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IS BIG TECH MANIPULATING ME? [EPISODE 204]

IS BIG TECH MANIPULATING ME? [EPISODE 204]

January 22, 2022

In this episode, I talk about manipulation and focus on how you are manipulated at work, through rewards programs, and most insidiously through apps that are designed to manipulate you.

I draw heavily on an article: How ‘Gamification’ of everything is manipulating you by Stephen Johnson.

https://lifehacker.com/how-gamification-of-everything-is-manipulating-you-and-1848352808

I add my own commentary and perspective to the article.

I promise you this—once you see what is happening, you will see it everywhere. You are being manipulated.

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WHY DID MAO KILL THE SPARROWS IN CHINA? [EPISODE 203]

WHY DID MAO KILL THE SPARROWS IN CHINA? [EPISODE 203]

January 12, 2022

In this episode, I talk about foresight and I focus on the time where Mao targeted sparrows as an enemy of the state during the cultural revolution in China. I reviewed an article: China’s worst self-inflicted environmental disaster: The campaign to wipe out the common sparrow.https://gizmodo.com/china-s-worst-self-inflicted-environmental-disaster-th-5927112

And, I add my own commentary on leadership. Even better, I cover the entire topic in about 10 minutes.

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BUSINESS TRENDS 20222 [EPISODE 202]

BUSINESS TRENDS 20222 [EPISODE 202]

January 6, 2022

In this episode I talk about business trends that will influence 2022. We thought 2020 was bad (and it was) and we were optimistic as we turned the corner to 2021. In hindsight, we might have been prematurely optimistic. How should we think about what comes next in 2022? In this episode I review this article from the Financial Times and I offer my own thoughts.

Here is the link to the article I mentioned—Ten Economic trends that could define 2022: https://www.ft.com/content/432d78ee-6163-402e-8950-d961b4b1312b

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HOW TO GET RICH (BY CREATING VALUE OUT OF ALMOST NOTHING) [EPISODE 201]

HOW TO GET RICH (BY CREATING VALUE OUT OF ALMOST NOTHING) [EPISODE 201]

December 27, 2021

In this episode I talk about how to create value through one of two certain paths to economic success. I review an article where one woman did it. She went from 1 cent to $80,000 in a very short period of time. If you understand the principle, you can do it too.  

Here is the link to the article I mentioned:

https://www.cnbc.com/2021/12/22/tiktoker-started-with-a-bobby-pin-and-bartered-her-way-to-a-house.html?utm_content=Main&utm_medium=Social&utm_source=Facebook&fbclid=IwAR2iKYM0-Swc7CYYn5X8eZYWaJwCHNgpA8od7oGg_PdhWOLmwGZFItiHUFo#Echobox=1640182942

You can watch her Tick-Tock videos for the Trade-me project here:

https://www.tiktok.com/@trademeproject?lang=en&is_copy_url=1&is_from_webapp=v1

Here is the Ted Talk:

https://www.google.com/search?q=ted+talk+red+paperclip&oq=ted+talk+red+paperclip&aqs=chrome..69i57.5077j1j7&sourceid=chrome&ie=UTF-8

Ian and Alex—it is on. I have thrown down my challenge.

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WHAT IS THE BEST BOOK ON LEADERSHIP? [EPISODE 200]

WHAT IS THE BEST BOOK ON LEADERSHIP? [EPISODE 200]

December 20, 2021

I get this question periodically. I thought I would review the best leadership books on Amazon’s Best Books list and help you decide. I will review Amazon’s 30 top choices and tell you what I know about them. Then you can decide what you should read next.

Here is the link to Amazon Best Sellers on leadership and management so you can make your selection:

https://www.amazon.com/Best-Sellers-Management-Leadership/zgbs/books/2675/ref=zg_bs_nav_books_2_3

By the way, I mentioned my own book, the Bookshelf in Your Boss’s Brain which gives an overview a number of these books. Here is the link:

https://www.amazon.com/Bookshelf-Your-Bosss-Brain-Management-ebook/dp/B00P4AMMOS/ref=sr_1_1?crid=AVUGQ7DF2FDG&keywords=the+bookshelf+in+your+boss%27s+brain&qid=1640030589&sprefix=the+bookshelf+in+your+%2Caps%2C1639&sr=8-1

 

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BEST LEADERSHIP QUOTES, VOLUME 2 [EPISODE 199]

BEST LEADERSHIP QUOTES, VOLUME 2 [EPISODE 199]

December 9, 2021

At the end of every episode, I share a quotation for contemplation. In this episode I share some of the best leadership quotes I have collected. This will be a great listen.

