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Note: Please join me in my NEW PODCAST entitled Shut Up And Show Up: Forging Elite Teams.The Chaos Cast: Leadership Lessons From Chaos. Entrepreneur and former Navy SEAL, Jeff Boss, deconstructs the experiences and lessons learned from chaos and extreme circumstances to highlight the mindsets, habits, tools, and beliefs for you to help grow yourself, your team, your startup or business.

Latest Episodes

#99 2017 Review and a BIG announcement for you

EWelcome to episode #99! Today is a solo episode with yours truly and in it, I'll share with you some of my favorite interviews from the year as well as an acronym to take with you as a result of the leadership lessons and insights gleaned from the 99 episodes. Plus, I make a PRETTY BIG announcement that you don't want to miss as well as a special bonus for you as a token of my appreciation for listening.

35 MIN2017 DEC 28
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#99 2017 Review and a BIG announcement for you

#98 Vinh Giang, Speaker, Entrepreneur And Magician On Why AdversityIs Your Greatest Competitive Advantage

Vinh Giang is a keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and magician. He decided to start an online business with two good friends so they all left their careers in accounting and pharmacy to pursue their dream of building a successful online platform, the Encyclopedia of Magic, which now teaches magic to almost 50,000 students around the world. For this innovative and successful business idea, Vinh and his friends were awarded Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013. Today's interview is one of my favorites. Vinh is very humble and very open about his career path and the lessons he's learned along the way. You'll definitely enjoy today's episode. Show Notes His Video production company called luminary Why adversity is your greatest competitive advantage 3:15 The source of Vinh's inspiration 6:11 If you want a better relationship, have a better conversation 9:19 Why (and how) Vinh chronicles his life stories 11:16 Vinh shares his accidental path into a successful public speaking career and ho...

44 MIN2017 DEC 19
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#98 Vinh Giang, Speaker, Entrepreneur And Magician On Why AdversityIs Your Greatest Competitive Advantage

#97 David Bergeron, President and Managing Director on How Experiences Lead To Belief Which Leads To Value

David Bergeron is Managing Director of T3 Advisors which is the only one real estate firm in the country completely dedicated to one client: the entrepreneur. He's also President of T3 West and today, he sheds a wealth of insight into not so much commercial real estate but the lessons in workplace culture, leadership, and teamwork that have allowed T3 Advisors to become one of the most reputable and corporate real estate companies in Silicon Valley. Show Notes Why experiences lead to belief which lead to value 1:15 The fear (and value) of narrowing your niche 2:59 Leadership lessons from starting one of the most reputable and corporate real estate companies in Silicon Valley 5:38 Do people really do business with others whom they "like, know, and trust?" Find out at 8:00 How tech companies deal with rapid growth 10:30 How T3 creates a culture of teamwork 13:49 What holds leaders back from incentivizing their people as teams rather than individuals 16:25 David's answer to the questio...

30 MIN2017 DEC 15
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#97 David Bergeron, President and Managing Director on How Experiences Lead To Belief Which Leads To Value

#96 Interview with CEO and Author Craig Ross of Verus Global on How Your Team Can Do Big Things

Today's interview is with Craig Ross, CEO of Verus Global, a coaching and consulting firm thatdesigns and delivers lasting solutions that transform leaders and teams so they can have an immediate and meaningful impactat work and where it matters most, as well as author of the newly published book,Do Big Things:The Simple Steps Teams Can Take to Mobilize Hearts and Minds, and Make an Epic Impact . If you work in or with a team, this episode is for you! (And I'm going to apologize ahead of time for the audio from my side) Specifically, Craig shares: Why doing big things requires a shift away from "transactions" 2:00 3 Questions every new manager or leader of a team should be able to answer 3:43 The beginning process Craig uses to help teams set the conditions to do big things 5:55 The "purpose disconnect" 7:49 Why candor is the answer 16:29 The 3 types of teams that approach Verus Global 18:17 Matrixed teams 22:02 Next steps 26:00 Heroes 27:00 Tweetables "There are conditions--there's...

