A self-proclaimed professional question asker, Ken Coleman—host of the EntreLeadership Podcast and The Ken Coleman Show on Sirius XM—has conducted hundreds of interviews and has concluded that most of us are in pursuit of the same thing: significance. Simply put, we all want to feel as if we matter, that our life has purpose. And helping you find your calling is something that … [Read more...] about #245: Ken Coleman—6 Stages of Self-Discovery
In part two of our interview, Dr. Michael Gervais dives deeper into the fascinating connection between our mental state and our performance—or as he calls it, “our thinking and our doing.” While it is possible to transform an anxious, unorganized mind into one that is highly disciplined and focused on the moment, there isn’t a quick fix or an easy hack. It’s takes commitment, … [Read more...] about #237: Dr. Michael Gervais—The Mental Game, Part 2
You could say that high-performance psychologist Dr. Michael Gervais is in the business of being the best—or at least his clients are. Everyone from the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks to Olympic gold medalist Carli Lloyd and Fortune 100 CEOs has worked with him to maximize their mental game when the stakes have been the absolute highest. But whether you’re on the playing … [Read more...] about #236: Dr. Michael Gervais—The Mental Game, Part 1
Once upon a time, Jocko Willink—a retired and highly decorated Navy SEAL (he’s both a Silver and Bronze Star recipient)—traveled the world on military missions. These days, as a best-selling author and leadership coach, his work still takes him around the globe but to a much different battlefield. Jocko now spends his time helping civilians navigate all sorts of leadership … [Read more...] about #226: Jocko Willink—The Discipline Advantage
In this special bonus episode, our own Chris Hogan, best-selling author of Retire Inspired, explains why he has forced himself to get really comfortable with being uncomfortable—and why you should too! Although leading from your comfort zone may feel good, it is actually quite counterproductive in terms of growing yourself and your team. Turns out meaningful growth comes from … [Read more...] about #225: Chris Hogan—Are You Too Comfortable?