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When running a creative business, it’s easy to get caught up in day-to-day operations and lose the opportunity to spend time creating. While expanding the BibleProject, Jon Collins realized he didn’t want to make this mistake, so he intentionally set out to delegate leadership and operations. In this episode, Jon shares some of the lessons he’s lea…
 
People often say that perfectionism is unproductive, but it’s also toxic, dangerous, and prideful. In this episode, we explore how perfectionism gets in the way of pursuing excellence and leading well, and we walk through three scenarios where perfectionism often shows up for leaders. We also talk about the importance of vulnerability and explain h…
 
Most leaders know how to delegate, but they often struggle to do it effectively. In this episode, we break down six internal enemies that keep the impact-driven leader from becoming a great delegator. We also discuss some key strategies and mindset shifts that will help you name, own, and conquer the enemies of delegation that you struggle with the…
 
Operationalization helps you create clarity about what success looks like and properly equip each person on your team to reach it. In this episode, Alex talks with Path for Growth’s COO, Zack Estes about the four-step process they’ve used to operationalize the business. They also discuss the importance of finding partners who agree with your defini…
 
If you want your organization to exhibit healthy growth, you as a leader must first get clear about why the business exists, what you stand for, and where you’re going. In this episode, we walk through the process of answering each of those three vital questions. We also talk about the importance of communicating your mission and values over and ov…
 
How do you define success for yourself, and how does that definition impact your life and work? For Tim Schurrer, success is less about being in the spotlight and more about building a humble confidence. Tim is the former COO for StoryBrand and the author of “The Secret Society of Success,” a new book that highlights stories of people who made a ma…
 
We can’t stop ourselves from ever getting into a funk, but we can take control and move forward when we find ourselves in one. In today’s episode, we talk about four practical actions to help us get out of a funk and recommit to pursuing healthy growth. We also discuss the importance of labeling your emotions in order to take away some of their pow…
 
After years of prioritizing his career, Trey Sheneman is excited to direct new levels of focus toward his family and his health. Trey is chief marketing officer at The ASK Method Company, and in this episode, he shares his story of learning to show up as his authentic self in the workplace. Trey also discusses the importance of acceptance instead o…
 
Great leaders are great coaches, and great coaches use principles to distill truth. In this episode, we close out our series on the five characteristics of effective coaching with a conversation about four tactics for principle-based coaching. We talk through some practical examples of patterns we’ve turned into principles at Path for Growth. We al…
 
Great leaders are great coaches, and great coaches operate out of principle-based thinking. In this episode, we start to wrap up our series about the five principles of effective coaching. We break down the definition of principles and discuss 4 practical ways that principle-based thinking can help you become a better leader and coach. Great leader…
 
When Casey Graham successfully sold his first business, he started feeling stuck and without purpose. After working to redefine his goals and motivations, Casey became the founder and CEO of Gravy, a company that both helps with failed payment recovery and intentionally develops people and leaders. In this episode, Casey shares his story of climbin…
 
Great leaders are great coaches, and great coaches help people figure out where they are and where they are headed. In this episode, we discuss the fourth of five coaching characteristics: Effective coaching is directional. We talk through the three planes where someone can excel at directional coaching, along with four common fears that keep peopl…
 
For JP Krueger, establishing core values is not a once-and-done exercise. In fact, when he noticed that he and his team at Five Stone Tax Advisers were too focused on growth and profitability, JP took time to slow down and work with his team to choose five core values that would drive every part of their business going forward. In this episode, JP …
 
Great leaders are great coaches, and great coaches know when to be assertive. In this episode, we continue our conversation about the five principles of effective coaching and discuss the importance of making healthy, helpful, and productive assertions. We also unpack four characteristics of a healthy assertion that can help you bring out the best …
 
Pete Roberts started Origin U.S.A. because he wanted to take a stand in saving American manufacturing. And in the process of building his company, he found an even deeper purpose through the leadership he could provide for employees who needed a cause to fight for. In this episode, Pete shares why Origin’s mission is so important, and he explains h…
 
Great leaders are great coaches, and great coaches are curious. In this episode, we continue our conversation about the five principles of effective coaching and talk about three areas you can focus on in order to become more curious. We also walk through a framework for asking better questions about where a person is and where they are going. Lead…
 
So many people set out to read the Bible regularly but quickly let it fall by the wayside. In this episode, I continue my conversation with Dr. Michael Easley, who shares practical advice for anyone who wants to make a habit of reading the Bible but doesn’t know where to start. He also explains his process for approaching a passage of Scripture and…
 
