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Full Out with Monica Aldama

Ep. 143

This week, my guest is Monica Aldama, the star of the hit Netflix show “Cheer”. Monica is the multi championship-winning cheerleading coach for Nevara College in Corsicana, Texas. She's now put some of her brilliant leadership mantras from the series into a really wise and interesting leadership book.


So in this episode, I talk to Monica about what it's been like to suddenly find herself in the centre of attention. We talk about her book “Full Out” as well as family humility and more. There are loads in this episode that I think will help you instil a winning mentality in whatever it is that you're doing. Enjoy!


Special thanks to Little, Brown Book Group.


✔ Links:


Buy Full Out: Lessons in Life and Leadership from America's Favorite Coach:

https://www.amazon.com/Full-Out-Leadership-Americas-Favorite/dp/198216591X


Watch Cheer on Netflix:

https://www.netflix.com/gb/title/81039393?s=a&trkid=13747225&t=cp&vlang=en&clip=81566211


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https://www.instagram.com/monicaaldama

https://twitter.com/monicaaldama


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