Smashing The Plateau
No matter how successful you are, there's probably at least one area where roadblocks are keeping you from fully achieving your goals. Every expert interviewed on our podcast has one thing in common-- they all know how to fix problems that keep people and businesses stuck.
Today’s guest is Daniel Jordi, creator of The ChangeMakers’ Hub and Founder of LeadersBridge. Topics include: Business problems disguised as personal problems The true importance of collaboration in business How to identify the biggest causes of problems Asking the right questions to determine where you are Formal and informal structures that focus on corporate collaboration[…]Listen Now
Today’s guest is Jeremy Ellens, co-founder of Yazamo. Topics include: The breakthrough: How Jeremy generated 35,000 leads in just 6 months How to break through old business models What business owners really need to ask themselves How to create predictability within your business Finding the right business coach and peer group for you Why the[…]Listen Now
Today we welcome back Joshua Spodek, founder of Spodek Academy and bestselling author of Leadership Step by Step. Topics include: Why leadership and big social changes usually come from outside of government The challenge that actually comes with living by your values How social change can create radical shifts in mindset and behavior Why spreading[…]Listen Now
On today’s show, we’re speaking with Adam Quiney, Executive Leadership Coach and Founder of Evergrowth Coaching & Consulting. Topics include: The fear of being the opposite of what you are Ways of leaning into your fear Listening to people through a lens Shifting and changing the way you show up in the world Dealing with[…]Listen Now
Today’s guest is Sunil Arora, an esteemed leadership and personal development coach for both individuals and companies. Topics include: Why a professional coach should never stop learning The internal and external soundtrack of expectation Coaching individuals vs. coaching groups The importance of self-awareness, vulnerability, and mindset Sunil’s journey to becoming a professional coach How Sunil[…]Listen Now
Today’s guest is Jason Hobbs, the founder of Jason Hobbs LLC. Topics include: Starting a one-man media business in a small community How to create empowered internet consumers Being clear, logical, and convincing Why “no” can also mean “not yet ready” Creating the right content to attract an audience The top questions business owners needs[…]Listen Now
Today’s guest is Nathan Hirsch, Founder and CEO at FreeeUp. Topics include: How working remotely is transforming the way we work Steps to replacing formal employment Identifying the need for remote workers with different skillsets Determining whether work can be outsourced and the benefits of doing so How to understand the emotions from all parties[…]Listen Now
Today we welcome Evan Hackel, concept creator of Ingaging Leadership and author of Ingaging Leadership: 21 Steps to Elevate Your Business. Topics include: The difference between success and happiness Are attainable goals good goals? Why success is not absolute Sharing your vision and building plans with a team Making assumptions about the success of others[…]Listen Now
Today’s guest is Scott Wintrip, the founder of the Wintrip Consulting Group and the author of High Velocity Hiring: How to Hire Top Talent in an Instant. Topics include: The talent acquisition mindset How the process can affect the outcome Talking your way to trust The importance of experiential interviewing: Seeing, Hearing, and Experiencing Understanding the[…]Listen Now
Today we welcome John Lee Dumas – author of the smash hit Podcast Launch, and the founder and host of Entrepreneurs On Fire. Topics include: How to make it in solopreneurship Overcoming the naysayers when following your dreams The importance of taking a step back and giving yourself space to think How a mentor can[…]Listen Now
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Successful entrepreneurs are continual learners, and we believe it is our job to facilitate this learning.
Here are some programs, books, and other professional educational tools that will make all the difference in your development.
The Laws Of Lifetime Growth, 2nd Edition
In this inspiring book, Dan Sullivan and Catherine Nomura offer ten simple laws that will help you continue to grow throughout your life. Through real-life stories, Sullivan and Nomura illustrate each of the ten laws and show how with just a slight shift in thinking — regardless of your age, income, or position — you can use them to maintain a fresh, innovative perspective on the world around you and unlock your greatest abilities.
5 Setbacks Experienced by Superstar Entrepreneurs (and How They Overcame Them)
David Shriner-Cahn shares valuable lessons he has learned from interviewing superstar entrepreneurs and millionaires. This book explains how some of the top entrepreneurs overcame their challenges and how you can overcome your challenges and smash your plateau.
Five Eyes on the Fence: Protecting the Five Core Capitals of Your Business
Tony A. Rose debunks the myth that a business’s health is judged by its bottom line alone—by its financial capital. Instead, the book proves that financial capital is a byproduct of four other capitals: (1) human capital, (2) intellectual capital, (3) social capital, and (4) structural capital.