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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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Humility, love, and service are at the heart of every intentional leadership decision Alan Mulally has made. The former CEO of Boeing and Ford shares tried and true practices from his past that he’s brought with him in his service currently as an executive leadership coach. Alan shares his insights on creating a psychologically safe environment in …
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You need to listen to this episode if you’re looking to make the most of your time on Earth. New York Times bestselling author Oliver Burkeman shares his unique perspective on time management and productivity, challenging traditional approaches and offering a fresh take on how to maximize the limited time we have. He discusses the concept of roles …
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Your self-worth is your ceiling. Learn how to believe you are enough and transform your life with self-made entrepreneur and philanthropist Jamie Kern Lima. Jamie shares her journey from building a billion-dollar cosmetics brand to discovering the importance of authenticity and worthiness. She emphasizes that self-worth is the key to success and fu…
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In this rare episode of On Leadership, guest host Brandon Stone interviews host Scott Miller about his seventh book, Career on Course: 10 Strategies to Take Your Career from Accidental to Intentional. Scott shares the importance of personal and professional values, the need for self-awareness, and the significance of building strong relationships i…
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Everyone needs the insights in this episode to better navigate difficult conversations. FranklinCovey senior consultant and subject matter expert, Barbara Cogburn, joins us for a discussion on the importance of balancing courage and consideration, sharing clear intent, and the power of pausing, observing, and asking questions during difficult conve…
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Renowned producer, actor, entrepreneur, philanthropist, and author Jane Seymour discusses her multifaceted career and the lessons she has learned along the way. She emphasizes the importance of authenticity and staying true to oneself, as well as the power of perseverance and turning challenges into opportunities. She discusses her various ventures…
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Learn what it means to be Passion Struck in this engaging, insightful conversation with personal mastery expert John Miles. John shares how to reinvent yourself, find connection between your inner voice and your true calling, and nurture your passions without getting burned out. He offers examples from his new book, Passion Struck: 12 Principles to…
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Step fully and wholeheartedly into your voice with the practical tactics shared by speaker, author, and podcast extraordinaire, Lisa Carmen Wang. As the author of The Bad Bitch Business Bible, Lisa shares her personal journey of breaking free from societal expectations and finding her own power. In addition to the importance of cultivating resilien…
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Become a more effective communicator by absorbing several practical tips from Matt Abrahams, author of Think Faster, Talk Smarter: How to Speak Successfully When You’re Put on the Spot. Matt is a Lecturer in Organizational Behavior at Stanford University’s Graduate School of Business, where he researches and shares practical ways to improve how you…
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Collaboration with those you may not always agree with is more important than ever before. That is one of several key takeaways from Raj Shah, who currently serves as the President of The Rockefeller Foundation and is the author of Big Bets: How Large Scale Change Really Happens. Raj emphasizes the importance of being an optimist, finding fresh and…
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Discover how to build a workplace that attracts the next generation of leaders with hospitality leadership expert David Arraya. David talks about the powerful impact of being present and how to navigate managing multiple stakeholders as you pursue what he calls conscious leadership. He emphasizes the importance of hospitality skills in the coming g…
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The connection you make with your audience is a number one priority for any speaker or presenter. Author and co-founder of the Washington Speakers Bureau, Bernie Swain, shares this and other tactical tips to help you take your presentation skills to the next level in today’s episode of On Leadership with Scott Miller. Bernie speaks to the value of …
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Joy is a choice you can, and should, make each day. At least that’s the stance taken by award-winning journalist, renowned speaker, and New York Times bestselling author, Malcolm Gladwell. Malcolm discusses the future of work and the importance of organizational culture in a changing landscape, emphasizing the power of overstories and the impact th…
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Whether you are focused on product development, sales, marketing, advertising, or almost anything that involves promoting a product or service, this interview with Russell Brunson is a must-listen. The serial entrepreneur, New York Times bestselling author, and founder of ClickFunnels breaks down the sales funnel process in a way that anyone can pu…
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World record holder Jenn Drummond’s story is both herculean and unrelatable. But in this bestselling author’s new book BreakProof: Seven Strategies to Build Resilience and Achieve Your Life Goals, Jenn shares powerful lessons that apply to and inspire all of us to summit our own metaphorical or literal mountains in life. Jenn discusses her harrowin…
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Episode 326 | This episode is a must-listen before you go to your next dinner party, barbeque, one-on-one, or coffee date with a friend. Highly respected opinion writer, columnist, and bestselling author David Brooks joins us for a candid conversation about the art of truly getting to know those around you. David shares his personal journey of emot…
