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Benedict Hadley is a Prolific Polymath, Film Maker, Artist, Risk Taker and founder of The Hadley Broadcasting Company. His work focuses on the human spirit, the creator and interactive media projects, films and experiences that engage and enhance the community through equity and the broadcasting of created media on large scale walls via interactive video projection.Benedict has always felt his connection to the Creator. Listening to 'that' voice became an internal compass, creating and leading him to walk the paths of his life.In This Episode:Wanting to be a film maker from a very young ageWalking his pathLearning to harness his risk taker voiceThe block hack: charging up a block with artListening to that voice that gives him direction from the CreatorCreating work in and for the communityMedia-enhanced immersive storytelling using art
Jeff Pulver helped change the way the world communicates. The passing of The Pulver Order by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in 2004 helped set the stage for a world, where today consumers can communicate openly and freely. Lonely at 9 years old and looking for a way to make friends, Jeff was introduced to amateur (ham) radio by his uncle. This changed his life and led to one of his lifetime achievements of helping to change the way the world communicates.In this episode:The afternoon at 9 years old that changed Jeff’s lifePhone patchingCreating the first phone network that ran on the internetEarly exposure to entrepreneurshipLearning to have fun in different waysAppreciating the magic of lifeLessons from dad, his biggest fanFind ways to appreciate and increase serendipity and synchronicityForming the VON Coalition The passing of The Pulver Order by the FCC in 2004Finding grounding under a clear, unpolluted night skyContinuing his interest in making connections with passion-based marketing
David Goldsmith is President and Co-founder of the Goldsmith Organization (New York and Hong Kong), a consulting firm solving big challenges for executive clients worldwide in commerce, nonprofits, governments, militaries, and education; and Co-founder of Buzd, LLC (San Francisco), a firm in which he is a patent holder for technological applications and products related to artificial intelligence, cell phone applications, battery technologies, and consumer products. In this thought-provoking interview, David shares a revolutionary approach to leadership - experiences, insight, and examples - that will transform your mind, organization, career and life. In This Episode:Some of the small pieces of life that have been integrated into todayStopping pre-med and starting his first businessGoing back to university to finish the requirements for a degreeLiving in and getting to know the culture of global places where he workedThe TEDx Luxembourg City Talk: How Great Leaders Inspire Happiness at Work and in LifeThe construct that 80% of the results come from the systems and structure, and 20% from the peopleLooking at productivity in a different wayTheoretical jumpsBeing a leadership salesperson
An innovative leader with world-class digital and experiential capabilities, Stuart Foster transforms global brands and businesses to achieve revenue, profit, and market share growth. Impacted by an early networking lesson from his father and the examples set by good bosses, Stuart has taken his leadership roles very seriously over the years and learned to appreciate the little differences between locales and cultures.In This Episode:A modest gift from his grandmother that sparked a new interestThe story behind how Stuart got into the wine businessHow a networking lesson from his father helped Stuart land his first job as a college seniorWorking his way up through the marketing ranks with brands like L’Oreal and HennessyThe impact of having good leaders and bosses as role modelsA pivotal moment that shifted Stuart’s mindset on how he thinks about leadershipAppreciating the little differences between locales and culturesThe marketing/branding business project Stuart is most proud ofThe next phase: working with Chief Outsiders as a Fractional CMO
Lyz Kelley is a speaker, creative, and award-winning USA Today bestselling authorpreneur of everyday heroes who want more than just the ordinary.Once Lyz deconstructed and figured out what her fear was, she committed to learning the craft of writing a book and shares her journey with us in this interview.In This Episode:Reflecting on turning 40 and examining the fear behind a very important question asked by her husband Living with dyslexia and wanting to write a bookLearning the craft: how to write a book and how to do story structureAligning with other authors who helped with her journeyPersevering through redlines and rejections to become a published authorSetting up her own publishing companyLearning how to market to the readers she needed to connect withThe epic fantasy novel that will be writtenLyz’s writing processTraditional publishing vs. self-publishing
Uwe Dockhorn is known as the Lifestyle Liberator and has delivered over 15,000 coaching sessions worldwide in the last 12 years.  He is the founder of The AIM System™: A simple 3-step life-changing experience for in-demand professionals who want to get back their family mojo, double their financial security, and live in abundance in all areas of their life without feeling guilty or constantly questioning themselves.Finding himself broken as a young man after the death of his uncle and father, Uwe could find no reason for being in this world anymore, until a small light inside brought him back from the edge and put him on a transformational path to help himself and others.In This Episode:Carrying the weight of being sexually abused as a young boyFeeling something inside for the first time since his father died that prevented a suicide attemptUnderstanding the importance of letting go and letting inIdentifying and facing your core elephant thinkingCracking the code of your own transformationWhat an individual evaluation session with Uwe may be likeDiscovering our own independence and respecting it in othersThe internal transformation and personal growth that led to developing the AIM System™*Trigger Warning: In this episode we talk about child sexual abuse and surviving a suicide attempt which may be alarming to some listeners. If you're having thoughts of suicide, please end this podcast and call 1-800-SUICIDE or visit to chat with someone online.
