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Lucas Lunzmann is a 17-year-old with leadership at his core. On this show, he breaks down the stories and experiences from some of the world's greatest leaders (speakers, athletes, students, CEOs, etc.) and weaves them into actionable pieces of content for teens, parents, and teachers. Come along for the ride where you will learn, grow, and lead like never before!
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The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInAnthony ONeal | Episode #27Anthony is a financial expert specializing in helping young people how to budget, live without debt, avoid student loans, and build real wealth for their future. He is also a national best-selling author and host of an online series “The Table with Anthony ONeal.”Topics Covered:Smart financial decisions for teensHow to navigate the college sceneThinking about the future as teens (college, jobs, life, etc.)Role of religion in lifeAnd plenty of more insanely valuable nuggets of info!Links:Anthony's Website“The Table with Anthony ONeal”Instagram***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedIn"The only true wisdom is knowing you know nothing." - Socrates Unleash how you think about knowledge in today's bite-size, high-energy episode!Stillness Is The Key - Ryan HolidayThink Again - Adam Grant ***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1 
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInCoyote Peterson | Episode #25The man behind the movement known as the Brave Wilderness YouTube channel with over 18.1 million subscribers. Coyote has a history of filmmaking, storytelling, and connecting with wildlife.Today we discussed the backstory of his YouTube channel and how it got to where it is today. Also, we go behind the scenes of some of your favorite episodes. Coyote goes into detail about an upcoming NEW STING SERIES (announced for the first time ever)!Coyote is so much more than the celebrity starring in each episode. He is involved behind the camera in a variety of roles. He shows humility, honesty, and a true passion for service in everything he does.Huge thanks Coyote!YouTube: https://www.youtube.com/user/BreakingTrailFacebook: https://www.facebook.com/bravewildernessnetwork/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/bravewilderness/Website: https://bravewilderness.com/***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInTruth Talks w/ Maxwell Schwabe | Episode #24 Max and I sit down today to address common areas of unrest for teenagers. Today we covered: Fear/Anxiety, Being You, and Why People Matter.The goal of this episode is to help YOU, the listener, and make it clear that we all go through similar struggles. If you ever need someone to talk to, please feel free to reach out to Max or I.If you enjoyed this style of episode, let us know! We can turn this into a series and address any questions or concerns that you may have about life.***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1 
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInNew Year, New You | Episode #22Today is the day! Take this New Year of 2021 to truly improve yourself, your life, and those around you.Today's episode covers common resolution misconceptions, key questions to ask yourself, and how to better attack this upcoming year.***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1 
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInJohn Baylor | Episode #22John is the founder of OnToCollege - a team of unbelievable adults helping students improve their test scores, scholarships, and college choices. He is a Stanford grad currently located in Lincoln, NE.Today we covered so many incredible topics... ACT Tests, Life Purpose, College, Parenting, and so much more.Links:OnToCollege***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1 
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInTwitterEllis Wyms | Episode #21Ellis Wyms is a Superbowl champion who was drafted in 2001 by the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and went on to have an 8 year NFL career. After leaving the NFL, Ellis founded Athletes for Computer Science. This project works to heighten computer science skills and knowledge within students of all ages.Links:https://www.athletesforcomputerscience.org/LinkedInNFL Stats***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1 
