Are your ideas for teaching realistic? There is a lot to improve upon in the ways that yoga is currently offered. However, idealistic visions will eventually run into real world circumstances. In this on air coaching call, we explore Nev's vision for teaching and brainstorm ways to reconcile the essence of it with what is sustainable given her circumstances. Episode Highlights: Ideas for teaching yoga in a format that is deeper and more authentic than the usual drop in class format. The pros and cons of having a physical space to teach out of and considerations for renting vs buying. Qualities of sustainable micro-studios. How to reconcile your vision for teaching with the circumstances of your life. How to determine the financial viability of your yoga business idea. How to begin bringing your vision to life using a minimum viable offer. Links & Resources: Follow YTR on Instagram @yoga.teacher.resource Join the Yoga Teacher Resource email list Join the Yoga Teacher Resource Facebook Group Learn more about the Impact Club Leave a review on iTunes Ask a question for the podcast
As we're celebrating the 500th episode of this podcast, we invited another remarkable guest that will prove real wealth and financial freedom is achievable in real estate. Listen to Rich Fettke in this amazing interview as he talks about how mindset and perspective can change people's lives in the business, his success in building a large and strong networking group, and how you can create the life you deserve. Continue getting value from this show, and stay tuned!Key Takeaways to Listen forThe process of dealing with fears that hold people back from achieving their goalsReal Wealth Network: How it started, its meaning, and value in the real estate businessWhy it's important to focus on improving the other areas of your lifeWhat makes real estate a great investment vehicle for financial freedomHow powerful is mindset shift on your investment successPositive impacts of real estate investing on personal development Resources Mentioned in This EpisodeThe Wise Investor by Rich Fettke | Hardcover & AudiobookExtreme Success by Rich Fettke | PaperbackFree Apartment Syndication Due Diligence Checklist for Passive Investor About Rich FettkeRich Fettke is the author of The Wise Investor: a modern parable about creating financial freedom and living your best life. He is a licensed real estate broker, active investor, and co-founder of RealWealth, a real estate investment group that helps its 60,000+ members improve their financial intelligence, secure passive income, and obtain financial freedom. He's also the author of Extreme Success (Simon & Schuster, 2002) and the audio program, Momentum. A pioneer in the field of business and personal coaching, Rich is a former vice president of the International Coach Federation (ICF) and holds one of the ICF's first Master Certified Coach credentials. Rich's work has been featured on TV, radio, and in print including USA Today, Entrepreneur Magazine, and The Wall Street Journal. A passionate adventure athlete, Rich lives in Malibu, California, with his wife Kathy, where they invest, work, and play together.Connect with RichWebsite: RealWealthFacebook: Rich FettkeLinkedIn: Rich FettkeInstagram: @richfettkeConnect With UsPlease visit our website: www.bonavestcapital.com and please click here, to leave a rating and review!SponsorsGrow Your Show, LLCThinking About Creating and Growing Your Own Podcast But Not Sure Where To Start?Visit GrowYourShow.com and Schedule a call with Adam A. Adams.
This week's question is a goody. EvilFern asked:Qualities you look for in people when assembling a team? Thinking more in terms of business/management. Have a question for us? Hit us up on social media and use the hashtag #onegoodquestion. If your question is picked, you'll get something special from us!Join our Discord for free! https://discord.com/invite/XVvJ5eNzdqCheck out our gym (Third Street Barbell) at ThirdStreetBarbell.com and subscribe for updates about our apparel line at 3sb.co! Local memberships and international fresh fits! Get early access to our NEXT DROP!Check out our podcast website: 50percentfacts.com50% Facts is a Spreaker Prime podcast on OCN – the Obscure Celebrity Network.____Hosted by Mike Farr (@silentmikke) and Jim McDonald (@thejimmcd).Produced by Jim McDonaldProduction assistance by Sam McDonald.Theme by Aaron Moore.Branding by Joseph Manzo (@jmanzo523)
A forensic nurse is a Registered or Advanced Practice Nurse with specific training and education. They specialize in caring for patients who experienced acute and long-term health issues related to victimization or violence and have unmet evidentiary needs relative to having been victimized or accused of victimization. Besides these skills, forensic nurses can also provide testimony and consultation for criminal or civil proceedings. In their evolving role, many viewed forensic nursing as a unique area of the nursing field. However, forensic nursing care is not separate and distinct from other forms of medical care but rather integrated into the overall care needs of individual patients. In this Cup of Nurses episode, we welcome our guest Debra Holbrook. She is the Director of Forensic Nursing at Mercy Medical Center in Baltimore and helps coordinate care for interpersonal violence victims in all Baltimore City hospitals. And if forensic nursing is something you have in mind, then this episode is for you. Join us as we discuss another informative topic that will surely ignite your passion for forensic nursing with your favorite, Cup of Nurses!☕☕ Planning to be a forensic nurse? Check out the Academy of Forensic Nursing at https://www.goafn.org/. Academy of Forensic Nursing is a fantastic resource for nurses interested in free seminars on various forensic and trauma topics. #crimes #patientcare #forensics (Timestamps) 00:00 Introduction 01:19 About the guest 08:45 What are the flaws of our healthcare system 13:31 What is an asylum case 15:00 Where is the funding coming from 16:43 Qualities of a forensic nurse 18:48 Forensic nursing myth 21:34 Reasons why victims are not reporting the crime 24:10 The first thing a forensic nurse should do when dealing with a victim 26:58 Very brutal and degrading crimes 29:41 Advanced technology that helps solving crimes 32:41 Alternate Light Source :36:49 What's next for Debb? 38:12 Reasons why heinous crime exist 44:22 Keeping work and life balanced 47:27 Wrapping up the episode Cup of Nurses: https://fanlink.to/CONsite Frontline Warriors: https://fanlink.to/FWsite Apple https://fanlink.to/Applepodcast Spotify https://fanlink.to/Spotifypodcast Cup of Nurses Store https://fanlink.to/CONshop Frontline Warriors store https://fanlink.to/FWshop Interested in Travel Nursing? https://fanlink.to/TravelNurseNow Free Travel Nursing Guide https://fanlink.to/Travelnursingchecklist Nclex Guide https://fanlink.to/NCLEXguide Cup of Nurses FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/cupofnurses Frontline Warriors FB group https://fanlink.to/FWFBgroup
Brought to You by Perform Better The Hiuge Summer Sale is On! Click here for more info. Highlights of Special Episode 340.5 Vince Gabriele, owner of Gabriele Fitness and founder of Fitness Business University and Kiss Marketing "6 Qualities of A-Player team Members with Vince Gabriele" We spoke about: Accountability- do they take 100% responsibility for where they are? Commitment- Will they be committed to your mission and journey? Coachable- will they agree to coaching and criticism? Shared values- are they aligned with your core values High Standards- do they have pride in their work and what they do? The Right Skills- do they have the skills to step right into the job? How to attract A-Players Much More! Test Vince's NEW Coaching Program...60 Days For $1 Partner Offer from AG1 by Athletic Greens Subscribe and get a 1 year supply of Vitamin D, 5 Travel packs and 20% off Thanks for Listening!
Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dr. Claudia Sotillo who is the Associate Program Director for the Tufts Medical Center anesthesiology residency program. Today, Dr. Sotillo shares her experience exploring and pursuing the field of anesthesia and how you can do the same. [01:10] Introducing Dr. Claudia Sotillo [08:09] Why Anesthesiology? [14:52] Qualities of a Great Anesthesiology Applicant [17:34] How to Get Exposure to Anesthesiology [24:44] What Dr. Sotillo Would Change About Healthcare [27:02] Dr. Sotillo's Advice to Pre-meds and Medical Students Full show notes
Tonight's topic, JR discusses 3 Qualities of The Perfect Vagina. Also, in the question of the night segment, What Do Men Find Better than Sex "?" #anchor #spotify #perfectvagina #googlepodcasts #whenhespeakserotica *Thank you so much for listening! If you enjoy the podcast, please rate it 5 STARS on Apple Podcast! Keep listening, like, and share! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
A rapid response nurse or team provides critical care expertise to patients with imminent clinical deterioration. They are trained to act quickly and provide the needed treatment before a patient is transferred to the ICU, goes into cardiac arrest, or death. And if this is the kind of nursing field you are interested in working, this episode is for you. Join us as we welcome our guest, Sarah Lorenzini, a Rapid Response Nurse, educator, and podcast host who teaches nurses how to respond to emergencies. She will give us an overview of rapid response nursing and the importance of working effectively under pressure. So, grab your favorite drink, sit back, share this video, and let's learn together in another fantastic episode of your favorite, Cup of Nurses! ☕☕ #emergency #nursing #criticalthinking 00:00 Introduction 01:47 About the Guest 04:55 Qualities of a Rapid Response Nurse 07:34 ER vs ICU 10:34 What does a Rapid Response Nurse shift look like? 14:56 What nurse should do and know when having a patient 20:50 The dynamics of taking care of the patient 23:12 What does a Rapid Response Team compose of? 26:54 What nurses should know before calling the rapid team 31:42 How to overcome stress and panic in an emergency 41:20 How to be confident and How to help build confidence to others 48:40 Magnet-status hospitals 50:07 Course for Rapid Response 54:16 Wrapping up the episode Cup of Nurses: https://fanlink.to/CONsite Frontline Warriors: https://fanlink.to/FWsite Apple https://fanlink.to/Applepodcast Spotify https://fanlink.to/Spotifypodcast Cup of Nurses Store https://fanlink.to/CONshop Frontline Warriors store https://fanlink.to/FWshop Interested in Travel Nursing? https://fanlink.to/TravelNurseNow Free Travel Nursing Guide https://fanlink.to/Travelnursingchecklist Nclex Guide https://fanlink.to/NCLEXguide Cup of Nurses FB Group https://www.facebook.com/groups/cupofnurses Frontline Warriors FB group https://fanlink.to/FWFBgroup
Are you wondering if you would make a good treasurer for your organization? Or are you looking for an ideal candidate? In this episode, Cyndi discusses the qualities she feels it's important for your next treasurer to possess. MoneyMinder has been supporting volunteer-run nonprofit treasurers for nearly two decades. Cyndi helps treasurers navigate this territory as a lifetime volunteer herself, whether they are new to the role or seasoned veterans. Click here for a transcript of this podcast.
Today I'm talking to Vanessa Stabile, the Chief Administrative Officer of ONE Sotheby's International Realty, the leading luxury real estate brokerage firm throughout Florida's east coast and top 5 firm in all of Sotheby's International Realty. Before ONE, Vanessa worked for several of South Florida's most respected developers leading the sales and marketing initiatives for multiple pre-construction high rises. Her involvement in this highly competitive field connected her to real estate associates from all over the world and gave her a deep understanding for what support they need to grow their business and market themselves effectively.This lead her to her career with ONE Sotheby's International Realty which began at ONE's early inception. Vanessa joined as Director of International Sales in 2009 and worked her way up the ranks. As VP of Marketing and Operations, Vanessa grew the firm's record-breaking Development Division which now represents over 20 developments totaling over $3B in inventory, including Miami's most iconic tower, One Thousand Museum by Zaha Hadid Architects. Vanessa and I talk about, How to Lead, Grow and Get Results.Podcast Notes -0:00 - Vanessa Stabile: How to Lead, Grow & Get Results5:20 - Vanessa's background and journey in Real Estate development9:17 - Her unique view on Real Estate business11:49 - Challenges and Strategies for success with demanding clients19:19 - Qualities of excellent leadership24:08 - Vanessa's biggest obstacle, lessons learned and priorities as a leader30:48 - What makes One Sotheby International Realty unique and special33:48 - Common qualities of successful real estate agents34:46 - Vanessa's recommended real estate book36:53 - Vanessa Stabile's final messagePeople/ Resources Mentioned - Mayi de la VegaONE Sotheby's International RealtyChris VossDale CarnegieDaniel de la VegaBook-How to Win Friends and Influence People: Updated For the Next Generation of Leaders Quote-“Always be kind & empathetic. People are always going to remember how you treat them and how you make them feel.”Jere interviews the world's most renowned and best real estate agents around the country and the world.These outstanding Agents tell their stories, how they got into the business, and what has made them successful in one of the oldest and most competitive industries.All of this on the “Jere Metcalf Podcast, Top Real Estate Agents tell how they do it.”www.JereMetcalfPodcast.comPowered byJere Metcalf Partners404.firstname.lastname@example.orgJeremetcalfpartners.com
Leadership Elements, Qualities and Choices. The host for this show is Chuck Crumpton. The guests are Benjamin Davis, Vernellia Randall and Doug Chin. Key qualities, elements, traits and challenges of leaders in these times. The ThinkTech YouTube Playlist for this show is https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLQpkwcNJny6l97L9SHRP40PaPAEyZaWsL Please visit our ThinkTech website at https://thinktechhawaii.com and see our Think Tech Advisories at https://thinktechadvisories.blogspot.com.
