Everything inside of the Leadership for Life podcast is rooted in the truth that everyone deserves to feel valued, respected, appreciated and heard.
It’s a truth that unites us all. No matter your culture or country. No matter our beliefs in religion or politics. No matter our professional industry, position, or level of responsibility. Whether we’re single or married. Whether we were born rich or poor, the innate desire to feel valued, respected, appreciated and heard remains.
This is the foundation of the Leadership for Life podcast.
In this episode Casey returns to the teachings of his mentor John Maxwell. The Laws of Growth are further examined as Casey explains the Law of Intentionality.
It's important that we grow, as professionals, and as family members. In order for us to reach our potential, we must dedicate ourselves to getting better. But growth doesn't just happen; it's important that we get intentional about our potential.
In this episode Casey continues looking at the importance of relationships. How do we lift people up? How do we support them? Dive in and go on a journey with Casey as he peels back the concept of encouraging others and helps us understand the intricacies of helping others find their own potential.
Relationships are key to success. If you want to have healthier relationships you simply must understand people. What motivates the people in your life? What are your coworkers in search of? Join us in this episode as we continue our look at the connection between success and relationships.
In this episode, Casey begins a new series on the importance of Relationships. This episode serves to answer the question, Why are relationships important to success?
Follow along as Casey peels back the layers of our understanding of relationships, and paints a clear picture of the connection of our potential, and the relationships in our lives.
In this special Father's Day episode, Casey pays tribute to his mother. He takes us through a lesson that his mother taught him. A lesson about conquering adversity, and finding the courage to keep moving forward.
In this episode, Casey answers questions from listeners.
As a leader, how do we handle the failure of someone we have poured ourselves into?
How do I find time to grow towards my potential?
Am I too old to chase my dreams?
Join Casey as he listens in to the concerns of his listeners, and responds back to them.
We are experiencing challenging times. People are hurting. Cities are in crisis. And leaders are absent. But there's still hope. And there is indeed a solution. There's a solution found in our potential. And it starts with a conversation. It starts with us running toward the challenge. It starts with us listening.
This is the final installment of a seven episode series on attitude. In this episode, we examine the three attitudes needed for success in any area of life. Three things, that if implemented can help you reach your potential.
Failure happens. The key to reaching our full potential is not in avoiding failure, but in failing forward. As we approach attitude with the right attitude, we strengthen our resolve, and become more prepared to learn from our experiences and secure success.
In this episode we examine how attitude and adversity go hand in hand. Adversity can be scary and intimidating. Often times however, the lessons we need to learn in order to grow, are wrapped up inside of the adversity we are so desperately trying to avoid.
Our attitude impacts every piece of our lives. It's important then, that we raise our awareness about how our attitudes have been developed, and how we can make the changes needed. Our potential depends on it.
Our attitudes impact the level of success we are able to experience. They move us closer to our potential, or push us further away. It's important then, to understand our attitude. It's important, to understand the factors in our life that have worked together to create the attitude we currently have. Doing so, allows us to make the changes needed, in order to create the life we desire.
We are either moving towards or away from our potential. No other factor influences which direction we're moving than our attitude. Our attitude can make us, or break us. Our attitude can enable us to rise or cause us to fall. Our attitude helps us find an opportunity in every obstacle, or encourages us to find an obstacle in every opportunity.
We're all part of a team. Most of us serve on multiple teams. Our teams can be at work, at church, at home or in the community. No matter where our team exists, we are always chasing it's full potential. And while talent certainly plays an important role in maximizing the teams potential, attitude serves as the defining trait between teams that reach a high level of excellence, and those that do not. Attitude, is often the 'slight edge' that allows one team to accomplish things other teams fall short of.
We all have goals and dreams. Chances are, we have also fell short of our desired result at some point. The good news, is that most often our failure has less to do with talent and resources and more to do with how we approached the goal. In this episode we dive into the five common mistakes we make in goal setting that keep up from reaching our potential.
Kindness heals. Kindness has the ability to go where no medicine can reach. It helps to heal the injuries that don't show up on x-rays, blood tests and scans. Kindness heals. And we all have that power at our disposal. We all have the ability to heal. We simply have to harness the power of kindness.
What does Kindness look like? If we look deeper than popular hashtags and trendy t-shirts, we discover that true Kindness is found with implementation.
It takes action to be kind. It takes action to impact the lives of others. Join us in Kindness and the Red Gas Can as we look at an incident of Kindness and peel back the layers of action that impacted someone's life.
Want to reach your potential? One of the first things you need to do is look in the mirror. You can never rise above your self esteem. In order to become the very best mother, father, husband, wife, leader and friend that you can be, you must first believe in yourself.
Why are some people able to reach their goals while others are not? The answer can be found in The Law of Consistency as developed by John Maxwell.
Your potential is achievable. Your goals are indeed attainable. In fact, by simply making a few adjustments to the manner in which you approach your own personal growth, you might very well begin to experience amazing results.
Dive in to the second episode of a three-part series focused on helping you become the very best leader, spouse, neighbor, friend and peer you can be.
We all want to reach our full potential. Holding us back however, is often our inability to let go of the things that are keeping us positioned where we are. In order to move forward, we must be able to identify the habits, mindsets, beliefs, grudges and sometimes relationships that hinder our growth and keep us from our full potential.
The Law of Tradeoffs, as developed by John Maxwell offers us an opportunity to take one step closer to being a better leader, spouse, neighbor, friend and peer.