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Each week, The Intentional Encourager Podcast shares inspiring, entertaining and enlightening stories of real people, their triumphs, tragedies and a piece of Intentional Encouragement.

Brian Sexton


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    Episode 165 with Marketing Consultant, Speaker and Author Jaris Tucker

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 24, 2021 49:17

    Marketing Consultant, Speaker and Author Jaris Tucker joins this episode and talks about: Not doing things in a traditional sense and creating a positive space. How his book "Nature Flow" came together and using it as an Exit strategy.  The definition of great service and being in the right mindset to give great service. The one thing that immediately makes service levels better.  Being responsible for others and taking care of his whole family.  Getting treated differently as success came his way.  Learning the value of treating people from having strong parents. The stigma of being an entrepreneur when he wasn't seen as one.  The journey of finding his passion. Connect with Jaris on Linkedin; jtucker1consulting@gmail.com and follow the hashtag #thinkersatwork Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/8AMJQgY1JB4

    Episode 164 with the Seed Sower Coach Kirk McCarley

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2021 47:08

     The Seed Sower Coach Kirk McCarley joins this episode and talks about: Doing remote broadcasts with ESPN, behind the scenes of a broadcast and knowing what you can and can't do during a broadcast. The genesis of the Seed Sower Coaching program.  Knowing how to ask good questions. Having the ability to read a situation.  Seeing enough of himself to be inspirational.  Playing Pee Wee basketball and falling in love with stats.  The world going dark during an workout and an ensuing Triple-bypass surgery.  Getting better than he was before.  The richness of connections.  Looking at obstacles as a way to find opportunities.  Connect with Kirk on Linkedin and at www.theseedsowercoach.com  Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/p4YXBb5rMg4

    Episode 163 with the Host of the Beyond The Rut Podcast Jerry Dugan

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 17, 2021 80:29

    The Host of the Beyond The Rut Podcast, Jerry Dugan, joins this episode to talk about: Taking a job against his nature and finding out why.  Clarity in the midst of purpose. His "Joseph Moment." Turning a blog into a podcast and finding podcasting easier than blogging. His first podcast and his Co-Host.  The five circles of life where most people struggle in them.  His parents meeting overseas and having an arranged marriage.  Growing up an Army Brat.  The life-changing moment when he was 11 and the bet involved. His Dad becoming suicidal.  Changing his family's reputation at age 14 and the role his Family Crest played in it.  The 2 weeks that re-defined his career and his time in Iraq. The deal he made with God and the kid that changed his life.  Life being too short to be stuck in a rut. Connect with Jerry at www.beyondtherut.com and on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram @Beyond the Rut Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast Channel on YouTube: https://youtu.be/1y3HDZHpfus

    Episode 162 with Business and Attorney Coach Liz Wendling

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2021 51:32

    Business and Attorney Coach Liz Wendling joins this episode to talk about: Going back to an old behavior. The ability to always land on her feet. Getting pitched in the pandemic. The inspiration of "AHA" moments and a multitude of surprises around connection.  Going wide and not going deep. The analogy of The Eye Doctor. Helping versus Selling. Selling in Kindergarten. Zigging when others were zagging. Her Dad working in a building next to the World Trade Center on September 11, 2001. Stepping into service rather than sorrow. Where she goes and what she does when she doubts. Connect with Liz on Linkedin, Facebook and at www.lizwendling.com Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/oTF5bhEKhcM

    Episode 161 with Co-Founder of the Tea Party and former White House Speech Writer Michael Johns

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 10, 2021 69:20


    Co-Founder of the Tea Party and former White House Speech Writer Michael Johns joins this episode and talks about: The origin, timeline and lack of answers around COVID-19. The historical significance of June 6, 2015. The three issues any Presidential candidate faced entering the Presidency. Growing up in Pennsylvania and its impact on him with the decline of the Steel industry. The vital importance of Natural resources.  The story of conflicting Financial interests. His relationship with President Richard Nixon. A discussion he had in the 1990's around the Economic salvation of the Chinese market. The power of the American people. Connect with Michael on Twitter @michaeljohns and linktr.ee/michaeljohns Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube page:  https://youtu.be/o0duC4oWY-Y


    Episode 160 with the Hosts of the Lead Sell Grow Podcast Eric Konovalov and Harry Spaight

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2021 66:52

    The Hosts of the Lead Sell Grow Podcast Eric Konovalov and Harry Spaight join this episode and talk about: The real competitor for Sales people.  The ideas that have come from COVID. The preparation of customer questions. The repetition of experience.  The difference between a wandering generality and a meaningful specific. Pulling things back a bit. When "Commission Breath" is talking. Eradicating assumptions.  The Waitress Technique. Eric's definition of selling with dignity. Harry's B2B Sales Secrets.  Your past doesn't have to define your future. Connect with Eric and Harry on Linkedin and find the Lead Sell Grow Podcast wherever you get your podcasts. Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/H5md9VWtnVw

    Episode 159 with Leadership Expert and Host of the Woman to Woman Podcast Divya Yerranguntla

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 3, 2021 51:15

    Leadership Expert and the Host of the Woman to Woman Podcast Divya Yerranguntla joins this episode and talks about:  Having the right support system and a plan with milestones. Half of all the work we do is mental.  Looking at the bigger scheme of things. It's okay not to do everything to perfection. The three listener segments of her podcast. The power of building genuine relationships. Her first taste of rejection. The toughest eight months of her life. People reacting from authenticity. Connect with Divya on Linkedin and check out the Woman to Woman Podcast wherever you get podcasts. Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast channel on YouTube: https://youtu.be/AxMlbryvbsU

    Episode 158 with Sports Director, Television Journalist and Broadcaster Keith Morehouse

