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We are obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximizing the impact of your leadership. Each month, we will produce two episodes to help you grow and develop as a leader. One will be a personal lesson by our Founder, Doug Smith and the other will be a conversation with a leader. Our hope is that you will not only learn great leadership lessons but that you will catch great leadership from the lives of the leaders and lessons we expose you to.

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We are obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximizing the impact of your leadership. Each month, we will produce two episodes to help you grow and develop as a leader. One will be a personal lesson by our Founder, Doug Smith and the other will be a conversation with a leader. Our hope is that you will not only learn great leadership lessons but that you will catch great leadership from the lives of the leaders and lessons we expose you to.

    My Story: How Ordinary People Doing Ordinary Things Made an Extraordinary Difference

    My Story: How Ordinary People Doing Ordinary Things Made an Extraordinary Difference

    It's Thanksgiving week, and a lot of people are spending time thinking about what they're grateful for. As I reflect on my life, I'm overwhelmed with gratitude for the people who have made a difference in my life story.
    Today, I share that story, as well as the practical lessons that I've learned along the way to help you in leadership and life. I note the importance of giving voice to gratitude, and the power of inviting a person to be a part of something. I define real friendship, sharing my friend's observation that real friends don't just love you as you are; they love you enough not to let you stay where you are. I emphasize the weight your words hold, I invite you to let God write your story, and I call you to reach out to the people who have made a difference in your life. Throughout it all, I note the power of ordinary people's ordinary actions.
    "The only way to change the world is when ordinary people do ordinary things that make an extraordinary difference."
    - Doug Smith
    "You could live a thousand lives writing your own story, and it would never compare to the one story that God wants to write for you. But you have a choice in that: you have to give Him the pen; you have to let Him write the story."
    - Doug Smith
    Key Takeaways this week on the L3 Leadership Podcast:
    ●       The power of the ordinary to accomplish the extraordinary
    ●       The importance of thanking people
    ●       How to recognize a real friend
    ●       Why your words matter
    ●       Making the choice to let God write your story
     
    Mentioned Resources:
    ●       Join an L3 Leadership mastermind group!
    ●       Henne Jewelers
    ●       Beratung Advisors
     
    Welcome to the L3 Leadership Podcast!
    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, where we’re obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximize the impact of your leadership.
     
    If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.
     
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    • 26 min
    Leah Lizarondo's Lessons Learned from Starting and Scaling 412 Food Rescue

    Leah Lizarondo's Lessons Learned from Starting and Scaling 412 Food Rescue

    Leah Lizarondo is the co-founder and CEO of 412 Food Rescue and the CEO of Food Rescue Hero, a technology platform that food rescue organizations like 412 use to facilitate food recovery. 
    Today, Leah shares her story, explaining why food rescue is so important and why she’s passionate about it personally. She explains what the Food Rescue Hero app is and discusses the practical ways it helps combat food waste. She offers her advice for creating an effective app and discusses what she has learned about the art of entrepreneurship. She shares her tips for fundraising and notes the importance of enjoying the journey. She discusses her identity as an immigrant, explaining how it affects her mission, and she shares her tips on promoting diversity effectively and respectfully. She offers her insight on leadership in the Covid era, notes the potential of technology to be a force for good, and emphasizes the power of micro acts of kindness.
    “If you don’t ask, the default answer’s no.” - Leah Lizarondo
    “Enjoy the journey. Enjoy where you’re at, and just grow.” - Leah Lizarondo
    Key Takeaways this week on the L3 Leadership Podcast:
    ●       The mission of Food Rescue Hero
    ●       Leah’s advice for creating an effective app
    ●       Tips for fundraising
    ●       How to promote diversity
    ●       Leadership in the COVID era
    ●       Technology as a force for good
    ●       The power of micro acts of kindness
    Mentioned Resources:
    ●       412 Food Rescue
    ●       Food Rescue Hero
    ●       Enchantment: The Art of Changing Hearts, Minds, and Actions by Guy Kawasaki
    ●       The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers by Ben Horowitz
    ●       Henne Jewelers
    ●       Beratung Advisors
    Welcome to the L3 Leadership Podcast!
    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, where we’re obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximize the impact of your leadership.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.
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    • 44 min
    Pete Scazzero on How to Become an Emotionally Healthy Leader

