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Real Leaders Podcast

By Kevin Edwards
Welcome to the Real Leaders Podcast, where leaders keep it real. 3 episodes released every week with today's top business leadership rockstars. This is the official podcast of Real Leaders magazine.
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Ep. 182 Opportunity Is Everywhere || Melanie Dulbecco, CEO of Torani
Melanie Dulbecco is the CEO of Torani who inspires us to see opportunity everywhere. Throughout today’s episode Dulbecco touches on her north star for decision making, how Torani navigated the waves of the pandemic, and what ultimately creates the fabric of communities. Enjoy! Watch the full episode:  RSVP for upcoming interviews: RSVP for our Meet The Real Leaders Networking Event: Follow us on LinkedIn: Leave A Review Below!!
February 27, 2021
Ep. 181 The Psychology of Goal Crushing || Emily Balcetis, Social Psychologists, Associate Professor at NYU and Author of Clearer, Closer, Better
Emily Balcetis is a social psychologist, Associate Professor at NYU, and Author of her new book Clearer, Closer, Better. Emily divulges her current research into what successful work cultures embrace, how to set the goldie-locks goal, and why it just could be as simple as changing the optics. Please rate & review below! RSVP for upcoming interviews: 
February 24, 2021
Keep It Real Series #8 || Simon Mainwaring, Founder & CEO of We First Branding and Best-selling Autho‪r‬
Simon Mainwaring is the Founder, CEO, and Best-selling author of We First Inc., in this episode he covers how to avoid the dangers of cancel culture, provides a process for developing your brand’s purpose, and to stay light in your head. The Keep It Real Series is a monthly podcast that was designed to help leaders achieve clarity with their branding and marketing. RSVP for upcoming episodes at
February 21, 2021
Ep. 180 Lead Authentically || David Israel, Founder and Co-CEO of Good PLANeT Foods
David Israel is the Founder and Co-CEO of Good PLANeT Foods who encourages us all to live authentically. In today’s episode, Israel shares the uncompromising values for bringing on investors, how to balance leadership with two CEOs and why he stopped building companies for the wrong reasons.  Watch here:   RSVP for upcoming episodes: 
February 17, 2021
Ep. 179 The Journey Is The Destination || Seth Goldman, Co-Founder & CEO of Eat The Change, Co-Founder & former CEO of Honest Tea, and Executive Chair of the Board at Beyond Meat
Seth Goldman is the Co-Founder of Honest Tea, Executive Chair of the Board at Beyond Meat, and current Co-Founder and CEO of Eat The Change who in today’s episode shares how what mission-driven entrepreneurs often forget, how consumer diet changes can lead to climate change itself, and that the journey is the ultimate destination. Enjoy! Watch: Join the next live interview:
February 14, 2021
Ep. 178 Be Clear On Your Purpose || Shelly McNamara, Chief Equality & Inclusion Officer at P&G and Author of No Blanks, No Pauses
Shelly McNamara is the Chief Equality and Inclusion Officer at Proctor & Gamble and the Author of No blanks, No Pauses. In today’s episode, McNamara shares how to better represents your consumer base and employee base, why allowing employees to express their authenticity correlates with productivity, and a Real Leader is clear on their purpose. Enjoy! Shelly's Book: Watch instead: RSVP to upcoming episodes:
February 13, 2021
Ep. 177 The Art of Negotiation || Dr. Cath Bishop, Former Olympic Medalist, Conflict Negotiator, and Author of The Long Win
Dr. Cath Bishop is a former Olympic medalist turned conflict negotiator who shares key pieces of advice from her new book The Long Win. In today’s episode, Bishop reveals the weight of pursuing external accolades, the mannerisms you should pay attention to during a negotiation, and the fallacy of how we measure our success. RSVP for upcoming live episodes: Watch Episode:  Buy Cath's Book The Long Win:
February 10, 2021
Ep. 176 Keep The Lights On || Michael Franti, World-renowned Musician, Hotel Owner, Filmmaker, and Activist
Michael Franti is a world-renowned musician who inspires us all to keep the lights on. In today’s episode, Franti shares his unconventional path to becoming a musician, the importance of connecting personally with your audience, and that we should all try to reach our growing edge. Enjoy! Please rate and review the show if you enjoyed it! RSVP for upcoming episodes at 
February 7, 2021
Ep. 175 A Culture of Listening || Sandra M. Moore, Chief Impact Officer at Advantage Capital
Sandra M. Moore is the Chief Impact Officer at Advantage Capital who claims leaders who build cultures of good listeners tend to be on the forefront of change. In today’s episode, Moore shares her experiences as a judge for the United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, how for-profit companies can create more impact than nonprofits, and the power of including unique perspectives. Enjoy! RSVP to attend live episodes here: 
February 6, 2021
Ep. 174 Emotional Intelligence || Dr. Daniel Goleman, Best-selling Author and Psychologist
Dr. Daniel Goleman is a best-selling Author and Psychologist whose books and philosophies have influenced millions of leaders around the world who intuitively understand the power of emotional intelligence. In today’s episode, Goleman shares why our brains developed the way they did, how to regulate emotional hijacking, and the antidote to our phone addictions. Enjoy! RSVP to upcoming live episodes at\ Please leave us a review!