Passion is the fuel that drives us to do what we love. Without it, we can get stuck in a routine that doesn't fulfil us. If you have a passion, purpose, or goal committed to achieving, your life will be more fulfilling and meaningful. In this episode with Frankie Russo, we discuss how passions and purposes can change your life for the better. It also includes some ideas on the best ways to find your passion and purpose in life. Since 2005, Frankie Russo has been building the Russo Capital portfolio of companies throughout multiple industries, including technology, advertising, marketing, music, automotive, agriculture, publishing, and finance. The companies he has invested in have offices in the USA and India and serve 121 U.S. Markets. Russo and his team have led 2 of his companies to become some of America's fastest-growing privately owned companies 8 years in a row. In 2017 his company became one of the top 50 companies in southwest Louisiana. Russo was named ABIZ entrepreneur of the year and recognized as one of Louisiana's top 20 under 40 honorees. The Art of WHY (2016), Russo's first book, was on Amazon's bestseller list in the self-help category and has been readapted and expanded into his second book, the rules-defying Breaking WHY (2022). He currently conducts a series of book tours and talks around the country to help his audience master their own purpose. Frankie's highest calling is his family, and he happily lives with his wife and six children in Louisiana. Tune in! During this episode, you will learn about; [00:00] Episode intro and a quick bio of the guest; Frankie Russo [01:02] A short backstory of who Frankie is and where he came from [06:20] Founding Russo Capital and its mission [07:35] Frankie Russo, through his school of WHY [09:45] A journey to find his purpose [13:05] Common mistakes among entrepreneurs and leaders in their pursuit of self [16:19] The culture shift in organizations [19:00] Ensuring a company sticks to its WHY in the growth trajectory [25:01] How successful businesses and leaders adjust to the realities of life [28:37] Frankie's decision-making process he shares with us [34:10] Quick fixes that companies and leaders need to implement [39:02] How you can reinforce passion and wisdom in the workforce [42:54] Analysis paralysis on understanding your WHY [43:47] What motivated Frankie to become an author [48:34] Rapid fire round [52:31] Qualities that have made Frankie who he is today [54:27] Book recommendation [56:15] Golden take-away nuggets from the guest [56:50] Episode wrap up Frankie's Books and other Resources Mentioned 1. Breaking WHY: Hacking and Rebuilding Strategic Emotions for Authentic Success: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B09NMB3LQC/ 2. The Art of Why: Master Your Purpose: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B01M0TO2MU/ 3. Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action by Simon Sinek: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B002Q6XUE4/. 4. The Innovator's Dilemma: When New Technologies Cause Great Firms to Fail by Clayton M. Christensen: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B012BLTM6I/ 5. Unfu*k Yourself: Get Out of Your Head and into Your Life by Gary John Bishop: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B071F7C5NQ/ 6. Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap by Jim Collins: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0058DRUV6/ 7. Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman: https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B007QWLLV2/ Connect With Frankie Russo Website: http://www.frankie-russo.com/ Company Website: https://russocap.com/ LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/frankie-russo-30ab531a/ Linktr.ee: https://linktr.ee/Frankierusso
Wedding Photographer Twah Dougherty is on the podcast giving advice to single females looking for love! In this episode, we talk about:How to make an effective “list” when datingWhere are areas you can be more flexible?SELF-RESPONSIBILITY instead of pointing fingersThe reality of being with someone long term (the confronting HARD moments)Twah Dougherty's Instagram: @twahphotography
In this episode of the Tell Me Somethin' Good podcast, Clint Swindall talks about something critical in all our lives – friendship. Our friends have the power to influence our positivity or negativity. He spoke about it last year, and he shares a flashback from that episode. Check it out! ---------- If you like the podcast, you'll love the Tell Me Somethin' Good! book. Check it out: Tell Me Somethin' Good! - https://www.tinyurl.com/yxcsg3sh ---------- Have Clint bring his message of positivity to your organization, either in person or virtually. Check out his demo video at https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=k7MXyGYizBY. ---------- Follow me: Twitter: https://www.twitter.com/clintswindall Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/tmsg_clintswindall/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/clintswindall2 YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/c/clintswindall LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/clint-swindall-csp-9047174/ ---------- Part of the Win Make Give Podcast Network
http://www.datingadviceguru.com – In this latest installment of Carlos Cavallo's dating advice and relationship advice series, you'll find some priceless advice on relationships: Carlos shows you 10 feminine qualities men LOVE in this week's Dating and... The post Podcast 391 “10 Feminine Qualities Men LOVE!” – Relationship Advice With Carlos Cavallo appeared first on Dating Advice Guru Podcasts.
Natural man misunderstands the thought of God. A spiritual life possesses the joy of the Lord. This life is capable in discernment. Agape love comes by filling of Spirit. This love never fails and learns total forgiveness. There's friendship that endures and flourishes. 1 Corinthians 2:14-15; 1 Samuel 20:17 Speaker(s): Thomas Schaller Sermon 12347 6:30 […]
In this episode we explore the qualities inherent in awake awareness, and the value and potential pitfalls of tapping into various higher qualities directly. • Includes a guided meditation using an analogy of a river delta to help us experience the qualities of universal awareness. Don't forget to subscribe for more ingenious ways to tap into the ever-present stillness and joy of our true nature. Awareness Explorers has made the following top listener charts on Goodpods: Top 10 Spirituality chart Top 25 Religion & Spirituality chart Feedspot calls Awareness Explorers one of the "Best Spiritual Podcasts on the Planet." Here's their list of the Top Spiritual Podcasts: https://blog.feedspot.com/spiritual_podcasts/ To learn more about Awareness Explorers, and to listen to all of our podcast episodes, please visit: https://www.awarenessexplorers.com/ If you want to listen to the meditations alone, you can find all of our meditations excerpted either in this playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLThffcko0gAVvivvVVGNfQgJxbWB6dF6Z Or on our Awareness Explorers website: https://www.awarenessexplorers.com/meditations To Support Awareness Explorers, please consider clicking the "Donate" button on any AwarenessExplorers.com page, or becoming a Patreon supporter: https://www.patreon.com/awarenessexplorers To learn more about Jonathan Robinson and Brian Tom O'Connor, please visit https://findinghappiness.com/ and https://www.playawarenessgames.com/ You can listen to all of our episodes on this YouTube playlist: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLThffcko0gAXyaArC4OyY0y84CZ8uSb_n Enjoy, Jonathan and Brian Photo by Markus Spiske on Unsplash
This is one of those rare times we actually stuck to the script and item numbers. Carrying over traits and/or qualities from pre-divorce to post-divorce can be detrimental. We are listing some and giving you a heads up for easier divorce recovery. Topics of Mary Poppins in Denver, being comfortable in your own skin, Pretty Woman the musical, sex as a chore, church girls are freaks, better foreskin, Rachel thinks she is a dude sometimes and taking you to the train station slam this episode from start to finish. We want to remind you that you might not be able to control what others do, but you are in charge of how you respond. Be the boss of your recovery. Kelly Manley - True Romance-getting your sexy back!
