Winning doesn’t just happen, it’s made to happen. This podcast is for people ready to take the next step with their skills and/or business. It will involve some self-reflection on your part, but you will use that to cultivate great success. As a business professional, you make a hundred decisions a day. With this podcast, you will learn how to make strategic decisions, which will not only strengthen your business’s foundational practices but help cultivate growth as well. In each episode, you will learn how to build your skills and business through strategic growth and precise leadership development.
Everyday we are faced with challenges and obstacles, including labor shortages, pandemic uncertainties, and supply chain problems. It’s all too easy to become angry, bitter, anxious, or resentful. We need gratitude more than ever now.
#1 Include an act of kindness in your everyday life
We need to break away from the self centered negative mindset by doing something kind. Who in your life is most dese...
Tara Halliday is a specialist in imposter syndrome. Tara has a PhD in engineering and over 20 years’ experience as a holistic therapist, coach and neurofeedback trainer. She is the author of Amazon #1 bestseller ‘Unmasking: The Coach’s Guide to Impostor Syndrome’.
Tara runs Inner Success, an 8-week, one-to-one intensive training and coaching programme for C-level executives to eliminate impostor syndrome for good.
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Wendy Caverly shares powerful strategies people can use to build intentional networks and get the most out of networking events. She also reveals why annual year-end celebrations are a powerful way to connect with inaccessible leaders, build connections, and plant seeds for future business success.
Jim Salvucci shares his journey through higher education and why dropping your ego is an essential part of being an impactful leader. Ego and leadership cannot coexist. And although leading without ego is hard, Jim explains that leadership is not about what makes you better than those you lead but what binds you together. This is why people respect the authority of a boss, but cherish the humbleness of a leader.
Over the past 30+ years Renée Safrata has worked with thousands of companies and executives throughout North America and Europe, helping them to connect, adopt new behaviors, and become confident members of highly functioning teams. As Founder and CEO of Vivo Team Development, she oversees the company’s full spectrum learning experience and develops leaders and teams through live online training, coaching, and people analytics.
Eric Twiggs is a procrastination expert on a mission to help people understand the urgency of spending time efficiently and purposefully. He shares his philosophies and encourages others to spend time on activities that are fruitful, productive, and aligned with their life’s calling. Through his stories and motivational concepts, Eric helps leaders better manage their time so that they get more done with less effort to increase eff...
Tracy Pleschourt is the Founder of Self-Made U, a school that ends unnecessary suffering by teaching people self-control. In today’s episode, Wade and Tracy discuss the most important step to changing your life, ways to define your pursuit of happiness, and the Self-Control Operating System - a simple framework to achieve goals and solve problems fast.
Join host Wade Thomas as he interviews the resilient and determined Hans Hageman, a man with a diverse upbringing and a burning desire to make a significant impact, as he shares his inspiring journey from Washington, D.C. to the Mississippi Delta, where he faces resistance and challenges while pursuing his goal of empowering the community through education and service.
Aaron is the Founder of Performance Mindset Coaching where he helps executive leaders unleash & reach their full potential, and co-creates strategic roadmaps for them to accelerate the path to becoming their best version. In today’s episode Wade and Aaron discuss leadership success through embracing failure, the benefits of taking imperfect action, and how success can lead to complacency.
Crystal O'Connor is the founder and CEO of the Moxie Entrepreneur, a marketing & media company. Starting her business from scratch, she is known as the queen of Rapid Cash Infusions. She alone is responsible for over 30 Million Dollars in sales over the last 20 years. In today's episode, Wade and Crystal discuss the ups and downs of business, why you need to play the long game to succeed in business, and ways to get ...
In this episode, host Wade Thomas interviews Catherine Llewellyn, a master humanistic psychologist and Founder of Yes You Now. They discuss personal growth, overcoming ego, developing inner resilience, and leadership during uncertain times. Catherine emphasizes the importance of self-awareness, personal responsibility, and agility in navigating uncertainty. She also shares her advice on being a better leader by focusing on what nou...
Glenn is an author, team building and leadership consultant, father, grandfather, community activist, and volunteer. He is also the author of some 17 books, including several best sellers on team building and leadership as well as the Parker Team Player Survey which has sold more than one million copies. In today’s episode Wade and Glenn discuss the characteristics of a positively influential leader, how to lead your people through...
Dea Irby is a Professional Speaker/Author who is on a mission to encourage leaders in the marketplace to build a culture of belonging. She is also a TEDX speaker, Lover of Truth, Wife, Mother, and Grandmother. In today’s episode Wade and Dea discuss why building community is the most valuable aspect of leadership and ways leaders can satisfy their people’s need for love and belonging.
Maggie Perotin is a business and leadership coach who is focused on helping service-based entrepreneurs attract paying clients consistently and without overwhelm. Through her DREAM-PLAN-DO coaching model, she helps my clients align their mindset, business strategy, and high-performance habits to transform their businesses from unreliable sources of income to client-attracting gems. In today's episode, Maggie and Wade go throug...
Martin Salama is a Life Coach, an author, and the Architect of The Warriors L.I.F.E. Code. He specializes in helping people frustrated in their life quickly shift their mindset to UNCOVER their greatness so they can live their true potential and enjoy LIFE! In this episode, he shares practical tips to help you master the ability to Live Incredibly Full Every day, stop being a people pleaser, and regain control of your life.
Lori Michele Leavitt, “The Pivot Catalyst”, has coached, consulted, and trained hundreds of leaders around the world to achieve their objectives and generate extraordinary momentum. Her teachings guide leaders to generate positive influence throughout their organizations, strengthen alignment, and catalyze momentum. In today’s episode, we discuss ways to drive organizational change, ways to make changes stick, and why clarity is a ...
Mike Hayashi is a personal safety and empowerment expert having conducted training for 600,000 people at over 700 companies, high schools, universities, and associations worldwide. In today’s episode, we discuss the benefits of learning self-defense and how this crucial skill can improve all aspects of your life.
Jens Heitland is a serial entrepreneur, a former IKEA executive, and the host of The Jens Heitland Show. He’s worked in every size company and offers a unique perspective for anyone seeking to innovate and foster human innovation in the process. In this episode, he shares how leaders can use innovation to build and run businesses which solve the big challenges the world faces. Say goodbye to outdated innovation methods and hello to...
Tom Ruwitch shares practical strategies to transform your content from ignored to adored and turn marketing from frustrating to fun. He also talks about the rise of AI and why you should never delegate relationship-building to AI tools like ChatGPT.
Bobbi Kahler shares how you can overcome the fear of starting something new by turning your fear into excitement. She also describes the incredible change that happens when you decide to take control of what you have power over instead of craving control over what you don’t.
Forty six years ago, on a warm summer night in Melbourne, Susan Bartlett and Suzanne Armstrong were stabbed to death in their home in Easey Street, Collingwood. Suzanne's 16 month-old son was asleep in the cot at this time. The double homicide remains one of the most confronting cold cases.
How do the smartest marketers and business entrepreneurs cut through the noise? And how do they manage to do it again and again? It's a combination of math—the strategy and analytics—and magic, the creative spark. Join iHeartMedia Chairman and CEO Bob Pittman as he analyzes the Math and Magic of marketing—sitting down with today's most gifted disruptors and compelling storytellers.
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