There’s a major difference between believing the Bible is truth and actually spending time with it. In this episode, I have the honor of talking with Dr. Michael Easley, the former president of Moody Bible Institute and pastor at Stonebridge Bible Church. He shares some fundamental truths about the Bible and explains how reading it regularly can le…
 
As you set goals for the new year, it’s important to make sure that you’re not only prioritizing growth and sacrificing your health in the process. In today’s episode, we talk through eight truths and lessons that can help you pursue healthy growth this year as you seek to leave a lasting impact with your business and your relationships. The new ye…
 
To be a great leader, you have to learn how to coach, and to be a great coach, you have to be relational. In this episode, we break down six principles of relational coaching, which will help you build trust and provide more value to the people you’re investing in. We also discuss the importance of listening well and unpack seven simple strategies …
 
What is a leader’s job? It seems like a simple question, but often we look at leadership through the lens of other people’s expectations, or we don’t take the time to think about our responsibility to the people around us. In this episode, we explore the idea that the primary responsibility of a leader is to unleash the best in others. To help with…
 
Every year GORUCK holds grueling endurance challenges, and in 2021, Chad Malone was the only finisher of Selection, the most difficult of all the events. In this episode, I talk with Chad about his experience with Selection and other GORUCK events. He explains how a change in motivations helped him to succeed, and he discusses his experience with b…
 
Accountability is a vital part of leadership, but it can easily become toxic when not handled correctly. In this episode we’re talking about six qualities that make accountability healthy. By implementing these in your own life and work, you can experience greater results, keep your commitments as a leader, and strengthen your relationships. I used…
 
It’s relatively easy to create a list of core values for your business, but it’s much more complicated to actually run your day-to-day operations with those values at the forefront. That’s why I was especially excited to talk with Bobby Mikulas, CEO and co-founder of Kinship Landing, a boutique hotel that’s truly a values-based business. Bobby shar…
 
Gratitude is one of the most important practices you can build into your life as a leader. So in this episode, we’re going to walk through a new Thanksgiving tradition: a guided gratitude exercise. With this episode, you’ll have the opportunity to reflect on seven questions that encourage you to cultivate gratitude for the things you’ve experienced…
 
Sometimes the principles that help us most as leaders and professionals are learned in the midst of personal struggles. Melissa Urban is an incredible example of this, as she took her experiences with addiction recovery and food freedom and used them to create Whole 30. It was incredible to hear her story and to dive into some of the lessons she’s …
 
We’re going to talk about the things you might be doing that you need to stop doing and the things that you may be avoiding that you need to start doing. You’re going to walk away with three main principles that you can start practicing immediately as you lead your team and your business. We’re going to talk about what you need to stop doing and wh…
 
Jordan has become a friend and someone I deeply admire and respect. He is an incredible communicator and is gifted at taking time-tested principles and communicating them in a way that makes the complex simple. He is also a practitioner and has real world marketplace experience. He has been the CEO of several different organizations. His new book, …
 
We are talking about a topic that we’re deeply passionate at Path for Growth. Today is going to be extremely actionable because we’re talking about maximizing mentorship. This is a very practical conversation and I’m going to share with you the methodology I’ve created for finding and maximizing mentorship. After buying people coffee or lunch hundr…
 
This is our second conversation with Michelle Meyers, but this time she brought her friend Somer Phoebus. They just recently wrote a book and also run a company together, both by the same name - She Works HIS Way. You are going to love this conversation and we know you’ll find some great takeaways that will impact your life and leadership. Before w…
 
You are the product of the things you do every, single day. The topic of ‘presence’ is often undervalued in the life of a leader because we are so focused on planning. As a result, we can end up missing out on what is going on in the present. To be present as a leader is to express gratitude with your attention in a way that causes others feel comp…
 
When my business started growing, I was looking for someone to lead intentional, growth oriented conversations with groups of high caliber leaders (like we have here at Path for Growth). Right away, only one name came to mind. My friend and team member Olivia Graham is a great business owner in her own right and has been one of the greatest blessin…
 
What if you’re so obsessed with what God did in your life that you’re missing what God is doing in your life? Today is the first in a two-part series about being a more present leader. Let’s start by talking about present leaders and why it’s so important to focus on this. Growing up I would describe myself as being driven, achievement oriented and…
 
Jay Owen is not only a good friend, but also a leader and business owner. He owns Business Builders, which is a digital marketing and web design organization based out of Florida. We’ve gotten to know both his team and his family, and along the way have seen firsthand how he has organized his life and leadership around the six core needs. Today’s c…
 
