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Leadership, Communication, and Confidence are must-have skills in your personal toolbox! Each Tuesday, join Chabidaye Jaglal Ramnath, as she interviews expert guests who are leading in business and life and lifting others along the way! Whether you lead yourself; lead a team or lead your business, this podcast is for you!

Lead and Lift Chabidaye Jaglal Ramnath

    • Business
    • 4.9 • 16 Ratings

Leadership, Communication, and Confidence are must-have skills in your personal toolbox! Each Tuesday, join Chabidaye Jaglal Ramnath, as she interviews expert guests who are leading in business and life and lifting others along the way! Whether you lead yourself; lead a team or lead your business, this podcast is for you!

    Chabidaye Jaglal Ramnath: 10 Birthday Lessons

    Chabidaye Jaglal Ramnath: 10 Birthday Lessons

    In this episode, Chabidaye discussed:

    Trusting in yourself, trusting others, and trusting God or the universe
    Being consistent and embodying leadership 
    Achieving your goals and growing your business 
    Practicing self-care and having a clear mind



    Key Takeaways:

    Trust yourself and follow your instinctual thoughts. Trust also in others. Apply to be coached, allow others to give value to you, and for things outside of your control, entrust it to a higher power. 
    Commit to being consistent. Try journaling, jot down your ideas and follow-up on ideas that are recurring. Embody leadership in your life. Seeing yourself as a leader will change the way you live. 
    Have a plan and track your progress. Stop chasing, instead, attract your goals and release the outcome. Hire a team and automate so that you can focus on what you do best. 
    Write down your thoughts so that you can have an uncluttered and clear mind during the day. Practice self-care, start with the simple things like breathing, walking, exercising and drinking water.

    "The journey isn’t always gonna be fabulous, some days there’s gonna be bumps in the road - the road might even be missing other days but you can still enjoy the journey and you can still find joy in whatever part of life you’re in." —  Chabidaye Jaglal Ramnath



    Access Chabidaye’s free coaching session by clicking on this link and booking for an appointment: https://leadandlift.com/coaching





    CONNECT WITH CHABIDAYE:

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chabidaye.ramnath.3

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadandlift/

    Website: https://leadandlift.com/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chabidayejaglalramnath/





    Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine Talla.



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    • 44 min
    Ebenezer Mamabolo: Purpose & Priorities

    Ebenezer Mamabolo: Purpose & Priorities

    About Ebenezer Mamabolo: He is a Maxwell Leadership Certified Coach, Speaker, and Trainer. He is the author of the book, “There Are No Secrets To Success”. Ebenezer is also a life and computer hacker. He also has his podcast show called, “Monetizing Purpose Podcast”.

    In this episode, Chabidaye and Ebenezer discuss:

    Finding your own purpose
    Aligning yourself with your priorities
    Giving from the saucer
    Don’t forget your loved ones

    Key Takeaways:

    You need to be aligned to your own purpose. Don’t confuse your purpose with that of your parents or other people, find your own.
    One of the biggest stealers of time is to be too preoccupied doing good things that are not right for you.
    People whose purpose is connected to helping other people tend to forget about themselves. You must remember to give from the saucer and not the cup, give from the overflow and not the source.
    Prioritize the people that you love, put them first. It’s good for you to pursue your passion and purpose, but don’t be so caught up in that pursuit that you forget the people that will be there truly grieving in your funeral.

    "You are the one who knows when you’ve done a good job or not. Most of the time, we tend to adopt other people’s definition of what success should be. You need to be the one to define what success is for you." —  Ebenezer Mamabolo

    Order Ana Berdecía’s book, “The Road To Purpose” by clicking on this link: www.potentialpathways.com

    Connect with Ebenezer Mamabolo: Twitter: https://twitter.com/king_ebby

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/ebenezermamabol Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/ebenezermamabolo/?hl=en Show: https://anchor.fm/ebenezer-mamabolo LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/ebenezer-mamabolo-b45410a7?originalSubdomain=za

    CONNECT WITH CHABIDAYE:

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chabidaye.ramnath.3

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadandlift/

    Website: https://leadandlift.com/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chabidayejaglalramnath/





    Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine Talla

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    • 24 min
    Vanessa Spiron: Become An Effective Communicator With These 4 Tips

