Kyle Brost is ready to help you harness the power of emotion to get what you want from your business. Utilizing the tools of Emotional Strategic Reaction and Strategy for Social Good, Kyle can take your team from reactionary to rational, from solely profit-focused to increasing returns while spurring social good.

9: Born to Fish with Greg Myerson

In today’s episode, we chat with Greg Myerson, author of Born to Fish: How an Obsessed Angler Became the World’s Greatest Striped Bass Fisherman. He shares with us how he keeps fishing more of a hobby rather than a job, the process of writing his book, and shares a few details you’ll find in his…

6: The Difference Between Being Strategic and Being Perfect

Being strategic doesn’t mean having the perfect plan or delivering the perfect product. The best strategies build on themselves. In this episode, I help you push even further and continually create value over time, rather than beating yourself up to begin perfect.

5: A Conversation with Yuri Kruman

In this episode, I speak to Yuri Kruman, Millenial Transformation Strategist, about his experience shifting through many different careers. Yuri will share some stories about his journey and discuss the principles he’s followed to get to where he is today. If you would like to learn more about Yuri Kruman’s work, visit Masterthetalk.com or contact…

2: Injecting Intention

Today’s podcast is all about how to inject intention into any situation – no matter how intense or emotional it may be. Someone who is led by emotions alone will always be a victim of their situation, but by injecting intention and aligning your actions with your goals, you can elevate your career to the…

1: Massive Strategic Reactions

If you’re not ready to make strategic reactions in your life, you could be missing out on some of the biggest opportunities. You don’t have to hit rock bottom to have a major strategic reaction that sets you up for greater success. In this episode I’ll be talking about my experience with a major strategic…

Your 10,000-Foot View Is Crippling Your Results

Systems thinking is often considered a broad view of all the pieces required to make meaningful change happen. It’s essential to making real change – but when we equate the system with the change, we overlook the individual players. These individual players are crucial to making change happen, and can get lost in the complexity.…