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Path For Growth exists to help impact-driven leaders step into who they were created to be SO THAT others may benefit and God may be glorified. www.pathforgrowth.com
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So often people think they have a time management problem, when in reality they have a time leadership problem. In today's episode we go over 4 tactics to help you proactively respond to the precious and finite resource of time. Download today's shownotes here. Our whole team is rooting for you. We want to see you win! Remember,  my strength is not for me; your strength is not for you; our strength is for service.Remember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and FacebookResources: 5 Actions For Creating An Expansionary Vision
Bryan Miles is a successful entrepreneur, husband, father, backpacker, mountain climber, mentor, and writer. In addition, he’s the Co-Chair and Co-Founder of BELAY. He and his wife, Shannon, are proud Co-Owners. Bootstrapping their business with no outside funding, the company has generated over $100M in revenues since its beginning and has exploded to over one thousand team members – all of whom work from home. Without an office, BELAY has graced the Inc. 5000 list six times and was awarded the number one spot in Entrepreneur Magazine’s Best Company Culture and been featured in several top-tier media outlets over the years.Additionally, outside of BELAY, Bryan & Shannon own a craft brewing company (NoFo Brew Co) and they own an advisory company that helps successful business owners own their companies, not run them (Own Not Run).This week Bryan joins Alex in a conversation that revolves around the idea that ego creates followers, but stewardship creates leaders. If you want to grow, you have to learn to trust others enough to delegate responsibility, if you want to start owning your business, you need start doing the things that only you can do. Bryan: Instagram, LinkedInBelay: Instagram, LinkedInOwn Not Run: Instagram, LinkedInNoFo Brew Co: InstagramResources mentioned in this episode: Book: Leadership On The LineWorkout: 1500 Remember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share! Sign up for the newsletter Join us on Instagram and Facebook
Have you ever heard a rant that resonates deep in your soul? If not, you’re about to. There’s nothing wrong with a well-timed and thought out rant. We rant about what makes us angry, and we get angry about what we care about. Everyone needs to hear this. Here's the principle: There's a massive difference between self-improvement and selfish improvement. Our whole team is rooting for you. We want to see you win! Remember,  my strength is not for me; your strength is not for you; our strength is for service.Remember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
Defining the theme for your year is the practice we're focusing on in today's content episode. Impact-driven leaders are intentional; they are not passive and reactive.  So we're jumping into 2021 with intentionality and focus. We're going to define a specific word to characterize the year and use it as a filter for our brain to categorize the things we are learning and areas we are growing in. Here are some actional steps for today's content: Set a deadlineRoot your word in something meaningful Choose a word that makes you excited and uncomfortableFind people to hold you accountableAlign your habits with your wordFocus on your theme on 01/04/20 1:00-2:30 PM CST, we're hosting a free Personal Path For Growth Workshop to help walk you through a 5 step process on building habits and a vision plan that supports your word. If you are interested in joining, please send an email to Layne@pathforgrowth.comOur whole team is rooting for you. We want to see you win! Remember,  my strength is not for me; your strength is not for you; our strength is for service.Remember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and FacebookResources mentioned in this episode: Your Plans: God's PlansTim Keller Message
If something with more than one person involved works effectively over an extended period of time, there are always leadership lessons to be learned. This episode is a rollercoaster because we're going from laughing and joking to things that are really serious all thrown into one episode. As goofy as this episode sounds, there are some important leadership actions that we address in today's episode.  What can we learn from Santa that will help us be more effective leaders? Set an Audacious VisionUnderstand that Massive Results Demand Intentional PreparationListen Intentionally to the CustomerRecognize and Reward Good BehaviorDelegate EffectivelyDelight in Your RoleKeep Your Spouse InvolvedHave a Reputation of GenerosityMaintain an Abundance MentalityOur whole team is rooting for you. We want to see you win! Have a very, very Merry Christmas, and always remember,  my strength is not for me, your strength is not for you, our strength is for service.Remember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
2020 was a crazy experience and there are people out there that will say "well, there's always value in experience." But that's not true. There's value in evaluated experience. We extract the value of  the experience that we've had, when we take the time to intentionally, purposefully, and thoughtfully evaluate it. If you are like most entrepreneurs and leaders, you could suffer from blind optimism and the result causes dissonance because reality differs from your expectation.To end 2020 well, we need to evaluate our wins and failures and examine our expectations. This episode will serve as a guide to give you the clarity you need the close out the year and prepare for 2021. Download the accompanying workbook pdf hereRemember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
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How To Find Freedom

