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THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Amanda Kate. The podcast goes international but this time we are located waaaayyyy down under in Melbourne, Australia. Amanda grew up in Adelaide but spent some formidable years in London where she found herself working in Event Management and Shell International Petroleum Company. The corporate game fed her need for success yet there was so much missing in her life, and marriage. She needed to prioritize motherhood and her children. During this episode, Kate and I have a rather humorous and compelling conversation about her take on spiritual resilience. She explains her journey in seeking to regain the missing portions of ‘self’ and what that looked like. Kate takes us on the journey to healing she endured from naturopaths, Chinese doctors, chiropractors and psychologists. Her emotionally abusive marriage had damaged her, and she wasn’t ready to let it beat her anymore. Additionally, Kate explains to us her training as a kinesiologist, and no, it doesn’t mean the same thing in every country…she’ll explain it better. (lol) She is a Spiritual Seeker, a truth teller, and her inner Sage has an insatiable quest for knowledge, wisdom, and new ways of becoming. Visit www.divinemessyhuman.comfor a link to her book Divine. Messy. Human. Kate’s book recommendations: Anything by Brene’ Brown The Prophet by Kahlil Gibran The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Congressional Fellow John Davis. From failing Community College, to earning a master’s in education from Harvard University. John is a veteran and served multiple combat tours as an Infantry Squad Leader with the 101st Airborne Division. John started working for the US Dept of Veterans Affairs while writing for and coaching student veterans. He has taught everything from incarcerated teenagers to English in Thailand, to American Youth Ninja Warrior. He is the most tattooed person with a Harvard degree. During this episode, John defines Spiritual Resilience in his life and the role it played during tumultuous combat situations. We speak about his book: Combat To College (https://amzn.to/3EsGy8v) and the impact he has working with veterans every day. We discuss the honor he had testifying before Congress as a legislative fellow working with the Student Veterans of America. John helps us understand the need for veterans to continue to operate in nature rather than retreating into the indoors and that PTSD is NOT a permanent diagnosis. Visit www.johnhdaviswriter.comto find out more about John and his mission to help veterans execute the benefits they earned. John’s book recommendation: A Grateful American by Gary Sinise (https://amzn.to/3hRWkC0) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: HEROFRONT takeover. While our podcast doesn’t always focus on the military community, Josh White focuses on the everyday hero stories we wish we could hear more of!! Josh believes in driving the “reach back” philosophy and empowering the voice of his guests and simultaneously letting listeners know they are not alone. Josh is an active duty Master Sergeant with over 17 years of experience, covering 3 career fields and 7 assignments. Josh found himself drinking everyday, isolating in fear, and not living up to his potential to the point he almost lost the battle within, almost taking his own life. During this episode, Josh turns the tables on our host, Nathan Coy, walking us through the all important question of ‘why’. Josh has a unique way of drilling down and personalizing people’s stories. He helps craft amazing stories of everyday courage. This episode was recorded live and in person at the Air Force Sergeant Association’s annual Professional Development Symposium. We thank Josh and the entire Hero Front Community for taking the time to craft this special edition of THE Wartime Leadership Podcast. This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: VETERAN’S DAY SPECIAL!!! While we don’t always focus on the military community, we are both proud U.S. Air Force veterans AND proud Port Dawgs!! This episode will dive into Geoff and I’s history. Where we’ve been, where we met, and a little history about Veteran’s Day. This episode is special because it allows us to show you that two people, with opposing ideological views, can still have a friendship and conversations about those differences. Geoff and I are different in almost EVERY single way, yet our relationship continues to thrive because of the quality of the conversations we have. Sit back and enjoy this special Veteran’s Day episode. This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of ‘Possibility in Action’ Coach Robert Pardi. Robert’s journey started during his childhood and the complicated relationship he had with his alcoholic father. This relationship provided him with invaluable