CEO Mentors challenge your thinking about work and life, help you reach your highest potential, and find purpose and happiness in whatever you do. One of the most unique and popular radio shows on the airwaves today, The Mentors features three seasoned, successful and highly ethical CEOs—Tom Loarie, Ric Brutocao and John Phillips—who take turns hosting the show. Each episode, you’ll hear discussions with provocative, innovative CEOs and influencers on how to achieve YOUR highest potential and find genuine meaning and purpose, personal fulfillment and happiness in whatever you choose to do in career and life. Show topics include business success, challenges, overcoming obstacles, building brands, serving customers, radically exploding growth, sharing first-hand experiences and stories, and much more, based on life-changing principles of personal, ethical, professional and business growth and success. www.TheMentorsRadio.com
CEO of Hollywood Film Production Company talks with Host Ric Brutocao on Leadership, Ethics, Offering High Value products
Origin Entertainment CEO and executive film producer Dick Lyles talks with Host Ric Brutocao about lessons he learned from serving in the U.S. Navy, training in leadership development, launching and running his own business and, now, serving as CEO of Origin Entertainment, an award-winning Hollywood film production company. Lyles addresses overcoming challenges, the power of sticking to ethical principles no matter what, and he gives us an insider look at what it's like to run an award-winning film studio. He also talks about wisdom gained over the years from others and from first-hand experience. Listen to the live show podcast below, Find Show Notes here, and be sure to subscribe to the FREE show podcast on any platform you want, here.
London-based James Sutcliffe shares reality, encouragement and solid mentoring insights for entrepreneurs and founders
In this episode, Host Tom Loarie talks with James Sutcliffe, the London-based founder and CEO of The Founding Network, a free international collaboration platform for entrepreneurs who are founders of companies. The conversation focuses on the reality of starting a company, the unique expectations and challenges of a founder and entrepreneur, Sutcliffe's own journey and motivation, and a plethora of inspiring, insightful and really helpful entrepreneurial mentoring, perspective and encouragement.
In addition to learning his experience in creating a fast-growing crowd-sourced collaboration platform forentrepreneurs, he also addresses start-up myths, handling failure and how entrepreneurs and theirfamilies are emotionally challenged by Vulnerability, Uncertainty, Complexity, and Ambiguity (VUCA).
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Jeff Schwartz, founding partner of Deloitte Consulting’s Future of Work Practice, talks with The Mentors Radio about Work Disrupted: Opportunity, Resilience and Career Growth
This week, Host Tom Loarie talks with Jeff Schwartz, the founding partner of Deloitte Consulting's Future of Work Practice and the global editor of the influential Global Human Capital Trends Report. On today's show, Jeff talks about opportunity, resilience and career growth in the accelerated future of work. How have worldwide and local shutdowns triggered by COVID-19 and other dynamics, combined with technology, increased massive changes in future employment models? How can you build on your skills and experience to navigate the emerging workplace? How is this affecting Deloitte and its work model, and why is this so important to understand? You'll learn this and much more on today's episode of The Mentors Radio. Find Show Notes here. Listen below. And, sign up for the Free Podcast of the show here—on any platform, including iHeart Radio, Apple Podcasts, GooglePlay, TuneIN, any platform that's out there—so you never have to miss an episode!
Caring for Dementia Individuals by putting Excellent Care and Compassion FIRST
Dr. Jacqueline Dupont talks with The Mentors Radio Host Ric Brutocao about how she elevated her passion for those afflicted with dementia, and their families, into a sustainable business without sacrificing excellent care and genuine compassion. In fact, excellent medical care and genuine compassion for each individual in her care are the very principles that set her places apart from other care facilities. Even more, the same principles that guided and continue to guide Jacqueline's work can apply to any healthcare or literally any other business. Learn more in this personal interview. Listen to the episode below. Subscribe FOR FREE to The Mentors Radio here -- on any device, any platform, including iHeart Radio, Apple Podcasts, GooglePlay, iTunes, and everything else!
An Inspiring Doctor brings the Gift of Sight to those in the U.S. and to those the country from which he escaped as a teen
In this episode of THE MENTORS RADIO, host Tom Loarie interviews guest mentor Dr. Ming Wang, M.D., Ph.D., a man who transitioned from facing deportation to rural China for a life of hard labor in his native Communist China where he grew up, to making in to the United States—by the slimmest of chances. In the U.S., Ming received an M.D. from Harvard, magna cum laude, and a Ph.D. in laser physics from MIT. Now a world-renown, multi-award-winning eye surgeon, Nashville, Tennessee-based Dr. Wang has never forgotten his roots. Though his list of eye patients include Dolly Parton and other famous people, what he has done for those struggling with sight issues in Communist China and elsewhere, are as inspiring as his career journey. Listen to podcast below. Listen on ANY device, just choose your podcast vehicle here. Find Show Notes here—-Dr. Wang is an accomplished ballroom dancer and musician, in addition to his break-through work as an opthamologist and philantrhopist to many who need, but cannot afford, serious eye problem solutions.
A Career in Making Toys with guest Ken Strottman
In this episode, The Mentors Host Ric Brutoco talks with Ken Strottman, Chairman and Founder of Strottman International, an innovative toy and branding company that prides itself on being passionate about making toys! In 35+ years the Strottman team has created more than 3.5 BILLION toys for retail and for some of the largest U.S. brands, all with a flawless safety record. Clients include Chevron (remember those adorable Chevron toy cars?!), Wendy's, Taco Bell, Kroger, Red Robbin, Lowe's, LeapFrog and many more brands. So, how did Ken Strottman find his way into the toy business... and into becoming an iconic brand name in creating toys for big brand promotions? His is a journey that could almost be called failing his way to success... Absolutely inspiring and a living testimony to staying true to your core life principles and perseverance... and a good sense of humor! Find Show Notes here. Listen below to the radio podcast after the first airing Saturday morning... Even better, sign up for the FREE radio podcast and never miss an episode!!
Thomas Loarie , A True Mentor
In a lifetime we have many people that come and that go throughout the years. And then there are those rare few that are a constant; a beacon of bright light, through the joyful times and the times of great sorrow. Thomas Loarie is that one in a million, A True Mentor. He is always wise and always supportive with a loving, non-judge-mental heart. I am forever grateful to have him in my life now for over three decades.