This podcast is all about exploring the leadership lessons, mental fortitude, and sustained success that truly great athletes and successful business professionals share. We will dig into the skills, traits, and behaviors that empower them to unleash their greatness.
What drives the best of the best? Why are these men and women able to think, act, and execute at a higher level than anyone else?
This podcast is for People of action, people looking to level up their leadership and performance. People who want sustained success and have the competitive mindset needed to go the distance.
Episode 118: How Culture, Storytelling, and Joy Saved Menlo, with Rich Sheridan
Menlo Innovations CEO Rich Sheridan became disillusioned in the middle of his career in the chaotic technology industry. He had an all-consuming thought…things can be better. Much better. He had to find a way. Why couldn't a workplace be filled with camaraderie, human energy, creativity, and productivity?
Episode 117: Leading with Contagious Tenacity, with Kane Ma
Kane Ma is Co-Founder/Chief Technology Officer of Kamo Digital Solutions. An entrepreneur and business development professional. Blockchain enthusiast. Received Bachelor's in Computer Science and Economics from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill while as a Varsity letterman in the Men's Basketball Program after starring on the JV team for three years.
Episode 116: The Secret to Loyola-Chicago’s Basketball Success, with Ed Molitor
In the last 26 years, Ed Molitor has developed his leadership skills in both athletics and business. From working as an NCAA Basketball coach at Texas A&M to becoming the Vice President of a national recruiting firm, Ed has taught countless athletes, coaches, and business leaders how to THINK, ACT, and EXECUTE at an elite level. Ed has a unique set of skills to deliver leaders across the country a purposeful, positive, energetic, and refreshing experience to unlock their true potential.
Episode 115: Impact, Inspire, Empower, with Holly B. Hunt
Holly B. Hunt was raised in a rural North Georgia town, Elberton, Georgia, which is also known as “The Granite Capital of the World.” The oldest of four children, she felt a natural inclination to take on the role of leader and caretaker from a young age. A self-proclaimed serial entrepreneur, Holly has always looked for ways to grow and develop outside of her current circumstances.
Episode #114: Building Winning Teams, with Maureen Electa Monte
Maureen Electa Monte builds winning teams that unite, overcome obstacles, and achieve big goals. She has a B.S. and M.S. in Mechanical Engineering, an M.S. in Leadership and Business Ethics, and is a Gallup-certified StrengthsFinder expert. Maureen has 30 years of corporate experience and was Engineer of the Year for IBM. She has launched two companies and provided consulting services to 20,000 professionals on global teams in hi-tech, healthcare, food science, banking and education.
Episode 113: Engage with Energy and Purpose, with Scott Garrett
Cleveland State University announced the appointment of Scott Garrett as its seventh Director of Athletics on April 8, 2019. Garrett was formally introduced at a press conference in Cleveland State’s Student Center by CSU President Harlan M. Sands.
One of a Kind!
They say that the best insights come from the “in-betweens”...the spaces where other insights intersect and overlap. This is exactly that type of podcast, combining insights from sports and business in relatable and actionable ways. A terrific addition to any aspiring leader’s podcast diet.
Great for leaders!
Great job Ed! Tons of great insight on this podcast fromt he best of the best. Sports and business intersect in many ways, and this podcast brings them together so well.
In this podcast I really appreciate the emphasis of the coach being "self aware" as foundational of effectively building trust and connecting with your team.