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Dudes of Disruption
Disrupting the Automatic
Category: Self-Help
Location: NYC
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July 14, 2018 06:18 AM PDT

"Ever since I was a child I have had this instinctive urge for expansion and growth. To me, the function and duty of a quality human being is the sincere and honest development of one's potential." Bruce Lee

What would be possible in your professional and personal life if/when you are straight with other people? Imagine the results that could be produced if people were direct and honest in a responsible and respectful way - what we are talking about in this episode is the role that feedback - giving and receiving feedback.

Coach Nick and the Dudes of Disruption define what feedback is the role it has in strengthening your relationships everywhere and producing results never imagined. They highlight to avoid relating to feedback as not being good or bad - positive or negative - right or wrong. Rather, relate to feedback as an experience and observation someone else is having and sharing and to turn into a learning experience for everyone.

The dudes share research that indicates that most people are avoid straight talk and it has a huge impact on results. Take a listen and see what's possible when you are straight, direct and honest with the people around you.

Music by Jason Misrahi

Dudes of Disruption Social Media:
Like the Dudes on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dudesofdisruption
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Email - coachnick@coachnick.com

June 04, 2018 05:01 AM PDT

"You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want." - Zig Ziglar

Coach Nick and the Dudes of Disruption discuss the relationship between being in contribution and growing as a person and as a leader. They highlight the impact that being in service has on our lives because it gives us the opportunity while we are inside of the experience to notice what triggers us, what inspires us and where we can stretch.

The disruption is that if you are committed to learning and growing, being in contribution increases your awareness and creates new possibilities. The disruption is to also learn how when you are in breakdown or upset, that the fastest way out of that mindset, is to look out and make a difference for others.
Research indicates that when we operate from a place of contribution and service, it creates a stronger connection between the receiver and the giver inside of the experience. Also, studies show that when you are in contribution it impacts your health, creates happier marriages and increases your level of job satisfaction. When in doubt, look out!

May 20, 2018 01:23 PM PDT

"Mother is her son's first god; she must teach him the most important lesson of all - how to love."- Unknown

Coach Nick and the Dudes of Disruption discuss the important relationship between mothers and their sons. They highlight the impact that mothers have on the way their sons develop. The Mom and son relationship is usually the first major relationship a son will establish in the world.

The disruption is that it's never too late to have a relationship with your mom even if she's physically passed from this world. The disruption is to also learn how you can be different with your relationship with your mom because that may influence how you are in relationship with other people.

Studies<http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC2724162/> indicate that sons with a deep and meaningful connection with their moms do better academically, emotionally, behaviorally - sons with a healthy conversation usually creates a high level of emotional intelligence which is key in leadership and being effective in your relationships.

Music by Jason Misrahi

Dudes of Disruption Social Media:
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Email - coachnick@coachnick.com

April 02, 2018 11:11 AM PDT

"The difference between the right word and the almost right word is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug." – Mark Twain

Words. We throw them around without realizing sometimes just how much power they hold. The Dudes will explore and discuss the things we say and don’t say, and how that can be an indicator of our core beliefs about ourselves, and how many times we give ourselves away in our language, without even realizing it.

The disruption during this episode is that words are everything – they are your most powerful tool when you want to create a desired environment and culture - there are no throwaway words or throw away moments. That the most important element for a leader is to be intentional and deliberate about the words, the declarations, the commitments and the statements they deliver.

Music by Jason Misrahi

Dudes of Disruption Social Media:
Like the Dudes on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dudesofdisruption
Follow the Dudes on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DoDtalkradio
Email - coachnick@coachnick.com

March 12, 2018 03:52 PM PDT

“In some ways, siblings…are more influential in your childhood than your parents.” Deborah Tannen

Much has been written about the impact of parents on the development of a human being. The relationship of a sibling has just as much impact on us at both the conscious and unconscious level. The episode will share research that shows how a child’s sensory perceptions of their siblings occurs as early and as often as one of the parental relationship. Also the research will highlight that the strength of the sibling relationship will generate many benefits related to health and well-being, resiliency, fulfillment, happiness, etc.

The Dudes of Disruption podcast will explore one of the most relationships in a person’s life – the relationship with their sibling. The disruption here is to reconsider and reconnect with this critical relationship in new ways – that through this relationship, regardless of where you are in relation to your sibling, you can learn so much about yourself inside of that relationship. And those learnings can be mapped to every other relationship you have both at home and in your professional life.

Music by Jason Misrahi

Dudes of Disruption Social Media:
Like the Dudes on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dudesofdisruption
Follow the Dudes on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DoDtalkradio
Email - coachnick@coachnick.com

January 30, 2018 08:13 AM PST

“Never Judge a Book by its Cover” - anonymous

The Dudes of Disruption podcast was inspired by the movie “Wonder” which I watched over the holidays. I was both moved and reminded of the importance of how we need to be aware of our judgements and assumptions of others both personally and professionally. Our judgements and assumptions are influencing how we interact with others – and those interactions are producing the choices and actions we take which ultimately produces the results we are generating in our lives.

