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Souls Before Sales, with Tim O’Brien, Ep #71

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The building of any organization requires an inordinate amount of enthusiasm for what you’re building and why you’re doing it, certainly more than the average person possesses. That’s why good leadership is at such a premium — it’s unusual for that kind of passion to exist in an individual, much...

In Memoriam: Honoring the Memory of Chris Clarke-Epstein, Ep #70

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There are many people who impact you deeply as you go through life, but only some who do so more deeply than you know at the time. Chris Clarke-Epstein is one of those people for me. Chris was a unique individual who possessed a movie-worthy personality and style. Her speaking...

Living The Example In Leadership And Service, with Peter Schravemade (part 2), Ep #69

Any leader in any organization has to be mindful of the example they set. What you model will be a good example or a bad example for distinct groups of people: those you lead, those you serve, those with whom you are in a close relationship, and those who observe...

How An Upstart Australian Real Estate Tech Company is Storming the U.S.—Part 1 with Peter Schravemade, Ep #68

How An Upstart Australian Real Estate Tech Company is Storming the U.S.—Part 1 with Peter Schravemade
Real Estate is an industry that everyone understands on a basic level, but very few know about the highly specialized niche businesses that serve the industry. These organizations keep the real estate machine humming along smoothly for the benefit of both buyers and sellers. Some of them enhance the process...

5 Reasons You May Be Promoting The Wrong People And How To Avoid Them, Ep #67

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In his book, “The Peter Principle: Why Things Always Go Wrong,” Dr. Laurence J. Peter quipped that “People in a hierarchy rise to their level of incompetence.” By this, he meant that employees are typically promoted based on their success in previous roles under the assumption that they will do...

The Winding Road To Greater Purpose, with Max Duckworth, Ep #66

The Winding Road To Greater Purpose, with Max Duckworth, Ep #66
We’ve all heard it said that the shortest path between two points is a straight line. That’s undoubtedly true, but what we often fail to realize is that the BEST path is not always the most direct or straight path. Sometimes it’s the bends and turns in the path that...