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Episode 325 | Perseverance and determination play a powerful role in bringing your vision to life. That is one of several key insights offered up by multiple Academy Award-winning producer and New York Times bestselling author, Brian Grazer, in his conversation On Leadership. Brian discusses his book, A Curious Mind: The Secret to a Bigger Life, wh…
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Episode 324 | If you’re looking for insights on how to effectively build and manage your social media presence while staying true to your core values, this is the conversation for you. South Dakotan middle school science teacher and social media phenomenon, Gabe Dannenbring joins us to share what he’s learned from balancing his career as a teacher …
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Episode 323 | Hard is not a harrowing enough word to describe Jihyun Park’s journey, but it’s also simple, true, and accurate. Join Jihyun Park and Seh-Lynn Chai, authors of The Hard Road Out: One Woman’s Escape from North Korea, for a discussion that will make you truly appreciate the privileges we take for granted in democratic societies. Jihyun …
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Episode 322 | The view of life from 3000 feet or higher can offer you some pretty interesting perspectives on what it takes to hang on, let go, and conquer life’s hardest climbs. Join author and champion climber Sasha DiGiulian as she emphasizes the importance of breaking down big goals into achievable steps and surrounding oneself with people who …
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Episode 321 | Mathias Döpfner, CEO of Axel Springer SE, joins Scott Miller for an discussion on the decline of democracy around the world and the need for a new approach to trade policy. Mathias argues that the old paradigm of "change through trade" has actually strengthened non-democratic countries and weakened democracies, suggesting that an alli…
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Episode 320 | If you’ve ever fully committed to a goal or venture without any backup plan, you know what it’s like to persevere in choppy waters. It’s a philosophy embraced at a young age by Matthew Higgins, a very successful serial entrepreneur and author of the book Burn the Boats: Toss Plan B Overboard and Unleash Your Full Potential. Matthew fo…
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Episode 319 | New York Times bestselling author Morgan Housel returns to On Leadership a second time to discuss his newest book, Same as Ever: A Guide to What Never Changes. Morgan emphasizes that success with money is not about intelligence or specific advice, but rather about understanding one's own behavior and mindset. He also talks about the i…
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Episode 318 | Generational differences have an impact on every kind of leader. Author and professor of psychology at San Diego State University, Dr. Jean Twenge, explores the various characteristics that define generations, offering research-based insights on how leaders can develop a better understanding of those they lead regardless of their age.…
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Episode 317 | There is immense value in hard work, commitment, and continuing to show up amid life’s challenges personally and professionally. Professor of business and leadership at Harvard Business School, Dr. Amy Edmondson, dives into these topics as she discusses her new book The Right Kind of Wrong: The Science of Failing Well. Recognized as t…
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Episode 316 | Effective communication is paramount in various contexts, including leadership, relationships, and personal growth. Former journalist and two-time debating world champion, Bo Seo, demystifies these topics by emphasizing the need for clarity in arguments, the importance of understanding the other person's perspective, and the value of …
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Episode 315 | Life is happening for you, not to you. Bestselling author, coach, speaker, and entrepreneur Dean Graziosi has learned a lot from his time working with Tony Robbins, but he says this concept about life has been most impactful for him. As the co-founder of Mastermind.com, Dean discusses the concept of masterminds and their value in prof…
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Episode 312 | Without a clear vision, you can’t expect to know where you’re going. This may seem obvious to some, but for Rory Vaden it’s a lot more than that. As a NYT bestselling author and co-founder of Brand Builders, Rory discusses the importance of self-discipline, perseverance, and having a clear vision for success. He emphasizes the power o…
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Episode 314 | How can you be your best self as a parent? Dr. Lindsay Gibson, author of "Adult Children of Emotionally Immature Parents: How to Heal from Distant, Rejecting, or Self-Involved Parents” joins On Leadership to discuss and reflect on modern parenting. Dr. Gibson explains that emotionally immature parents often train their children to pri…
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Episode 313 | The holidays are a hot bed of family drama for many people. Prepare your hearts with this engaging interview featuring NYT bestselling author Nedra Glover Tawwab. Nedra discusses the importance of setting boundaries in family relationships and how it can positively impact other areas of life. She shares the challenges of navigating re…
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Episode 311 | Creating cultures where we are all celebrated rather than tolerated is a passion of Jennifer McCollum, CEO of Linkage and author of In Her Own Voice: A Woman’s Rise to CEO. Jennifer explores the challenges and hurdles that women face in their journey to leadership positions, emphasizing the need for organizations to create inclusive c…
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Episode 310 | The future of education and learning is up for discussion in this episode of On Leadership. Author and founder of the Khan Academy, Sal Khan, shares his journey of starting Khan Academy and how it has grown to become a platform with over 150 million users worldwide. He emphasizes the importance of traditional skills like reading, writ…
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Episode 309 | The work required to build a high trust culture starts with you. New York Times bestselling author Stephen M. R. Covey outlines the importance of extending trust to others and the need for leaders to go first by setting the stage for high-trust engagement. Stephen shares examples of companies that have successfully built trust within …
