Is authenticity overrated? Is perception important? And how does Sir Winston Churchill factor in? In this summer solo episode, Leaderbyte Host, Chester Goad shares thoughts on authenticity, and the "Perception is Reality" lie. Tweet Chester and let him know what you think @chesterwgoad.
Leaderbyte Host Chester Goad talks about leadership related to social outreach and specifically homelessness with Alan Graham is the president, CEO, and founder of Mobile Loaves & Fishes. Mobiles Loaves & Fishes, is a social profit enterprise that delivers meals and provides homes to homeless people on the streets of Austin, San Antonio, New Orleans, Nashville, Minneapolis, Providence, and New Bedford.
Alan co-founded the Lynxs Group, which built the air cargo facility at Austin’s new airport in 1997, and went on to build similar facilities at airports around the country.
Alan left the Lynxs Group in 1997 and managed Austin’s cargo port as the new airport was opening. At the same time, Alan had the seed of the idea for Mobile Loaves & Fishes. He and the other founders started by making sack lunches and serving them from the back of a green minivan. His focus now is the development and building of the Community First! Village, a 27-acre master-planned community that provides affordable, sustainable housing and a supportive community for the disabled and chronically homeless in Austin.
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Amy Roloff joins Leaderbyte Host, Chester Goad to discuss her Second Act, life changes, and how leaders move forward. From faith and family, to leadership, and work, Amy gives us some authentic insight into her life, and lends the listeners some wisdom gained in her journey. Amy is a reality star, enterpreneur, advocate for women, a cook, an author, philanthropist, speaker, and more importantly a mom, and everyday awesome person. You don’t want to miss this episode! It's a fun, genuine, raw, leadership conversation worth having. Be sure to visit the websites listed in the show notes, and connect with Amy Roloff and Leaderbyte Host Chester Goad on your favorite social media.
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Ever figure out what you thought was your dream may not be your calling, and that maybe God wanted more for you? Are you young and searching for direction or next steps? (or maybe just young at heart)? Paul Sohn is an award winning blogger, author, coach and speaker. His blog has been listed in the Top 15 of Leadership Blogs to Follow worldwide. Christianity Today named him as one of 33 under 33 to watch, and he's a John Maxwell, Top 100 speaker. More importantly, Paul is a great person of purpose living intentionally to reach those in their twenties and thirties and helping them and others find their purpose. In this discussion, we talk about what it's like to realize your calling and change professions and essentially walking away from a seemingly safe dream job and then out on faith to live the life God wants for you! Paul talks about his own journey, and shares some insight and relevant points for all of us to consider. Paul has a new book "Quarter-Life Calling" releasing on April 4, 2017, and has recently founded a new online community for 20-Somethings called QARA (Pronounced CAR-A). Links are in the notes below! Follow Paul on Twitter and elsewhere. This was definitely a conversation worth having, and Paul is definitely a leader worth getting to know.
Leaders often never really set out to be leaders. They just are. The journey to becoming a leader in your field can take you places you never expected and sometimes it's amazing to look back at how it all came about. In this episode, Dr. Sills a leading expert in reproductive endocrinology talks about his journey and what he's learned along the way. He gives insight into how he's serving countless couples and families and particularly how he's helping military families. He'll discuss human dignity, and lend some insight into what you need to do to be a leader in your field too. Dr. Sills has appeared on CBS The Doctors, and other media outlets. He's an author, and an all-around great guy.
Dr. Scott Sills bio:
Scott resides in Orange County, California and is a 7th-generation Tennessean. He has edited or written five books with publishers in Europe and USA, and has a further two medical reference books now under contract. He received his undergraduate degree from Vanderbilt and holds a PhD (molecular biology) from London's University of Westminster. Dr. Sills was awarded the MD degree from University of Tennessee in 1992. After gynecology training at NYU Downtown Hospital, Dr. Sills completed his sub-specialty fellowship in reproductive endocrinology at Cornell University. From 2008-2011, he served on the New York State Board for Medicine. Dr. Sills is Board Certified both by the American Board of Obstetrics & Gynecology and the National Board of Physicians & Surgeons; he holds elected Fellowships with the American College of Obstetricians & Gynecologists, American College of Surgeons, and the Royal College of Physicians (Ireland). Dr. Sills is registered and/or licensed for medicine in California, New York and the United Kingdom. He presently serves as Medical Director for the Center for Advanced Genetics, based in Carlsbad, California.
What's your first impression? Leaders proactively seek the truth in the answer to that question. Greg Atkinson, Founder of Worsip Impressions, Executive Director of ExPastors.com, author, speaker, and coach, shares leadership tips from his experience as a consulting church mystery guest. Greg visits and arranges mystery visits for churches, businesses, and non-profits seeking truth about their first impressions. Your Leaderbyte Host, Chester Goad dives into deep conversation that's sure to provide some tips and resources to improve your leadership.
Greg Atkinson: Greg Atkinson is the Founder of Worship Impressions and Executive Director of ExPastors.com. Greg is an author, leadership coach, and consultant. Greg has worked with churches of all stages and sizes, including some of the largest and fastest-growing churches in the country, as well as with businesses, non-profits, and organizations such as Josh McDowell Ministries.
Erskin Anavitarte, is a Texas Born, Nashville based singer songwriter. He spends a lot of time on the road, nationally and globally, out sharing a message of hope out in communities, coffee shops, and concert venues. He and Leaderbyte Host, Chester Goad, discuss family, creativity, music, and more. Don't miss his thoughts on leadership, or his take on the journey of a creative and his recent tour to India. Chester and Erskin share their favorite Christmas gift growing up, and they also talk advocacy. Check it out! Helpful links below:
In this solo episode, your Leaderbyte host shares 5 Gifts Every Leader Should Give the Team and a special Christmas message! If you're struggling with what to give your team, or even friends and family this season, you won't want to miss this episode of the leaderbyte! This is our 11th episode, we're still amateurs, but we're thankful to be building an audience, and that you're a part of it! Merry Christmas!
Taylor Tagg offers some practical "how-to" advice on forgiving others. It's a challenge to lead when you haven't let go of something. Taylor helps leaders, business executives and everyday individuals from all walks of life, take those first steps toward actually forgiving someone. We often discuss the "why" of forgiveness but we almost never consider that there may be practical steps to take to actually do it! It's an interesting conversation and you'll find some nuggets of wisdom to apply to your own life here. This episode offers a different perspective, and is definitely another leadership conversation worth having.
Your Leaderbyte Host, Chester Goad talks with The Skit Guys about laughter, leadership, and their partnership with the Stupid Poverty Project and how you can help. You'll learn more about their backgrounds, whether or not they get self-conscious and what you need to do when you're feeling self-conscious and why it's important to be encouraging.