skillsets that included resilience, determination, imagination, flexibility and insightfulness. These skillsets were blended to form his life philosophy of “Possibility in Action" and drove him to author three books. During this episode, Robert and I discuss how he defines Spiritual Resilience in all aspects of his life. Additionally, he introduces us to the love of his life, The woman who would become his wife, Desiree. Roberts navigates us through how two different paths: his finance journey in Abu Dhabu and how Desiree excelled in the MD/Ph.D program at Mt. Sinai of New York City. These two paths eventually formed into one cohesive trail. That’s when the couple was hit with some of the most difficult news a married couple can endure. That news, and the aftereffects led Robert down a path of rediscovery and purpose. Connect with Robert via www.robertpardi.com Robert’s books: Possibility in Action: A Journey to an Intentional Life (https://amzn.to/3NOwriE) A Pimby Tale: An Adventure in Imagination (https://amzn.to/3hoDNNC) Chasing Life: The Remarkable Story of Love, Joy and Achievement Against All Odds (https://amzn.to/3NKIY6p) Robert’s book recommendations: Touching The Void by Joe Simpson (https://amzn.to/3NMxuj5) Man’s Search For Meaning by Victor Frankle (https://amzn.to/3aDStFB) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of U.S. Air Force Chaplain, First Lieutenant David Eudy. David serves in the U.S. Air Force Reserve Command and is currently assigned to Columbus AFB, Mississippi. He serves all Department of Defense members and families across a large geographic area. He assists with projects, worship services weekly activities, and other spiritual care events. Additionally, he serves as the Character Development Officer within the Civil Air Patrol Chaplain Corp. He is endorsed by the North American Mission Board with the Southern Baptist Convention as a missionary for the military. He has served in various church ministries with his wife, Rachel. He serves as a worship leader, guitarist, and young adults paster at his home church, Journey Church of Summerville, SC. During this episode, my friend David and I have an in-studio discussion about how he defines Spiritual Resilience in all aspects of his life. David opens up about the stresses of his position and balancing his military commitment with his civilian obligation managing a local South Carolina plant nursery. He discusses his obligation in serving the military community and ensuring their spiritual wellbeing while not compromising his faith. He lives out his own daily mission of being a “Chaplin to all, but a servant of one”. David’s book recommendations: The Meaning of Marriage by Tim Keller (https://amzn.to/3DLMc6s) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Kim Hamer. On April 16, 2009, Kim watched her 44-yr-old husband take his last breath. During his illness and after his death, she was amazed by the helpful ways their coworkers, bosses, friends, and family supported them. She started calling their kind actions "acts of love." After his death, Kim, noticed that managers received no guidance when navigating cancer or death on their teams. She saw how their lack of helpful tools and guidance was costly. It negatively affected employee engagement, increased turnover rates, and lowered productivity. Kim set out to change that. Combining her personal experience with her professional knowledge/leadership skills, Kim launched 100 Acts of Love, a consultancy that provides tools to help leaders increase team productivity, trust, and engagement when cancer affects the whole team member. She is the author of 100 Acts of Love: A Girlfriend's Guide to Loving Your Friend through Cancer or Loss (https://amzn.to/3z8isxH), which is filled with effective ways to support an employee, friend, or coworker. She's an HR consultant and sought-after public speaker. During this episode, Kim helps us define spiritual resilience as she lives it out daily in her life. We have a truly amazing and lighthearted conversation centered around cancer and the untimely death of her best friend, her husband and how she led her family through the hardest periods of their lives. Visit www.100actsoflove.com/to make contact with Kim and her team. Kim’s book recommendations: The Four Agreements by Don Ruiz (https://amzn.to/3zabVTq) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of *** Agent Randy Lamar. Randy is retired military, having served in both the U.S. Army and Air Force, in addition to serving as a federal agent. The conflicts and the locations he was asked to serve, prepared him for the next phase of life. Randy is responsible for the safety and security for Gateway Fellowship and its 9 campus locations throughout the greater San Antonio, Texas megaplex. He validates security procedures, protocol and training for each location and the team members at each