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Positivity: It Costs Nothing
In late 2016, a 6-year old boy named Alex Myteberi wrote a letter to President Obama offering to help a five-year-old Syrian refugee boy — if you recall, the iconic image of the horrific conflict in Syria showed a young boy covered in blood and dust in an ambulance after his house in Aleppo was destroyed in a blast.
Obama not only read Alex’s letter — but he celebrated his kindness at the White House, and as part of an international refugee speech.
His mom, Val Myteberi, held back tears and disbelief as she got the call from the White House that day. She may not have realized the tremendous impact her positive influence at home had on her son then, but she’s reflecting on it today — right here on this episode of the Rebel Leadership Podcast.
Val is the Associate Dean of Graduate, International & Online Programs at Cardozo Law in New York City. She is as kind as she is smart, determined as she is radiant, positive as she is impactful. Her story of immigrating to the US begins washing dishes to learn English, and can be fast-forwarded to influencing lives through education. We reflect on all things positivity, and the role leaders play in shaping future generations.
The Work is Worth It
Hard work. It’s often connected to producing things you can see or feel — it’s tangible. When you’re shifting from the ultimate producer of things, to leader of people… it’s uncomfortable. What you once described as hard work — physically producing deliverables and tangible things — now becomes putting in the time and effort onto becoming a better person, a better leader of people.
In today’s episode of the Rebel Leadership Podcast, I’m talking to Colleen Luby, the Director of Brand Strategy at Rebel Interactive Group. She is actively experiencing a cerebral transformation going from the producer of the great things to the leader of great people.
Her story is relevant and real.
Leadership Is Experienced, Not Taught
On this episode of the Rebel Leadership Podcast, the host mic is being flipped around.
Following a meteoric rise within Rebel Interactive Group, Allison Minutillo will continue to help direct the cutting-edge digital marketing agency’s explosive growth as a partner in the firm.
Rebel's Shannon King sits down with Allison to talk about her journey within Rebel, what co-ownership of the agency means, and why leadership can’t be taught, but can only truly be learned and experienced.
Has anyone ever told you to just come up with a few ideas? To some…easy peasy. To others… the most terrifying task ever.
On today’s episode of the Rebel leadership podcast, I’m talking to Paul Pita, Chief Experience Officer at Rebel Interactive Group. He used to own his own agency and has been a creative all his life. We dive deep into the world of creativity and as leaders, how to unleash it in your organization.
Don't Sacrifice Who You Could Become
Every experience along your journey is worth it, whether you realize it or not. Who you are today doesn’t define who you will become tomorrow. If we get into the habit of pausing to reflect and listen to what those around us are trying to tell us — so we believe in it ourselves — opportunities will open and true transformation starts to happen.
In this episode of The Rebel leadership podcast, we’re talking to two developers at different stages of their journey. Kyle Sheldon, a senior SaaS product developer explains how moments In his life changed the trajectory of his career — and helped shape his outlook on life. We also talk to Garret Weinberg who’s expanding his skillsets every day and navigating his path to realize his true potential.
It’s filled with personal stories and ah-has, in hope that you’ll have one of your own.
The cold hard truth? There's no map for this. There's no GPS that tells you exactly what you need to do to get from your current position to the next level. For all of our listeners who aspire to be more, affect more, lead someday...this episode explores the details, work, and dedication it takes on the journey to becoming a leader.
I guess you could consider this episode a map.
Allison, host of the Rebel Leadership podcast, highlights all aspects of leadership and more in this can’t miss podcast! The host and expert guests offer insightful advice and information that is helpful to anyone that listens!
The ah-ha moments you’ve been looking for
It’s like this podcast can read my mind! I may be biased working for an agency myself but this is the inspiration you need to make a change or do something differently. You know - REBEL. Can’t recommend this enough!
Hands down the best podcast I’ve come across. Leadership perspective that is so relatable and so extremely motivating. Can’t get enough! Bravo Rebel!