232 episodes

Welcome to System & Soul, the podcast for growth-minded leaders to strengthen the system and soul of their business to create breakthrough.

Hosted by Benj Miller.

S2 is a business framework helping entrepreneurs start their own business coaching practice through business coach certification and training.

We'll talk:
How to grow as a leader
Business tools and advice
How to scale your business
How to improve your organizational culture
Small business
Clarity and control
Guiding entrepreneurs
And much, much more.

//formerly Tractionville™

System & Soul Benj Miller

    • Business
    • 4.8 • 63 Ratings

Welcome to System & Soul, the podcast for growth-minded leaders to strengthen the system and soul of their business to create breakthrough.

Hosted by Benj Miller.

S2 is a business framework helping entrepreneurs start their own business coaching practice through business coach certification and training.

We'll talk:
How to grow as a leader
Business tools and advice
How to scale your business
How to improve your organizational culture
Small business
Clarity and control
Guiding entrepreneurs
And much, much more.

//formerly Tractionville™

    #005: Leadership, Marriage, and Personal Development with Lantz Howard

    #005: Leadership, Marriage, and Personal Development with Lantz Howard

    Lantz Howard explores the intersection of leadership, marriage, and personal development, emphasizing the impact of relational and emotional health on individual and organizational success. It delves into the role of coaching, the challenges of marriage, and the importance of faith and prayer in personal and professional growth.

    Take aways:


    The impact of relational and emotional health on individual and organizational success
    The role of coaching in personal and professional development
    Challenges and dynamics of marriage in relation to personal growth and work

    References:

    LantzHoward.com

    Connect with Lantz on LinkedIn

    • 25 min
    #004: Becoming Remarkable with Dr. Randy Ross

    #004: Becoming Remarkable with Dr. Randy Ross

    Benj Miller chats with Dr. Randy Ross, an author and speaker who specializes in leadership, culture, and employee experience. They discuss three of Dr. Ross's books: 'Remarkable,' 'Relationomics,' and 'Fireproof Happiness.' Dr. Ross shares insights on creating a movement of good, building a relationally rich environment, and developing hope and happiness. He emphasizes the importance of values-based goal setting, positive relationships, and faith.

    This episode is sponsored by The 261.

    Start your day with clarity! As leaders, we have countless things on our mind: things we need to do, things we’re not doing, problems we need to solve, new exciting ideas––all jotted down in that worn out mental notebook we keep in our heads. 

    But, sometimes leaders and entrepreneurs simply need to step away from the mental clutter––sometimes we don’t need the notebook, we just need a sticky note––a simple reminder along the way to help us gain clarity and control of our business. 

    That’s why we created a new FREE resource called The 261. As you may know, there are 261 work days in the calendar year. So, we have mapped out the entire year with daily micro thoughts and micro actions––sticky notes––to help keep the ball moving forward in your personal life as a leader and for the sake of your business.

    If you want to start your day with clarity and receive a short, helpful thought to jumpstart your leadership, please go to The261.com and sign up!

    References:

    Connect with Dr. Randy Ross on LinkedIn

    Remakable by Dr. Randy Ross

    Relationomics by Dr. Randy Ross

    Fireproof Happiness by Dr. Randy Ross

    Make Life Good by Dr. Randy Ross

    • 30 min
    #003: Rewrite Your Subconscious Beliefs with Judy Kane

    #003: Rewrite Your Subconscious Beliefs with Judy Kane

    Benj interviews Judy Kane, a mindset change specialist. They discuss the process of changing subconscious beliefs and how it can impact various aspects of life. Judy explains that mindset change involves rewriting subconscious beliefs that are getting in the way of personal growth and success. She shares examples of common subconscious beliefs, such as fear of success and scarcity mindset. Judy also provides insights on recognizing self-sabotage and uncovering subconscious beliefs. The conversation highlights the importance of visualizing desired outcomes and being gentle with oneself during the process of mindset change.



    Takeaways


    Mindset change involves rewriting subconscious beliefs that are hindering personal growth and success.
    Recognizing patterns of self-sabotage can indicate the presence of subconscious beliefs that need to be addressed.
    Visualizing desired outcomes can help in changing subconscious beliefs.



    This episode is sponsored by The 261. 

    Start your day with clarity! As leaders, we have countless things on our mind: things we need to do, things we’re not doing, problems we need to solve, new exciting ideas––all jotted down in that worn out mental notebook we keep in our heads. 

    But, sometimes leaders and entrepreneurs simply need to step away from the mental clutter––sometimes we don’t need the notebook, we just need a sticky note––a simple reminder along the way to help us gain clarity and control of our business. 



    That’s why we created a new FREE resource called The 261. As you may know, there are 261 work days in the calendar year. So, we have mapped out the entire year with daily micro thoughts and micro actions––sticky notes––to help keep the ball moving forward in your personal life as a leader and for the sake of your business.

