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Business Builder. Leader Developer.

Principles with Cory and Logan Principles with Cory and Logan

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Business Builder. Leader Developer.

    From the Pit to the Palace in the Process

    From the Pit to the Palace in the Process

    In this episode of Principles with Cory and Logan we talk about the phases of growth.

    As you read the book of Genesis chapters 37-50 you see this young man by the name of Joseph. He's 17 years old and he has this call on his life to do something great. He probably felt it at an early age and had some kind of internal knowing. Those of you who have a calling on your life you know exactly what I'm talking about. There's this burning desire somewhere deep down inside of you, something deep down in there that says you were made for greatness. Well, Joseph has this on his life and begins to have some dreams of leadership, in particularly leading his family. But because of his arrogance and immaturity he begins to let his older brothers and family know about this dream. His older brothers being jealous of him decided to just get rid of him by throwing him into a pit then selling him into slavery.

    It took another 13 years in slavery, in prison, going through trials, disappointments, and accusations before he stood before Pharaoh in the palace and ultimately becoming 2nd in command where his dream was finally fulfilled. But between the pit and the palace was the process.

    The Process is what matured and developed this young immature man into a wise leader on the worlds stage.

    We tend to want to skip the process and microwave our way to the dream, but the microwaved process has no staying power because the strength of character is not developed. That only comes through the process.

    It's in the testing and trials of life that the depth of our character is truly revealed. So what is the process of growth. You can check out the video for more in depth explanation but here are the 4 phases of growth:
    1. I don't know what I don't know.
    2. I know what I don't know.
    3. I know and grow and it starts to show.
    4. I simply go because I know.

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    • 20 min
    Fully Loved & Fully Accepted w/Rob Sevilla

    Fully Loved & Fully Accepted w/Rob Sevilla

    In this powerful episode of Principles with Cory and Logan our guest Rob Sevilla talks about being empowered by love and grace. He talks about the messiness of life, but how God repurposes and wastes nothing.

    Rob shares that blame blocks our breakthroughs and our blessings then gives us 4 quick ways to move forward:
    1. Own it.
    2. Confess it.
    3. Release it.
    4. Ask God will you repurpose it. (Romans 8:28)

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    • 49 min
    Leveraging Crisis w/John Robertson

    Leveraging Crisis w/John Robertson

    In this episode of Principles with Cory & Logan our guest John Robertson discusses Leveraging Crisis and change by building values anchored culture.

    John Robertson is the Founder and President of FORTLOG Services. John built
    his services with a focus on an encouragement-based approach, resolving
    root causes as opposed to treating crisis and transition in the workplace
    symptomatically, as is often the practice. A trusted thinking partner with 30+
    years of assisting individuals and organizations manage all forms of crisis/
    change, John leverages a values-anchored ethos as a leadership development
    specialist, helping organizations and individuals to define the new norm and
    thrive.

    In this must listen to episode we discuss what it's like to lead during uncertainty. We discuss the role faith plays in leading from wisdom. I know you will be encouraged by our conversation. If you would like to know more about John you can connect with him here:

    John@fortlog.co
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    • 47 min
    THE Covenant Keeper

    THE Covenant Keeper

    In this must listen episode of Principles with Cory & Logan our Guest Ruthie Young touches on the depth of covenant.

    Ruthie teaches that The Covenant Keeper is Jesus, the Kinsman Redeemer. A theme throughout the Bible from Genesis to Revelation, the law of Redemption requires the Redeemer to sanctify, deliver, redeem, and restore us into full inheritance as his bride through Blood Covenant. She shares in this episode that during a traditional Jewish wedding that the groom wrote down all his assets and the bride would have legal right to all the assets of the bridegroom. As a believer in Jesus Christ we are in covenant with the creator of the universe. That is amazing!

    Ruthie just scratches the surface on covenant in this episode but she walks us through covenant to help us better understand our position and identity in Jesus. She goes into greater detail in her book: COVENANT KEEPER which you can purchase here:
    https://ruthieyoung.ecwid.com

    Ruthie loves to share about the Life of Jesus, how He fulfilled every jot and title of the requirements of Covenant and what that looks like in our everyday lives.

    To contact Ruthie about speaking opportunities or for more information click here:http://msrepairersofthebreach.com
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    • 42 min
    8 Lessons of an Entrepreneur

    8 Lessons of an Entrepreneur

    In this episode of Principles with Cory & Logan, Cory reflects on the lessons he learned during his initial 5 years of being an entrepreneur.

