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Leadership is Learning. Listen as Dr. Tracey Jones brings her signature wit to discussions focusing on leadership typologies, styles, strategies, and of course, how to apply them today. As her father, Charlie "Tremendous" Jones said best, "You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for two things; the people you meet and the books you read." Disclosure: Tremendous Leadership is part of Amazon's Associates Program. Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links that earn us a commission.Click here to receive a free copy of The Price of Leadership!


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Leadership is Learning. Listen as Dr. Tracey Jones brings her signature wit to discussions focusing on leadership typologies, styles, strategies, and of course, how to apply them today. As her father, Charlie "Tremendous" Jones said best, "You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for two things; the people you meet and the books you read." Disclosure: Tremendous Leadership is part of Amazon's Associates Program. Podcast descriptions may contain affiliate links that earn us a commission.Click here to receive a free copy of The Price of Leadership!






Episode 187 - Bill Keller - Leaders On Leadership

Before living the entrepreneur’s dream, Bill Keller, the founder of Staffing Global, found himself on a rough path along the journey to reach that dream. Although he experienced loneliness on that journey, Bill learned to become comfortable with loneliness. He also explains how alignment with your mission and vision will help you forge forward and persevere through weariness because weariness will always be on the path towards success. Bill also shares how he abandons a dream for others to keep theirs and believes that is what leadership is about. This is an inspiring episode with Bill Keller. So, sit back and relax, and let’s retrace Bill’s journey towards living the entrepreneur’s dream. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 185 - Derek Kilgore - Leaders On Leadership

Leadership is all about embracing both the highs and the lows. This episode’s guest finds comfort in the impact a leader creates through it all. Dr. Tracey Jones engages in a thought-provoking conversation with Derek Kilgore, a grounded leader and financial advisor with Northwestern Mutual. Together, they pull back the curtain on the challenges and triumphs of leadership, discussing topics such as overcoming loneliness, navigating weariness, making strategic decisions about abandonment, and crafting a compelling vision for the future. Derek shares personal experiences and practical insights, emphasizing the importance of meaningful connections, intentional prioritization, and the relentless pursuit of a vision. Whether you're a seasoned leader or aspiring to be one, this episode offers valuable lessons and inspiration to help you on your leadership journey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 186 - Jon Gordon - Leaders On Leadership

The business scene often glorifies the nonstop grind, believing that the only people who succeed are those who do not even take a pause or a break. However, this means they do not have to celebrate their wins and feel gratitude to the people around them. Jon Gordon makes sure that he does not commit this mistake and therefore puts gratefulness and joy as his core values. Joining Dr. Tracey Jones, he explains how gratitude plays a huge role in becoming a positive leader who does not lose sight of their vision. Jon also remembers how he jumped back from a failing cookie venture to launching a successful leadership training program. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 184 - Vicki Glogg - Leaders On Leadership

Finding your inner circles and cultivating those is essential so you don’t have to face the changes or problems alone, and instead, you have a team that supports you. Today on the Tremendous Leadership Podcast, Vicki Glogg, a Licensed Therapist and owner of the NEED Company, expresses the value of building and cultivating the people around you. She reveals that her higher power lifts her and giving herself the grace to find herself, snuffs out the flames of burnout. Vicki also discusses the importance of providing care for those around her. In this inspirational episode, Vicki highlights how Nine Eight Eight Design Company makes a difference. So, tune in to this episode now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 182 - Joan Anderson - Leaders On Leadership

"Success is not measured by how many people serve you but by how many people you serve." For Joan Anderson, that success was not served on a silver platter because it took her great efforts to deliver that success to herself. In this episode, Joan shares how her efforts blossomed into Good Flights, no matter what she faced as a leader. Putting her worldview in place allowed her to combat different problems and stay on course. As we move further into the conversation, Joan reveals the persons who made her stay through her vision. She also takes us into the value Good Flights provide towards animals. So, join Joan Anderson in this episode if you want inspiration to soar higher towards your journey. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 183 - Gloria Riley - Leaders on Leadership

Leadership is a journey that shapes greatness from within. In this episode, we have Gloria Riley to discuss the depths of leadership. She explains the often-overlooked elements of loneliness, weariness, abandonment, and the critical component of vision that shapes true leadership. Explore the impact of burnout, the importance of self-awareness in overcoming feelings of abandonment, and the essence of finding clarity in one's vision and purpose. Gloria emphasizes the need for a pure heart and a servant leadership mentality in fulfilling these callings, drawing insights as well from her book, Imagine, Believe, and Prosper. Tune in now and learn how to become a true leader! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 181 - Darrin Gray - Leaders on Leadership

