The Dose of Leadership Podcast is the ultimate leadership resource of inspiring and educational interviews with relevant and motivating leaders; real-life leadership & influence experts who dedicate their lives to the pursuit of the truth, common sense, and courageous leadership. The podcast interviews leaders from all aspects of life; business leaders, entrepreneurs, authors, speakers, military heroes, faith based leaders—all are highlighted on the Dose of Leadership Podcast.
Kary Oberbrunner | How Blockchain & Web 3.0 Will Affect Our Lives
Kary Oberbrunner, is a Wall Street Journal and USA Today bestselling author of 10 books in multiple genres ranging from business to fiction to faith.
He's the founder and CEO of Igniting Souls Publishing Agency and host of the Blockchain Life podcast. As a child and young adult, Kary overcame a paralyzing speech disorder and an addiction to self-injury. In the past twenty years, he’s ignited over one million people with his content.
He lives in Ohio with his wife, Kelly, and three children.
Some Professional Accomplishments:
• Earned Doctorate Degree in Transformational Leadership, training over 250,000 Authors, Coaches, Speakers, and Entrepreneurs
• International speaker on personal growth, human performance, publishing, and business.
• Futurist creating solutions for integrating intellectual property with blockchain technology and NFTs.
Check out Kary’s new Podcast Blockchain Life
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Antong Lucky - Part 2 | From Incarceration to a Life of Activism
A motivational and aspirational conversation with a formerly incarcerated man who transformed from founder and leader of the Dallas Bloods to a practitioner of peace and nonviolence in the neighborhood he once helped destroy
As a child of an incarcerated father, Antong Lucky grew up in an impoverished, crime-ridden neighborhood in East Dallas, Texas, born at the same time as East Dallas experienced an alarming rise in crack cocaine and heroin use. Despite his high grades and passion for learning, Antong is introduced to gang life and its consequences.
Eventually, Antong forms the Dallas Bloods gang, inaugurating a period in the 1990s of escalating retaliatory gun violence buoyed by a lucrative illegal drug enterprise until he is ultimately arrested and sentenced to seven years in prison. His journey through the doors of transformation came through the pain of incarceration and introspection that caused him to question the cognitive distortions embedded in him since childhood.
Once in prison, Antong denounced his gang affiliation and began working to unite rival gangs, quickly rising to become one of the most respected and sought-after mentors in prison. A spiritual transformation further inspired Antong to return to his old neighborhood after early release. This is when Antong connected with Omar Jahwar, a local leader and helped negotiate the first ever Peace Treaty in Dallas. From there the two began to work to heal individuals, families and bridge the gap between law enforcement and the communities they serve.
Redemptive Activism) became Antong’s foundation to bring people together from all walks of life. He trains police officers and community members on effective strategies to build harmony. Antong is considered a hero in many communities.
Get Antong’s New Book: A Redemptive Path Forward: From Incarceration to a Life of Activism.
Learn more about Antong at Urban Specialists, Heal America, Bishop Omar School of Entrepreneurship, & Stand Together.
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Antong Lucky - Part 1| From Incarceration to a Life of Activism
This is Part 1 of an inspirational conversation with Antong “Kiddo” Lucky.
Antong was the founder of the “415 Dallas Bloods”, Antong Lucky, transformed himself into a redemptive leader and impactful activist.
Through his descent into the futile hopelessness of gang culture, his spiritual & leadership awakening in prison, and his courageous contrarian activism, viewers will be inspired by Antong’s dynamic energy of compassion.
This is a story of adversity & personal accountability. By witnessing Antong’s idea of Radical Empathy, viewers will aspire to reveal the best of themselves, the essential decency of humankind, & the shape of the days to come.
This conversation has the poor and impoverished, the rich and famous; politicians, preachers, and peace makers. It’s a 21- year journey of activism that is exemplary and inspirational. This series ends on an aspirational note providing real solutions that can heal our divisions and tackle our urgent problems of today.
Part 2 of this conversation will come out on May 9th, 2022.
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Check out Antong's book A Redemptive Path Forward
John Highley | Obtaining Alignment & Clarity Around Your Life Mission
John started his first company in 1999 under Highley's inc. Within 4 years he Sold OVER 10 MILLION In-Services. After 10 years Highley Inc was re-named Dent Magic became an 8 figure per year automotive service empire.
Later in 2013, John built one of the world's largest automotive online education platforms. Everything from education, software, to manufacturing.
International Best Selling Author of Marketing Savage, a guide to true health, true wealth, true life. Mentor To Multi Million-dollar Brands Owner Of Tactical Tools Apex Executive Media Company Owner with 2000+ Clients Social Media Advertising Expert / National Speaker Has helped thousands of Entrepreneurs around the world to start, promote and grow their companies. Facebook & Google Ad Expert Marketing Revolution Podcast Host Content Creation Expert Founder of the largest automotive online education membership sites that have impacted over 150,000 members worldwide. Founder of Dent Magic an 8 figure service-based empire. Owner of Savage AF Sites, where we host over 1000 websites, CRMS, & Funnels. Connect with John at MarketingSavage.com, Facebook, and JohnHighley.com
Coleman Hughes | A Conversation on Leadership, Adversity, Race, & What Makes America Unique
Coleman Hughes is a writer, podcaster and opinion columnist who specialises in issues related to race, public policy and applied ethics. Coleman’s writing has been featured in the New York Times, the Wall Street Journal, National Review, Quillette, The City Journal and The Spectator. He has appeared on many TV shows and podcasts, including Real Time with Bill Maher, Making Sense with Sam Harris, and The Jordan B. Peterson Podcast.
In June 2019, he testified before the U.S. Congress. Born and raised in northern New Jersey, Coleman briefly attended the Juilliard School to study jazz trombone before dropping out to pursue a career as an independent jazz/hip-hop artist. Shortly thereafter, Coleman discovered a passion for applied ethics and public policy at Columbia University, where he graduated with a B.A. in philosophy.
Learn more at ColemanHughes.org
Listen to Coleman's unique podcast: Conversations With Coleman
Dave Stachowiak | How to Have Difficult Conversations & Stay At Elevation
Dave Stachowiak, is the founder and host of Coaching for Leaders. With more than 15 years of leadership at Dale Carnegie and a thriving, global leadership academy, Dave helps leaders discover practical wisdom, build meaningful relationships, and create movement for genuine results.
In this episode Dave & Richard explore how to deal with conflict, have difficult conversations, and stay above the fray.
Some of the principles explored include:
The root of most conflict - unclear expectations The best way to win an argument Avoid unnecessary conflict We will get caught up in stuff - nobody is immune - stay out of situations that are triggers for you Appeal to the nobler motive What works for me vs. judgement Check our doseofLeadership.com to learn about Richard's speaking, teaching, & coaching services.
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Love Dose of Leadership with Richard. They have a variety of topics that I am interested in. Focusing on Leadership and have learned something on every one. I loved that I can download them and listen to them while on the road.
Richard has been a podcast much longer than most and this comes out in his interviews. A “must listen” podcast for aspiring leaders and those who want to keep growing in this area.
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Richard does a great job in bringing deep leadership perspectives through agile and intuitive conversations with his guests!