location. Randy has a huge heart for the broken, especially those suffering from PTSD and has driven him to serve as a lay-pastor for a faith-based recovery ministry. He uses his testimony and spiritual resilience to help others overcome their trauma and navigate closure to a personal relationship with God. During this episode, I have an amazing conversation with a close friend. Randy and I discuss his definition of spiritual resilience and how his experiences cultivated the man he is today…healed. We discuss several key components that helped him refocus his mission and how helping others has become the greatest challenge he has undertaken. This conversation goes from hurt, pain and anger on and off the battlefield to healing, faith and testimony in the church pew. Randy’s book recommendations: Anxious For Nothing by Max Lucado (https://amzn.to/3yLgT8J) Screwtape Letters by C.S. Lewis (https://amzn.to/3D2lZju) Victory Over The Darkness by Neil T. Anderson (https://amzn.to/3S8hKHF) The Bondage Breaker by Neil T. Anderson (https://amzn.to/3T9pryq) The Essential Guide To Spiritual Warfare by Neil T. Anderson (https://amzn.to/3TvOrzX) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of comedian Dennis Gaxiola. Dennis is one of America’s funniest clean comedians. He is the son of a preacher and a proud retired member of the United States Air Force. He has over 20 National Television appearances, including Comedy Central’s Laffapalooza with Jamir Foxx, Stand up Revolution with Gabriel Iglesias, STARZ Network’s First Amendment Stand Up, TBN’s Praise The Lord Comedy Specials, Show Time at the Apollo, BET’s Comic View, Que Locos and legendary member of the Latin Kings of Comedy tour. During this special BIRTHDAY episode, I have an amazing conversation with an intensely funny man. Dennis has made millions laugh with his clean and different approach to making people laugh. We discuss his definition of spiritual resilience and how his faith is tested nightly while performing within an industry not known to support clean performances. Dennis walks us through his background and experiences he witnessed while serving in the US Air Force and how he continues to give back to a community he cares deeply for. Watch Dennis’ latest Comedy Special “Bible School Dropout” at drybarcomedy.com/dennisgaxiola For website and booking information visit comediandennis.net/ Dennis’ book recommendation: Sonship by James Jordan (https://amzn.to/3ViD4Nu) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of the bounce back expert, Sylvester Jenkins the third. Sylvester is a speaker, mental health advocate, retired Army veteran and author of several books including my favorite, From Combat to Comeback: How To Conquer The Battles of Adversity(https://amzn.to/3V30aY3). Sylvester is on a mission to empower the next generation to rise above their obstacles and unleash their inner warrior. He wears many hats including: husband, father of four, retired Army First Sergeant, fitness enthusiast, self-published author, and a true mental health advocate. Sylvester knows what it means to be resilient through ALL that life throws at him. He grew up in a low-income single-parent home influenced by gang violence in a overrun drug-infested neighborhood. During this episode, Sylvester walks us through his definition of Spiritual resilience while not becoming a product of his environment. During this amazing conversation he explains how he went from the projects to bestselling author and how a person’s start DOES NOT determine where they finish.  “We go to battle each and everyday…on a daily basis”. Sylvester’s book recommendation: Start With Why by Simon Sinek (https://amzn.to/3C92ODf) The Battlefield of the Mind (https://amzn.to/3Cu5Q69) The High Performance Habits (https://amzn.to/3Ef7euW) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Harriet Tubman’s 3rd cousin, David Alston. David’s story reads like a true Hollywood script. David was born Edward Bright. He was adopted at 7 months only to discover, as an adult, that he was not adopted but was abducted by his “adoptive” mother. David knew he was adopted but struggled with his true identity. Who was his mother and who was he? Upon discovering his biological family, David discovered that his biological grandmother and Harriet Tubman were first cousins. This discovery gave new life and meaning to his life and explained his drive and determination to lead people from sorrow and pain and inspire them to understand that anything is possible. David has spoken to individuals, and he has spoken to groups of thousands. David is determined to use wisdom, experiences, and his voice to free others from bondage and lead them to freedom and purpose. During this episode, David walks us through his definition of Spiritual resilience while taking us on a story book journey of his life. He has over 35-years of experiences as an