28 MIN2017 DEC 8
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#96 Interview with CEO and Author Craig Ross of Verus Global on How Your Team Can Do Big Things

#95 Rob Jones Is Running 31 Marathons in 31 Days--as a Double Amputee

Rob Jones is on a journey. He won a bronze medal in the Paralympics, rode a bicycle 5,200 miles across America to raise money for wounded veterans, and now he's running 31 marathons in 31 days…AND…he's running as a double above the knee amputee. Show Notes Rob shares the backstory on what inspired him to run 31 marathons in 31 days 1:24 Trying out for the Paralympics 4:11 Rob shares a life philosophy 5:48 Hear Rob's day-to-day 6:54 Charities Rob's raising money for 10:57 Lessons Rob has learned so far from all his endeavors 12:00 Common questions Rob gets asked 13:23 Rob talks about what challenges him today 16:15 Links http://www.robjonesjourney.com/

21 MIN2017 DEC 6
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#95 Rob Jones Is Running 31 Marathons in 31 Days--as a Double Amputee

#94 Interview with Tim Paul on Millenial Leadership

Tim is an active duty Naval Surface Warfare Officer dedicated to sharing his distinct military leadership experience while also sharing the stories of today's greatest business, military, and sports leaders. He's the host of the Leadership Strike Group podcast where he talks with Generation Y leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs across a wide array of today’s leading industries like tech, energy, healthcare, finance, retail, and military, to chronicle their stories and uncover their tactics of influence that are critical for getting ahead and generating unrivaled team success. In today's show: Tim describes the "thank you" economy 2:50 Resilience. Pure and simple. 5:19 Why negative emotions aren't yours 7:40 The Leadership Strike Group 13:00 3 legacy lessons Tim wants to share 16:40 Tim shares how he learned to govern his choices 19:20 Visualizing success 24:32 Current day challenges 29:55 Tim shares the best career advice he's ever received 38:57 Heroes 40:58 Mentions Leadership...

44 MIN2017 NOV 29
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#94 Interview with Tim Paul on Millenial Leadership

#93 America's #1 Opportunity Coach and former 9 Year NFL Wide Receiver, Speaker and Author JJ Birden on Finding Opportunity Where Others See Chaos v2

JJ Birden is America's #1 Opportunity Trainer who is also a 9-year former NFL wide receiver not to mentionauthor ofWhen Opportunity Knocks which you can learn more about at www.jjbirden.com. He's also a tremendous speaker who shares an inspiring and motivational message which we'll get into more in this episode. Show Notes JJ shares his real professional aspirations (which were not to play in the NFL) 4:33 JJ shares his outlook on finding opportunity where others see chaos 6:43 How JJ empowers others to share a similar mentality 7:43 Common challenges JJ sees that holds people back from achieving the results they want 9:45 If you want to hear about [good] chaos, this is it (JJ talks about his family of 10) 12:54 When Opportunity Knocks 16:07 JJ talks about the writing process 18:43 How JJ identifies opportunities as opportunistic in the moment 22:04 "Doing the work" to become a "high performer" 27:27 What challenges JJ now? Find out at 31:29 "Sometimes you need to borrow other peopl...

38 MIN2017 NOV 22
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#93 America's #1 Opportunity Coach and former 9 Year NFL Wide Receiver, Speaker and Author JJ Birden on Finding Opportunity Where Others See Chaos v2

#92 How to build a loyalist team

Today's episode is a two-person interview with founders and authors, Linda Adams and Audrey Epstein of The Trispective Group. Their recent book The Loyalist Team is a great book that you can use to diagnose the type of team you're on and why doing so is imperative to better business performance. Show Notes Audrey and Linda talk about their team-based business model 2:33 Where to begin when people focus only on themselves 5:30 Incentives, performance and why you must incentivize the team not just individuals 6:15 The 'why' for The Loyalist Team 7:07 Hear about The Trispective Group and how they approach teams 8:05 Common team challenges 8:50 Why your high school sports team shouldn't be the last "great team" you were a part of 13:45 Why high performing teams isn't relegated to just the military 15:30 Listen to what Linda and Audrey would recommend to a newly promoted manager responsible for a new team 17:46 The obstruction of ego 20:25 Hear about the 4 types of teams 25:16 How to dia...

