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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!

You can get more information on me at www.unconventionalleader.com.

Jul 13, 2019

“The world as we have created...it is a process of our thinking. It cannot be changed without changing our thinking.”― Albert Einstein

This week....we're getting DEEP on the show.  We're talking beyond leadership into your consciousness!  Yes....I know....pretty cool stuff.  I get to talk to Mark Gober about his new book, What if You're Not Who You Think You Are.  

I truly enjoyed this interview with Mark. It was smart, insightful and pushed me to question a lot of things that I held as true in my mind.  I think you'll find the same.  

CHEERS!

More on Mark!

Mark Gober is an author whose worldview was turned upside down in late 2016 when he was exposed to world-changing science. After researching extensively, he wrote An End to Upside Down Thinking to introduce the general public to these cutting-edge ideas – all in an effort to encourage a much-needed global shift in scientific and existential thinking. Mark is a senior member of Sherpa Technology Group, a firm that advises businesses on mergers & acquisitions and strategy. He previously worked as an investment banking analyst in New York.

Mark has been quoted for his opinions on business and technology matters inBloomberg Businessweek and elsewhere, and he has authored internationally published business articles. He has participated in several Summit Series events and has attended the annual TED Conference for the past 8 years. He graduated magna cum laude from Princeton University, where he was captain of the tennis team.

Visit Mark online at MarkGober.com
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