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 31, 2021 61:04

    Sports Director, Television Journalist and Broadcaster Keith Morehouse joins this episode and talks about:   Understanding the relevance of sports in the News business.  Enjoying telling the stories of other people.  His Dad's career as a Sportscaster. The night of November 14, 1970 and the Marshall plane crash. The phone call his Mom got and the chaos that ensued. The main reason he stayed in Huntington, West Virginia. Becoming the Television voice of the Marshall Thundering Herd 26 years after his father's death as the Radio voice of the Marshall Thundering Herd.  Breaking the story of Randy Moss coming to Marshall.  His Dad never finishing the job and finishing it in his stead. Connect with Keith on Twitter @KeithMorehouse Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/WDks5MlN2eQ      

    Episode 157 with former NFL Offensive Lineman and Founding Partner of S.T.A.T.T Financial Tony Hills

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 27, 2021 56:36

    Former NFL Offensive Lineman and Founding Partner of S.T.A.T.T Financial Tony Hills joins this episode and talks about: The chance encounter at a Super Bowl that changed his business. Protection being a part of his entire life and what great protectors have in common.  The fundamentals and foundation of finances. The calmest place to be in a storm. Breaking down an NFL Game week.  The lingering effects after football and the amount of sacrifice of an NFL player. The word of his early childhood. Always knowing he had purpose and talent. The reason he attended the University of Texas.  His NFL Draft experience.  The one thing he will take from being a Pittsburgh Steeler the rest of his life.  Listening to yourself. Connect with Tony on Linkedin; Instagram @TonytheTycoon  Check out this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/f31XQ6tPaic

    Episode 156 with Transformation Strategist, Conscious Leadership Coach and Host of the Awake and On Purpose Podcast Jennifer Spor

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 24, 2021 51:21

    Transformation Strategist, Conscious Leadership Coach and Host of the Awake and On Purpose Podcast Jennifer Spor joins this episode and talks about: The importance of human connection.  Working with Disrupters and Growth-Driven people. Being Eternal students.  Defining purpose and vision. The reason for pursuing an Online business. The power of Energetic Resonance.  Having clarity in who you serve. Living a less than conventional life and being on her own at 16. Not having to be a victim of circumstance. Losing the challenge lifts the fog.  Her Mom's diagnosis of terminal cancer.  God doesn't put a dream in you that isn't meant to be achieved. Connect with Jennifer on Linkedin, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram and at www.jenniferspor.com Watch this episode on The Intentional Encourager Podcast YouTube Channel: https://youtu.be/b-2aDYNpDPk

    Episode 155 with Speaker and Author of Triumphant Surrender Tony Green

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 20, 2021 51:54

    Speaker and Author of Triumphant Surrender Tony Green joins this episode and talks about: The power of fellowship and talking to people.  Crazy thinking becoming rational. The communities near and dear to his heart. His false Self-identity. The writing process of "Triumphant Surrender." The chapter of the Bible he studied in a Psychiatric ward. Having a performance mentality from childhood and the trauma it caused. Opening the wrong door.  Falling out of favor in his career at Coca-Cola and having an "I'll show you. I'll hurt me" mentality. Changing the way he thought about himself.  Believing bigger and surrendering deeper. Connect with Tony on Facebook and at www.triumphantsurrender.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ivRf-5_VWzY

    Episode 154 with Happiness Life Coach and Foundress of Fast Track to Happiness Gianna Sullivan

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 17, 2021 51:00

    Happiness Life Coach and Foundress of Fast Track to Happiness Gianna Sullivan joins this episode and talks about:  The stress to business.  The misses of the COVID-19 pandemic. The genesis to Fast Track to Happiness and the Divine encounter around it.  The analogy of the painter.  Are you a victim or a victor? The things that trigger a reset. Returning back to God. Entertaining constructive discussion. The heart condition plaguing the United States. Expanding in abundance and love each day through inner happiness. Connect with Gianna at www.fasttracktohappiness.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Ql5_5h0nUV4

    Episode 153 with the Host of the Causing The Effect Podcast Scott Gazzoli

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 13, 2021 67:03

    Another outstanding pod-swap with The Host of the Causing The Effect Podcast Scott Gazzoli who joins this episode to talk about: Taking a break from the rat race of New York City. Having two sisters that are NYC Police officers and a mother who is on the Healthcare frontlines and checking on them daily.  Discovering what worked and what didn't in his life and business.  How it feels to be a native New Yorker now. The women in his life that are tougher than him. Playing High school football, being recruited by many Division 1 schools and suffering a knee injury. The deeper meaning of his podcast and the podcast's three components. The correlation of the consistency of podcasting and football and focusing on the wrong pieces of a podcast.  Lifting others to lift yourself. Thinking his father was in the coffee business but being in another business. Not meeting his paternal Grandfather until three years ago when his grandfather left prison. Living a life opposite his father.  Being the guy who wanted something different.  The fantastic Fall-back plan. Attacking the fear in your life.  Connect with Scott at causingtheeffectpodcast@gmail.com www.causingtheeffectpodcast.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/QfX0RGmUx8M

    Episode 152 with Social Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and Founder of UP Academy Tanya Sheckley

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 10, 2021 66:56

    Social Entrepreneur, Author, Speaker and Founder of UP Academy Tanya Sheckley joins this episode and talks about:  Communication and community.  The guilt of her school being open during COVID when most were not. Staying true to their school's mission.  The inspiration of her oldest daughter and the challenges of finding the right education with her special needs. Finding a different way to be inclusive and do education different.  The 2 ways to start a revolution and the 3 parts of starting their school.  The conversation she'd have with the Education Director of the United States. Selling beer for 10 years and the lessons she learned from it.  Moving along with where the next thing took her.  Becoming like the people she surrounded herself with. Her daughter's birth without normal function, the battles with doctors and nurses around her care and how to advocate for her. Losing her daughter suddenly at age six. The different ways of handling grief and having grace and patience through it.  Trauma changing her brain.  Her daughter's words that became her biggest piece of Intentional encouragement.  Connect with Tanya on Linkedin and Facebook or go to www.upacademysf.org Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/INah_gyZWxU