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Episode 308 | People-driven and customer-focused is how Delta Air Lines CEO Ed Bastain intentionally chooses to lead his team of 100,000 global professionals. Ed shares personal stories of Delta employees going above and beyond to assist passengers in difficult situations, highlighting the value of empathy and humanity in customer interactions. He …
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Episode 307 | Learn the secrets world-class coaches use to help the best get better with author and CEO of Novus Global, Jason Jaggard. Jason shares the importance of going beyond high performance and continuously growing and improving as a leader. He emphasizes the need for leaders to have an abundance mindset and to model the behaviors they want …
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Episode 306 | It is more important than ever before to build a culture that attracts and retains world-class executives and fosters collaboration and teamwork. That is one of several values outlined by Sarah Harden, CEO of Hello Sunshine, a media brand that focuses on putting women at the center of every story they create and champion. Sarah emphas…
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Episode 305 | The factors that contribute to a happy and healthy life are not a mystery—despite how we often feel. Psychiatrist and lead author of the book The Good Life: Lessons from the World's Largest Scientific Study of Happiness, Dr. Bob Waldinger, shares a few key findings from the study that has been ongoing for 85 years. One of the key find…
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Episode 304 | There’s no such thing as overnight success. It’s a concept brought to life by Sheila Johnson, the co-founder of BET and America's first black female billionaire. Sheila shares the importance of passion and knowing oneself in pursuing a successful career as she reflects back on her own 50-year journey filled with ups and downs. She als…
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Episode 303 | Leaders today must have a strong sense of identity and focus on getting results through their teams. Wall Street Journal bestselling author, leadership coach, and podcast host Martin Moore wants all leaders to know the importance of these leadership skills as they hone their leadership capability and business acumen. He discusses the …
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Episode 302 | You can transform yourself, your team, and your organization by putting Jacob Morgan’s book title to work in your life. Leading With Vulnerability is the name of his recently released book, which dives into the eight attributes of a vulnerable leader. Jacob shares his journey as an entrepreneur and how he became passionate about creat…
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Episode 301 | Things get vulnerable in this conversation with multiple NYT bestselling author Laura Morton. The co-director of the recently released movie “Anxious Nation” shares her personal experience as a mother of an anxious teenager and discusses the normalization of anxiety in our society. Scott reflects on his own experience with anxiety and…
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Episode 300 | There are no words to describe this must-listen 300th episode, but we’re going to try. The spotlight here is fully on Tova Friedman, the author of "The Daughter of Auschwitz: My Story of Resilience, Survival, and Hope.” Tova is a survivor of the Holocaust and shares her mission in writing the book, which is to represent the 1.5 millio…
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Episode 299 | The impact a sports franchise can have on its surrounding community can be profound. Join hometown hero Ryan Smith, the franchise owner and governor of the Utah Jazz, as he discusses his passion for making a positive impact on the community and shares stories of how he strives to create special moments for fans and individuals. Ryan e…
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Zion Clark is no stranger to overcoming adversity and taking on challenges. The extreme athlete, entrepreneur, and author joins us to share his journey of becoming a renowned wrestler and elite athlete, despite being born without lower limbs. Zion emphasizes the importance of perseverance and working hard even when no one is watching. He shares his…
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Episode 297 | Having healthy boundaries is crucial for effective leadership. Check your boundary blindspots in today’s episode featuring psychotherapist and boundary expert Terri Cole, who focuses on the importance of setting and respecting boundaries in personal and professional relationships. Terri explains that having healthy boundaries allows l…
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Episode 296 | Activate your physical and mental health with today’s On Leadership guest. Known to many as “Iceman,” speaker, coach, and author Wim Hof shares his practices of using cold exposure and specific breathing techniques to unlock your human potential. Wim shares his personal story of how he discovered how his unconventional scientific meth…
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Episode 295 | According to Alan Murray, the CEO of Fortune Media, there is plenty to be optimistic about in the ever-changing world of business. His new book, Tomorrow’s Capitalist, explores the changing nature of leadership and the way leaders are looking at their responsibilities to society. Alan emphasizes the need for responsible use of AI and …
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Episode 294 | Some things just need to be talked about more. To ABC journalist and author Matt Gutman, one of those things is the prevalence of panic attacks. Matt shares his personal journey and discusses the importance of shining a spotlight on mental health issues. He emphasizes the value of being open about one's struggles and seeking support f…
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Episode 293 | Your goal is achievable with the right systems in place. NYT bestselling author Jon Acuff returns to On Leadership to elaborate on this idea, sharing insights on the overall construction and measurement of your goals over time. Jon discusses how to effectively and efficiently navigate the three performance zones he identifies as comfo…
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