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Welcome to From The Hart a show created and hosted by Ed Hart to share stories that will inspire you. Hart interviews leaders, pastors, actors, athletes, and family business owners and gets them to tell stories that will inspire and touch his listeners. What's in YOUR heart?
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Welcome to From The Hart a show created and hosted by Ed Hart to share stories that will inspire you. Hart interviews leaders, pastors, actors, athletes, and family business owners and gets them to tell stories that will inspire and touch his listeners. What's in YOUR heart?
Enjoy! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fromthehart/support

    74 Five Lessons My Dad Taught Me

    74 Five Lessons My Dad Taught Me

    When I graduated from high school in 1982, my Dad - Jack Hart - who you met in an earlier episode of the podcast, sat me down and offered me 5 nuggets of wisdom.   These were things he probably assumed I would forget by the next day.   I didn't.

    I wrote them down, and these pearls have stuck with me my entire life, and they are my personal mission statement.   I fall short much of the time in these areas, but I will never forget them, and my gift to you now is that I am sharing this wisdom - his wisdom, with you.   Enjoy.


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    • 25 min
    73: Lisa Gable | Turnaround - How to Change Course When Things Are Going South

    73: Lisa Gable | Turnaround - How to Change Course When Things Are Going South

    Lisa is recognized worldwide as a turnaround mastermind and innovative businesswoman. For more than 30 years, she has been called to turnaround failing organizations—businesses, teams, nonprofits, political campaigns, and government projects—and solve seemingly intractable problems. Over time, Lisa has learned the key to course-correct when things go South is applying the discipline of process engineering—carefully reevaluating everything your organization does and how it does it—with diplomacy and humanity, taking care of relationships and forging strong partnerships. As a CEO, former US Ambassador, and advisor to Fortune 500 companies, Lisa has orchestrated the successful turnarounds of private and public organizations in all industries.

    Lisa has worked for four US Presidents, the Pentagon, been involved in turnaround efforts for massive corporations, government agencies, non-profits and family offices.  She is a dynamic, powerful, and dedicated leader, mentor, and teacher, and has empowered thousands of people all over the world.   In this conversation, you will learn what drives her, and how she identifies the need for shift, change, and at times, turnaround.   

    You can reach Lisa on all social media platforms at @lisagableauthor, and you can purchase her new best-selling book "Turnaround" at www.lisagable.com 


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    • 56 min
    72: Lisa Paterson | I was watching the murder of my husband in real time - 20th Anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks

    72: Lisa Paterson | I was watching the murder of my husband in real time - 20th Anniversary of the 9/11 Attacks

    Tune in and listen as Lisa Paterson, a 9/11 widow, tells her story, and the story of her late husband, Steven Paterson, who perished 20 years ago as the North Tower of the World Trade Center was destroyed.   

    We all know where we were on the morning of 9/11/2001.  If you are anything like me, you stared at the TV in disbelief.  For my guest on this episode, Lisa Paterson, she watched as the North Tower fell, taking her husband Steven, and the father of their two children, 4 year old twins, with it.   But the power of Lisa Paterson was just getting started.  She has been an advocate for victims and families of the 9/11 terrorist attacks, for people who don't have a voice, and for special needs children and adults, like her now 24 year old son Wyatt.   

    Lisa believes that we all have the power to choose and how we respond to everything in our lives, and respond she has, and she does!  Her darkest day has led to brighter days for others around her, and I know you will be inspired and moved to tears as you hear what Lisa and her kids went through on that day that is permanently etched in all of our memories, and how she has impacted the lives of those around her ever since.   

    We talked about the love affair and courtship between Steven and Lisa, their brief 4 years together as parents, the days leading up to 9/11, their last conversation, what her day looked like on 9/11, and the days following, how she told her kids that their Daddy wasn't coming home, how she dealt with her own PTSD, and how she has taken the worst hand that could possibly be dealt to someone, and blessed the lives of so many, not in SPITE of her experiences, but BECAUSE of them.   

    She tells of going to Ground Zero for the first time shortly after the attacks, and how she received tremendous support over the years.   She talks of how a visit to the White House, and a quiet chat with President Obama changed her life.  

    Please leave a review, and if you would like to reach out directly to Lisa, you can email our show at ehart@hartleadership.com and we will get your message to her.  Please visit www.hartleadership.com to follow all of our From The Hart Episodes. This episode airs in its' entirety, and is brought to you by Orange Kiwi Consulting.


