Mar 27, 2020
Hope you are all staying safe, positive, and encouraged during these unprecedented times. We are replaying episode 13 with Betsy Butterick. She is one of my favorite people to listen to. Every time we are speaking at the same conferences, I make a point to go to her sessions. She has great insights and definitely deserves the description of a "communication specialist". She has recently been doing a lot of work helping people navigate these murky waters of social distancing and how to stay engaged and connected with others. Enjoy this episode and be sure to check out her twitter @BetsyButterick.
Original Show Notes Below...
Betsy Butterick is the Coaches’ Coach and the Communication Specialist that businesses and teams call upon when they are serious about improving. Betsy is a former college athlete and has worked at the NCAA Division I, II, and III levels of college basketball. Her experience and expertise have allowed her to work with some of the top teams and speak at prestigious conferences across the country.
In today’s episode, we discuss:
Books, Resources, and Links Mentioned in the Podcast
YouTube Channel: https://www.youtube.com/user/BetsyButterick
Betsy’s ACT Videos: http://www.betsybutterick.com/active-communication-technique-videos/
Betsy uses a meditation app called insightly
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
Soup: A Recipe to Create a Culture of Greatness by Jon Gordon
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