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#315: Learn to Navigate the Messy Middle of Business

As any entrepreneur will tell you, bringing a new idea to life can be unpredictable, but best-selling author Scott Belsky says there is one thing you can always count on: a messy middle. And that’s not necessarily a bad thing. In fact, Scott, who has worked with former start-ups like Airbnb, Pinterest and Uber, insists that this volatile time between the start and the finish of a project is the most crucial part of any venture. Tune in to find out why, as well as how to endure the tough...


#314: 3 Ways to Engage Your Team

According to a recent Gallup poll, only 33% of workers in the United States are engaged in their jobs—which means you’ve likely got some unhappy, unmotivated people in your own organization. The solution, says best-selling author and leadership expert Patrick Lencioni, starts and ends with simply showing your team members that you care about them. Tune in as Pat shares the three things everyone needs in order to love their work. The Truth About Employee...


#313: 3 Steps to Finding Freedom to Focus

If you regularly struggle to get to the bottom of your to-do list and think the solution is finding more hours in the week, best-selling author Michael Hyatt says you’re wasting your time. Instead, the leadership and personal growth expert insists that the key to achieving more is to actually do less. Tune in as Michael shares his three-step process for taking control of the time you have so you can become more focused and productive—and infinitely less overwhelmed. Now that’s what we call a...


#312: Creating Business Momentum

After hitting the New York Times best-seller list in 2018 and with a 500% revenue increase for her company expected this year, Rachel Hollis isn’t slowing down anytime soon. But the founder of The Hollis Company is quick to point out that she has been anything but an overnight success. Join us to hear Rachel make the case for fiercely owning your dreams, listening to your tribe, and staying true to your vision as you build your business. If you’re chasing a big goal of your own, stay tuned...


#311: How Talk Triggers Create Customers

While the influence of word of mouth on customer behavior is not particularly surprising, what New York Times best-selling author Jay Baer does find shocking is that few companies bother to build any sort of strategy around it. And that, he says, is a huge missed opportunity. Join us as Jay gets super tactical and breaks down exactly how to create talk triggers, also known as the strategic choices you make to get your customers talking about your product or service. Also joining us is...


#310: Solve Your People Problems

Whether you’re just starting your career, own your own business or are firmly established in the C suite, we all have one thing in common: people problems. It’s just like Dave says, “Business is easy until people get involved.” Tune in as EntreLeadership Senior Vice President Sarah Sloyan answers listeners’ questions about everything from where to find the best people for your team to course correcting and resolving conflict. We might just have the answer you’ve been looking...


#309: Leadership Lessons From the Flight Deck

Even if your work has nothing at all to do with aviation, the lessons former Navy fighter pilot Carey Lohrenz learned in the cockpit are universal—and will change the way you do business. Tune in as Carey, the first female F-14 Tomcat pilot, shares her thoughts on building a culture of excellence, overcoming fear, and the importance of finding focus. Leadership consultant Dr. Henry Cloud also joins us with a story about his personal experience flying in a fighter jet. Let’s just say flying...


#308: Live From EntreLeadership 1-Day

We’re so excited to share highlights from our recent EntreLeadership 1-Day event! Over 1,000 small-business owners and leaders from around the country joined us in Grand Rapids, Michigan, to pour into themselves and their businesses. Tune in to hear Dave Ramsey explain why taking your time—our process has 12 steps—is the most important part of hiring the right people for your team. We’ll also hear from Ramsey Solutions’ own Christy Wright on the importance of building a motivated team. And...


#307: Know, Feel, Do: 3 Steps to Effective Communication

What’s the one skill that all great leaders have in common? They’re master communicators. And on this week’s episode, we have one of the best. Craig Groeschel, founder and senior pastor of Life.Church—one of the largest churches in America—joins us to share his tips on how to sharpen your communication skills. He says it’s all about what you want people to know, how they should feel and how you’re going to lead them toward action. Staying on the subject of communication, Ken interviews two...


#306: Studying Failure

Whether we like it or not—and sometimes, in spite of our best intentions and best efforts—failure is unavoidable. But that’s not necessarily a bad thing, says filmmaker Jon Erwin, whose production company makes faith-based, inspirational feature films. In fact, he insists if you examine failure closely—think an uncomfortable, really honest look—you may very well find the keys to your next big success. Tune in as Jon shares how doing just that helped him learn from a crushing box office loss...