True leadership is found in the ordinary—a series of small, intentional acts that create an extraordinary impact. In today's episode, Darrin Gray discusses the concept of servant leadership. From loneliness and weariness to the crucial aspects of vision and abandonment, Darrin explores the layers of what it truly takes to lead. He highlights the need to stay true to values while dealing with the complexities of leadership in today's world. He discusses the intersection of spirituality and leadership, and how it can help find hope during difficult times. With his story, passion, and vision, Darrin encourages everyone to be part of something bigger. Tune in now! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 180 - Paget Keller Rhee - Leaders On Leadership

It’s not easy sitting at the top. As leaders, we must deal with many things to exact your vision and fight for your passion and purpose. Today, Paget Keller Rhee, the owner of six BeBalanced Centers, explains how to find your passion and surround yourself with people who remind you of your WHY. Her touching story with foster care reveals how she fought for her passion and purpose, but she learned when to step down from the battle. In this heartfelt conversation with Paget, she lightens the path of how self-care and mental health are important, and that is where BeBalanced Centers supports. Be inspired to climb to the top. Join Paget Keller Rhee in this inspiring episode today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 179 - Gregory Womack - Leaders on Leadership

Despite what we see in the world, leadership is never ruthless. In fact, the best kinds of leaders are those who know how to follow. Gregory Womack has been leading his whole life, in the streets and in all the worldly sense of the world. It took him to go to prison and lose everything to go back into the man God intended him to be. In this episode, Gregory joins Dr. Tracey Jones to share his journey into leadership and how he did not accept his role as a leader until he accepted Christ as Savior. From an authentic Christian-based perspective, Gregory then shares the price for worldly leadership and how to navigate across through the wisdom and grace of God. Be the beacon of light to others as God intended you to be. Let this conversation with Gregory bring you back to the kind of leadership that could only be ordained by God. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 178 - Lt.Gen. (Ret.) Michelle Johnson - Leaders On Leadership

Leadership isn't just about the stars on your shoulders; it's about having the courage to step into the unknown, where you might just learn how to fly. In this inspiring episode, we have Retired Lieutenant General Michelle Johnson to share her journey of breaking barriers in leadership. As the first woman to ever become a Cadet Wing Commander in the U.S. Air Force Academy, she paved the way for future generations of leaders. Today, she dives into the core principles of leadership such as the importance of courage, vision, and managing up. She shares her experiences in managing complex international relationships, navigating the political landscape, and persuading those who hold power. Lt. Gen. Johnson's leadership journey shows how having faith in yourself and your ability to adapt can lead you to new heights. Tune in now! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 177 - Matt Moger - Leaders on Leadership

Leadership's true currency lies not in titles, but in the priceless relationships we nurture along the way. This episode features a remarkable guest, Matthew Moger, to discuss the fascinating world of relational real estate. Matthew's book, "The Book on Relational Real Estate," is more than a guide; it's an eye-opener to the human side of real estate. More than that, Matthew also touches on the surprising twists and turns of leadership, emphasizing the power of humility and relationships. Join us in exploring how leadership and real estate intersect and how these principles can shape your path, both personally and professionally. Tune in now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 176 - Dr. Lee Hardin - Leaders on Leadership

Leadership is a journey of shared vision. In this episode, we dig deeper into the community value of leadership with our exceptional guest, Lee Hardin. Drawing from his extensive military experience, Lee shares his leadership's core principles, emphasizing the importance of self-awareness and the art of balancing vision with practicality. He discusses the challenges of leadership, touching on the feelings of loneliness and weariness that leaders often encounter. But more than that, Lee explores the concept of "shared vision" and how it's a linchpin in achieving success. He discusses the significance of collective goals and the power of a team viewing objectives through the same lens. It's a reminder that, in leadership, the synergy of shared vision keeps teams united and motivated. Tune in and discover how to lead with a purpose, build a shared vision, and balance your strengths to make a positive impact. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 175 - Nicole Pearson - Leaders on Leadership

Leadership isn't about the destination; it's about the journey of growth, resilience, and putting others first. In this episode, we hear Nicole Pearson’s incredible journey. Nicole's story is not just about the real estate market; it's about the resilience of the human spirit and the determination to make a positive impact on others' lives. She unpacks the true meaning of leadership, touching on the challenges, sacrifices, and rewards that come with it. Nicole shares her personal experiences, including moments of loneliness and weariness, and how she overcame them to achieve her dreams. Discover the power of vision and how it shapes your path to success and learn how Nicole maintains her vision while nurturing a thriving team. Tune in now and get ready to pay the price of leadership. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 174 - Connor Boyack - Leaders on Leadership

