I love to talk – especially when it’s speaking with bright people who ask great questions. I’ve been fortunate enough lately to speak about leadership and life with a couple of great guys. What’s in that for you are a couple of interviews and conversations about leadership I know you’ll enjoy.
First, I spoke with Bill Ringle of My Quest for the Best (CLICK HERE to listen to the interview). Bill routinely interviews some great business leaders on topics ranging from leadership to customer service. We spent a great deal of time on two major topics: leadership and building and running an entrepreneurial business. The major topics covered in the conversation were:
– The distinction between managing and leading
– What leaders did to deepen trust and improve communications at a Fortune 100 company
– Why boundaries are so elusive for leaders and how to make them work better
– The steps to take to build a profitable, scalable company
– The mindset needed to grow your company in a short period of time
CLICK HERE to listen to my full discussion with Bill Ringle.
The second conversation I had was with Moe Abdou of 33 Voices (CLICK HERE to listen to the interview). We also spent a bunch of time discussing leadership, entrepreneurship, and my book One Piece of Paper: The Simple Approach to Powerful, Personal Leadership. Moe did a great job getting into the nuances of what leaders can do to be more authentic.
CLICK HERE to listen to my conversation with Moe Abdou.
I hope you enjoy the interviews and would love to hear your thoughts and feedback in the comments section below. I’d also like your opinion and feedback on if you like this type of content as a blog post (i.e., do you like when I share audio or video interviews I’ve done?). Thanks for listening!
– If you like listening to leadershippy stuff, you can get the full, unabridged version of One Piece of Paper on Audible.com. If you have a long road trip coming up or if you want to sit around and listen to the book, I encourage you to CLICK HERE to get your copy. They did a great job of putting it on audio.