35 MIN2017 NOV 14
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#92 How to build a loyalist team

#91 Interview with Marcus Capone, Former Navy SEAL and star of History Channel's The Selection

EMarcus Capone is founder and CEO of The Vindex Group, an integrated physical and cyber security firm that provides close protection, social media Intelligence and Investigations, and mission support to clients to stay ahead of the cyber- and physical-threat curves. He's also one of the stars of the History Channel's The Selection, a former 13-year Navy SEAL, and one of my best friends. Today, Marcus and I talk about the importance of having a coach, BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training), Transition, Entrepreneurship, Cybersecurity and how to protect yourself. Show Notes Marcus's favorite BUD/S story 1:45 Marcu's journey from BUD/S 3:42 What you see as a BUD/S instructor that you don't as a studen 9:42 The business world disappointment 16:20 History Channe's 'The Selection' 20:06 Why you should pray for a hard life 29:52 Why Marcus started The Vindex Group 40:00 Next steps for Marcus 52:10 Why it's okay not to have heroes 53:37 Links https://thevindexgroup.com/

56 MIN2017 NOV 10
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#91 Interview with Marcus Capone, Former Navy SEAL and star of History Channel's The Selection

#90 Colonel (Ret) Dave Grossman on Violence And The Sheepdog Mindset

Grossman a leading authority on aggression, close combat, and the psychology of violence. He literally wrote the book on killingas well as on combat and 10 other books. He’s lectured at West Point and has conducted training for every federal law enforcement agency, every branch of the military, and for police officers in all 50 states. Col. Grossman is a former army ranger, holds a black belt in hojutsu, has five patents, and is on the road almost 300 days a year delivering training and leading seminars for the military, law enforcement, mental health providers and school safety organizations. Since his retirement from the US Army in 1998, he has been on the road almost 300 days a year, for over 19 years, as one of our nation’s leading trainers for military, law enforcement, mental health providers, and school safety organizations. Today we talk about many things but most of it centers around mindset. Grossman talks about the sheepdog and what drives the sheepdog, how the sheepdog...

55 MIN2017 NOV 10
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#90 Colonel (Ret) Dave Grossman on Violence And The Sheepdog Mindset

Latest Episodes

#99 2017 Review and a BIG announcement for you

EWelcome to episode #99! Today is a solo episode with yours truly and in it, I'll share with you some of my favorite interviews from the year as well as an acronym to take with you as a result of the leadership lessons and insights gleaned from the 99 episodes. Plus, I make a PRETTY BIG announcement that you don't want to miss as well as a special bonus for you as a token of my appreciation for listening.

35 MIN2017 DEC 28
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#99 2017 Review and a BIG announcement for you

#98 Vinh Giang, Speaker, Entrepreneur And Magician On Why AdversityIs Your Greatest Competitive Advantage

Vinh Giang is a keynote speaker, entrepreneur, and magician. He decided to start an online business with two good friends so they all left their careers in accounting and pharmacy to pursue their dream of building a successful online platform, the Encyclopedia of Magic, which now teaches magic to almost 50,000 students around the world. For this innovative and successful business idea, Vinh and his friends were awarded Young Entrepreneur of the Year in 2013. Today's interview is one of my favorites. Vinh is very humble and very open about his career path and the lessons he's learned along the way. You'll definitely enjoy today's episode. Show Notes His Video production company called luminary Why adversity is your greatest competitive advantage 3:15 The source of Vinh's inspiration 6:11 If you want a better relationship, have a better conversation 9:19 Why (and how) Vinh chronicles his life stories 11:16 Vinh shares his accidental path into a successful public speaking career and ho...

