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Nov 18, 2019

What can the everyday business owner learn from 17th century Pilgrims? According to New York Times bestselling author and leadership expert Stephen Mansfield, a lot. As we prepare to celebrate Thanksgiving, Mansfield gives us an account of the people who were compelled by a vision that changed the world. Better yet, he shares what today’s leaders can learn from their tenacity, faith and willingness to venture into the unknown.

 

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#344: Mark Miller—Stewarding Your Own Potential

Mayflower Compact

President Abraham Lincoln’s Thanksgiving Proclamation

A Thanksgiving Meditation

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Nov 11, 2019

In a world that seems to be moving faster than ever, bestselling author Ryan Holiday favors a steadier, more measured approach to things. Rather than being fueled by emotion and rushing into big decisions, he insists that there is real insight to be gained in what he calls stillness, a strategic pause to stop and evaluate every option. Tune in to hear Ryan explain why stillness is the ultimate expression of strength and how this powerful mindset can bring clarity to even the most high-stakes situation.

 

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Stillness Is the Key by Ryan Holiday

Ryan Holiday's website

The Obstacle Is the Way by Ryan Holiday

Ego Is the Enemy by Ryan Holiday

Meditations by Marcus Aurelius

Painting As a Pastime by Winston Churchill

Free tool from EntreLeadership: Decision Making Checklist

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Nov 4, 2019

Entrepreneur and Quest Nutrition co-founder Tom Bilyeu isn’t a doctor, but he has confidently diagnosed himself with a “sickness” that has only one symptom: an intense need to matter. But if you ask him, it’s a pretty good affliction to have. And considering that he helped grow Quest by 57,000% in only three years, we’d say he’s 100% right. Tune in as Tom breaks down the difference between ambition and drive and shares why pursuing your passion—not a big payday—is infinitely more rewarding in the long run.

 

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Principles by Ray Dalio

Impact Theory Comics

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Oct 28, 2019

Considering that we’re experiencing the longest economic expansion in United States history, Ramsey Solutions Chief Financial Officer Mark Floyd says the likelihood of an economic recession in the United States isn’t a question of “if,” but “when.” Before you go into full-on panic mode, tune in to hear Mark explain the most important numbers to track in your business and why operating without a budget is a terrible idea. Bottom line? The more you know about your business’ financial health, the better your chances of success—in or out of a recession.

 

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The 6 Financial Reports That Can Save Your Company

BELAY's Ultimate Guide to Virtual Bookkeeping

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Oct 21, 2019

If you’ve ever heard that voice in your head telling you you’re not smart enough or talented enough or good enough, Steven Pressfield says you’re not alone. The bestselling author contends that no one—regardless of who they are or what they do—is immune to this sort of self-sabotage that he likes to call Resistance. Tune in as Steven explains why Resistance is so destructive and details how to not only defend yourself against it, but also overcome it for good.

 

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Steven Pressfield's website

The War of Art by Steven Pressfield

Composed: A Memoir by Rosanne Cash

Masterclass with David Baldacci

The Game of Numbers by Nick Murray

Turning Pro by Steven Pressfield

Do the Work by Steven Pressfield

Episode #331: Art Williams—Accomplishing Impossible Goals

YouTube - Art Williams on How To Accomplish Impossible Goals

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Oct 14, 2019

Instead of wasting your time hoping and waiting for your next big break, Mark Miller, vice president of high-performance leadership at Chick-fil-A, has a much better idea. He suggests focusing your efforts on the things you can actually control right now, like putting in extra time, energy or creativity when it’s not necessarily expected. Tune in to hear Mark explain why becoming a steward of your own potential is the best way to be to be ready if and when a new opportunity knocks.

 

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Mark Miller’s website

Win the Heart by Mark Miller

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Oct 7, 2019

Thanks to her beloved mom Miriam, entrepreneur and bestselling author Marie Forleo grew up believing anything is possible—or as she likes to say, “figureoutable.” The problem, she says, is most of us don’t understand how powerful our beliefs are, which allows all kinds of things to get in the way of what we were born to do. Tune in to hear Marie explain the three rules of her super straightforward problem-solving process and how it can become the driving force of change in your own life.

