73 episodes

Life at the top can be lonely, not to mention a little confusing sometimes. This podcast is intended to help leaders gain insight into what it takes to not only become a leader, but also to deliver on the potential of their organizations and maintain balance in their lives.

Move People Podcast Andrew Barlow

    • Business
    • 5.0, 19 Ratings

Life at the top can be lonely, not to mention a little confusing sometimes. This podcast is intended to help leaders gain insight into what it takes to not only become a leader, but also to deliver on the potential of their organizations and maintain balance in their lives.

    #73: MOVE PEOPLE to MEANINGFUL ACTION

    #73: MOVE PEOPLE to MEANINGFUL ACTION

    Austins' Cord Shiflet lives at 100mph, selling houses, delivering relief supplies, leading a cavalcade of fools in costume to Las Vegas, loving his family and having a blast the whole time. We certainly don't endorse the advice he'd give to his 18 year old self, but we truly enjoyed talking to this one-of-a-kind Austin icon who helps make our town truly special.

    • 43 min
    #72 - MOVE PEOPLE to HYDRATION

    #72 - MOVE PEOPLE to HYDRATION

    Calder Hendrickson is a long, tall Texan who is building a diverse technology company based on lessons learned on the pitching mound and in church. Check out his company that's making "magic sand" and hear about his plans to bring life-changing technology to hurting people around the world. 

    • 35 min
    #71 MOVE PEOPLE from Resentment to Contentment

    #71 MOVE PEOPLE from Resentment to Contentment

    Are you called to serve others? Do you find yourself defending your call to those you love? Do you find yourself irritated by the people you serve? MOVE PEOPLE Podcast founder Andrew Barlow has a plan for you to move from resentment to contentment as you fulfill your calling in life.

    • 40 min
    #70: MOVE PEOPLE the Last Mile

    #70: MOVE PEOPLE the Last Mile

    John Esparza comes from a long line of truckers, so he knows a thing or two about moving people (and all kinds of freight). This devout family man may be soft-spoken, but he's also a skilled leader with a Texas-sized work ethic and a devotion to serving others. You won't meet a nicer guy anywhere. 

    • 59 min
    #68 MOVE PEOPLE to Cooperation

    #68 MOVE PEOPLE to Cooperation

    As the Chief Executive Grocer at Austin's Wheatsville Co-Op, Dan Gillotte heads up an inspired group of partners and shareholders (what other grocery stores would call employees and customers) in the search for a more sustainable, meaningful way to shop and eat. From an accidental art school encounter with a cabbage to being surprised by a brand of hummus, his story is a great example of a person finding a meaningful way to make a real difference. 

    • 35 min
    #67: MOVE PEOPLE to Bravery

    #67: MOVE PEOPLE to Bravery

    Kimberly Davis knows something you don't know: you have a super objective and unlocking it is the key to living an effective life. Check out our conversation with her and contemplate steps to discovering a life of brave leadership. (Yes, that's the name of her book.)

    • 42 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
19 Ratings

19 Ratings

Ryan Gravatt ,

More than Management and Marketing

Andrew is a deep thinker and a man with a heart of kindness. His interviews get to the soul of the person and he draws out more than just management and marketing wisdom.

Leslie_B. ,

So good

I just listened to podcast #13 “Move By Example” and really enjoyed it. It was authentic, personal and thought-provoking. Andrew interviews his old coach and mentor from Quincy, IL. Andrew is such a natural. He can tackle any topic with ease and grace. He has a way of bringing out interesting conversations and is able to have a provocative discussion in a non-threatening way. I particularly enjoyed this podcast with his high school coach because it was so personal and tender. I look forward to hearing the next one!

Leslie_B. ,

So good!

I just listened to podcast #13 “Move By Example” and really enjoyed it. It was authentic, personal and thought-provoking. Andrew interviews his old coach and mentor from Quincy, IL. Andrew is such a natural. He can tackle any topic with ease and grace. He has a way of bringing out interesting conversations and is able to have a provocative discussion in a non-threatening way. I particularly enjoyed this podcast with his high school coach because it was so personal and tender. I look forward to hearing the next one!

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