February 3, 2021
Ep. 173 Get Out of Your Own Way || Nick Bradley, Host of the Scale Up Your Business Podcast
Nick Bradley is the host of the Scale Up Your Business Podcast – a top business podcast in the United Kingdom. He joins the show today to share what it takes to become a CEO, the mindset shift needed for growth, and how to get out of your own way. Real Leaders has live interviews: 
January 27, 2021
Ep. 172 Uncomfortable Conversations Need To Be Had || Meesha Brown, President of PCI Media Impact
Meesha Brown is the President of PCI Media Impact who joins the show to suggest making room for uncomfortable conversations. In today’s episode, Brown communicates what she’s learned from developing large transformational public media campaigns and how you can develop a narrative that shifts society. Watch: 
January 23, 2021
Keep It Real Series #7 || Simon Mainwaring, Founder & CEO of We First Branding and Best-selling Author
Simon Mainwaring is the Founder, CEO, and Best-selling author of We First Inc., who helps you ask the right questions to clarify your brand message in 2021. This episode is for those growing either a personal brand where you (the entrepreneur) can assure your customers of the exact pain point you're setting out to solve and for businesses struggling with developing a unique brand message.  RSVP for upcoming episodes at
January 20, 2021
Ep. 171 Prepare For The Next Battle || Kevin Edwards, Host of the Real Leaders Podcast
There's an old Haitian proverb: Behind mountains are more mountains. Kevin Edwards, host of the Real Leaders Podcast shares a quick message for you to start the week off with a powerful mindset. 
January 17, 2021
Ep. 170 How To Unleash Creativity || Nir Bashan, Author of The Creator Mindset
Nir Bashan is the Author of The Creator Mindset who believes more people need to unleash creativity. In today’s episode, Bashan shares the opportunities that come from a positive mindset, how to activate dormant areas of your brain, and ways to see the world as it can be, not just as it is.  RSVP to upcoming live interviews: 
January 16, 2021
Ep. 169 Values and Career Congruence || Masami Sato, Founder & CEO of B1G1
Masami Sato is the Founder and CEO of B1G1 who helps everyday businesses make a difference with every transaction. In today’s episode, Sato shares how her travel experiences shaped her purpose, short vs. long term thinking, and the illusion of success.  RSVP for an upcoming live episode here: 
January 13, 2021
Ep. 168 Interregnum || Matthew Weatherly-white, Co-founder of CapRock
Interregnum has begun, will we rise as a society and leave behind the period where the environmental costs associated with capitalism are ignored? Matthew Weatherly-white Co-founder and CEO of Caprock joins the show to provide a new path forward with an updated capital market system.
January 10, 2021
Ep. 167 Identity Leadership || Stedman Graham
Stedman Graham joins the Real Leaders Podcast to share powerful leadership observations, 9 steps to help find your identity before you lead others, and defines success. 
January 9, 2021
Ep. 166 Embrace Being Part of Something Bigger Than Yourself || Kevin Edwards, Real Leaders Podcast Host
In a moment of desperation, we must exemplify true strength of will within us. Kevin Edwards, host of the Real Leaders Podcast reveals his weekly muse to the Real Leaders organization.
January 5, 2021
Ep. 165 New Years Resolution - Questions to Ask Yourself || Kevin Edwards, Real Leaders Podcast Host
Kevin breaks down 3 questions you need to ask yourself every week to ensure your goals are achieved. The most important ingredient – being real with yourself. 
January 3, 2021
Ep. 164 It’s Crazy Until You Do It || Akon, Founder of Akoin, Musician, Entrepreneur (3/16/20)
Akon is a world renowned R&B artist who shares today why leadership, cryptocurrency, and his city may just be the key to stabilizing corruption in Africa. Why is Akon taking matters into his own hands? How is he building his own city? What leadership skills does he possess? Find out on this episode of the Real Leaders podcast. 
December 31, 2020
Ep. 163 Demonstrate Compassion and Empathy || Pete Gombert, Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of indieDwell
Peter Gombert is the Co-Founder and Executive Chairman of indieDwell who shares his company's unique approach to regenerative real-estate offering high-quality, sustainable, healthy homes to underserved communities. 
December 27, 2020
Ep. 162 Problems and Solutions in the Middle East || Ron Bruden, Founder and Chairman of the Global Board For Education for Employment
Ron Bruder is the Founder and Chairman of the Global Board for Education for Employment that empowers the youth in the Middle East and Northern Africa (MENA) with the necessary attributes to grow confidence, achieve financial independence, and transform lives. 
December 26, 2020
Ep. 161 3 Key Mistakes To Avoid When Choosing A Name || Brad Flowers, CEO of Bullhorn
Brad Flowers is the co-founder of Bullhorn. In today’s episode Flowers shares How he started his business during a recession 3 key mistakes to avoid when choosing a name The benefits of incorporating impact messaging into your business Watch: 
December 23, 2020
Keep It Real Series #6 || Simon Mainwaring, Founder & CEO of We First Branding and Best-selling Author
Simon Mainwaring is the Founder, CEO, and Best-selling author of We First who brings optimism into the new year. On the 6th episode of the Keep It Real Series, Mainwaring summarizes a volatile 2020, reveals his boldest predictions for 2021, and that the future is something we write every day. Watch:
December 20, 2020
Ep. 160 The Swedish Approach Pt.2 || Elaine Grunewald, Founder of AI Sustainability Center
Elaine Grunewald is the Founder of the AI sustainability Center and Co-author of Sustainability: A Swedish Approach to Transforming Your Company, Your Industry, and the World. In today’s episode Grunewald shares how to:  Bake in the secret Swedish sauce into your company The risks and opportunities of sustainability Why impact is exponential
December 19, 2020
Ep. 159 The Swedish Approach Pt.1 || Henrik Henriksson, CEO of Scania
Henrik Henriksson is the CEO of Scania and Co-author of Sustainability: A Swedish Approach to Transforming Your Company, Your Industry, and the World who shares: How to bake in the secret Swedish sauce into your company The importance of connecting all 5 stakeholders together Why now is the time to make that change Watch: 
December 16, 2020
Ep. 158 Act On Your Why || Kuda Biza, Author of The S.P.E.A.R Method: 5 Steps to Balanced Success and Fulfillment
Kuda Biza is the Co-Founder of Nunbelievable and Author of the S.P.E.A.R Method: 5 steps to balanced success and fulfillment who helps you discover your purpose and act on it every day. In today’s episode, Biza shares the obstacles he had to overcome to attend school in the United States, how to confirm what makes you unique and that the key in life is to marry success with fulfillment. Watch:
December 13, 2020
Ep. 157 How Serving Leads To More Success || Jonathan Keyser, Best-Selling Author
Jonathan Keyser is a former ruthless commercial real-estate broker and now best-selling author of You Don't Have to Be Ruthless to Win who shares what made him switch to leading a life of service. In this episode, learn how to switch to a mindset of service.
