The campfire. school, church, and watercooler all-in-one. It's the earliest form of community; Sitting around a campfire and sharing stories. For generations, it was used to build trust, share knowledge, and inspire others. Welcome to the Virtual Campfire – I'm Tony Martignetti, the Inspired Coach. Here I'll share powerful lessons learned from leaders in their transformation journey.
When you see someone on stage: sharing a powerful message, "owning the room" and, having a huge impact in the world, you might ask yourself, how did they get to be that way? Were they born that way? Could I be like that person? What makes them different? From the outside looking in, it seems like they are meant to do what they're doing. I'm here to share what you don't often see—their tales of transformation. That's what we'll uncover here. The tiny steps that led to the big leaps.
Unlocking Your Unique Potential With Cara Shortsleeve
You might be skilled to do a ton of different things, but have you asked yourself what's going to make you the happiest? What is the role you’re supposed to play in the world? Cara Shortsleeve had her dream job with Google, but she decided to leave when she felt that there was something more that she should do. Today, she joins Tony Martignetti in a fantastic conversation about personal growth and the importance of setting aside time for it. She also talks about her career flashpoints, highlighting the significance of determining your measurement of success in unlocking your unique potential. Cara is currently the CEO of The Leadership Consortium, a platform that offers virtual leadership development for leaders at some of the world's best companies.
Dare to Inspire with Allison Holzer
Today Allison joins me to talk about it all. She shares her first experience with innovation and talks about how it put her on the path to learning to think outside the box when looking for ways to use your gifts. She dispels the myth that you have to choose between your gifts instead of combining them.
Speaking Up and Speaking Out with Todd Cherches
Today Todd joins me to share his journey. He talks about his experiences as an extreme introvert and what pushed him to speak up and speak out. He explains what visual leadership is and how it can have an impact on exchanging ideas. He talks about how storytelling can have an impact in technical and financial fields.
Mindset Mondays with David Taylor-Klaus
Today David joins me to talk about how to follow your passion healthily and happily. He talks about the dangerous myth that, if it’s hard, it’s good. He discusses the importance of seeking help and accepting it when it’s offered. He notes the crucial role his family has played in his life and elaborates on the importance of community.
Performing as You with Diana Theodores
Today Diana joins me to talk about her story. She tells me about her background in dance and the role her father played in her journey of becoming the woman she is today. She discusses the many strong parallels between theater and business, particularly leadership.
Transformative Teaching with Lisa DeAngelis
oday Lisa joins me to talk about her journey. She talks about how life is rarely a straight shot and is often full of unexpected twists. She discusses the importance of living and experiencing for yourself instead of just taking others’ words for things. She talks about the importance of learning from the experiences you do have and notes that embracing your gifts is actually a selfless act.
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A podcast like no other!
I was honored to be a guest on Tony's podcast but first I started as a listener. The thing that sets this podcast apart from others is Tony's curiosity about finding those transition moments that create great leaders. It's the journey to find those stories that makes this podcast such a different and interesting listen. I highly recommend it!