The EntreLeadership Podcast

Hosted by George Kamel, 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. More at

#353: The Art of Possibility with Benjamin Zander
If you’re lucky enough to witness Benjamin Zander at work conducting the Boston Philharmonic, you’ll instantly notice two things: his infectious passion for classical music and the sheer joy he brings to his work. And that, he says, is thanks to his u
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#352: Setting the Standard with Jocko Willink
As a former Navy SEAL, Jocko Willink knows a thing or two about beating impossible odds and working tirelessly to do so. Perhaps that’s why, even now as a civilian, Jocko sees tremendous value in pushing himself personally and professionally—and track
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#351: Do You Have the Humility to Serve? with P...
After working in the restaurant industry for nearly 30 years, Mina Group president Patric Yumul knows that outstanding service starts and ends with one thing: humility. But the first step, he says, toward that noble quality is realizing that your customer
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#350: Saving Lives, One Job at a Time with Barr...
When ABLE Founder and CEO Barrett Ward and his wife moved to Ethiopia in 2008, they came face to face with an unspeakable tragedy: young women forced into prostitution as a means of supporting themselves and their families. But instead of relying on chari
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#349: Thanksgiving: An Example of Staying the C...
What can the everyday business owner learn from 17th century Pilgrims? According to New York Times bestselling author and leadership expert Stephen Mansfield, a lot. As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, Mansfield gives us an account of the people who
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#348: Stillness is the Key with Ryan Holiday
In a world that seems to be moving faster than ever, bestselling author Ryan Holiday favors a steadier, more measured approach to things. Rather than being fueled by emotion and rushing into big decisions, he insists that there is real insight to be gaine
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#347: Growing 57,000% in 3 Years with Tom Bilyeu
Entrepreneur and Quest Nutrition co-founder Tom Bilyeu isn’t a doctor, but he has confidently diagnosed himself with a “sickness” that has only one symptom: an intense need to matter. But if you ask him, it’s a pretty good affliction to have. And
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#346: How to Recession-Proof Your Business with...
Considering that we’re experiencing the longest economic expansion in United States history, Ramsey Solutions Chief Financial Officer Mark Floyd says the likelihood of an economic recession in the United States isn’t a question of “if,” but “whe
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#345: The War of Art (and Business) with Steven...
If you’ve ever heard that voice in your head telling you you’re not smart enough or talented enough or good enough, Steven Pressfield says you’re not alone. The bestselling author contends that no one—regardless of who they are or what they do—i
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#344: How to Steward Your Own Potential with Ma...
Instead of wasting your time hoping and waiting for your next big break, Mark Miller, vice president of high-performance leadership at Chick-fil-A, has a much better idea. He suggests focusing your efforts on the things you can actually control right now,
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#343: Everything is Figureoutable with Marie Fo...
Thanks to her beloved mom Miriam, entrepreneur and bestselling author Marie Forleo grew up believing anything is possible—or as she likes to say, “figureoutable.” The problem, she says, is most of us don’t understand how powerful our beliefs are,
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#342: 5 Buckets of Leadership You're Responsibl...
If you’re currently in a leadership role—or even if you aspire to be—psychologist and leadership expert Dr. Henry Cloud says you must accept one thing: You can’t do alone. Sure, as the leader you are ultimately responsible for the bottom line and
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#341: Are You Indispensable? with Seth Godin
If you’re counting on a fancy title or Ivy League pedigree to make a name for yourself at work, world-renowned marketing expert and bestselling author Seth Godin says you’re sadly mistaken. In order to become truly indispensable—what he calls a linc
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#340: 4 Qualities You Need to Lead with Kat Cole
When it comes to climbing the corporate ladder, there’s the traditional way—you know, steady promotions over a long period of time—and then there’s the Kat Cole way. In only two years, she went from waiting tables at Hooters to opening franchises
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#339: How to Serve Something Greater Than Yours...
This week marks the 18th anniversary of September 11, 2001, a day that forever changed our nation. And for a select few like Jason McCarthy, that tragedy ignited a call to service that completely altered the trajectory of their life. In response to 9/11,
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#338: How to Play an Infinite Game with Simon S...