December 12, 2020
Ep. 156 Impact Investing Helps CEO Find Fulfillment || Jennifer Kenning, CEO of Align Impact
Jennifer Kenning is the Co-Founder and CEO of Align Impact who comes on the show to share how impact investing has made a significant difference in both her personal and financial health. 
December 9, 2020
Ep. 155 Lead With Your Heart || John Replogle, Partner at One Better Ventures
John Replogle is the former CEO of Burts Bees, Seventh Generation, and now Partner at One Better Ventures who advises us to detach from the brain and follow our hearts. In this episode, Replogle shares what drew him to the impact economy, the fallacy of trade-offs, and what he wished Harvard business school would have taught him. Watch:
December 6, 2020
Ep. 154 Empathy Is What Motivates Me || Steven Novick, Founder & CEO of Farmstand
Steven Novick is the Founder and CEO of Farmstand who claims empathy is at the core of his motivation. In this episode Novick shares his journey to launching a fresh food delivery service, how to be radically transparent, and why hiring people who align with your values is priority #1. Watch:
December 5, 2020
Ep. 153 Get The Locals To Buy-In || Fabian Koss, Cofounder of KC Social Impact Lab
Fabian Koss is the Co-founder of KC Social Impact Lab who claims the key to social impact is to get the locals to buy-in. In this episode Koss shares what drew him to impact, his journey alongside young Latin leaders, and strategies for bridging the generational gap.  Watch the replay:
December 2, 2020
Ep. 152 Updating Capitalism || Matthew Weatherly-White, Co-founder of CapRock
Matthew Weatherly-white is the co-Founder of Caprock one of the largest investment advisory firms committed to impact investing. In this episode, we discuss the misconceptions of capitalism and how it can be updated to become more efficient. Subscribe to our magazine today:
November 29, 2020
Ep. 151 Never Forget Your Why || Founder and CEO of Miyokos, Miyoko Schinner
Miyoko Schinner is the Founder and CEO of Miyokos, who shares the ingredients of impact. In this episode Schinner emphasizes the reason she went into business, to ensure that that purpose is communicated all through its stakeholders, and to never forget why she went into business in the first place. Subscribe to our magazine today: 
November 28, 2020
Ep. 150 Emily Murphy, GSA on Leading Through COVID-19
Emily Murphy is the former Administrator of the General Services Administration who lead her organization of 11,000 employees through the turbulent COVID-19 pandemic. In this episode, she attributes the success to the American people and customer feedback.
November 25, 2020
Ep. 149 A Voice For The Ocean || Danni Washington & Swati Thiyagarajan
Danni Washington is a TV Host and Board Member at PangeaSeed Foundation who is joined by conservation journalist Swati Thiyagarajan to vouch on behalf of our dying oceans. In this episode, these activists share the urgency of climate change, simple steps you can take to reduce ocean pollution, and inspiring hope for the next generation.
November 22, 2020
Ep. 148 Find Your Why and Eliminate Everything Else || Steve Distante, ImpactU
Steve Distante is the Founder of Vanderbilt Financial Group and Chief Disruption Officer at ImpactU who helps you find your why and eliminate everything else. 
November 21, 2020
Keep It Real Series #5 || Simon Mainwaring, We First Founder and Best-selling Author
Simon Mainwaring is the founder of We First and best-selling author of WE First: How Brands and Consumers Use Social Media To Build A Better World who helps us distinguish self-interest from selfishness. On the 5th episode of the Keep It Real Series Mainwaring argues that: -Capitalism doesn’t have to be a winners take all end game -The role social media plays in influencing self-interest -That companies who empower the next generation will create more prosperity for all Watch on Crowdcast:
November 18, 2020
Ep. 147 The Beginning of The End || Alex Gladstein, Human Rights Foundation
Alex Gladstein is the Chief Strategy Officer at Human Rights Foundation who shares his work for human rights in authoritative countries, the difference between fiat and crypto currencies, and why people need to be careful when ignoring bitcoin. Watch on YouTube:
November 15, 2020
Ep. 146 Public Policy at Twitter || Lauren Culbertson, Head of U.S Public Policy at Twitter
Lauren Culbertson is the head of U.S public policy at Twitter who shares Twitter’s thought process for spreading information, how they monitor millions of people on a platform, and what leadership is needed to hold a position like this. Watch on YouTube: 
November 14, 2020
Ep. 145 How To Expand Your Circle in 3 Steps || Matias Obludzyner, Author of The Expanding Circle
Matias Obludzyner is the author of The Expanding Circle and suggests the key to becoming a genuine leader is to harmonize your inner-self with your outer circle. This comes through an intentional effort to increase self-awareness, deep listening, and effective story-telling. "When the inner and outer conversations are aligned and true connections are forged, the circles expand – and your influence grows." Watch the replay: 
November 11, 2020
Ep. 144 Perspective on Prosperity || Erna Grasz, CEO of Asante Africa Foundation
Erna Grasz is the CEO of the Asante Africa foundation who shares a unique perspective on prosperity. In today’s episode, Erna explains the misconceptions of Africa, how to sustain philanthropy, and why Africa is leapfrogging the tech world.  Watch here: 
November 8, 2020
Ep. 143 Drug Trafficking In America || Sam Quinones, Veteran Reporter
Sam Quinones is a veteran reporter on immigration, gangs, and the border who lets us into the world of drug trafficking and addiction in America. In today’s Episode, Quinones reveals shocking information about the rise of fentanyl, whether or not a border wall decreases trafficking, and the leadership needed to abstain from an addicted society. Watch:
November 7, 2020
Ep. 142 The Cashew Supply Chain || Fahad Awadh, Founder of YYTZ
Fahad Awadh is the founder of YYTZ who figured out how to bring more cash to the #1 cashew country in the world. In today’s episode learn why farmers receive less money with offshore operations, how to add value to the value chain, and the profits that come with intentional decision making.  Watch on YouTube: 
November 5, 2020
Ep. 141 The House Is On Fire! What To Do Legally || James Thornton, CEO of Client Earth
James Thornton is a top environmental lawyer and CEO of Client Earth who emphasizes the law's influence on climate change. In today’s episode, Thornton shares what motivated him to pursue environmental law, how major countries differ in their energy commitments, and the major cases he’s fought to provide a cleaner future for generations to come. Watch here: RSVP for future episodes:
November 1, 2020
Ep. 140 Let People Fail || Charles Knippen, President of National Society of Leadership & Success
Charles Knippen is the National President of the National Society of Leadership and Success who states, we need to let more people fail. In today’s episode, Knippen shares what makes a great leader, what skills are essential for students to come out of college with, and the importance of learning through failure. Please rate and review!
