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Welcome to the Encouragers United Podcast! Your source for simple yet profound inspiration from Coach Charlie Grimes, former university level athlete, coach, administrator and self-proclaimed encourager. Listen in to Coach Grimes' interviews for energetic, positive and enthusiastic passion to live life as an encourager! Enneagram 7's, DiSC Influencers, ENFP's and anyone working or interacting with us will be enriched to hear our stories!

Latest Episodes

"I can't do this without you, God" with Tom Gerencer

Tom Gerencer is the author of the soon-to-be-published book, "I Can't Do it Without You, God," about the power of prayer to transform our lives. He has a rags-to-faith-to-riches story about a failed marriage and career, turning to God, learning to pray, and then watching God work miracles in his family life, career, and emotional well-being. Tom has learned key steps to building a strong relationship with God, including praying with humility, learning how to believe (yes, it takes effort), meditating [and knowing how to use it] and changing what we ask for. Tom also shares how small acts of charity can change our lives, and shows how even those with little money can help others and themselves through reaching out in small ways. He also explains the science-backed power of biblical fasting, and tips for raising kids in an atheist world. Tom is an ASJA journalist, content writer, editor, and teacher who writes about science, tech, health, business, and the outdoors. He's a regular contributor to HP Tech Takes, Boys' Life, and Scouting, with articles in The Boston Globe Magazine, Fast Company, Outdoor Life, Costco Connection, and many more. Tom’s book, “How It’s Made” for the Discovery Channel will be out by Christmas 2020, and his marketing book, “Think Like Google” is now available on Amazon. Tom has written over 1,500 high-traffic articles with more than 70 million readers worldwide. Tom has deep insights into powerful, everyday prayer as a way to find peace in tough times. He can share the steps to build a stronger faith that lets us ask for the things we need with the confidence that can move mountains in our lives. Tom can share insights on the science and surprising power behind prayer, meditation, fasting, and other biblical advice that shows how it can change our lives with little effort. Tom also shares *how* to believe -- yes, it does take effort. http://www.tomgerencer.com/ tom@tomgerencer.com Encouragement Positive mental attitude Enthusiasm, Dreamer, Coach, Mentor, Friend Charlesrgrimes@gmail.com charlesrgrimes.com Twitter: @charlesrgrimes https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-grimes-2b78444b/ https://www.instagram.com/encouragers_united/ https://www.facebook.com/EncouragersUnited/?modal=admin_todo_tour https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS-40nUSl9SCekbbhk3FzYw?view_as=subscriber --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/encouragers-united/message

35 min5 d ago
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"I can't do this without you, God" with Tom Gerencer