educator, motivational speaker and public figure. David is the host of The Underground Subway (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/the-underground-subway/id1518921057). Finally, David is the author of “Blood, Sweat  and Cheers” and “Son of Another Mother…the Struggle of Adoption”. David’s book recommendation: The 5 Second Rule by Mel Robbins (https://amzn.to/3dKMG2t) Stillness Is The Key by Ryan Holiday (https://amzn.to/3BMbRK6) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Hurricane Harvey Hero Ashlee Leppert. Ashlee is a veteran with 14 years of active-duty service in the U.S. Coast Guard. Her primary duty was serving as an avionics electrical technician and flight mechanic instructor. Ashlee represented her crew well when she was invited to The State of the Union by request of President Trump. Ashlee is the author of “The Hurricane Within” (https://amzn.to/3Uk3XzY) which was written in hopes of inspiring others who might be navigating their own challenges and shows how faith as a Christian has been a firm foundation in Ashlee’s life. During this episode, Ashlee and I have an amazing conversation about how she defines Spiritual Resilience in her life and what that looks like. She explains the physical and emotional battles she dealt with while working feverishly during the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey. We talk about the State of the Union experience, as well as, how her leadership style has developed through years of struggle. Thank you, Ashlee, for a very incredible peak behind the curtain of your life and struggles and how you continue to rely on your relationship with God to navigate those struggles. Ashlee’s Book Recommendation: Winning The War In Your Mind by Craig Groeschel (https://amzn.to/3BtTc5F)  Visit her website at: ashleeleppert.com This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: The Wartime Leadership Podcast All episodes are available at thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and wartime-leadership.com A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Joe Rockey, Jr. Joe is a business creator who continues to make countless opportunities happen. Joe went to Duquesne University in Pittsburgh where he double majored in accounting and finance. Knowing that sales are the key to every business, he worked a variety of commissioned based sales positions throughout the beginning stages of his career. From being awarded the office’s “rookie of the year” he quickly followed it up with the title of “underclassman of the year.” Joe knows sales. His revenue streams continue to grow as he now focuses on performing landlord services by locating and researching investment opportunities for his client index. During this episode, Joe helps us understand how he defines Spiritual Resilience and how he builds it in a variety of ways in his life. Joe talks to us about his podcast “Father and Joe” (https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/father-and-joe/id1201053379?mt=2) where he engages in real-world conversations with Father Boniface Hicks, a sought-after retreat master and spiritual director and acclaimed author. Joe talks to us about the ultimate goal of the podcast being a guide to helping help individuals get back to church, regardless of the faith you hold. Join us for a fun and enlightening conversation. Joe Rockey Jr’s book recommendation: Extreme Ownership by Jocko Willink (https://amzn.to/3REhlgJ) The 4-Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss (https://amzn.to/3QEoT1J) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Dr. William Attaway. First off, William has been the lead paster at Southview Community Church in Herndon, Virginia for the last 17 years. He is a John Maxwell Team certified speaker, coach and trainer. He has taught courses at several institutions including Washington University of Virginia and Itawamba Community College. He holds a Ph.D. in Old Testament with an emphasis in Biblical Backgrounds and Archaeology. Additionally, William is the Founder and CEO of Catalytic Leadership, LLC where he focused on helping leaders grow through intentionality and coaching by replacing their current habits and grow towards greater effectiveness and impact. During this episode, Dr. Attaway walks us through his definition of Spiritual Resilience. He helps us understand how it helps him navigate leading a church and the stressors associated with being responsible with the spiritual resilience of a large church congregation. William defines catalyst as “an agent that provokes or speeds significant change or action.” This definition drove him to question why there are not more catalytic leaders and the discovery process led to authoring his second book, Catalytic Leadership. He breaks down 12 leadership points that are transferable from the boardroom to the educator’s classroom. Dr. Attaway and I have a very meaningful conversation that had a significant impact on upcoming decision my family will be making. Head over to Dr. Attaway’s website (https://catalyticleadership.net/) for more information about how he can help you and your team develop into catalytic leaders. Additionally, head over to https://www.catalyticleadershipbook.com/for a free copy of his book (you will only pay for shipping and handling). Dr. Attaway’s book recommendation: The Count of Monte Cristo by Alexandre Dumas ( https://amzn.to/3Bcp0wN) 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John Maxwell ( https://amzn.to/3wY94fe ) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