Forget winning or losing. Bestselling author and leadership expert Simon Sinek says the most important thing is to determine what kind of game you’re playing. For example, baseball is a finite game—a game with known players, fixed rules and an agreed-
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#337: A Small Business Q&A with Dave Ramsey
A whopping 54% of the United States gross domestic product and 66% of all job growth in this country can be attributed to one thing: small business. So it’s only fitting that we dedicate an entire episode to answering questions from the very people that
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#336: Run the Mile You're In with Ryan Hall
The road to success for Olympic athlete and American half-marathon record holder Ryan Hall has been paved with countless miles—and way more failures than successes. But surprisingly, he wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, Ryan says every challeng
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#335: Why Self-Knowledge Matters with Ian Morga...
There’s a lot of talk these days about the importance of self-awareness—and for good reason—but bestselling author and Enneagram master teacher Ian Morgan Cron says nearly 90% of us aren’t self-aware at all. Not to mention, many of us are lacking
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#334: How to Run a Be-Rich Business with David ...
Chick-fil-A’s specialty may be chicken, but former Chief Marketing Officer David Salyers says the focus of the restaurant chain has never been the number of sandwiches sold. Instead, he likes to call Chick-fil-A a be-rich business, a venture all about e
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#333: What We've Learned from CrossFit with Jas...
While most think of CrossFit as a means to a really challenging total-body workout, it represents so much more to CrossFit Games champions Jason Khalipa and Rich Froning. In fact, they credit much of their success outside of the gym to the lessons learned
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#332: Why Ramsey Solutions is Built to Last wit...
Most entrepreneurs would readily agree that the path to success isn’t easy or predictable—and it’s certainly not without its share of failures. And while Dave Ramsey’s story is no exception, it’s proof that perseverance and hard work pay off. Wh
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#331: How to Accomplish Impossible Goals with A...
If you’ve ever dared to dream an impossible dream, A.L. Williams & Associates founder Art Williams says you’re one step closer to achieving greatness. Straight from our EntreLeadership Summit 2019 stage, the high-school football coach turned self-made
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#330: Are You Playing to Your Strengths? with D...
Doug Hirsch, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of GoodRx, isn’t afraid to tackle really complex problems, but he’s the first to admit that he doesn’t have all the answers. His solution? Focusing on what he’s good at and then surrounding himself with really sm
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#329: How to Create a Collaborative Culture wit...
While it may not always be the easiest or quickest route, collaborating with your team members to solve problems is always a good idea. In fact, best-selling author and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina says doing so just may be the key to advancin
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#327: Simplify Your Life With Digital Minimalis...
Have you ever wondered if you are addicted to Instagram? How about Facebook? Take a second and think about how many times you mindlessly look at your phone in one day. Although best-selling author Cal Newport says more and more of us are questioning our r
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#326: The Necessity of Conflict with Patrick Le...
Sure, conflict at work may feel uncomfortable at times, but best-selling author and leadership expert Patrick Lencioni says it’s absolutely vital to the health of your organization. Tune in to hear Pat explain why the right kind of conflict (i.e. not me
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#325: Why You Should Delegate Results, Not Task...
Bryan and Shannon Miles, Co-CEOs of BELAY, know a thing or two about maximizing productivity. In fact, they’ve built an entire business around it by helping overworked business owners find amazing virtual assistants, bookkeepers and web specialists. On
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#324: How Growing Cultural Cultivators Leads to...
Dutch Bros Coffee CEO and Founder Travis Boersma has big expansion plans—like opening 800 new stores in the next five years—but he wouldn’t even dream of scaling at that rate without one thing: a passionate team. In fact, he credits his almost 10,00
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#323: How Emotional IQ Impacts Your Ability to ...
While some might argue that showing emotion is a sign of weakness, emotional wellness coach Miles Adcox says that doing so actually makes you stronger—and twice as effective as a leader. Not to mention, stifling your emotions kills your creativity, can
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#322: How to Advance Your Career with The Proxi...
