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The EntreLeadership Podcast

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Hosted by Ken Coleman, the EntreLeadership Podcast features lively discussions and tips on leadership and business by some of the top minds in the business, like Mark Cuban, Seth Godin, Jim Collins and Simon Sinek.

Hosted by Ken Coleman, the EntreLeadership Podcast features lively discussions and tips on leadership and business by some of the top minds in the business, like Mark Cuban, Seth Godin, Jim Collins and Simon Sinek.
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Hosted by Ken Coleman, the EntreLeadership Podcast features lively discussions and tips on leadership and business by some of the top minds in the business, like Mark Cuban, Seth Godin, Jim Collins and Simon Sinek.




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#271: Shawn Achor—Big Potential

Researcher and New York Times best-selling author Shawn Achor returns to share some stunning new research on success, happiness and how to reach your full potential. Here’s a hint: You can’t do it alone. Instead, it is determined by how we complement, contribute to, and benefit from the abilities and achievements of people around us. Shawn has worked with over a third of the Fortune 100 companies, as well as the NFL, the NBA, the Pentagon and the White House. His talks have taken him to more...


#270: Dan Cable—Alive at Work

If you’ve ever felt bored or less than inspired at work, Dan Cable, professor of organizational behavior at the London Business School, has good news: Your problem is biological, not motivational. Sure, that may sound a bit alarming at first, but the scientific explanation is rather simple—as is the solution. Tune in as Dan shares three easy ways to reactivate a crucial part of our brain called the seeking system so we can feel more motivated, more purposeful, and more alive at...


#269: Cheryl Bachelder—Dare to Serve

In 2007, when Cheryl Bachelder took over as CEO of Popeyes Louisiana Kitchen, Inc., the company was a mess. Profits were down, stock prices were at an all-time low, and morale had hit rock bottom. She knew her only hope of turning things around was to create a culture of servant leadership. And she was right. By investing in her most valuable resource—her team members and franchisees—Cheryl helped Popeyes reach $3.1 billion in revenue by fiscal year-end 2015. Tune in as Cheryl details the...


#268: Adam Grant—Wisdom for Your WorkLife

Psychologist and New York Timesbest-selling author Adam Grant has spent his career studying ways to find more motivation and meaning in life, and he says a great place to start is by looking for purpose at work. Now depending on how you feel about your job, that may be easier said than done, but Adam insists that any one of us can create the job we want. Join us as he details ways to find more fulfillment and satisfaction at work, as well as how to navigate the ever-elusive idea of...


#267: Gary Kelly—Leading Through Tragedy

We’re wrapping up our special bonus content from EntreLeadership Summit with a powerful lesson from Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly on leading his team through the airline’s recent tragedy in April. He offers tremendous insight on the importance of communication and teamwork—and it’s a testimony you’ll likely never forget. Next, a few members of Ramsey Solutions operating board of directors answer questions from our attendees, with topics ranging from core values to the origin of Summit...


#266: Dave Ramsey, Seth Godin, Donald Miller—Live From Summit

We’re coming to you again from EntreLeadership Summit, this time with an outstanding panel discussion featuring Dave Ramsey, Seth Godin and Donald Miller. The powerhouse trio tackles questions from our attendees and addresses tough issues such as managing rapid growth, developing leaders instead of managers, and defining success within your own organization. Their answers are insightful, candid, and straightforward—and a game-changer for sure. Oak Run Associates’ Priya Ghumman, who also...


#265: Dave Ramsey—Live From Summit

We’re continuing our bonus content from EntreLeadership Summit with a lesson from Dave Ramsey on something that affects every single one of us: market disruption. Regardless of the business you’re in, change is the only constant in today’s marketplace. And if you want to survive, complacency is not an option. Tune in as Dave details the three things to avoid if you want to stay a step ahead of your competition. We’ll also hear incredible testimonies from two of this year’s 2,300 Summit...


#264: Alan Mulally—Live From Summit

On today’s bonus episode, we’re taking you to San Antonio, Texas where EntreLeadership Summit is in full swing. We start with Dave Ramsey as he introduces the theme of this year’s event and highlights a powerful and timeless leadership lesson straight from the Alamo. Next, Ramsey Solutions’ own Chris Hogan shares why it’s so important to get your team to think, act and care like you do. Better yet, he will tell you exactly how to get it done in your own business. And then the one and only...


#263: Juliet Funt-Thriving in the Age of Overload

According to WhiteSpace at Work CEO Juliet Funt, oftentimes the key to accomplishing more is to momentarily do less. A strategic pause, what she calls “whitespace,” taken between activities to recalibrate and recuperate can help you reclaim lost productivity, creativity, time—and money. Juliet estimates that mindless busyness (such as pointless meetings, endless emails, redundant reports) costs businesses at least $1 million annually for every 50 employees. Her invaluable advice has helped...


