Let's Go Win podcast is a peak performance focused interview show that will guide listeners through their journey in life. Hosted by International Speaker, Mindset & Business Coach, and Author JM Ryerson with featured guests from all walks of life. Listeners will have fun, be inspired and get equipped with real tools to help them live their best life. Simple, practical steps will be found in each show to help everyone live their best life!
Tuesday Tune-Up: Let's Go Win at Growth with JM Ryerson
Episode #204: Let's Go Win at Growth!
Let's Go Win at Leadership: With guests Dr. Anne Dranitsaris & Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard
Episode #203: Nature vs. Nurture, it is a fascinating subject that has been debated and talked about for years in development in many areas of life. Dr. Anne Dranitsaris and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard are experts on that subject especially when it comes to leadership. These two amazing women are helping companies and leaders around the world to better their leadership abilities and help their teams perform at the highest level. Dr. Anne and Heather also have an incredible story on how they came to work together as a Mother-Daughter team, that is guaranteed to surprise and inspire you. In this episode you will hear about "Leadership as a mindset", creating function in teams, and why leaders are feeling less empowered today. There is so much amazing content in this show, enjoy! I would be grateful if you would rate, review, and subscribe to the Let's Go Win podcast. Thank you and Let's all Go Win!
Dr. Anne Dranitsaris and Heather Dranitsaris-Hilliard, a mother-daughter team, are organizational and leadership development experts at Caliber Leadership Systems, a boutique consulting firm specializing in dismantling dysfunction. They are dedicated to empowering individuals, leaders, and organizations to achieve their potential by leveraging their expertise in the neurobiology of human development combined with system thinking approach.
Anne and Heather have worked with thousands of leaders and individuals from around the world, been featured in dozens of publications, spoken at professional conferences, and written several series of books on personality type and the brain based on the Striving Styles® and MBTI®.
They are also the co-authors of the following books, all written with the same underlying goal in mind: to help people discover their true potential and become who they are truly meant to be:
"Who Are You Meant to Be?” – A groundbreaking, Step-by-Step Approach to Identifying and Achieving Your True Potential.
“So, You Think You Can Lead?” – An eye-opening look at how most leaders fail themselves and their employees, and what it truly takes to develop leadership authority and potential.
“Power Past the Imposter Syndrome” – A brain-building framework for changing painful, self-limiting beliefs and habits of mind.
Contact Dr. Anne & Heather:
Dr. Anne's LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/annedranitsaris
Heather's LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/heather-hilliard
Tuesday Tune-Up: Let's Go Win at Business with guest Paul Kirch
Episode #202: In this episode with my guest Paul Kirch, you will learn positive steps to take action and move your businesses forward. You can't think your way to success, so we'll show you how it all starts with action.
An experienced coach and consultant, Paul Kirch understands that success only begins with movement. Through his program, Action Over Analysis, he helps entrepreneurs and business leaders become empowered as he helps them avoid analysis paralysis. In addition, he is a certified behavioral expert, leveraging DISC and Motives assessment tools to help individuals understand what drives their own behaviors and the behaviors of those around them and how to adapt to build better relationships.
Paul hosted a top 10 business podcast show, BOSS Academy Radio, which lead to the founding of BOSS Academy, an entrepreneurial accelerator platform designed to give small business leaders and entrepreneurs real Business Ownership Success Strategies (BOSS).
Let's Go Win at Taking Care of Our Body: With guest Eric D'Agati
Episode #201: The title of this episode was so challenging to come up with because Eric D'Agati brought so much to the table. He is a world class fitness coach, trainer, and so much more. The interview was around 45 minutes but it absolutely flew by as he seamlessly and simplistically helps us understand how to set yourself up for success in the gym and outside of it. Eric has trained some of the most elite athletes in the world and his approach is very similar when it comes to evaluating what everyday people need as well. In the show you will hear why "nothing should hurt", how important breathing, nutrition, and sleep are to your gym success, and what your best ability is. Do not miss all the amazing tips, strategies, and wisdom that Eric shares and make sure to share it with all of your loved ones! I would be grateful if you would rate, review, and subscribe to the Let's Go Win podcast. Thank you and Let's all Go Win!
Eric D’Agati has spent the past 20+ years in the fitness industry as a coach, trainer and instructor, pioneering his unique approach to client assessment, performance enhancement and injury prevention. Each year, Eric travels around the world teaching and speaking to trainers, coaches and therapists as a lead instructor for Functional Movement Systems and guest speaker for such prestigious organizations as Mt. Sinai Hospital, New York University Medical, the Navy SEALS, US Army, NJAHPERD, NJSIAA, Nike and SPARQ Camps, Frank Glazier Clinics, The Mayo Clinic and multiple major universities. Eric also appeared in the NY Times bestseller “The 4-Hour Body” by Tim Ferriss.
His list of training clients includes individuals who have been an Olympic Gold Medalist, Gatorade and NJ Players of the Year, All-Americans, National Champions, World Series Champions and Pro-Bowl athletes. He also works with many high-level County, State, National and World Champion sports teams, including being the Strength and Conditioning Coordinator for the 2004 NPF National Champion NY/NJ Juggernaut Women’s Professional Softball, and a training consultant to the NY Islanders, Detroit Lions, Washington Redskins, Miami Dolphins, and NY Football Giants.
Eric also serves on the Advisory Board for On Base University, The Baseball Health Network and the Raritan Valley College Exercise Science Department. His latest projects include “Diamond Revolution Training” an online training platform for baseball and softball athletes, as well as the “Principles of Program Design”, an educational workshop series and coaching service for trainers and clinicians on the art and science of designing training programs.
Tuesday Tune-Up: Let's Go Win at Leadership
Episode #200: Let's Go Win at Leadership with JM Ryerson
Let's Go Win at Love and Support: With guest Kim Hamer
Episode #199: We are all affected by grief, sickness, and/or death at some point in our lives. How challenging did that make your work atmosphere and personal lives? Kim Hamer is helping businesses around the globe to be more prepared and skilled at dealing with these situations. She shares her own personal journey of losing her husband and how navigating the workplace was incredibly challenging. Kim is a huge asset for anyone that is dealing with employees but she is also a wealth of knowledge when it comes to properly supporting those that are sick and/or grieving. In this episode we cover a lot of the Dos and Don'ts when interacting with your loved ones, why the Law of Reciprocity is so important, and how not to forget the human side. Everyone will benefit from Kim's insight and will learn practical tips to be a better friend and/or employer. This is a show you don't want to miss! I would be grateful if you would rate, review, and subscribe to the Let's Go Win podcast. Thank you and Let's all Go Win!
On April 16, 2009, Kim Hamer watched her 44-yr-old husband take his last breath. During his illness and after his death, she was amazed by the helpful ways their coworkers, bosses, friends, and family supported them. Kim started calling their kind actions "acts of love".
After the death of her husband, Kim, an HR leader, noticed how little guidance leaders received when navigating cancer, health crisis, or death on their team. She knew their lack of knowledge negatively affected morale, employee engagement, and productivity. She set out to change that. Combining her personal experience with her professional knowledge and leadership skills, Kim launched her business to support leaders and coworkers when cancer (or any health crisis) affects a team member.
Win at Love and Support- #199
JM hit the ball out of the park with this pod cast! Grief is such a baffling emotion. Considering the fact that JM recently lost his Father, he handled this topic with such grace & dignity. Kudos Mr. Ryerson.
Class Act!! 5/5
JM is an inspirational speaker, speaking from real life experiences. Worth the listen! I look forward to the next episode.
Great show, always full of energy and great nuggets of information that can be used daily!