    Pete Scazzero on How to Become an Emotionally Healthy Leader

    After leading New Life Fellowship Church for 26 years, Pete Scazzero co-founded Emotionally Healthy Discipleship, a groundbreaking ministry that moves the church forward by slowing it down in order to multiply deeply changed leaders and disciples. He hosts the top-ranked Emotionally Healthy Leader Podcast and is also the author of a number of bestselling books, including The Emotionally Healthy Leader and Emotionally Healthy Spirituality. Pete and his wife Geri also developed the two-part Emotionally Healthy Discipleship Course, a powerful resource that helps move people from a shallow to a deep relationship with Jesus.
    Today, Pete joins me to talk about his journey to becoming an emotionally healthy leader and share how other leaders can take the same journey. He talks about the unbreakable link between emotional health and spiritual maturity and the power of experiencing grief and loss. He rebuts our culture’s unhealthy definition of success, offering his own biblical definition. He notes the meaning of marriage, explaining why it must take priority. He discusses the importance of rhythm and the power of keeping the Sabbath holy. He explains what a rule of life is, sharing how leaders can implement it in their lives. He talks about the need for counter-cultural communities and explains why, often, just reading a book isn’t enough for it to change your life.
    “Success is being the person God calls you to become and doing what God calls you to do, in His way and according to His timetable.”
    - Pete Scazzero
    Key Takeaways this week on the L3 Leadership Podcast:
    ● Emotional health and spiritual maturity can’t be separated
    ● The importance of discovering and recognizing your emotions
    ● There’s gold and treasure in grief and loss
    ●  Success is being the person God calls you to become and doing what God calls you to do, in His way and according to His timetable
    ● If you’re called to marriage, it needs to become your first priority
    ● The power of slowing down and the importance of rhythm
    ● The power of keeping the Sabbath
    ● The power of community to shape and transform culture
    Mentioned Resources:
    ● emotionallyhealthy.org
    ● Pete’s Twitter
    ● Pete’s Facebook
    ● Pete’s Instagram
    ● The Emotionally Healthy Leader: How Transforming Your Inner Life Will Deeply Transform Your Church, Team, and the World by Pete Scazzero
    ● Emotionally Healthy Spirituality: It's Impossible to Be Spiritually Mature While Remaining Emotionally Immature by Pete and Geri Scazzero
    ● Emotionally Healthy Discipleship: Moving from Shallow Christianity to Deep Transformation by Pete Scazzero, Chapter 6
    ● Henne Jewelers
    ● Beratung Advisors
    Welcome to the L3 Leadership Podcast!
    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, where we’re obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximize the impact of your leadership.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.
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    • 49 min
    Dr. John Wallace on Transforming Neighborhoods, Racial Conciliation, and Diversity and Inclusion

    Dr. John Wallace on Transforming Neighborhoods, Racial Conciliation, and Diversity and Inclusion

    Dr. John Wallace is a kid from Homewood, the pastor at Bible Center Church, a professor and provost at the University of Pittsburgh, a husband, and a father of four. His mission is to help God's kingdom come and will be done on earth as it is in heaven, particularly in the realm of community development and interracial relationships.
    Today, John tells his story. He talks about how he got to where he is today, and he discusses the Lord's Prayer, asking what it looks like to have the kingdom of God on earth. He talks about the importance of the youth and shares what motivates us to act. We discuss the fact that the process of becoming a leader is gradual, and he distinguishes between quitting and pivoting. John explains why dismissing slavery as a thing of the past doesn't work, and he notes the difference between conciliation and reconciliation. We discuss what it means to have a kingdom worldview and how to be part of the solution. He explains why it's not fair to ask black people to educate you, and he emphasizes the power of hope.
    "Until we're able and willing to have serious conversations about our past, I think the likelihood that we'll have 'racial reconciliation' is gonna be challenging."
    - Dr. John Wallace
     "So much of what we do, if I'm honest, is seeing myself as a 5-year-old, 6-year-old, 8-year-old, 10-year-old--and doing for others what I wish had been done for me."
    - Dr. John Wallace
     
    Key Takeaways this week on the L3 Leadership Podcast:
    ●       The leadership process is gradual
    ●       You need to know when to pivot, but don't quit
    ●       Conciliation is not reconciliation
    ●       Why dismissing slavery as a thing of the past doesn't cut it
    ●       What it means to have a kingdom worldview
    ●       How to be part of the solution
    ●       The power of being willing to be uncomfortable
    ●       The power of hope
     
