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Becoming Your Best | The Principles of Highly Successful Leaders

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Becoming Your Best | The Principles of Highly Successful Leaders

Steve Shallenberger: Successful Entrepreneur, Motivational Speaker, and Bestselling Author | Rob Shallenberger: Former Fighter Pilot, Author, Executive Coach, and Corporate Trainer

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How do you feel about your personal and professional life? Many people feel like they or their teams are stuck in a mediocrity trap. The question is how do you take where you are today and make it better and overcome seemingly insurmountable obstacles to your success? Not only that, but how can you inspire your children or employees to do the same and become their best? In the Becoming Your Best podcast, Steve and Rob Shallenberger will help you uncover the principles of highly successful le ...
 
The 3D printing industry has gone through a lot of major innovations since the first WTFFF episode was recorded, more than six years ago. When one of the 3D industry leaders, HP, asked hosts, Tom Hazzard and Tracy Hazzard to take a new look at where the 3D print industry is today, they jumped at the chance to get an inside tour into global trends, education, creativity, and design, and an opportunity to cover all aspects of the HP Create Ecosystem from design to print, including 3D design, X ...
 
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Turning This Car Around

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Turning This Car Around

Lex Friedman, John Moltz and Jon Armstrong

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America's number one best and favorite podcast about fatherhood hosted by Lex Friedman, John Moltz and Jon Armstrong. Turning This Car Around is a podcast about parenthood from three dads, Lex Friedman, John Moltz and Jon Armstrong. You can follow us collectively on Twitter as @ttcashow Follow us on Tumblr! Lex Friedman is the Chief Revenue Officer at ART19. He is a pretty important guy in the world of podcasting. He's also a writer; he authored humor books like The Snuggie Sutra and The Kid ...
 
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Whether we are conscious of it or not, many of the most significant changes we experience today in our lives result from many small actions in our past. That means every decision we make today, even if it looks small, has a massive impact on our future. In other words, we are the product of our choices.  In this episode, we talk about the impact of…
 
The week of Thanksgiving is a great time of the year; it is an excuse to gather the family together, share some time with people we don't see very often, and why not, eat delicious food. It is the time of the year we take a step back, look around us, and appreciate the people in our lives, we thank what we have, what we achieved, and the things we …
 
Celebrating success makes sense only if we look at the path we went through to get there. It is not about the victory itself; it is about the breakthroughs, the sensation of overcoming setbacks, of crushing challenges, the sensation of gratitude for not having given up in the darkest moments.  Today's episode is about not giving up; it is about dis…
 
Our decisions in our darkest moments distinguish who we are and the legacy we will leave behind. When things get really challenging, our next decision will set who we really are and what we will be remembered for. Ben Kjar learned that early in his life, thanks to his mother, who told him to step up and make a difference in the world. She told him …
 
Have you ever felt overwhelmed by something you knew was coming, like an important business meeting, a presentation, or a job interview? What if we told you there is a powerful visualization tool that can help you navigate those situations mentally before they actually happen, letting your mind and body be perfectly tuned for it and, using fighter …
 
We know that successful leaders lead with a vision, and there is no better example of it than our guest for today's show, Crystal Maggelet. When FJ Management had to change and restructure back in 2010, after seeking Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection in 2008, Crystal knew she had to find a way to tie different businesses together. She and the compan…
 
Running a business is about a lot of things; every industry has its particularities, and all differ in countless details that make them unique. Still, the most crucial part of any company is the same in any industry: their people. Therefore, investing in human relationships at any level in any company is the best kind of investment any leader can m…
 
3D print furniture is perhaps the best solution to get beds, chairs, tables, and more in the easiest and fastest way possible. This also allows homeowners to help reduce waste and build sustainable properties. Jeffrey McGrew takes this process to another level by achieving more personalized outputs and making customers more involved with their crea…
 
We are all exposed to unexpected events, setbacks, or even accidents; things like getting caught in torrential rain or a flat tire in the middle of nowhere may happen, and there is nothing we can do to prevent them. What we can do, however, is to choose how we respond to them. Fortunately, it is possible to learn how to react positively to adverse …
 
Early on in his life, Paul Cardall would understand that life is fragile. He went through heart surgery on his first day on earth, and his parents, instead of picturing his graduation, his first love, or job, were wondering if he would survive his first year. Paul grew up feeding himself from his parents' optimism, visiting doctors, spending long n…
 
We already know about the immense power of habits. We are aware of their role in our long-term goals and how we can generate outstanding results by adjusting them. Still, the tricky part about habits is that they're so embedded in our routines that we go through some of them by default, and that makes it hard to identify which one doesn't serve us …
 
There are many ways of reaching our highest potential; many books were written teaching different theories. They all have at least two things in common: they aim for our greatness, and their systems are reliable and predictable. Predictable and reliable systems are easier to implement, follow, and keep you accountable for. To apply these systems an…
 
The definition of success varies from person to person; for some, it means to be wealthy, for others to be loved, impact lots of people, or change people's lives. But what happens when everyone but us thinks we are successful? It might look fantastic from the outside, and still, we'd feel miserable. When success is not intimately linked with purpos…
 
