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Listen to On Leadership With Scott Miller as he interviews Academy Award–winning actors, Olympians, four-star generals, Pulitzer Prize–winning journalists, entrepreneurs, billionaire investors, bestselling authors, survivors of trauma and abuse, and more. To learn more and take your leadership skills to the next level, visit www.FranklinCovey.com Don’t forget to leave us a review so we can reach more people with timeless leadership and life principles!
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The Career on Course Podcast has one primary goal in mind: ensuring, perhaps for the first time in any format or venue, that aspiring professionals can have intimate and unprecedented access to someone who has "gone before them" to prevent time and financial investments in what may be the wrong career for them. Career on Course is the ultimate "bring your parent to school" experience so listeners can become more strategic and intentional about one of the most important and impactful decision ...
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Passion and perseverance are a powerful duo for your personal and professional life. MacArthur genius grant winner and bestselling author of Grit, Angela Duckworth joins On Leadership to discuss the role grit plays in career longevity and long-term goal-setting. Angela emphasizes the need to make external changes, such as setting boundaries and rem…
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Danny Warshaw, a professor of entrepreneurship at Brown University and author of the book See, Solve, Scale, aims to demystify how to flourish as an entrepreneur. Danny emphasizes the importance of identifying the problem to solve, iterating through solutions on a small scale, and ultimately scaling the solution for long-term impact, and says this …
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It's up to you. You have to take control of your own life by defining your values and using them as a starting point for everything else. No one else can do it for you. That is one of many takeaways offered by filmmaker, billion-dollar entrepreneur, and award-winning screenwriter, Tom Bilyeu, in his conversation On Leadership. Tom shares his story …
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In this episode of On Leadership with Scott Miller, the spotlight is on Howard Behar, the former president of Starbucks International and author of the book It's Not About the Coffee: Lessons on Putting People First from a Life at Starbucks. With over 21 years of experience at Starbucks, Behar shares his insights on building an organization that pr…
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Master yourself in ways that make you a more well-rounded, positive, impactful human with the insights from this episode of On Leadership. Hitendra Wadwha joins host Scott Miller to discuss the importance of differentiating between inner mastery and outer impact and how to focus your time most effectively as a result. Hitendra discusses the five co…
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A lot can change in 20 years, but the piano has been a constant for Andrew McMahon throughout. The Something Corporate frontman joins On Leadership for a candid conversation on what the music industry has taught him about leadership, business, and the importance of slowing down enough to focus on his own personal growth over time. Andrew reflects o…
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In her powerful and transformative book, Rise Above Your Story: Free Yourself from Past Trauma and Create the Life You Want, Karena Kilcoyne takes readers on a journey of self-discovery and healing. Karena joins On Leadership to guide listeners and viewers through the process of shedding the victim mindset and reclaiming your true self. With a focu…
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Bestselling author and former CIA agent Michele Rigby Assad encourages people to think introspectively about their answer to that question in her book, Breaking Cover: My Secret Life in the CIA and What It Taught Me About What’s Worth Fighting For. Michele joins On Leadership to share her unique journey into the CIA, discussing the importance of un…
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A brush with death changes your approach to living. At least it did for Sebastian Junger, multiple-time New York Times bestselling author, who has brought his own near-death experience to life in his latest book, In My Time of Dying: How I Came Face to Face with the Idea of an Afterlife. Sebastian recounts his experience, delving into the fascinati…
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In a time when distractions are plenty, being present is a gift to all of us. Dr. Daniel Goleman joins On Leadership to discuss some practical tips for training attention and building mindfulness in our daily lives. Daniel explores how to create “optimal days” and the importance of finding purpose and meaning in our work. Manage Your Time Like a Pr…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Miller interviews Corrina Carter, founder and owner of CMS Mortgage, about her career journey to becoming a successful mortgage broker and what the day-to-day life of a mortgage broker entails. Listeners can expect to learn about the skills, behaviors and paths that lead to success in the mortgage bro…
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Manage your career more effectively with the practical strategies offered up by two inspiring former C-suite executives, Christiana Smith Shi and Grace Puma. The former president of Consumer Direct for Nike and former Chief Operating Officer of PepsiCo join On Leadership to share some relatable lessons they’ve learned from their own career journeys…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Miller interviews Nick Carrier about his journey from finance to fitness training, as well as discussing the challenges, successes, and strategies for building a successful career in the fitness industry. You'll discover the ups and downs of transitioning careers, the importance of intentional choices…
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Mental resilience and confident decision making are important skills to master, whether you’re a leader of people or a United States Air Force combat pilot. Wall Street Journal bestselling author Hasard Lee is both, and joins On Leadership to share his journey from a childhood interest in fighter jets to becoming a highly skilled combat pilot flyin…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Miller interviews Anita Grantham, Head of HR at BambooHR, about her career journey and insights on being a successful HR leader. They discuss the changing nature of HR, key skills needed, and advice for aspiring HR professionals. Join us as Anita Grantham shares her unconventional career path to becom…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Jeffrey Miller shares why perseverance and hard work will ALWAYS set you apart in the professional world. You'll also hear valuable tips on intentionally advancing your career with focus and inspiration. Best Moments: (01:02) The 5th main reason WHY people get HIRED is because they demonstrate GRIT, d…
