This is "Your Best Day Yet," a podcast built by Center for Victory to provide inspirational content for leaders and professionals. Center for Victory hopes to unlock, reinforce, and enrich relationships through personal and professional development with our short, easy-to-digest episodes. With guests in different sectors and episodes coming out every Monday, make sure to come back every week to get a fresh dose of "Your Best Day Yet!"
Not Divided, United w/ Guest Paul Spradley
Today's Episode Eric interviews one of our favorites here at Center for Victory, Dr Paul Spradley. The two discuss the injustices our world has been facing, how to understand others, and steps of action to make the world more united.
Reconnecting with Joy
In today's episode, Eric Guy speaks with Chief Joy Officer for his company on June's theme, "Get Connected." The two determine what joy has looked like for them, how fear halts growth, and how to overcome current hardships facing your personal joy. How will you reconnect with your joy today?
What is Empathy?
Today, Chief Victory Officer, Eric Guy interviews the incredible CEO of Care Based Leadership, Paul Spradley. The two discuss empathy, sympathy, and the importance of connection.
Today, Eric interviews Westminster student infamous for his YouTube show, "Jack in the Box," Jack Karson. Eric and Jack speak about how they've stayed connected as extroverts during our current crisis. In the comments below, let us know how you've stayed connected and how you've adjusted to our online world.
Your Capital S Story
Today, Eric Guy interviews the President and Chief Story Teller of WordWrite, Paul Furiga. What is your Capital S story, and how will you go about defining why your story drives your brand? Leave a like and comment below with your thoughts and subscribe for more important topics like today.
How's that Going for You?
Eric Guy interviews Author, Vistage Chair, and Executive Coach, John Dame. We want to know what kind of mindset you believe it takes to be a leader and how you're going to train your mind to be a better leader in the comments below.