I promised you could have the to use. Here they are:

https://csuniv0-my.sharepoint.com/:f:/g/personal/dgerdes_csuniv_edu/Ep21AVCI8f1GiKb8-gZBmn4BAxrq9SlszYNfHpWSAvhXlQ?e=Wpdk87

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BEST LEADERSHIP QUOTES, VOLUME 1 [EPISODE 198]

BEST LEADERSHIP QUOTES, VOLUME 1 [EPISODE 198]

December 1, 2021

At the end of every episode, I share a quotation for contemplation. In this episode I share some of the best leadership quotes I have collected. This will be a great listen.

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LESSONS FROM THE HAPPIEST MAN ON EARTH: A BOOK REVIEW [EPISODE 197]

LESSONS FROM THE HAPPIEST MAN ON EARTH: A BOOK REVIEW [EPISODE 197]

November 23, 2021

In this episode, I am reviewing the book the Happiest man on Earth. The book is a great read. I read it twice in three days. I urge you to read it.

The author provides a number of excellent lessons. While these are not intended to be leadership lessons, nearly all of these lessons are good lessons for leaders.

During the presentation, I talked about Eddie’s Ted Talk. You can find it here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=clguD970hSc

I also talked about Sir Nicolas Winton--the Man that saved hundreds of children from the Holocaust surprised by them decades later. You simply have to watch this 2 minute clip.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=POCCJ-8zds8

It was part of a British show called “That’s Life” and it was broadcast in 1988. I am a grown man who has not cried in years, but I am more than willing to admit that this clip brought tears to my eyes.

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WHY DID WE DROP THE BOMB ON JAPAN? [EPISODE 196]

WHY DID WE DROP THE BOMB ON JAPAN? [EPISODE 196]

November 16, 2021

In this episode, I want to talk about making tough decisions. Recently, Nikole Hannah-Jones tweeted that she felt shame when she visited Hiroshima. She also said, “They dropped the bomb when they knew surrender was coming because they’d spent all this money developing it and to prove it was worth it,” she wrote. “Propaganda is not history my friend.” But is that true? How did President Truman make his decision to drop the bomb? What choices did he have to wrestle with?

In this episode, I walk through a historian’s analysis to help you understand what happened and why.

Here is a link to the article I referenced.

https://www.nationalreview.com/2018/08/president-truman-atomic-bombing-of-japan-better-option/

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LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM GENERAL MOULTRIE [EPISODE 195]

LEADERSHIP LESSONS FROM GENERAL MOULTRIE [EPISODE 195]

November 8, 2021

In this episode, I explain a number of leadership lessons from an obscure founding father whose actions may have saved the American Revolution. You don’t want to miss this episode of the podcast. I promise you will learn and grow if you lend me your time today.

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WHY HE’S RUNNING FOR CONGRESS [EPISODE 194]

WHY HE’S RUNNING FOR CONGRESS [EPISODE 194]

November 2, 2021

In this episode, I have a second conversation with Tyler Lee. Tyler is a serial entrepreneur who is now running for the United States Congress. He will tell us why.

I have known Tyler since 2006 when he was a student of mine at Liberty University. He brings some business sensibilities to politics. You will be impressed as I was.

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LESSONS FROM AN ENTREPRENEUR [EPISODE 193]

LESSONS FROM AN ENTREPRENEUR [EPISODE 193]

October 24, 2021

In this episode, I have a conversation with Tyler Lee. Tyler is a serial entrepreneur who has a wonderful understanding of the lessons needed to be successful in business. They are probably not what you think.

I have known Tyler since 2006 when he was a student of mine at Liberty University. He impressed me then, and he impressed me now. If he wrote in a paper what he told me in this episode, he would deserve an A. What is more important is that he was relaying his own practical experience. He did it. This is not just theory.

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HOW MR. GOXX MAKES 19.41% TRADING BITCOIN [EPISODE 192]

HOW MR. GOXX MAKES 19.41% TRADING BITCOIN [EPISODE 192]

October 18, 2021

I don’t know much about Bitcoin, and I am not sure that Mr. Goxx does either, but he has made 19.41% trading cryptocurrency and I am going to tell you how. I will explain how he did it. It is a strategy you can replicate, but you need to understand the risks. At any rate, I am confident that this is not a strategy you have considered before.

More importantly, I am going to provide the back story to Mr. Goxx and focus on the creativity behind the process.

In this episode, I referred to this BBC article:

https://www.bbc.com/news/technology-58707641

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LESSONS FROM THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND THE GRAND OLE OPRY [EPISODE 191]

LESSONS FROM THE COUNTRY MUSIC HALL OF FAME AND THE GRAND OLE OPRY [EPISODE 191]

October 4, 2021

I am ignorant about country music, but during a recent trip to Nashville, I had the chance to visit both the Country Music Hall of Fame and the Grand Ole Opry. I drew a number of leadership lessons (and broader business lessons) from the experience and in this episode I discuss it with my colleague Maxwell Rollins. Maxwell is the Graduate Programs Director in the college of Business at CSU and  he has owned a Mobile DJ Business, (Jay Maxwell’s Music by Request: http://charlestoneventspecialists.com) for 40 years. His DJs have entertained at more than 1000 weddings, and he is a wealth of information.

