It's been said that everything rises and falls on leadership, EVERYTHING! The world needs great leaders and that's why they're always in such high demand. Leaders who love their people and are able to communicate, build teams, and help their people grow, personally and professionally, will change lives and inspire the next generation of great leaders. If you're passionate about developing as a leader, this podcast will give you some great ideas and equip you with tools to quickly grow your leadership ability, even if you've never been in a leadership role.
Everyone on the planet is in some sort of sales. Whether we are selling a product, a service, an idea, or ourselves to others, our ability to influence people to see things from our perspective greatly determines our success. Selling is not easy, but when successful, it is extremely rewarding. Salespeople and leaders are always in high demand across the B2B, B2C, and H2H, sectors, everywhere and we're on a mission to help you become a sales superstar!
If we're not growing we're dying, it's as simple as that. People who enjoy this podcast are ones who are annoyed by the status quo. They're always looking to take what they're doing to the next level, they're mad at mediocrity and strive to get better every single day. We believe that good is the enemy of great, so we strive for greatness and impact. If you're on a journey of personal growth and development, this podcast is for you!
Each week, tune in to hear inspiring interviews, learn about lessons from failure, and generate ideas on how to lead, sell, and grow to make a huge impact in your life. We're super excited to have you with us!
Why You’re Not Reaching Your Goals with Matt Schneider
So many of us are doing all we can to break the cycles we were raised in and provide a better life and future for the next generation. Through our pain and struggles, we can grow into the person we are meant to be. On the other hand, it is easy to blame our circumstances and choose the “easy” path of making excuses as to why we are not reaching our goals. The key is to choose the hard path first and pave the way for an easier future for ourselves and our children. Today’s guest is an incredibly inspiring example of doing just that, and he encourages us to dig deep to find our core values and filter everything in our lives through them in order to find success.
Matt Schneider is the Executive Vice-President & equity owner of a global software (SaaS) company with a target valuation of over $150M. He is also the co-founder of The MDK Project, a leadership development program, and The Squire Program, a development program for young men and their fathers to experience together. Prior to becoming a successful entrepreneur, Matt spent 7 years in Special Operations on SWAT and was a TFO on the United States Marshal’s Office Fugitive Team. Matt has helped 7 and 8-figure companies elevate their profits by focusing on leadership, team cohesion, and problem-solving complex issues that are costing a great deal of time and money.
In this episode of Lead Sell Grow - The Human Experience podcast, Matt gets real with us about the fact that too many people in our society bail at the first sign of a struggle or adversity. What we need to do is embrace hard times and use them as an opportunity for growth and development for who we want to become. Regardless of our background or personal circumstances, we all have the ability and obligation to take charge of our life and pivot toward a life of abundance. Matt is open about the mistakes he made in his early business days, and how those mistakes cost him his health, happiness, and a lot of money. By establishing his non-negotiable core values and filtering everything in his life through them, Matt was able to turn his life around and create abundance and success.
Permanently Change Any Behavior, Action, or Belief with Adele Spraggon
What if everything you have been taught about how to stop procrastinating, reduce overwhelm, and achieve your goals, has been wrong all along? This is exactly what behavioral change expert Adele Spraggon is saying, and she has a formula that will help you finally ditch the negative patterns that aren’t serving you, and how to keep those patterns away for good. Drawing on the most recent findings in brain research along with inspiring stories of breakthroughs and triumphs from her coaching clients, Adele demonstrates that almost any obstacle can be overcome with the right operating instructions.
Adele Spraggon is an award-winning author, a thought leader, an international trainer, and a fearless speaker. In 2020, she was awarded the Woman of Inspiration: Customer Experience Award, and in 2021, she was recognized as the Top Behavioral Expert of the Year by IAOTP: International Association of Top Professionals. Her recent book Shift: 4 Steps to Personal Empowerment has won three awards for its revolutionary message about how to actually set and achieve goals.
In this episode, Adele explains that our brain likes to form patterns, and since we are not born with any patterns already formed, they form as we go through life and the ones that work in our early life, stick with us. Sometimes those patterns benefit us by keeping us alive and safe, but what if we have patterns that are holding us back from our potential? Unfortunately, that is the case for so many people. Adele explains how we determine if a pattern is working for us, or if it is something we need to work to change. Changing those deep-rooted patterns might seem like a daunting task, but Adele breaks down how simple it actually is if we learn to take ownership of the patterns we have. By following her 4-step method for subtracting negative patterns, we can better navigate this world and actually achieve any goal.
Becoming a Savage Servant with Ray “Cash” Care
Being a savage servant is about being a man of integrity and strength, while also leading with value and serving others. Ray “Cash” Care leads programs that separate the average from the savage. Too many people self-sabotage, but knowing your worth and what you are capable of is key.