 

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Everything Is Figureoutable by Marie Forleo

Marie Forleo on Oprah’s SuperSoul Conversations podcast

Marie Forleo’s website

Marie Forleo’s B-School

Critical Thinking Cheat Sheet

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Sep 30, 2019

If you’re currently in a leadership role—or even if you aspire to be—psychologist and leadership expert Dr. Henry Cloud says you must accept one thing: You can’t do it alone. Sure, as the leader you are ultimately responsible for the bottom line and overall success of your endeavors, but that doesn’t mean you are all your business needs. Tune in as Dr. Cloud explains what he calls the five buckets of leadership—and why your business won’t make it unless all of them are “full.”

 

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Episode #288: Dr. Henry Cloud—5 Keys to Future Success

Good to Great by Jim Collins

The 4 Disciplines of Execution by Chris McChesney, Sean Covey, and Jim Huling

Integrity by Dr. Henry Cloud

Multipliers by Liz Wiseman

Necessary Endings by Dr. Henry Cloud

Dr. Henry Cloud’s Leadership University

Family Business Session

The 6 Major Mistakes That Will Destroy Your Family Business

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Sep 23, 2019

If you’re counting on a fancy title or Ivy League pedigree to make a name for yourself at work, world-renowned marketing expert and bestselling author Seth Godin says you’re sadly mistaken. In order to become truly indispensable—what he calls a linchpin in your organization—you have to bring a unique human sensibility to what you do. And no distinction or degree in the world can do that for you. Tune in to hear Seth explain exactly what it means to be a linchpin and why becoming one is key to your future success.

 

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Linchpin by Seth Godin

Seth's podcast on Wabi-Sabi

Col. Littleton: The Great American Leather Company

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Sep 16, 2019

When it comes to climbing the corporate ladder, there’s the traditional way—you know, steady promotions over a long period of time—and then there’s the Kat Cole way. In only two years, she went from waiting tables at Hooters to opening franchises around the world for the restaurant chain. And she was just warming up. By age 31, she was leading Cinnabon out of the recession and into becoming a billion-dollar brand. Tune in as Kat, now COO and President of North America for FOCUS Brands, breaks down the four qualities every leader must optimize to perform at their best.

 

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Follow Kat Cole on Twitter

FOCUS Brands

EntreLeadership Summit 2020

Join the Intentionality Challenge

Virtual bookkeeping services by Belay

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Sep 9, 2019

This week marks the 18th anniversary of September 11, 2001, a day that forever changed our nation. And for a select few like Jason McCarthy, that tragedy ignited a call to service that completely altered the trajectory of their life. In response to 9/11, Jason enlisted in the United States Army and went on to earn a spot in the elite Green Beret unit. And it was his military service that ultimately inspired the launch of his gear company, GORUCK. Tune in to hear Jason’s story, a true testament to the power of resilience and daring to dream big dreams. But most of all, it’s about what it means to serve a cause so much bigger than yourself.

 

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GORUCK website

GORUCK rucksacks

GORUCK events

Episode #332: Why Ramsey Solutions Is Built to Last

Free download: Chapter 1 of EntreLeadership

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Sep 2, 2019

Forget winning or losing. Bestselling author and leadership expert Simon Sinek says the most important thing is to determine what kind of game you’re playing. For example, baseball is a finite game—a game with known players, fixed rules and an agreed-upon objective. Business, on the other hand, is an infinite game: The rules are changeable, there is no set finish line, and no one wins. And if that isn’t complicated enough, Simon warns that if you approach business with a finite mind-set, the consequences are disastrous. Tune in to learn the five things you need to have in order to prevent disaster and successfully navigate the infinite game of business.

 

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The Infinite Game by Simon Sinek

Simon Sinek's website

Ken Coleman's website

Write a note to Ken

The Ken Coleman Show

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Aug 26, 2019

A whopping 54% of the United States gross domestic product and 66% of all job growth in this country can be attributed to one thing: small business. So it’s only fitting that we dedicate an entire episode to answering questions from the very people that make our economy go ‘round. Tune in as Ramsey Personality Ken Coleman and Ramsey Solutions Executive Vice President Daniel Tardy join Dave to tackle everything from running a cash-based business to succession planning in a family business.