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    • 1 hr 57 min
    71: Dale Murphy | Major League Player, Family Man, Servant Leader, and Businessman

    71: Dale Murphy | Major League Player, Family Man, Servant Leader, and Businessman

    "All those years I thought I had a grip on baseball, but it turns out baseball had a grip on me." - Don Gullett

    Dale Murphy is an American former Major League Baseball player. During his 18-year career (1976-1993), he played for the Atlanta Braves, Philadelphia Phillies, and Colorado Rockies. Murphy is best noted for his many years with the Braves. He won the National League Most Valuable Player (MVP) award in 1982 and 1983 (one of only four outfielders in MLB history to win consecutive MVP awards!), the Silver Slugger Award as the best hitting player at his position four straight years (1982 - 1985), and the Gold Glove Award (best defensive player at his position) five straight years (1982-1986).  He is a members of the Oregon Sports Hall of Fame, the Georgia Sports Hall of Fame, and the World Sports Humanitarian Hall of Fame.  Murphy is a devout Mormon and, along with his wife Nancy, led nearly 600 young missionaries in the Boston area.   Dale and Nancy have 8 kids and 15 grandsons, and he is actively involved in several business ventures.  Dale is known for his work ethic, humility, and giving heart, and when being a tremendous family man.   Listen to this episode and hear the gratitude in his voice from start to finish, and you will understand that the success he has had off the field has far outweighed what he did in his stellar 18-year All-Star career.   Dale is pure class, and you will be inspired by his humility and grace.   To reach Dale, and to learn more about his organizations and speaking engagements, you can connect with him via his LinkedIn page Dale Murphy | LinkedIn


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    • 1 hr 12 min
    70: Roy Englebrecht | From Laker Girls to Baseball to Boxing - The Ultimate Creator and Promoter

    70: Roy Englebrecht | From Laker Girls to Baseball to Boxing - The Ultimate Creator and Promoter

    Roy Englebrecht has been involved with minor league sports for the past 35+ years, as one of the original owners of the California League Class A Rancho Cucamonga Quakes. He also had ownership in the Arena Football League and the West Coast Hockey League. He founded and operated Sportscaster Camps of America, the leading sports broadcasting training school in America with over 2,250 alumni.

    From 1975 - 1981 Roy served as Director of Promotions for the Los Angeles Lakers, Los Angeles Kings, and all Forum events. While at the Forum, Roy developed The Laker Girls dance team, and coordinated the 1980 Lakers Championship Parade. In September of 2009 he was inducted into the California Boxing Hall of Fame and in 2021 will be inducted into the West Coast Boxing Hall of Fame and the International Women’s Boxing Hall of Fame.

    Today, Roy, along with his son Drew, own and operate Roy Englebrecht Promotions, hosting Fight Club OC, where up and coming boxers and Mixed Martial Arts fighters battle in front of thousands of fans.   Roy has the Midas Touch, and it stems from his passion for people, entertainment, and adhering to his values and beliefs.  If you are looking for inspiration on how to promote, motivate, and develop loyal customers, this podcast is for you!   You can learn more about Roy and his events at SOCAL’s Premier Fight Promotion | Englebrecht Promotions & Events (socafights.com)


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    • 1 hr
    69: Steve Farber | Love is Just Damn Good Business

    69: Steve Farber | Love is Just Damn Good Business

    Some people have great philosophies that they can quote, and say all the right things.  Others live wonderful lives, touching and inspiring people along the way.  Then you run into the people like today's guest, Steve Farber, who have a magical way of doing both.  His written words, spoken words, actions, and even lyrics to his original music have a unique way of touching people.   Steve and I chatted about his mentors, his career, family, music, friendship, and so much more.  He even shared original song, "Can't Fall Down", which he wrote for his wife.  Steve is the author of four best-selling books, the latest of which "Love is Just Damn Good Business", is already a leading book in the year it has been out.  His newest work, "Twisted Business" is his first co-written project with heavy metal band Twisted Sister's JJ French.  So much wisdom, love, humor, and authenticity in this beautiful conversation.  To hear Steve in his daily two-minute leadership audio clips, click here Extreme Leadership Underground Daily Audio Message (stevefarber.com).  You can also purchase his books, see him in action, or hire him to come inspire and uplift your team!   


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    • 1 hr 16 min

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