The average person spends more than 90,000 hours in their lifetime at work, which is why it’s so alarming that 70% of American workers report being unhappy with their jobs. Even if you love what you do, you can’t ignore the statistical likelihood that
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#321: 20 Years of Lessons for My Younger Self w...
Although it may seem like entrepreneur and New York Times best-selling author Daymond John has enjoyed a meteoric rise to the top, his success has actually been more than 20 years in the making. And the lessons he’s learned along the journey have shaped
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#320: Are You in the Right Place for Growth? fr...
We’re wrapping up our special bonus content from EntreLeadership Summit and sharing a proven strategy from Ramsey Solutions’ own Ken Coleman to help lead you to a career you love. Tune in to hear Ken explain why the places you put yourself in dramatic
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#319: A Leadership Q&A from EntreLeadership Sum...
We’re continuing our bonus content from EntreLeadership Summit, this time with an outstanding panel discussion featuring Dave Ramsey, leadership expert Simon Sinek, and strengths expert Marcus Buckingham. Talk about a dream team! Join us as the powerhou
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#317: Learn Why Being in Charge Isn’t Enough fr...
On today’s bonus episode, we’re taking you back to San Diego, California, where EntreLeadership Summit is underway. Have you ever heard of a natural-born leader? Well, we hate to break it to you, but there’s no such thing. Tune in as Dave Ramsey exp
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#315: Learn to Navigate the Messy Middle of Bus...
As any entrepreneur will tell you, bringing a new idea to life can be unpredictable, but best-selling author Scott Belsky says there is one thing you can always count on: a messy middle. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, Scott, who has wo
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#314: 3 Ways to Engage Your Team with Patrick L...
According to a recent Gallup poll, only 33% of workers in the United States are engaged in their jobs—which means you’ve likely got some unhappy, unmotivated people in your own organization. The solution, says best-selling author and leadership expert
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#313: 3 Steps to Finding Freedom to Focus with ...
If you regularly struggle to get to the bottom of your to-do list and think the solution is finding more hours in the week, best-selling author Michael Hyatt says you’re wasting your time. Instead, the leadership and personal growth expert insists that
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#312: Creating Business Momentum with Rachel Ho...
After hitting the New York Times best-seller list in 2018 and with a 500% revenue increase for her company expected this year, Rachel Hollis isn’t slowing down anytime soon. But the founder of The Hollis Company is quick to point out that she has been a
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#311: How Talk Triggers Create Customers with J...
While the influence of word of mouth on customer behavior is not particularly surprising, what New York Times best-selling author Jay Baer does find shocking is that few companies bother to build any sort of strategy around it. And that, he says, is a hug
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#310: Solve Your People Problems with Sarah Sloyan
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 EntreLea
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#309: Leadership Lessons From the Flight Deck w...
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
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#308: Live From EntreLeadership 1-Day with Dave...
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 Dav
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#307: Know, Feel, Do: 3 Steps to Effective Comm...
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
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#306: Studying Failure with Jon Erwin
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 fil
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#305: You’re Doing Delegation Wrong with Dave R...
News flash: When it comes to running a business, you can’t do it all. Sure, you can survive 90-hour work weeks for a season, but ultimately if you’re interested in building a business bigger than you, you’re going to have to delegate. And it’s not
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#304: Are Core Values Worthless? with Donald Mi...
Core values can be tricky. So many companies are quick to say they have them, but if you ask best-selling author and StoryBrand CEO Donald Miller, too few actually mean much of anything. And the reason is simple: They fail to answer three things that ever
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#303: 4 Steps to Kill Gossip with Stephen Mansf...
While chitchatting about the latest office rumor or griping about a coworker’s incompetence may feel harmless, New York Times best-selling author and leadership expert Stephen Mansfield says it’s anything but. In fact, gossip breeds distrust and can q
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#302: Atomic Habits with James Clear
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 no
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#300: Defy the Odds with David Goggins
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 prejud
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#299: Our Best Podcasts of 2018
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 lot of ground in 2018. So much, in fact, that it’s near impossible to pick a favorite episode. But guess what? You d
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#298: A Fireside Chat on Personal Development w...
