Hosted by Ken Coleman, the EntreLeadership Podcast features lively discussions and tips on leadership and business by some of the top minds in the business, like Mark Cuban, Seth Godin, Jim Collins and Simon Sinek.
If you tend to blame yourself for your bad habits, New York Times best-selling author James Clear says you’re wasting your time. Not only does such behavior create feelings of guilt—which, by the way, are pretty counterproductive—but it also does nothing to get you any closer to achieving your goals. Tune in to hear James explain the real cause of bad habits (translation: You’re off the hook!), as well as some super easy strategies to help you break them and replace them with good ones.
Have you ever dreamed of becoming a millionaire? Well, we’ve got some good news. Get this: It doesn’t matter where you come from or even what kind of job you have. Really! The truth is, ordinary people—just like you—can build extraordinary wealth. Sound too good to be true? Tune in as Ramsey Solutions’ own Chris Hogan shares a sneak peek of his brand-new book Everyday Millionaires and debunks everything you thought you knew about reaching millionaire status.
A retired Navy SEAL and one of the world’s top endurance athletes, David Goggins doesn’t know the word “quit.” But that wasn’t always the case, and understandably so. After surviving a childhood of unimaginable physical abuse, poverty and prejudice, David says that failure had become the narrative of his life. That all changed when he decided to run toward his fear and, against all odds, became a Navy SEAL.
From tackling the right reasons to lead and the danger of complacency to figuring out how and why to drive innovation, we’ve covered a lotof ground in 2018. So much, in fact, that it’s near impossible to pick a favorite episode. But guess what? You don’t have to! We’ve compiled a comprehensive roundup of the year’s episodes that did what the best ones always do: inform and inspire, change our perspective, and challenge us to stretch ourselves. Trust us, they’re well worth a second (or third!) listen.
The Rundown:After years spent traveling the globe working with top CEOs, world-renowned leadership coach and best-selling author Dr. Marshall Goldsmith has discovered a universal truth: We all make mistakes. Luckily, there are four behaviors you can adopt right now that can help put you on a more successful—and likely more profitable—leadership path.
Top Takeaway:Although Marshall’s advice is simple and straightforward, lasting change takes time—and some pretty major commitment and determination.
Favorite Quote:“Stop asking for feedback and then expressing your opinion.” – Dr. Marshall Goldsmith
The Rundown:If you think being a leader is all about personal glory, fame and wealth, best-selling author and leadership expert Patrick Lencioni says you have it all wrong. Join us to hear Pat explain what he calls the only valid form of leadership, as well as the four things that only a leader can—and must—do.
Top Takeaway:As the leader, if you aren’t doing the hardest things, you aren’t doing your job.
Favorite Quote:“What we need to do is make it unacceptable for people to be leaders if they think it’s about them.” – Patrick Lencioni
The Rundown:In a world where we’re all constantly trying to craft experiences—like that of our customers, patients, users, you name it—New York Timesbest-selling author Dan Heath has figured out how to get it right. The science behind Dan’s four essential elements of experience is as fascinating as the results they elicit.
Top Takeaway:The most memorable moments usually don’t involve grand gestures or over-the-top gimmicks.
Favorite Quote:“In a minute, you can change someone’s life.
As we all begin to look forward to 2019, we couldn’t think of a better way to close out the year than by answering some questions from our listeners. Tune in as host Ken Coleman and Ramsey Solutions Senior Vice President Daniel Tardy talk about everything from career advancement and idea generation to dealing with failure. Who knows, we might just have the answer you’ve been looking for too.
The Power of the Other by Dr. Henry Cloud
Sometimes You Win—Sometimes You Learn by John C.