As we approach the end of 2021, the idea of just tossing the towel and being a little careless for the rest of the year and start focusing our energies on 2022 might sound tempting. But actually, with a bit of recalibration, a slight course correction, we can achieve each and every one of the goals we set for ourselves back in January 2021. That is…
 
A child wanting to become a pro snowboarder in America is not unusual considering the sport's popularity in the country. However, for a kid born and raised in Buffalo, New York, where there are no mountains, it might sound like an unexpected choice. Many people told Chris Naugle it was a silly choice; he wouldn't have a place to practice. But Chris…
 
When US Senator Kohl decided he would not seek re-election, Darcy Luoma, who has been working with him for 12 years, had a huge decision to make. Her family, friends, and colleagues assumed she would stay working in the political field, but she had other plans. Darcy felt the need to start her own business, put herself out there, and create a legac…
 
After spending 10+ years as an F-16 fighter pilot and finishing his career as a US Air Force Weapon School instructor, Steven C. Shallenberger is grateful he didn't listen to the Air Force instructor who visited his school when he was in seventh grade and told him he'll never be a fighter pilot, that it wasn't for anybody.  Today, I am pleased to w…
 
It doesn't matter how long we've worked in any industry; there is always room to improve and we must be humble enough to recognize it and dedicate time to educate ourselves constantly. That is one of Dr. Kizzy Parks' secrets to success; she is aware that she does not know it all, and she let herself go following her curious nature.  Dr. Kizzy Parks…
 
Hearing about self-compassion and "soft" stuff like hugs and empathy made Steven think that wasn't for him; a 6'5", 240 pounds, former boxer and football player didn't resonate with all that. But after some exercises his mentors suggested, he started realizing that being in our corner, being there for ourselves facing adversity and setbacks was act…
 
America's least dislikable dads are back for another discussion ranging from rollercoasters to rock bands. Jon likes the Razer Kishi controller for smartphones. Moltz likes his Kobo e-reader. Lex likes the band AJR. Follow us: @ttcashow. Lex Friedman can be found @lexfri, John Moltz can be found at @moltz and Jon Armstrong is @blurb.…
 
Having a successful business and being a prosperous entrepreneur was a priority for Randy, but his driving force and inspiration came from his parents. Seeing his friends coming up to his house to hang out with his father gave Randy a clear picture of what he was supposed to pursue in life: being a good husband, father, and friend was way more impo…
 
Being able to breathe, walk, or talk are some of the things we get used to and most often take for granted. The same happens with freedom; we are so used to choosing a religion, having access to clean water, or the right to express our political opinion that we lose sight of how valuable it is.  In this special episode, we want to celebrate our Ind…
 
Traveling lowers the chances of heart disease; it enhances our creativity and the sense of happiness and satisfaction. It is also very efficient for relieving stress and anxiety - and the list of benefits goes on and on. And if we pay enough attention, it can be a teaching experience; we can grow and change the way we see things. In this episode, a…
 
For this episode, we prepared something special. This episode is about inspiring and motivating you to become the best version of yourself. I'll share more than 50 motivational phrases and aphorisms I've collected over the last five decades that helped and inspired me along the way.  These are phrases a friend, a guest to the show, or a colleague a…
 
Undoubtedly, having an upbeat personality coupled with the correct principles will make a huge difference in anyone's life. Whether it is in their professional or personal lives, people choose to be around those with a positive mindset, those who are kind, pleasant to be with, and always open to learning from others.  Today's episode was inspired b…
 
Being task saturated at work causes several problems in our professional and personal lives. One of the many effects of this is that we keep ourselves busy with what is urgent, and we push away and postpone what is essential.  We've conducted research with over 1200 managers from 108 different organizations, and we've found out that the primary con…
 
Running a successful organization can become a power trip for some people; they make it about themselves and not the organization in some cases. That is why for Bob Marquardt, humility is the number one characteristic every leader should focus on. Be aware that no one is irreplaceable and give proper credit to every team member and appreciative wor…
 
Ron Williams believes that our bodies tell stories of how we feel about ourselves. When someone asks him for help to improve their health, one of his many techniques is chasing down the beliefs, the stories that hold people down and won't let them thrive. He believes that the body will never do something without the mind's permission, and that is w…
 
The things we do in the morning set the pace for the day; if we establish a positive and upbeat routine, it will have a snowball effect on our mood, performance, and our health in the long run. On a previous podcast, one of our guests, Dre Baldwin, shared with us the cornerstones of any successful routine: discipline, confidence, imagination, and i…
 
Feedback is a big word in the office. It generally has a bad reputation and it's associated with negative experiences and emotions. But it’s time to start changing this trend because frequent, action-oriented, specific, and timely feedback can do wonders for an organization’s culture. Growing this muscle will help everyone communicate and work toge…
 
We live in times of heightened cynicism, where people don't believe things at first blush anymore. People, in general, tend to resist new information in a protective response to the countless lies without consequences from politicians or the feeling that behind every conversation, someone is hiding, trying to sell them something. As people feel the…
 