    Vanessa Spiron: Become An Effective Communicator With These 4 Tips

    About Vanessa Spiron: Vanessa Spiron is the owner of Spiron Solutions - a professional development and consulting firm in North Carolina.  Vanessa has over 20 years of professional experience working with nonprofit and government organizations in a variety of capacities.  Using her own experiences and the experiences of others, she has developed hands-on trainings that enhances the lives of professionals and cultures of organizations.  Her goal is to improve the leadership and interpersonal skills of others resulting in productive work cultures and employee happiness.  Vanessa has a Master in Public Administration, a Bachelors in Microbiology, and several certifications including Master Facilitation and John Maxwell Team Certified Coach, Trainer, and Speaker.  She is also an adjunct instructor in the Communications department at the University of Mount Olive. In this episode, Chabidaye and Vanessa discuss:

    Shifting into a positive mindset
    Being aware of your delivery
    Recognizing different communication styles
    Being clear and being concise

    Key Takeaways:

    Shift your mindset from negativity to positivity since your thoughts affect the content or the manner of delivering your message. Give positive orders, instead of negative ones. Be constructive and solutions oriented.
    Body language, verbal tone and verbal content are the three components that go into the message that you are sending. 93% of the message is made up of body language and verbal tone, so how you deliver a message is very important to the message that you are sending out.
    Make an effort to figure out what your communication style is and recognize that others may have a different style from yours and that you may have to consciously shift the way you say your message in order that others may understand.
    In order to be an effective communicator, you have to be clear and you have to be concise.

    "Everyone messes up from time to time with communication, realize that about yourself and then take the steps necessary to change it." —  Vanessa Spiron

    Connect with Vanessa Spiron: 

    Facebook:  https://www.facebook.com/spironsolutions

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/spironsolutions/

    Website:  www.spirontrainingsolutions.com

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/spiron-solutions

    CONNECT WITH CHABIDAYE:

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chabidaye.ramnath.3

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadandlift/

    Website: https://leadandlift.com/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chabidayejaglalramnath/





    Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine Talla

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    • 24 min
    Jolinda Hockaday: How to Believe in Yourself

    Jolinda Hockaday: How to Believe in Yourself

    About Jolinda Hockaday: She is a mother, grandmother, teacher, chaplain, author, writer, motivational and inspirational speaker, toastmaster, and missionary. She leads mastermind groups and facilitates writing circles.  Jolinda is the host of a podcast, "Believe in Yourself" and a blogger .In this episode, Chabidaye and Jolinda discuss:

    Finding your reason to be
    How to be a great teacher
    Never give up on your dreams
    Harnessing the power of wordsKey Takeaways:
    Find your raison d'être - your reason to be. You have to get in touch with why you are here. Once you figure out your purpose or your dream, then cultivate it. Work on it daily and use it to fuel you in your journey.
    You have to believe in yourself in order to teach others to also believe in themselves. The lessons that you teach, people have to see it in you in order for them to be truly impacted. An average teacher will teach or instruct, but a great teacher will inspire and motivate.
    Never give up on your dreams. Recognize your passion and cultivate it through action, practice, and curiosity. Make the world a better place by seeking always to fulfill your dreams.
    Practice affirmation, it’s not a luxury, it’s a discipline and it’s necessary for emotional health. Words have power, they can either help or harm your journey.

    "Believe in yourself. Set your standards high. Don’t ever lose your dream." —  Jolinda Hockaday

    Connect with Jolinda Hockaday: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/FullnessOfJoy/

    Podcast: https://anchor.fm/jolinda-hockaday

    Website: https://www.johncmaxwellgroup.com/jolindahockaday

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/fullness0fjoyhockaday/

    Twitter: https://twitter.com/fullnessofjoy

    CONNECT WITH CHABIDAYE:Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chabidaye.ramnath.3

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadandlift/

    Website: https://leadandlift.com/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chabidayejaglalramnath/

    Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine Talla

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    • 26 min
    Jason Wyatt: Servant Leadership

    Jason Wyatt: Servant Leadership

    About Jason Wyatt: Jason Wyatt uses over 20 years of experience and the Maxwell Leadership Certified Team training to provide Customized Professional Speaking, Training, and Executive Coaching. He works to help bring out the best in yourself, your team, and your organization to go from ordinary to extraordinary.



