Develop the Mindset of a Navy SEAL with Mark Divine – Episode 54

July 18, 2018

Mindset is everything. It’s a common expression which can be heard in fitness gyms, sports teams, and even sales teams. But mindset is crucial for everyone. To be a leader, you have to have the mindset that you are a leader. You are worthy of leading, you have a vision which will take your organization into the future, and that you are capable of doing it. So in order to achieve this, I went looking no further than a former US Navy SEAL to find out how we can be more mindful as leaders.

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The Importance of Employee Welfare and Relations with Adam Brown – Episode 38

March 21, 2018

Employees/people are the cornerstones of any organization regardless of the size and function. Without our people, we are simply not leaders. However, it seems that too many leaders do not simply care enough to worry about their employees’ welfare nor care enough to build relations with them. Employee welfare and relation building must be at the forefront of any leaders mind. 

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Developing Your Masculine Leadership With Ryan Michler – Episode 37

March 14, 2018

Leadership comes in many forms for many different people and masculine leadership is no different. The Order of Man website and podcast is geared obviously towards building better men and Masculine Leadership. However, that is not to say there are no lessons to be learned for all. Ultimately, the core lessons which are presented by Order of Man are applicable to everyone when properly reflected upon. 

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Birth of the Military Entrepreneur Tribe with Andrew O’Brien – Episode 36

March 7, 2018

Entrepreneurship is currently a hot topic. Wherever you look it seems like everyone is becoming an entrepreneur and starting their own business. An interesting niche of this booming trend is the rise of the military entrepreneur.  In general terms, military members are not the best paid members of society; however, they are some of the most resourceful people on the planet. With training to overcome to the largest obstacles with little to no resources, it is no surprise that many serving member turn to entrepreneurship prior to and after leaving the service. 

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How to be More Personal with Colonel (retired) Robert Campbell – Episode 25

December 11, 2017

Often a leader’s personnel is referred to as their greatest resource. While the premise of the statement is true, it leads leaders to be cold and heartless. The ideology of being more personal with your personnel is that you become closer to them, understanding who they are as an individual and team member. Which leads to this episode’s guest. 

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Rising Through Adversity With Jordon Perolio – Episode 17

July 4, 2017

At some point, we all have to face adversity. The difference is what you do when that adversity comes. As a leader your people’s adversity becomes yours. Hearing others’ story can help you with your situation. The main thing is to learn from others’ lessons and apply them to your situation. 

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Leading From the Front With Colonel (Retired) John Conrad – Episode 16

June 14, 2017

Military leaders have been some of the greatest leaders of all time. However, many have been quietly leading in the shadows of their military service. Military leaders have a distinct difference in their leadership requirements compared to their civilian counterparts – they have the potential of seeing their people fall in combat. 

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