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Michael Bungay Stanier
We Will Get Through This
In difficult times, it's easy to despair. But all around us are experts who have proven tactics and strategies to stay strong: for ourselves, for our teams and for our organizations. This is a podcast asking the very best in the world how to stay resilient. This is a podcast that shows us We Will Get Through This.
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 117 ratings
Curiosity and Brilliance Embodied
Michael is the ultimate curator of smart people with great wisdom to share. But it doesn’t stop there. I’m constantly amazed at his playful curiosity, his ability to draw out the gold and gracefully (and modestly) contribute his own brilliance to topics that matter. Highly recommended!
Notv0xi via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 03/15/21
Great interview with Dave Snowden
I lost track of the number of quotable quotes I made a note of. My first MBS podcast and I will be back for more.
Janie8* via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 02/06/21
This series is outstanding. I’ve found it encouraging and inspiring. And, Michael Bungay Stanier’s style of humility and kindness mixed with clever wit is an entertaining bonus.
Greg Harrod via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/10/21
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