Episodes
You know "what got you here won’t get you there." With the near-constant rate of change in our world today, if you aren’t adapting your leadership approach, you’re likely getting left behind. Today, Craig shares three keys to staying agile in leadership.
Published 04/04/24
It’s impossible to succeed your way to self-worth. While many of us try to find fulfillment in success, today’s guest Jamie Kern Lima shows us how to find true fulfillment by growing our self-worth, not just our self-confidence.
Published 03/21/24
We all have limiting beliefs. Whether it’s “I’m not a person who works out” or “I’m not a leader,” our thoughts and beliefs can hold us back. In this episode, Steven Furtick shares how we can change our thought patterns to break those limiting beliefs.
Published 03/07/24
One factor can have the biggest impact on the trajectory of your leadership, and it’s not your genetics, appearance, or intelligence. It’s your ability to be consistent. Today, I’m sharing three keys to consistency from my new book, Think Ahead.
Published 02/20/24
If you’ve ever inherited a struggling project, team, or organization, you know how hard it can be to fix something you didn’t break. Today’s episode with Dr. Jon Chasteen will give you practical leadership tools for rebuilding what’s been broken.
Published 02/15/24
The future of your leadership will be determined by the quality of your decisions. In part two, Craig outlines the final three factors of great decision makers. If you want to strengthen your decision making, apply these factors.
Published 02/01/24
Growing leaders tend to have growing disciplines. But how do you know which disciplines to focus on? In this episode, Westfall Gold CEO Dan Clark shares the habits and disciplines that consistently help him grow as a leader.
Published 01/18/24
The quality of your decisions determines the direction of your life—if you want to grow as a leader, grow in your decision making. In part one, Craig outlines five of the eight factors of great decision makers. (Catch the exclusive bonus episode, too!)
Published 01/04/24
Many leaders fall into the trap of copying other leaders and communicators rather than learning to master their own style. In this episode, creative leader Louie Giglio shares how to identify and develop your own leadership and communication style.
Published 12/21/23
In this episode, Craig highlights five of the most powerful moments from the year and reviews the key lesson we can learn from each. Learn about daily habits, communication, leadership confidence, building culture, and so much more.
Published 12/07/23
If you want to sharpen your leadership, sharpen your thinking—learn how from author, pastor, and coach Erwin McManus. Today, he’s sharing how he broke through his own mental barriers and the most common mind shifts leaders need to make.
Published 11/16/23
To lead well, practice communicating well. Today, we'll hear from Liz Bohannon—top-20 ranked speaker by Forbes—on all things public speaking. She shares brilliant insights on preparation, emotional mapping, and how to read an audience.
Published 11/02/23
Your reaction to problems, people, and even your own limits will determine your leadership potential. In this episode, Rener Gracie shares the jiu-jitsu and leadership principles that teach us to win when we face challenges in these three areas.
Published 10/19/23
It’s increasingly difficult to know if you’re leading your team in the right direction post-2020. Today, Jennie Allen shares how she’s guiding her team forward in the next year, and how she’s leading with confidence even when taking big risks.
Published 10/05/23
Since 2020, trust is no longer the default posture in the workplace. The problem? Trust is the glue that holds your team together. Dr. Henry Cloud joins us to share the key elements of trust that will help you accomplish your mission.
Published 09/20/23
Have you lost the momentum you once had? In today’s episode, Craig shares a practical plan to revive energy and drive in your leadership and asks you the four key questions that will help you jump-start your momentum at work and at home.
Published 09/07/23
Cynt Marshall has been first plenty of times—from student council to being the first Black female CEO in the NBA. Her forty years of climbing and growing taught her that nothing matters more than loving the people you serve.
Published 08/17/23
Creating momentum is like launching a rocket. You’ll use a disproportionate amount of energy to get off the ground, but once you overcome gravity, you can maintain your momentum with minimal effort. Today, Craig shares the four factors that fuel momentum.
Published 08/03/23
Unusual times demand unusual leadership. Luckily, you aren’t a usual leader. You’re driven, passionate, and willing to be unreasonable. Today, Craig shares why we need “Strategic Unreasonableness” in leadership and gives three ways to think unreasonably.
Published 07/06/23
People may admire your strengths, but they’ll connect with your weaknesses. In today’s episode, bestselling author and speaker Albert Tate shares how authentic, vulnerable communication can be the superpower that makes you a more compelling leader.
Published 06/15/23
According to John Maxwell, communication is “the most important skill.” So if you want to grow in your leadership, grow in your communication. In this episode, John shares his best insights on communication for writers, leaders, and public speakers.
Published 06/01/23
Your leadership moves in the direction of your strongest thoughts. Unfortunately, it's easy to focus on the negatives and head in the wrong direction. Today, best-selling author Jon Gordon dives into the science of optimism and positivity in leadership.
Published 05/18/23
It’s rare that an organization lasts beyond the third generation. Why is that? In today’s episode, I explain the three generational mindsets and how you can lead your entire team to "think like an owner" no matter their age, role, or tenure.
Published 05/04/23
As a leader, you're not only leading. You're leading towards growth. In this episode, New York Times bestseller and business coach Donald Miller shares six things you need to grow your business, church, or non-profit and build an organization that lasts.
Published 04/20/23