44 MIN2017 DEC 19
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#98 Vinh Giang, Speaker, Entrepreneur And Magician On Why AdversityIs Your Greatest Competitive Advantage

#97 David Bergeron, President and Managing Director on How Experiences Lead To Belief Which Leads To Value

David Bergeron is Managing Director of T3 Advisors which is the only one real estate firm in the country completely dedicated to one client: the entrepreneur. He's also President of T3 West and today, he sheds a wealth of insight into not so much commercial real estate but the lessons in workplace culture, leadership, and teamwork that have allowed T3 Advisors to become one of the most reputable and corporate real estate companies in Silicon Valley. Show Notes Why experiences lead to belief which lead to value 1:15 The fear (and value) of narrowing your niche 2:59 Leadership lessons from starting one of the most reputable and corporate real estate companies in Silicon Valley 5:38 Do people really do business with others whom they "like, know, and trust?" Find out at 8:00 How tech companies deal with rapid growth 10:30 How T3 creates a culture of teamwork 13:49 What holds leaders back from incentivizing their people as teams rather than individuals 16:25 David's answer to the questio...

30 MIN2017 DEC 15
Comments
#97 David Bergeron, President and Managing Director on How Experiences Lead To Belief Which Leads To Value

#96 Interview with CEO and Author Craig Ross of Verus Global on How Your Team Can Do Big Things

Today's interview is with Craig Ross, CEO of Verus Global, a coaching and consulting firm thatdesigns and delivers lasting solutions that transform leaders and teams so they can have an immediate and meaningful impactat work and where it matters most, as well as author of the newly published book,Do Big Things:The Simple Steps Teams Can Take to Mobilize Hearts and Minds, and Make an Epic Impact . If you work in or with a team, this episode is for you! (And I'm going to apologize ahead of time for the audio from my side) Specifically, Craig shares: Why doing big things requires a shift away from "transactions" 2:00 3 Questions every new manager or leader of a team should be able to answer 3:43 The beginning process Craig uses to help teams set the conditions to do big things 5:55 The "purpose disconnect" 7:49 Why candor is the answer 16:29 The 3 types of teams that approach Verus Global 18:17 Matrixed teams 22:02 Next steps 26:00 Heroes 27:00 Tweetables "There are conditions--there's...

28 MIN2017 DEC 8
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#96 Interview with CEO and Author Craig Ross of Verus Global on How Your Team Can Do Big Things

#95 Rob Jones Is Running 31 Marathons in 31 Days--as a Double Amputee

Rob Jones is on a journey. He won a bronze medal in the Paralympics, rode a bicycle 5,200 miles across America to raise money for wounded veterans, and now he's running 31 marathons in 31 days…AND…he's running as a double above the knee amputee. Show Notes Rob shares the backstory on what inspired him to run 31 marathons in 31 days 1:24 Trying out for the Paralympics 4:11 Rob shares a life philosophy 5:48 Hear Rob's day-to-day 6:54 Charities Rob's raising money for 10:57 Lessons Rob has learned so far from all his endeavors 12:00 Common questions Rob gets asked 13:23 Rob talks about what challenges him today 16:15 Links http://www.robjonesjourney.com/

21 MIN2017 DEC 6
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#95 Rob Jones Is Running 31 Marathons in 31 Days--as a Double Amputee

#94 Interview with Tim Paul on Millenial Leadership

Tim is an active duty Naval Surface Warfare Officer dedicated to sharing his distinct military leadership experience while also sharing the stories of today's greatest business, military, and sports leaders. He's the host of the Leadership Strike Group podcast where he talks with Generation Y leaders, innovators, and entrepreneurs across a wide array of today’s leading industries like tech, energy, healthcare, finance, retail, and military, to chronicle their stories and uncover their tactics of influence that are critical for getting ahead and generating unrivaled team success. In today's show: Tim describes the "thank you" economy 2:50 Resilience. Pure and simple. 5:19 Why negative emotions aren't yours 7:40 The Leadership Strike Group 13:00 3 legacy lessons Tim wants to share 16:40 Tim shares how he learned to govern his choices 19:20 Visualizing success 24:32 Current day challenges 29:55 Tim shares the best career advice he's ever received 38:57 Heroes 40:58 Mentions Leadership...