    Episode 151 with Pastor Pascal Crites

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 6, 2021 75:32

    A walking miracle, Pastor Pascal Crites, pastor of Calvary Tabernacle in Accident, MD, joins this episode and talks about: The challenge of pastoring in the midst of COVID and the moving parts of keeping a church going.  The purpose of preparation and what he learned about it.  The audience of one.  The power of connection and the lesson he learned around it.  The encouragement of his community. Evangelizing versus Pastoring and not making Pastoring a career.  Protecting your family as a Pastor and the people a Pastor cannot afford to lose. Investing in hungry people.  His grandmother's conversion and its impact on him and his cousin. Being awestruck by preaching. The transition he made to Sales, breaking numerous Sales records and ultimately, walking away from it.  The hardest conversation he had with God. The life-changing events of late 2016-2017. A 1% chance of survival and the conversation between his wife and his neurologist. Walking out of the hospital 2 1/2 days after a visit from two men of God. The Lord truly cares.  Connect with Pastor Crites on Facebook through the Calvary Tabernacle Accident MD page or at pastorpascalcrites@gmail.com Watch this powerful episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/KyuZrFyaGf4

    Episode 150 with Entrepreneur Coach Tammy Collins

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 3, 2021 48:10

    Entrepreneur Coach Tammy Collins joins this episode and talks about: The power of being able to thrive. Purchasing a mountain during COVID.  Knowing what needs to be done and how to do that.  Being a massive problem-solver. The definition of the box and the New American Dream. Getting things at any cost.  The definition of Attraction Marketing. Meeting people authentically and interviewing her clients. The Bee sting and the power of the truth. Going back to college while launching her business. Legacy is everything.  The 15 biggest fears she had to overcome. Listening to herself. Connect with Tammy on Linkedin and Facebook or at www.tammylcollins.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/m1h71CjlGCQ

    Episode 149 with Author and CEO of Founders Space Steve Hoffman

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 30, 2021 50:41

    CEO of Founders Space and Author of Surviving a Startup, Make Elephant Fly and The Five Forces, Steve Hoffman, joins this episode and talks about: How his life changed during COVID by not traveling. Moving his business totally online and writing two books.  The energy and excitement of travel being channeled a different way.  Taking the advice he coached entrepreneurs to do. The value in other perspectives.  Working with his wife and the value she brings to their business.  His time in the infancy stage in Interactive Television. The legendary video game company he worked for.  Watching his business lose everything in the Dot.com bust. Connect with Steve at www.foundersspace.com  

    Episode 148 with Carolina Panthers Beat Writer for The Athletic Joe Person

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 27, 2021 46:12

    Longtime friend and Carolina Panthers Beat Writer for The Athletic Joe Person joins this episode and talks about: Covering an NFL team in the midst of COVID-19.  The NFL Owner's meeting that wasn't. The moment he and his oldest daughter shared in his Home office.  Covering a new coach and Quarterback he hadn't met in person. Going on the road for the first time during the 2020 NFL Season and realizing he what he could do going forward to cover games.  The newest Carolina Panthers quarterback and his expectations.  The comparisons of Panthers Offensive Coordinator Joe Brady and his college quarterback, Joe Burrow of the Cincinnati Bengals. His college teammate who is a Hall of Fame Head coach. His first love in High school and why he chose to play football in College. His first job after college and the towns the newspaper business took him.  His parents divorce and how that shaped him.  The power of forgiveness.  Connect with Joe on Twitter @josephperson or to subscribe to The Athletic, go to www.theathletic.com Watch this episode on YouTube:  https://youtu.be/KoXJGZphZR8

    Episode 147 with Certified Emotional Intelligence Specialist Adam Rosensweig

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 2, 2021 51:42

    Certified Emotional Intelligence Specialist Adam Rosensweig joins this episode to talk about: His wife's Heart Attack in late 2019 and recovering from it at the beginning of the COVID-19 pandemic. Fear gripping their family when their son gets sick at the same time as his wife's Medical setbacks. The power of attentiveness and the power of a phone call. Sometimes needing a good cry. The varying definitions of Emotional intelligence.  The Non-verbal ways we verbalize emotions and how to leverage our emotions. The EQI and the alignment with Intentional Encouragement. Emotions are contagious. The life crisis and person who changed his life. Feeling hope for the first time in his life and becoming a better husband, father and person. Working with his father and assuming he'd be a carpenter the rest of his life. Contending with other people's mistakes.  The lack of confidence.  How valuable you are as a person. Connect with Adam on Linkedin or adam@rrd-inc.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/SAPJ4IaT3y4

    Episode 146 with Marketing Strategist Islin Munisteri

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 29, 2021 44:39

    Marketing Strategist Islin Munisteri joins this episode to talk about:  Going to school with her son and having the time to help her kids. The power of getting a nap. The difference of ages and stages. Working from home before most worked from home. Scheduling time to be interactive with people.  The definition of Cutting-Edge Growth marketing. Getting to the root of the Customer problem and onboarding a customer correctly. Being successful in school during her adolescent years and missing things she needed emotionally. Having a massive breakdown at 28 while living in Alaska. Being close to her Dad but having no relationship with her Mom. After finishing a report, being anxious and suicidal and checking in to a Psychiatric hospital. Continuing to work on her anxiety triggers. Taking care of things inside you and getting help if you need help. Connect with Islin on Linkedin or at islin@theiamarketing.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/pv0W6FwlV5w

    Episode 145 with Talent Acquisition Specialist and Colon Cancer Survivor Tabitha Cavanagh