#262: Daymond John—Rise and Grind

Daymond John knows from experience that there is no such thing as a shortcut to the top. The entrepreneur and New York Times best-selling author, who first found success after turning $40 into the six-million-dollar FUBU brand, says the secret to his success is simple: good old-fashioned hard work. But don’t for a minute think that any of it has come easy. Tune in as Daymond shares his advice for outperforming and outhustling everyone else—even when unexpected obstacles like cancer get in...


#261: Daniel Pink-The Science of Perfect Timing

Whether you’re an electrician or an analyst, a brain surgeon or a salesperson, New York Timesbest-selling author Daniel Pink has discovered a universal truth: When we do our work is just as important as howwe do it. Turns out even the brightest minds aren’t at their best at certain times of the day. Luckily, it’s possible to decipher your own patterns of performance—i.e., when you’re at your peak and when, well, you’re not—and then use that information to your advantage. Tune in to find...


#260: Brian Moran—Why Annual Goals Don't Work

If you’re constantly trying to find more hours in the day, New York Timesbest-selling author and leadership consultant Brian Moran might have just the solution: Plan to get more done in 12 weeks than most people get done in an entire year. Sound too good to be true? Not at all, insists Brian, who has helped thousands of clients shift from traditional annualized thinking to what he calls a 12-week year. And the results speak for themselves: increased efficiency, more focus, improved...


#259: Dan Heath—Moments That Change Lives

In a world where we’re all constantly trying to craft experiences—like that of our customers, patients, users, you name it—New York Timesbest-selling author Dan Heath has figured out how to get it right. And it generally doesn’t involve grand gestures or over-the-top gimmicks. The goal, he says, is to concentrate on creating a singular peak moment, otherwise known as the most positive part of any experience. The good news? Doing so is 100% under your control, whether you’re dealing with...


#258: Dr. Nate Regier—The Benefits of Conflict

Dr. Nate Regier believes wholeheartedly in the power and importance of healthy conflict communication—so much so that he built an entire business around it. He’s the co-founder and CEO of Next Element, which works with organizations around the world to help them see conflict as an opportunity to connect with their team members rather than a negative source of unwanted drama. Dr. Regier’s secret weapon is something he calls “compassionate accountability.” And he credits it for increasing...


#257: Cousins Maine Lobster-Pushing Past Fear

After the near overnight success of their first food truck, followed by a winning appearance on ABC’s Shark Tank, Cousins Maine Lobster cofounders Jim Tselikis and Sabin Lomac found themselves in an enviable position. Financially, they had the capability to quickly scale their business—but getting past the fear was easier said than done. Join us to find out how the cousins strategically grew from one food truck to a nationwide franchise, hear the invaluable advice from their Shark...


#256: Joseph Grenny—Hard Talks Made Easier

While the thought of having difficult conversations may fill most of us with dread, business social scientist Joseph Grenny says avoiding conflict is a big mistake. In fact, he says such conversations are absolutely crucial to an organization’s health and overall success. Sure, the stakes are high—and the tension may feel even higher—but ignoring incompetence or bad behavior only creates alienation and a culture of mistrust. Luckily, Joseph shares practical ways to defuse the situation and...


#255: William Vanderbloemen—Investing in Culture

Regardless of the size of your organization or the type of work you do, William Vanderbloemen, CEO and founder of Vanderbloemen Search Group, says intentionally investing in your culture always pays off. Not only does a healthy workplace increase revenue and employee retention, but it also helps create a place that people are happy to come to every day. And the returns on that, as we all know, are endless. Tune in to find out William’s best advice for assessing the health of your own...


#254: Chalene Johnson-The Power of Curiosity

If you use social media to market your business (and really, who doesn’t?), lifestyle and business expert Chalene Johnson says the best way to build your tribe is through something she calls “curiosity marketing.” The goal is to first position yourself as a trusted friend and give your customers just enough information to pique their interest and get them asking questions. That curiosity allows you to engage your customers in an authentic conversation, which then helps create a...


#253: Rachel Hollis—7 Solid Social Media Strategies

Rachel Hollis, best-selling author and CEO of Chic Media, hesitates to call herself a social media expert, although the mega brands she’s worked with—like Disney, Rubbermaid, and Target—would likely beg to differ. Instead she considers herself a tribe-building expert, and her vehicle of choice to do that? Social media. Whether you love it or hate it, social media is here to stay and, if used correctly, is a powerful marketing tool capable of taking your business to the next level. Tune in...


#252: Jen Sievertsen-The Top Marketing Trend Now

In the final installment of this special four-part episode, Jen Sievertsen, chief marketing officer of Ramsey Solutions, explains the best way to spend your marketing dollars now. She says the biggest challenge today is breaking through the overabundance of messages competing for your customer’s attention. Her best advice? Simplify, simplify, simplify. Tune in to find out how it’s done. 7-Day Plan to Triple Your Productivity Want expert help with your...