We wind up our EntreLeadership Summit podcast series with a fascinating conversation featuring Dave and best-selling business author Patrick Lencioni. The pair discuss the three qualities you need to look for when trying to hire ideal team members—and what characteristics you need to avoid. To wrap up, Dave and Pat answer questions from Summit attendees, including how to bust through to the next level, how to develop leaders, and how to stop spending your time putting out fires.
On today’s bonus episode from EntreLeadership Summit, we’re featuring a Q&A session with one of our favorite leadership experts—Simon Sinek. In addition to his lesson, Simon took the time to answer queries from our attendees. Once off the stage, Simon continued sharing his insights in a special conversation with podcast host Ken Coleman. We’re wrapping up today’s episode with an interview with Josh Hayes, a top Dutch Bros. Coffee franchisee. Dutch Bros. is known for its amazing coffee and incredible culture. Josh shares how he keeps his team motivated and fired up to win.
He may be known for teaching leadership and writing international best sellers, but John C. Maxwell says what he’s most passionate about is personal growth. On the final day of EntreLeadership Summit, he takes the stage to share his tips on bringing out the best in yourself and your team. Check out this excerpt from his lesson. Following his talk, podcast host Ken Coleman interviews John for even more wisdom, plus our top leaders take part in a special Q&A session.
We start the second day of our special EntreLeadership Summit podcast series with an excerpt from today’s talk by one of the winningest college football coaches of all time—Lou Holtz. Lou shares his simple rule to success, which works for life or business. As a bonus, podcast host Ken Coleman interviews Coach Lou on the characteristics of a championship team, plus much more. Country superstar and entrepreneur John Rich also stops by. Then, we end the day with two EntreLeaders who share their stories.
We’re broadcasting live from EntreLeadership Summit in Orlando, Florida, this week. We start with opening remarks from our own Dave Ramsey on the power of intentionality and an additional interview with Dave by podcast host Ken Coleman. Also on tap, Ken interviews two EntreLeaders who share their stories. Today is just the start of this special week. Check out new episodes each day and take part in the fun!
If there are two qualities every small-business owner needs, it’s perseverance and the willingness to grow slowly. And this week’s featured guest could be a poster child for both. EntreLeader Danielle Ontiveros, CEO of Grab the Gold, joins us to discuss her company’s journey to becoming a national brand and how even a hurricane couldn’t stop her from building her business. EntreLeadership host Ken Coleman shares his thoughts on perseverance too, along with answering listeners’ mail.
If you’re struggling to recruit talent, listen in. Because according to this week’s guest, Adam Braun, your traditional candidate pool is about to get a lot deeper. The founder of Pencils of Promise, a nonprofit that builds elementary schools in third-world nations, has recently launched a new form of higher education. MissionU is an alternative to college that teaches students the hard and soft skills they need to thrive in any 21st century career. And did we mention that every student graduates without being saddled with debt? This is a fascinating conversation that explores a rising trend you can’t ignore.
In a recent study of CEOs, it was found that the highest predictor of success is knowing your own strengths and weaknesses. And on this week’s episode, we have the perfect person to help you become more self-aware. Best-selling author and psychologist Ian Morgan Cron joins us to discuss the Enneagram personality type system, which gives insight on who you are, how you think and feel, and why you act the way you do. If you are a leader or want to be one some day, don’t miss this episode.