All-around leader series #2: Long Jump

Next up in the All-around leader series: The Long Jump If the 100 meter sprint was an "all-out" race to the finish line, the long jump demands much more control and consistency. The participant sprints down a runway and leaps off a common take off spot called the "board", flying through the air and landing as far away from the take-off line as possible. In the decathlon, we only have three attempts also, so everything must be perfect. There are four primary leadership lessons I've learned from competing in and coaching others in the Long Jump: "Master your own approach" The run-up or approach is all about rhythm and acceleration. I used to think about a freight train, as it slowly takes off from a stop, rhythmic chug, chug, chug, chug-- as it gains momentum and velocity. A jumper would measure the run up in the number of strides or steps they would take-- I used an 8 left foot approach, meaning that I would use 16 total steps during the run up. "Attack the horizon" A great take off is "set up" by an excellent and consistent approach. In the long jump, your trajectory will often follow where you are focusing. What I mean is that if you are looking down at the ground just 15-20 feet in front of you - i.e. into the sand pit. That's exactly where you will jump, 15 feet. However, if you are looking straight up at the sky, you're probably going to jump far to high into the air, and your flight will be too steep, and short. The horizon, that visual meeting place between the sky and the land-- that's where we need to focus. "Don't cross that line" There is a very critical place that I want you to understand in the long jump event. It represents the standard that every jump will be measured. The front edge of the takeoff board is really only about 1/4" wide. No jumper is allowed to touch the track surface in front of that line-- otherwise, it's a "foul". You'll see a specific judge usually sitting right at that spot-- he/she will be equipped with a flag-- white on one end, red on the other. After each take-off, they are assigned to judge the jump-- by raising the appropriate colored side of the flag. You cross that line-- even by just a "hair"-- your attempt is null and void. 0 points-- and waste of your time. "Don't be afraid to get dirty" As the long jumper powerfully takes off from the board, rises and seemingly walks through thin air during the flight-- then there is a very violent and active landing where often sand flies all over the surrounding area! You see, excellent long jumpers reach forward in a seated position right at the landing-- stretching out and often landing practically on their sides. They literally "throw" themselves forward into the sand pit-- and trust me, you get sand EVERYWHERE-- in your socks and shoes, in your shorts, your singlet top, your hair, eyes, ears and up your nose. Apply these simple lessons to your leaderships and work today! Encouragement Positive mental attitude Enthusiasm, Dreamer, Coach, Mentor, Friend Charlesrgrimes@gmail.com charlesrgrimes.com Twitter: @charlesrgrimes https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-grimes-2b78444b/ https://www.instagram.com/encouragers_united/ https://www.facebook.com/EncouragersUnited/?modal=admin_todo_tour https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS-40nUSl9SCekbbhk3FzYw?view_as=subscriber --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/encouragers-united/message

17 min1 w ago
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All-around leader series #2: Long Jump

Laughter is good medicine, with Dave Ebert

Dave Ebert is a former professional wrestler, comedian, improv coach, credentialed minister, and podcast host based in the Chicago suburbs. He and I talk about his long-time battle with depression and how laughter can indeed be good medicine-- you wont' want to miss it! After nearly two decades of battling with depression and suicidal thoughts, Dave Ebert made the life-changing decision to pursue God. He says, “At that point, I wrestled with this choice: I could take my life…or I could give my life. I finally made the right decision and gave my life to the Lord.” Shortly after this decision, Dave relocated back to Chicago in 2013, when he founded Well Versed Comedy, an improv comedy ministry troupe. Doing comedy is his primary passion for reaching people, either to uplift and encourage fellow Christians, or to bring light, laughter, and joy to non-Christians. Most of his life, Dave covered his depression with humor. He used it to make others feel better while disguising how he truly felt inside. Dave often tells his testimony by saying, “I used to use comedy to hide who I was, but now I use comedy to reveal Who He is.” On top of performing improv, Dave volunteers at an organization for women who have survived sex trafficking. There, he teaches improv to the survivors to help improve communication skills, creativity, self-confidence, and, if nothing else, give the women a chance to laugh without care for an hour a month. He married his wife Bobbie in June 2015, and they live together in Crest Hill, Ill., with their three cats. Wellversedcomedy.com Encouragement Positive mental attitude Enthusiasm, Dreamer, Coach, Mentor, Friend Charlesrgrimes@gmail.com charlesrgrimes.com Twitter: @charlesrgrimes https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-grimes-2b78444b/ https://www.instagram.com/encouragers_united/ https://www.facebook.com/EncouragersUnited/?modal=admin_todo_tour https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS-40nUSl9SCekbbhk3FzYw?view_as=subscriber --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/encouragers-united/message

34 min1 w ago
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Laughter is good medicine, with Dave Ebert

Christian radio encouragement with Shine.Fm and Heather Erbe

Heather Erbe is the Business Development and Promotions manager for SHINE.FM in the Lansing, Mid-Michigan area. Shine.Fm is a Christ-centered radio station sponsored by Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, IL. HEATHER also hosts the Midday air shift across the SHINE.FM network, six days a week, assembling encouraging content for her listeners. Previously, HEATHER spent 11 years at CORNERSTONE UNIVERSITY Contemporary Christian WAYFM/GRAND RAPIDS/KALAMAZOO, and will continue to serve on-air and MD at ROSS BIBLE CHURCH Contemporary Christian WNFR (90.7 HOPE FM-POWER 883)/PORT HURON. She's also the Host of the Shine.fm MomCast, an interview based podcast. She's wife to her great husband Paul, and mom to three wonderfully busy teenagers, Alexandra, Sebastianand Atticus. She's hi-energy, positive, and compassionate-- utilizing real life experiences to give listeners an authentic and transparent encouragement. But most of all, I'm so happy to have her on the show, because she is my l...

