137 - Why You Must Take Time to Onboard Even Expert Employees with Travis Johnson
When onboarding experts onto your developing team, it can be easy to assimilate to a minimized training plan because, after all, they are “experts.” Many small business owners fail to realize that regardless of how much one knows, they have never worked for you. This means it might not be as easy for them to translate their skill into how you run your business and what you expect from them without proper training.
As Travis Johnson highlights, putting time into new expert employees is just as important as training a novice new member.
People need to be onboarded properly if you want your new team member to fully understand their role and your expectations. And this understanding is what is needed for team member success, business growth, and for you to be happy signing their paycheck every pay period.
Travis Johnson Show us Anything is Possible as the Podcast Titan
In this episode, Phillip Lanos and Jason Miller are joined by Travis Johnson, Founder, and CEO of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast. Travis Johnson shares his journey and how it’s possible to take something and create something great. Travis grew his podcast to #4 in the world through his own growth methodology. You will also uncover how to overcome a business struggle that may help save your business.
The Value of Podcasting for Non-Profits
We get into the non-profit world, how Travis started podcasting, and the value that podcasting can bring to non-profits.
How to Design Your Future, with Travis Johnson
In this podcast, we will be talking all about nonprofits, podcasts, mindset, mental health, and the self-help industry with our special guest Travis Johnson.
Hop on the Podcast Bandwagon with Travis Johnson
The benefits that can come with maintaining a podcast
How to get started making a podcast
The wide variation in what can be done with podcasts
Nonprofit Rant with Travis Johnson
Welcome to THE STONED VET USMC! It is my honor to team up with Veteran Trash Talk midway through the week so you have something to push you over that hump and finish out the week strong with my episodes on FRIDAY. Listen to a little of my non sense of what is I am feeling with what is going on in our COUNTRY. Maybe you can relate or maybe I can be the reason to get you upset and can get a laugh. Go check out Travis @ https://linktr.ee/nonprofitarchitect
Travis Johnson, When Giving Back is an Adventure Novel
My interview this month is with Travis Johnson–no relation but I’d be delighted to claim him! Despite numerous obstacles he’s had to surmount, Travis is a successful giver in every sense of that term. My conversation with Travis is like delving into an adventure novel with giving back as the theme.
Veterans' Stories - Difference Makers - Travis D. Johnson
Join Dr. Craig Hansen and Travis Johnson as they explore military service, transition, mindset, and how to prepare for life after service. UARD qualifications are in partnership, accredited with the Texas A&M Engineering Extension Service, a member of the Texas A&M University System. See our global listing here https://teex.org/training/international-emergency-response-training . UARD is approved for Veterans and the GI Bill.
Helping the Helpers, Perspective and Hope, Stress to Podcast Success.
Living from home to foster home, failure to faith. A current U.S. Navy officer, Travis Johnson talks about his journey of fighting for normal means of child necessities, a parent battling mental health, and attempted murder scares on his life. Yet, out of all this, became a well-known business called, Nonprofit Architect Podcast, in Canada and the United States. He found his place amongst the rubble and trouble and discovered faith, military life, and a family man. Even though all the struggles from his past, his mission is to come full circle – “Help the Helpers”.
Ep 135 The Nonprofit Architect with Travis Johnson
Check out the fun interview as we explore the life of Travis Johnson. This includes life before the military, Navy hijinks, podcasting, and his plans for the future!
Let the Good Things in Show with Amanda Acker: #28 Travis Johnson
Hi, Amazing Human! On today’s episode, I interview the amazing Travis Johnson, host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast Travis shares his perspective as the former Vice President of Books by Vets; a board member at the S.H.I.N.E. foundation; he’s donated over $30,000; volunteered over 1,500 hours; raised more than $500,000; helped start 6 nonprofits; event coordinator; and published author. Travis is currently serving as an active-duty officer in the United States Navy, married with two children, and on move #50. His humble beginnings include 36 moves before graduating high school at 17, 6 states, 5 foster homes, and surviving 2 murder attempts. Although this was very rough, there was always a person, group, or church willing to help him and his family. Now that he’s in a position to give back, he’s made it his mission to “Help the Helpers”.