    If you want to start your day with clarity and receive a short, helpful thought to jumpstart your leadership, please go to The261.com and sign up! 



    References:

    Connect with Judy on LinkedIn

    AlignedConsciousness.com

    • 22 min
    #002: The Confidence Ignitor with Steve Lover

    #002: The Confidence Ignitor with Steve Lover

    In this episode, business coach and confidence expert, Steve Lover discusses his confidence development model and its application in leadership development. He emphasizes the importance of confidence in achieving success and explains the vital difference between confidence and self-esteem.



    Key Takeaways:

    - The confidence development model

    - The difference between pleasing and serving

    - The willingness to be unliked for doing what’s best



    This episode is sponsored by The 261. 

    Start your day with clarity! As leaders, we have countless things on our mind: things we need to do, things we’re not doing, problems we need to solve, new exciting ideas––all jotted down in that worn out mental notebook we keep in our heads. 

    But, sometimes leaders and entrepreneurs simply need to step away from the mental clutter––sometimes we don’t need the notebook, we just need a sticky note––a simple reminder along the way to help us gain clarity and control of our business. 

    That’s why we created a new FREE resource called The 261. As you may know, there are 261 work days in the calendar year. So, we have mapped out the entire year with daily micro thoughts and micro actions––sticky notes––to help keep the ball moving forward in your personal life as a leader and for the sake of your business.

    If you want to start your day with clarity and receive a short, helpful thought to jumpstart your leadership, please go to The261.com and sign up!



    References:

    The Confidence Ignitor by Steve Lover

    View the Confidence Development Model Diagram

    Learn more about Steve Lover

    Connect with Steve Lover on LinkedIn

    • 32 min
    #001: Love Works with Joel Manby

    #001: Love Works with Joel Manby

    Former CEO of SeaWorld and Herschend Enterprises, Joel Manby, joins Benj Miller to discuss how Love in the workplace increases engagement, job satisfaction, and profitability.



    Takeaways:

    - Why love is a key leadership principle

    - What metrics measure love in an organization

    - Loving your people through challenging times



    This episode is sponsored by The 261. 



    Start your day with clarity! As leaders, we have countless things on our mind: things we need to do, things we’re not doing, problems we need to solve, new exciting ideas––all jotted down in that worn out mental notebook we keep in our heads. 



    But, sometimes leaders and entrepreneurs simply need to step away from the mental clutter––sometimes we don’t need the notebook, we just need a sticky note––a simple reminder along the way to help us gain clarity and control of our business. 



    That’s why we created a new FREE resource called The 261. As you may know, there are 261 work days in the calendar year. So, we have mapped out the entire year with daily micro thoughts and micro actions––sticky notes––to help keep the ball moving forward in your personal life as a leader and for the sake of your business.



    If you want to start your day with clarity and receive a short, helpful thought to jumpstart your leadership, please go to The261.com and sign up! 



    References:

    Love Works by Joel Manby

    Book Joel Manby to speak for your organization

    Join the Executive Circle

    Learn more about Joel Manby

    • 38 min
    #022: Lead with Levity with Heather Walker, Ph.D.

    #022: Lead with Levity with Heather Walker, Ph.D.

    Creative Founder of Lead with Levity, Heather Walker, Ph.D., reflects on getting older and the importance of staying relevant while leading diverse teams. Dr. Walker also explores the challenges and benefits of diversity, equity, and inclusion in the workplace. And, she shares insights on managing large teams and the importance of maintaining personal relationships with team members.



    Takeaways:


    Staying relevant requires paying attention to trends, connecting with younger generations, and being open to new ideas.
    Diversity, equity, and inclusion are essential for innovation and success in the workplace.
    Managing large teams requires finding efficient ways to build relationships and communicate with team members.



    References:

    LeadwithLevity.com

    Connect with Heather on LinkedIn

    • 40 min

Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
63 Ratings

63 Ratings

Jamie Vanek ,

Leaders Need to Hear This

Great interviews and insights that remind us of the power in our people and processes. From success stories to research based leadership, Benj and Chris are easy to listen to and bring value to every episode. It’s refreshing to hear owners who don’t just acknowledge, but bring to the forefront, the soul of the organization.

Caitie Boshers ,

Entrepreneurs need this!

This podcast has so many perspectives and the conversations hold so much value. I love the tips they have between each episode, and the information you get from different leaders is extremely insightful. Entrepreneurs need to listen to this podcast to become better business leaders!

Rich_k111 ,

Very helpful podcast

It’s one thing to read Traction and practice EOS but having an in-depth understanding takes dedication and practice. This podcast helps me go deep on EOS and become a better businessperson. Thanks!

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