Leadership IS Listening is a podcast devoted to sharing stories on leadership, entrepreneurship, business, and life. The purpose is to develop authentic leaders of passion and integrity.
E10: 3 tips to lead with kindness
Great leaders do the small things well. Listen to these 3 tips to lead better today. Go to www.leadersipislistening.com on the bottom of the page find Daniel Merritt’s song “Ruckus”.
E9: 6 tips that can turn losers into winners
A story about two leaders and how one of them created chaos and problems while the other boosted moral and turned not only the school around but the community as well.
E8: Set a goal and keep it SMART
SMART Goals can help you organize your plan, stay productive, and accomplish what you want. It’s a good method to try if you want to achieve more and get better results, have better relationships, and make more money. Keep us Simple, Measurable, Attainable, Relevant, and time based.
E7: What do you want in 2018?
My thoughts to open this year... what do you want in 2018? Instead of a New Years resolution I’m focusing my energy into 4 things that I want. In this podcast you will hear some tips and ideas to help you get what you want. Please share your thoughts and comments on my Facebook page and website, Leadership is Listening.
E6: Matt Paul, Sales Leader with State Farm, helps 28 different agents reach their goals
Matt Paul has been with State Farm for 8 years and now holds the position as Sales Leader. He works with 28 different agents in Central and West Texas to help maximize their earnings, crush their sales goals, and grow professionally as they lead their teams. As a Texas Tech graduate, banker, pharmaceutical sales rep, and previous State Farm Agent himself, he understands what it takes to succeed and grow a business. He does it with a Christlike attitude and passion.
#5 - Joey Light leads Wylie ISD with passion, integrity, and prayer
Joey Light is the Superintendent of Wylie ISD in Abilene, TX. He has led his school from 2000, first as an assistant superintendent. But before tackling administration he led in the classroom and as a coach.
Joey leads with passion, integrity, and believes prayer is the most important attribute a leader can possess. He is an inspiration to many and dedicates his bandwidth to educating kids how to be the leaders of tomorrow.