October 31, 2020
Ep. 139 Awareness Trumps Self-Control
Dr. Jud Brewer is the Director of Research and Innovation at the Mindfulness Center and associate professor in psychiatry at the School of Medicine at Brown University, as well as a research affiliate at MIT. Dr. Brewer shares why we create bad habits and how to regain self-control.
October 28, 2020
Keep It Real Series #4 || Simon Mainwaring, CEO of We First
Simon Mainwaring the Founder and CEO of We First Branding is back with more hot takes on how business and culture are changing together. Watch: RSVP:
October 25, 2020
Ep. 137 The Science of Happiness || Shawn Achor, Positive Psychologist
Achieve your potential with Shawn Achor a Positive Psychologist and CEO of Good Think who claims the largest competitive advantage for companies right now are happy workers. In today’s episode, Achor shares his definition of happiness, how to overcome depression, and what is holding you back people from your potential. Watch here:  RSVP: 
October 24, 2020
Ep. 136 Coral Reefs Are Dying || Sam Teicher, CRO of Coral Vita
Let's get the word out about Sam Teicher, the Chier Reef Officer of Coral Vita who launched a high-tech coral farm to restore reefs and the life they preserve. In today’s episode, Teicher shares why coral reefs are imperative to life on earth, how you can fight to stop coral bleaching, and what responsibilities come with creating a new market. Watch: RSVP for a live interview: 
October 22, 2020
Ep. 135 Sleeping In the Office || Eric Edelson, Fireclay Tile
Eric Edelson is the CEO of Fireclay Tile, the first tile company to be certified as a Benefit Corporation, Fireclay Tile is proudly committed to being a US-manufactured socially responsible business for its 150 team members and all stakeholders, including residential and commercial clients such as Starbucks, Whole Foods, Sweetgreen's, and thousands more. Watch:
October 18, 2020
Ep. 134 Every Child In A Loving Family || Alia Eyres, CEO of Mother's Choice
Alia Eyres was a corporate lawyer until she had an experience that forced her to sacrifice her lifestyle to serve as CEO of Mother's Choice. Don't let the title fool you, Alia currently lives in a foster care refuge in Hong Kong to help teen mother's and their neglected children get back on their feet.  Watch here:
October 17, 2020
Ep. 133 CEO Runs Into Water Crisis || Mina Guli, CEO of Thirst
Listen to Mina Guli's inspiring comeback story of learning how to walk again and how she has committed her life to help solve the global water crisis. Follow us for live episodes on crowdcast:
October 14, 2020
Ep. 132 Be A Musher || Val Jones
Val Jones is a former professional figure skater turned leadership coach who shares how to lead from behind. In today’s episode, Jones shares the pains and gains of her figure skating career, how incremental steps lead to big advancements, and why mushers are exemplary leaders.