26 min2 w ago
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Christian radio encouragement with Shine.Fm and Heather Erbe

Undefeated: Living victoriously with Elizabeth Meyers

Elizabeth Meyers is a veteran, the wife of a full-afterburner fighter pilot and the mother of eight energetic children. This dynamic combination leads to no small amount of chaos in her day-to-day life. The sudden death of her pre-born son radically altered the course of Elizabeth’s life. Her resulting struggle through depression and anxiety left her undone but God was faithful even when she wasn’t. Elizabeth’s personal journey from trial to triumph has filled her with a passion to encourage others like herself whose faith sometimes falters in the face of harsh realities. You can connect with her blog, online course, and many other helpful resources at elizabethmeyers.me Elizabeth "Liz" Meyers is the author of UNDEFEATED: From Trial to Triumph, How to Stop Fighting the Wrong Battles and Start Living Victoriously. In addition to supporting her fighter pilot husband and home-educating the 6 of her 8 children who have not yet left the nest, she is also a blogger and motivational spe...

32 min3 w ago
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Undefeated: Living victoriously with Elizabeth Meyers

All-around leader series #1: 100 meter sprint!

Today we start the decathlon of leadership! Event number 1 is the 100 meter sprint. Three key lessons that we can learn from the 100 m sprint: Tune out the noise It demands focus Distraction is the enemy line up-- block out anything else, and focus. This often takes a routine-- Doing the same things in preparation - born out of habit, repetition, success Would often "practice starts" Stay in your lane: Disqualified if you ran out of your lane-- You need to know your role, and perform to your best ability in that role. Sometimes I need to ask myself, what is my role in this situation? Was it to just listen? To act, to solve the problem- Acting out of our lane can get you into big trouble Don't look back: Never any use in looking back-- once the gun goes off, you're either sprinting or your not. Encouragement Positive mental attitude Enthusiasm, Dreamer, Coach, Mentor, Friend Charlesrgrimes@gmail.com charlesrgrimes.com Twitter: @charlesrgrimes https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-grime...

20 minSEP 28
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All-around leader series #1: 100 meter sprint!

Authentic Leadership with Dan Owolabi and Branches Worldwide

Dan Owolabi is the Executive Director and co-founder of Branches Worldwide, a leadership development ministry with an innovative initiative to impact 30 leaders in 30 countries for 30 years. Branches has one big goal: To identify young Christian leaders and inspire them to do the work which God has called them to do. Partnering with local doctors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and business leaders around the world, Branches helps leaders transform their communities through their influence as Christian leaders. With a focus on equipping these workplace influencers with Shepherd Leadership training, resources, and a network of experienced Christian mentors, Branches helps increase their influence as leaders, and their ability to draw their peers to Christ. Dan holds a BA from Malone University, and an MA from Ashland University. He lives in Ohio with his wife Erica and their two daughters. Dan also has created his own coaching and leadership consulting firm, Owolabi Leadership, and has rece...

28 minSEP 21
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Authentic Leadership with Dan Owolabi and Branches Worldwide

Encouraging the entrepreneurial spirit with Alex Sanfilippo!

What is an entrepreneur? I'm not sure I could define it, but I think I can introduce you to one today! Alex Sanfilippo started his first business at the age of 10. he began selling used golf-balls in his neighborhood and realized that I really enjoyed generating sales and keeping track of a profit. Fast forward a number of years and he begin investing in real estate and also started and sold a tech company in that space. (Creating virtual tours of homes) From there he went into aerospace and worked his way up from a part time employee all the way to a senior executive in a large publicly traded organization. Throughout this time, he began blogging and built a multi author blog with more than 130 writers on it. He got into productivity and business startup coaching which led him to the launch of the creatingabrand.com website and Podcast so that he could serve his audience in a more direct way. Lastly, he is also the founder of a popular tool for podcast hosts and guests, a web-based...

