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The Kingsley Grant Show: Where Emotional Intelligence (EI/EQ) and Leadership Skills Intersect

Author: Kingsley Grant - EQ Speaker

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Higher Employee Engagement, Productivity, and Retention. The one-skill that makes the difference is Emotional Intelligence (EI/EQ).

Research shows that EQ is a higher indicator of success than IQ. How well we recognize and regulate our emotions is key to our success.

This emotional intelligence podcast includes interviews with leaders, business owners, HR managers, and emotional intelligence experts.

The works of Daniel Goleman, Travis Bradberry, John Maxwell, and others will be discussed.

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+++ IT'S IN THE PRACTICE +++ Have you ever heard the phrase, "practice becomes perfect?" What are your thoughts on that? Do you believe it is true? I don't and here's why. If it did, we would have a lot of perfect people in the world, by now. Wouldn't we? So many have practiced so hard and yet come up short ... because it is impossible. And when you've put in all the work and not get the perfection that was promised, you become frustrated. Am I right or am I right?  Here's what I believe: PRACTICE BECOMES PERMANENT!  One of the practices that are super important for you in your leadership capacity is self-control.  In this episode, you'll discover why practicing self-management or self-control is so vitally important to your leadership success and why it makes the best kind of leaders. Once you have listened, please share this episode with one other person. In addition to that, please leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY from your best hope. P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ YES, AND IN LIFE +++ Notice the word AND. It is a very useful word when you want to truly engage people in a conversation. It is the opposite of using the word BUT.  How many times have you been in conversation and someone says something and follows up immediately with the word BUT? When he or she did, what was your gut reaction? If you are like me, your system went into alert and tensed up as you braced for what would come next. Isn't that so? The word BUT tend to negate all that came prior to its insertion into the conversation. However, if that person was able to skillfully use the word AND instead of BUT, the outcome would be a whole lot different. Wouldn't it? In this episode of The Kingsley Grant Show, you'll discover why emotional self-awareness is the most important skill you need to get better results in your professional and personal relationships. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY from your best hope. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ PLATE IS FULL +++ Do you feel at times that your "plate" is so full that if you added one more task to it, you would go insane? I have been there. And the crazy thing is that sometimes I find a way to add one more task to my plate. Isn't that crazy?  I'm sure I'm not the only one. You might have done the same thing as well. The question is, why do we do that to ourselves? Let me make it more personal, why do I do that to myself? Do you have an answer? I do know what you and I need. We need to create margins in our lives so that we can be more effective in what we do. Right? In this episode, our guest - Wayne Herring - will share some insights on how to create margins in your life and achieve a balanced life so you can lead more effectively. ++++++++++ Who is WAYNE HERRING? Wayne is the founder of Business Builder Camp.  He has helped men across the country grow their businesses into successful and thriving enterprises. Wayne has worked as a specialty drilling and blasting contractor and an organic farmer. He has run ultra marathons, gone on epic road trips, and is a 1997 Montana state arm wrestling champion. He loves to hunt and farm, but he also enjoys yoga and meditation. Some have described Wayne as a renaissance man, but he thinks that is a strange term for the son of a coal miner. Contact Wayne: www.businessbuildercamp.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/wayneherringjr ++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ SOMEONE SOMEWHERE +++ Every one of us struggles with one thing or another. There are some people who are not able to relate to your struggle. But if you look long and hard, you'll find someone who does. None of us are exempt from struggles.  With that in mind, we can safely say, we are not the only one that has a certain struggle even though we may feel that way at times. As a coach and licensed therapist, I get to hear people's struggles constantly. One of the struggles that are presented mostly by men, even though some women struggle as well, is that of pornography. Porn is a multi-billion dollar industry and there are multiple thousands of people, mainly men, who are addicted to it. But what about a leader? Does this addiction to pornography have any effect on how they lead others? In this episode, you'll hear whether or not leaders who struggle with pornography are negatively affected in their work and if so, what to do about it. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ SOFT AS STEEL +++ I know this sounds like a contradiction. Right? Soft and steel don't go together. Is this a mistake? On the surface, it seems like these two words should not be used together because steel is always seen as something tough. As a matter of fact, those are the words that are used together: tough as steel. However, there is a term which I'm sure you have heard, which is, soft skills. You've heard that, right? Unfortunately, the way the phrase soft skills is normally used can be misleading. What if I told you that soft skills are one of the hardest skills to learn in the context of relationships? In this episode, our guest - Dennis Doran - will walk us through the process of using soft skills to build people to be tough as steel. Take a listen. +++++++++++ Who is DENNIS DORAN Dennis Doran, a leading expert in the construction industry with more than thirty years of experience, is the author of the highly praised book, Soft as Steel, which focuses on the vital importance of developing and valuing soft skills. Dennis has dedicated himself to providing business leaders, in all industries, with the tools to be successful, not just in business, but in life and relationships. He delivers inspirational messages with humor and dynamic energy —motivating his audience to take action and make changes. Contact Dennis: http://dennisdoranspeaking.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/dennis-d-doran-a14403a/ +++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ ONLY 2 FOR NOW +++ You can find many lists on what makes a leader great and they are almost always different. You will find some overlap here and there but for the most part, you are going to decide which list is most accurate. I must admit that they all will have something helpful for the reader. I have benefited from that myself. But at the end of the day, I'm left to decide for myself because it's too much to sift through. Has that been your experience? What if this list could be shortened, like really shortened? Would you be more inclined to want to know what they are? Glad you said yes because in this episode of The Kingsley Grant show, our guest - Tom Connally - shared with us 2 guiding principles that set great leaders apart and how you can easily make them your own. Take a listen for yourself. ++++++++++++ WHO IS TOM CONNALLY? Tom Connally, is an experienced leader, strategist, and change agent with proven performance leading, building, and fixing organizations by creating a culture of performance. In over 30 years of Marine leadership, he led organizations from 50-3500 personnel, with budgets up to $2.8B. Tom served as a Director for two defense companies, before founding Connally Consulting where he helps leaders improve their performance and success professionally, personally, spiritually, and physically. Contact: https://connallyconsulting.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/tom-connally-08488711 ++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ THE MINDSET +++ I came across this quote that I believe captures the kind of mindset needed to make a difference in our world. Here it is: “Risk more than others think is safe. Care more than others think is wise. Dream more than others think is practical. Expect more than others think is possible.” – Claude T. Bissell What do you think? Would you agree with my opening statement now that you've read the quote for yourself? Let me know your thoughts. I believe our mindset has a lot to do with the success we experience in life.  It saddens me when I see and hear people finding all kinds of excuses why they can't do this and why they can't do that. They are stuck because they are unwilling to adopt a growth mindset. They would rather remain with their fixed mindset. But if you are going to be a great leader, you must adopt a growth mindset aka an entrepreneurial mindset. In this episode, you will discover the reasons having an entrepreneurial mindset is so important and the 5 characteristics you'll need to develop to become a great leader. Take a listen Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ RATION YOUR PASSION +++ One of the words that are often used when it comes to the Millennials, is passion.  