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 25, 2021 55:05

    Talent Acquisition Specialist and Colon Cancer Survivor Tabitha Cavanagh joins this episode to talk about: Her cancer journey teaching her lessons through the COVID-19 pandemic. Living graciously and unapologetically.  Living for the "living it up." One conversation can change the course of your life and the conversation that changed her life.  The reminder to breathe. The things to bring to every conversation and the one thing she wants to bring to business. First discovering Cancer symptoms while pregnant and ignoring them.  Landing in the Emergency room the week of her wedding. Having a polyp that needed removed but needing multiple surgeries, including a six-hour procedure.  Being re-born through chemotherapy and the realization of community.  What happens after cancer.  Doing things now instead of waiting.  Connect to your next career change. Making her own decision to change her outcome. Connect with Tabitha on Linkedin (Tab The Recruiter). Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/GoPxN_CG8dA

    Episode 144 with United States Army Desert Storm Veteran and Founder of Valor Pins and Coins Brent Casey

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 23, 2021 63:49

    United States Army Desert Storm Veteran and Founder of Valor Pins and Coins Brent Casey joins this episode and talks about: Learning how to order groceries online to deliver to family in another state.  Watching National events unfolding in his backyard. The necessity of preparation. The company he founded to honor United States Veterans. The definition of a Challenge Coin and the emotion of designing one. Starting a Non-Profit organization with his brother for his Grandfather, the last-surviving Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient from World War II, Hershel "Woody" Williams. The event that changed his life and the mixed emotions that came with it.  The memory of Desert Storm burned forever in his mind.  His body coming home from war, but not his mind. Not realizing he had Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD), how bad it was and his Grandfather's help for him. The six-week education that gave him his life back.  The power of not giving up and the plethora of resources available for those with PTSD. Connect with Brent on Linkedin and Facebook and go to www.valorpinsandcoins.com to learn more about Challenge Coins. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/uWKjumMs62k

    Episode 143 with the Oldest Surviving Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient Hershel "Woody" Williams

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 21, 2021 61:26

    An incredible first "Live" episode with an American Hero, the Oldest Surviving Congressional Medal of Honor Recipient, Hershel "Woody" Williams. Williams was awarded on October 5, 1945 by President Harry S. Truman.  According to www.woodywilliams.org: "Williams enlisted in the United States Marine Corps and served in the Battle of Iwo Jima with the 21st Marines, 3d Marine Division. During the battle, Mr. Williams displayed “valiant devotion to duty” and service above self as he “enabled his company to reach its objective”. Mr. Williams' actions, commitment to his fellow service members, and heroism were recognized on October 5, 1945, when he received the Congressional Medal of Honor from President Truman at the White House." Williams talks about:  Growing up in Quiet Dell, WV and wishing he could join the military, but was too short.  Getting the chance to enlist and being sent off to war. The Battle of Iwo Jima and the two men who sacrificed their lives for his.  Attacking Japanese pillboxes in the midst of fire fight. His life since that day and his mission to honor families of fallen soldiers.  Visit www.woodywilliams.org to learn more of this amazing man and find out more about The Gold Star Families Memorial Monuments.  Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/46oTwDVX2Y4

    Episode 142 with Sales Leader and Coach Larry Long Jr.

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 15, 2021 49:50

    Sales Leader and Coach Larry Long Jr. joins this episode to talk about:  Looking for the good, great and wonderful.  The value of prioritization. The degree of separation between players in College baseball and Professional baseball.  His toughest conversation with his father. The combination of relationships and experiences.  Thinking he would play Professional baseball.  Being involved at the University of Maryland in more than just sports. Sales is not a Four-letter word.  Being flexible, creative and grounded in your why. Moving around a lot as a kid before settling in Maryland. His Mom's theme sung to him. His Dad being the only one in his family to graduate High school and college. His Dad's advice to him. Being with eight different companies in 10 different positions. Preparing for the moment to help people. Losing the inner greatness within us. Faking the funk. Losing his Dad in 2015 and carrying the baton left to him. Living life with intention. Connect with Larry on Linkedin, Instagram, Facebook, YouTube and Twitter @LarryLongJr Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/zUMW4dRtd7E

    Episode 141 with Linkedin Growth Specialist and Chief Visionary Officer of ShedWool Cory Warfield

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 11, 2021 53:32

    Linkedin Growth Specialist and Chief Visionary Officer of ShedWool Cory Warfield joins this episode to talk about: Everything that happens to us is through the lens of faith. The power of technology.  The variance and challenges of restaurants. Working two Full-time jobs to pay for a Destination wedding. The reasons people should be nicer to Waitstaff. The one thing celebrities treasure. The toast made to him from a celebrity. Overcoming homelessness and eating out of garbage cans. The power of leveraging connections. The real reason Linkedin exists. The power of a compelling headline. Growing up in the Chicago area and becoming suicidal as a teenager. Wanting to be a rapper and entertainer and glorifying violence. Getting hit by his family's new car while in West Virginia and being in a cast for six months. Making money, getting beaten up and robbed and left with nothing. Holding his Mom's hand as she died. Being diagnosed with a Liver disease.  His Dad being his Intentional encourager. Connect with Cory on Linkedin, Instagram and Twitter @Cory_Warfield #CoryConnects and at www.shedwool.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/znwqPZ1-918

    Episode 140 with The Romano Brothers

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 10, 2021 77:52

    Host of The Sports Spectrum Podcast Jason Romano and his brother, Pastor Chris Romano join this episode to talk about:  One of the best gifts Jason got for his sixth birthday. Rooting for different teams and avoiding watching games together. The first Fantasy Sport that became popular. The value of teammates. The impact of records. Jason's trip to Tuscaloosa, Alabama. Winning is the ultimate return on investment. The two types of people in a church and the role of a Pastor. The most frustrating experience of the pandemic and the leadership decision that had to be made. The power of adaptability. The opportunities that come through adversity. Connect with Jason on Linkedin, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter @jasonromano; Connect with Chris on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter @cjromano21 Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Gcrc7JBdTeQ