44 MIN2017 NOV 29
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#94 Interview with Tim Paul on Millenial Leadership

#93 America's #1 Opportunity Coach and former 9 Year NFL Wide Receiver, Speaker and Author JJ Birden on Finding Opportunity Where Others See Chaos v2

JJ Birden is America's #1 Opportunity Trainer who is also a 9-year former NFL wide receiver not to mentionauthor ofWhen Opportunity Knocks which you can learn more about at www.jjbirden.com. He's also a tremendous speaker who shares an inspiring and motivational message which we'll get into more in this episode. Show Notes JJ shares his real professional aspirations (which were not to play in the NFL) 4:33 JJ shares his outlook on finding opportunity where others see chaos 6:43 How JJ empowers others to share a similar mentality 7:43 Common challenges JJ sees that holds people back from achieving the results they want 9:45 If you want to hear about [good] chaos, this is it (JJ talks about his family of 10) 12:54 When Opportunity Knocks 16:07 JJ talks about the writing process 18:43 How JJ identifies opportunities as opportunistic in the moment 22:04 "Doing the work" to become a "high performer" 27:27 What challenges JJ now? Find out at 31:29 "Sometimes you need to borrow other peopl...

38 MIN2017 NOV 22
Comments
#93 America's #1 Opportunity Coach and former 9 Year NFL Wide Receiver, Speaker and Author JJ Birden on Finding Opportunity Where Others See Chaos v2

#92 How to build a loyalist team

Today's episode is a two-person interview with founders and authors, Linda Adams and Audrey Epstein of The Trispective Group. Their recent book The Loyalist Team is a great book that you can use to diagnose the type of team you're on and why doing so is imperative to better business performance. Show Notes Audrey and Linda talk about their team-based business model 2:33 Where to begin when people focus only on themselves 5:30 Incentives, performance and why you must incentivize the team not just individuals 6:15 The 'why' for The Loyalist Team 7:07 Hear about The Trispective Group and how they approach teams 8:05 Common team challenges 8:50 Why your high school sports team shouldn't be the last "great team" you were a part of 13:45 Why high performing teams isn't relegated to just the military 15:30 Listen to what Linda and Audrey would recommend to a newly promoted manager responsible for a new team 17:46 The obstruction of ego 20:25 Hear about the 4 types of teams 25:16 How to dia...

35 MIN2017 NOV 14
Comments
#92 How to build a loyalist team

#91 Interview with Marcus Capone, Former Navy SEAL and star of History Channel's The Selection

EMarcus Capone is founder and CEO of The Vindex Group, an integrated physical and cyber security firm that provides close protection, social media Intelligence and Investigations, and mission support to clients to stay ahead of the cyber- and physical-threat curves. He's also one of the stars of the History Channel's The Selection, a former 13-year Navy SEAL, and one of my best friends. Today, Marcus and I talk about the importance of having a coach, BUD/S (Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL Training), Transition, Entrepreneurship, Cybersecurity and how to protect yourself. Show Notes Marcus's favorite BUD/S story 1:45 Marcu's journey from BUD/S 3:42 What you see as a BUD/S instructor that you don't as a studen 9:42 The business world disappointment 16:20 History Channe's 'The Selection' 20:06 Why you should pray for a hard life 29:52 Why Marcus started The Vindex Group 40:00 Next steps for Marcus 52:10 Why it's okay not to have heroes 53:37 Links https://thevindexgroup.com/

56 MIN2017 NOV 10
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#91 Interview with Marcus Capone, Former Navy SEAL and star of History Channel's The Selection

#90 Colonel (Ret) Dave Grossman on Violence And The Sheepdog Mindset

Grossman a leading authority on aggression, close combat, and the psychology of violence. He literally wrote the book on killingas well as on combat and 10 other books. He’s lectured at West Point and has conducted training for every federal law enforcement agency, every branch of the military, and for police officers in all 50 states. Col. Grossman is a former army ranger, holds a black belt in hojutsu, has five patents, and is on the road almost 300 days a year delivering training and leading seminars for the military, law enforcement, mental health providers and school safety organizations. Since his retirement from the US Army in 1998, he has been on the road almost 300 days a year, for over 19 years, as one of our nation’s leading trainers for military, law enforcement, mental health providers, and school safety organizations. Today we talk about many things but most of it centers around mindset. Grossman talks about the sheepdog and what drives the sheepdog, how the sheepdog...

55 MIN2017 NOV 10
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#90 Colonel (Ret) Dave Grossman on Violence And The Sheepdog Mindset