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 everythi
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#297: You're the Boss of You with Seth Godin
When it comes to growing your career, marketing guru and best-selling author Seth Godin insists you have much more leverage than you think. Sure, it’s easy to blame a toxic environment, an unreasonable boss, or even not being in charge for your lack of
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#296: Setting Goals Together with Wendy and Jay...
Twelve years ago, Wendy and Jay Papasan made a decision to get intentional about their shared goals, and they’ve never looked back. In fact, they are so passionate about casting a vision for their life that they now hold goal-setting retreats to teach o
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#295: Struggling to Lead Millennials? from Entr...
Millennials are now the largest demographic in the workforce, meaning one thing: They are here to stay. And the future of your business may very well depend on them, which is exactly why millennials were such a hot topic at EntreLeadership Master Series t
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#294: 5 Unforgettable Moments From EntreLeaders...
In 2015, EntreLeadership held our first-ever Summit in Orlando with 400 attendees and a dream to empower every single one of them with top-notch content from some of the biggest names in leadership and business. And today, although the venue has changed a
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#292: Are You Losing Your Best Skill? with Jess...
Ok, not everyone can (or wants to!) go live in a monastery like self-made billionaire entrepreneur Jesse Itzler did, but we can all certainly reap the benefits of the powerful lessons he learned while there. Removed from the endless distractions of his da
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#291: Lead for the Right Reasons with Patrick L...
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 fo
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#290: Live From EntreLeadership Master Series 2018
We are so excited to share a highlight from this month’s EntreLeadership Master Series. Over 300 small-business owners and leaders from around country joined us in Nashville to spend four intense (but fun-filled!) days pouring into themselves and their
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#289: Turning Apathy Into Action with Scott Har...
When charity: water founder and CEO Scott Harrison set out to solve the global water crisis, he knew he couldn’t do it alone. To that end, he it made it his number one priority to connect with the consumer in an authentic way—and it paid off, big time
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#288: 5 Keys to Future Success with Dr. Henry C...
No matter where you’re trying to take your business, clinical psychologist and leadership expert Dr. Henry Cloud says you can’t get there without one thing: vision. It’s that vision—something the best-selling author likes to call a desired future
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#287: Find a Way, Not an Excuse with Bobby Grue...
Even if you feel like the odds are stacked against your next big idea—no budget, no time, no scope—you may be in a much better position than you think. According to Bobby Gruenewald, Innovation Leader at Life.Church, the more limited your resources, t
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#286: Ignore Conventional Wisdom with Charles D...
If you ask New York Times best-selling author Charles Duhigg, many of the most innovative ideas today aren’t exactly original—and he’s got plenty of evidence to prove it. Instead, the most creative, ground-breaking solutions are often the result of
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#285: Is It Time to Reinvent Yourself? with Dr....
When your business is on the growth track—think more locations, more customers, more payroll—it’s easy to forget that with growth comes new challenges. And, as author Dr. John Hillen warns, a blind spot will quickly turn into a full-blown crisis if
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#284: The No. 1 Skill You Need Now with Carmine...
In the age of automation and artificial intelligence, there is one skill that has yet to be replicated by a robot: persuasive communication. Best-selling author Carmine Gallo calls it the fundamental skill needed to increase your personal value by as much
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#283: 4 Steps to Avoid Hiring Mistakes with Dr....
With only a 50% success rate, hiring is widely considered one of the single biggest problems in business today. But get it right and it can become your greatest opportunity for success, says New York Times best-selling author Dr. Geoff Smart. For starters
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#282: Leading With Military Precision with Mark...
It’s no secret that being a Navy SEAL requires acute mental toughness, emotional resilience, and an uncanny ability to perform under pressure. What you may not realize, however, says ex-Navy Commander and SEALFIT founder Mark Divine, is that those same
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#280: Building on Bedrock with Derek Lidow
If you think a great idea is all it takes to be a successful entrepreneur, best-selling author and Princeton professor Derek Lidow says you might want to think twice about starting your own business. However, if you follow his advice and start by honestly
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#279: Solving Unsolved Problems with Michael Wy...