Ken Mossman is an executive and personal coach who’s specialized in working with men for almost two decades.  He works with an international clientele from such diverse industries as finance, higher education, law, entertainment, medicine, venture capital, technology, entrepreneurship and the arts.  Ken helps men develop and master their emotional literacy, fluency and flexibility so they can connect and communicate with the people around them more powerfully.After high school, Ken pursued various educational and career interests before being referred to a CTI course by a client where he found a home and eventually his calling to work with men.In This Episode:A vivid memory from a very young agePursuing a passion for work that he wanted to do in ‘real life’Lessons learned about himself and other people while working in the food industryFirst leap as an entrepreneur – co-creating an in-home personal fitness training business with his sisterThe major shift that happened when he attended the initial CTI Fundamentals courseStepping away from his CTI leadership role to answer the calling to work with men Developing the IAM program – Integrated Adult Man
Lisa Dadd spent 15 years in the competitive industry of corporate healthcare, mastering strategic sales, marketing and management skills, with the world's largest pharmaceutical company.  In addition to the success, climbing the corporate ladder revealed a deep sense her greatest potential was yet to be realized.  It took eight years as an independent consultant, and an intense training in leadership development and social emotional learning, to uncover an innate way to access that potential.After a complimentary Reiki session where Lisa realized she had been closing herself off to experiences and opportunities, she let go of past attachments, started listening to her life and following the signs that were popping up for her. In This Episode:Walking away from a successful corporate careerExperiencing different healing modalities for the first timeBecoming unattached to knowing an answer or understanding somethingDriving cross country with her dog – 12 timesFiguring out her purposeA coming back together – using her business background in a different waySoul Sales: teaching people to understand who they are and their natural approach to things in a sales situationThe seven different archetypes in soul languageDigging deeper into energy spectrums
Mark S. Babbitt is a speaker, author, blogger, culture architect, executive coach, and career mentor. He serves as President of WorqIQ and CEO and Founder of YouTern. His new book, written with S. Chris Edmonds, is titled Good Comes First: How Today's Leaders Create an Uncompromising Company Culture That Doesn't Suck.Finding himself a single father of four overnight, learn how Mark became a good father, successful entrepreneur, and discovered his purpose to make the workplace a better place.In This Episode:A life lesson learned from being raised in a small townCoaching baseball for 35 years: fostering family and creating a cultureSense of urgency vs. sense of outrageFinding himself a single father of fourRealizing he could be a good father AND an entrepreneurLeaving Silicon Valley and moving to the mountainsSetting a precedent to be a family-oriented businessFulfilling his purpose to make the workplace a better placeThe writing and titling of “Good Comes First”
Vern Smith is a nationally lauded expert in Medicaid, Medicare, state budgets, and trends in the healthcare marketplace. He has authored numerous reports on current issues in Medicaid and state strategies for containing health care costs and improving quality.In this intimate interview, Bryan’s father-in-law Vern shares incredible stories of what he calls "the little things" that happened throughout his years that contributed to him living a life he never could have imagined.In This Episode:The shaping of self-image at an early ageThe impactful examples set by his parentsThe importance of travel to a person’s educationGrowing up and experimenting in a different eraTen cans of SpamChanging college majors 5 timesAn unexpected medical diagnosis that actually opened the door to his lifelong careerServing the public as a health economist and Medicaid DirectorContinuing his service in a consulting role after retirementThe significance of the words on a plaque that used to hang in his father’s officeThe little shift that led to Vern meeting his wife of 55 years, Paula
Drew Neisser is the founder of Renegade and CMO Huddles. Uniquely wired as both strategist and writer, Drew has helped dozens of CMOs unleash their inner renegade and told the stories of over 450 marketers via his podcast Renegade Marketers Unite, his Ad Age column and two books. Drew's self-imposed commitment to the discipline of writing left him needing something to write about. Hundreds of interviews with CMOs later, he's found the most purposeful work of his career and believes that a courageous, artful, thoughtful and scientific marketing strategy can make the world better.In This Episode:Growing from little Andy Neisser into Drew NeisserThe clever way Drew landed his first job at an advertising agencyWorking his way through different traditional advertising agencies Living with ADD Drew’s secret to happiness and pleasant attitudeHow making the commitment to write regularly led to interviewing hundreds of CMOsEverything that evolved from interviewing all those CMOsThe forming of CMO Huddles
Dan Gingiss is an international keynote speaker and coach who believes that a remarkable customer experience is your best sales and marketing strategy. Dan's first job out of college was a marketing position. What he realized was creating the ultimate customer experience - being observant and treating the customer the same way you like to be treated, is the best marketing strategy of all.In This Episode:Life lessons learned from attending summer campWriting as a form of communicationCommunicating in a way that all people can understandSolving business problems through the customer lensHow to get everyone in an organization to care about the customerTreating employees and customers as our most important assetHow small businesses can create the ultimate customer experienceThere are no one size fits all solutions