Sometimes in our lives, we need a slap in the face to realize where to improve. That's what Tommy is, a big slap to your face because he is there to ask questions, push back, and give feedback. Join Tommy together with Collin to discuss the power of repetitive review and specific feedback, only here in the latest episode of Sales Transformation.It's time to jazz up your sales mindset with a podcast experience like no other! Join Kevin Dorsey aka KD and some of the brightest minds in sales in Live Better Sell Better!Power up your podcast experience by joining our Free Podcast Community!Are your Reps hitting their quotas this 2022? If not, then a Wingman Free Trial is what you need!HIGHLIGHTSTommy's reviewing processReviewing from an objective standpointIt's asking questions, not giving answersRepetitive reviewing is keyAsk for specific feedbackQUOTESHow Tommy reviews his calls:“Everything I was watching the first time through, was only for the non-verbal was the body language, all the things we can control, no different than in sales.”Tommy on objectivity with reviews:“You have to be objective when you're watching this. Like you can't, I can't look at it, as Tommy, the ref, I need to look at it as somebody sitting up in the 20th row at this game.”Tommy asks questions, not answer them:“It's not giving the answer. The answer is already inside of them. It's asking questions, it's asking tough questions, and I often joke that the reason you hire me is that I'm gonna push back because a lot of the people I work with, they don't have a lot of people in their lives that tell them no, and that's what I'm there for.”Tommy on repetitive review:“If you said for the last three weeks, if you're in sales, you want to get better at your opening, and you keep listing that for three weeks.”Tommy's advice on getting feedback: “Not I think I know will be helpful, not only to individual contributors at the sales level but even if you're in leadership, one of my mentors, actually shared this with me when you go to ask for feedback, ask for specific feedback.”Connect with Tommy and learn more about what he's been working on!About TommyAbout Think Better Perform BetterThink Better Perform Better WebsiteConnect with Collin and find out what's new in Sales Transformation and other things he's up to:About CollinAbout SalescastSalescast CommunitySales TransformationWanna kick off your own kick-ass podcast?Already have one? How about growing it, or even monetizing it?LET'S TALK.
After 3 deployments with the Navy, 8 years of gym ownership, and an incredible amount of personal development work…Chase brings a unique perspective and interpretation of leadership and what's really important in life. He shares his lessons from failing to take ownership, how he learned about humility, and how to think objectively without attachment. Now…Chase is balancing his business ventures while he eagerly awaits the birth of his daughter. As a person who has a huge hear and truly wants to see his loved ones succeed, he is often referred to as the mystical giant, bringing his powerful energy into every room he enters 28:00 what are some of the qualities you notice in great leadership? 38:00 is there a place for “bad” leadership (taking things personally, anger, not taking ownership) 39:00 Scuba diving learning at 15, diving in the navy 44:00 don't ever skip the first leg of your flight 46:00 My dad is a retired airline pilot 57:00 Yellowstone Floods (as if we have any control over mother nature) 1:02 Who determines what is fair or unfair? 1:12 Objectivision 1:24 “you're about to become a father” 1:40 Takeaways Find chase at https://www.chasetolleson.com/ and check out his new album on Spotify -> https://open.spotify.com/album/0mFhXZ7bALOFwTAp7WEAw6?si=nk5BQ-t5Q9SfxMqwKe4RBg . . . And if you know that improving on your leadership skills would help you to grow your business and improve your relationships -> visit MYSUMMIT.ACADEMY/IMPACT and fill out the application for our upcoming Level One Program.
Before an organization can succeed, it must have a team. This team is the foundation upon which success will be built. Teams are not just a collection of people. They are the combination of skills and personalities that come together for a common cause. Join this conversation with Patrick Touhey as we talk about why, as a leader, you need to have effective work teams which are collaborative, supportive, and positive in your organization. Patrick Touhey is president at Elite Performance Too – E, LLC. He was a high school basketball head coach for both boys' and girls' teams and a college assistant coach. When his brother, Hall of Fame basketball coach Kevin Touhey, was dying from lung cancer, Patrick promised him he'd continue his passionate work of athletic coaching. With Elite Performance Too-E, Patrick mentors both coaches and players to tap into their hearts and passions, pursue the spirit of team sports, and become the best version of themselves. Elite Performance Too-E emphasizes intrinsic elements rather than extrinsic metrics that sports often prioritize, such as work hours, scholarships, and individual statistics. By teaching the value of service, leadership, and team connection, Patrick and Elite Performance Too-E help athletes overcome the common selfish and self-absorbed mindset and use the athletic experience to develop as people and potential leaders. Patrick has played an integral part in coaching multiple teams to win state championships and reach their highest potential. Tune in! During this episode, you will learn about; [00:00] Episode intro and a quick bio of the guest; Patrick Touhey [01:12] Through Patrick's journey. What brought him to this day [02:35] The work of Elite Performance, a company where he serves as President [04:44] A bit of Patrick's backstory into what he does in his space [09:45] Patrick's comparison of the dynamics of a team in the two areas of his career [15:45] How the team dynamic has changed before, during, and after the Covid pandemic [25:49] How leaders can get people on track from the pandemic [35:33] Why Elite Performance encourages people to embrace failures [46:11] Patrick's advice to leaders who find it hard to relinquish control to others [53:24] Patrick as an author of Create Forever Teammates, and why he chose that title [58:28] Rapid fire round [01:02:56] Qualities that have made Patrick who he is today [01:05:27] Current book reads he enjoys [01:07:05] Golden take-away nuggets from the guest [01:08:39] Episode wrap up About TAO.ai[Sponsor]: TAO is building the World's largest and AI-powered Skills Universe and Community powering a career development platform empowering some of the World's largest communities/organizations. Learn more at https://TAO.ai About WorkPod: Work Pod takes you on the journey with leaders, experts, academics, authors, and change-makers to design the future of work, workers, and the workplace. About Work2.org WorkPod is managed by Work2.org, a #FutureOfWork community for HR and Organization architects and leaders.