32 minSEP 14
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Encouraging the entrepreneurial spirit with Alex Sanfilippo!

Courageous cancer warriors, with Lori Marini

Lori Marini is a Motivational Coach who specializes in empowering women during their healing journey after a life crisis. Many lose their purpose and their fear of moving forward leaves them paralyzed. Coach Lori guides them to fulfilling their vision of their best life. As a Breast Cancer Warrior herself, Lori understands first hand what it takes to get beyond the fear and finding the courage to live a life you love on your own terms. Through speaking engagements, one-on-one, and group coaching sessions, Lori supports clients on topics such as life mastery, mindfulness, vision and goal fulfillment, work-life balance. Lori has a Master's of Health Science as a Pathologist Assistant with a vast experience working with patient tumors and managing diagnostic and research laboratories. She facilitated the development and implementation of a new precision medicine center which is now the foundation for several patient-partnered genomic data-sharing initiatives. She is an ACC accredited c...

33 minSEP 7
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Courageous cancer warriors, with Lori Marini

Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful, with Ryan Stanley

Ryan Stanley is a lifelong entrepreneur who is known for his natural ability to connect with, understand and empower those who are in pursuit of making significant changes in their personal and professional lives so they can end up being the best versions of themselves. Since graduating from The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) in 2009 as a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) Ryan has changed the lives of hundreds of clients from all walks of life. More recently, Ryan has also been working at his alma mater as both an Admissions Coach, where he closed almost $22 Million in sales in 8 years, and as their first ever Internal Coach where he coached staff from entry level to C suite on everything from daily professional growth to how they want to show up energetically in the personal areas of their life. In July of 2019 Ryan published his first book titled 'Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful: A First Aid Kit for the Emotional Bumps, Scrapes, and Bruises of Life', a...

35 minAUG 31
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Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful, with Ryan Stanley

Latest Episodes

"I can't do this without you, God" with Tom Gerencer

Tom Gerencer is the author of the soon-to-be-published book, "I Can't Do it Without You, God," about the power of prayer to transform our lives. He has a rags-to-faith-to-riches story about a failed marriage and career, turning to God, learning to pray, and then watching God work miracles in his family life, career, and emotional well-being. Tom has learned key steps to building a strong relationship with God, including praying with humility, learning how to believe (yes, it takes effort), meditating [and knowing how to use it] and changing what we ask for. Tom also shares how small acts of charity can change our lives, and shows how even those with little money can help others and themselves through reaching out in small ways. He also explains the science-backed power of biblical fasting, and tips for raising kids in an atheist world. Tom is an ASJA journalist, content writer, editor, and teacher who writes about science, tech, health, business, and the outdoors. He's a regular contributor to HP Tech Takes, Boys' Life, and Scouting, with articles in The Boston Globe Magazine, Fast Company, Outdoor Life, Costco Connection, and many more. Tom’s book, “How It’s Made” for the Discovery Channel will be out by Christmas 2020, and his marketing book, “Think Like Google” is now available on Amazon. Tom has written over 1,500 high-traffic articles with more than 70 million readers worldwide. Tom has deep insights into powerful, everyday prayer as a way to find peace in tough times. He can share the steps to build a stronger faith that lets us ask for the things we need with the confidence that can move mountains in our lives. Tom can share insights on the science and surprising power behind prayer, meditation, fasting, and other biblical advice that shows how it can change our lives with little effort. Tom also shares *how* to believe -- yes, it does take effort. http://www.tomgerencer.com/ tom@tomgerencer.com Encouragement Positive mental attitude Enthusiasm, Dreamer, Coach, Mentor, Friend Charlesrgrimes@gmail.com charlesrgrimes.com Twitter: @charlesrgrimes https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-grimes-2b78444b/ https://www.instagram.com/encouragers_united/ https://www.facebook.com/EncouragersUnited/?modal=admin_todo_tour https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS-40nUSl9SCekbbhk3FzYw?view_as=subscriber --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/encouragers-united/message