I also mentioned an article:

12 Christianese words and phrases we say:

https://www.propreacher.com/12-christianese-words-phrases-need-explain/

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JESUS AS LEADER [EPISODE 190]

JESUS AS LEADER [EPISODE 190]

September 27, 2021

In this episode, I have a conversation with a former student, Adam Caplinger. Adam spent two semesters engaged in the research question: What was Jesus like as a leader? This led us to co-write a paper that we will be presenting to the Christian Business Faculty Association (CBFA) next week. We share our thoughts with you here.

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Demystifying the Price at the Pump [Episode 189]

Demystifying the Price at the Pump [Episode 189]

September 19, 2021

Have you ever wondered why gas prices go up and down? In this episode, I will explain how gas stations determine what they charge you at the pump. I will explain how the price of crude, supply and demand, local competition, and most importantly the gas station’s real business model—which is not what you think—all connect to get to the amount you are charged at the pump.

For this episode, I use a number of publicly available oil charts and an excellent article about the price of gas by Zachary Crockett (Thanks, Zack!):

https://thehustle.co/why-most-gas-stations-dont-make-money-from-selling-gas/

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WHAT HAPPENS NEXT IN AFGHANISTAN WITH DAVID HAJJAR [Episode 188]

WHAT HAPPENS NEXT IN AFGHANISTAN WITH DAVID HAJJAR [Episode 188]

September 11, 2021

In this episode, I continue my conversation with David Hajjar as he helps us understand what will happen in a Taliban-controlled Afghanistan. David has been involved in relief work for 35 years with the UN, USAID, and similar organizations. In this episode, he gives us a more practical view of what is likely to happen next in Afghanistan. If you missed the last episode, David gave us a solid overview of how the region works and why.

 

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UNDERSTANDING AFGHANISTAN (with David Hajjar) [EPISODE 187]

UNDERSTANDING AFGHANISTAN (with David Hajjar) [EPISODE 187]

September 4, 2021

In this episode, I have a fascinating conversation with David Hajjar. David has worked in relief work with the UN, USAID, and similar organizations for 35 years. He is a native of Lebanon and lived there during the civil war.

In this episode he gives us a philosophical overview of the middle east to help us process what will happen in Afghanistan as we move forward. In the next episode, we continue the conversation and we try to get a sense of how the Taliban will act as they move forward. We compare notes as we try to understand what will happen next.

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LEADERSHIP IN BRITISH LITERATURE (WITH JEFF CARLUCCI)  [EPISODE 186]

LEADERSHIP IN BRITISH LITERATURE (WITH JEFF CARLUCCI) [EPISODE 186]

August 28, 2021

This is a continuation of my discussion of Leadership in British Lit. with Jeff Carlucci in the last episode. Jeff has been teaching literature since 1982. He will recap his thoughts from the last episode and provide new insights that have emerged from British Literature and his time teaching (since 1982).

 

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Episode 32: What are you reading? Why aren’t you reading?

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/what-are-you-reading-why-aren-t-you-reading-episode-32/

 

Episode 61: How StoneBridge School teaches students to become leaders

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/how-stonebridge-school-teaches-students-to-become-leaders-episode-61/

 

Episode 145: How to lead well at home

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/how-to-lead-well-at-home-episode-145/

 

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LEADERSHIP IN BRITISH LITERATURE (WITH JEFF CARLUCCI)  [EPISODE 185]

LEADERSHIP IN BRITISH LITERATURE (WITH JEFF CARLUCCI)  [EPISODE 185]

August 21, 2021

In this episode, I have a conversation with my good friend Jeff Carlucci. Jeff has been teaching literature since 1982. He will provide a number of leadership lessons that emerge from British Literature—and he does it masterfully.

If you enjoyed this discussion, you are in luck. Jeff will be back next week to continue the discussion. Beyond that, Jeff has been on a few times before:

 

Episode 32: What are you reading? Why aren’t you reading?