The show explores the importance of understanding that your first impression is just a first impression – be willing to be wrong about that first impression. Recognize that a first impression is an automatic based on a series of things that have brought you to this place and that you don’t have to be right about them.

Music by Jason Misrahi

Dudes of Disruption Social Media:
Like the Dudes on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dudesofdisruption
Follow the Dudes on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DoDtalkradio
Email - coachnick@coachnick.com

January 16, 2018 06:46 AM PST

“In order to carry a positive action we must develop here a positive vision.” - Dali Lama

The Dudes of Disruption show was inspired by a recent vision board and declarations exercise we conducted with the DoD Men’s Group (I also lead this vision board and declarations exercise at companies, team building and retreats, project and client launches, etc.).

The Dudes of Disruption explore the role and the power of getting connected to what you are committed to and then making clear and powerful declarations in front of others is an out of this world experience.

The disruption is the belief that life is a certain way or that things are just this way and there’s no changing them. Everything is made up. So, go out and make up something that serves you and the world and declare them.

Why are declarations important? A declaration is an official statement – a line in the sand. Since everything is made up of energy, all energies travel in frequencies and vibrations. Therefore each declaration you make carries its own vibrational frequency which makes the possibility of those declarations actually happening.

Music by Jason Misrahi

Dudes of Disruption Social Media:
Like the Dudes on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dudesofdisruption
Follow the Dudes on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DoDtalkradio
Email - coachnick@coachnick.com

December 15, 2017 09:57 AM PST

“Xmas will always be as long as we stand heart to heart and hand in hand.” - Dr Seuss

Why do we primarily (and in some cases only) donate during the holidays? Why do we seem so connected to family and friends more than ever during this period? Why are New Yorkers so friendly during this time? Why is that teams go for a holiday dinner yet rarely celebrate during the year? Why do we seem so committed to creating surprise and awe for the people around us primarily during December?

Coach Nick & the Dudes of Disruption will discuss the importance of disrupting the norm of being 'in the spirit' only around the December holidays. The Dudes will explore how to bring the holiday spirit in July so you are joyous, giving and kind always – They will discuss the importance that creating awe and surprise throughout the year on your culture at home and at work because of the benefits the experience creates for both the giver and the receiver.

The show makes the point that when we choose to bring the spirit of December throughout the year there’s an opportunity to create a different experience for the people around us – at work and at home. Special Guest, Sam Liebowitz, The Conscious Consultant.

Music by Jason Misrahi

Dudes of Disruption Social Media:
Like the Dudes on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dudesofdisruption
Follow the Dudes on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DoDtalkradio
Email - coachnick@coachnick.com

November 14, 2017 10:03 AM PST

“We tend to accept information that confirms our prior beliefs and ignore or discredit information that does not. This confirmation bias settles over our eyes like distorting spectacles for everything we look at”- Kyle Hill

Coach Nick & The Dudes of Disruption explore the role that Unconscious Bias plays in the actions and behaviors we choose to make and don’t make – we all have biases and we are always interacting and relating to others with our biases.

The conversation that the Dudes take on is not about making yourself or others wrong, but rather to become aware of them and to disrupt them in order to create something new. We are always finding ways to confirm those biases so it’s critical to disrupt them especially if they no longer serve us.

Whatever is in the background is driving your choices, decisions and behaviors. So if you want a different result, then explore what’s in the background. Your biases. Special Guest, Sam Liebowitz, The Conscious Consultant.

Music by Jason Misrahi

Dudes of Disruption Social Media:
Like the Dudes on Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/dudesofdisruption
Follow the Dudes on Twitter - https://twitter.com/DoDtalkradio
Email - coachnick@coachnick.com

October 24, 2017 01:26 PM PDT

“And, in the end, The love you take, is equal to the love you make.” – The Beatles

According to Gallup, 22 million workers or about 70% of the US workforce is "actively disengaged," or extremely negative in their workplace. This costs the U.S. economy up to $300 billion dollars a year in productivity.

Coach Nick & The Dudes of Disruption discuss one of the main ingredients to change this trend of disengagement with active practice of appreciation. The show explores the importance and the role that appreciating, acknowledging and recognizing people creates – at work with your teams and colleagues and at home with you family and friends.

The disruption is to shift our relationship around appreciating others – making the time and creating the space to fill other people’s relationship account in the same way you make deposits in a bank account. When you fill up other people’s relationship account, they do more, they share more and they become more loyal.

Music by Jason Misrahi

Dudes of Disruption Social Media:
Like the Dudes on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/dudesofdisruption
Follow the Dudes on Twitter: https://twitter.com/DoDtalkradio
coachnick@coachnick.com

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