On this Sunday episode of THE POLITICRAT daily podcast: Omar Moore asks, what qualities do you look for in a political leader? An episode you should listen to, especially during this busy election year. July 24, 2022. The AUTONOMY t-shirt series—buy yours here: https://bit.ly/3yD89AL Planned Parenthood: https://plannedparenthood.org Register to vote NOW: https://vote.org The ENOUGH/END GUN VIOLENCE t-shirts on sale here: https://bit.ly/3zsVDFU Donate to the Man Up Organization: https://manupinc.org FREE: SUBSCRIBE NOW TO THE BRAND NEW POLITICRAT DAILY PODCAST NEWSLETTER!! Extra content, audio, analysis, exclusive essays for subscribers only, plus special offers and discounts on merchandise at The Politicrat Daily Podcast online store. Something new and informative EVERY DAY!! Subscribe FREE at https://politicrat.substack.com Buy podcast merchandise (all designed by Omar Moore) and lots more at The Politicrat Daily Podcast Store: https://the-politicrat.myshopify.com The Politicrat YouTube page: bit.ly/3bfWk6V The Politicrat Facebook page: bit.ly/3bU1O7c The Politicrat blog: https://politicrat.politics.blog Join Omar on Fanbase NOW! Download the Fanbase social media app today. PLEASE SUBSCRIBE to this to this podcast! Follow/tweet Omar at: https://twitter.com/thepopcornreel
Bible Study — I am led to teach on “seven required qualities for a healthy marriage from a biblical perspective.” For those who are married, it will help them grow their marriage. For those who are dating, it will help guide them into a healthy marriage. For those who are not dating, it will help them to correctly assess potential partners. Links — CFE Atlanta, Online Community, Partnership
Highlights: “Good leaders are not afraid to be long” [2:00] Marcel reminds listeners that confident, strong leaders are less concerned with being right and more so with getting to the right answer. “Confident leaders are unassuming, they already know what they think; they want to know what you think.” [3:55] Listening more than speaking is a hallmark of a good leader. Marcel says leaders with the loyal following are curious and ask questions because they seek to know more. “They avoid the spotlight, and they shine it on others.” [4:50] This is the third thing that Marcel shares that good leaders do day in and day out; they acknowledge, celebrate, and boost the confidence of others! “A truly confident and humble leader stays away from gossip, or the need to speak badly of others to make themselves appear better by comparison.” [5:30] Marcel explains why you won't find good leaders putting others down. These leaders are most concerned with being a better person tomorrow than they were the day before. Mentioned in this episode: Marcel Schwantes | Professional Profile | LinkedIn Marcel Schwantes
Hi girlies! Today I'm going to be discussing what it means to be a high value/high quality woman. I talk about my list of 10 traits, qualities or values that I've been living by which allow me to feel more high quality, in my self worth and ultimately in my feminine energy.
Qualities of a humble spouse, plus dating someone who confesses a sin pattern, and how to respond when your friend has a porn problem. Featured musical artist: Kerrie Roberts ( https://kerrieroberts.com/ ) Roundtable: The Humble Spouse Humility is to relationships what gasoline is to cars; without it, a relationship can't move forward. In marriage, humility is especially important since spouses are in covenant together as one flesh. Our guests are honest about where they were on the humility scale going into marriage, and how they've learned to be more humble since. They'll also give insights on how to spot humility in the people you date. Culture: Spotting a Sin Stronghold in Dating All of us have hang-ups and sins we must address. But what do you do when the person you are dating confesses a serious sin pattern like alcoholism, drugs or porn? Is there a way to balance grace with truth, and at what point do you need to cut off the relationship? Christine Snyder tells her story of facing an unwanted divorce due to her husband's addictions and unfaithfulness, while counselor Glenn Lutjens provides expert advice on when to pull the plug on a problematic dating relationship. Link to Counseling Services: ( https://www.focusonthefamily.com/get-help/counseling-services-and-referrals/?refcd=1060202 ) Inbox: Does Everyone Have a Porn Problem? She's known more than a few friends in her Christian community who've confessed a problem with pornography. She's frustrated that porn seems to be “winning” in the hearts and minds of those around her, and doesn't know what to do. When the next friend confesses, what should be her response? Counselor Geremy Keeton weighs in.