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/what-are-you-reading-why-aren-t-you-reading-episode-32/

 

Episode 61: How StoneBridge School teaches students to become leaders

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/how-stonebridge-school-teaches-students-to-become-leaders-episode-61/

 

Episode 145: How to lead well at home

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/how-to-lead-well-at-home-episode-145/

 

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THESE ARE THIS THINGS YOU NEED TO DO TO LOSE WEIGHT (THE CHANGE PROCESS ILLUMINATED) [EPISODE 184]

THESE ARE THIS THINGS YOU NEED TO DO TO LOSE WEIGHT (THE CHANGE PROCESS ILLUMINATED) [EPISODE 184]

August 14, 2021

In this episode, I have a conversation with a former student, Jonathan Lindstrom, who started a health coaching business—Body4Christ. I invited him to come on because what he does perfectly illustrates the change process. The change process includes the same variables whether you are leading others at the office or trying to lose weight at home.  Whether you are interested in weight loss or the change process, listen to this episode.

 

If you want to follow up with Jonathan, his website is:

https://www.body4christ.net/

 

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IS THE FOUR DAY WORK WEEK IN YOUR FUTURE? [EPISODE 183]

IS THE FOUR DAY WORK WEEK IN YOUR FUTURE? [EPISODE 183]

August 7, 2021

 

In this episode, I review a Wall Street Journal Article by Patrick Johnson discussing the prospects for the four day work week and reviewing the history of such experiments. And, of course, I add a bit of my own commentary.

You can read the article, Is a Four-Day Week the Future of Work? here:

https://www.wsj.com/articles/is-a-four-day-week-the-future-of-work-11627704011?st=ai4emfbdwqoywzz&mod=pktemail8

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WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SAY TO THE WORLD? [EPISODE 182]

WHAT DO YOU WANT TO SAY TO THE WORLD? [EPISODE 182]

July 31, 2021

In this episode, I have a fascinating talk with Randy Herbertson. Randy is  a brand strategist and creative director. He has been a corporate facilitator, consumer insight specialist and a creative strategist.

Randy has produced some absolutely fascinating work. This was an amazing learning experience for me, and I am sure it will be for you.

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WHAT A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COACH CAN TEACH YOU ABOUT LEADERSHIP [EPISODE 181]

WHAT A TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL FOOTBALL COACH CAN TEACH YOU ABOUT LEADERSHIP [EPISODE 181]

July 24, 2021

In this episode, I have a conversation with Coach Mike DeTerlizzi. Mike was one of my students at Charleston Southern University and he had held a variety of coaching jobs. He has applied what he learned in his MBA program and he shares with us the insights that he has developed about leadership with his Texas high school football team.

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THIS IS WHY CONSERVATIVES ARE SKEPTICAL ABOUT THE  2020 ELECTION [EPISODE 180]

THIS IS WHY CONSERVATIVES ARE SKEPTICAL ABOUT THE 2020 ELECTION [EPISODE 180]

July 17, 2021

THIS IS WHY CONSERVATIVES ARE SKEPTICAL ABOUT THE  2020 ELECTION [EPISODE 180]

In this episode, I review a brilliant argument posted in 35 separate tweets on Twitter and I view it through the lens of a well established academic theory to explain how and why conservatives view the 2020 elections.

I mentioned an article in the podcast about how the Supreme court seat was baked into the election. See the last few paragraphs of this article to understand why.

https://flagandcross.com/what-happened-to-weneednine-opinion/

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WORST BOSS SURVEY [EPISODE 179]

WORST BOSS SURVEY [EPISODE 179]

July 10, 2021

In this episode, I have a conversation with Dustin Moody of the Denver Institute for Faith and Work. He will reveal the results of their worst boss survey. He will provide the top results and then we will talk about a few worst boss experiences.

When you are done, you will see your boss differently.

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HOW THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE UNDERMINED SLAVERY AND ENABLED CIVIL RIGHTS (AND CAN HEAL US TODAY) [EPISODE 178]

HOW THE DECLARATION OF INDEPENDENCE UNDERMINED SLAVERY AND ENABLED CIVIL RIGHTS (AND CAN HEAL US TODAY) [EPISODE 178]

July 2, 2021

In this episode I want to talk about what happened on the 4th of July—why it matters. It is not an irrelevant event or a holiday of the oppressor, but the key event that undermined the evils of slavery. It enabled the civil rights movement (MLK drew upon it for authority), and if we apply it, it can help us fix what ails us today.

Leadership, according to Marshal Goldsmith is “Providing inspiration and vision, then developing and empowering other to achieve this vision.” I am grateful that the founding fathers had the wisdom and insight to lead us to a better future.

If you subscribe to the arguments of the 1619 Project and the dubious theory that the world consists only of oppressors and the oppressed, you will not like this episode. If you are intellectually honest, you might want to hear the arguments from the other side. Check out the 1776 project: https://1776unites.com/

Looking to support black lives, but not the Marxist political baggage of BLM? Check out https://everyblm.com/about/

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MAKE ETHICAL LEADERSHIP DECISIONS (OR SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES) [EPISODE 177]

MAKE ETHICAL LEADERSHIP DECISIONS (OR SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES) [EPISODE 177]

June 26, 2021

In this episode, I welcome Enrique Fiallo. Enrique has an incredible story.   