 

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EntreLeadership by Dave Ramsey

Free download: Chapter 1 of EntreLeadership

Explore the Ramsey Podcast Network

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Aug 19, 2019

The road to success for Olympic athlete and American half-marathon record holder Ryan Hall has been paved with countless miles—and way more failures than successes. But surprisingly, he wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, Ryan says every challenge and disappointment was pivotal in his journey to become one of the greatest long-distance runners in the world. Tune in as Ryan shares how he has applied the lessons learned on the track to leadership, life, and his spiritual walk with God.

 

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Run the Mile You're In by Ryan Hall

Ryan Hall's website

The Passion Paradox by Brad Stulberg and Steve Magness

Episode #288: Dr. Henry Cloud—5 Keys to Future Success

10 Days to Get Back on Track

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Aug 12, 2019

There’s a lot of talk these days about the importance of self-awareness—and for good reason—but bestselling author and Enneagram master teacher Ian Morgan Cron says nearly 90% of us aren’t self-aware at all. Not to mention, many of us are lacking the self-knowledge necessary to build that awareness in the first place. Tune in as Ian makes the case for getting to know yourself so that you can become aligned with what matters most to you. The result? A life lived with both passion and purpose—and fewer costly mistakes along the way, too. We’re also joined by Daniel Tardy (Ramsey Solutions’ Executive Vice President of Business and Leadership) and Jen Sievertsen (Ramsey Solutions’ Chief Marketing Officer) with an insightful look at the ultimate leadership position: parent.

 

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The Road Back to You by Ian Morgan Cron

Ian Morgan Cron's website

Typology podcast

Enneagram Assessment iEQ9

Free training: Escape Survival Mode

Tips for Creating a Work/Life Balance from Belay

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Aug 5, 2019

Chick-fil-A’s specialty may be chicken, but former Chief Marketing Officer David Salyers says the focus of the restaurant chain has never been the number of sandwiches sold. Instead, he likes to call Chick-fil-A a be-rich business, a venture all about enriching the lives of those you serve. Tune in as David explains the difference between running be-rich and get-rich businesses—and why one is much better for your bottom line than the other.

 

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David Salyers' website

Good to Great by Jim Collins

Leadership Growth Assessment

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Jul 29, 2019

While most think of CrossFit as a means to a really challenging total-body workout, it represents so much more to CrossFit Games champions Jason Khalipa and Rich Froning. In fact, they credit much of their success outside of the gym to the lessons learned in pursuit of their extreme fitness goals. Tune in as Jason and Rich share what CrossFit has taught each of them—and how those invaluable insights have set them up to win in the business world. Spoiler alert: You’ll have a hard time not getting inspired by this one.

 

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First: What It Takes to Win by Rich Froning

Rich Froning's website

As Many Reps as Possible by Jason Khalipa

Jason Khalipa's website

10 Lessons CrossFit's Rich Froning Jr. Wants to Teach His Kids

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Jul 22, 2019

Most entrepreneurs would readily agree that the path to success isn’t easy or predictable—and it’s certainly not without its share of failures. And while Dave Ramsey’s story is no exception, it’s proof that perseverance and hard work pay off. What began nearly 30 years ago on a card table in his living room has now grown into a $200 million business with more than 850 team members. Join us for a candid conversation with Dave on what it takes to start and scale a business, what he’s learned along the way, and how he’s planning for the future of Ramsey Solutions.

 

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EntreLeadership by Dave Ramsey

Turning the Flywheel by Jim Collins

Good to Great by Jim Collins

Built to Last by Jim Collins

Great by Choice by Jim Collins

How the Mighty Fall by Jim Collins

The Ideal Team Player by Patrick Lencioni

Episode #288: Dr. Henry Cloud—5 Keys to Future Success

Free Download: Chapter 1 of EntreLeadership

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Jul 15, 2019

If you’ve ever dared to dream an impossible dream, A.L. Williams & Associates founder Art Williams says you’re one step closer to achieving greatness. Straight from our EntreLeadership Summit 2019 stage, the high-school football coach turned self-made billionaire shares his personal success story that defies every odd out there. Art also offers his valuable insight on the three things all people everywhere want. You’ll laugh, you’ll probably cry (we did!), and if this one doesn’t fire you up, check your pulse.