***Original audio was for a previous episode. Audio has been updated with Carrie Schmidt. Sorry for the initial misunderstanding*** THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of the glass ceiling shattering Carrie Schmidt. Carrie is the founder and CEO of Infinite SOULutions, LLC, where she puts the SOUL in SOULutions. Her goal is to transform lives both personally and professionally. Carrie is a dynamic and influential though leader and motivational speaker. With the ability to quickly connect she has the ability to captivate your mind, motivate your heart and awaken your soul she helps to empower you to gain clarity on your purpose, overcome limiting beliefs, and have the courage to act on your dreams. After a journey of researching fundamental psychology, neuroscience, and quantum physics Carrie authored the book “Behind The Screen” (purchase here: https://amzn.to/3cxJTZI) where she lays out the powerful “7-Step Life Timeline System of Transformation” where she breaks down unconscious behavior patterns, suppressed emotions, and not letting things limit your growth! This episode was so much funny to conduct. The back-and-forth banter was a blast. Carrie has a naturally excited and fun personality that is easy to gel with. During this episode, Carrie defines what and how spiritual resilience resonates in her life and the science behind spirituality. She explains how she was capable of destroying the glass ceiling of an industry normally dominated by males. She explains what drove her as she skyrocketed to the top of the executive ladder and the battles, she faced that were fighting to hold her back from her destiny. Visit Carrie’s website at: www.carrie-schmidt.com/ This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of U.S. Marine Corp Veteran Alundas Havens. Alundas served as an Operations and Training Chief with the Marines where he oversaw and coached 200 Marines on a daily basis. He overhauled the entire Customer Service Department making massive changes to better operate. Now, located in California, Alundas is the CEO and Founder of The Winners Paradigm Consulting Company. In this capacity he coaches clients on recalibrating their mindset and fostering techniques to help people transition their mindset. He is the host of a podcast, The Winners Paradigm (thewinnersparadigm.com/) and a moderator for Alpha Podcasts. During this episode, Alundas walks us through his definition of Spiritual Resilience how his leadership perspective has changed while serving in the Marines to now helping industry leaders change their perspective. Alundas served honorably but experienced a lot in life. From his father having a child right after his own daughter was born to feeling underappreciated by those around him. He stands firm on transactional method of leadership even within his family. Aludas’ book recommendations: The One Thing by: Gary Keller ( https://amzn.to/3R08DZl ) The Wim Hoff Method by Wim Hoff ( https://amzn.to/3wobxPM ) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: The Wartime Leadership Podcast All episodes are available at thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and wartime-leadership.com A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Podcast Legend Tripp Bodenheimer…the third. Tripp is a legend to me because of the amount of mentorship he has provided me over the course of starting this podcast and the development phase of our beginnings. Tripp is a Senior Noncommissioned Officer with the United States Air Force. He is an instructor with the Enlisted Professional Military Education Instructor Course. He has dedicated his professional career with building up and helping people. This passion has developed into the format for his podcast The Shadows (www.theshadowspodcast.com) where he has created a forum for people to own the dark moments in their lives and step out of their shadow and help people heal. During this episode, Tripp defines what and how spiritual resilience resonates in his life. He walks us through the shadowed moment he carried with him for years. During a time when Tripp was traversing some of the most difficult circumstances, he gives perspective for how to use those moments to build up