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New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestselling author Kim Scott returns to On Leadership for a third time to discuss Radical Respect: How to Work Together Better, which focuses on creating a workplace culture that optimizes collaboration and honors individuality. Kim shares insights on how leaders can demonstrate institutional courage, disrupt …
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Jeffrey Miller continues to share another reason WHY people get HIRED so that you can position yourself to land that DREAM job! This time, it's all about the gaps in your resume. You'll also learn how to address past job terminations in interviews and the importance of embracing life's challenges on y…
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Be more prepared for the difficult conversations in your life, thanks to the invaluable insights offered up by Sheila Heen in this episode of On Leadership. The New York Times bestselling author and Harvard Law School professor joins us to discuss how you can more effectively navigate challenging conversations. Sheila emphasizes the need for leader…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Jeffrey Miller shares about the importance of having a track record that makes hiring managers confident that you're the best person for the job. You'll also hear about gaining clarity on when to quit a job, exploring new career avenues, and asking pivotal questions for strategic decision-making in yo…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Jeffrey Miller shares a MASSIVE reason why people get hired — because of what you can do for your company, not yourself. You'll also hear about establishing a solid track record and implementing career transition strategies that will boost your employment prospects. This episode will teach you how to …
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Make smarter choices when deciding how to price your product or service by arming yourself with an understanding of the psychology that contributes to consumer behavior. Behavioral economist, author, and Brainy Business Podcast host Melina Palmer joins On Leadership to share how to build consumer curiosity, present information in a clear and concis…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Jeffrey Miller shares the #1 REASON WHY people get HIRED! You'll hear about how your emotional intelligence plays a huge role in the recruiting and interview process. Don't miss Scott's pro tips on infusing energy into interviews, enhancing emotional intelligence, and fostering meaningful conversation…
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First people, then business, then finances. That’s the ideal priority order of decision-making according to the former CEO of Best Buy, Hubert Joly. Hubert joins On Leadership to share the lessons he learned from the transformation he led at Best Buy, discussing the importance of creating a positive and inclusive work environment, empowering employ…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Jeffrey Miller reveals the top 5 reasons WHY people get hired. From task completion to teamwork, learn the key factors that will make or break your career. You'll hear valuable tips about common pitfalls to avoid and what behavior to emulate that will accelerate your career. Best Moments: (01:48) They…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Jeffrey Miller reveals how a victim mentality at work hinders your professional growth and team collaboration. You'll hear how taking ownership of your actions and decisions is crucial for success and how shifting your mindset can lead to a more fulfilling career. Best Moments: (01:02) Having a victim…
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Try new things. Make the ask. Aim for rejection - it makes you stronger. These are among the brave and courageous concepts New York Times bestselling author and the founder and CEO of AppSumo, Noah Kagan, says are the keys to success. Noah joins On Leadership to discuss the importance of building your “ask muscle” and overcoming fear of rejection. …
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Take action today toward your own personal and professional development with impactful, practical insights from New York Times bestselling author Eduardo Briceño. Eduardo joins On Leadership to speak on the power of mindset, sharing his personal journey from a fixed mindset to a growth mindset and how that journey transformed his life. He discusses…
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In this episode of Career on Course, Scott Jeffrey Miller shares about how a lack of contribution is a big reason why people get fired in the workplace. Best Moments: (01:50) The #4 reason people get fired is because they don't contribute their fair share OR they don't understand expectations (02:58) Employees may think they're doing their best, bu…
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In this episode of Career on Course, Scott Jeffrey Miller shares about the importance of character and the reality of how it can affect your standing within your company. Best Moments: (01:39) Most people don't get fired for being thieves or pathological liars, but rather for lowering their standards, feeling entitled, and taking liberties (02:07) …
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From the importance of integrity and adaptability to the common mistakes first-time entrepreneurs make, Dave Liniger’s experience shines through in this engaging On Leadership conversation. The co-founder and chairman of RE/MAX discusses his recent release, The Perfect 10: 10 Leadership Principles to Achieve True Independence, Extreme Wealth, and H…
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From selling millions of records to walking across America and climbing Mount Everest, Mike Posner’s journey is nothing short of extraordinary. Mike shares valuable thoughts on creativity, personal growth, and the limitless potential that lies within each of us. With his infectious enthusiasm and genuine wisdom, Mike aims to inspire others to embra…
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In this episode of Career on Course, Scott Jeffrey Miller shares about the importance of self-awareness in the workplace and how it will make or break your career. You'll hear practical tips for fostering collaboration, improving teamwork, and ultimately staying focused on your career goals. Best Moments: (02:04) "They had no idea what it was like …
