71. Episode 71: Loren Rosario-Maldonado35:36Loren Rosario-Maldonado is brilliant.Intellectually.Emotionally.Instinctively.I'd never considered "Cultural Intelligence" before I met Loren.It makes so much sense.In her book "Becoming the Change: The Power of Cultural Intelligence" she shares her journey and her experiences in building high-performing teams, one human at a time.I found Loren engaging, intuitive, thoughtful and yet practical in her approach to helping people and teams succeed.Read her book, subscribe to her newsletter.It may change the way you think about human capital.
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70. Episode 70: Paul Watkins46:36This episode is epic.Paul Watkins is a book you should not judge by its cover.He's intelligent.He's well-read.He's thoughtful.He's also intentional.What you may not see at the surface is his penchant for adventure.Extreme adventure.Paul is seeking danger.He's seeking growth.He's seeking development.He's also setting an example for his kids.He wants them to know the world is their oyster - and there for the taking.I find Paul to be one of my favorite guests and humans.He is one of the few people I follow on LinkedIn - consuming his Daily Dose.You should as well.
69. Episode 69: Will Barfield and John Lane42:25Will and John are the odd couple.They work well together but couldn't be more different.Will has been in the talent game for some time.John has been a brand builder and marketer for some time as well.They understand how people think, and how they work together - or don't.They've partnered to help companies understand how to build great teams and avoid the wrong mix.How? They get leadership teams on the same page - about what they need and who they are REALLY looking for.Seems logical right?Yet, very few companies truly understand what they are looking for, and what they aren't.Had a blast with this one, hope you enjoy it.
68. Episode 68: Wes Claytor47:14Wes Claytor is our first repeat guest.Why?Because Wes' story continues to evolve and needs to be shared.Wes' was one of our best episodes 3 years ago. He is again.He's experienced heartbreak, loss, suffering and pain.He's eaten crow.He used that pain to change his life.As a man, as a husband and as a father.What's amazing, is he's not only sustained this positive change, he's thrived.Wes runs. A lot. Now he runs for others, using his endurance events as a platform to raise money and heal minds and souls.I love this guy.You should too.
67. Episode 67: Kevin Casey48:07Kevin Casey was doing it all wrong......selling, that is.He realized traditional selling techniques pushed potential clients away, unintentionally.So he started unselling - a strategy he's now perfected, heck, he's even written a book about it.He's fully transparent about his eating crow moments and how he's completely rethought his approach to selling.Kevin is also the kind of guy you could have a beer (or a few beers) with and lose track of time.Listen to his weekly video tips and sign up for his book, "Unselling"
66. Episode 66: John Morris43:07John Morris is my kind of person.Big, Bold and on a mission.John found that school wasn't his "thing".He also found that sales was.It fed into his competitive nature. If he couldn't "win" he didn't want to play.Telling his father that school was tough.But, like any father that's paying attention, you lean in when your kids need you to.John's dad knew his son would be successful. He told him that.That's all John needed. A salesman was born.John's story of trial and error. Of leading, learning, failing, and learning again is what this show is all about.He's open about his style, as a leader, a husband and a father. Like most of us, he's still learning.He's found a home with a company that lets, no wait, encourages, him to be himself.They've even given him a podcast and he's one of the best in the game.Follow John Morris, you will smile and learn something every day.I know I do.
65. Episode 65: Rachel Clissold24:53Rachel Clissold found herself. Now she helps others find the best version of themselves.Her journey is the stuff of a Netflix series.She grew up feeling trapped - in her home, in her life.She left, abruptly and at a young age...on a journey of self discovery.Along the way she found herself.Her eating crow moments were at a younger age than most.It's hard to pinpoint Rachel's gift: part spiritual, part physical, part emotional and part mental.She can SEE her clients and get to the root of their issues - quickly.How? She "feels" what they are feeling, visualizes it, sees it...even the the pain.Sounds like a Netflix series, doesn't it?I'd watch, and you should too.