How do you incentivize people to join your organization? Businesses that prioritize education and development are the most successful in attracting good people to be great employees. In this episode, Chad Peterman, President and Co-Owner of Peterman Brothers, pulls back the curtain on corporate training. He shares his thoughts on the purpose of creating a workplace where everyone can go as far as their dreams can take them. Listen to hear his perspective on treating development as an investment, not a cost, and how the first step to change is looking inward.
Putting your head down and muscling through imposter syndrome does not solve the core issue and threatens to set your growth back. Stacey Ruth, Founder and CEO of The Unstoppable Leader and best-selling author, teaches leaders to lean into discomfort and embrace their intuition. She knows the cost of letting the negative stories tell yourself can come at far too high a price. In this episode, Stacey shares how she recognized her imposter syndrome and confronts it daily. Listen in to discover the joys—and discomforts—of being fully present on your journey and leveling up your intuition.
Today my son, Peyton, starts middle school. There’s been a mix of excitement and anxiousness – which is normal whenever we experience a transition. We’ve been having many conversations about how to navigate the changes and challenges he’s about to face. And it got me thinking how these times of transition in our lives can...
A failure is only a failure if you don’t learn from it. Travis Brown, the Founder and CEO of Mojo UP Marketing and Media, say the best thing a leader can do is embrace and share their failures. When they do that, and encourage others to do the same, teams can can collectively use mistakes to up their game and move forward. In this episode, Travis shares how creating an environment where people aren’t afraid to fail leads to resiliency, creative thinking, and achieving things you never thought possible.