October 10, 2020
Ep. 131 Starting Fresh || Nichol Ng, Co-founder of Singapore Food Bank
Nichol Ng is the Co-founder of Singapore’s only Food Bank who shares how to keep a legacy while starting fresh. In today’s episode Nichol speaks out about:  Her treatment as a young female executive How to pivot digitally during a crisis  Why food can make all the difference Watch here to be notified of upcoming episodes:
October 6, 2020
Keep It Real Series #3 - How To Build A Movement with Your Brand -
Simon Mainwaring is the CEO of WE First Branding, Author of WE First, and the host of the Lead with We podcast who comes back on the Keep It Real series to help you build a movement with your brand.  Topics: Marketing, Purpose-Driven culture, Self-worth. RSVP for the next episode here:
October 2, 2020
Ep. 130 The Algorithmic Leader || Mike Walsh, CEO of Tomorrow
Mike Walsh is a global futurist, CEO of Tomorrow, and author of The Algorithmic Leader who urges us to be more probabilistic in an era of constant disruption. In today’s episode, Walsh outlines real disruption and how to reimagine your customer experience, how to be smart when machines are smarter than us, and what leaders need to learn in order to be comfortable with ambiguity. Buy the book: Watch Replay:  Email us at 
September 29, 2020
Ep. 129 Crossing The Fear Line || Siri Lindley, 2x World Champion Triathlete
Siri Lindley is a 2x world champion triathlete, cancer survivor, and current coach who shares how to overcome obstacles to win gold. Lindley was a tri-athlete in college but her sports were field hockey, lacrosse, and hockey. After attending a triathlon event Siri wanted to prove to herself that she could become best in the world. Without even knowing how to swim she dove in headfirst, trained and trained until she became best in the world. She now has a non-profit trying to rescue horses from the slaughterhouse, sign the petition today: Watch Live:
September 25, 2020
Ep. 128 Good Leaders Get Gratitude || Chester Elton
Chester Elton is a Real Leaders Top 50 Keynote Speaker, #1 best-selling leadership author, and Co-founder of Culture Works who claims that Good Leaders Get Gratitude. On today’s episode Elton shares: -Prolific examples of business leaders who credit culture change for their resilience -How work balance and work harmony differ -The common ingredients for an engaged workforce Watch here: 
September 22, 2020
Ep. 127 Who Is A Real Leader? || Jeffrey Hayzlett, CEO of C-Suite Network
Exceed conditions of satisfaction. Jeffrey Hayzlett is a best selling author, host of the All Business Podcast, and CEO of the C-Suite Network who helps you exceed conditions of satisfaction. In today’s episode, Hayzlett shares why picking a side is a good thing, how to pick the best person for the job, and that Real Leaders are those who get sh*t done. Watch on Crowdcast:
September 18, 2020
Ep. 126 Jump Out of Bed to Serve Your Customers || Blake Morgan, 40 Top Female Keynote Speakers
If Jeff Bezos can do it, so can you.  Blake Morgan is a customer experience keynote speaker who reminds you that you are in business to serve your customers. On today’s episode Morgan breaks down 3 questions real leaders should be asking themselves: 1. What would make your clients' lives easier and better? 2. Do you jump out of bed excited to serve your customers? 3. What technology is out there to improve your consumers' experience? Watch the replay: 
September 11, 2020
Ep. 125 Prioritizing Your Relationships
Relationship Economics® Advisor David Nour joins the show to share 16 signals that will determine the future of work, why storytelling is a  leadership competency, and that business leaders cannot cut their way to growth!  Join live on Crowdcast: RSVP for future live podcasts:
September 3, 2020
Keep It Real Series #2 - Are You Relevant?
Are you relevant? Simon Mainwaring, Founder, and CEO of We First Branding shares that this is the ongoing question for businesses and their brands if they want to become organizations of the future.  RSVP to ask your questions for any live interview with real leaders at:
August 30, 2020
Ep. 124 The Inspiring Story of Devon Still
Devon Still is a former NFL Defensive End, current cancer awareness advocate, and proud father who discloses the obstacles he overcame on his journey to the league, the playbook he used after his daughter was diagnosed with cancer, and his newfound purpose.  Get Involved: Real Leaders Impact Awards: Goal: 50 Reviews by 8/31.  Rate and review on Apple podcasts!!
August 27, 2020
Ep. 123 Agroforestry || CEO of Propagate Ventures, Ethan Steinberg
Ethan Steinberg is the CEO of Propagate Ventures who joins the show to educate us all on the long term benefits of agroforestry. In today’s episode Steinberg shares his concept of a quadruple bottom line, the history of agroforestry, and how farmers across the country are reacting to using traditional techniques.
August 24, 2020
Ep. 122 Moral Decisions || My Grandfather, Dr. Roger Gertenrich
Roger Gertenrich is a Korean war medic, former mayor of Salem, OR, and Kevin's grandfather who urges us all today to lead with our moral compass. In today’s episode, Bapa shares how to lead under pressure situations, the importance of building a base, and how to use your compass to get to where you’re going. Goal: 50 Reviews on Apple Podcasts by August 31!! Leave one today.
August 21, 2020
Ep. 121 Why The Crisis Will Only Get Worse || Roger J. Hamilton, Founder of Genius Group
Roger J. Hamilton is the Founder of Genius Group who claims a tsunami market crash is coming and leaders who don't prioritize their digital distribution will drown. In today’s episode, Hamilton explains the problems with printing too much money, how to accelerate the UN global goals, and that the mark of a good leader is how many other leaders one creates.  Crowdcast: Apply For The Real Leaders Impact Awards: Goal: 50 Reviews by the end of August, leave a review below!!
August 19, 2020
Ep. 120 50,000 Thoughts A Day || David Nurse, Author of Pivot & Go
David Nurse is an NBA Life Optimization Coach and Author of his new book Pivot & Go. Today he shares his journey from sleeping in a Walmart parking lot to working with the NBA’s best, how to live each day like the ultimate day, and why we shouldn’t sleep on sleep itself. Purchase David's Book Pivot & Go here:
August 16, 2020
Ep. 119 How To Kill Conformity || Lisa Bodell Real Leaders Top 50 Keynote Speakers
Lisa Bodell is Real Leaders Top 50 Keynote Speaker and the CEO of Future Think who believes the key to unlocking innovation in your company is by killing conformity. In today’s episode, Bodell shares the mindset of a futurist, a few techniques to kill your organization's rules, and how to break away from the day-to-day to pursue more meaningful work.  Watch Live: Real Leaders Impact Awards Early Bird Application: Goal: 50 Reviews By End of August. Please help and leave one below!
August 11, 2020
Ep. 118 Why Not You? John O'Leary || Real Leaders Top 50 Keynote Speakers
John O'Leary is a #1 National Best-Selling Author, Host of the Living Inspired Podcast, and Top Keynote Speaker who shares on this episode the difference between success and significance, how to practice being in the moment, and to ask yourself, "why not you?"
August 6, 2020
Ep. 117 5 Uncompromising Values || Larry Winget Real Leaders Top 50 Keynote Speakers
Larry Winget is known as the Pitbull of Personal Development® who joins the show to share why he’s discontent with the current self-help speakers, how it is up to you, and only you to change your ways and 5 values that are uncompromising.  Watch on Crowdcast:
July 30, 2020
Ep. 116 Fabien Cousteau, Life Below Water
Fabien Cousteau is a 3rd generation ocean explorer and aquanaut who is taking the next step in ocean exploration by venturing into the world’s largest and most advanced underwater research station. He shares his journey and hope for the future of life below water.    