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In this episode of Career on Course, Scott Jeffrey Miller dives into one of the top 5 reasons why people are getting fired. Explore the importance of self-awareness and good communication at work to ensure your career success going forward. Best Moments: (01:28) Judgment is subjective — what you find funny/acceptable may be offensive to others (02:…
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Build a team, stay focused, make better decisions, and crush your competition with the practical insights from this interview with David Dodson. The Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author shares his expertise on effective management and leadership, offering tactical strategies for running great meetings, onboarding new hires, and show…
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There’s a surprising amount of business and leadership lessons that can be learned from the music business. Donald Passman, an attorney and bestselling author of the book All You Need to Know About the Music Business, shares his journey of becoming an expert in negotiating music rights and offers insights into the music industry. Donald discusses t…
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In this episode of Career on Course, Scott Jeffrey Miller reveals the top 5 reasons why people get fired based on insightful interviews with career professionals. From lack of judgement to lack of character, find out what is commonly leading to termination and how to navigate your career successfully. Top 5 Reasons Why People Get Fired: (01:43) Lac…
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Unlock your story and become the leader you were meant to be by absorbing the insights offered in this On Leadership interview with Hortense le Gentil. Hortense shares lessons from her book, The Unlocked Leader, including the concept of mindsets becoming mind traps and how to recognize and change them. She also explores the role of trauma in shapin…
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You don’t have to be born into a legacy of wealth to leave one behind. That is one of several powerful takeaways from this interview with the successful venture capitalist, author, and founder of Backstage Capital, Arlan Hamilton. She shares the importance of having radical self-belief, owning the wealth you create, and the power of sharing success…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Miller interviews Dr. Marc Sharfman, a neurologist, solo practice owner, and headache specialist. They discuss Dr. Sharfman's path to becoming a neurologist, what his day-to-day looks like, the future of neurology, and advice for those interested in pursuing neurology. He also shares his 4-step approa…
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Learn how to build a culture of retention that your employees enjoy being part of in this charismatic conversation with bestselling author and keynote speaker Joey Coleman. Joey shares his expertise on how leaders can create remarkable employee experiences, emphasizing the importance of the first 100 days in an employee's journey and provides pract…
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Depression and anxiety aren’t typically discussed in the same conversation as taxidermy and Brazilian blowouts – until now. Renowned multiple New York Times bestselling author and blogger Jenny Lawson is known for her candid and hilarious approach to discussing mental health issues, and her books have not only brought laughter and levity to the top…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Miller interviews Hotel General Manager, David Arraya, about his extensive career in the luxury hospitality industry. You'll hear how he got his start in hospitality in France, his education and early roles, as well as insights into being a hotel GM at renowned properties like Four Seasons, Auberge, a…
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Aron Ralston, known for his harrowing experience of being trapped by a boulder while hiking alone in Utah, shares his journey of perseverance and the life-changing decision he made to save himself. As he recounts the moments leading up to his escape, Aron's words paint a vivid picture of the physical and emotional challenges he faced, inspiring us …
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Renowned novelist Mitch Albom joins On Leadership for a captivating conversation about the thought-provoking themes that inspire his work. You know him for his bestselling books Tuesdays with Morrie, The Five People You Meet in Heaven, and most recently, The Little Liar. Mitch emphasizes the importance of treating writing like a job and maintaining…
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Miller interviews Samantha Binns, a professional barber with 10+ years of experience in the industry. You'll hear about Samantha's career path, the day-to-day life of a barber, the skills and traits needed to succeed, different business models for barbershops, income potential, challenges of the job, …
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Olympic gymnast Mary Sanders shares her journey of reinvention and the lessons she has learned from the different phases of her life. Drawing from the stories in her new book, 9 Lives by 35: An Olympic Gymnast’s Inspiring Story of Reinvention, Mary discusses the importance of not getting stuck in one identity, imploring people to be in constant pur…
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On Leadership welcomes Rick Warren, author of the seminal bestselling book, The Purpose Driven Life, for a candid conversation on the pivotal roles principles, character, and perspective play in leadership. Warren emphasizes the value of having a purpose greater than oneself and the need for forgiveness and humility in meaningful relationships. He …
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In this episode of Career on Course, host Scott Miller interviews Jessica Khan, an occupational therapist and founder of Blue Sky Therapeutics. They discuss what occupational therapy is, the different settings OTs work in, the education and skills required, pros and cons of the career, future outlook, and Jessica's advice for those considering beco…
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Value creation and product-market fit weave together in this insightful interview with two-time ‘unicorn’ builder and author Uri Levine. The co-founder of Waze and investor in Moovit joins On Leadership for a transparent conversation about the mindset and skills needed to be a successful problem solver. Uri emphasizes the importance of embracing fa…
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