Episodes
New York Times bestselling author and record-setting TED talk speaker, Susan Cain, talks about her love of C.S. Lewis, a longing for home everyone feels, what's wrong with a world set up to reward extroverts, and the beauty of melancholy and how it can enrich your life and leadership. Check out the Bittersweet Spotify playlist!
Published 05/24/22
Former Business Made Simple COO, Tim Schurrer, outlines what he learned working with Donald Miller, with TOMs shoes and initially with Apple retail. He discusses pivotal decisions, how abundance mentality wins out and why burning the ships is the right thing to do in leadership.   Discover how to enjoy your work (and life) again when you order Tim’s new book, The Secret Society of Success: https://amzn.to/3O8fWgO   You can even get the first two chapters for free at SecretSocietyFree.com
Published 05/17/22
Dr. John Delony talks about the impact of current culture on people including why married people have stopped having sex, the impact of isolation, theological malpractice, and why so many young leaders are angry.
Published 05/12/22
Bestselling author and North Point Church founder Andy Stanley weighs in on the new metrics of ministry for the future church, and talks about how politics, partisanship, ideology and the drive toward theocracy are damaging the church (and what to do about it).
Published 05/10/22
Glenn Packiam talks about how pastors are facing stacked expectations at a higher level than ever before, why so many struggle with false intimacy and how leaders misuse power to the detriment of others and themselves.
Published 05/03/22
New Story co-founder and CEO, Brett Hagler, unpacks rapid growth over the last year, the method he used to craft a ten-year vision when the world was still unstable, how focus sets you free, and the habits he's adapted as a young leader that have helped make him successful including dichotomous learning.
Published 04/28/22
Dave Adamson, who led social and online ministry for several megachurches including North Point, talks about why some churches should stop live streaming their services, the reasons church attendance might be decentralizing rather than decreasing, and how radical self-care has become part of his daily commitment to help him lead through intense times.
Published 04/26/22
New York Times bestselling author, Shauna Niequist, talks about how she navigated massive change in her life, from leaving the church and community she grew up in, reconstructing her faith, and on how she broke free from family systems and church culture with her family's blessing.
Published 04/19/22
Podcaster and bestselling author, Scott Miller, talks about what he's learned from top leaders he's interviewed and worked with, abundance thinking, his crash course in self-awareness as he progressed in leadership, working with Stephen R. Covey, and how and why FranklinCovey grew even after its founder died.
Published 04/14/22
Dave Ramsey shares exactly what he'd say to a board of elders that’s hesitant to spend money on ministry, what's wrong with “broke thinking” in the church, how “hillbilly radio” became the massive Ramsey organization it is today, and why millionaires think and act differently than most of the population.
Published 04/12/22
Four Thousand Weeks author, Oliver Burkeman, talks about what's wrong with traditional time management strategies, how being a productivity geek had a counterproductive result in his life, why knowing you have 4,000 weeks to live can bring hope and peace, why most of us won't make a dent in the universe (and that's okay) and how philosophy (and theology) can give you a better approach to time.
Published 04/05/22
Ann Voskamp shares how she went from a blogger who averaged 800 page views a day to a four-time New York Times bestselling author. She breaks down her approach to writing that connects with people, and asks whether women have to be vulnerable to be heard. She and Carey also discuss the pitfalls and hidden costs of fame.
Published 03/29/22
Fresh Life Church founder and bestselling author, Levi Lusko, talks about the first panic attack he had, what it taught him about himself and leadership, getting out of leading on adrenaline, establishing a new pace and his new book, Last Supper on the Moon.
Published 03/24/22
Harvard University Professor, TED Talk alumnus and author, Francesca Gino, talks about defusing polarization on your team, the psychology behind the division on the Canadian Truckers movement, why people who disagree with you aren't stupid, control in leadership, and the skills you need on your team to create breakthroughs in leadership.
Published 03/22/22
Randall S. Garcia is a 33-year-old Millennial who led a multi-million dollar insurance agency at age 25. He's also a podcaster, bi-vocational pastor and has studied under some top leadership coaches. He's also a student at The Art of Leadership Academy. Carey and Randall discuss Randall's journey as a young leader, how he grew so quickly, and they take on you on a behind-the-scenes tour of the why and what of the new Art of Leadership Academy.
Published 03/17/22
Becoming Minimalist's, Joshua Becker, talks about how he embarked on his journey to minimalism, the surprising impact of decluttering your life, and how a simpler life can lead to a greater sense of realized purpose in your life.
Published 03/15/22
Ian Morgan Cron returns to the podcast and offers advice to leaders on how to lead in a season where there have been no wins, overcoming the fear many leaders have of truly getting healthy (will they lose the power that made them successful?) and how to write a new story and overcome your old, broken story from your childhood.
Published 03/10/22
Former lawyer and New York Times bestselling author, Bob Goff, returns for a conversation about why he keeps notes, accumulating 1.8 million words of observation and insights and the value that serves, enabling justice in a hostile world, overcoming personal insecurity he felt as a child, and why he continues to be 'unreasonably' available to the 1 million+ people who have his phone number.
Published 03/08/22
Philip Yancey grew up in a church culture he describes as white, racist, paranoid fundamentalism. After deconstructing his faith in his late teens, Philip describes how he came back to faith, or found authentic Christianity, and why he loves talking to exvangelicalism. He also talks about how writing has changed, and how to write about your family pain while your family is still living.
Published 03/01/22
The Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast is a podcast all about leadership, change and personal growth. The goal? To help you lead like never before—in your church or in your business.
Published 02/24/22
NYT bestselling author, Jennie Allen, opens up about the struggle she's had with friendships over the years, what to do when you naturally resist community, and explains how to find people you can trust and do life with.
Published 02/22/22
Clay Scroggins, bestselling author and speaker, explains why he stepped away from leading a church full-time, how to tackle the rapid change that every leader is facing, what he's learning about being his own boss, and how vulnerability is critical to great leadership.
Published 02/15/22
New York Times bestselling author and podcaster, Dave Hollis, opens up about his time at Disney as President of Sales and why Disney has become so successful. He also talks about the end of his marriage to Rachel Hollis, the pain of a public divorce, dealing with crisis, and finding resilience through crisis.
Published 02/10/22
Rhodes Scholar Michael Bungay Stanier's, The Coaching Habit, has sold over 1 million copies and has been called the best coaching book of the century. In this wide-ranging interview, Michael talks about how to tame your advice monster, how questions will empower and engage your team, which questions to ask, and we explore his new book, How to Begin, which is about turning intention into action.
Published 02/08/22