The guys discuss some more adult subjects than usual in this episode! Ben and Travis come to you from Mars Hill Bible School immediately following the 3rd Annual BATify Freedom 5k. The guys address a question submitted to the podcast while at Maywood Christian Camp 4th week. The question submitted addressed the qualities of a good accountability partners. The guys run down three good qualities and how those qualities look practically. Travis brings up the importance of having a group text to share how we are feeling in the moment and maybe talk some sense into us or just being a sounding board. Listen to the end to hear the answer to the Stayin' Alive Disco Dodgeball Tournament Question of the Day which is "Which fun sing song is your favorite fun sing song?" Be sure to check out the newly released "fun sing" page here: https://www.benandtravis.com/funsing Links mentioned in this episode: *Register for the Stayin' Alive Disco Dodgeball Tournament here: https://www.benandtravis.com/store/p/stayin-alive Get our free ebook "28 Days of Focused Living" here: https://www.benandtravis.com https://www.facebook.com/groups/benandtravis For extra content and material you can use for your family or ministry go to https://www.patreon.com/benandtravis Represent the show: https://www.benandtravis.com/store The Friday ReFresh: https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-friday-refresh/id1611969995 Howell Wealth Management: https://www.benandtravis.com/gregoryhowell Give Greg a call today: 931-638-1576 Reframing Hope: https://www.benandtravis.com/books This podcast is hosted by ZenCast.fm
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Erkeda DeRouen talks to Dr. Penny Liu, the Director of Neuroanesthesia at Tufts Medical Center, Boston. She has been a specialist in the field for 10 years. She is also an assistant professor at Tufts Medical School. [00:59] Dr. Liu's Background and Medical Journey [08:07] Why Neuroanesthesia? [12:12] Qualities of a Prospective Doctor [17:41] How to Talk About Your Weaknesses in Interviews [20:39] Dr. Liu's Advice to Pre-meds and Medical Students Full show notes
Grab your FREE copy of "The Complete Guide To Success On Instagram": https://theethanbridge.gumroad.com/l/The-Complete-Guide-To-Success-OnInstagram ------ SMMS #332 - When it comes to writing single-image posts, carousels, tweets, LinkedIn posts, Facebook group posts, blog posts, etc. (essentially any written social media content format) your copywriting is THE MOST important element of the content. If people aren't engaged by what they're reading then your content will underperform. That's why in today's Social Media Marketing School episode, I wanted to share the qualities of good social media content copywriting, and provide a post structure that all of your written social media content should follow. I hope this episode of Social Media Marketing School provides you with some actionable tips so that you are able to improve your social media content copywriting so that you're able to increase content quality and consequently experience increased engagement, reach, follower growth and so much more (there is no downside to improving the quality of your content!). ------ Follow me on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/theethanbridge/ Join the Social Media Marketing School Facebook Community: https://www.facebook.com/groups/228075548816937/ Get a free one-month Skillshare premium subscription and check out my classes: https://www.skillshare.com/r/profile/Ethan-Bridge/889451717?gr_tch_ref=on&gr_trp=on BE SURE TO SUBSCRIBE AND LEAVE A 5-STAR RATING AND REVIEW IF YOU ENJOYED THE SHOW!
In this episode, Wrong Way River Lodge & Cabins owners Joe Balcken and Shelton Steele dropped by the studio to hang out and talk about their love and vision for Wrong Way, the transformational qualities of the outdoors, and the intentionality of creating a sense of place. Both are former whitewater raft guides turned trailblazing entrepreneurs. They came up with the idea for Wrong Way over the shared desire to get back on the river and encourage others to connect with the outdoors, have inspiring experiences, and experience a little local culture.Wrong Way is joining the vibrant outdoor scene along the French Broad River Greenway where guests will be able to walk out their cabin front door to experience the river and greenway just across the street, as well as walk to rock climbing facilities and several recreation parks. The location is also within easy biking to retail shops, artist studios, restaurants, the pubs of Haywood Road, the River Arts District (RAD), and downtown Asheville.Collaborators:- Partner Nonprofits: Mountain True, Asheville on Bikes, RiverLink,Asheville Greenworks- Architect: BCA Architecture- Interior Designer: Katherine Winkel, BCA Architecture- Land Planning & Design: Fusco Land Planning & Design- Construction: Griffin Builders- Local craftsmen & artisansAlso mentioned in this episode:Camp GrierFishes of The French Broad, Cooked Creek Holler & Eric Hinkleyhttps://crookedcreekholler.com/Julian Harris , Foundation Studioshttps://www.jamesbeard.orgChefs Ashley Capps/Travis Schultz
In this final episode on "Character Qualities," Dr. Kathy talks about how we need to change our beliefs to make progress with good character qualities. Knowing what is behind the bahavior and what is foundational is important. As a parent, invite your kids to explain things to you so that you can better understand them. The teaching of character requires the teaching of the belief that must be in place for the character qualities to shine out. This may also require an understanding of the immature character that is in the way of establishing good character qualities.
Danielle Mulvey is a former flight attendant turned entrepreneur who cracked the code on recruiting and retaining 5-star employees. One of the companies she is the founder of called All-In is changing how companies attract top talent and we will talk about the 11 universal qualities of 5-star employees. Learn more at: www.5staremployees.com and checkout the blog section and guest section at www.jessgethired.com for more! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/jessgethired/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/jessgethired/support
Key Things Discussed “Rewirement” and Laurie's career pivot into coaching. The specific roles and functions that chiefs of staff serve. The three C's that form the basis of Laurie's trusted advisory practice. Block-and-tackle tools and systems to optimize leadership goals and efficacy. The unique cross-industry opportunity that Laurie's ChiefSpace group coaching program offers chiefs of staff – especially those who are operating in isolation. Valuable lessons learned, especially when it comes to speaking up early and often! Show Notes 00:03:48] About the many hats that Laurie wore during a long career at AT&T and the venture she has more recently launched as a business coach for high-level leaders. [00:04:53] “Rewirement” and what it means to pivot – not into retirement but into an opportunity to leverage skills sets, experience and passions in new ways. [00:07:31] About the 3C's that form the basis of Laurie's trusted advisory practice: Coaching Consulting Chief-ing [00:09:13] Breaking down the role of chief of staff into five parts: Air traffic controller for a leader and their team. Integrator among silos. Master communicator. Link between the executive team and broader organization. Honest broker and truth-teller, a confidante without an agenda. [00:10:08] Laurie's take on the servant-leader role that chiefs of staff play, which is shaped by the requirements and needs of specific leaders at any given moment. [00:13:08] Why developing relationships and ensuring alignment among various team members is a critical aspect of performing the Chief of Staff function. [00:14:53] How it feels to work for a Fortune 10 company on the cutting edge of innovation, including the exhilaration (as well as occasional exhaustion and loneliness) associated with being integral to critical decision-making. [00:17:18] Laurie shares strategies she deployed with the leaders she served at AT&T, challenging narratives, providing perspective, highlighting risks and rewards and pushing back where necessary. [00:19:08] Ultimately a chief of staff's highest purpose is to see what needs to be done and then