People who work hard all of their lives, but have no purpose of directing every thought and impulse stored, at some point, might find themselves wasting their time, even when hard at work! My guests today talk about their stories of growth and triumph. Both of them have, in their own words, journey to the false summits of success only to realize that there was nothing meaning meaningful there for them. Joe Colavito and Dan Wilkins founded TREXAGAI, an innovative talent development firm, to help clients experience the unrestricted freedom and power of choosing to Run on Purpose. The name TREXAGAI provides a glimpse into these two trailblazers’ combined purpose. The name is a word combo. The front end is Greek, and the back end is Japanese. Together they create a language we all need to hear because we were designed to run on purpose together.
“If your hero followed you around for the day, what would they think?”
That’s the question Anthony Trucks poses to his clients. Anthony, our guest for today’s episode, is a former NFL player, American Ninja Warrior, and now an elite coach. He went from being a foster child in multiple foster homes to the NFL, to American Ninja Warrior to an elite coach. He is the CEO at Identity Shift, where they help you upgrade how you operate to be, do, and have more.
We can always change our narrative. We are never stuck by prior decisions. This is what we will be learning from the story of our guest, Kyle Sullivan, in today’s episode. Kyle founded Unleash the Champ to create powerful coaching experiences for people and organizations that lead to discovering and stepping into the champion they were created to be. With over ten years of organizational leadership & team development leading thousands of people plus a growing desire to learn it all, he strives to inspire people everywhere to unlock the cages they are in to unleash the champ within.
My guest today is a leadership coach who has helped many organizations thrive by building leadership skills among top executives across the globe. Alison Napier is a certified executive coach, human resources consultant, and the founder of Ripple Solutions. During her long career as a senior HR leader at a Fortune 500 company, Alison has helped hundreds of leaders and teams optimize their performance. In today’s episode, Alison shares her wisdom on coaching, avoiding burnout, maintaining healthy habits, finding the courage to pursue change, and many more.
In today’s episode, we have a fun and insightful conversation with two guests, Bret Nelson and John Cerqueira. In two of our previous episodes, we had amazing conversations with both these guests, and today we’re talking about the concept of plateaus. Throughout the episode, we talk about what it means to be stuck in plateaus, identifying whether we’re on a plateau and some of the things we can do to move on from a plateau.
In Today’s episode, Bobbi Kahler talks about some of the key concepts that helped her reinvent her life path on multiple occasions. Bobbi shares three fundamental truths that’ll help you overcome the dark shadows of your past, build confidence in yourself, and take action to change your life path to a better direction.
My guest today is an International Leadership Guru with forty years of experience and the author of fifty books, including the award-winning ‘See the Light in You.’ Professor M.S. Rao, Ph.D., also known as the father of “Soft Leadership,” is a global keynote speaker and a regular contributor to the Entrepreneur Magazine, and he focuses on training a new generation of leaders through leadership education and publications. In today’s episode, we dive deep into the concept of soft leadership, practicing discipline, giving and receiving healthy feedback, managing negative influences, and more.
My guest today has a fascinating story that involves following a call taking a leap of faith to pursue doing what he’s uniquely created to do.…
My guest today is, Britt Skrabanek, one of those people whose creativity comes out in many flavors. She is a fiction author who has self-published four…
When you are embarking on something new, it’s natural that you want to seek encouragement. We often turn to those nearest to us for that support.…