July 28, 2020
Keep It Real Series - Simon Mainwaring #1
On the first-ever Keep It Real Series brand futurist, best-selling author, and global keynote speaker Simon Mainwaring joins the show. He is best known as the author of We First: How Brands and Consumers Use Social Media to Build a Better World and the founder and CEO of We First, a creative consultancy. Simon will be back on the show every month for more commentary.  Watch on Crowdcast:
July 25, 2020
Ep. 115 Where Does YOUR Burn Come From? || Ben Newman Real Leaders Top 50 Keynote Speaker
Ben Newman is a highly sought out performance coach, author, and host of The Burn podcast who believes your burn is what determines your purpose. On today’s show, Newman shares experiences that fuel his burn, how the key to changing your mind is through the heart, and that being real is what is missing in today’s business environment.
July 21, 2020
Ep. 114 True Happiness Is Inner Peace
Drew Hanlen is an NBA consultant, executive coach, and the CEO of Pure Sweat Sports who has forged his dream into a reality becoming the #1 coach for hoopers and executives who want to take their game to the next level. 
July 15, 2020
Ep. 113 Make Your Worst Day The Best Day
Michael Kuech is the Co-founder and CEO of Your Super who overcame cancer at 24 and is now on a mission to help consumers make healthier food choices and transform lives while doing it. Rate and review:  Subscribe for 25% using coupon code: podcast25 Receive 10% OFF any YourSuper products using code: RLP10 until 9/15:
July 13, 2020
Ep. 112 The Mindset Of A Successful Networker
Gil Petersil is a successful networking and mastermind coach who unveils the mindset needed to grow your network.  Watch on crowdcast:
July 10, 2020
Ep. 111 Tapping Into A Higher Consciousness
Staci Wallace is a faith-based leader and current executive vice president at VOXOX who in today’s episode helps you surrender to your emotions and stay in the moment. Rate and Review the show: Watch on YouTube:
July 8, 2020
Ep. 110 How To Navigate COVID-19 with 11,000 employees
Emily Murphy is the Administrator of the General Services Administration who lead her organization of 11,000 employees through the turbulent COVID-19 pandemic. 
July 6, 2020
Ep. 109 Honestly Expressing Yourself
David Kahl is the Founder and CEO of Fully a certified B-Corp. In today’s episode, Kahl unpacks his adolescence, the tipping point that spawned new beginnings, and the transformation of his business mindset. Great listen for anyone feeling stuck in their career and/or experienced something traumatic recently.
July 2, 2020
Ep. 108 Enter Into The World of the Unknown
Omar Shaikh is the co-founder and managing director of Global Ethical Finance Initiative who joins the show to interpret Milton Friedman’s essay on the Social Responsibility of Business, explore Adam Smith’s Wealth of Nations and how it applies to unchecked capitalism today, and ultimately discuss the humbleness and bravery that is needed to rethink today’s GDP construct and enter into the world of the unknown.
June 28, 2020
Ep. 107 EarthX's Trammell S. Crow Jr.
Trammell S. Crow Jr. is a long time successful Dallas businessman who founded EarthX to change the world by bringing environmental activism to his home town. EarthX is now the largest earth day event in the United States and in today's episode Trammell shares how to break bread with people across the aisle, the strides EarthX has made to change the world, and why the word “environment” should be apolitical. Watch on Crowdcast:
June 26, 2020
Ep. 106 One Tree Planted
Matt Hill is the Founder and Chief Environmental Evangelist of One Tree Planted. In this episode, Matt discusses the series of events that inspired him to start OTP,  how the reforestation efforts have impacted him, and the little things you can do to create massive change.
June 23, 2020
Ep. 105 Build A Healthy Home
Stephen Aiguier is the Founder and CEO of Green Hammer Design Build who gives you the tools to building healthy homes for a healthier planet. In this episode, Stephen shares the moments that spurred the idea of Green Hammer, the foundation for a healthy community, and the impact of bold leadership.  This interview was recorded on May 21, 2020.
June 18, 2020
Ep. 104 The Quadruple Bottom-Line
Rodrigo Baggio (YPO) is the Founder, CEO, and President of both Recode and Center for Digital Inclusion who proposes we can measure quadruple bottom-line. In today’s episode, Rodrigo shares what moment made him realize he could have an impact, his mentality when an obstacle comes in the way, and the power of meditation.
June 15, 2020
Ep. 103 CEO vs. Leader
Blair Kellison is the CEO of Traditional Medicinals who emphasizes purpose-driven leaders must change the values of the environment to change the people. In today’s episode, Blaire reminisces on his unconventional career path, how your values can create more value, and what separates a leader from a CEO. 
June 11, 2020
Ep. 102 The Components of Trust
Tom Matzzie is the Founder and CEO of CleanChoice Energy who shares why he decided to start a solar company, how to green the grid, and the components of trust.
June 7, 2020
Ep. 101 What Is Consciousness?
Dr. Divya Chander is the faculty chair of neuroscience at Singularity University and attending anesthesiologist at Stanford. In today's episode she shares what it means to be conscious, where it comes from, and what you can do to strengthen your mind.
June 4, 2020
Ep. 100 A Princess Found
The Princess of Sierra Leone was fostered from birth by an all-white family in West Virginia. Now, Princess Sarah Culberson shares her inspiring journey to reconnect with her Prince Father and the lessons she’s learned along the way. 
May 31, 2020
Ep. 99 Free Won't vs. Free Will
Shane Skillen is the CEO of Hotspex who breaks down the psychology of consumer decision making and what a company must do to survive the post-COVID era. In today's episode Shane shares why marketing is so effective, how to show strength in a post-covid-era, and if consumers have free will.