ensure that, one way or another, it happens efficiently and effectively. [00:21:23] More about the chief of staff's highly strategic niche: Identifying and delivering on goals. Ensuring alignment among companies, departments and divisions. Tracking progress against strategic plans. [00:22:00] About where the chief of staff function should sit organizationally and why. [00:25:35] Laurie touts the 4D Productivity System as a helpful filter for chiefs of staff: Do it – Is this a task that I can accomplish quickly? Delegate it – Is this something that could be better done by someone else? Defer it – Could this be pushed out to a later time? Dismiss it – Does this really need to be done at all? [00:27:28] About the power of time blocking, which places all planning in an intentional framework that modulates energy and maintains focused priorities. [00:27:48] More helpful tools for chiefs of staff, leaders and really anyone at any level: Apps to support morning routines and drive efficiencies. Intention-setting at the start of meetings. [00:31:16] Laurie's ChiefSpace group coaching program targets chiefs of staff, who generally lack a support network, offering them a cross-industry opportunity to:Navigate critical decisions with speed and confidence. Act as an accountability partner and reality check. Drive alignment and maximize efficiency across the enterprise. Act as a gatekeeper, protecting and advancing leadership's key priorities. Learn how to work powerfully and deftly across silos. Be a strategic thought partner and proxy in executing strategy. [00:31:48] About the book Laurie is writing – which is the book she wished she had when she first started in her chief-of-staff role. It will demystify the job and offer advice. [00:34:56] How to turn challenges into foundational opportunities: Cultivate crystal-clear clarity about where you're going and why. Implement clear communication that aligns efforts across teams. Follow up consistently to ensure alignment and anticipate issues. Put milestones in place as well as measures for tracking execution. Take time out to reflect, debrief and learn from wins and losses. [00:42:24] About the primary leadership lesson that Laurie has learned: To speak her truth early and often. It isn't about being liked. It's about expressing yourself as a leader. [00:45:30] Laurie shares what's top of mind for her in advancing her work as a transformational coach and advisor, cultivating health and wellness and keeping a calendar that reflects her philosophy that time is energy. “I want to give my clients and my family and myself the best energy I can,” says Laurie. Relevant links:More about Stephen Covey's books and business strategies..Follow Our Guest:Website | LinkedIn
There are good employees and there are excellent employees. There are also those employees you know aren't performing well enough to stay or progress in your company. But to begin with, on what basis do you assess your employees' performance? What makes a five-star employee? Does a two-star employee have to stay a two-star employee? How can they grow themselves? Find answers to all those questions in this episode of the Advance podcast with Mike and his guest Danielle Mulvey. Danielle reveals the ingredients that make a five-star employee – the irreplaceable one who delivers consistent results for the company. With 25 years of experience as an entrepreneur, Danielle comes equipped with all the knowledge regarding hiring the right people for your team, letting go of those employees who don't fit well, and the metrics to assess each of them for their skills, ability, and performance. She also shares how she does the market analysis and competition to provide adequate pay to her employees. Listen in! EPISODE 19 SUMMARY & HIGHLIGHTS What is the biggest mistake entrepreneurs make when hiring their first few significant hires? 1:33 They take everything that they don't want to do, or they're not good at, and assign it to the new hire. The problem is, often, it becomes too much for the other person. What is a five-star employee? 9:18 A five-star employee represents the top 15% of available talent in the market for the role. A major hiring mistake made by businesses is not casting a very wide net for applicants. Hiring from a small pool means your chances of getting that 5-star employee are also less.Does a two-star employee always have to be a two-star employee?19:21A two-star employee is two-star only for that role. Danielle and her team have identified 11 Universal qualities that are key to being a five-star employee – some are coded red, which means they're very difficult to change, two are coded green, and the rest are coded gray. The green ones are relatively easy to change, and the gray ones also can be changed, but maybe with some coaching or help from a hiring manager. The red ones are the toughest to change.How much time should we give employees to improve their performance before they're shown the door?24:20In the shortest, possibly two weeks. Also, we don't need it to take six months. The reason is, we're all creatures of comfort. If we can show up to a place and the people there are relatively polite to us, and we get a paycheck every other week, we'll stay within that comfort zone forever. To a certain degree, you have to make it a bit uncomfortable for those employees so they're ready to move on and can move on quickly.(Full shownotes at https://connect.stepstoadvance.com)
Consulting Inquiry Form: https://forms.gle/iJt6JBAo1yCC6MNT6Today's episode dives into the perspective that you wouldn't have your best qualities if it wasn't for all the sh*t you've been through. You needed obstacles to become strong. You needed a lack of love to give your most generous love. This perspective is to help you give yourself grace on feeling resentful about certain experiences, and appreciate them instead by taking your power back, owning what you've been through and embodies the qualities you've developed because of it.FOLLOW ON INSTAGRAM:https://www.instagram.com/victoria.alario/https://www.instagram.com/forthegirls.podcast/FOLLOW ON TIKTOK:https://email@example.com
Original Air Date: April 12, 2021There are people who are just pure geniuses at marketing. And then there are people who are genuinely amazing human beings. I'm going, to be honest - it is rare to see these qualities overlap. My guest this week, Cody May, is one of those truly special people who is both a genius at marketing and a kind and gracious person. Having been in this industry for a while, I can tell you, it is refreshing. On top of that, you're going to get the chance to learn some seriously valuable marketing, sales, and entrepreneurial insights. Cody is the co-founder of Create Your Purpose, a motivational and uplifting brand to help people find their purpose and experience fulfillment throughout life. He is also the COO of the full-service digital marketing agency StudioPTBO. In this interview, we cover everything from marketing psychology, what's working in Facebook Ads Land, how to book calls, and the blueprint for a successful sales call. Like me, Cody believes in relationship centered marketing. His commitment to living a purposeful life shines through in the advice he offers to all of us on this episode. Trust me, this is a must listen. Do yourself this favor. And hit play. You rock. You can learn more about Cody here - https://www.instagram.com/codmay/tomearl.me/