    Mentioned Resources:
    ●       Find us on your paying app @bcpth
    ●       The Bible
    ●       The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
    ●       The 4 Disciplines of Execution by Chris McChesney
    ●       Henne Jewelers
    ●       Beratung Advisors
     
    Welcome to the L3 Leadership Podcast!
    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, where we’re obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximize the impact of your leadership.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.
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    • 48 min
    Greg McKeown on Effortless Work: Make It Easier to Do What Matters Most with

    Greg McKeown on Effortless Work: Make It Easier to Do What Matters Most with

    Greg McKeown is the host of the What’s Essential podcast and author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less and, more recently, Effortless: Make It Easier to Do What Matters Most. His goal is to help successful people become very successful by avoiding the errors he’s found in his research that keep them from breaking through to their highest points of contribution.
    Today, we talk about his book Effortless. He talks about why he wrote the book and notes the importance of focusing on the essentials. He shares his philosophy on how to get more return out of the same amount of effort. He talks about the Big Rock analogy, and he notes the weight of holding grudges. He talks about the power of getting into an effortless state, and he discusses how to break the surviving/reacting cycle that many of us live our lives in. 
    “Burnout is not a badge of honor.”
    - Greg McKeown
    Key Takeaways this week on the L3 Leadership Podcast:
    ●       The power of focusing on the essentials
    ●       ROE: Return on Effort
    ●       The Big Rock analogy
    ●       The weight of holding grudges
    ●       Breaking the surviving/reacting cycle
    ●       Creating systems for the future
    Mentioned Resources:
    ●       The What’s Essential Podcast
    ●       Essentialism by Greg McKeown
    ●       Effortless by Greg McKeown
    ●       essentialism.com
    ●       Henne Jewelers
    ●       Beratung Advisors
    Welcome to the L3 Leadership Podcast!
    Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, where we’re obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximize the impact of your leadership.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.
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    • 44 min
    A Leader's Legacy: What do you want to be Remembered for?

    A Leader's Legacy: What do you want to be Remembered for?

    If you've listened to the past two episodes, you've heard my republished conversations with two great leaders who both passed recently: Tunch Ilkin and Jay Passavant. These interviews have had me reflecting on what it means to leave a legacy, particularly as a leader.
    Today, I talk about why it’s important to leave a legacy. I share some questions everyone should ask themselves, and I emphasize the importance of recognizing and accepting that you will die. I share a collection of Biblical and non-Biblical quotes on death, and I note that no one is promised tomorrow. I call you to stop taking life and leadership for granted, and I note that there are no do-overs in life. I stress the importance of living intentionally, and I note that people and relationships are what really matter in the end. I talk about how to create a life plan and the power of being honest with yourself, and I note that God’s plan for you is better than any plan you could come up with on your own.
    "It's only when you recognize that you have a finite number of days on this planet that you can actually begin to live with wisdom, to live with purpose, and to live with intentionality."
    - Doug Smith
    "If you're not happy with the life that you've lived...here's the exciting news: you're still breathing."
    - Doug Smith
    "At the end of the day, we’re not remembered for what we do, but by the people that we impact."
    - Doug Smith 
    Key Takeaways this week on the L3 Leadership Podcast:
    ●       One day, you really are going to die.
    ●       Life goes quickly, no matter how long you're here.
    ●       No one is promised tomorrow.
    ●       If you were going to die today, what would you think and feel about your life?
    ●       Stop taking life and leadership for granted.
    ●       Do you know how beautiful life is?
    ●       Everything is a once-in-a-lifetime experience.
    ●       You have one shot to make this work.
    ●       Determine what you want your legacy to be and start living intentionally.
    ●       People will summarize your life in one sentence. Pick it now.
    ●       People and relationships are all that matter in the end.
    ●       Create a life plan.
    ●       The greatest legacy you'll leave behind.
    ●       Reality is your friend; be honest with yourself.
    Mentioned Resources:
    ●       Heaven by Randy Alcorn
    ●       Living Forward: A Proven Plan to Stop Drifting and Get the Life You Want by Michael Hyatt and Daniel Harkavy 
    ●       Henne Jewelers
    ●       Beratung Advisors
     
    Welcome to the L3 Leadership Podcast!
     Thanks for tuning into this week’s episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, where we’re obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximize the impact of your leadership.
    If you enjoyed this episode, please subscribe to the show and leave a review wherever you get your podcasts.
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