Leadership isn't about titles; it's about making a meaningful impact in the lives of others. Joining us for this episode is Connor Boyack, the founder of Libertas Institute and author of the Tuttle Twins children's books. Today, he shares his journey from a web developer to a leading advocate for freedom and entrepreneurship. Connor shares how he took the leap of faith and founded Libertas Institute, a non-profit organization that fights for individual liberties, one policy at a time. He also discusses the genius behind the Tuttle Twins series, which has sold over five million copies. Connor shares how the series is more than just “children’s books”—they are introducing kids to the principles of entrepreneurship, economics, and freedom in a fun and engaging way. Connor testifies that you don’t have to lead a huge team or be a CEO to be a leader; anyone can be a leader. It’s all about rising up and wearing out your life trying to do good things for other people. Tune in now. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 173 - Dan Moore - Leaders On Leadership

Today’s guest has gone on the path to becoming a tremendous leader. Dan Moore, the Author of “Control, Influence, Accept (For Now): Coping with a Future No One Can Predict,” unpacks wisdom on how shaping your thoughts helps in becoming a tremendous leader. Learning to get excited about your work, talking yourself out of weariness, abandoning the idea that you can do everything, and setting your vision to become the best are the factors that make Dan a successful leader. He also touches on his book “Control, Influence, Accept (For Now).” Further the conversation, we will also get a glimpse of Southwestern Company. Tune in to this episode with Dan Moore and be inspired by her leadership journey today. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 172 - Lisa Michener - Leaders on Leadership

Leadership is often seen as a rapid journey towards perfection. However, the most effective and influential leaders know that being present and embracing their entire selves – including their flaws – is the way to go. In this episode, Dr. Tracey Jones chats with Lisa Michener, a chief communications and marketing officer for more than a decade. Lisa talks about embracing moments of loneliness as growth opportunities and why having downtime should never be seen as a sign of weakness. She also shares the role of her mother in shaping her personal vision, the importance of humility in leadership, and the power of saying no in building a more fulfilled version of yourself. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 171 - Greg Leith - Leaders On Leadership

Nothing can beat living a well-lived life. That should be our mission in life. Today, Greg Leith, the CEO of Convene Corporation, is gracing us with his presence. Greg enlightens the path of what it takes for leaders to lead the ultimate kingdom. He shares how he navigates into the prices he had to pay being a leader to stack crowns and accelerate the kingdom. To stay focused on his calling, Greg recognizes the value of working because that’s what God wants us to do. So, let’s step into this episode and find the strength to be a great leader that will accelerate you to the kingdom. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 170 - Mike Capuzzi - Leaders On Leadership

True leadership isn't defined by titles; it's about unleashing your influence, distilling wisdom into bite-sized impact, and leaving an indelible mark of positive change. In this episode, we have the remarkable Mike Capuzzi, author, nonfiction book coach, and short book publisher, to touch on essential topics that every leader can relate to. He discusses how to overcome challenges like loneliness, weariness, and abandonment while fostering a strong sense of vision that propels you forward. But more than that, Mike also uncovers the magic of short books by touching on the power of brevity and its unmatched ability to capture attention in a world full of distractions. He reveals his "magic kit" – a trio of short books on topics like gratitude, working together, and more – available exclusively for our listeners. Join us and learn how to leverage your unique experiences and stories to inspire change! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 169 - John Feloni - Leaders On Leadership

True leadership lies not in the title, but in embracing the burdens of loneliness, weariness, and abandonment while forging a visionary path. In this episode, John Feloni, bestselling author of The Fall of the House of Hutton, The Covenant Secret, and The Tollbooth, explores the four pillars that can make or break leaders: loneliness, weariness, abandonment, and vision. John also unveils the dangers of hubris and misguided leadership, drawing from historical examples like the infamous fall of the House of Hutton. He also lets us enter the world of "The Toll Booth," his latest business parable that promises to captivate your mind and soul. Tune in now as we unravel the secrets to becoming exemplary leaders! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit


Episode 168 - Lacey Langford - Leaders On Leadership

Leadership presents four key challenges for those in the position. These four keys are loneliness, weariness, abandonment, and vision. Lacey Langford, founder and CEO of the Military Money Show, shares how she deals with loneliness by surrounding herself with uplifting people. She also shares how being in the military taught her to combat weariness. Lacey shares how putting a time limit on your pity party helps her to cope with to avoid draining her energy. Being in the military did provide a huge impact on how she deals with leadership. Tune in to this insightful conversation with Lacey and Tracey today! Learn more about your ad choices. Visit