The world needs more leaders and John T. Meyer believes that YOU are one. Each episode of the Leadmore podcast sits down with a leader and asks them to teach the thing they know best. The goal is to extract the knowledge of the best leaders to arm the future leaders with the skills, frameworks, and best practices.
The Myth of Perfect Time Management with Rebekah Scott - Episode 106
In this episode, we bring on a leader who is good at juggling all the different balls of life. Rebekah Scott is an entrepreneur, a designer, a podcaster, a coach, a mom, a wife, a Christian, and so much more.
We explore the intricacies of balancing productivity, family time, and personal life. Join us as we break down the five key systems—work, family, house, food, and me — and how you can upgrade your own systems one at a time.
A job layoff can lead to countless opportunities with Sharath Kuruganty - Episode 104
We chat with Sharath Kuruganty, a tech professional and a SaaS founder on the side. Sharath’s recent job loss turned into a world of countless opportunities thanks to his online community.
Discover his resilience within this adversity through the Triple-A Framework: ‘Acknowledge, Accept, Act' and how to leverage your community when you need it most.
Setting Goals and Building Habits for Success with Chris Pieta - Episode 103
Welcome to another episode of the Leadmore Podcast!
As we kick off 2024, it's the perfect time to focus on setting goals and building habits that will shape our future.
In this episode, John sits down with entrepreneur, photographer, and coach Chris Pieta to discuss two powerful frameworks that every leader should know.
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Should every leader have a podcast? with Nate Poeppel - Ep. 102
You should consider starting a podcast in 2024!
A podcast is such a great way for a leader to improve their thinking, connect with other leaders, and create content to market and grow their brand.
In the return of the Leadmore Podcast we sit down with the producer of Leadmore and Founder of Earthtones, Nate Poeppel. Nate shares the Five Components of a Great Podcast.
Hear what those components are and more in episode 102 of Leadmore. You’ll also hear why I think a video podcast is the best form of content.
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Welcome Back to Leadmore - Episode 101 with John T. Meyer
Welcome back to the Leadmore Podcast! After an extended hiatus, John is thrilled to announce the podcast is back! The new Leadmore is focused on equipping you with actionable leadership insights. The world needs more leaders, and in each episode John will extract knowledge from amazing guests and deliver it in short, impactful episodes. Exciting news—the Leadmore Podcast is now in video format too! Subscribe on your favorite platforms, to listen and watch. The first new episode will drop this Thursday!
Leadmore100 - Six Leadership Themes from 100 Leadmore Episodes
On this special episode, host John T. Meyer shares the six themes he has drawn over the course of 100 episodes as well as what he loves most about building a podcast. John gets nostalgic by bringing back clips from some of his favorite episodes and is grateful for all of those who have listened to any (or all) of the 100 episodes.
John's six leadership themes from 100 episodes are:
Belief - Hear why Coach John Stiegelmeier says it's essential to success (Ep 13). Cheerlead - Listen to Liz Giorgi explain the real role of any CEO (Ep 20).Growth - Nate Poeppel teaches us that life is the curriculum to become a better person.Community - Whatever your community is, Paige Pearson Meyer reminds us to leave it better than we found it (Ep 73).Foundation - It is in our times of trial where we learn what we stand for and no one embodies this more than Tim Schut (Ep 72).Gratitude - Let the words of Dr. David O'Hara wash over you as he teaches us how to practice gratitude every day in big ways or small (Ep 87).
Welcome back! Episode 102…what a fantastic short-course to Podcasting 101. (Hmmm…Sounds like something new for 2024!)
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