In this week's Five Good Questions, we're interviewing Josh Miller about his book I Call Bullsh*t.
Josh is a Master Certified Executive Coach and a creative leader in the personal and professional development field. His career experience spanned both the advertising world and the world of organizational development. In advertising, he was the Creative Lead. He was responsible for the campaign strategy for Fortune 100 brands. Today, he is an innovator, developing and supporting executive development and change management for many of the same companies.
Five Good Questions:
1. You carry a fortune cookie around with you in your wallet. What does it say, and what is the significance?
2. What does it mean to you to live an authentic, happy life?
3. How do we separate out what we want versus what society tells us we’re supposed to want?
4. How do we keep a groove in life from becoming a rut?
5. If you could waive a magic wand and solve one small problem that you see tripping people up, what would you fix?
And make sure you pick up your copy of the Rebel Allocator, available now on Amazon in both digital and physical formats!
The Hikecast is a show where interesting people take me on their favorite hikes or walks and we talk about big ideas in an unconstrained format. No planned agendas, just deep conversations, recorded out in nature.
The idea is for you to put on The Hikecast and get outside to simulate taking a hike with us. I want you to feel like you're there with us out in nature.
Care to join us on a hike? :)
My guest for this episode is Tobias Carlisle. Toby is principal at Acquirers Funds, LLC, and serves as chief investment officer. He is best known as the author of Acquirer's Multiple, Deep Value, Quantitative Value, and Concentrated Investing. He has extensive experience in investment management, business valuation, public company corporate governance, and corporate law.
We went on a blustery morning hike in Southern California.
Please enjoy this hikecast with Toby Carlisle.
Also, pick up a copy of my first literary effort: The Rebel Allocator.
It’s a coming-of-age story of a young man who learns about business and life from an unlikely teacher. Imagine The Karate Kid meets Thorndike’s The Outsiders. You’re right, it’s probably not what you were expecting, but I have my fingers crossed that you’ll really enjoy it. It's available on amazon now in both print and digital formats.