Joël Malm

The Radio Interview That Made Me Look Like a Fool

The Radio Interview That Made Me Look Like a Fool

I did a radio interview the other day that really shook me up. The host asked me a question I totally wasn’t prepared for. I felt like an idiot trying to answer it. I bumbled around and streamed a few semi-coherent statements together, but over…

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Today Could Change Everything

Today Could Change Everything

Last July I got on a plane in Denver. I was discouraged. I had just spent a weekend hiking with a bunch of guys. That was a high point. Now I was going back to my new home in a ginormous city where I knew…

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The Voice That Says You Can’t Do It

The Voice That Says You Can’t Do It

Last Sunday I was speaking at a church about Vision Map. When I got to the part where I talk about how to make your own Vision Map I heard a voice in my head that said something like: This concept is so simple, Joël….

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Your Phone Isn’t Telling the Whole Truth

Your Phone Isn’t Telling the Whole Truth

I got to go to Paris a while back. We went to a place called Trocadero that overlooks the Eiffel Tower. Around 9:00pm hoards of people arrived cramping my space. I wasn’t sure why so many people were coming. Then all at once I heard…

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My Dad Was a Yes-Man

My Dad Was a Yes-Man

I’m helping my dad write a book about parenting. One of the lines I read yesterday from him got me thinking: “If your default is yes then your child learns that there is a reason for your no.” My parents said yes a lot while…

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