#305: You’re Doing Delegation Wrong

News flash: When it comes to running a business, you can’t do it all. Sure, you can survive 90-hour work weeks for a season, but ultimately if you’re interested in building a business bigger than you, you’re going to have to delegate. And it’s not as simple as telling someone else to do something for you and hoping for the best. Tune in to hear Dave Ramsey explain the 10 basics of delegation, the same ones that helped him build his business from scratch and develop it into an international...


#304: Are Core Values Worthless?

Core values can be tricky. So many companies are quick to say they have them, but if you ask best-selling author and StoryBrand CEO Donald Miller, too few actually mean much of anything. And the reason is simple: They fail to answer three things that every team member wants—and needs—to know. Tune in to hear Donald explain exactly how to get your core values right so they inspire and motivate your team, not create mass confusion. Donald Miller's website Ken...


#303: 4 Steps to Kill Gossip

While chitchatting about the latest office rumor or griping about a coworker’s incompetence may feel harmless, New York Times best-selling author and leadership expert Stephen Mansfield says it’s anything but. In fact, gossip breeds distrust and can quickly spiral out of control, robbing your organization of morale, productivity and creativity. Join us as Stephen shares four things that every leader must do to shut down gossip for good. Stephen Mansfield's...


#302: Atomic Habits

If you tend to blame yourself for your bad habits, New York Times best-selling author James Clear says you’re wasting your time. Not only does such behavior create feelings of guilt—which, by the way, are pretty counterproductive—but it also does nothing to get you any closer to achieving your goals. Tune in to hear James explain the real cause of bad habits (translation: You’re off the hook!), as well as some super easy strategies to help you break them and replace them with good ones. We...


#301: Everyday Millionaires

Have you ever dreamed of becoming a millionaire? Well, we’ve got some good news. Get this: It doesn’t matter where you come from or even what kind of job you have. Really! The truth is, ordinary people—just like you—can build extraordinary wealth. Sound too good to be true? Tune in as Ramsey Solutions’ own Chris Hogan shares a sneak peek of his brand-new book Everyday Millionaires and debunks everything you thought you knew about reaching millionaire status. And he’s got rock-solid...


#300: Defy the Odds

A retired Navy SEAL and one of the world’s top endurance athletes, David Goggins doesn’t know the word “quit.” But that wasn’t always the case, and understandably so. After surviving a childhood of unimaginable physical abuse, poverty and prejudice, David says that failure had become the narrative of his life. That all changed when he decided to run toward his fear and, against all odds, became a Navy SEAL. Join us as David shares his unforgettable journey that will inspire and move you—and...


#299: Our Best Podcasts of 2018

From tackling the right reasons to lead and the danger of complacency to figuring out how and why to drive innovation, we’ve covered a lotof ground in 2018. So much, in fact, that it’s near impossible to pick a favorite episode. But guess what? You don’t have to! We’ve compiled a comprehensive roundup of the year’s episodes that did what the best ones always do: inform and inspire, change our perspective, and challenge us to stretch ourselves. Trust us, they’re well worth a second (or...


#298: A Fireside Chat on Personal Development

As we all begin to look forward to 2019, we couldn’t think of a better way to close out the year than by answering some questions from our listeners. Tune in as host Ken Coleman and Ramsey Solutions Senior Vice President Daniel Tardy talk about everything from career advancement and idea generation to dealing with failure. Who knows, we might just have the answer you’ve been looking for too. The Power of the Other by Dr. Henry Cloud Sometimes You Win—Sometimes...


#297: You're the Boss of You

When it comes to growing your career, marketing guru and best-selling author Seth Godin insists you have much more leverage than you think. Sure, it’s easy to blame a toxic environment, an unreasonable boss, or even not being in charge for your lack of advancement or personal development. But in reality, Seth explains, all of those things are just excuses. Tune in for his advice on how to overcome the obstacles you think are standing between you and your desired future. We’ll also share a...


#296: Setting Goals Together

Twelve years ago, Wendy and Jay Papasan made a decision to get intentional about their shared goals, and they’ve never looked back. In fact, they are so passionate about casting a vision for their life that they now hold goal-setting retreats to teach other couples to do the same. Tune in to find out how this easy-to-do practice can change everything—it helped Wendy and Jay become net-worth millionaires in only 10 years—and how to do it yourself. Wendy & Jay...