Aim to Win Podcast

Aim to Win Podcast

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.

Episodes

November 29, 2022 26 min

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. 

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Life, work and leadership requires mental and physical courage to do the difficult things and leveraging the wins and losses. I chat with James Heppner to show us how to embrace all in life (wins, losses and the uncomfortable). You’ll discover why empathy is key and how to lean into discomfort to revolutionize your way of living. 



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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.

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Greg Wieting shares his story and why healing trauma should be an essential part of effective leadership. It’s okay to be vulnerable and have a policy of openness. Past trauma’s impact beliefs and decisions, not only for your team, but you as a leader. Greg shares his methodology and how it impacts your leadership style. 



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After overcoming an abusive childhood and experiencing life in the marines, Alundas Havens has come out on top. He’s not only created a podcast in the top 3%, but a successful business and mindset. He shares his story and what it takes to create the winning edge in both business and life. 



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Leadership Development Expert Luke Owings discusses metaverse online training. He shares how adopting the latest learning trends allows organizations to empower their staff and retain their best employees to impact networking and professional development. 

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Our childhood, our biases can affect the way we lead and the results we get from our team and company. Jeannie Moravits Smith talks about Energy Leadership, what it is and how to address your childhood biases and build your leadership around your core values to change yourself and those around you positively.

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Mark Ashby is an Australian consultant, former surfer and paratrooper with 40 tours and over 1,600 missions in Iraq. He brings everything he learned on the field into the corporate world – and shares it all on the show: key elements that impact today’s leaders, how to develop resilience and how to get the best out of people around you.



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Mark Silverman shares a powerful story and how it provoked him to really look into his behaviors and motivation behind those behaviors and how it affected his success. He shares powerful productivity insights so you can be a better leader and create a team that generates success. 



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Performance Coach Alan Stein Jr shares his insights on staying in peak performance and manage stress and burnout. Plus he shares how to sustain your game, help your team overcome stress and stagnation and why your core values matter.



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Formerly known as "The World's Most Handsome Social Media & Content Marketing Strategist" our guest today now goes by another title: Superhero.

Jeff Gibbard (”Gih-Bird”) is the Author of The Lovable Leader, a professional speaker, and the founder of several companies including Super Productive, and The Superhero Institute. Jeff  shares how to be lovable leader to build a productive and happy team. He shares the 3 Pil...

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Sean Glaze is an expert at helping leaders create unique cultures and lead high-performing teams. In this episode he shares how to stay coachable (and what that means), how great leaders deal with change and mistakes you'll want to avoid. Plus he shares 4 questions to help you thrive in change and enjoy relentless improvement.

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Candice Gottlieb-Clark’s work as an Author, Business Advisor and Coach can be summed up in one sentence: helping leaders and organizations create thriving work environments.

She helps businesses of all sizes and from various industries, and their leaders, through coaching, speaking, and her new book Find, Fix, Fill Your Leadership Gap.

She shares....

  • What workplace should be all about
  • Why it's better to vindicate vs villainize
  • How ...
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    William Attaway is a Leadership Coach for Catalytic Leadership, LLC, a company he founded to help leaders to INTENTIONALLY grow and thrive. He has served in local church ministry for nearly 25 years, and is currently the Lead Pastor of Southview Community Church, a church in Herndon, Virginia (near Washington, D.C.) where he has served since 2004. He holds a Ph.D. in Old Testament (with an emphasis in Biblical Backgrounds and Archa...

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    Steve Fredlund is a sought-after innovator engaged to solve the most complex problems. His insights have powered hundreds of breakthroughs in corporations, nonprofits and small businesses. He is the Founder and Lead Strategist for Steve Fredlund Solutions and Small Small Business as well as the creator of The Solving BOX ™. Currently, Steve is focused on improving leadership effectiveness, employee engagement and organizational exp...

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    Gregory Offner is a multi-talented individual, with a passion for entertaining and educating others.

    His keynotes, workshops, and corporate consulting engagements help the worlds leading organizations create high performing, highly fulfilled leaders.

    Prior to this work, Greg led global sales and marketing efforts for several Fortune 100 organizations; brokered complex Risk Management and Insurance programs for large commercial organi...

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     Collin Jewett hated school growing up. He was rejected at job fairs, failed tests, often felt stupid, and even cried in front of his guidance counselor. But once he discovered how to take charge of his own learning, he joined the Dean's list, landed a senior engineering position out of college, and went on to become the director of coaching for a 7 figure eLearning company.  

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    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.

    Tara Halliday runs ...

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    April 26, 2022 26 min

    Roy Osing is a former president, CMO and entrepreneur with over 40 years of successful and unmatched executive leadership experience in every aspect of business.

    As President of a major data and internet company, his leadership and audacious ‘unheard-of ways’ took the company from its early stage to $1 Billion in annual sales.

    He is a blogger, content marketer and mentor to young professionals. As an accomplished business advisor, he...

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    Doug Noll, JD, MA left a successful career as a trial lawyer to become a peacemaker. His calling is to serve humanity, and he executes his calling at many levels. He is an award-winning author, teacher, and trainer. He is a highly experienced mediator. Doug’s work carries him from international work to helping people resolve deep interpersonal and ideological conflicts.

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