others around you. Tripp has dominated through his pain to rise from the shadows. Tripp’s book recommendations: The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho (https://amzn.to/3Aq3fsQ) How To Be Perfect by Michael Schur (https://amzn.to/3prnlN2) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Poet Through the Pain Andrea ‘Drea’ Conn. Drea is a senior noncommissioned officer in the United States Air Force. but has now become a first-time author with the release of her book “SEEDS OF A SUNFLOWER: Poems of Growth”( https://amzn.to/3SFjIkm ). Her love of poetry has drawn her to do spoken word starting in Texas, where she participated in ‘Poetry on the Patio’ and ‘Beatstreet’ to now performing all over the world. With her adulthood journey of 19 years, she has experienced plenty and has dealt with anxiety and P.T.S.D, but that hasn’t stopped her from producing poems as a form of therapy. During this episode, Drea defines what and how spiritual resilience resonates in her life. She walks us through how poetry saved her life. During a time when Drea was traversing some of the most difficult circumstances and they started compounding on one another. Drea turned to poetry to navigate back to a level of sanity. She found her resilience with poetry through the pain. Dreas book “SEEDS OF A SUNFLOWER: Poems of Growth” can be found at https://amzn.to/3SFjIkm Drea’s book recommendations: “What Got You Here Won’t Get You There: How successful people become even more successful” by  Marshall Goldsmith (https://amzn.to/3QMs3kv) This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of Conner Brew. Conner is a Marine Corps veteran serving as an intelligence and language specialist for just over four years. After leaving the Marines he has continued to serve as a SIGINT program manager with the Virginia National Guard. He has experience as a senior targeting analyst, data scientist, and now as a product architect with WillowTree. Perhaps the GREATEST mission Conner has undertaken since exiting the Marine Corps has been as the Director of Community Outreach at MVMNT Church in Carlottesville, Virginia. During this episode, Conner defines what spiritual resilience has and continues to look like in his life. He explains why he finds it repulsive to misuse scripture out of context to support a person’s agenda. Conner walks us through how he was diagnosed with persistent depressive disorder after attempting suicide while stationed at Goodfellow AFB, TX. He spent over 1 month in an in-patient facility. Being determined to show depression who was boss, Conner sought the help he saw other Marines and Army brothers and sisters finding while seeking purpose in the cross. He has worked to create a culture of love everywhere he goes, even the mission field in his backyard. Conner’s book recommendations: The 360 Degree Leader by John Maxwell https://amzn.to/3OStfRU The Third Option: Hope for a Racially Divided Nation by Miles McPherson https://amzn.to/3Q8djvO This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
THE Wartime Leadership Podcast: The Resiliency of cancer survivor Brandi Benson. Brandi is a U.S. Army veteran and author of the book “The Enemy Inside Me: A Young Soldier’s Unexpected Battle With Cancer” (https://amzn.to/3z7Zdna). She was twenty-four years old and was a few months into her first deployment. While working out she identified a lump inside her thigh. That lump was identified as a rare and aggressive form of cancer known as Ewing sarcoma. Brandi is a writer, speaker, entrepreneur, survivor, outspoken mental health advocate, and founder and CEO of www.resume-advantage.com During this episode, Brandi defines how spiritual resilience is set on display in her life. While navigating some of life’s greatest challenges can be difficult, some people are just built to survive. Brandi has survived time after time. From her mom fighting to feed and provide for her family to starting a company aimed at helping advance the careers of veterans, Brandi has overcome The Enemy Inside. Check out https://brandilbenson.com/and www.resume-advantage.com Pick up a copy of Brandi’s book at https://amzn.to/3z7Zdna This show's episode is brought to you by SuccessDraft.com where we help turn your dreams into drafted plans. Be sure to like / follow / share / review us on: Instagram: Wartime_Leadership YouTube: Wartime Leadership Twitter: @WLeadershop Facebook: Wartime Leadership All episodes are available at http://www.thewartimeleadershippodcast.com and http://www.wartime-leadership.com Be sure to rate and review each episode. A special thanks to the second half of the show's talent, the show's producer G. Fraser from www.369sounddesign.com. --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/message Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/wartime-leadership/support
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