Archives from October 2018

Drew Dudley on Everyday Leadership

Become the leader you want to be right away.

October 19, 2018 / Podcast # 18-29

Drew Dudley

The understanding of what it takes to be a leader is both overly broad and too specific. We focus on lone, mythical, usually white, male figures and discount the leadership abilities inherent in all of us. Drew Dudley, author of the new book This is Day One, joins us to share his definition of a leader and how we can start acting like one today.

Drew Dudley’s TEDx talk “Everyday Leadership” has been viewed close to five million times and praised by Time, Business Insider, and Inc. magazine. Dudley is the founder of Day One Leadership, where he works with individuals and organizations around the world to unlock their leadership potential.

 

Charlie Harary on Unlocking Greatness

Making your way to the life you dream of.

October 12, 2018 / Podcast # 18-28

Charlie Harary

We’re constantly trying to make changes that don’t align with our brains. We make New Years resolutions and try to keep up with the news and watch movies about people achieving great things while not doing much ourselves. Carlie Harary, author of Unlocking Greatness, joins us to talk about ways we can relax more while still becoming the kind of person we dream we could be.

Charlie Harary is an executive at a global asset management company based in New York. He is a clinical professor at the Sy Syms School of Business at Yeshiva University and hosts the radio shows The Charlie Harary Show and the Unlocking Greatness podcast. Harary is a sought-after corporate speaker for subjects ranging from business success to effective communications to personal growth.

 

Allen Gannett on Encouraging Your Creative Curve

Finding the creative side in us all.

October 5, 2018 / Podcast # 18-27

Allen Gannett

The myth of the lone creative genius is “wildly destructive” says Allen Gannett, not to put too fine a point on it. Our guest today talks about how we need to bring our ideas about inspiration out of the clouds and back to a much more encouraging and attainable reality. In a world of increasing automation, our creativity is our most valuable asset.

Allen Gannett is the founder and CEO of TrackMaven, a software analytics firm whose clients have included Microsoft, Marriott, Saks Fifth Avenue, Home Depot, Aetna, Honda, and GE.  He has been on the “30 Under 30” lists for both Inc. and Forbes.