How To Find Freedom

2020-12-0135:47

We're doing something a little bit different on today's podcast.  Over the course of the past couple of months, we've seen a trend. Leaders and business owners feel like they are trapped by the thing that they're building. That's a scary place to be. Have you ever been there before, or maybe you're there right now where you feel trapped, you feel constrained, you feel contained?Today's episode is a message that Alex preached at cornerstone church on the topic of finding freedom. Because so often, the way that we experience freedom is directly related to the place that we choose to find it.Remember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
Practicing Gratitude

Practicing Gratitude

2020-11-2443:34

2020 has been a rough year for a lot of people, but that doesn't mean you can't find practice gratitude. Practicing gratitude has been proven to physiologically help people who are stressed, distressed, and even depressed. In today's episode, we're going to go over 7 intentional questions to help you engage in meaningful, intentional, deliberate gratitude. 1.  An area  you were able to grow in2. A relationship you were able to build3. A lesson you were able to learn4. The trials you were able to face5. The season  you are currently in6. An experience you got to have7. The thing you just can’t explain or shouldn’t* have happened Remember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
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Seth Godin joins Alex in this week's Path for Growth conversation to talk about creative work, authenticity, how to find your ideal customer, and his newest book The Practice.Seth is the author of 20 books that have been bestsellers around the world and have been translated into more than 35 languages. He’s also the founder of the altMBA and The Akimbo Workshops, online seminars that have transformed the work of thousands of people.Seth's book the practice can be found at: www.trustyourself.comYou can also subscribe to Seth's blog at: www.seths.blogRemember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
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 If you are the owner and CEO of your organization, or if you are the intern in an organization, I guarantee you, what we're going to talk about today can apply to you where you're at. Oftentimes the larger an organization becomes, the less we think about our work as a contribution. But in reality, if your work isn't a contribution, if it's not driving some outcome, if it's not pointed towards some results, then all you're doing is filling a seat.To be intentional about contributions, we're going to focus on three contributions the impact-driven leader should be focused on: A Compelling Vision No one follows a leader who doesn’t know where they’re going.Good leaders catch a vision. Great leaders cast vision, life-changing leaders coach vision.An Environment of Unity Recognition and encouragement have to be a priority.Repetition of the mission, vision, and values.Every team member should know and agree on: Why does the business exist? Where is this business going? What does this business stand for? A Framework For Accountability And Support Properly set expectations and regularity communicate Unspoken expectations create front-loaded resentment Expectations without accountability are useless Accountability without expectations is miserable Five questions that will help you provide accountability and support: What is your top priority right now? What does winning look like? What are the blockers that are getting in the way? How can I help with those blockers? When should we follow up? Remember to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
Scaling a business is more about managing people than it is about managing projects and getting work done. You've got to become an effective people manager to build a great organization. In today's episode, we talk with Chris Ronzio from Trainual about managing 500%  growth year over year without losing your culture and selling out. Don't forget to enter the book giveaway by posting a takeaway from one of these episodes to social media and tagging @juddontherun and @pathforgrowthPlease to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
Let's Talk Politics