    In this episode, Chabidaye and Jason discuss:

    More leaders, less managers
    Rowing the ship in one direction
    Putting the solution first
    Bringing people to the table


    Key Takeaways:

    The world needs more servant leaders and less managers. The best way to get to a solution is to recognize that even as a leader, you don’t have all the answers so you’ll trust the team and take input from them.
    Being a servant leader will allow you to keep your team together working on the same goal. When you support your team and let them have priority and ownership of their task, they’ll be able to better provide solutions.
    Be a leader that desires for the problem to be solved with the best solution. It’s not all about finding who’s right and who’s wrong, it’s about how we can get past the problem and find a solution that’s going to make us better.
    Bring somebody to the leadership table, it doesn’t have to be the leader who’s next in line. Bring anyone from your team, bring different kinds of people.


    "A servant leader is one who takes care of the team. They are the one who sees that the team has a goal and helps the team to reach that goal through support, direction, sometimes just vision casting." — Jason Wyatt



    Get a free complimentary coaching call for free with Tracy Wozny by going to: https://www.traceywozny.com/


    CONNECT WITH JASON WYATT:

    Website: www.1LEADConsulting.com

    Facebook:  http://www.facebook.com/profile.php?id=100074855615171



    CONNECT WITH CHABIDAYE:

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chabidaye.ramnath.3

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadandlift/

    Website: https://leadandlift.com/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chabidayejaglalramnath/



    Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine Talla

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    • 30 min
    Ernelita Dacumos: How to Work with Imposter Syndrome

    Ernelita Dacumos: How to Work with Imposter Syndrome

    About Ernelita Dacumos: Ernelita also known as Ernie is an aspiring Motivational Speaker and Coach who thrive in the healthcare industry. She has dedicated her life in healthcare for a decade and still counting until she found her purpose. Though the Healthcare industry is where her heart is initially, as years go by, she has learned that there is more that she can do for others. She had clarity that she wanted to help people like her, expats to be exact who left their families back home to build a life in a different country.  As in her journey, moving to a foreign country was not easy. The inferiority complex was very apparent which causes some to play small and feel stuck in their journey. She had gone through this process and dedicated onto her personal development and now added the Maxwell Leadership program in order for her to reach the people she aims to influence and help internationally. Ernelita believed that everyone has a story that needs to be heard not to mock or compete from but to learn and influence. She is willing to share her journey for expats like her that they too can create their own journey, they too can reach their goal. And they don't have to play small to reach it. Expat or not, we are all the same, we have our own skills and capabilities to make an impact and help others.



    In this episode, Chabidaye and Ernelita discuss:

    ‌Surrounding yourself with supporters
    ‌Throwing yourself into opportunities
    ‌Recording and celebrating successes
    ‌How to face setbacks and failures



    Key Takeaways:

    ‌Surround yourself with people that will push you and support you towards the goal that you’re scared to try and get.
    ‌Summon a little bit of courage and a little bit of faith in yourself, use that to throw yourself into opportunity. Show up, trusting that when you do, you’ll know what to do and you got this.
    ‌Record and celebrate your successes. Reflect on how far you’ve come and keep it on top of your mind. It helps to remember these when somebody asks you what you’re proud of, you’ll have an answer. It will boost your confidence in that conversation.
    ‌Don’t give up when you face setbacks and “failures”. Learn from each one of these experiences and recognize how you can improve, see these setbacks as useful data for future improvement.





    "What got me through is… doing the things that scares me the most and doing it scared." — Ernelita Dacumos



    Connect with Ernelita Dacumos:

    Website: http://confidentlyyou.club/

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/confidentlyyouwithernie/

    Pinterest:  https://www.pinterest.com/confidentlyyouwithernie/



    CONNECT WITH CHABIDAYE:

    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/chabidaye.ramnath.3

    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/leadandlift/

    Website: https://leadandlift.com/

    LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/chabidayejaglalramnath/



    Show notes by Podcastologist: Justine Talla

    Audio production by Turnkey Podcast Productions. You're the expert. Your podcast will prove it. 

    • 26 min

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