20 episodes

Winning isn’t easy and it’s not a guarantee. So what does it take to win and maintain a healthy work culture along the way?

Every guest on this podcast will teach you what building a winning team looks like and guide you to achieve even more success in your life than you ever thought was possible.

Build a Winning Team with Tim Schurrer Tim Schurrer

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 38 Ratings

Winning isn’t easy and it’s not a guarantee. So what does it take to win and maintain a healthy work culture along the way?

Every guest on this podcast will teach you what building a winning team looks like and guide you to achieve even more success in your life than you ever thought was possible.

    Mignon Francois, Founder and CEO of The Cupcake Collection on Bringing a Little Joy into What You Do

    Mignon Francois, Founder and CEO of The Cupcake Collection on Bringing a Little Joy into What You Do

    I had a giant smile on my face when I first met Mignon Francois, the founder and CEO of The Cupcake Collection. 
    Mignon exudes joy and just being around her makes everyone smile.
    But that’s not to say that it’s been all smiles for Mignon on her journey to bring The Cupcake Collection to where it is today. 
    She started with $5 and has grown the business to do over 10 million dollars in sales. 
    Through the highs and lows, Mignon has persevered. And she’s done it with joy.
    If you want to build a winning team, you’re about to learn from Mignon that you need to bring a little joy to what you do.
    Order your copy of “The Secret Society of Success” on Audible: https://adbl.co/3uSHzTs
    And be sure to check out How Leaders Lead with David Novak, a podcast I produce as a part of my role as the CEO of David Novak Leadership (full update on this at the end of the episode): https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/how-leaders-lead-with-david-novak/id1223803642

    • 36 min
    Steve Moakler, Recording Artist on Getting Clear About What you Want

    Steve Moakler, Recording Artist on Getting Clear About What you Want

    There was a season in my life when I wanted to be the next John Mayer. When I was in college, I wrote my first song which then turned into me writing more songs and recording some of them. 
    I then moved to Nashville as an eager and optimistic 21 year old with a big dream of becoming a full-time musician.
    I went to Belmont University for my junior year of college and started meeting other singer/songwriters with similar dreams to mine. One of the people I met there was Steve Moakler. And when I first heard his music, I’ve got to be honest … I didn’t want to like it because I was jealous. The guy was writing songs that were surely going to land him on the radio and everything about him just screamed “this guy is going to be a star.”
    People at Belmont talked about Steve like he was going to be the next John Mayer. Which was impossible! Because I was going to be the next John Mayer!
    But everything changed when I really got to know him. 
    We went on a tour together and quickly, Steve became one of my closest friends.
    If you don’t know Steve Moakler, you’re about to hear what makes him so special.
    Listen to Steve’s new record “Make a Little Room” on Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/album/457Ok9pnF5fAfG7lNUFqHS?si=EuYZ47fNTvSrn7-B3xt6Bg
    Order your copy of “The Secret Society of Success” on Audible: https://adbl.co/3uSHzTs

    • 43 min
    Dr. Nate Zinsser, Director of West Point’s Performance Psychology Program on Building Confidence

    Dr. Nate Zinsser, Director of West Point’s Performance Psychology Program on Building Confidence

    Dr. Nate Zinsser has spent his career training the minds of the U.S. Military Academy’s cadets as they prepare to lead and perform when the stakes are the very highest. 
    Not only this, he’s coached world-class athletes like two-time Super Bowl MVP Eli Manning, numerous Olympic medalists, professional ballerinas, and other athletes, teaching them to overcome pressure and succeed on the biggest stages.
    Dr. Zinsser’s book is called “The Confident Mind” and as soon as I started to read it, I knew I had to find a way to get him on this podcast.
    Because if you want to build a winning team, you need to start by building confidence. 
    Get a copy of Dr. Z’s book “The Confident Mind”: https://amzn.to/3SE9TTt 
    Order your copy of “The Secret Society of Success” on Audible: https://adbl.co/3uSHzTs

    • 39 min
    Brian Canlis, Owner of Canlis Restaurant on Thinking of Others First

    Brian Canlis, Owner of Canlis Restaurant on Thinking of Others First

    Canlis is a fine-dining restaurant in Seattle, run by 3rd generation owners (and brothers) Brian and Mark Canlis. In my interview today with Brian, you’re going to hear loud and clear what’s at the heart of Canlis: they think of others first.
    They think of others first in how they hire—and the unique approach they have as they interview candidates.
    They think of others first in creating the guest’s dining experience—how they’re looking to blow the guest’s minds.
    I could go on and on, but the point is this: to build a winning team, you have to think of others first.
    This “think of others first” approach to life and business is at the core of what it means to be in the Secret Society. And I’ll tell ya, Brian and the team at Canlis are card carrying members of the Secret Society of Success. 
    Order your copy of “The Secret Society of Success” on Audible: https://adbl.co/3uSHzTs

    • 37 min
    Rebekah Lyons, Author and Keynote Speaker on Establishing Rhythms to Reduce Stress and Anxiety

    Rebekah Lyons, Author and Keynote Speaker on Establishing Rhythms to Reduce Stress and Anxiety

    As a society, we are more anxious and overwhelmed than we’ve ever been — 77% of our population is experiencing physical symptoms of stress on a regular basis.
    And while I hear so many people talking about the problem, I don’t hear many people offering solutions.
    But then I read a book called “Rhythms of Renewal” by Rebekah Lyons where she shares four rhythms that we could implement into our lives to bring a little more peace. 
    What if we knew what to do when we felt anxious? 
    What if we had some tools that we could lean on when we needed them the most?
    Well, in the next 30 minutes, that’s exactly what you’re going to get from Rebekah.
    Because if we want to build a winning team, we need to establish rhythms to reduce stress and anxiety in the workplace and at home.
    Take the quiz to find your strongest rhythm: http://rebekahlyons.com/quiz
    Get a copy of Rebekah’s book “Rhythms of Renewal”: https://amzn.to/3b4EZ5P
    Order your copy of “The Secret Society of Success” on Audible: https://adbl.co/3uSHzTs

    • 30 min
    Ryan Leak, Author and Keynote Speaker on Why We Should Chase Failure

    Ryan Leak, Author and Keynote Speaker on Why We Should Chase Failure

    I have to admit, I have a tendency of only doing things that I know I’ll be good at.
    I mean, who likes to fail?!
    But recently, I came across a book called “Chasing Failure” and in it, the author, Ryan Leak says, “Chasing failure took me further than chasing success ever did.”
    And I’ll have to say, that caught my attention and has me rethinking my approach.
    So I asked Ryan if he’d help us better understand why we should chase failure and the impact that can have in our lives and careers.
    Get a copy of Ryan’s book “Chasing Failure”: https://amzn.to/3OYJnlG
    Order your copy of “The Secret Society of Success” on Audible: https://adbl.co/3uSHzTs

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
38 Ratings

38 Ratings

@3amcoach ,

Brilliant Podcast!

Tim really is cognizant of people’s time and has created a podcast with compelling stories and clear examples with a coaching exercise at the end to apply to your own life and business. Not only is this a podcast about tips and tools to build winning teams but to truly build a VIP client experience that will create RAVING FANS!!! Well done.

domitaliangrl ,

Powerful leadership principles to understand how be a servant leader

Tim is the real deal. And his guests are incredible. I so appreciate these conversations and how it is helping me to redefine what success and leadership looks like.

BaileyCate ,

Brilliant!

I love this show!! So helpful and insightful.

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