May 28, 2020
Ep. 98 Let's Talk About The Opioid Crisis
Mitch Prager is the Founder of Soberman's Estate a recovery center for those impacted by substance use disorder, alcoholism, or any behavioral health disorder. In this episode, Prager sheds light on the opioid crisis, how it has impacted his personal life and the road to recovery. If you or a loved one are experiencing hardship during the quarantine you can dial Mitch Prager's number 480-595-2222.
May 25, 2020
Ep. 97 Ingredients For Change
Matthew Wadiak is the Founder of both Blue Apron and Cooks Venture who shares today the ingredients of systems change. In today's episode  Matthew shares the forecast for food insecurity, why he decided to pursue regenerative agriculture, and the offshoots that come from pursuing big and bold ideas. Watch the live interview here: 
May 22, 2020
Ep. 96 Success vs. Significance
Mike Myatt is the Founder and Chairman of N2Growth who helps CEOs rethink their definition of success. In today's episode, Myatt shares how to train your mind to project a positive image, what painful moments in his life lead to his own growth, and the difference between success and significance. Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
May 18, 2020
Ep. 95 Coffee For First Responders
Luke Schneider is the Founder of Fire Department Coffee whose organization brews java for the hardest working people out there. And on today's episode, I asked Luke about his journey to becoming a firefighter, the similarities between leading in the line of duty and operating a company, and the ingredients in his coffee roast. If you want to try a cup of their famous coffee Fire Department is giving you all a discount for 25% off their coffee. Just head to their website and enter in coupon code: REALLEADERS one word at checkout. Receive 25% Fire Department Coffee at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
May 15, 2020
Ep. 94 Keeping More Women In the Kitchen
Joanna James is the director and filmmaker of A Fine Line a documentary empowering women to become leaders in and out of the kitchen and on today's episode Joanna shares what makes a good story, the struggles females face to become head chefs, and how restaurants will be impacted by this pandemic. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS  Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25  Subscribe on YouTube:
May 13, 2020
Ep. 93 Determining Your Path
Buddy Teaster, CEO at Soles4Souls joins the podcast today to explain the impact a shoe can have on the soul, what motivated him to switch to the nonprofit sector, and how to determine a path that gives you the most juice. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
May 11, 2020
Ep. 92 The Importance of a Strong Mission
Jamin Arvig is the founder of Tier1 Water and in this episode, he shares what his initial message to employees was amongst the news of a pandemic, how they are adapting, and the importance of a strong mission.
May 8, 2020
Ep. 91 Transitioning To Green
Pete Davis is the CEO and Co-Founder of Green Print a company who ranked on the Real Leaders Impact Awards and in today's episode he shares how companies with strong eco-missions are retaining more employees and customers, a few examples of organizations making forward-looking decisions, and if he thinks the green biz movement is just a trend. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
May 5, 2020
Ep. 90 Smiling Is A Language
Jean-Paul Laurent is the Founder of Unspoken Smiles and on today's episode, we ask Jean-Paul about what moment defined his career, how a toothbrush can brighten a kid's day and the challenges of dental care in poverty-stricken areas around the world.  Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
May 3, 2020
Ep. 89 Psychedelic Experience Leads To Business Philosophy
David Bronner is the CEO and Chief Cosmic Officer at Dr. Bronner's. In this episode, David’s experiences that have reconfigured his perspective of how business can be operated. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
May 1, 2020
Ep. 88 Patagonia Philosophy
Vincent Stanley, Director of Philosophy at Patagonia suggests the values of their hardware climbing company are still engrained into the decision making of the company. In this episode, Vincent shares the origin of Patagonia, how they see their role in society, and the secret to sustaining growth with environmental restrictions.  Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 29, 2020
Ep. 87 How Your Great Grandchildren Will Live In The Future
James Ehrlich is the Founder of Regen Villages, a spin-off company inspired in part by Stanford research during the Solar Decathlon. He shares on this episode his model for building self-sustaining villages, how COVID-19 will impact our lifestyle, and the downside of living in big cities. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 27, 2020
Ep. 86 Paul Stamets Redefines Darwinian Theory
Paul Stamets a world-renowned mycologist and ambassador for the fungal kingdom and in today's episode Stamets shares why fungi should have equal funding to technology, the misconceptions of psilocybin, and what Darwin got wrong. 
April 22, 2020
Ep. 85 Finding Your Balance
Roberto Milk is the co-founder and CEO of NOVICA the largest impact market place in the world providing talented artisans in emerging markets access to first-world consumers. In today’s episode, Roberto shares why he pursued this idea, what responsibility comes along with being the main source of income for families during a crisis, and ultimately how to find balance as a hardworking social entrepreneur. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 21, 2020
Ep. 84 Are Viruses At the Top of the Food Chain?
David Quammen is a renowned traveling scientific writer who wrote the thriller Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic in 2012 and the revelations in his books have now come true. Quammen shares today when he thinks the quarantine will end, how climate change impacts the spread of viral diseases, and ultimately who is at the top of the food chain.  Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 19, 2020
Ep. 83 World Wildlife Fund (WWF) On Going Beyond The Balance Sheet
Sheila Bonini is the Vice President of Private Sector Engagement at the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) who shares the importance of cross-sector partnerships, how companies can be stewards of the environment, and what leadership is needed to go beyond the balance sheet. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 18, 2020
Ep. 82 Staying Classy
Scot Chisolm is the Founder and CEO of, one of the largest online fundraising platforms for nonprofits. In this episode Scot shares why for-profits should act like nonprofits, the story behind his first sale, and what pressure comes along with early investment at age 24. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 16, 2020
Ep. 81 The Secret To Happiness
Jim Estill is the CEO of Danby Appliances who shares how a crisis can shift your mindstate and business. If you'd like a new perspective on how to motivate your staff during these times this is a great podcast for you. How do you learn a mindset of gratitude? How are leaders pivoting their roles during this crisis, and will the coronavirus change business as we know it?  Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 15, 2020
Ep. 80 Why Do We Recycle In The First Place?