    Cory Shares:
    Within a 5 year period of time my wife and I had built 2 physical therapy clinics, 4 gyms, and had 3 kids. We then sold all the business……kept all the kids :) and I transitioned into leadership consulting, writing books, and coaching. Since transitioning into my current role I have had plenty of time to reflect on those years and I want to share with you 8 lessons that I learned from those 5 years.

    Make each person you talk to feel like they’re the most important person in the room.

    Know your vision and clearly articulate it.

    Find and hire good people. If you have a big dream then you better have a big team. You simply will never achieve a number 10 size dream with a number 4 size team.

    Make the commitment. Go all in on your dream. Von Goethe says, “ until one is committed there is hesitancy a chance to draw back.''

    The buck stops here. Everything rises and falls on leadership.

    Don’t compete…CREATE. Wherever your focus goes, that is where your energy will flow.

    Commit to your growth. As a leader and entrepreneur you must make the commitment to your growth and development. Put a ring on it.

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    • 20 min
    Seek Wisdom

    Seek Wisdom

    In this episode of Principles with Cory and Logan we continue our book series discussion on the book: The Traveler's Gift by Andy Andrews with Scott King.

    Scott King is a community leader focused impact and changing his branch of the family tree. In this episode we an excerpt from the book:

    The lazy man never seeks wisdom. At what age are we no longer influenced by those we associate with? ALWAYS. Many of our problems can be traced back to relationships with the wrong people. Guard your associations with other people, anytime you associate with mediocrity you become comfortable and tolerate mediocrity in your own life. If a lazy man isn't an irritation to you it may mean you're becoming slothful yourself. Only a fool refuses the counsel of wise men. Find a wise man and listen to his words. Serving is a way to place value on others. Do battle with the challenges of the present and you will unlock the prizes of your future. I WILL SEEK WISDOM.- knowing wisdom waits to be gathered, I will seek her out. No longer will I bombard my mind with material that affects negativity. God gives us opportunities to move mountains. If I choose to associate with chickens I'll learn to scratch and squabble over crumbs. If I choose to associate with eagles I'll learn to soar to great heights. The words of a wise man are like rain drops on dry ground. When I counsel with just myself I counsel with what I already know, by counseling with a wise man I add his knowledge and experience to my own. He who serves the most grows the fastest. I will not look for someone to open my door but I'll look to open the door for others. I'll listen to wise counsel. Only the diligent find wisdom, the lazy don't even search.

    Another thought we discussed in this episode is: MOST PEOPLE HAVE A COMMON CONDITION IN THAT THEY HEAR BUT DO NOT LISTEN.

    What we allow into our eyes and ears plays a huge role in how we believe and shapes our wisdom. Those we hang out with also play a role. Here are just a few questions you may ask yourself as it relates to wisdom as well
    1. THE ASSOCIATIONS YOU HANG OUT WITH: WHAT ARE THEY ADDING TO YOU?
    2. WHAT ARE THEY SUBTRACTING FROM YOU?
    3. WHO DO YOU NEED TO SPEND MORE TIME?
    4. WHO DO YOU NEED TO SPEND LESS TIME?


    1. HOW COMMITTED TO SEEKING WISDOM ARE YOU?
    2. PART ON SEEKING WISDOM IS GUARDING YOUR HEART, HOW INTENTIONAL WILL YOU BE IN PROTECTING WHAT GOES IN YOUR EYES AND EARS?

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    • 35 min

Customer Reviews

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17 Ratings

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Stellar Podcast

If you’re looking for a #leadership podcast that adds value to your life, look no further. Start with episode 1 and listen from there. Cory & Logan share faith based principles that will grow you as a leader, a person of faith, and in your family. Each time you listen to Cory & Logan interview someone you finish that episode thinking “wow they have outdone themselves once again” only to find the next episode to be better than the last one. Don’t let another opportunity pass you by to listen to one of their great episodes. If you’re looking to grow yourself in business, in God, or in your personal life this podcast is for you!!

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Adds Value to All Aspects of Life

Hard to listen to this and not be challenged or gain some insight. Cory and Logan do a great job of bringing together social, business, and family values and talking through how to balance all of them while getting the most out of what you have to work with

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Great podcast! Great leaders. Real time information and application that will help many people. I’ve ❤️ each episode so far.