Ray “Cash” Care is a Navy SEAL veteran with multiple tours, and he is the Founder of CONQUER, a leadership and team building program designed to push you physically, mentally and emotionally for individuals to break through personal barriers. Ray is also the lead instructor for The Squire program, which is a program designed to give young men a right of passage into manhood and go through the experience with their fathers. Recently, Eric and his son Max were able to be a part of this amazing experience. Ray is also the lead instructor for the MDK project. That stands for Modern Day Knight and he dives into what the 75 hour project looks like and what it does for men that finish the challenge. Ray is also a movie star who starred in Captain Philips with Tom Hanks and has been featured in multiple TV shows.
In this episode of Lead Sell Grow - The Human Experience podcast, Ray emphasizes the importance of prioritizing your family, fitness, finance, and faith. He shares his words of wisdom to get unstuck and get moving forward toward a life of fulfillment and purpose.
Don’t Let Your Inner Critic Win with Bedros Keuilian
On our journey through life, we travel with both an inner advocate and an inner critic. The problem is that most people let their inner critic take the driver’s seat and lead them through a life of mediocrity instead of down the path of finding significance and a powerful sense of purpose. Today’s guest is an incredibly inspirational example of what it looks like to turn pain and struggle into an extraordinary life of impact for not only himself, but for the world.
Bedros Keuilian is an American Entrepreneur and a believer in the American Dream. He and his family are immigrants who escaped communism and came to the United States to find freedom, opportunity, and a better life. Today Bedros is a serial entrepreneur and investor in over a dozen industry leading brands and businesses. He’s the founder of Fit Body Boot Camp, which has hundreds of locations worldwide. Bedros is the author of the Wall Street Journal Best Selling book “Man Up –How To Cut The BS and Dominate In Business and In Life.” His inspiring story of growing up in a very poor refugee family and the hardships they faced, to building the empire he has today, is sure to inspire you to get unstuck and reach your fullest potential.
In this episode, Bedros shares what is first days in America were like after he and his family fled Armenia, why he would never trade the hardships they faced, and how it all help mold him into who he is today. Bedros takes us through his transformation and how he used his pain and struggles to propel him forward to ask the right questions and keep pushing forward. Bedros has an important message about masculinity and why he believes it is currently at stake. You won’t want to miss his message to ditch your inner critic and get your inner advocate in the driver’s seat of your life.
Build Better Relationships by Understanding Personality Types with Merrick Rosenberg
There is no denying that understanding various personality types helps reduce and resolve drama in the workplace, and any areas of life for that matter. Understanding how others are wired gives us major clues on how to interact with them and leads to empathy instead of frustration during times of conflict. With there being so many different personality quizzes out there, it can become overwhelming to know which ones to pay attention to, but the DISC framework is very easy to understand, and widely used in the workplace. Today’s guest found a way to make these personality types even more interactive by bringing them to life and teaching others how to better communicate and foster an engaging culture.
Merrick Rosenberg reinvented how people learn about themselves through the power of personality. He is the CEO of Take Flight Learning and author of five books about the Eagle, Parrot, Dove, and Owl styles, which you will learn about today. Merrick has worked with more than half of the Fortune 100 companies in the U.S. and around the world. Under Merrick’s leadership as CEO of Take Flight Learning, his company has been selected as the New Jersey Business of the Year by NJ Biz Magazine and has repeatedly been named as one of the Fastest Growing Companies and Best Places to Work in the Philadelphia area by the Philadelphia Business Journal.
In this episode, Merrick explains the idea of the “platinum rule”, which is to treat others how they want to be treated, instead of how you want to be treated. This idea is crucial because not everyone engages the same way, and learning to communicate with others based on their personality helps us to better get our message across and reduce conflict. This idea isn’t just applicable for leaders, but is also a very important concept for relationships in general whether it’s with a partner or our kids. Merrick shares very exciting news about an upcoming project he has been working on, and you don’t want to miss this one.
Win Your Day with Strong Morning and Evening Routines with Jose Escobar
There are books dedicated to creating your ideal morning routine, and social media posts talking about the importance of starting your day with intention, but have you also thought about your evening routine? While morning routines are very important to start your day off right, the way you wind down at the end of the day is also crucial. Today’s guest describes your morning and evening as “the bookends of your day,” and he is here to teach you how to win each and every day.
Jose Escobar has been a sales professional for over 20 years, many of which included management positions. Currently, Jose is the Sales Director for The Educational Funding Company and he is the proud Founder of The Entrepreneur's Bookshelf. Reading books has always been a passion for Jose along his journey of personal growth, and he reads about 1-2 books a week regularly. He is also in the speaking and coaching business helping others achieve high-level business success. His upcoming book, “Winning The Day: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Morning and Evening Routine Mastery” will teach you how to move the needle in both your personal and professional life.
In this episode, Jose walks us through how he starts and ends every day, and why he decided to become dedicated to personal and professional development. In his early life, he lacked direction and discipline and knew that he was not on a path where he was going to reach his fullest potential. Jose became a dedicated reader and knows that information without implementation is just head knowledge and not actually doing anything to help you move forward. He turned his life around and launched two successful 6 figure businesses in just 7 months. This episode with Jose will inspire you to have a strong foundation at the beginning and end of your day.
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