    Episode 139 with Former College Basketball Coach and Author of Rebound: From Pain to Passion Matt Doherty

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2021 46:45


    Former College Basketball Coach at Notre Dame, North Carolina, SMU and Florida Atlantic and Author of Rebound: From Pain to Passion Matt Doherty joins this episode to talk about: Liking the grind of a season. The difference in messaging during a season than in the Postseason. What he misses in coaching in March Madness. The story of the Notre Dame band. Discovering the need for a book from Executive coaching. Needing someone to hold him accountable. The ease of letting yourself down and reliving the moments that cut deep. Being taught about the importance of the little things. Playing for a College coach that appreciated what he could do. The promise Coach Dean Smith didn't make to him. An energetic kid that showed up to North Carolina named Michael Jordan. The National Championship game in 1981 that almost wasn't. The National Championship game in 1982 people still talk about and the moment in it that stands out to him. We all need encouragers. Having a personal Board of Directors. Connect with Coach Doherty at coachmattdoherty@gmail.com or www.rebound-book.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Twnnwh64DH8


    Episode 138 with Speaker, Author and TEDx Speaker Dave Sanderson

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 7, 2021 46:24

    Speaker, Author and TEDx Speaker Dave Sanderson joins this episode to talk about:  Ways to grow out of things and Post Traumatic Growth Syndrome. The pandemic and a plane crash. Practicing staying in front of people. The startling reactions of phone calls.  The definition of a Distinct Advantage. Focusing on your PITTCHE. Having to swim to save his life. Him not supposed to be on the "Miracle on the Hudson" flight. The connection to the number 15.  What the moment's like when you believe you're going to die. Knowing what was happening even in the midst of chaos. Being the only person on the plane with leverage. The longest 10-yard swim of his life and why he now wears glasses. The meaning of "We attack life." Connect with Dave on Linkedin and at www.davesandersonspeaks.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/uOpVC63VTaY

    Episode 137 with Author, Speaker, Coach and Host of the Quarterback DadCast Casey Jacox

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 4, 2021 59:42

    Author, Speaker, Coach and Host of the Quarterback DadCast Casey Jacox joins this episode to talk about:  Being a naïve optimist. Bringing people together with great questions. The two appreciation questions he asked his family.  The definition of Leadership. His book hitting him about nine years ago. Following up with customers after losing them to competitors. Writing for four months straight after leaving his company. The best editor he had, he didn't pay. The % of Cerebral activities to play Quarterback. Almost not getting to play College football. Breaking his foot in four places in High school and figuring out a way to be a part of the team. 18 Summers to make an impact on our kids. The gift of speaking truth to people.  Using his first paycheck to build a tire swing to throw footballs through. Being intentional about everything. Playing with an NFL QB what people don't realize about playing QB at any level. Being inspired by humility.  The biggest deal in his company's history becoming the biggest disaster in the company's history. The constant hope that we can do great things. Being totally honest with yourself. Connect with Casey on Linkedin; www.caseyjacox.com and check out the Quarterback DadCast wherever you get podcasts. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/XGuhtKe0mxg

    Episode 136 with former Heavyweight Pro Boxer, Competitive Chess Player and Author Ed Latimore

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 3, 2021 51:15

    Heavyweight Pro Boxer, Competitive Chess Player and Author Ed Latimore joins this episode to talk about:  Being in control of your emotions regardless of the turbulence of the world. Stoic street smarts. Understanding the Human motivations and understanding the Human in front of you. Most people aren't as logical as they appear. The low-hanging fruit in conversation. The Litmus test of a conversation and the intention of conversation. Removing arguments from your life. The quote he posted on Twitter and where it came from. The hard work of an addict. Getting control of your dark side. Understanding how your brain works. The guy who changed his opinion of talent. Being born in a Single-parent home in a Public housing project. Boxing at 22, realizing what it would take to go professional and turning Pro at 28. Alcoholism hampering his development and judgement. His second birthday. Years of doing things he shouldn't have done. The most important thing to have. Connect with Ed on Twitter @edlatimore, Linkedin, Instagram and www.edlatimore.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/VNbH2qQOl30

    Episode 135 with Interim President at EnableU Silvia Li

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 2, 2021 55:01

    Interim President at EnableU Silvia Li joins this episode to talk about: Practicing grace personally and professionally. Thinking carefully about how to show up for others. Each person is like a fruit. People don't know what they don't know. Finding the right internal balance. Stepping into others shoes. How to be "brain-ready" to meet people and add value. Dragging people along instead of inviting them along. Learning how to meet people on their journey from her Dad's business philosophy. Thinking about adaptation after immigrating to the United States at 10. Moving to Hawaii before leaving for Cincinnati, Ohio. Building resilience and agility. Her Dad believing where they lived was a Divine plan. Seeing the joy her Dad had interacting with people. The challenge to staying true to her path.  Staying in an Abundance mindset. Connect with Silvia on Linkedin and at www.enableu.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/BJadgmhnsJ0

    Episode 134 with Entrepreneur Justin Martin

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 1, 2021 45:41


    Entrepreneur Justin Martin joins this episode to talk about:  Finding different ways to bring in revenue. The power of Word-of-Mouth advertising. The advice he'd give his business if he could step back one year. Not being able to please everyone. Growing up with another guest of The Intentional Encourager Podcast. A conversation about "Money Twitter." How a coffee mug changed his financial future. Raising money for needy families. The vast and various ways to make money. Deciding in College he'd rather make money than study. A baseball tournament in Cooperstown, New York that changed his life.  The impact, influence and encouragement of his parents. The stranglehold of debt through a failed relationship. The power of being Debt-free. Connect with Justin on Twitter @jmar1357, Instagram and Facebook. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/GXlH0IwbQQw


    Episode 133 with Sales Influencer and Host of the What Is Your Legacy Podcast Galem Girmay