Jonathan Ronzio is a mountain climber, adventurer and is one of the cofounders of Trainual - a company that helps business owners create digital training playbooks. We have been so impressed with how they do things and how they help business owners grow. One of the things that stands out about Trainual is their marketing. They are such creative mar…
 
There are 6 things you need to focus on to gain freedom from urgency; in part one, we covered: 1. Margin: leave more time than you think you need for the things that matter; frenzy is a choice. 2. Intentionality: instill a sense of intent; in the absence of intentionality, urgency reigns supreme. 3. Boundaries: make sure that there are banks to you…
 
Amber Williams owns a brand strategy and messaging organization. She leads a team of people who work with businesses on their branding. She is one of the most creative people we work with and she has such a great attitude and perspective. When we wanted to sit down and clarify Path for Growth’s brand, we sat down with Amber for a brand strategy ses…
 
Do you have the courage to differentiate between calling and opportunity? Do you own your business, or does your business own you? Are you using your gifts and strengths and working out of your passions? Do you know if you are in the right seat? What if you took a month to restructure and align your habits and rhythms with your mission and values? …
 
You can't do it all when you're in a frantic frenzy. You are someone that needs freedom from urgency. You need to go on this path to finding freedom from urgency. In the first of a two-part series on Freedom from Urgency, we cover these three things you need to focus on: Margin: Leave more time than you think you need for the things that matter. Fr…
 
You will never go wrong prioritizing people, and this interview with Dee Ann Turner proves it. Dee Ann is a best-selling author, a 33-year veteran of Chick-fil-A, Inc. She was selected as the company’s first female officer in 2001 and served as the Vice President, Talent and Vice President, Sustainability. In this interview, she and Alex discuss th…
 
Onboarding creates an opportunity for leaders to maximize the effectiveness of their teams. Impact-driven leaders provide a clear path for the person to become outrageously successful and connected and immersed in the culture over 90 days. One practical way that you can do this is through the creation of a 90-day checklist that: Immerses the person…
 
College isn’t for everyone; if you can work hard and respect others, you will be set. Jerold proves this with his story in this special interview. A good way to respect others is to treat them the way you want to be treated, and this turns out to be at the center of most leadership books written today. In this interview, Jerold and Alex talk about …
 
Although we believe that time is the most valuable resource we have, we ignore where our time is actually going. If most people treated their money the way they treated their time, they would be dead broke. What we’re going to do today is to create space and time for intentional evaluation. Because most of the answers you need, you already have, so…
 
We believe that comfort and growth never co-exist. Today's guest lines up perfectly with that belief. Michael Easter is recognized as one of the world's leading voices on how human beings can integrate modern science to improve health, meaning, and performance. He is the author of The Comfort Crisis, contributing editor at Men's Health magazine, co…
 
Confidence is a healthy assurance in what's been learned from the past, what is true in the present, and what's possible in the future. There's a difference between earned confidence and delusional confidence Confidence is not the absence of weakness, it is awareness of weakness. Confidence is an external expression of an internal reality. Download…
 
The specificity of your strategy will never exceed the specificity of your vision. People do not achieve their goals because they have not clearly defined what success is for themselves. Once you have defined that personally, you need to create a simple and clear plan that you believe in, guiding you to your desired outcome. In today’s path for gro…
 
How do you scale a business? Identify and own your skillset and strengths Hire people who are so passionate about your purpose and vision that they're excited to do the things you're currently procrastinating. That's exactly what we did at Path For Growth when we hired our COO Zack Estes. He just completed his first 90 days as our COO! We are all s…
 
Counseling helps you serve others by living a life of balance, integrity, and constant growth, counseling helps you guard against self-deception. Five steps that you have to adopt and apply if you're going to maximize counseling: 1. Buy in a wholeheartedly · You have to believe this is a worthwhile endeavor · Your outcome will rarely exceed your ou…
 
What would it feel like to crush all your goals and look in the mirror to see a hollow shell and a failure? Mike Valiton knows because he did it. 29 years old and the vice president of a Fortune 500 company, Mike learned the hard way that; you can achieve your goals at the expense of your health, family, spiritual life, and friends because there is…
 
Growth and impact are not created by the absence of conflict. They are created by the presence of healthy conflict. There are 4 primary reasons why impact-driven leaders avoid healthy conflict: The desire to be liked The desire to be comfortable The desire to be in control The desire to move forward fast Download the shownotes PDF to follow along a…
 
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