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We can all agree the last year put us to the test! Has fighting through all of the craziness put your relationships on the back burner? You’re not alone, and we can help. In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we sit down with Dr. Darren Whitehead, the senior pastor of Church of the City in Franklin, Tennessee. He talks about how we, as le…
 
Organizations naturally take on the personality of their founders—so what happens when you’re asked to lead a team or business that you didn’t start? Daniel Tardy sits down with author Tyler Reagin to unpack how to step into a leadership role and honor the past while you build for the future. Be sure to stick around for our second segment where Ram…
 
All great champions have one thing in common—every single one has a coach. In this episode of The EntreLeadership Podcast, we’ll sit down with Jerry Colonna, Executive Coach and author of Reboot. He talks about how business owners can harness the power of a coach to not only grow their companies—but also find fulfillment in their relationships and …
 
Profit is the fuel in the engine of your business. You know this—but what should you be doing with profit to make sure your business continues to move forward? In today’s episode, we have two insightful conversations about this important area of The 6 Drivers of Business. You’ll hear from Dr. Hannah Stolze on why profit shouldn’t be your only goal.…
 
If you’re in business, you’re in sales. And if you’re a business owner who is still the primary salesperson on your team—listen up—this episode is for you. We’re bringing you two conversations with experts in Sales Leadership—author Nigel Green and Ramsey Solutions Board Member Brian Mayfield. In our first conversation, Daniel Tardy sits down with …
 
Great communication is the hallmark of a great organization—but for some small-business owners, it can feel like a luxury. This is a dangerous misconception! In this episode, you’ll hear Patrick Lencioni, bestselling author and longtime friend of EntreLeadership, unpack why communication is so important—and how the way you communicate is impacting …
 
Owning a business takes grit and perseverance. When Mignon Francois found herself on the verge of homelessness, she took $5 and bought some baking ingredients—and she turned that $5 into a multimillion-dollar business. In this episode, she unpacks her journey to entrepreneurship and how she invests in herself so she can become a better leader for h…
 
Let’s be real: Conflict can be super uncomfortable. And if you’re a leader, there’s a good chance you’re faced with it often. But you know what’s worse than having a hard conversation? Avoiding it—and letting problems with your team fester. Fortunately, Brendan Wovchko, senior technology officer at Ramsey Solutions and former business owner, has a …
 
We hate to burst your bubble, but being a CEO isn’t as glamorous as it seems. Keaton Turner, president and founder of the fast-growing mining company Turner Mining Group, knows this all too well. In just four years, his company has exploded, turning the centuries-old industry upside down with its people-first approach. But with that growth comes th…
 
If you’re fine with coasting, dreaming small, or sticking to the status quo—this episode is not for you. But if you want more for your business, buckle up! You need a strategic plan, and we’re going to show you how to make one. In this episode, the senior executive vice president of RamseyTrusted, Herb Jenkins, will teach you step by step how to re…
 
How do you ensure your product or service keeps its edge as you scale? This is a huge challenge many founders of a fast-growing company face as they start to see some success. Marty Cagan, founder of the Silicon Valley Product Group, argues leaders must learn how to empower their teams to solve customer problems (on their own) or risk losing their …
 
There’s no better way to strengthen your business than to develop leaders from within your team. And if your business is growing fast, it’s a must—or else you may look up and find that you’ve got too many responsibilities and no one to pass the baton to. So, how do you find the time and resources to train your top-performing team members? And what …
 
When his father quit his job to start his own venture, it was an all-hands on deck affair for Patrick Booth and his family. From shipping packages out of their Jeep Grand Cherokee to working the phones, Patrick got a hands-on business education helping his dad get the CCB Technology off the ground. Twenty years later, Patrick is now thriving as the…
 
You need to hire great people to move your business forward—duh. But when you’re pressed for time and resources, how can you ensure you’ve got a rock-star candidate and not a bad apple? Go behind the curtain at Ramsey Solutions as Jeremy Hezlep, our very own director of recruiting, explains the four essential phases of an effective hiring process a…
 
If you're a human (and we hope you are), at some point you've looked back on a moment in your life or your business and groaned, "I wish I had done that differently." Well, what if there was a way to reduce those moments? The secret is to start thinking like a scientist. Organizational psychologist Adam Grant argues that challenging the way you thi…
 
Success in business can hinge on a leader’s ability to take action. Sometimes that means making a choice without all the answers. And when there’s money and people’s livelihoods at stake, the uncertainty of an outcome can be paralyzing. Fortunately, decision-making is a muscle you can grow. Matt Bodnar, chairman of Fresh Technology, host of The Sci…
 
What does it take to start a successful business from the ground up? The answer: a few hundred bucks, a mild obsession and the American spirit. At least that’s what worked for Lucas Botkin, the 27-year-old who started T.REX ARMS , a rapidly growing company—with a massive fan following—that specializes in manufacturing gun holsters and other firearm…
 
Gather ‘round the fire for a very candid conversation with the Academy Award-winning actor and #1 New York Times bestselling author of Greenlights, Matthew McConaughey. In this winding discussion, Matthew talks about his creative process, why leaders need to take more risks, and how focusing on adding value to the lives of others will get you what …
 
Ideas are great, but they’ll only take you so far. When it comes down to it, success in business depends on your ability to execute. Craig Groeschel, senior pastor of Life.Church, grew his organization over the course of 25 years from just a service in a two-car garage to 36 church locations across America. His strategy? Empowering great people to …
 
Can your business outgrow your ability to lead? Maybe—if you’re not intentional! Suzanne Simms, senior executive vice president of business to consumer global at Ramsey Solutions, had to make sure this didn’t happen to her. Over the course of 20 years, she went from working as a part-time assistant to becoming one of the company’s most influential …
 
Eight years ago, Russ Perry, CEO of Design Pickle, would have described himself as moderately successful—and extraordinarily unhappy. On paper, things looked good: Russ had founded two creative agencies in his early 20s and was the man in charge. But his marriage and his mental health were headed toward a breakdown as he struggled to handle the str…
 
If you’re a go-getter, there’s a good chance you like to be busy. If you get to the bottom of your to-do list, you’re eager to fill it back up. But be careful, you can be so productive that you miss your whole life. Christy Wright, author and Certified Business Coach, challenges leaders to get a life outside of their business (right now, not once t…
 
Aaron Witt is the dirt-obsessed millennial behind BuildWitt, a fast-growing media company on a mission to reform the mining and construction industries. In just three years, the 25-year-old (yes, you read that right) has grown his company from just a single, self-proclaimed dirt nerd with a camera to a 20-person team serving top blue-collar busines…
 
Dave Ramsey reflects on the highs and the lows of 2020 and shares what he learned about himself, his leaders and his team. You’ll hear why courage and principles are the cornerstone of being a small-business owner, and how going against convention and taking a stand in your community can inspire others. This full-throttle conversation will get you …
 
What a year! You laughed, you probably cried, and most importantly—you never gave up. You kept growing and pushing through, even on the hard days. How do we know? Because this year you guys downloaded over 12 million episodes of The EntreLeadership Podcast, learning from leadership experts like Seth Godin, Patrick Lencioni and more. So, here’s to y…
 
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