While most people are just coasting through life, you can decide to maximize your potential and add value to others. Use this podcast as a word of encouragement from Jeremy (and various special guests) to help you do just that - to help you grow and get better.
Topics covered here are: personal development, leadership, faith, relationships, and business.
In this episode, special guest Michael Rodenberg and I discuss the release of his new book and what has helped him build a winning culture with his team. Learn more about Michael and purchase a copy of "Bridge the Gap: How Leaders Can Revitalize Broken Organizations" at WeCanBridgeTheGap.com.
In this episode, we discuss how staying committed is an integral part of growth and success. My dear friend, Derrick Furlow, shares part of his story - how commitment was modeled to him at an early age - as well as his personal “how to transition” formula.
In this episode, I share a call to action to get off the sidelines of life, get in the game, and start living. It’s easy to consider what may go wrong, but what if you chose to focus on what could go right.
In this episode, we discuss how difficulty will show up, but that it does not have to define you. My dear friend, Tasha Eizinger, shares part of the pain she’s experienced and how personal development has helped her grow through it.
In this episode we discuss how personal development has made such a profound impact on the life of my friend and business partner, Andy Megargel. His passion for growth fuels his desire to better people.
In this episode I discuss how the simple pleasures of life help us stay grounded and optimistic. And in turn, finding value in the small things impacts how we engage with others where we live, work, play, and worship.
In this episode we talk about how valuing effort over talent is better for long-term growth. Talent may be present in a given area of your life, but effort can be cultivated in every area of your life.
In this episode I share a little bit about one of the best decisions my wife and I have made - that’s the decision to established boundaries around screen time in our home. In my opinion, the overuse of technology and social media in our society is something that is hindering the growth of far too many people.