Let's Talk Politics

2020-10-1228:06

The ability to have a civil conversation is the lifeblood of our democracy. It doesn't matter what political party you align yourself with unless you have principles to back it up. What makes our country work are real people like you who will work every day. Because change does not happen unless leaders take responsibility. Impact-driven leaders take ownership of their sphere of influence and say, "I'm going to do whatever I can to make the situation that I am in just a little bit better." In today's episode, we're going to talk about three actionable steps for leading well in this season.1. Focus more on what you believe in than who you believe in.2. Understand why you believe what you believe.3.  Acknowledge your own imperfection. Don't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
In today's conversation episode today, we sit down with Jason McCarthy who is the CEO and founder of the unbelievable world-class organization called GORUCK."My life was a mess. I had just gotten out of the military, I was going through a divorce from the only love of my life, and the financial crisis was in full swing. My company, GORUCK, was little more than a hobby in the Summer of 2010. I was broke and thought I had nothing to lose, so my dog Java and I hit the open roads to visit all 48 contiguous states, to meet people and get into adventures. I was searching for something, I just didn’t know what. And I found some answers, just not the ones I expected."- Jason McCarthyHow Not To Start A Backpack Company Book Jason McCarthy: IG - Facebook - LinkedInwww.GORUCK.comDon't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
Seize Responsibility

Seize Responsibility

2020-09-2927:59

Impact-driven leaders do not make the mistake of confusing fulfillment with happiness. If you are someone that is pursuing a life that is full, a life that is whole, a life that provides you with fulfillment, then one of the elements of a fulfilled life is what we're talking about today.That element is responsibility. One of the core and essential elements of a fulfilled and whole life is responsibility.Responsibility and denial cannot coexist Responsibility is a choice Responsibility is good To get the show notes for today's episode click here. Don't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share! Sign up for the newsletter Join us on Instagram and Facebook
Order and Chaos

Order and Chaos

2020-09-2221:21

OrderOrder is a sense of order and structure that creates stability. Order in the life of an individual is represented by the habits and rhythms that structure your day (morning routine, making your bed, working out, journaling, diet) Order in the life of a business is the standards, procedures, and systems that create repeatable efficiency (scoreboards, SOP’s, A life with order is consistent and stable. An organization with order is dependable and scalable. As a leader, part of your role is to subdue chaos into order in your organization. ChaosChaos is the sense of uncertainty, creativity, and ambiguity that creates growth. Chaos in the life of an individual is represented by the areas in which you courageously venture into the unknown (solitude, adventure, new project, risk, new relationship) Chaos in the life of a business is any work related to the creative future of the enterprise (strategic planning, vision casting, new projects, risk, BHAGs) A life with chaos can be creative, fresh, and often fun. An organization with chaos can be engaging and entrepreneurial. As a leader, part of your role is to strategically introduce chaos into your life and the organization. The Relationship Are you order, are you chaos, or are you the force that mediates between the two? The impact-driven leader does not avoid the tension between order and chaos. The impact-driven leader wrestles with it.  The day that your life ONLY has order is the day you become complacent. The day your life only has chaos is the day you become inconsistent. Structure, routine, and discipline are the breeding ground for creation Application Questions On a scale of 1-10, if 1 is total order and 10 is total chaos, where are you right now? **Remember the goal is to maintain a manageable level of tension that keeps you consistent and fresh. What are the areas in your life, leadership, or business that are crying out for order? What are the areas of your life, leadership or business that you have earned the ability to strategically introduce chaos? What rhythms and habits will help you wrestle with the tension? Don't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share! Sign up for the newsletter Join us on Instagram and Facebook
This week Alex interviews Shannon Miles who is an adventurous, fun-loving, driven, and passionate leader who loves to see personal growth and development in those she leads. Through her successful career as an entrepreneur as Co-Chair and Co-Founder of BELAY, she has been able to design a life she always dreamed of. She and her husband, Bryan, started this premium staffing company in 2010 serving businesses all over the U.S.Resources mentioned:Good To Great The Third OptionBelay Work From Home GuideHow to Work From Home In One WeekSocial media:Shannon Miles- LinkedIn, Instagram Belay- LinkedIn, Instagram & FacebookOwn Not Run- LinkedIn, Instagram & FacebookDon't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share! Sign up for the newsletter Join us on Instagram and Facebook
A good leader holds people accountable to the standards of others, a great leader holds people accountable to the standard of their potential. Here are three ways you can  hold people accountable to their potential:Commit to the processCommit to the purposeCommit to the personDon't forget to Rate, Review, Subscribe, and Share!Sign up for the newsletterJoin us on Instagram and Facebook
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