Michael Wystrach, CEO and co-founder of Freshly, insists that the best businesses are built by those who, first and foremost, are passionate about finding a solution to an unsolved problem. And based on the success of his all-natural, chef-cooked meal del
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#278: Fearless at Work with Molly Fletcher
Talent, skill, and an unparalleled work ethic may seem like a guaranteed recipe for success, but Molly Fletcher—acclaimed motivational speaker, author, and former sports agent—has seen fear undermine it all. Tune in as Molly explains how a positive mi
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#277: Innovating for Business Growth with Dara ...
In order to move your business forward, GE Business Innovations chief marketing officer Dara Treseder knows you have to first identify two things: where you are in the market and where you’d like to be. It’s in this space, which she calls the growth
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#276: Can I Have Your Attention? with Curt Stei...
While it may not be possible to eliminate all the daily distractions (we’re looking at you, 24/7 emails, social media notifications, and nonstop text messages!) in our lives, best-selling author Curt Steinhorst says we can all become measurably more foc
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#275: The Right (and Wrong) Stuff with Carter Cast
The path to success is seldom entirely smooth, but venture capitalist Carter Cast says that shouldn't derail your career-if, that is, you learn how to recognize your blind spots. Tune in as Carter, who is also an award-winning clinical professor at Northw
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#274: Build an A Team with Whitney Johnson
In today's ever-changing business environment, the most effective way to keep your organization competitive is with a team that is continuously learning, according to best-selling author Whitney Johnson. New challenges are not only important to keep us en
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#273: Lessons From Dollar General with Cal Turn...
Providing unbeatable value to customers is a timeless idea-and one that former Dollar General CEO Cal Turner Jr. credits for growing his family's business into a billion-dollar enterprise. Join us as he shares stories straight from the entrepreneurial fro
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#272: Unstoppable Cultures with Ginger Hardage
Former Southwest senior vice president of culture and communication Ginger Hardage knows firsthand that a healthy culture is a total game-changer. Not only does it lead to a more productive and creative workplace, but it also results in a happier, more un
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#271: Big Potential with Shawn Achor
Researcher and New York Times best-selling author Shawn Achor returns to share some stunning new research on success, happiness and how to reach your full potential. Here's a hint: You can't do it alone. Instead, it is determined by how we complement, con
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#270: Alive at Work with Dan Cable
If you've ever felt bored or less than inspired at work, Dan Cable, professor of organizational behavior at the London Business School, has good news: Your problem is biological, not motivational. Sure, that may sound a bit alarming at first, but the scie
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#269: Dare to Serve with Cheryl Bachelder
In 2007, when Cheryl Bachelder took over as CEO of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc., the company was a mess. Profits were down, stock prices were at an all-time low, and morale had hit rock bottom. She knew her only hope of turning things around was to cre
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#268: Wisdom for Your WorkLife with Adam Grant
Psychologist and New York Times best-selling author Adam Grant has spent his career studying ways to find more motivation and meaning in life, and he says a great place to start is by looking for purpose at work. Now depending on how you feel about your j
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#267: Leading Through Tragedy with Gary Kelly
We're wrapping up our special bonus content from EntreLeadership Summit with a powerful lesson from Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly on leading his team through the airline's recent tragedy in April. He offers tremendous insight on the importance of comm
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#266: Dave Ramsey, Seth Godin, Donald Miller—Li...
We're coming to you again from EntreLeadership Summit, this time with an outstanding panel discussion featuring Dave Ramsey, Seth Godin and Donald Miller. The powerhouse trio tackles questions from our attendees and addresses tough issues such as managing
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#265: Dave Ramsey—Live From Summit
We’re continuing our bonus content from EntreLeadership Summit with a lesson from Dave Ramsey on something that affects every single one of us: market disruption. Regardless of the business you’re in, change is the only constant in today’s marketpla
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#263: Thriving in the Age of Overload with Juli...
According to WhiteSpace at Work CEO Juliet Funt, oftentimes the key to accomplishing more is to momentarily do less. A strategic pause, what she calls "whitespace," taken between activities to recalibrate and recuperate can help you reclaim lost productiv
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#262: Rise and Grind with Daymond John
Daymond John knows from experience that there is no such thing as a shortcut to the top. The entrepreneur and New York Times best-selling author, who first found success after turning $40 into the six-million-dollar FUBU brand, says the secret to his succ
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#261: The Science of Perfect Timing with Daniel...
