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
Ram Charan talks with The Mentors Radio about five obstacles to success in today’s marketplace
In this episode of The Mentors Radio, global business mentor to the many of largest businesses in the world including Amazon and others, Ram Charan, Ph.D., talks with The Mentors Radio host Tom Loarie about the five obstacles to success in today's marketplace. Charan also addresses the critical importance of making it a priority to nurture personal and a company culture of discipline, respect, resilience, credibility and trust. Charan also shows business leaders how to detect forces that are reshaping, or will reshape, markets ahead of others.
Ram Charan talks about the critical need for ongoing curiosity, wonder and learning, velocity and cash. You'll even learn Sam Walton’s 10-minute exercise, compare the CEO to an emperor, and what are the twin destroyers of ego and narcissism. Ram underscores the importance of Joint Planning Sessions as the key to alignment and commitment.
Charan predicts that 40 percent of today’s companies will not exist in a meaningful way just 10 years from now. Listeners will also learn some of the influencers in Charan’s life.
There is so much packed into this interview-don’t miss it!
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How to manage my health while working intensely?
In this episode The Mentors host John Phillips talks with guest mentor Suniel Jain, NMD about how to manage and maintain good health while working your butt off... you know, running your business, finding investor, managing the workload of your division or responsibilities, out in the field making sales... whatever you do for a living! Dr. Jain is the founder/owner of Arizona-based Rejuvena Health & Aesthetics, specializing in wellness and healthy aging. He helps a lot of professionals. Find Show Notes here. Radio podcast will be posted after Saturday morning’s airing… Sign up for free podcasts -- on any platform -- here.
US Olympiad and Coach Tom Dooley talks about self-discipline and growth
In this episode, Tom Dooley—a U.S. Olympiad racewalker who participated in two especially historic Olympics—talks with host Ric Brutocao about the poer of self-discipline and internal growth in an endeavor, including business. Dooley went on to become a history teacher and a lifelong coach, including the founding national coach of the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's athletic Team in Training program, a position in which he served for 25 years. As an Olympiad, Dooley earned a spot on the U.S. Olympic team in 1968 in Mexico City and again, in 1972, in Munich, Germany: Two especially historic Olympics, for two very different reasons. Racewalking is an endurance sport and Dooley shares a behind-the-glory insights on the self-discipline, humility, insights and lessons one gains from training for any athletic adventure—especially for elite-level endurance racing. He and Ric also talk about how these essential habits of an elite athlete can influence every aspect of one’s life, even one's business and work. Tom Dooley is that rare blend of both great athlete and great teacher, as many of his students will attest. To this day, long after his Olympic experiences, Tom Dooley continues to compete in senior racewalking events around the world (with many wins along the way too!). Listen to podcast of the radio show after its broadcast Saturday. Don't forget to sign up for the FREE Radio Podcast and never miss an episode -- available on every podcast platform from Spotify, iTunes, Apple podcast and Google Play to Android, Tune-in and much more - subscribe here.
Your Business & the U.S. Constitution with Guest John Eastman, Esq., PhD
On today's show, The Mentors Radio host Ric Brutocao talks with guest mentor John Eastman, Esq., Ph.D., on the brilliance of the United States Founding Fathers in their crafting of the Constitution, its relevance for us today, ways in which this founding document of the U.S. impacts our business and personal lives; and why it was so thoughtfully, brilliantly and purposefully crafted. Dr. Eastman is the senior fellow and director of Claremont Institute's Center for Constitutional Jurisprudence, a former dean and law professor for more than 15 years and a frequent, national radio and television commentator regarding the U.S. Constitution and Constitutional law. Dr. Eastman is one of the sharpest legal minds, especially knowledgeable about the U.S. Constitution and about the individual and business rights and freedoms that this unique national document guarantees citizens. Early in his career, Dr. Eastman clerked for highly-respected U.S. Supreme Court Justice Clarence Thomas. Find Show Notes here. Listen Below… and Be sure to sign up for the FREE podcast — on any platform or device — here, and don’t miss an episode of THE MENTORS RADIO!
WHAT BOARDS DO AND HOW YOU CAN BECOME A HIGHLY SOUGHT-AFTER BOARD MEMBER
Have you ever wondered what boards of directors do? Or what you need to do to join one? Find answers to these questions and more when Host Tom Loarie discusses this and more with Nola Masterson, a seasoned CEO, global executive and board leader serving on public company, venture-back private company and nonprofit organization boards. She is also a board advisor and co-chair of Women Corporate Directors. Find Show Notes here. Listen to the radio podcast below. Even better, Don't miss a show and subscribe to our free podcast on any podcast platform here.
What are You Chasing? with Guest Jim Loehr
Today's guest is Jim Loehr, a master at transforming hundreds of lives —from the top, most elite, world-famous tennis competitors, to business executives at all levels, to the millions who have read his books or taken his courses. Jim's ability to transform an individual's energy so that he or she can easily and dramatically improve their sustained energy level yields the results of unleashing an individual's unique potential and peak performance, regardless of what they do... whether they're a top tennis athlete on the court with the world watching, or they're leading a company and running a business, or they're in college studying!
Better sustained energy and Better focus results in Peak Performance and Achievement.
A world-renown performance psychologist and co-founder of the Orlando-based Human Performance Institute, Jim Loehr is the author of 17 easy-to-read, down-to-earth yet life-transforming books, including best-sellers: "The Power of Full Engagement," "The Power of Story," and his newest release, "Leading with Character," which is already proving to be a sure hit.
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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.