This is a tribute to my brother, Dr. Christopher, who is getting married! I wanted to talk about heroes in medicine and what makes someone a hero. My husband, Mark, joins me to spill all the good stuff about Chris, we talk about the qualities of a hero, and how you might actually be your own hero! The Qualities of a Hero Self-Awareness Openness Curiosity Taking Your Time Knowing What You Want Tenacity Passion Setting Boundaries The Qualities That Make a Hero My brother is a hero, so to celebrate his upcoming wedding, I want to talk about all the qualities that make him a hero. First, he is so self-aware, and this means that he is able to make decisions confidently - both personally and professionally. His inquisitiveness is another quality that makes a hero. I think this is especially beneficial in medicine because it means he's always asking questions and wanting to get to the root cause of a problem. He has and will continue to diagnose patients because he doesn't give up. This leads me to his stubbornness! Being stubborn is often thought of as a negative quality, but in Chris's case, it's such a good thing. He's tenacious and steadfast - and has saved many, many patients' lives! Being Your Own Hero We can't talk about the qualities of Chris the Hero without talking about his openness and neutrality. This non-judgemental approach to life serves heroes and helps to create deeper conversations. Similarly, curiosity allows heroes to ask more questions and explore more. Something I've especially learned from my brother is how to set and maintain good boundaries. Knowing your limits allows you to provide the best service possible. Boundaries are also super important when you're as close to your family as Chris is! But what if you don't have someone in your life who meets those hero qualities? Especially as women in medicine, we don't often have a role model who does the exact same things that we do. Ladies, this is when you can step up and be your own hero - you are incredible! Who are your heroes? Tell me about them in the comments on the episode page and why they inspire you so much! In This Episode How your inquisitiveness is a hero quality [5:00] How your self-awareness can impact others [6:15] The power of being open and neutral [7:00] How your curiosity can make you a hero [7:15] How stubbornness can actually be a good quality [10:45] What can happen when you're close to your family [17:00] What it means to be your own hero and role model [19:00] Quotes “One of the things that stands out for me in terms of a hero is somebody that is strong enough and self-aware enough to know who they are so that they can view others in a really clear light and in a neutral space without judgment.” - Dr. Ali [6:13] “He is okay to speak his mind. He does not care what people think about him. He is okay with other people being wrong about him. I think it is what has given such the ability to live such a unique and full life.” - Dr. Ali [13:46] “You might be your own hero because you might not have somebody who is doing exactly what you're trying to do. A lot of times we judge ourselves based on these other heroes we have, but not having a hero that you can replicate off of.” - Dr. Ali [18:52] Resources Mentioned Check out the full episode page here Find Life Coaching for Women Physicians Online Follow Dr. Ali Novitsky on Facebook | Instagram Subscribe to Life Coaching for Women Physicians on Apple Podcasts Podcast production by the team at Counterweight Creative Related Episodes Episode 105: Go All-In On You Episode 109: Get Snobby with Your Extras Episode 94: Masterpiece and A Work in Progress
In this episode, Dr. Kathy talks about how it is crucial to speak to your kids about their character choices and not just whether something is good or bad. One of the ways to teach character is imitation. Jesus encouraged His disciples to imitate Him just like He imitated His father. Be intentional. If you teach something, you have to expect it; if you expect it, you have to inspect it. Change requires taking off and putting on. As we teach kids character, we teach them who to be and what could stand in the way of who they could be.
"We're looking for a CTO, so if you know anyone please let me know!"Does that sentence sound familiar?Whether it's getting the initial product built, or taking an MVP and turning it into a scalable product, "I need a CTO!" is something I hear founders say all the time.Nelly Yusupova is a seasoned CTO with 18 years of experience.As Founder of TechSpeak, she trains startups on how to effectively create and run their product development strategy.She knows exactly what to look for in a CTO, and can tell you if what you need is truly a CTO or just a developer.She steps to the mic in this week's episode to share exactly how to find the right person for the job.She also shares her powerful personal story of coming to the U.S. as a war refugee, not knowing any English, and signing up for a computer science class thinking it would teach her how to USE a computer!Find Nelly online:LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/digitalwoman/Find TechSpeak online:Website: https://www.techspeakforentrepreneurs.com/This episode is sponsored by Miquido - a full-service software development partner that supports companies in building their digital products. Learn more at miquido.com/hypeman See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
As I mentioned a few episodes ago, if I had to choose one gift to impart upon every person I meet – one master key that unlocks their potential – it would be bravery. We need radical bravery in our workplaces, our schools, our neighborhoods, and – God help us – in our politics. If more people committed to making brave choices daily, we would see stronger, more effective teams, less corruption, less unhealthy conflict, and more progress on the societal issues that truly matter. Organizations need leaders committed to cultivating a culture of bravery, and who themselves are making brave choices in the face of uncertainty. The marketplace needs more business owners who are willing to step up and do the right thing for their employees and their communities, even at the risk of personal cost. And, society needs more people to cultivate brave, empathetic relationships with people who think differently from them. More than almost any other place, our workplaces need brave leaders. We need people who are committed to standing in the gap, protecting their people, and fighting for the mission of the organization even at personal expense. Here are a few principles that brave leaders abide by: Brave leaders assume accountability for their actions. Many leaders revel in the glory that comes with success, but brave leaders are also willing to put themselves on the line and be accountable when their actions fail. Many are familiar with Dwight Eisenhower's letter to the Allied troops on the eve of the D-Day invasion in June 1944. It begins, “You are about to embark upon the Great Crusade, toward which we have striven these many months. The eyes of the world are upon you.” Inspiring leadership, for sure. However, fewer people are aware that Eisenhower wrote a second letter, only to be delivered in the event of an unsuccessful landing. “Our landings in the Cherbourg-Havre area have failed to gain a satisfactory foothold and I have withdrawn the troops. My decision to attack at this time and place was based on the best information available. The troops, the air and the Navy did all that bravery and devotion to duty could do. If any blame or fault attaches to the attempt it is mine alone.” Brave leaders are willing to accept responsibility for their actions, including their failures. Are you avoiding accountability for your actions, or pointing fingers at others when you fall short? Brave leaders have the uncomfortable conversation. It's far easier to avoid difficult chats with direct reports, but brave leaders recognize that it's more important to be effective than to be liked. It's never comfortable to discuss performance issues, to deliver uncomfortable news, or to challenge someone's attitude, but these are the kinds of conversations that brave leaders (cautiously and wisely) step into because they know that their position demands it. Is there an uncomfortable conversation you need to have, but have been avoiding? Brave leaders speak truth to power. As a leader, you must be willing to defend important principles when you perceive they are being “ground up” in the organizational gears. Cowards “go with the flow”, especially when speaking up might mean losing their organizational standing, but brave leaders are willing to abide by their principles even at personal cost. As my friend riCardo Crespo often says, “you can't lie to the person in the mirror.” Brave leaders can look themselves in the face every day knowing that they are living out their principles and standing up for what they believe to be proper and just. What principles are you willing to defend, even if it affects your reputation or position? Brave leaders put their resources where their mouth is. Cowards say bold things, but are always hedging their bets. Brave leaders are willing to put themselves on the line by resourcing the initiatives they believe to be best for the organization and the people it serves. If you aren't putting resources behind