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I love leadership, laughs (and yes) libations.  I also love learning.  Although I've been in leadership roles for over 30 years, I love talking to leaders that are in the trenches and learning what works, what doesn't and what I can do differently.

This podcast is for everyone out there that is working to lead better, get more done and leave a legacy.  Leading others is a deliberative act and we can always get better.

Pop yourself open a cold one, sit back and enjoy!

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Mar 27, 2020

"Two things are infinite: the universe and human stupidity; and I'm not sure about the universe."           - Albert Einstein

We are living in some crazy times, aren't we?  There is so much information out there but there are still so many questions about what the future may hold.

On this episode, I had the pleasure of...

Mar 25, 2020

"Let food be thy medicine and medicine be thy food." – Hippocrates

I love to eat!  What can I say?  Most days, I wake up thinking about what I'm going to eat the rest of the day and (quite possibly) tomorrow!  And, right now (on lock down), food is on my mind even more!

I'm really excited to share the interview with...

Mar 23, 2020

“The measure of intelligence is the ability to change.” ― Albert Einstein

Right now, it's easy to get caught up in the cycle of worry with all that is going on in the world.  If you're like me, your whole world has been turned upside down and you're trying to figure out what is coming up next.  Instead of worry,...

Mar 22, 2020

"Desperate times call for disparate measures." - Chip Lutz

Yes, I quoted myself....but I don't, who will?  We are living in very different times.  Two weeks ago life was semi-normal and now most of us feel like we're diagonally parked in a parallel universe!

It's fine to be worried but the only remedy when things...

Mar 9, 2020

“Leadership is service, not position.”  -Tim Fargo

I used to have a boss that would warn me about the world and that, in order to succeed, you sometimes had to be cut-throat.  That kind of thought process was beyond me and I never thought his advice to be very good (about that and many other things).

On this...