35 min5 d ago
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"I can't do this without you, God" with Tom Gerencer

All-around leader series #2: Long Jump

Next up in the All-around leader series: The Long Jump If the 100 meter sprint was an "all-out" race to the finish line, the long jump demands much more control and consistency. The participant sprints down a runway and leaps off a common take off spot called the "board", flying through the air and landing as far away from the take-off line as possible. In the decathlon, we only have three attempts also, so everything must be perfect. There are four primary leadership lessons I've learned from competing in and coaching others in the Long Jump: "Master your own approach" The run-up or approach is all about rhythm and acceleration. I used to think about a freight train, as it slowly takes off from a stop, rhythmic chug, chug, chug, chug-- as it gains momentum and velocity. A jumper would measure the run up in the number of strides or steps they would take-- I used an 8 left foot approach, meaning that I would use 16 total steps during the run up. "Attack the horizon" A great take off is "set up" by an excellent and consistent approach. In the long jump, your trajectory will often follow where you are focusing. What I mean is that if you are looking down at the ground just 15-20 feet in front of you - i.e. into the sand pit. That's exactly where you will jump, 15 feet. However, if you are looking straight up at the sky, you're probably going to jump far to high into the air, and your flight will be too steep, and short. The horizon, that visual meeting place between the sky and the land-- that's where we need to focus. "Don't cross that line" There is a very critical place that I want you to understand in the long jump event. It represents the standard that every jump will be measured. The front edge of the takeoff board is really only about 1/4" wide. No jumper is allowed to touch the track surface in front of that line-- otherwise, it's a "foul". You'll see a specific judge usually sitting right at that spot-- he/she will be equipped with a flag-- white on one end, red on the other. After each take-off, they are assigned to judge the jump-- by raising the appropriate colored side of the flag. You cross that line-- even by just a "hair"-- your attempt is null and void. 0 points-- and waste of your time. "Don't be afraid to get dirty" As the long jumper powerfully takes off from the board, rises and seemingly walks through thin air during the flight-- then there is a very violent and active landing where often sand flies all over the surrounding area! You see, excellent long jumpers reach forward in a seated position right at the landing-- stretching out and often landing practically on their sides. They literally "throw" themselves forward into the sand pit-- and trust me, you get sand EVERYWHERE-- in your socks and shoes, in your shorts, your singlet top, your hair, eyes, ears and up your nose. Apply these simple lessons to your leaderships and work today! Encouragement Positive mental attitude Enthusiasm, Dreamer, Coach, Mentor, Friend Charlesrgrimes@gmail.com charlesrgrimes.com Twitter: @charlesrgrimes https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-grimes-2b78444b/ https://www.instagram.com/encouragers_united/ https://www.facebook.com/EncouragersUnited/?modal=admin_todo_tour https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS-40nUSl9SCekbbhk3FzYw?view_as=subscriber --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/encouragers-united/message

17 min1 w ago
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All-around leader series #2: Long Jump