This assignment can be justified when viewed from a broad perspective. They are certainly passionate about the issues they believe in and want to promote. We see this in almost all segments of society, some of which are good and some, not so good. Depending on who you talk with, you'll get varying perspectives on this generation - the Millennials. But what should you believe? Are there some misunderstandings surrounding the negative press especially within the work environment? Our guest - Sahar Paz - believes there is and in this episode of The Kingsley Grant show, she breaks down how understanding the millennial mindset, makes a huge difference in engagement and retention of your best millennial personnel. ++++++++++++++++ Who is SAHAR PAZ? Sahar is the CEO of "Own Your Voice Strategy Firm," a personal branding agency. Her mission is to champion the voice of others to help them understand their Emotional Intelligence and find their best voices within. She is the author of “Find Your Voice” which is a part-memoir and part cognitive behavioral guide. Sahar has spoken to a wide audience of leaders and other professionals at organizations such as HBO, Facebook, Whole Foods, and the Texas Medical Center, just to name a few. Contact Sahar:  Web: www.saharpaz.com LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram @SaharPaz. ++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ IT'S ALL ABOUT THE TOOL +++ Mark Twain quote, "To a man with a hammer, everything looks like a nail." I use this quote quite often with some of my clients in helping them to add more tools to their "toolbox" so they can have more options available to them. The more tools you have the better the chance of success.  One of the issues we face is deciding what our next tool should be. Sometimes we don't know what it should be especially when it is not something tangible.  For example, in the world of leadership: Do you know what tool you need or would need to be more successful? That is what our guest - Krister Ungerböck - discusses in this episode of The Kingsley Grant Show. You will discover that the tool needed is one that you already have at your disposal. Krister will unpack what it is and how to use it. Take a listen. ++++++++++ Who is KRISTER UNGERBÖCK? Krister is a leadership communication expert, keynote speaker, and former CEO of a global tech company. His work has appeared in NPR, Forbes, Inc., HR.com, Chief Executive, Recruiter.com, and Entrepreneur. Prior to exiting corporate life at age 42, Krister was CEO of one of the largest family-owned software companies in the world. While leading the company to over 3,000% growth, his team won five consecutive Top Workplace Awards, achieved remarkable employee engagement levels of 99.3%, and became a dominant player in its market niche. His book 22 TALK SHIFTs: TOOLS TO TRANSFORM LEADERSHIP in Business, in Partnership, and in Life helps people build better bosses — and become one — by shifting their words. Contact: https://www.Krister.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/kristeru/ ++++++++++ P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ SPEAK LAST FINISH FIRST +++ Have you ever heard the expression, "Good guys finish last?" Do you truly believe that? I don't. I think whoever made up that expression, was a loser and want everyone to be a loser like he or she was. Having said that, I do believe in "the last shall be first and the first shall be last" because of who said that ... Jesus. That's for another day. But for today, you need to know that there is a last/first dynamic that occurs when leaders are willing to go last as a leading style. How does that happen? I"m glad you ask because in this episode, our guest - Todd Palmer - breaks it down for us. He is going to share with us how a leader who chooses to speak last, finishes first in almost all areas of his or her leadership. Find out how. +++++++++++ Who is Todd Palmer? Todd Palmer is an executive coach, keynote speaker, renowned thought leader, author, and CEO who is committed to helping business owners tackle their obstacles and clear their path to success. As an entrepreneur and active CEO, Todd knows the struggles business owners face regarding people, cash, strategy & execution. He took his company from being $600,000 in debt to making the INC 5,000 as one of America’s fastest-growing companies (an astounding 6 times!). He specializes in helping leaders join the mission statement of the organization with their personal core values while addressing fears, self-doubts, and imposter syndrome. He brings a unique blend of authenticity, transparency, and vulnerability to help leaders & organizations achieve their highest goals. Contact Todd: http://www.extraordinaryadvisors.com/ https://www.facebook.com/ToddPalmer13 ++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ I IN THE 'FLUENCE BABY +++ There is a commercial that features a very prominent actor who has a favorite line that says, "It's all about the U Baby!" Do you know who that is? Well, it doesn't matter too much if you don't. The only reason I mention him and the commercial is the emphasis he makes on the statement "about the U Baby!" In this case, it's about the 'FLUENCE BABY!" [smile] Why? In this episode, you will discover why I use the phrase "I in the 'fluence." Our guest - Kristin Harper - will be taking us on a quick rapid-fire journey as to how influential leaders use Emotional Intelligence to increase engagement and productivity. You want to listen all the way