Whether you're an electrician or an analyst, a brain surgeon or a salesperson, New York Times best-selling author Daniel Pink has discovered a universal truth: When we do our work is just as important as how we do it. Turns out even the brightest minds ar
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#260: Why Annual Goals Don't Work with Brian Moran
If you're constantly trying to find more hours in the day, New York Times best-selling author and leadership consultant Brian Moran might have just the solution: Plan to get more done in 12 weeks than most people get done in an entire year. Sound too good
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#259: Moments That Change Lives with Dan Heath
In a world where we're all constantly trying to craft experiences-like that of our customers, patients, users, you name it-New York Times best-selling author Dan Heath has figured out how to get it right. And it generally doesn't involve grand gestures or
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#258: The Benefits of Conflict with Dr. Nate Re...
Dr. Nate Regier believes wholeheartedly in the power and importance of healthy conflict communication-so much so that he built an entire business around it. He's the co-founder and CEO of Next Element, which works with organizations around the world to he
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#257: Pushing Past Fear with the founders of Co...
After the near overnight success of their first food truck, followed by a winning appearance on ABC's Shark Tank, Cousins Maine Lobster cofounders Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac found themselves in an enviable position. Financially, they had the capability
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#256: Hard Talks Made Easier with Joseph Grenny
While the thought of having difficult conversations may fill most of us with dread, business social scientist Joseph Grenny says avoiding conflict is a big mistake. In fact, he says such conversations are absolutely crucial to an organization's health and
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#255: Investing in Culture with William Vanderb...
Regardless of the size of your organization or the type of work you do, William Vanderbloemen, CEO and founder of Vanderbloemen Search Group, says intentionally investing in your culture always pays off. Not only does a healthy workplace increase revenue
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#254: The Power of Curiosity with Chalene Johnson
If you use social media to market your business (and really, who doesn’t?), lifestyle and business expert Chalene Johnson says the best way to build your tribe is through something she calls “curiosity marketing.” The goal is to first position yours
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#253: 7 Solid Social Media Strategies with Rach...
Rachel Hollis, best-selling author and CEO of Chic Media, hesitates to call herself a social media expert, although the mega brands she's worked with-like Disney, Rubbermaid, and Target-would likely beg to differ. Instead she considers herself a tribe-bui
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#252: Jen Sievertsen-The Top Marketing Trend Now
In the final installment of this special four-part episode, Jen Sievertsen, chief marketing officer of Ramsey Solutions, explains the best way to spend your marketing dollars now. She says the biggest challenge today is breaking through the overabundance
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#251: Rachel Hollis—The Top Marketing Trend Now
In part three of this special four-part episode, Chic Media CEO Rachel Hollis shares her advice on the best way to spend your marketing dollars now. Rachel says it's more important than ever to know the language of your demographic and the lifestyle they
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#250: Ryan Deiss-The Top Marketing Trend Now
In part two of this special four-part episode, Ryan Deiss, founder and CEO of, shares the best way to spend your marketing dollars now. Rather than making your product or brand the focus of your marketing efforts, he says you should co
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#249: Pat Flynn—The Top Marketing Trend Now
In this special four-part episode, we ask marketing pros Pat Flynn, Ryan Deiss, Rachel Hollis and Jen Sievertsen to weigh in on the best way to spend your marketing dollars now. Tune in to find out their top 2018 marketing trends so you can decide how to
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#247: Virtual Culture with Bryan and Shannon Miles
Bryan and Shannon Miles, cofounders of the wildly successful virtual support provider BELAY, have done what many would think impossible: create a unified and thriving culture among a team made up entirely of telecommuters. Turns out you don't need to work
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#246: Creating a Culture Like Netflix's with Pa...
When it comes to shaping a healthy and vibrant culture, Patty McCord—co-creator of the now viral (think over 12 million views) Netflix Culture deck—says most companies are doing it all wrong. In fact, she contends that commonly held “best...
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