 

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Art Williams' website

Find out more about EntreLeadership Summit 2020

Free download: How to Create Core Values

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Jul 8, 2019

Doug Hirsch, Co-Founder and Co-CEO of GoodRx, isn’t afraid to tackle really complex problems, but he’s the first to admit that he doesn’t have all the answers. His solution? Focusing on what he’s good at and then surrounding himself with really smart people who can handle the rest. It’s that kind of strategic thinking that has made GoodRx a runaway success, helping people save over $9 billion in prescription drug expenses since its launch in 2011. Tune in as Doug shares his motivation for bringing transparency to healthcare pricing, the lessons he’s learned along the way, and his advice for entrepreneurs everywhere.

 

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GoodRx website

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Jul 1, 2019

While it may not always be the easiest or quickest route, collaborating with your team members to solve problems is always a good idea. In fact, best-selling author and former Hewlett-Packard CEO Carly Fiorina says doing so just may be the key to advancing your own career. Tune in as Carly explains how to go about creating a culture of collaboration in your own organization, as well as why it is so vital to your success. We’re also bringing you a power-packed Women in Leadership panel from our recent EntreLeadership Summit. Join us to hear three Ramsey Solutions’ female leaders tackle questions direct from the audience with practical wisdom and advice.

 

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Buy the book: Find Your Way

Carly Fiorina's website

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How to Lead When You're Not In Charge

Podcast episode #325: Bryan and Shannon Miles—Delegating Results

Free download from Belay Resources: You're Delegating, But They're Not Listening

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Jun 24, 2019

Regardless of who you are, where you come from, or what kind of work you do, we all have one thing in common: the need to be appreciated. And if you ask Ramsey Solutions’ own Chris Hogan, celebrating your team members’ hard work and memorable milestones is more than worth your time—and money. In fact, Chris considers this sort of recognition a crucial part of any employee retention plan. Tune in to hear him explain why it’s so powerful and how to do it right. Also joining the conversation is EntreLeadership Senior Vice President Sarah Sloyan to share her favorite ways to celebrate team members, as well as her thoughts on building trust.

 

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The 5 Love Languages by Gary Chapman

The Speed of Trust by Stephen M.R. Covey

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Jun 17, 2019

Have you ever wondered if you are addicted to Instagram? How about Facebook? Take a second and think about how many times you mindlessly look at your phone in one day. Although best-selling author Cal Newport says more and more of us are questioning our relationship with personal technology, we’re fighting an uphill battle as tech companies are spending billions of dollars to monopolize our attention. Tune in as Cal breaks down ways to reclaim a more focused and meaningful life in an increasingly noisy world. Trust us—your brain will thank you.

 

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Buy the book: Digital Minimalism

Get Digital Minimalism with a free trial of Audible

Cal Newport's website

Episode #182: Cal Newport—Focused Success in a Distracted World

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Jun 10, 2019

Sure, conflict at work may feel uncomfortable at times, but best-selling author and leadership expert Patrick Lencioni says it’s absolutely vital to the health of your organization. Tune in to hear Pat explain why the right kind of conflict (i.e. not mean spirited) builds trust, improves relationships, boosts productivity, and more. Also joining us are members of the Ramsey Solutions operating board, answering questions on a wide range of topics from attendees at this year’s EntreLeadership Summit.

 

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Best-selling business books by Patrick Lencioni

Patrick Lencioni’s website

Download: 5 Habits that Kill Team Unity

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Jun 3, 2019

Bryan and Shannon Miles, Co-CEOs of BELAY, know a thing or two about maximizing productivity. In fact, they’ve built an entire business around it by helping overworked business owners find amazing virtual assistants, bookkeepers and web specialists. On this episode, Bryan and Shannon explain how getting out of the way and delegating results, not tasks, has helped them become more efficient than ever. Also joining us is StoryBrand Founder Donald Miller, who has a lot to say about building a business from the ground up and dealing with naysayers.


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Links mentioned in this episode:

BELAY website

Video recording tool: Loom

Download a free chapter from Virtual Culture

StoryBrand website

A Million Miles in a Thousand Years

Building a StoryBrand

The Presidential Task Force for Fatherhood and Healthy Families

 

Related episodes:

#305: Dave Ramsey—You’re Doing Delegation Wrong

#247: Bryan and Shannon Miles—Virtual Culture

 

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