Enrique is a former CEO of a publicly traded company. He made some unethical choices as CEO and served time in prison. While in prison, he talked to other inmates to understand how they thought about what they did and he found that it mirrored his experience. In our talk, he will share what he learned from his experience. We will talk about how pressure and small decisions impact ethical choices.

Enrique is now a speaker on ethical decisions and consequences. His message is powerful.

 

If you would like to get in touch with Enrique, please

email him at enrique@fiallo.com

Or, go to his website: www.fiallo.com

 

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THE STEWARD LEADER (PART II) [EPISODE 176]

THE STEWARD LEADER (PART II) [EPISODE 176]

June 19, 2021

In this episode, I continue my  interview the author of one of the Steward Leader.

This is part two of a two-part discussion.

In this episode, Scott talks about the mission statement that every church and Christian organization in the world should use—and how it changes everything. He goes on to tell us how well-intentioned leaders get started on a path where they make moral compromises. He also discusses how to handle praise and criticism.

 

If you missed part one, go back one episode. Scott explained the difference between a faithful steward and an owner who is entirely responsible for his own results. He explained how leaders find themselves in bondage when they own the vision. And, he explained what he got wrong, as a leader in order to help you think about the prerequisites for getting your leadership right.

 

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WHAT IS STEWARD LEADERSHIP? [EPISODE 175]

WHAT IS STEWARD LEADERSHIP? [EPISODE 175]

June 12, 2021

In this episode, I interview the author of one of the best books I have read on leadership—EVER. I am so enamored with this book that I require it in my first class on leadership in the masters program at Charleston Southern where I am a professor.

The book is profound because Scott has done the hard work of really thinking deeply about a theology of leadership. What does the concept of a biblical steward mean in relation to leadership? This thinking has impacted my life and the lives of my students in deep and amazing ways.

This is part one of a two-part discussion.

In this episode, Scott explains the difference between a faithful steward and an owner who is entirely responsible for his own results. He explains how leaders find themselves in bondage when they own the vision. He explains what he got wrong, and he can help you think about the prerequisites for getting your leadership right.

In the next episode, Scott continues this thinking. He talks about the mission statement that every church and Christian organization in the world should use—and it changes everything. He goes on to tell us how leaders start on a path where they make moral compromises. He also discusses how to handle praise and criticism.

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WHAT IS THE MONETARY VALUE OF LEADERSHIP? [EPISODE 174]

WHAT IS THE MONETARY VALUE OF LEADERSHIP? [EPISODE 174]

June 9, 2021

In this episode I talk to Teresa Petcovic, a former student who spent two semesters researching the question of the monetary value of leadership for her final project in her masters program in leadership. I assigned her the task. She did a fantastic job researching the question. She earned an A, and she is here to reveal her findings. The results are incredible. You will be blown away by the results.

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THIS MORTGAGE BROKER CAN FIX YOUR CREDIT AND GET YOU INTO A HOME IN ONE YEAR IF YOU JUST DO WHAT HE SAYS [EPISODE 173]

THIS MORTGAGE BROKER CAN FIX YOUR CREDIT AND GET YOU INTO A HOME IN ONE YEAR IF YOU JUST DO WHAT HE SAYS [EPISODE 173]

June 5, 2021

I am again talking to Ty Coleman. Ty is a good friend. We attend church together. He was on the last episode where he provided his top 10 reasons that people are denied a loan. Then he explained what he can see in the paperwork—how he can predict success or failure in life beyond the mortgage.

In this episode, Ty puts his credit counselor hat back on. He was a credit counselor before he became a mortgage broker. He made a bold claim that if ANYONE just does what he says, he can get them into a home within one year. He tells us exactly what needs to be done in exactly the order in which it needs to be done. If you are looking to get into a home, but you have poor credit, you can’t afford to miss this.

But I brought Ty on this program to talk about the greater implications beyond the steps to repair credit. After the steps, we talk about the impact of our choices in relation to success in all of life.

If you would like to contact Ty, email him at tcoleman@pnlending.com or call him: (610) 505-2514.

If you are looking to get a mortgage and you have poor credit, he has agreed to talk to anyone who heard this podcast FOR FREE. Just tell him you heard him on the Leadersmith Podcast.

 

Or, go to his website: Tyronecoleman.com  Let him know you heard him on this here.

