When faced with crises, conflict, and uncertainty, the EOS Leader keeps moving forward rather than panicking or becoming paralyzed. Great leaders realize they're on a lifelong journey to become their best — and know they can’t go it alone. If you'd like to learn from others on this quest, tune into these open and honest conversations with humble, real, and resilient entrepreneurs from around the world. Hosted by Mike Paton, Certified EOS Implementer® and former Visionary of EOS Worldwide.
Gino Wickman and Mike Paton | How to Create and Live Your Best Life: Part 2
Gino Wickman, founder of EOS Worldwide, creator of EOS® and author of the forthcoming book The EOS Life, dives into how he learned to manage human energy, the mental challenges entrepreneurs face, and how he trained himself and others to live the EOS Life®.
Gino Wickman and Mike Paton | How to Create and Live Your Best Life
Gino Wickman, founder of EOS Worldwide, creator of EOS®, and author of the forthcoming book, The EOS Life, shares five things it takes to live your best life.
Gino Wickman | Are You A True Entrepreneur?
From the EOS Podcast Vault: Gino Wickman, founder of EOS Worldwide, creator of EOS®, and author of forthcoming book The EOS Life, shares the essential traits of a strong leader and how to know if you should make the entrepreneurial leap.
Ryan Vestby | Treat Your Career Like a Wall Street Stock
Ryan Vestby, CEO of CompuVision, shares how out of the box thinking gives you an advantage both in business and leadership.
Jeff Dirks | Demand Respect? You Have To Earn it!
Jeff Dirks, founding partner and president of KBL Environmental Ltd., discusses how true leaders earn respect by hard work and following the golden rule.
Nick Friedman | There Are No Shortcuts to Success
Nick Friedman, owner and co-founder of College H.U.N.K.S. Hauling Junk & Moving, urges entrepreneurs to pace themselves and personalize their leadership.
Always good tips
I’ve been listening since it started. There are always good tips. I appreciate that they talk about things they haven’t done well alongside the things that have worked out.
If I had to pick a key takeaway after the first season it would be “make a decision. If it isn’t right, you can change course, but not deciding almost always leads to worse results.”
Great stuff every episode
I’ve been listening to Paton for 6 or 8 weeks now and this is a podcast full of gold. I’m reading Traction now and can see how EOS can be applied to our company of 46. The individual conversations are really insightful and provide loads of learning opportunities. Keep up the great work!
This is an excellent resource for growing a business.
One of the things I love the most, is they don’t bash managers, like so many other folks do. There is a place for leaders and managers in every company. This tells me they know what they are doing.