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Episode 100: What I’ve Learned Through 100 Episodes Of The Learning Leader Show

Episode 100: What I’ve Learned Through 100 Episodes Of The Learning Leader Show

First and foremost… Thank YOU.  Thank you to the loyal listeners and supporters of The Learning Leader Show.  The feedback I receive from you inspires me to continue seeking out world class guests and preparing so hard for each and every episode.  To honor this incredibly special episode…#100…we are shaking things up a bit!  Today I will answer questions posed to me from YOU, the fans of the show.  Do you have questions for me?  To ask, simply subscribe to my newsletter on www.LearningLeader.com  and send me a note.  In the future, I plan to incorporate more of your questions into the show, so please subscribe and share your questions. It’s an honor to have my good friend and mentor Greg Meredith  join me for this episode as the facilitator.  He focuses on the questions that have been posed to me, along with questions he has come up with while being a loyal fan of the show. Want more episodes like this? Send me a note, I love hearing feedback from you.

Episode 100: What I’ve Learned Through 100 Episodes Of The Learning Leader Show

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“I Would Urge You To Cause A Ruckus.  We Need More People Like That…”

In This Episode, You Will Learn:

  • Fearing mediocrity… Being intrinsically motivated to be great
  • How to understand and focus on your “important but not urgent” time
  • What separates great leaders from good leaders…
  • Kat Cole’s words… “Courage and Confidence mixed with Humility and Curiosity”
  • Opening up as the host of the show – Being more vulnerable, sharing my voice in a bigger way
  • Mastering a new skill
  • Making money from the show – My views
  • The best team win I’ve ever experienced
  • The most talented teammate I’ve ever played with…
  • My dream family vacation
  • How to be a value-adder/giver when you don’t have much to offer? What can you do to add value when you do not have a lot of experience, few resources, and an under-developed network?
  • The small difference between making it in the NFL and coming up just short
  • In one sentence, why do I do this?

 “I Believe Everyone Can Be A Leader And I Show Them How.”

Continue Learning:

You may also like these episodes:

Episode 001: How To Become A Master Connector W/ Jayson Gaignard From MasterMind Talks

Episode 078: Kat Cole – From Hooters Waitress To President of Cinnabon

Episode 082: Dan Pink – The Science of Motivation, Legendary Writer & Ted Talk

Episode 086: Seth Godin – How To Become Indispensable & Build Your Tribe

Did you enjoy the podcast?

If you enjoyed this style of answering questions from fans/listeners of the show, please don’t hesitate to send me a note on Twitter or email me.

Episode edited by the great J Scott Donnell

The Learning Leader Show

Life rewards those who take action—and I take bold action with The Learning Leader Show to ensure we have world class guests from which to learn. That occasionally means picking up the phone to call a stranger or sending a cold email to anyone on the planet. I want to hear from YOU. If you know of an inspiring leader that should come on the show, email me or hit me up on Twitter where I’m @RyanHawk12

The great John Wooden said, “Show me your friends and I’ll show you your future.” Thanks for choosing to be a friend of The Learning Leader Show. This show is about giving us all the opportunity to surround ourselves with great friends that can help us grow, improve and build our brightest future. I hope you get as much out of this show as I do. Here’s to Leading!

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