    Play Episode Listen Later May 31, 2021 58:10

    Sales Influencer and Host of the What Is Your Legacy Podcast Galem Girmay joins this episode to talk about: Seeking excitement and exploring new places.  What Culture shock truly means. How an International move works and the emotional journey involved. Being intentional about Self-care. The power of helping other people. Preparing yourself for what's ahead.  The correlation of connection and a puzzle. Wanting to be the person she wishes she had earlier in life. The intentionality of legacy. The shift of perspective and understanding more people. Born and raised in Sweden and living with a Foster family until 18. The middle child of five, being close to her Dad and him ending up in jail, never to see him again.  Desiring excitement being why she moved to the United States. People are the same everywhere.  Getting sober five years ago and staying true to herself. The power of unsubscribing. Connect with Galem on Linkedin; Twitter @GalemGirmay and igirmay1@babson.edu Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/BJNTA3ldr5I

    Episode 132 with International Sales Trainer, Author and Podcast Host Mark Hunter

    Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 51:44

    International Sales Trainer, Author and Podcast Host Mark Hunter joins this episode to talk about:  The ability to get focused in chunks.  The power of boundaries and discipline.  Celebrating moments personally that helps us professionally.  The 3-Second pause. The real definition of value. The definition of a Salesperson and Leadership are the same. The main goal to selling and the two things Salespeople have. The correlation of baseball and Sales. Being careful who mentors you. Being a College Disc jockey to overcome stuttering. Too many Speeding tickets leading to his career in Sales. "Commission Breath" costing him Sales jobs. A conversation and a mirror turning his career around. The book he would have put in his Company car. Leaving Corporate America to start his Sales training company. The simple goal of life and Sales. Connect with Mark on Linkedin and Facebook or www.thesaleshunter.com Watch this episode on YouTube: 

    Episode 131 with Co-Founder of Unlimited Life Concepts and Financial Coach Nate Dean

    Play Episode Listen Later May 27, 2021 48:53


    Co-Founder of Unlimited Life Concepts and Financial Coach Nate Dean joins this episode to talk about:  People hitting uncharted territories with their finances. The reasons he's purposeful about investments. The basic education about finance and the discouragement of finance. The non-conventional approach to investing and the biggest paradigm shift moving from the conventional to the non-conventional. The Ben Franklin quote on wealth. The microwave mentality of society.  Getting blocked on Twitter by Dave Ramsey. The book that changed his life. Reconnecting with his business partner years after High school. A podcast that changed his mindset. Growing up singing and getting a Choir scholarship to college.  Losing his best friend and father to cancer.  Your circumstances can't dictate your life.  Connect with Nate on Twitter @ChroniclesofNate; @ulcmoney on Instagram and www.unlimitedlifeconcepts.com  Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/9-oShSzfTLE


    Episode 130 with Creator of The Genius Path and Podcast Host Steve Bonenberger

    Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2021 54:20

    Creator of The Genius Path and Podcast Host Steve Bonenberger joins this episode to talk about:  Working with broken people.  The gift of time to create The Genius Path. Being a fan of the Human spirit. The common denominator of broken people and theory of care.  The Brain Gap Theory Model and the "Swoosh Moment." Understanding the concept of cohesion. The transformation of the mind.  How leaders effectively work with broken people. Having stories come to him as a boy and reading 10,000 books in his lifetime. Pastoring at 19 and loving the New Testament Church. Feeling responsible for conflict in the church.  Discovering genius being personal, being inside of everyone and intrinsic to us all.  Pay attention to you. Connect with Steve on Linkedin; Twitter @proftribute and proftribute@gmail.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/3rAtV4sG2Pw

    Episode 129 with Sales Coaches and International Entrepreneurs Brittany Baldwin and David Masover

    Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2021 39:54

    Sales Coaches and International Entrepreneurs Brittany Baldwin and David Masover joins this episode to talk about:  The tests people have gone through collectively and finding ways to pivot. The challenge of pushing products versus providing value. Forgetting the human connectivity in Sales.  Remembering who to go to market with and understanding perspective. Why entrepreneurs don't want to be considered Salespeople. Understanding the roles Sales people play in a company. Liking systems, order and processes. Studying the craft and working to successful execution. Being true in what you do and what you offer. Connect with Brittany on Linkedin and at www.ticktocksales.com.au and with David at www.davidmasover.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/25fUHhelzGs

    Episode 128 with Co-Host of Thursday Night Sales and Founder of Avenue Talent Partners Amy Volas

    Play Episode Listen Later May 24, 2021 51:55

    Co-Host of Thursday Night Sales and Founder of Avenue Talent Partners Amy Volas joins this episode to talk about:  The last year being a whirlwind and the one thing that goes on hold and comes back in a downturn. A quality-first mindset. Having a firmly-planted why. The beauty that happens in the face of adversity. Being reminded that she's been through worse.  Being an underdog most of her career. The one thing that action requires.  Why "why" is so hard to ask. The true definition of recruiting.  Her parents divorcing when she was four and how she learned to deal with things.  Spending a lot of time with her grandparents and their impact on her life.  Being the only kids in her school with divorced parents.  Learning the power of work as a coping mechanism. Never thinking she'd get married, yet meeting her husband and getting married three weeks later.  Her advice to her younger self. Life is a puzzle that correlates.  The clarity of boundaries.  Connect with Amy on Linkedin; www.avenuetalentpartners.com; www.thursdaynightsales.com  Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/3bKOYWys3ZQ

    Episode 127 with Pharmacist, Business Owner and Host of The Business of Pharmacy Podcast Mike Koelzer