Angus Nelson is a man on a mission: to help ambitious men find a life of meaning and purpose, free from the constraints of limitations imposed by others or self. He helps men create lives they've always wanted. As an entrepreneur, Angus endured the pain of burnout, addiction, and divorce as the gut-wrenching consequences of neglect in his own mental-health, self-awareness, and humility.Once Angus found the courage to seek counseling and dive into the right books, he made the mindshift to come from a place of internal happiness and transformed his life.In This Episode:Transforming your life by reading the right thingsFinding the courage to see a counselorFinding fulfillment within and not from thingsParadox and polarityRelease taking it personallyQuest to go outside your “box” so you can growLearning how to receive
David Taylor-Klaus reintroduces successful entrepreneurs and senior executives to their families. He challenges leaders and their teams to reach their highest levels of performance in their professional and personal lives.Burned out and frustrated, David shifted the language he used to talk to himself, reconnected with who he is and what he wanted, and now coaches successful entrepreneurs and senior executives to live wildly fulfilling lives. In This Episode:Rebelling against what he had created because he thought it was what he should doReconnecting to his core and what he actually wantedBeing mindful of the internal saboteur and the two-year child insideReintroducing successful entrepreneurs and senior executives to their familiesLooking at unwritten rules that are running our lifeDeep values clarificationStop trying to power through burnoutSeeing the world as we are
Kvon Tucker is the CEO & Co-founder of Consciously, a collective centered on the idea that the more you live your life on purpose, the more good you create for yourself and others.Learn how being nudged to attend a 3-day course on coaching training became life transformational for Kvon and led him to the purpose filled path he is on today.In this episode:Receiving the nudge to go to coaching trainingFinding his life purposeCreating Consciously, a channel to do coaching work Enjoying the journeyThe opportunities that came from pursuing more purposeful workWhat makes a leader a better leader?Developing a purpose statementLearning to be loving leaders who accept and appreciate the differences of people Kvon’s vision for the future of Consciously
Christie Mann is a best-selling author, executive coach, learning consultant, speaker, and meditation teacher who designs, delivers and facilitates transformational content and experiences.Learn how signing up for a coaching course early in her career led Christie to deep transformational work on how to look inside and be more of who she truly is.In This Episode:An early career decision that turned out to be a big shiftThe reframing of what was possible in leadershipDoing the deep transformational workConscious communication and listeningTaking responsibility for developing yourselfRevisiting childhood trauma and wounds and healing themCreating the character Lil SassLeaving an impact
Kate Bradley Chernis is the Founder & CEO of Lately, the only social media management platform that creates content FOR you with the power of A.I.As a former marketing agency owner, Kate initially created the idea for Lately out of spreadsheets for then-client, Walmart, and got them a 130% ROI, year-over-year for three years.Kate spent years using her voice to make a living. Once she found her voice, she said goodbye to hostile work environments and made the choice to work for herself. In This Episode:Reading the roomThe power of silenceThe importance of believing someone when they tell you something is wrongWorking in a toxic environmentReverse engineering a businessHow Lately works 
Jennifer Quinn, known by her followers as JennyQ, is a podcaster, digital marketing expert, live-streaming pro and champion of her life story. She helps companies Be Seen with compelling video-driven content. Now, she's using those talents to help individuals Be Seen with resources to transform their life.Learn how JennyQ’s life transformed once she found one safe person to tell her story to and truly felt ‘seen’ for the first time.In This Episode:How JennyQ and Bryan’s friendship beganFinding that one safe person to open up toHiding part of ourselves away as a coping mechanism for childhood traumaFeeling tremendous emotional impact after the death of her motherRealizing she needed help and committing to itLearning self-care and to nurture yourselfLosing half her body weight
As a consultant, Stephanie Cenedella works with individuals to define and weave storyline into a powerful offer. She serves individuals, entrepreneurs, teams and executives to pull themselves out of the margins, to fast track the most profound authentic stories into profits.Learn how Stephanie turned the lens on herself, tapped into her personal story, and now uses that experience combined with her branding and marketing background to help others define and weave storyline into a powerful offer.In This Episode:Making the shift from the profit-based space to the purpose-based spaceStepping away from a lucrative business and stepping into her truthFinding out as a teen her dad was a closeted gay manOwning our voiceRolling the red carpet out of our story
Lynn Smith is a National Media Expert, NBC News, MSNBC and CNN Headline News anchor alum, and a Storyteller.Learn how Lynn made one choice that completely transformed her career and personal life, and in doing so found her joy.In This Episode:The transition from TV news anchor to national media expertGrowing into the role of a storytellerListen and learnChoosing youSaying your weakness out loud
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