068. Craig Constantine: Beyond podcasting, community, and why

068. Craig Constantine: Beyond podcasting, community, and why

 
 
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Craig goes beyond podcasting to unpack another piece of the Movers Mindset project; the Community. He discusses the elements that a community requires in order to be successful, and why we don’t always succeed when creating community online. Craig explains the Movers Mindset community’s purpose, and what you’ll find inside the community.

For more information about the Movers Mindset community, go to moversmindset.com/community

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Three words origin and purpose

The idea of selecting three words is an amazing tool. A few years back, Yann Hnautra spent significant time traveling in the United States teaching, but also trying to get a sense of what Art du Déplacement meant there, to those people practicing. Off to the side, at most of the events, someone (who was not Yann) took little cell phone videos where people were asked a series of questions. The idea was that he would be able to watch the videos to get a different viewpoint than he would when running events and training with people; Little moments of private candor as it were.

I was standing, being recorded, when I was introduced to this question. Something like, “how would you describe your practice in three words?” Honestly, I have no idea what I said—sometimes I think I should ask Yann to find my video, but I’m terrified to hear what I said even just those few years ago.

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055. Craig Constantine: Three words origin and purpose

055. Craig Constantine: Three words origin and purpose

 
 
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Craig discusses the origin story and inspiration behind the ‘3 words’ question that ends each Movers Mindset episode. He explains its purpose, and the unexpected power of the question as each guest brings their own history, story, and identity to their answer. Craig shares his own three words, before sharing his personal favorite answer from a guest.

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Meet the team: Miguel

It is a true privilege to be able to listen, really listen, to the stories of such incredible individuals that Movers Mindset brings to each episode. Everyone has a story and with so many distractions all around, it has become more difficult than ever to just sit and connect with someone for a moment. Movers Mindset shows the true value of conversation and serves as a reminder that stories, are our most powerful tools.

~ Miguel – Pieces together all things audio


Team members’ side projects

Melissa: So we’ve mentioned side projects a couple of times. And I think side projects are really cool, and not something I’ve gotten to experience in any other kind of work situation. So credit to Craig for that, it’s basically allowing us to kind of and paying us to use our time to pursue something we’re interested in. And that could be adjacent to Movers Mindset and what we’re working on or it could not be, but it’s finding something that we’re passionate about, and kind of almost like a personal, yeah, professional or personal development, a growth project. So finding something that we care about that we want to pursue, that we’re being supported, kind of by Craig and the Movers Mindset project to do and to pursue, which is a really, really unique and awesome opportunity, I think.

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On challenge and making mistakes

Craig: So I tell everybody, and I hope everybody out there gets this from wherever you work with. If you’re not making mistakes, like regularly, like maybe you want to 5, 20% of the time, if you don’t make mistakes, you’re not like, what are you doing, you could be replaced by a program, if you can, if you’re doing it perfectly all the time, you’re not being challenged, you’re not growing, you should always be having things that are challenging you or problems you have to solve.

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On creating connection and starting conversations

Craig: Glad you brought that up, because that’s one of the main things about the Movers Mindset project as a whole that I’m really passionate about is creating these connections between people, the idea that everybody would love to have not just friends, like, “I want someone to go have an ice cream or a beer with,” but like to actually have a chance to sit down and talk about things and explore fun ideas. And I think a lot of people don’t have a space to find that online. So they might go to Facebook, or they might go to the social media. But it’s kind of tricky if you find a Facebook or a social media page that you really like, it’s tough, like you can’t really like interact with the storror guys too much, it’s really hard to like, get a one on one relationship with somebody.

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050. Movers Mindset Team: Full transcript

Craig: Welcome to the Movers Mindset Podcast, where today, we’re doing something a little different. In our special 50th episode, I’m joined by some of the Movers Mindset team, Kristen Swantek, Miguel Chero and Melissa Way. We discuss what each of us does, how our roles fit together, and how far we’ve come as a team. We explain working remotely, the freedoms and challenges that come with it, and some of the strategies we use to make it work. We each share our favorite episodes, things we’ve learned and what each of us finds to be special about the project.

Craig: Hello, I’m Craig Constantine.

Kristen Swantek: Hello, I’m Kristen Swantek.

Melissa Way: Hi, I’m Melissa Way.

Miguel Chero: Hi, I am Miguel Chero.

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050. Movers Mindset Team: Roles, remote work, and passion

050. Movers Mindset Team: Roles, remote work, and passion

 
 
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In our special 50th episode, the Movers Mindset team gets together to discuss what we do, and how far we’ve come. Each team member explains what they do in the team, and how all of our roles fit together. We talk about working remotely, the freedoms and challenges that come with it, and some of the strategies we use to help with that. The team discusses favorite episodes, things we’ve learned, and what each of us has found to be very special about the project.

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