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13: Ivan Misner – Open Versus Closed Networking

  Dr. Ivan Misner is the founder and chairman of the business networking organization BNI. He has been called the “Father of Modern Networking” by CNN and the “Networking Guru” by Entrepreneur magazine. When you step into a networking event, you may be confronted with a room full of strangers busily involved in conversations. You’ll…

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11: Bonnie St. John – How To Become More Comfortable With Yourself As A Leader

Bonnie St. John became the first African-American ever to win medals in Winter Olympic competition, taking home a silver and two bronze medals at the 1984 Winter Paralympics in Innsbruck, Austria. tlIn recognition of this historic achievement, Bonnie was quoted on millions of Starbucks coffee cups and was honored with her portrait in the Main…

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10: Lee Cockerell – 10 Common Sense Leadership Strategies from a Life at Disney

The secret for creating “magic” in our careers, our organizations, and our lives is simple: outstanding leadership — the kind that inspires employees, delights customers, and achieves extraordinary business results. No one knows more about this kind of leadership than Lee Cockerell, the man who ran Walt Disney World® Resort operations for over a decade. Lee will…

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009: Rick Morris – The Leadership Routine

Scheduling time for growth is integral for leaders. Today, Rick Morris joins our hosts Paul Gustavson and Mike Harbour to talk a bit about his leadership routine. Rick is a member of the John Maxwell Team and will be an impact player for the podcast moving forward: he will be the lead interviewer for several…

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008: Simon Sinek – Finding Your Why & Successful Failures

Simon Sinek, author of “Leaders Eat Last,” joins our hosts Paul Gustavson and Mike Harbour, today on the Transformational Leadership Podcast. Simon mentions people gave him stupid advice saying, “follow your passion” or “do what you love.” He figured out how to talk to people about finding their “why” and helping them to understand their…

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007: Dan Pink – Early Bird or Night Owl, Which Kind of Leader Are You

Dan Pink’s latest book is called When: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing. Everyone knows that timing is everything. But we don’t know much about timing itself. Our lives are a never-ending stream of “when” decisions: when to start a business, schedule a class, get serious about a person. Yet we make those decisions based…

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006: Become A Coach – The 6 Fundamentals of Professional Coaching

Making the decision to get into professional coaching can be scary. Where do you start? How do you get clients when no one has heard of you? Is there actually a market for your kind of coaching? Actually, there’s never been a better time than now to become a coach. We’ve trained over 20,000 coaches…

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005: Our Completeness

Do you ever feel “separate” from your goal? When we’re talking about manifesting our dreams, there is no “you’re here” and “it’s there.” You’re there already. What you have to do is you have to come from it. That is your completeness, and when you operate from it, true transformation will take place. This episode…

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004: 10 Steps to Failure

Paul Martinelli’s success in the entrepreneurial world is indisputable. But in this episode, he decides to shake things up a bit: Paul introduces us to some of the quickest ways to FAIL. One key takeaway (among many) is that “failure is success’s constant companion.” Failure teaches us what NOT to do. Paul’s repeated brushes with failure…

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