Laughter is good medicine, with Dave Ebert

Dave Ebert is a former professional wrestler, comedian, improv coach, credentialed minister, and podcast host based in the Chicago suburbs. He and I talk about his long-time battle with depression and how laughter can indeed be good medicine-- you wont' want to miss it! After nearly two decades of battling with depression and suicidal thoughts, Dave Ebert made the life-changing decision to pursue God. He says, “At that point, I wrestled with this choice: I could take my life…or I could give my life. I finally made the right decision and gave my life to the Lord.” Shortly after this decision, Dave relocated back to Chicago in 2013, when he founded Well Versed Comedy, an improv comedy ministry troupe. Doing comedy is his primary passion for reaching people, either to uplift and encourage fellow Christians, or to bring light, laughter, and joy to non-Christians. Most of his life, Dave covered his depression with humor. He used it to make others feel better while disguising how he truly felt inside. Dave often tells his testimony by saying, “I used to use comedy to hide who I was, but now I use comedy to reveal Who He is.” On top of performing improv, Dave volunteers at an organization for women who have survived sex trafficking. There, he teaches improv to the survivors to help improve communication skills, creativity, self-confidence, and, if nothing else, give the women a chance to laugh without care for an hour a month. He married his wife Bobbie in June 2015, and they live together in Crest Hill, Ill., with their three cats. Wellversedcomedy.com Encouragement Positive mental attitude Enthusiasm, Dreamer, Coach, Mentor, Friend Charlesrgrimes@gmail.com charlesrgrimes.com Twitter: @charlesrgrimes https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-grimes-2b78444b/ https://www.instagram.com/encouragers_united/ https://www.facebook.com/EncouragersUnited/?modal=admin_todo_tour https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCS-40nUSl9SCekbbhk3FzYw?view_as=subscriber --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app --- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/encouragers-united/message

34 min1 w ago
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Laughter is good medicine, with Dave Ebert

Christian radio encouragement with Shine.Fm and Heather Erbe

Heather Erbe is the Business Development and Promotions manager for SHINE.FM in the Lansing, Mid-Michigan area. Shine.Fm is a Christ-centered radio station sponsored by Olivet Nazarene University in Bourbonnais, IL. HEATHER also hosts the Midday air shift across the SHINE.FM network, six days a week, assembling encouraging content for her listeners. Previously, HEATHER spent 11 years at CORNERSTONE UNIVERSITY Contemporary Christian WAYFM/GRAND RAPIDS/KALAMAZOO, and will continue to serve on-air and MD at ROSS BIBLE CHURCH Contemporary Christian WNFR (90.7 HOPE FM-POWER 883)/PORT HURON. She's also the Host of the Shine.fm MomCast, an interview based podcast. She's wife to her great husband Paul, and mom to three wonderfully busy teenagers, Alexandra, Sebastianand Atticus. She's hi-energy, positive, and compassionate-- utilizing real life experiences to give listeners an authentic and transparent encouragement. But most of all, I'm so happy to have her on the show, because she is my l...

26 min2 w ago
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Christian radio encouragement with Shine.Fm and Heather Erbe

Undefeated: Living victoriously with Elizabeth Meyers

Elizabeth Meyers is a veteran, the wife of a full-afterburner fighter pilot and the mother of eight energetic children. This dynamic combination leads to no small amount of chaos in her day-to-day life. The sudden death of her pre-born son radically altered the course of Elizabeth’s life. Her resulting struggle through depression and anxiety left her undone but God was faithful even when she wasn’t. Elizabeth’s personal journey from trial to triumph has filled her with a passion to encourage others like herself whose faith sometimes falters in the face of harsh realities. You can connect with her blog, online course, and many other helpful resources at elizabethmeyers.me Elizabeth "Liz" Meyers is the author of UNDEFEATED: From Trial to Triumph, How to Stop Fighting the Wrong Battles and Start Living Victoriously. In addition to supporting her fighter pilot husband and home-educating the 6 of her 8 children who have not yet left the nest, she is also a blogger and motivational spe...

32 min3 w ago
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Undefeated: Living victoriously with Elizabeth Meyers

All-around leader series #1: 100 meter sprint!

Today we start the decathlon of leadership! Event number 1 is the 100 meter sprint. Three key lessons that we can learn from the 100 m sprint: Tune out the noise It demands focus Distraction is the enemy line up-- block out anything else, and focus. This often takes a routine-- Doing the same things in preparation - born out of habit, repetition, success Would often "practice starts" Stay in your lane: Disqualified if you ran out of your lane-- You need to know your role, and perform to your best ability in that role. Sometimes I need to ask myself, what is my role in this situation? Was it to just listen? To act, to solve the problem- Acting out of our lane can get you into big trouble Don't look back: Never any use in looking back-- once the gun goes off, you're either sprinting or your not. Encouragement Positive mental attitude Enthusiasm, Dreamer, Coach, Mentor, Friend Charlesrgrimes@gmail.com charlesrgrimes.com Twitter: @charlesrgrimes https://www.linkedin.com/in/charlie-grime...