Working fewer hours earning a full-time shift salary sounds like the perfect job for any worker, and it also sounds good from the company's point of view; happier workers producing more in less time. However, it can backlash; workers might consider their job a side hustle, lose connection with the company's values, and leave their jobs regardless o…
 
To get where we want to be and doing what we love to do, most of us try to figure out what we need to do to reach our goal, and it makes sense; it seems fair to assume that there must be an action plan to follow. The truth is instead of asking ourselves what we need to do, we should ask ourselves who do we need to be, then become that individual. A…
 
It is hard to find a company more customer-centric than Amazon, not only in America but globally. The company's "obsession" with client satisfaction drives its constant innovation, offering great deals and benefits for its Prime members, relentless price competition policy, efficiency, and sometimes threatening behavior. They see no boundaries, fro…
 
While leaders have to be held accountable for their relationship with the people underneath them, both leaders and followers are responsible for the quality of the relationship they develop. Leaders' goal should be to build a solid relationship with the staff members, where there is space to offer feedback without fear of being reprimanded. As long…
 
What we want, what we need to do to achieve it, and the way we organize our schedule to meet our expectations are intimately connected. Without a clear direction, planning and reaching isolated goals is hard to do. But with the right vision and prioritizing our time correctly, we can achieve much more in our lives. In this episode, we will talk abo…
 
Sometimes we attack an urgent problem without putting too much thinking into our action plan, and even when we solve the issue, we end up having a negative outcome in the long term. This could be the result of forgetting one of the seven universal laws, the cause and effect law; every action is bound to a reaction.  In this episode, we talk about t…
 
The perception most of us have about being fit is to look in a certain way, which turns our journey’s starting point into not liking what we see in the mirror. Eating healthy food and exercising will feel like punishment, like something we must do to repair our “damaged” bodies.  This reasoning's main flaw is thinking that happiness will touch us w…
 
Being true to character is one of the most rewarding principles of highly successful leaders. While honesty and integrity might lead to sometimes recognizing a mistake and eventually losing a client, at the end of the day, the other side of the coin brings you the fulfilling feeling of having done the right thing. There’s nothing like looking your …
 
Leadership is a journey, and the obstacle we find more often in our path is no other than ourselves. As leaders, we need to be mindful of our attitude, steady in our judgment, and make tough decisions thinking of the greater good. Leadership offers many challenges that can be quickly sorted out with proper planning and choosing a culture by design …
 
Research shows that more than 90% of the 40 to 60,000 thoughts a human brain produces per day are repetitive. Also, it was proved that 70 to 80% of those repetitive thoughts tend to be negative. If we add to this that the human being is a creature of habit, we can see how easy it is for our minds to get stuck into a vicious loop of negative thought…
 
The human mind has infinite fuel to create millions of thoughts, yet it can concentrate only on one at a time. When we find a challenge in our way, we can either focus all our energy on that particular problem or step back and see the easiest way to solve it and keep thinking about our primary goal.  Joining me today is John Fitzpatrick, President,…
 
Sleep is one of the most important tools for living a healthy life – and leveraging its benefits by following some simple, yet crucial, principles should be a priority for everyone. In today's episode, Joe Ojile, founder, CEO, and Medical Director of the Clayton Sleep Institute talks about the importance of a healthy relationship with our sleeping …
 
Leaders are responsible for dealing with difficult times, but that doesn't mean every leader will find the best answers. Last year, a hard-times making machine put every leader's abilities to deal with adversity to the test. Today's guest, Mike Choutka, President and CEO of Hensel Phelps, based his strategy to cope with tough times on momentum, the…
 
Last year we were forced to pivot from in-person meetings to more virtual gatherings, whether in our personal or our professional lives. People who weren’t familiar with video conferencing platforms had to adapt quickly and to learn the insides of this communication medium – which for many, it wasn’t an easy thing to do. Our guest today – Kim Foley…
 
It is not uncommon for people, after they’ve suffered an accident or a traumatic injury, to end up addicted to painkillers. They can become your best friend because, as the name says, they numb your pain and make it go away. But at the same time, they can be your worst enemy, leading you to a downward spiral that can affect your entire life and rel…
 
This year has been a roller coaster full of unexpected turns. But 2020 is just about to end, and what we need to ask ourselves is, “How will I go into 2021 focused, ready, and aligned with my inner self so that it can be a great year, regardless of what comes?” Focusing on what matters most empowers you because now your attention goes to the things…
 
Christmas is a really special holiday and a wonderful time of year. It is a time to celebrate the birth of Jesus of Bethlehem. What an extraordinary night! A gift unlike any other has been given to us - one that filled the earth with greater love, forgiveness, and eternal hope. Throughout history, there have been many wonderful stories that have he…
 
“Never doubt that a small group of thoughtful, committed individuals can change the world.” – Margaret Mead Imagine what would happen if everyone did these four things: control what they can control, build and maintain trust, become better listeners and communicators, and last but not least, innovate through their imagination. How much more effecti…
 
As we go into the holiday season, especially this year with COVID-19 preventing us from getting together with our families, most people find that they’re experiencing higher stress levels than ever before. That’s why, in today’s episode, we thought it would be great to have our dear friend, Jon Skidmore, with us to talk about some of the challenges…
 
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