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInTwitterShane Feldman | Episode #20Shane is the founder and CEO of COUNT ME IN, a world-renowned social entrepreneurship incubator. What started as a small project in his high school locker, now is made up of 10.2 million people in 104 countries. It has launched more than 30,000 ventures worldwide, contributing to over $2.6 billion to the global economy through service. Shane also does keynote speaking for companies, groups, and organizations.Community Leadership: Every successful venture in this world is based around community. We must be able to listen to understand, not just to respond. Giving members and those around a sense of ownership in something is critical.Social Dilemma: A recent documentary about the power of Social Media. This directly pertains to teens and how society currently functions. To combat this, Shane offers some tips about "Architecting Your Day.""We can't do everything about everything, but we can do something about something." - Shane FeldmanLinks:https://www.shanefeldman.com/https://www.cmimovement.com/Instagram***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1 
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInTwitterPatrick Lencioni | Episode #19Patrick is the founder and President of The Table Group, author of 11 books that have sold over 6 million copies, and a professional leadership speaker. He has spoken to Google, NFL/NBA Teams, Southwest Airlines, and Chick-fil-A. His work has been featured in Fortune, USA TODAY, and Harvard Business Review. He hosts two podcasts: At The Table and The Simple Reminder.Humility: Pride is at the root of all problems for us. Many people, especially high schoolers, become masters at pretending to show humility. Just understand that all of these vanity metrics will one day mean absolutely nothing. Learn to accept yourself and celebrate others in their wins. Don't get caught up in the societal comparison trap.Growing Up: Suffering is a part of growth. It's completely normal to suffer and experience hardships in your teenage years. For Pat, being small and immature was a major struggle. Also, he suffered from severe OCD as a child. Sometimes we need to learn from adults that aren't our parents. Find a mentor and or someone that understands and accepts you for you.The Ideal Team Player: Humble, Hungry, Smart. Put in the work not because people will praise you, but because you embrace the grind. Learn to understand people (Emotional Intelligence). These 3 areas are huge when applying for a job. Check out Pat's book The Ideal Team Player  to learn more. Links:The Table Group websiteAt The Table PodcastThe Ideal Team Player - BookThe 6 Types of Working Genius***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInTwitterTravis Chappel | Episode #18Travis is an international speaker, founder and CEO of Guestio, and the host of two awesome podcasts: Build Your Network and World Class. Travis grew up in southern California where religion dominated his entire childhood. After graduating from college, he decided to pursue a passion in podcasting where he would go on to create a Top 25 Business Podcast. Speaking: Your level of pay in life is directly related to the skillset you have that not a lot of people do. If you're able to overcome the initial terror of public speaking your career and success will be exponentially greater. Travis spoke to a church crowd of 1500-2000 people at the age of 15 years old. He also recommends getting as many experiences as possible, such as Toastmasters.Career Switch: The sooner you can come to the realization of what you want to do, the better. Parents are often responsible for instilling values in us about where to go to college and what to become. The fear of letting them down often limits our ambitions. Making a major decision or shift in life comes with many feelings; both good and bad. Just remember: you're the only person who has to be you! Start gaining experiences and trying new things. Content: Step 1: Consume as much content as you can. Your input becomes your output. Step 2: document everything you do. Step 3: get great guests in order to bump up your quality. You must be able to add value to the lives of others.Networking: "Network Ned" is the ultimate bad networker. This person has tons of business cards, is constantly pitching their elevator speech, and is more transactional than anything. The other type of networker is the person who is so turned off by "Network Ned" that they don't try at all. There is a happy middle where relationships and friendships are at the core of the conversation.Links:Website - Travis ChappellBuild Your Network PodcastWorld Class PodcastInstagram - @travischappellGuestioToastmasters***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInTwitterMeredith Edwards | Episode #17Meredith is a model, Mary Kay consultant, and host of the podcast "meredith for real: the curious introvert."Art of Curiosity: A lot of us, like Meredith, sometimes want to talk your ear off while other times would rather throw some headphones on and be alone. Being curious breaks through any fear or intimidation you may experience. Developing this skill requires intentional listening and empathy.Traveling More as a Leader: Leaders must travel. Getting to experience different cultures, people, and societies is a life-changing opportunity. Great leaders take every chance they can to go out and explore. Meredith personally loved traveling