Travis Johnson - The NonProfit Architect
Travis Johnson and World Changing Community
Travis Johnson is an active duty officer in the United States navy and the host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast. Today, Travis shares about moving dozens of times as a child because of his mom’s mental illness. He also shares how he felt the Lord’s presence, got out of the abusive situation, and found stability in the Navy. Travis has found a way to give back by enabling and supporting nonprofit organizations through podcasting and his own service. Travis’s story reminds us that the Lord can use our background no matter how difficult.
Deliver on your Podcast Mission
How do you provide value and stay on target with your podcast mission? We find out in this episode as Tracy Hazzard sits down for an interview with the host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast, Travis Johnson. Travis and Tracy talk about how Travis got started on the path of podcasting for nonprofit organizations and what he’s learned doing his podcast. Travis also shares tips on starting your podcast and finding your voice. Learn more tips and tricks for your podcasts by tuning in.
Every Nonprofit & Fundraiser Needs a Podcast
Travis Johnson from the Nonprofit Architect Podcast is not a fan of traditional fundraising. He is fan of doing things a little different like creating recurring fundraising, leveraging other people’s content, leveraging podcasting, using membership models and more.
Figuring out your North Star
Travis Johnson who helps multiple nonprofits increase donations, following on social media, and increasing funds to help more people with their NonProfit. We get to talking about his first success, a failure that helped him become the person he is today and so much more Travis shares some tips on how you can use his techniques to grow your business and what’s coming up next for them. Make sure you check out their links down below and share with a friend if you enjoyed the episode.
Host: 2021 Veteran Podcast Awards
When studying the statistics and markeating strategies that go along with podcasting, we noticed there were no awards for Veteran Podcasters. Or, if there were, they didn’t advertise very well. So we created the Veterans Podcast Awards! We saw other award offerings requiring a registration fee, but knowing many vets are doing this as therapy and may be strapped for cash, we are offering it for free.
We get contacted by vets who are thinking of quitting or are disheartened they have no listeners. We think this will help give them something to look forward to and keep cranking out episodes. Now, we ARE looking for good content, but the listeners will deal the final hand since it’s all listener voting.
Being A Part of Your Community and Paying it Forward with Travis Johnson
Some just live in their community. Others are a part of their community in several ways. What about you?
Getting Your Voice Out There
In this episode, Travis Johnson and Alex talk about how can you help others by building non-profits and how you can use podcasting as a way to get your message out there.
He’s the Non-Profit Architect: Tom interviews Travis Johnson
Travis Johnson is a Navy guy, and he’s going to probably look funny at me when he finds out I turned down an appointment to the Naval Academy. He’s got the Nonprofit Architect Podcast. Shares his perspectives as the former vice president of books by vets, and he’s a board member at the Shine Foundation. He’s a volunteer with 1300 plus hours of volunteering. He’s really paying it back and paying it forward, and he’s helped raise more than a half a million dollars.
Around Foxborough #96 – The NonProfit Architect
Travis joins Juri Love on Around Foxborough. He details his rough childhood, his affinity for nonprofits, and how to maximize resources available to nonprofits.
Starting & Funding a Nonprofit or a Charity ft Travis Johnson (The Nonprofit Architect)
When you have a cause you care about and have gone as far as you can on your own to champion it, it might be time to start your own nonprofit charity to spread your work to a wider audience. Starting a charity can be a big undertaking, but there are basic steps to follow to make sure yours gets started on the right foot and so that’s what we will cover in today’s episode with my guest, Travis Johnson from The Nonprofit Architect.
Chai Together with Mr. Travis Johnson
Travis recalls experiences during 50 moves, surviving two murder attempts, healing, and the long road to recovery. His story is so impactful and so powerful you won’t want to miss this story of redemption.
The Nonprofit Heretic Travis Johnson
On this week’s episode of Better Call Daddy, Reena talks with a United States active-duty Navy officer and asks all your questions for you! Travis had moved 36 times by age 17, living in 6 states and 5 foster homes. No matter how difficult life got, someone was always there to help. So today, Travis makes sure to give back… when he’s not coordinating events and publishing books that is. How did he go from surviving two murder attempts to being a board member at the S.H.I.N.E. Foundation, having donated over $30,000, having volunteered over 1,500 hours, helping found 6 nonprofits, and having raised more than $500,000? Tune in to find out!
