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YouCollective Pathmakers Podcast uncover and share individual personal stories about personal and professional growth, career development, meaning of success & impact, and leadership
 
Are you desiring a closer relationship with God? If so, where do you start? What tools can you use to grow spiritually and build that all-important relationship with your Creator? This important study aid will set you on the right path. Read and begin implementing these important elements today! Listen to this audiobook or read other Bible study aids online at ucg.org/booklets.
 
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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…
 
Michael Hyatt is a New York Times bestselling author and the founder and Chairman of Michael Hyatt & Company, a productivity and leadership development firm helping successful but overwhelmed leaders get the focus they need to realize the Double Win. Five Circles of Influence: Lead Yourself: Self-leadership precedes team leadership and public influ…
 
3 Foundational Truths The way you view things, determines the way you do things. Your outcome will rarely exceed your outlook. A clear and healthy perspective. Is a responsibility of leadership. 6 Perspectives You Need to Grow: Perceive yourself as limited, because we're human beings. Perceive time as valuable, maximize the time in service towards …
 
Nature does an excellent job of eliminating waste; humans have a propensity to create waste. As leaders, there are resources at your disposal, and you have a calling to use those resources in an efficient manner, but you need to start with yourself. This week Paul joins Alex to discuss Lean, 3S, and the 8 types of waste. Paul Akers is an entreprene…
 
Growth requires struggle, that’s a given, but your growth and the growth of those you lead is dependent on how you respond to that struggle. Will you respond poorly, or will you struggle well? Today’s episode is about how to struggle well and the difference between healthy struggle and toxic struggle. But before we get into it, let’s cover three qu…
 
To be present, you have bridge the gap between who you are and what you do. The art of being present requires discipline. Rob Wall doesn't believe in work-life balance. Instead, he talks about having integrated priorities in today's Path For Growth Conversation. Rob Wall is a Pastor, Speaker, Writer, Content Creator, and Coach based in London, UK. …
 
A great leader asks great questions because a leader's effectiveness is based on their questions, not their answers. The quality of your conversation reflects the quality of your questions. Communication is a skill, not an identity. It’s not something you are born with; it is a discipline, something you practice and learn through repetition. But be…
 
Eighteen years old working at Taco Bell, Chris realized he didn't want to work for anyone else. So he launched two businesses, and along the way, he learned how to build a business bigger than himself. At first, he was scrappy and working 80 hours a week to make things work, then he started to develop core values, mission, and vision, and that's wh…
 
Bad habits are rooted in what you do. Good habits are rooted in who you are. In order to make the most of your morning, start by asking yourself: who are you called to be? The morning is the kingpin of the day, how you start it matters A LOT because: The person that you become is a result of what you repeatedly do You never have to recover from a s…
 
Today Alex is Joined by Kevin Scott, who co-founded the leadership consultancy ADDO, which is Latin for "Inspire." This week they discuss: How to Build a Leadership Culture Why Culture Doesn't Run on Autopilot The Importance of Purpose The Failure of Defining Your Priority For consecutive years, ADDO was the #1 Small business on the Best Places to …
 
8 Characteristics of Loose Grip Leadership: Peace of mind, cheerfulness of spirit, & contentment of heart A standard of commitment, not perfection A willingness to trust first Deep-seated passion for process An ability to receive and extend grace A recognition that purpose is possible today Healthy acceptance of the possibility of failure Unwilling…
 
Leading with a clenched fist creates: Anxiety that increases proportionally to your growth Fear that you will one day lose control Resentment that you can’t have or retain the thing you most need, control Seven questions to determine if you are leading with a clenched fist: Have your attitude, actions, and well-being become beholden to an outcome? …
 
If you ever feel like something is getting in your way and making you second guess yourself or causing you to procrastinate from doing the work you feel called to, then you need to listen to today's episode. Steven Pressfield is a world renowned, best-selling author of over a dozen and a half books, including The War of Art, Turning Pro, and his la…
 
It might be simple, but that doesn't mean it's easy. Sometimes leaders fall into the trap of sophistication bias and buy into the idea that complexity conveys importance. But impact-driven leaders should never underestimate the value of simplicity. So today, we're keeping it simple and discussing two leadership essentials: VISION and EXECUTION. VIS…
 
We are raising money for families who are lacking power, water, food, and shelter in Texas. We will be matching all donations up to $5000 total. Join us to SERVE TEXAS FAMILIES by clicking the link or texting (737) 201-0377. Just make sure you select SERVE TEXAS. Hero’s are approval-seeking, achievement-oriented, people pleasers. A hero lets their …
 
Developmental delegation is any time a leader leverages the handing off of responsibility as an opportunity to increase a team member’s confidence, influence, and ability. At its core, developmental delegation is rooted in 3 fundamental beliefs: Leadership is a skill. Action precedes insight. Decentralization is a worthy goal. Click to download the…
 
Patric Yumul a Husband, Father, Kaizen Enthusiast, and the President of the Mina Group. His passion-filled purpose is to help people grow in character and capacity. In this episode, he explains IKIGAI: Reason for Being/Path For Life. To find your passion-filled purpose, you need to ask yourself 4 questions: What are you good at? What can you get pa…
 
The effectiveness of your leadership is not measured by the number of followers you have but by the number of leaders you develop. As an impact-driven leader, you must be willing to sacrifice short term efficiency for long-term effectiveness. Developing leaders take a lot longer than creating followers. If you are creating followers, then by nature…
 
It was an honor to have Michelle join us for this interview. If you don't know Michelle, buckle up. She's a wife and mom, a speaker, author of 5 books, and almost 8 years ago, she started a business called She Works His Way, but most importantly, her love for God is demonstrated by her love for others. You will want to listen to this episode twice …
 
So often people think they have a time management problem, when in reality they have a time leadership problem. In today's episode we go over 4 tactics to help you proactively respond to the precious and finite resource of time. Download today's shownotes here. Our whole team is rooting for you. We want to see you win! Remember, my strength is not …
 
Bryan Miles is a successful entrepreneur, husband, father, backpacker, mountain climber, mentor, and writer. In addition, he’s the Co-Chair and Co-Founder of BELAY. He and his wife, Shannon, are proud Co-Owners. Bootstrapping their business with no outside funding, the company has generated over $100M in revenues since its beginning and has explode…
 
Have you ever heard a rant that resonates deep in your soul? If not, you’re about to. There’s nothing wrong with a well-timed and thought out rant. We rant about what makes us angry, and we get angry about what we care about. Everyone needs to hear this. Here's the principle: There's a massive difference between self-improvement and selfish improve…
 
Defining the theme for your year is the practice we're focusing on in today's content episode. Impact-driven leaders are intentional; they are not passive and reactive. So we're jumping into 2021 with intentionality and focus. We're going to define a specific word to characterize the year and use it as a filter for our brain to categorize the thing…
 
If something with more than one person involved works effectively over an extended period of time, there are always leadership lessons to be learned. This episode is a rollercoaster because we're going from laughing and joking to things that are really serious all thrown into one episode. As goofy as this episode sounds, there are some important le…
 
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