 

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HOW A MORTGAGE BROKER CAN PREDICT YOUR SUCCESS OR FAILURE [EPISODE 172]

HOW A MORTGAGE BROKER CAN PREDICT YOUR SUCCESS OR FAILURE [EPISODE 172]

June 2, 2021

In this episode, I am talking to Ty Coleman. Ty is a good friend. One day we got to talking about what he does, and we realized, he would add value to listeners of this podcast.

Ty will provide his top 10 reasons that people are denied a loan and he tells us what else he can tell about people when he looks at the paperwork. He can tell a lot about whether a person will be a success or continue to struggle.

 

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Go to his website: Tyronecoleman.com  Let him know you heard him on this podcast.

 

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SERVANT LEADERSHIP WITH JIM HUNTER (PART II) [EPISODE 171]

SERVANT LEADERSHIP WITH JIM HUNTER (PART II) [EPISODE 171]

May 29, 2021

In this episode, I continue my conversation with Jim Hunter. We discuss why we need to hear this servant-leadership message repeatedly, the pivotal difference between power and accountability, how leadership is like love, the power of community in culture, and how his thinking has progressed over time.

If you missed the first part, go back one episode. We talked about character as the core of effective leadership, how to develop it, the difference between a bad boss and a petulant child, the difference between power and authority, and the role of sacrifice in leadership,

 

A Jim said, the ultimate test of leadership is: “do people raise their game under your influence?”  

Do your people raise their game?

 

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SERVANT LEADERSHIP WITH JIM HUNTER (PART I) [EPISODE 170]

SERVANT LEADERSHIP WITH JIM HUNTER (PART I) [EPISODE 170]

May 26, 2021

In this episode I sit down with Jim hunter, author of the Servant, the Servant Leadership Training Course, and the Culture. It is a fascinating conversation where Jim unpacks the difference between leadership and servant leadership.

We talk about character as the core of effective leadership, how to develop it, the difference between a bad boss and a petulant child, the difference between power and authority, and the role of sacrifice in leadership,

 

What is the ultimate test of leadership: “do people raise their game under your influence?”  

 

This is the first part of a two-part conversation. We continue the conversation in the next episode. We will cover why we need to hear this message repeatedly, the difference between power and accountability, how leadership is like love, the power of community in culture, and how his thinking has progressed over time.

 

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ULYSSES GRANT ON LEADERSHIP PART II – THE PRESIDENCY AND BEYOND. AN INTERVIEW WITH Craig von Buseck [EPISODE 169]

ULYSSES GRANT ON LEADERSHIP PART II – THE PRESIDENCY AND BEYOND. AN INTERVIEW WITH Craig von Buseck [EPISODE 169]

May 22, 2021

This is part II of an amazing discussion with Dr. Craig von Buseck.  I learned so much about Ulysses Grant and here we talk about his character, his accomplishments (and civil rights legislation that was passed 90 years before modern civil rights legislation), and how he met and overcame the most difficult challenge of his life.   

If you missed Part I, go back one episode. In that episode, we talked about the lost-cause school, Grant’s early life and business failures, his method of leading his men during the Civil war, and his formula for success.

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ULYSSES GRANT ON LEADERSHIP PART I – THE WAR YEARS. AN INTERVIEW WITH Craig von Buseck [EPISODE 167]

ULYSSES GRANT ON LEADERSHIP PART I – THE WAR YEARS. AN INTERVIEW WITH Craig von Buseck [EPISODE 167]

May 19, 2021

What do you really know about Ulysses Grant? In this episode you will learn why your understanding is probably wrong.

If you are like most of us, you only associate him with the concept of the war of attrition. Compared to Lee, Grant is a knuckle-dragger in the popular imagination. But Grant was an amazing servant leader. Really. I was surprised by this amazing discussion with Dr. Craig von Buseck. 

This is the first part of a two-part conversation. In this episode we talk about the lost-cause school, Grant’s early life and business failures, his method of leading his men during the Civil war, and his formula for success.

In the next episode, we will talk about his achievements during his presidency, why it was far better than you think, and how he overcame the greatest challenge of his life just before his death.

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HOW A PRISON INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) OPERATIONS SECTION CHIEF THINKS ABOUT LEADERSHIP [EPISODE 167]

HOW A PRISON INCIDENT COMMAND SYSTEM (ICS) OPERATIONS SECTION CHIEF THINKS ABOUT LEADERSHIP [EPISODE 167]

May 15, 2021

In this episode, I interview Dennis Mossburg. Dennis Spent 18 years as in the prisons system, much of it as an Incident Command System (ICS), Type III Operations Section Chief. He has a rather interesting perspective on leadership as a consequence of his unique experience. You will hear this, but you will also hear core leadership principles as he talks.  

He will discuss leadership in complex situations, how to deal with inmates effectively, and how to lead Type-A personalities.

