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Podcast Episodes


#310: Solve Your People Problems

Whether you’re just starting your career, own your own business or are firmly established in the C suite, we all have one thing in common: people problems. It’s just like Dave says, “Business is easy until people get involved.” Tune in as EntreLeadership Senior Vice President Sarah Sloyan answers listeners’ questions about everything from where to find the best people for your team to course correcting and resolving conflict. We might just have the answer you’ve been looking for.

 

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#309: Leadership Lessons From the Flight Deck

Even if your work has nothing at all to do with aviation, the lessons former Navy fighter pilot Carey Lohrenz learned in the cockpit are universal—and will change the way you do business. Tune in as Carey, the first female F-14 Tomcat pilot, shares her thoughts on building a culture of excellence, overcoming fear, and the importance of finding focus. Leadership consultant Dr. Henry Cloud also joins us with a story about his personal experience flying in a fighter jet.

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#308: Live From EntreLeadership 1-Day

We’re so excited to share highlights from our recent EntreLeadership 1-Day event! Over 1,000 small-business owners and leaders from around the country joined us in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to pour into themselves and their businesses. Tune in to hear Dave Ramsey explain why taking your time—our process has 12 steps—is the most important part of hiring the right people for your team. We’ll also hear from Ramsey Solutions’ own Christy Wright on the importance of building a motivated team. And finally, Dave and Ken Coleman answer attendees’ questions on everything from navigating roles in a family business to asking the right questions when interviewing potential team members.

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#307: Know, Feel, Do: 3 Steps to Effective Communication

What’s the one skill that all great leaders have in common? They’re master communicators. And on this week’s episode, we have one of the best. Craig Groeschel, founder and senior pastor of Life.Church—one of the largest churches in America—joins us to share his tips on how to sharpen your communication skills. He says it’s all about what you want people to know, how they should feel and how you’re going to lead them toward action.

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#306: Studying Failure

Whether we like it or not—and sometimes, in spite of our best intentions and best efforts—failure is unavoidable. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing, says filmmaker Jon Erwin, whose production company makes faith-based, inspirational feature films. In fact, he insists if you examine failure closely—think an uncomfortable, really honest look—you may very well find the keys to your next big success. Tune in as Jon shares how doing just that helped him learn from a crushing box office loss in 2015 to go on to make the highest-grossing independent film of 2018.

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