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Follow My Lead is a podcast created for you, the young professional, millennial, or aspiring leader. If you are looking for tips, tricks, and hacks from experts about leadership, you are in the right place. Through our interviews we transfer struggles, stories, and best practices of today's leaders to the leaders of tomorrow.

Follow My Lead: Lead Your Best with John Eades John Eades

    • Business
    • 4.7 • 84 Ratings

Follow My Lead is a podcast created for you, the young professional, millennial, or aspiring leader. If you are looking for tips, tricks, and hacks from experts about leadership, you are in the right place. Through our interviews we transfer struggles, stories, and best practices of today's leaders to the leaders of tomorrow.

    Choosing Leadership Right Where You Are

    Choosing Leadership Right Where You Are

    "The most important element of leadership isn't talent, it's choosing to lead right from where you are."
    In the latest episode, John Eades covers an inspirational story about leadership to encourage you to lead where you are.

    • 10 min
    How Great Leaders Draw People In with Pete Burak

    How Great Leaders Draw People In with Pete Burak

     In the latest episode of the Follow My Lead Podcast, Pete Burak joins the show.  
    He speaks at length about what leaders do to draw people in and get the most out of their potential.  
    You can learn more about Pete here and his ID Ministry.

    • 36 min
    Leadership's Greatest Temptation

    Leadership's Greatest Temptation

    “Never allow your position to dictate an unhealthy obsession with power.”
    In the latest episode of the Follow My Lead Podcast, John Eades covers leadership's greatest temptation. 

    • 14 min
    Everybody's Job Matters

    Everybody's Job Matters

    "You are being prepared for something much greater ahead of you so your current job matters."
    In this week's episode, John Eades covers a powerful story about work and purpose from a recent trip to Mexico. 
    In the show he covers:
    - Martin Luther King Jr. Street Sweeper Quote
    - Why we forget our purpose
    - What you can do to remember it
    Learn more at learnloft.com

    • 13 min
    Choose Humility Not Pride

    Choose Humility Not Pride

    "The path to effective leadership is paved with humility, not pride."

    In season 29, episode 9, John Eades covers the reason humility is such an essential leadership characteristic. 

    In the show you will learn:

    - A great short story about the humility of George Washington

    - A fantastic quote from TD Jakes about staying a student

    - Why the truth and accountability are essential for humility

    • 17 min
    Elevate the Standard

    Elevate the Standard

    "Elevate the standard, improve your results."

    In season 29, episode 9, John Eades covers the Route to Results and why it's important to elevate the standards in your life and leadership. 

    • 18 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
84 Ratings

84 Ratings

Katie Joy B. ,

Legendary Leaders!

John and his incredibler guests shine the brightest of lights on what it means to be a leader! Bold, insightful, and engaging are just a few of the words I’d use to describe the time you’ll spend with them. You’ll get tons of actionable advice and tangible tips, but you’ll also get heaps of inspiration from truly engaging individuals that have been where you are and genuinely want to see you succeed. Thanks for putting out such a robust resource John - keep up the great work!

Jamesrunrj ,

John Eades he cares listeners growth

Just by his voice and how he explains things you can tell he truly cares about his listeners growth in leadership. I have listened to so many leadership podcast because I want to continue to grow but none of those posed cast spreads the messages like John Eades. With his podcast it continues to inspire me and not forget why my leadership development is so important.

Thank you

Pargolf44067 ,

Excellent-Just One Criticism

This is an excellent podcast and I have gained some great insights into leadership. My only criticism is that there are times in episodes, the Bob Tiede one comes to mind, where John interrupts the guest in the middle of his response to ask another question. I understand there are time constraints sometimes but I think it would be better to let someone finish their thought. Again, overall it is a tremendous podcast.

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