He also wrote a book, Reflections on Leadership. You can find the book here:

https://www.amazon.com/Reflections-Leadership-What-Leaders-About-ebook/dp/B08RCVDKCL/ref=tmm_kin_swatch_0?_encoding=UTF8&qid=&sr=

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THREE CIRCLES THAT EXPLAIN HOW THE WORLD WORKS [EPISODE 166]

THREE CIRCLES THAT EXPLAIN HOW THE WORLD WORKS [EPISODE 166]

May 12, 2021

In this episode I describe three circles that explain how the world works. This is a bold promise, but in 10 minutes, I hope to reframe the way you see everything from taxes to income to sales to politics to leadership--it is all explained with three circles.

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WHAT I LEARNED FROM A YEAR OF PODCASTING [EPISODE 165]

WHAT I LEARNED FROM A YEAR OF PODCASTING [EPISODE 165]

May 8, 2021

In this episode I describe what I learned from podcasting for 1 year. What I learned and how I benefitted from this process is somewhat surprising—like cofounding the Excellence in Leadership institute—an opportunity that would not have emerged without the podcast.

 

For Excellence in Leadership Training:

https://excellenceinleadershipinstitute.com/

 

I also talked about Bebe Beans (Coffee that supports the girls’ home to get homeless off the street in Colombia):

https://www.bebebeans.com/

 

I also discussed my favorite episodes (in chronological order, but episode 69 is my absolute favorite):

 

  1. Welcome to the Leadersmith

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/episode-01-welcome-to-the-leadersmiths-podcast/

 

  1. The hulk, Billy Graham, and Why They Matter if You are a Leader.

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/episode-04-the-incredible-hulk-and-billy-graham-and-why-they-matter-if-you-are-a-leader/

 

 

33, 34, and 120. (Interviews with Brian Miller)

Need some Encouraging Perspective? Parts I and II

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/need-some-encouraging-perspective-part-i-episode-33/

 

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/need-some-encouraging-perspective-part-ii-episode-34/

 

Drink Coffee, Save homeless Girls in Medellin Colombia.

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/drink-coffee-save-homeless-girls-in-medellin-colombia-here-s-how-episode-120/

 

 

  1. Think Like Trump (The Businessman)

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/think-like-trump-the-businessman-episode-40/

 

 

  1. How StoneBridge School Teaches Students to Become Leaders

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/how-stonebridge-school-teaches-students-to-become-leaders-episode-61/

 

 

  1. My new Favorite Leadership Story

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/my-new-favorite-leadership-story-episode-69/

 

 

 

126-128. Christmas Episodes:

Where do Christmas Traditions Come From,  The 12 Days of Christmas and Epiphany.

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/where-do-christmas-traditions-come-from-episode-126/

 

The Hidden Meaning in the 12 Days of Christmas

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/the-hidden-meaning-in-the-12-days-of-christmas-episode-127/

 

Epiphany and the True Meaning of Christmas

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/epiphany-and-the-true-meaning-of-christmas-episode-128/

 

 

  1. How to Lead Well at Home

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/how-to-lead-well-at-home-episode-145/

 

 

146-148. Leadership and Communication with Kenny Embry

Leadership and Communication Part I

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/leadership-and-communication-%c2%a0part-i-episode-147/

 

Leadership and Communication Part II

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/leadership-and-communication-part-ii-episode-147/

 

Leadership and Communication Part III

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/leadership-and-communication%c2%a0-part-iii-episode-149/

 

153-154. How to Handle Fears with Kirsten Ross Vogel

How to Handle Fears with Kirsten Ross Vogel Part I

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/how-to-handle-fears-with-kirsten-ross-vogel-episode-153/

 

How to Handle Fears with Kirsten Ross Vogel Part II

https://leadersmith.podbean.com/e/how-to-handle-fears-with-kirsten-ross-vogel-part-ii-episode-154/

 

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MAKING GOOD POST-PANDEMIC CHOICES [EPISODE 164]

MAKING GOOD POST-PANDEMIC CHOICES [EPISODE 164]

May 5, 2021

In this short episode, I explain how the pandemic altered our behaviors and how we can make appropriate choices as we move forward.

 

In the episode I referenced Dorie Clark’s Fast Company magazine article: https://www.fastcompany.com/90630073/i-painstakingly-tracked-everything-i-did-for-a-month-heres-what-i-learned?partner=rss&utm_source=rss&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=rss+fastcompany&utm_content=rss

 

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WHY YOU MUST MASTER THE BASICS [EPISODE 163]

WHY YOU MUST MASTER THE BASICS [EPISODE 163]

May 1, 2021

In this short episode, I explain why mastering the basics is the key to long-term success in any endeavor.