20 minSEP 28
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All-around leader series #1: 100 meter sprint!

Authentic Leadership with Dan Owolabi and Branches Worldwide

Dan Owolabi is the Executive Director and co-founder of Branches Worldwide, a leadership development ministry with an innovative initiative to impact 30 leaders in 30 countries for 30 years. Branches has one big goal: To identify young Christian leaders and inspire them to do the work which God has called them to do. Partnering with local doctors, lawyers, entrepreneurs, and business leaders around the world, Branches helps leaders transform their communities through their influence as Christian leaders. With a focus on equipping these workplace influencers with Shepherd Leadership training, resources, and a network of experienced Christian mentors, Branches helps increase their influence as leaders, and their ability to draw their peers to Christ. Dan holds a BA from Malone University, and an MA from Ashland University. He lives in Ohio with his wife Erica and their two daughters. Dan also has created his own coaching and leadership consulting firm, Owolabi Leadership, and has rece...

28 minSEP 21
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Authentic Leadership with Dan Owolabi and Branches Worldwide

Encouraging the entrepreneurial spirit with Alex Sanfilippo!

What is an entrepreneur? I'm not sure I could define it, but I think I can introduce you to one today! Alex Sanfilippo started his first business at the age of 10. he began selling used golf-balls in his neighborhood and realized that I really enjoyed generating sales and keeping track of a profit. Fast forward a number of years and he begin investing in real estate and also started and sold a tech company in that space. (Creating virtual tours of homes) From there he went into aerospace and worked his way up from a part time employee all the way to a senior executive in a large publicly traded organization. Throughout this time, he began blogging and built a multi author blog with more than 130 writers on it. He got into productivity and business startup coaching which led him to the launch of the creatingabrand.com website and Podcast so that he could serve his audience in a more direct way. Lastly, he is also the founder of a popular tool for podcast hosts and guests, a web-based...

32 minSEP 14
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Encouraging the entrepreneurial spirit with Alex Sanfilippo!

Courageous cancer warriors, with Lori Marini

Lori Marini is a Motivational Coach who specializes in empowering women during their healing journey after a life crisis. Many lose their purpose and their fear of moving forward leaves them paralyzed. Coach Lori guides them to fulfilling their vision of their best life. As a Breast Cancer Warrior herself, Lori understands first hand what it takes to get beyond the fear and finding the courage to live a life you love on your own terms. Through speaking engagements, one-on-one, and group coaching sessions, Lori supports clients on topics such as life mastery, mindfulness, vision and goal fulfillment, work-life balance. Lori has a Master's of Health Science as a Pathologist Assistant with a vast experience working with patient tumors and managing diagnostic and research laboratories. She facilitated the development and implementation of a new precision medicine center which is now the foundation for several patient-partnered genomic data-sharing initiatives. She is an ACC accredited c...

33 minSEP 7
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Courageous cancer warriors, with Lori Marini

Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful, with Ryan Stanley

Ryan Stanley is a lifelong entrepreneur who is known for his natural ability to connect with, understand and empower those who are in pursuit of making significant changes in their personal and professional lives so they can end up being the best versions of themselves. Since graduating from The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) in 2009 as a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) Ryan has changed the lives of hundreds of clients from all walks of life. More recently, Ryan has also been working at his alma mater as both an Admissions Coach, where he closed almost $22 Million in sales in 8 years, and as their first ever Internal Coach where he coached staff from entry level to C suite on everything from daily professional growth to how they want to show up energetically in the personal areas of their life. In July of 2019 Ryan published his first book titled 'Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful: A First Aid Kit for the Emotional Bumps, Scrapes, and Bruises of Life', a...

35 minAUG 31
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Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful, with Ryan Stanley
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