to the end. +++++++++++++++ Who is Kristin Harper? KRISTIN HARPER is the founder of Driven to Succeed, LLC, a leadership development company, that provides keynotes and brand consulting for businesses, organizations, colleges, and high achieving individuals around the world. She is an award-winning businesswoman who has had more than 30 years of brand and business experience from grassroots startups to global iconic brands. Kristin's experience spans both businesses to consumer and business to business. She is deeply committed to giving back to her community and is involved in various aspects of community work. She is the author of The Heart of a Leader: 52 Emotional Intelligence Insights to Advance Your Career. Contact:  http://www.DriventoSucceedLLC.com https://www.instagram.com/DriventoSucceedLLC/ +++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ IT'S THE 'TUDE DUDE +++ Let me hastily decode this title for those who might still be trying to figure out what it says. 'TUDE is short for attitude. I thought it had a nice ring to it which fits the flow of this show.  You've heard the quote: "Your attitude determines your altitude," right? And how often have you taken this to heart? I wish more people would take the time to adjust their attitudes especially in times of turmoil. No greater skill is needed than attitude-adjustment-skill during times of crisis. Would you agree?  Unfortunately, many people are failing in this department. And it is especially true with leaders who do not possess a high degree of emotional intelligence with which to regulate their emotions. In this episode of the Kingsley Grant Show, our guest - David Shar - takes us through his own journey on how he too had to make this adjustment to lead his people the way he did. This is what set great leaders apart as you'll find out in this episode. ++++++++++++++++++ Who is DAVID SHAR? David is the founder of Illuminate PMC. He is a keynote speaker, consultant, and trainer specializing in helping organizations improve their leadership and culture, combat burnout, and design meaningful work. He combines decades of leadership experience with the latest psychological research to help you attract, retain, and motivate top talent. David is NOT your typical academic - as a scientist/practitioner translator. On the contrary, he makes leadership theory & business psychology accessible, implementable, and fun through the use of humor, stories, and 'real-world' examples. Connect with David: www.illuminatepmc.com www.linkedin.com/in/DavidShar ++++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ MORE THAN A RIDE +++ Can you remember what it was like the last time you rode a bike or should I ask, have you ever ridden a bike? [smile] I'm going to assume that you have ridden a bike even though it might have been eons of years ago. Whether you have or not, this you do know - a bike has at least two wheels. Right?  Ok. We're settled on that.  What if I told you that a bike can be more than what you ride? What if I told you that it could be a great visual for your success as a leader at work or at home? Would you believe me? Ok. Whether you believe me is not that important. But I can assure you that this episode of the Kingsley Grant show with our guest - Rich Allen - will make you a believer. In this episode, our guest Rich Allen discusses how using the metaphor of a bike, leaders can get their team to be more engaged, motivated, and willing to do their best work. +++++++++++++++++ Who is Rich Allen? Rich Allen, a nationally renowned speaker whose primary mission and purpose are focused on one single objective – to help business owners engage and activate the power of their team. During his 30+ years in the industry, he has gathered knowledge and expertise that allows him to inform business leaders on how to energize their team and transform their business into one that is profitable, sustainable, and driven by radically-engaged team members in a way that’s as easy as riding a bike. +++++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ A WOMAN IN CHARGE +++ I've heard some people wonder out loud, what it would be like if women were in charge of higher institutions. Are you one of them? I know what it is like to have a woman in charge of our family without "being in charge" ... my mom. One thing I can say is that she stood out as a leader not only in our home but in our neighborhood. She succeeded in that role without wearing the mantle of "leader." However, there is one woman who has stood out and succeeded like my mom, but with a position of leadership. Her name is Dr. Laura Saunders. In this episode, you will hear how our guest - Dr. Laura Saunders - navigated the world of male-dominated leaders to become the first and only female president of a university in the State of Florida. She will share how other women can also standout and succeed. ++++++++++++++++ Who is Dr. Laura Saunders? Dr. Martha Saunders has held leadership roles in higher education for nearly 