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 61:56

    Pharmacist, Business Owner and Host of The Business of Pharmacy Podcast Mike Koelzer joins this episode to talk about:  The worst thing to happen to most people but the best thing to happen to business. Being in a 75-year old family business. Focusing on different goals while also focusing on a singular goal.  Pride not standing in the way of people. Competition creating iteration. Losing money of 10% of prescriptions and the solution of converting to a Generic-Only pharmacy. The value of procrastination and the options that surfaced. Taking his expertise from locally to nationally. Attending a Catholic seminary for a year.  The one business question he'd ask his father and grandfather.  The best thing government can do.  The biggest reason he's in business and becoming who he is. Connect with Mike on Linkedin. Check out The Business of Pharmacy Podcast wherever you get podcasts. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/77YO2Nailak

    Episode126 with Media Marketing Strategist and the Host of the Better Call Daddy Podcast Reena Friedman Watts

    Play Episode Listen Later May 20, 2021 49:08

    Media Marketing Strategist and the Host of the Better Call Daddy Podcast Reena Friedman Watts joins this episode to talk about: Finding balance during COVID from having to take a step back. Getting rid of things that were seemingly unimportant.  Giving too much to clients and not enough to family. Always calling her Dad and asking him for advice.  The television show that inspired her podcast title. The greatest joy of doing a podcast with her Dad.  Not getting into a Performing Arts High school and her Dad stepping in. Finding her passion was broadcasting while in college. Interning on The Jerry Springer Show. Moving to VH-1 and understanding how to ride on the coat tails of giants.  The danger of working with some people.  Connect with Reena on Linkedin, Facebook and Twitter @reenareena and check out the Better Call Daddy Podcast wherever you get podcasts.  Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/MlffPplaWuM

    Episode 125 with Dale Carnegie Sales Trainer Laura Jones

    Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2021 52:56


    Dale Carnegie Sales Trainer and longtime friend Laura Jones joins this episode to talk about:  Being an extroverted introvert. Making steps toward goals and realizing them. Being at a crossroads from leaving a great place to chase her dreams. The power of working hard and playing hard. Filtering out the negativity when delivering messages. "To be unclear is to be unkind." Her journey to college at Auburn University.  The Senior leadership project she worked on at Auburn she still uses today. A relationship with a Nashville musician challenged her to find her passion and ended the relationship to help her find it. The advice she follows every day. Connect with Laura on Linkedin and Facebook. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/DZXRpUFCYEY


    Episode 124 with Host of An Unexpected Launch Podcast Kirsten Duncan

    Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2021 51:53

    The Host of An Unexpected Launch Podcast Kirsten Duncan joins this episode to talk about:  Getting energy from interactions. The best time to end a meeting.  Being intentional with your time.  Turning off things to turn on your mind.  Showcasing the stories of others and looking for stories she resonates with.  The encouragement of listening to a podcast.  Feeling isolated in traumatic situations. Having suspicions about her Ex-husband's sexuality but loving the life they had.  The lack of control in the moment. Getting a call at 4:30 AM on the East coast that her son was in an accident on the West coast and the survival mechanism that kicked in within her.  Taking things one moment at a time.  Her son going to High school the day after being released from the hospital. Never losing hope. Connect with Kirsten on Linkedin or kirsten.duncan@comcast.net and check out An Unexpected Launch Podcast wherever you get podcasts. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/RbV80yk_H0s

    Episode 123 with Entrepreneur, Author and Host of the Winning at Business and Life Podcast Professor Pete Alexander

    Play Episode Listen Later May 17, 2021 46:45

    Entrepreneur, Author and Host of the Winning at Business and Life Podcast Professor Pete Alexander joins this episode to talk about:  The internalization that professional coaches have.  The greatest trait of Leadership. Defining a person's top Personal values. The LIGHTEN Stress Management model and where stress happens most.  How one's formative years affect their adult years.  The place where real change happens.  Missing out on being a kid, Stress raising its ugly head in his Mid-40's due to his parents' health issues and his own business and family issues. How clarity goes by the wayside when one is over stressed. Being one hour from coma due to extreme dehydration. Trading health for anything is a bad trade.  Connect with Professor Pete on Linkedin or www.petealexander.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/rR0DeI4ag1s

    Episode 122 with Product Marketing Expert and Host of Discover Your Own Self (DYOS) Reggie Waterman

    Play Episode Listen Later May 14, 2021 54:43

    Product Marketing Expert and Host of Discover Your Own Self (DYOS) Reggie Waterman joins this episode to talk about: The power of connection and Linkedin magic.  What truly happens after a post.  The thing that slows down most First-time authors. The last opportunity to make an impression. The hesitation of posting content. Avoiding being POOR. Investing the time to find your Superpowers. The correlation of a Personal brand and a Conventional brand. Filtering out dreams from realities. Being scared to fail and be themselves. Being the odd person out in his school as the only Black person. Observing the dynamics of people. Fathering a son at 21 and shaping his mindset to support him. Life coming at him in 2's. The first time being a job and navigating through it. Discovering hidden talents and developing products. Embrace the imperfections. Connect with Reggie on Linkedin and waterman.reggie@gmail.com Watch this Episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/nLAYARiafzc

    Episode 121 with Former Apple CFO and Transformational Coach Rusty Gaillard

    Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 54:53

    Former Apple CFO and Transformational Coach Rusty Gaillard joins this episode to talk about:  The scariest thing about ambitious people. The 3 ways to the path of success.  More to life than a "Nose to the Grindstone" mentality and getting stuck in the grindstone. The expectation and badge of honor of working long hours.  The notion of an internal operating system and finding the right time and place to upgrade it. Your inner technology. The difference between a huge step up and a huge step down.  In new situations, our brains check straight to the risks. Growing up where everything looked good on the outside but sucked on the inside. Building a support network after his divorce. Thinking he was a person who never got angry. The moment he felt whole and having nothing left he hadn't told anyone. Moving to Apple in 2005 and the wisdom of Steve Jobs. Being a part of the launch of the iPhone. Achieving more than you think you can. Connect with Rusty on Linkedin or at www.svdreambuilders.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZBUKYTpsGjY

    Episode 120 with Growth Mindset Coach Simon Parsons

    Play Episode Listen Later May 12, 2021 48:31

    Growth Mindset Coach Simon Parsons joins this episodes to talk about: The difference between thrive and survive. Abundance versus Scarcity mindset.  The definition of fear and the % of fear that manifest. The definition of #fullsend. Where the damage occurs in taking risks. The perfect example of Tribalism and caring about what others think.  What you get when you're authentic. Finding the childlike version of yourself. Walking to school in High School and wondering what life would be like. Finding out people are all the same. Having a path of ups and downs and getting dialed into the right mindset. Being $100K in debt and turning around in less than a year. Not accepting going bankrupt and creating a business that erased the debt. The #1 regret of the dying. Connect with Simon on LInkedin and Instagram @simonparsons76 or www.simonparsons.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/bevGUfuU8jg

    Episose 119 with Australian Leadership Coach and Founder of Leadership by Design Pushpa Vaghela

    Play Episode Listen Later May 11, 2021 52:34


    Australian Leadership Coach and Founder of Leadership by Design Pushpa Vaghela joins this episode to talk about: The profound events of the last year.  Seeing anxiety, fear and depression around her and offering help.  Building relationships through trying circumstances. Coming from a place of empathy and understanding. Working with the Tony Robbins organization. Her mother teaching her leadership from an early age.  The five decisions involved in her business. Looking after her family as a child after her Mom died and her father's depression from it. Having to leave school to work and finding the love of her life. Finding her business mind through a trying time in their own business. Learning saving her after losing her husband. Knowing she's here for a purpose. Your intent is your biggest encouragement. Connect with Pushpa on Linkedin or at info@leadershipbydesign.com.au Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/bxkNcKaNvI4


    Episode 118 with Linkedin Connection Expert and Founder of Leverage Up LLC Deanna Russo

    Play Episode Listen Later May 10, 2021 62:02

    Linkedin Connection Expert and Founder of Leverage Up LLC Deanna Russo joins this episode to talk about: How connection really works.  Getting to know people offline as well as online.  The intimidation factor.  A false expectation of who people really are. The two ways ways to decide to connect.  The power of leveraging up. Realizing Linkedin was more about connection and engagement. Times you have to disconnect. Knowing your ideal connections. The events of March 6, 1998 and the words her sister said to her in their last conversation. Her sister killed instantly in a car accident with a drunk driver. The drunk driver stopped by the police five hours previous. Speaking out against drunk driving and helping people who've walked similar roads. Her parents being the strongest people she's ever known. What the world missed by her sister not being in it. Ignoring people who tell you to "get over it." Connect with Deanna on Linkedin and at www.leverageupllc.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/a70-cea8Aa4

    Episode 117 with Personal and Leadership Development Coaches Sherri McManus and Lou Everett

    Play Episode Listen Later May 7, 2021 59:42

    Personal and Leadership Development Coaches Sherri McManus and Lou Everett join this episode to discuss: Being born for this moment in time.  Leaning in to coaching. Giving value to others and finding more ways to give.  Proactively reaching out to their coaches and mentors.  Aligning yourself with the right people.  Feeling it to be sinful not to share information. Leading out of confusion and into clarity. The power of impact on change and being intentional about it.  Starting their company in 2018 and leaving Corporate America.  The life event of August 13, 2018 that changed their trajectory. The rare disease that caused Sherri to burn from the inside out. Finding the root cause of Sherri's illness and the newfound purpose that emerged from it.  There's no such thing as a straight line to the top. Connect with Sherri and Lou on Linkedin or go to www.loueverettgroup.com Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/JU4jq7Uxa8Q

    Episode 116 with Speaker, Coach, Best-Selling Author and Podcast Host Matt Crump

    Play Episode Listen Later May 6, 2021 56:04

    Speaker, Coach, Best-Selling Author and Podcast Host Matt Crump joins this episode to talk about:  Seeing doubt and fear most often in his community.  The selflessness of service.  Volunteer versus Servanteer.  The thing missing most in Leadership. His battle with cancer and the impetus for writing his book. Overcoming a bleeding brain tumor and having 24-48 hours to live. God putting him at the right place at the right time.  Growing his beard due to losing his hair and a symbol of his cancer fight. A nurse at Duke University Medical Center praying with him and became a daughter to him. Ministering to her family and the bracelet she wore when killed in a car accident. One of the toughest questions we ask in the midst of sorrow.  Joining the Army out of High School and getting on the path to being a drug and alcohol addict.  Being on Guard duty with a Christian and former drug abuser. Seeing a sky in the desert.  Having an insatiable appetite for the Bible after giving his life to Jesus. The power of the sparrow. Connect with Matt on Facebook and Linkedin and watch his Hope Revealed broadcast. Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/xPbq4D8VKLQ

    Episode 115 with Author, Minister and Host of the Delivering Dunamis Podcast Matthew Deibler

    Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2021 77:08

    Author, Minister and Host of the Delivering Dunamis Podcast Matthew Deibler joins this episode to talk about: Creating more clarity and truly understanding priorities. The great revival coming from the pandemic. Spending lots of time outside. Beginning each day at prayer and exercise. The transition from darkness to light and the encounters with Satan that led him to write his book. Beginning to blog in 2011 and sharing his Mental health issues. Stepping forward in faith and not having to figure it all out. Adapting behaviors as a child to accommodate OCD thoughts and hide them externally.  Using football to escape in High School and dreaming of playing at the Division 1 level. Getting overwhelmed in Junior College, quitting football and feeling his let his father down.  Experimenting with drugs that leading to one of the worst nights of his life. Betting on a Women's soccer game, losing his temper at the results and smashing his TV. A man intervening in his life and repeating something he said in his apartment.  Asking God to forgive him and turning his life around. Inching his way out of captivity. Connect with Matthew on Linkedin and Facebook; www.lamponthestand.com and Lamp on the Stand Ministry on Facebook Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ReRHi6z9InE  

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