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WANT TO START A PODCAST? [EPISODE 162]

WANT TO START A PODCAST? [EPISODE 162]

April 28, 2021

In this episode, Tim Woody and I talk about lessons he learned from starting a Podcast. We talk about how to do it, and our hope is that you will be inspired to start your own.

 

Tim’s podcast is called Leadosophy.

You can find it here:

https://www.leadosophy.com/

 

You can also join his Facebook group here.

https://www.facebook.com/leadosophy

 

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WEST POINT’S CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY [EPISODE 161]

WEST POINT’S CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT STRATEGY [EPISODE 161]

April 24, 2021

In this episode, I discuss the strategy developed at west point to teach character to future officers. They are intentional about inculcating the values of duty, honor, and country and in this episode, I will explain how.

If you wish to look up the character development strategy, you can read it here:

https://www.westpoint.edu/sites/default/files/pdfs/SCPME/CharacterDevelopmentStrategy.pdf

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HOW TO BE MORE PERSUASIVE [EPISODE 160]

HOW TO BE MORE PERSUASIVE [EPISODE 160]

April 21, 2021

In this episode I review a recent Psychology Today article entitled 6 Tools for Persuasion. https://www.psychologytoday.com/us/blog/how-do-life/202104/6-tools-persuasion

I give some context and examples so that you can apply these recommendations to your context.

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NOTABLE QUOTABLES: PETER F. DRUCKER’S MOST PROFOUND THOUGHTS [EPISODE 159]

NOTABLE QUOTABLES: PETER F. DRUCKER’S MOST PROFOUND THOUGHTS [EPISODE 159]

April 17, 2021

In the last episode, I discussed Peter  F. Drucker’s humor and wit. In this episode, I will discuss some of his more profound thoughts.

Drucker wrote 39 books, mostly on management. He is the father of modern Management. You will find great wisdom in just about anything he says.

To find any of the quotes discussed in text so you can use them, click here: https://www.daringerdes.com/peter-f-druckers-most-profou/

If you want more, go back  to the last episodes—Drucker on leadership, Drucker on Management, or Drucker’s Humor and Wit.

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NOTABLE QUOTABLES: PETER F. DRUCKER’S HUMOR AND WIT [EPISODE 158]

NOTABLE QUOTABLES: PETER F. DRUCKER’S HUMOR AND WIT [EPISODE 158]

April 14, 2021

In the last episode, I discussed the best quotes by Peter Drucker on the topic of Management. Before that I discussed his best leadership quotes. In this episode, I will discuss his humor and wit.

Drucker wrote 39 books, mostly on management. He is the father of modern Management. Even in his humor, you will find great wisdom.

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If you want more, go back  to the last episodes—Drucker on leadership and Drucker on Management or the next episode where I review his most profound thoughts.

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NOTABLE QUOTABLES: PETER F. DRUCKER ON MANAGEMENT [EPISODE 157]

NOTABLE QUOTABLES: PETER F. DRUCKER ON MANAGEMENT [EPISODE 157]

April 10, 2021

In the last episode, I discussed the best quotes by Peter Drucker on the topic of leadership.

This episode will review his best quotes on management. Drucker wrote 39 books, mostly on management. He is the father of modern Management. You will find great wisdom packed into this short episode.

To find any of the quotes discussed in text so you can use them, click here: https://www.daringerdes.com/peter-f-drucker-on-management/

If you want more, go back  to the last episode—Drucker on leadership or the next episode where I review his humorous and intriguing quotations.

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NOTABLE QUOTABLES: PETER F. DRUCKER ON LEADERSHIP [EPISODE 156]

NOTABLE QUOTABLES: PETER F. DRUCKER ON LEADERSHIP [EPISODE 156]

April 7, 2021

NOTABLE QUOTABLES: PETER F. DRUCKER ON LEADERSHIP [EPISODE 156]

In this episode, I discuss the best quotes by Peter Drucker on the topic of leadership. Drucker is the father of modern management. He wrote 39 books in his illustrious career and he gave us the vocabulary to think through the topic of management.

This episode will give you a lot of great concepts to mull over.

To find any of the quotes discussed, click here: https://www.daringerdes.com/peter-drucker-on-leadership/

If you want more, go on to the next episode—Drucker on Management.

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HOW TO BUILD A FOLLOWING ON SOCIAL MEDIA [EPISODE 155]

HOW TO BUILD A FOLLOWING ON SOCIAL MEDIA [EPISODE 155]

April 3, 2021

This episode is a little different, but it still relates to leadership. I review an article from Entrepreneur Magazine entitled How I grew my Twitter Following in 30 Days with Just 30 Minutes of Use Each Day. See the article link here.

https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/366635

This is not just for Twitter. The principles apply to all social media. They also apply to all of life.

 

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