Bathrobe Moments: Travis Johnson
Join us as we discuss the Navy, five different foster homes, mental health care, and a true comeback story!
Tactical Traveler: Interview with Travis Johnson
For my first interview, I asked Travis Johnson to be on the show since he is the one who told me to start a podcast. He runs the NonProfit Architect Podcast, has been to all 50 states, and twelve countries.
The Nonprofit Architect: Travis Johnson
Host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast
Travis shares his perspective as the former Vice President of Books by Vets; a board member at the S.H.I.N.E. foundation; he’s donated over $30,000; volunteered over 1,500 hours; raised more than $500,000; helped start 6 nonprofits; event coordinator; and published author.
Travis is currently serving as an active-duty officer in the United States Navy, married with two children, and on move #50. His humble beginnings include 36 moves before graduating high school at 17, 6 states, 5 foster homes, and surviving 2 murder attempts. Although this was very rough, there was always a person, group, or church willing to help him and his family. Now that he’s in a position to give back, he’s made it his mission to “Help the Helpers”.
7 Echo Podcast - Travis Johnson
Travis Johnson is a Naval Officer and host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast, a podcast focused on helping nonprofit organizations. Having to deal with 36 moves, attending 12 schools, living in 6 states and 5 foster homes, and surviving 2 murder attempts, Johnson has dedicated his life in serving his nation and helping others. In this episode, Johnson dives into his military and nonprofit experience, how he got into podcasting, and offers advise to outbound veterans entering the civilian world.
You are in Control by Travis Johnson
Travis opens up about his childhood trauma and his mother’s mental health struggles. He also shares 10 Tips for Better Wellness. This episode is a gold mine for information to help you improve your daily life and overall wellness.
The Nonprofit Architect Travis Johnson
Non Profit Architect, Travis Johnson. Travis is currently an active-duty officer in the United States Navy, married with two children, and on move #50. His humble beginnings include 36 moves before graduating high school at 17, 6 states, 5 foster homes, surviving 2 murder attempts, and getting in serious trouble with the law. Although this was very rough, there was always a person, group, or church willing to help him and his family. Now that he’s in a position to give back, he’s made it his mission to “Help the Helpers”. He also spent 15 years helping 400 families payoff $6 million in debt.
Give Up the Struggle to Get What You Want
Give Up the Struggle to Get What You Want Travis Johnson, a naval officer based in Oklahoma, joined me to share how to give up the struggle in life to get what you want. What does he mean? When you’re efforting – the hustle and grind mentality of trying to make something happen, you’re creating self imposed struggle. Instead, surrender your plan and be guided. BTFA – Beliefs Thoughts Feelings Action Your beliefs are created from repetitive thoughts. These beliefs create your feelings and emotions and ultimately lead to the action – or inaction that you take. If you’re currently struggling at work, in business, with your finances, health, relationships or any other area of life, trace it back to your thoughts. You get to choose what you accept, and what you reject. Give up your agenda Hint, all struggle is self imposed. If you want to change the trajectory of your life – you have to realize that maybe, just maybe you don’t know everything. As Travis shares, he gave up his agenda in business and what he was trying to push in order to be led. He’s created a podcasting course and all of the resources have been brought to him – because he let go of the need to control.
Scaling Your Nonprofit: Moving from a Solo Operation to a Team
Every nonprofit will have to determine what and when they need to scale itself as an organization. “Scale” can mean many things, and to best grow your nonprofit, you need to have certain structures in place that will allow you to remain successful for the long haul. That’s why Travis Johnson, host of the Nonprofit Architect Podcast, was invited to discuss how to best scale your nonprofit on this episode of A Modern Nonprofit Podcast. Tosha and Travis break down this fundraising-centric topic and highlight discussion points such as: “What do nonprofits need to scale so they can get paid?” and “What is holding nonprofits back from taking the right scaling steps?” To effectively scale your nonprofit, this is the best podcast episode for all nonprofit leaders and baord members hoping to improve their organization.
Today I Decide: Veteran Social Summit
Welcome to the #TodayIDecide Mental Health Awareness Summit.
My portion begins @ [1:49:00]