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Hosted by Ken Coleman, the EntreLeadership Podcast features lively discussions and tips on leadership and business by some of the top minds in the business, like Mark Cuban, Seth Godin, Jim Collins and Simon Sinek.
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#299: Our Best Podcasts of 2018
From tackling the right reasons to lead and the danger of complacency to figuring out how and why to drive innovation, we’ve covered a lotof ground in 2018. So much, in fact, that it’s near impossible to pick a favorite episode. But guess what? You don’t have to! We’ve compiled a comprehensive roundup of the year’s episodes that did what the best ones always do: inform and inspire, change our perspective, and challenge us to stretch ourselves. Trust us, they’re well worth a second (or third!) listen.   Dr. Marshall Goldsmith—4 Ways to Win Now   The Rundown:After years spent traveling the globe working with top CEOs, world-renowned leadership coach and best-selling author Dr. Marshall Goldsmith has discovered a universal truth: We all make mistakes. Luckily, there are four behaviors you can adopt right now that can help put you on a more successful—and likely more profitable—leadership path.   Top Takeaway:Although Marshall’s advice is simple and straightforward, lasting change takes time—and some pretty major commitment and determination.   Favorite Quote:“Stop asking for feedback and then expressing your opinion.” – Dr. Marshall Goldsmith     Patrick Lencioni—Lead for the Right Reasons   The Rundown:If you think being a leader is all about personal glory, fame and wealth, best-selling author and leadership expert Patrick Lencioni says you have it all wrong. Join us to hear Pat explain what he calls the only valid form of leadership, as well as the four things that only a leader can—and must—do.   Top Takeaway:As the leader, if you aren’t doing the hardest things, you aren’t doing your job.   Favorite Quote:“What we need to do is make it unacceptable for people to be leaders if they think it’s about them.” – Patrick Lencioni     Dan Heath—Moments That Change Lives   The Rundown:In a world where we’re all constantly trying to craft experiences—like that of our customers, patients, users, you name it—New York Timesbest-selling author Dan Heath has figured out how to get it right. The science behind Dan’s four essential elements of experience is as fascinating as the results they elicit.   Top Takeaway:The most memorable moments usually don’t involve grand gestures or over-the-top gimmicks.   Favorite Quote:“In a minute, you can change someone’s life. That is a power that I think many of us are not aware that we have, and certainly aren’t using the way that we can.” – Dan Heath     Charles Koch—The Danger of Complacency   The Rundown:Ever since taking over his family’s business at age 25, Charles Koch has been guided by a singular mantra: Success is one of the biggest enemies of success. Tune in as Charles explains why complacency is never an option and what you need to do to outpace your competition.   Top Takeaway:We all need to be lifelong learners, always striving to find new ways to deliver unparalleled value for our customers.   Favorite Quote:“Our philosophy is however well we’re doing as individuals in our roles or as a business, it can be done better. You need to constantly be striving to improve.” – Charles Koch     Carmine Gallo—The No. 1 Skill You Need Now   The Rundown:In the age of automation and artificial intelligence, there is one skill that has yet to be replicated by a robot: persuasive communication. Best-selling author Carmine Gallo calls it theskill that makes you irreplaceable in business today. Join us to learn two easy ways to up your communication game.   Top Takeaway:Your value is in your ideas, but ideas don’t sell themselves. Your success depends on your ability to communicate well.     Favorite Quote:“If you cannot advocate and champion your ideas persuasively, they’re not going to matter.” – Carmine Gallo     Bobby Gruenewald—Find a Way, Not an Excuse   The Rundown:Even if the odds are stacked against your next big idea—no budget, no time, no scope—you may be in a much better position than you think. Tune in to hear Bobby Gruenewald, Innovation Leader at Life.Church, explain why limited resources force you to become more creative and innovative.   Top Takeaway:Money is not always the solution to the problem. Surprisingly, an unlimited budget may actually limityour success.   Favorite Quote:“Innovation happens within constraints.” – Bobby Gruenewald     Charles Duhigg—Ignore Conventional Wisdom   The Rundown:If you ask New York Timesbest-selling author Charles Duhigg, many of the most innovative ideas today aren’t exactly original—and he’s got plenty of evidence to prove it. Join us as Charles breaks down the highly effective habits of creative people so you can learn how to drive innovation in your organization.   Top Takeaway:The most creative, ground-breaking solutions are often the result of bringing old solutions to new problems.   Favorite Quote:“When we give ourselves permission to take risks, to ignore convention, that’s when oftentimes we have our most creative ideas.” – Charles Duhigg     Ken Coleman—6 Stages of Self-Discovery   The Rundown:A self-proclaimed professional question asker, Ken Coleman—host of the EntreLeadership Podcast and The Ken Coleman Showon Sirius XM—has conducted hundreds of interviews and has concluded that most of us are in pursuit of the same thing: significance. Tune in as Ken walks us through his six-stage method of getting to what he calls the “sweet spot”: a pursuit that combines your greatest talent with your greatest passion. Now that’s what we call a dream job.   Top Takeaway:Asking questions (and lots of them!) is the secret to finding your path.   Favorite Quote:“Step into the confidence of the unknown.”   entreleadership.com/podcast EntreLeadership Reading Guide (100 book recommendations!) Harness Your Inner Genius from Infusionsoft   Want expert help with your business question? Call 844-944-1070 and leave a message or send an email to podcast@entreleadership.com. You could be featured on a future podcast episode!
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Robbie Walker

Halfway through this book now. It is perfect as a companion of the compound effect. I am really loving the techniques and science taught in this book!

Feb 5th
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Brett Bittner

I found multiple issues with the audio file. Skips, replay and the like. Not sure how to address this with the producer.

Feb 4th
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Frank Boucher (FBoucheros)

nice episode. I added the book into my to read queue...

Jan 18th
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Deanna DeVito

Wow!!! David's story was soooo moving. The way he turned a negative to a complete positive was mind blowing. His description of how fear clings to the mind to warp what our purpose is in life is so true. Bravo to David for overcoming and succeeding! Thank you Ken for these continued messages of hope and the tools to act for our true self.

Jan 7th
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Jared Whitmer

This is such a GREAT episode! I'm recommending this to all my friends! Best quote "A lot of people know how to set goals, what they don't know is how to have a relationship with them"!

Dec 12th
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Lisa Moreno

Loved this episode!

Dec 11th
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WorldGym LexPark

wow! THAT was a great episode! what great content!

Dec 11th
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Cristian Concha

Competence + Integrity = Possibility to delegate (just bright)

Dec 7th
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Fadil Ayoub

Thank u

Nov 27th
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Sai Chavali

enjoyed episode 292. interesting thoughts from Jesse.

Nov 25th
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Austin Peek

Great Podcast! Reminds me of another awesome one I've heard about... Millionaire Interviews. Keep it up!

Jul 11th
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Cristopher Alexis Rojas Arriaga

great podcast, I'll use those techniques

Jun 6th
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E Hall

1400 min good points

May 23rd
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Adrian Whitmire

I gained nothing from this one

Jan 30th
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iTunes User

Great high quality material!

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

I appreciate the fact that Dave is interested in helping others be better in whatever their calling is...Good biblical example..Thanks Dave !

Aug 30th
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iTunes User

Great info on where to start thinking as a leader - not with the who, what, when, and where, but WHY.

Aug 30th
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