to Nicaragua.Teenage Longevity: This is what Meredith said distinguishes great teen leaders from average ones. Many people seem to "peak" in high school and never go on to do anything meaningful. Don't get discouraged if you're not living up to your peers while a teenager. Oftentimes, what they are exhibiting is a false sense of success. Being able to maintain greatness is a much more impressive feat.Links:Meredith for real podcastInstagram***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramLinkedInTwitterDerek Rippe | Episode #16Derek is a Brooklyn-based illustrator that currently works at BarkBox as the Director of Toys. Previously he was at Nickelodeon for 13 years where he helped design toys for shows like SpongeBob, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, and Paw Patrol.Designing SpongeBob: Derek spent a great deal of his time working on the designs for SpongeBob toys. He knows the characters inside and out, literally. In 2019, his design for the Macy's Day Parade SpongeBob balloon was selected and made a reality.Nickelodeon Culture: What we see on the outside is very similar to what goes on inside at Nickelodeon. The fun-loving and creative atmosphere is central to the culture. Derek also shares some unique information about the infamous slime!How To Be More Creative: We get a look at the day-in-the-life of a Director of Toys. Derek talks about how the creative process can't be forced. He explains how Instagram has been an amazing outlet for his work. Getting started and constantly creating are more major points about being more creative.Links:Instagram @mrrippeBehance PortfolioBarkBox***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramYouTubeTwitterHilary Grosskopf | Episode #15Hilary is a  leadership strategist, author, and yoga teacher that is the founder of Awake Leadership Solutions.Mentioned in the Episode:- University of Pennsylvania- Ryan Hawk Ep. 3 (The Teen Leader Podcast)- Mind Mapping- Yoga/Self-Care- Awake Apprentice (New Book)Links:Awake Leadership SolutionsInstagram @awakeleadershipsolutionsMedium Publication Site***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramYouTubeTwitterLamarr Womble | Episode #14Lamarr is a motivational speaker and founder of Passion for Leadership. He primarily works with middle school, high school, and college students from across the country. From leadership to personal development, school culture to passion, Lamarr is driven to empowering the lives of future leaders.Passion Mindset: This frame of mind is an on-going piece of work. You must be prepared to handle adversity at all times and make the switch when it'd needed. Understanding what you were made to do is key to being an effective leader.School Culture: The first step is to go on a "listening tour." Take some time to hear what other students, faculty, and teachers have to say about what's taking place within the halls. This will give you the most realistic starting point in regards to your school's culture. From there, you can work to develop certain pillars you would like to emphasize.Teen Adversity: The pressure and expectations about going to college can negatively consume high school students. Between AP courses, writing essays, filling out scholarships, and standardized testing, it can be a lot to manage. Focus on defining your success and practicing empathy and execution at all times.Links:Passion for LeadershipInstagram @lamarrwombleTwitter @lamarrwomble***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramYouTubeTwitterPatty Hendrickson | Episode #13Patty is a professional public speaker from La Crosse, Wisconsin. She speaks to companies, organizations, and student officer teams about leadership development.Energy: Bringing the energy to everything you do is crucial. Patty says to meet people at their energy level. This will allow you to make a better, more meaningful connection. Public Speaking: It's not about you, but rather your audience. "Connection before content." This means that the relationships you build as a speaker are extremely important. Try to warm up your body before giving a speech on stage. Taking a moment of silence when you are about ready to begin is a great tip.Team Leadership: Creating a sense of trust and vulnerability on your team is a must. This will allow ideas to flow more smoothly and a more efficient team. Try sitting by the person you know the least at your next meeting or activity. Value the opinions of underclassmen or new members.Links:Patty's Website: https://pattyhendrickson.com/***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramYouTubeTwitterTravis Johnson | Episode #12Travis just graduated high school and is currently attending Harvard University. He served as the FBLA National President last year. Also, he was the South Carolina FBLA State President for two years.National President: Serving as the leader of Future Business Leaders of America was a transformative experience