35 years. She was the first woman chancellor at the University of Wisconsin Whitewater and the first woman president at The University of Southern Mississippi. She assumed the presidency of the University of West Florida in 2017. Her contributions in the field of communication led to numerous publications on crisis communication and public relations, and two Silver Anvil awards, the Public Relations Society of America’s highest honor. She is a 2011 national winner of the Stevie Award for Women in Business. Connect with her: www.uwf.edu https://www.facebook.com/DrMDSaunders/ +++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ IT HAS TO BE UP AND DOWN +++ Most times we use the phrase Up and Down to refer to life circumstances such as our health, work, relationship, and more.  There are some things I wish had a Down component but unfortunately, it doesn't and that is my age. Why couldn't there be a Down component to it? Wouldn't that be nice?  But it's a good thing, our attitude about it makes the difference. Well, enough on the age issue. This is not what this show is about.  In this episode, you will hear the United Nations Artificial Intelligence advisor - Neil Sahota - shares his insights on how leaders should lead both up and down. He believes as I do, that as a leader, it is imperative that you develop the skills to not just lead those below you, but those above you as well. This notion is sometimes foreign to some people to even think they can and should do this. Well, this episode will help you if you happen to be one of those individuals. And if you were aware of this, you're going to truly appreciate this episode. +++++++++++++++ Who is  NEIL SAHOTA Neil is an IBM Master Inventor, United Nations (UN) artificial intelligence (AI) Advisor, author of the book Own the A.I. Revolution., and Professor at UC Irvine. Over his 20+ year career, Neil has worked with enterprises on the business and marketing strategies to create next-generation products/solutions powered by emerging technology. He also helps organizations create the culture, community, and ecosystem needed to achieve success such as the U.N.’s AI for Good initiative. Neil actively pursues social good and volunteers with nonprofits. He is currently helping the Zero Abuse Project to prevent child sexual abuse as well as Planet Home to engage youth culture in sustainability initiatives. Contact Neil:  https://www.neilsahota.com/ https://www.linkedin.com/in/neilsahota/ +++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ PUT YOUR MONEY HERE +++ How often do we spend money on things that are here today and gone tomorrow? Not that our purchases are not valid, but they do not bring a return on our investment. But what have you thoughtfully and intentionally spent money on that you know would bring a return on your "spending" and do you categorize the spending as an investment or an expense? This kind of "spending" becomes difficult to measure the return of the investment (ROI) when it is not something tangible. Right? Take for instance personal and professional development. These are hard to measure. But should we not do them? And is it true that it is hard to measure your ROI? That's one of the discussions you will hear in today's episode. Our guest - Buddy Hobart - will explain to us how all this works and how investing in leadership development is truly one of the best investments an organization will make. +++++++++++ Who is BUDDY HOBART? Buddy is a global pioneer in generational leadership having written his first book about millennials and the evolution of leadership in 2008. Subsequently, both books have sold out and his latest book, “the leadership decade”, will be available in August 2020. Buddy is the president and founder of Solutions 21, a leadership development firm, and has worked with organizations across the country and around the world from startups to Fortune 500s as they make the courageous decision to invest in future leadership. CONTACT BUDDY: www.Solutions21.com +++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ MAKE IT WORLD CLASS +++ What would you label as world-class in your life? A romantic relationship? A friendship? Someone, you admire? A leader? A working environment?  Is "I wish" your response to this statement and is it met with a sigh or a rolling of the eyes? Using this combination of words signifies that there is something good taking place in your life. Right? Who would not want a world-class "something or someone" in their life? I would and in some cases, I have a few. What if you could create a world-class culture that attracts the right people around you while at the same time, repel the wrong people, would you want to know how? In this episode, our guest - Tristan White - takes us on a journey of how he was able to build such a culture, wrote a book on the subject, and as a result seen incredible results in his business.  ++++++++++++++ Who is TRISTAN WHITE? TRISTAN is the founder & CEO of The Physio Co, a unique healthcare business that not only ranked #1 on BRW’s list of Australia’s 50 Best Places to Work but has made that list for 10 consecutive years. Tristan believes we spend such a huge part of our lives working, that we have to find a way to enjoy it. He is passionate about sharing what he’s learned through his blog and podcast, as well as through speaking opportunities at conferences and corporate events around the globe. In his book “Culture is Everything,” Tristan shares his system for building a great place to work. Contact Tristan: Website: tristanwhite.com.au ++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ LESSONS FROM THE JOURNEY +++ Life is indeed a journey. Some people's journey seems smoother than others. But no two journeys are alike. Would you agree with that? One of the journeys I have been on is in the world of podcasting. If you've never done a podcast, you will still be able to relate with these lessons that I've learned over doing years of podcasting.  However, this new shoe - The Kingsley Grant Show - is fairly new in that it was started in March 2019. To have done 200 episodes means is a significant achievement in the world of podcasting. Normally, a podcast show, following the most-used industry-standard of once-per-week, would have just done a little over 100 episodes in 2 years. Here, I've doubled that in less than two years. To me, that's a heck of achievement with a number of lessons learned. In this episode, you'll discover 5 Leadership Lessons That will make you a more likable and effective leader within the context you are leading. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ DO WHAT YOU KNOW +++ How often have you felt like you need to know just a little more to accomplish a task or start something new? There is that "something" in all of us that makes us feel like we don't know enough or simply are inadequate. Add to that the imposter syndrome that makes us worry that we will be found out for not being what we have "claimed" to be. These feelings and thinking can truly mess with our confidence and negatively impact our job performance. But we don't have to stay that way or be held hostage to these feelings.  In this episode, leadership expert Laura Noel shares with us how to do what we know by shifting our beliefs and creating a framework that helps us to confidently take a step towards effective leadership. Who is Laura Noel? LAURA NOEL is a Certified Proctor Gallagher Coach and a 27-year military leader who helps high-performers live empowered, fulfilling lives all while achieving their highest potential. If you’re like most high-performing leaders, you’re tired of being pulled in multiple directions with zero time left for yourself. She helps leaders focus on what really matters, so they can stop feeling out of control, become more effective with their time, and spend more time discovering doing what they love. Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... P.S. If this show is one that you are benefiting from, why not show your love and support at www.patreon.com/kingsleygrant. Your gift helps to underwrite the monthly cost of producing the show. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
+++ HONESTY: STILL THE BEST POLICY +++ One of the virtues of life that were drilled into me and my siblings while growing up is this maxim: Honesty is the best policy! I must confess that I've not always lived up to this ideal. How about you? We don't have to look very far to experience dishonesty around us. The media lies to us. Our national, state and local government leaders lie to us. Family members and friends lie to us. It's all around.  But what should we do about it? Should we do as the "Romans" do? How should we lead those we have the privilege of leading? In this episode, our guest - Peter Kozodoy - will share with us how to use brutal honesty to achieve massive success and reap additional benefits. ++++++++++++++++   Who is Peter Kozodoy? PETER KOZODOY is a TEDx speaker, serial entrepreneur, author of Honest to Greatness: How Today's Greatest Leaders Use Brutal Honesty to Achieve Massive Success. He currently serves as the CEO of Stradeso and the Partner/Chief Strategy Officer of GEM Advertising. Peter’s largest business has appeared on the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing companies in America, and his articles on business, leadership, and entrepreneurship have appeared in Inc., Forbes, The Huffington Post, and more. He holds a BA in Economics from Brandeis University and an MBA from Columbia Business School. Find out more about Peter: https://peterkozodoy.com/about +++++++++++++++ Please share this episode with one other person and leave a comment on the platform through which you listen to this show and/or on social media. Thanks so much. And remember, you are ONE SKILL AWAY... PS: Don't forget to take a look in the mirror. --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/kingsleygrant/message
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