposefully and where everyone feels taken care of and safe. The conversation discusses how to move from fear to an inclusive mindset so we transform everyone to a place that has everyone aligned and creates something we have never seen before.

The Dudes higher purpose is for everyone to ‘Awaken humanity to leave their mark.’ Through transformational concepts, personal sharing, and playfulness the Dudes cover a wide range of topics to support disrupting the automatics we encounter personally and in our organizations, so we can be self-expressed and live the lives we’ve always desired.

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Contact us at coachnick@coachnick.com

January 30, 2017 12:52 PM PST

Dan Rather recently said, “These are not normal times. These are extraordinary times. And extraordinary times call for extraordinary measures.” During this very unique time its critical to get on the court and be involved, engaged and informed in order to drive healthy dialogue to create a world where everyone wins and where everyone feels taken care of.

World-class speaker and best-selling author, Nance Rosen, speaker Sam Liebowitz, known as The Conscious Consultant and lawyer/activist Lydia Antoncic join the Coach Nick and the Dudes of Disruption show to discuss their views of the recent women’s marches around the world. They will also explore the role that women played in getting the new president elected and discuss where do women go from here.

Coach Nick and the rest of the disruptors look to disrupt people’s automatic which may be to disengage and take ourselves off the court when we feel frustrated or helpless. They emphasize how being involved leads to being evolved in all areas of your life and has you operate at a higher frequency. When you are involved you often have the experience of being in control, being powerful and being empowered around making a difference everywhere.

January 17, 2017 11:42 AM PST

Dale Carnegie once said, “You can make more friends in two months by becoming interested in other people than you can in two years by trying to get other people interested in you.” Really getting the distinction between being “Interested vs. Interesting” will make all the difference in your relationships and the results you generate. In the world of communication, “one size does not fit all” when you are looking to be effective at influencing others and moving relationships forward.

Coach Nick Papadopoulos & Dudes of Disruption disrupt the automatic of operating from inwardly focused placed and looking for what’s in it for us - and - instead - bring to light that the fastest way to get everything you want out of life is to be outwardly focused and looking to make a difference for others.
Guests Jim Hill and Christen Bavero join the show and they will share their expert insight into how using the DiSC communication style model can be a driver to success.

January 10, 2017 01:53 PM PST

Coach Nick & Dudes of Disruption interview Nance Rosen who CNBC named its “Top Job Coach.” Investor’s Business Daily featured her in its Managing for Success column. Over 420 media outlets feature Nance on Business Communication, Personal Branding, Marketing and Business Success and 4.5 million people read her blogs and books. Nance’s new book is Million Dollar Personal Branding Guide: How to Avoid Ten Killer Mistakes and Live the Life of a Million Dollar Personal Brand.

In business, we are celebrated and encouraged to debate, rethink and challenge the status quo in the name of continuous improvement and creating business breakthroughs.

During this interview we ask Nance Rosen how we can bring this same business mindset of “good isn’t good enough” and apply to social and cultural topics and issues so that everyone in our country gets connected to the importance of working together so that everyone is taken care of. We discuss the importance of every American getting that we are playing a much bigger game that’s beyond our individual – the game and the dream is called America and we explore what’s possible when we operate from a win/win paradigm – and what’s possible is that we continue to transform the world and we get taken care of inside of that journey.

December 19, 2016 07:14 AM PST

Ever wonder why there are times in your life where you achieve the impossible and then there are other times where you shrink yourself?

From the smallest matters to big life altering events, you have demonstrated the ability to stretch and play a huge game while simultaneously playing a small game in other places. Why do you operate in polarizing ways?

Coach Nick Papadopoulos & Dudes of Disruption explore how to unleash ourselves so we get to play a big game in life consistently. We'll examine the payoffs for shrinking ourselves...and the costs for doing so? Guests Jim Hill and Naiana Miranda join the show and will share where this shows up in their own lives, and what we can do to disrupt those ways of being in order to move forward in our lives with freedom and velocity.

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