for Travis. He learned leadership skills, how to connect with others, and what really motivates him every day. Travis shares some exhilarating stories and examples from his time as President. Leadership Lessons: "Empowered people empower people." This is at the core of Travis's leadership style. He stresses the importance of listening, positive affirmations, and getting to know your team. Travis believes in a bottom-up leadership approach where the leader is the least important person.Dream Colleges: Travis shares some mind-blowing tips about applying to elite colleges. He got accepted into 7 out of the 8 Ivy League schools, so his knowledge is top-notch. He emphasizes the importance of being yourself in interviews, essays, and communication.Links:Travis's InstagramTravis's Email: travisjohnson0019@gmail.com***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramYouTubeTwitterWade Hilligoss | Episode #11Wade is the Senior Support Manager at Hudl. This is a leading performance analysis company that allows players, coaches, and teams to review film and prepare for their next big game. He graduated from the University of Nebraska-Lincoln with a master's and undergrad in broadcasting/journalism/media.Internships: Being involved and taking every opportunity available is exactly what Wade did in college. These real-world experiences prepared him for his future careers. While in these internships, push yourself and try to learn as much as you can. Understanding the purpose of each opportunity is key (money or growth).Writing: This skill shows up everywhere in your life, whether you realize it or not. No matter what job you choose to do, writing will elevate your value. Hone in on your storytelling, concise writing, and communication abilities.Interviewing: Focus on the three areas laid out in the book, "The Ideal Team Player." These are being Humble, Hungry, and Smart (about people). Flip the roles around in the interview to truly understand what someone wants. Beforehand, write out your answers to any and all possible questions. Finally, always have an example to back up what you say.Links:Hudl WebsiteThe Ideal Team Player - Patrick LencioniLeaders Eat Last - Simon Sinek***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1.
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramYouTubeTwitterEvan Stewart | Episode #10Evan Stewart, 26 years old, is a life and business strategist and the founder of the Obsessed Academy, as well as, the Obsessed Conference. Evan previously excelled in the real estate market around Dallas, Texas, but pivoted to helping build multiple 7 and 8 figure businesses.Threads of Consistency: The things that come naturally to you and are fulfilling. They help create a more inspiring, fascinating, and motivating life. Evan's threads are, 1) Creative music, 2) Making money, and 3) Instinctively understanding people.Living Obsessed: This lifestyle is an all-consuming passion. Obsession is a cycle - emotion, mindset, and cultivation. The cycle is never-ending and present at all times. Don't get stuck in the "mania" of obsession.Teen Entrepreneurship: Develop a "platform of validity." This proves to people you are legit and know what you're doing. People will connect with a concept before you (your name). Remember this when branding your content, product, or project.Links:Obsessed AcademyObsessed ConferenceEgo Is The Enemy - Ryan HolidayConnect with Evan:Instagram: @realevanstewartYouTube: B.E. Obsessed***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1.
The Teen Leader Podcast with Lucas Lunzmannwww.TheTeenLeader.comInstagramYouTubeTwitterAlexander Graham | Episode #9Alexander Graham is the president and CEO of FBLA-PBL (Future Business Leaders of America - Phi Beta Lambda). Growing up and attending college in Virginia put him on a track towards three CEO positions: Alexander Graham Bell Association for the Deaf and Hard of Hearing, Council for Exceptional Children, and then FBLA-PBL.Today we discussed his rise through high school, college, and early careers. These experiences gave Mr. Graham deep insight into leading organizations and making an impact. He stressed the importance of communication, education, and risk-taking skills for every leader. Real-world experiences and internships are critical to students in high school and college. It's all about how you can add value to the company on day one. Perseverance is what distinguishes great teen leaders from ordinary ones.Joining a CTSO (Career and Technical Student Organization) is a must for teens in today's world. Whether that's FBLA, SkillsUSA, FFA, etc., your passion needs to lead you.***Enjoyed the podcast? Please consider leaving a review or rating on Apple Podcasts. This is the greatest way to support the show and encourage guests to join!For show notes, links, and other past guests, visit https://www.theteenleader.com/podcast-1.
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