Keefe Harrison is the CEO of The Recycling Partnership, who wants to set the record straight about the impact of Recycling.  What is the circular economy? Is recycling economically viable and why are we recycling in the first place?  Those questions answered on this episode of the Real Leaders Podcast. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 13, 2020
Ep. 79 Will Impact Investors Revive Capitalism?
Amit Bouri is the CEO of the Global Impact Investing Network (GIIN) who wants to make sure people are invested in more than just profit. What is impact investing? Can business owners handle their problems in socially constructive ways? How much more money needs to be allocated to impact investments to sustain the future? Find out on this episode of the Real Leaders podcast. Enjoy! Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 11, 2020
Ep. 78 Our Words Have Power
Josh Neumann is the founder of Kind Lips, the lip balm company on a mission to serve as a constant reminder for customers to say kind things. In this episode, Josh opens up about why he changed career paths, how his mission became his marketing and shares 3 powerful habits that changed his life. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 9, 2020
Ep. 77 Nunbelievable
Co-founders Kuda Biza and Bryan Janeczko join the Real Leaders Podcast to share why the world doesn’t need another Oreo, how nuns inspired them to bake social responsibility into their cookie company, and what leadership is needed from investors to help solve food insecurity. Nunbelievable is a direct-to-consumer baked goods company on a mission to provide 1 million meals to American soup kitchens by 2022. For every one dozen cookies they sell, Nunbelieable donates 2 meals. Buy a cookie, feed the homeless and receive 25% OFF your next order at
April 5, 2020
Ep. 76 The Great Reset
Gary A. Bolles is an internationally-recognized expert on the future of work and the future of learning. Bolles joins the show to make sure capital leaders find the courage to rethink the day-to-day after this virtual trial. What will the future of work look like?  What leadership skills does one need to possess? Find out on this episode of the Real Leaders Podcast. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 4, 2020
Ep. 75 Values Create Your Value
Kristin Groos-Richmond is the CEO of Revolution Foods which provides healthy school meals to children with no artificial anything. In this episode she explains why mission-driven companies are winning the talent war, how Rev Foods is addressing a $20 Billion market, and even some of the recipes she incorporated off the advice from Asian and Haitian parents. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
April 2, 2020
Ep. 74 Make Your Visions Come To Life
Joe Hart is the CEO of Dale Carnegie Training who notoriously wrote the book How To Win Friends and Influence People who shares why an 86 year-old book is still relevant, how a person's awareness and intention can be the key difference-maker in their life, and what the cost of inauthentic leadership is. 
April 1, 2020
Ep. 73 What Reagan Taught Me
Lisa Gable is the Former U.S Ambassador and now current CEO of F.A.R.E (Food Allergy Research and Education) who shares the focus from President Reagan, objective decision making, and how to thrive in a complex environment. Leave us a review if you enjoyed hearing from this leader. Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
March 29, 2020
Ep. 72 The Impact of Pandemics
Dr. David Bray, former  IT Chief for the Bioterrorism Preparedness and Response Program at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, lead the program’s technology response during 9/11, the 2001 Anthrax attacks, Severe Acute Respiratory System (SARS) in 2003, and other international public health emergencies. He joins the Real Leaders Podcast to talk about the response, nature, and impact of Pandemics.  Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS  Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25  Subscribe on YouTube:
March 25, 2020
Ep. 71 Remote Management During Quarantine
Julie Morgenstern is a productivity and organization expert who explains how to keep productivity high during times of uncertainty. As companies are forced to exile their employees from a central location the Real Leaders Podcast uncovers how managers can make sure their remote staff is staying connected. 
March 23, 2020
Ep. 70 Akon On Akon City, Uniting Africa, Crypto vs. Corruption
Akon is a world renowned R&B artist who shares today why leadership, cryptocurrency, and his city may just be the key to stabilizing corruption in Africa. Why is Akon taking matters into his own hands? How is he building his own city? What leadership skills does he possess? Find out on this episode of the Real Leaders podcast.  Receive 25% Nunbelievable Cookies at CODE: REALLEADERS Receive 25% Off Real Leaders magazine at CODE: podcast25 Subscribe on YouTube:
March 16, 2020
Ep. 69 Solar Keeps Good Pace
Alexandra Cooley is the COO of Greenworks Lending who explains why many commercial properties are adopting solar and how leadership and hiring adjusted as their startup grew to over 40 employees.
March 12, 2020
Ep. 68 The Multiplier Effect
Jodie Morgan is the CEO of GreenMantra, who comes on the show to share about the state of the recycling crisis and how robust this problem really is. GreenMantra is the first company in the world to upcycle post-consumer and post-industrial recycled plastics into synthetic polymers and additives that meet specific performance requirements for industrial applications. Use code: podcast25 at checkout to receive $18 off your first magazine 
March 9, 2020
Ep. 67 How To Influence Big Brands
Peter Van Stolk the Founder/CEO of both SPUD and FoodX who shares why big brands are looking to his company to save money by reducing their environmental impact. Leave a review below if you enjoyed this episode!
March 5, 2020
Ep. 66 Working Out Of A Bad Position
Josh Lannon is the CEO of Warriors Heart an in-patient recovery center for first responders and veterans. In this episode, Lannon shares with you the mentality of how to get out of a life or business hardship. Warriors Heart placed #48 on the Real Leaders Impact Awards.  Leave a review if you found this podcast helpful.    
March 3, 2020
Ep. 65 Run Toward Problems
Doug Bystry is the Founder, President, and CEO of Clearinghouse CDFI who shares with you the challenges disadvantaged communities face with receiving loans, the most difficult decision he’s ever had to make, and the importance of following your conviction.
February 27, 2020
Ep. 64 Dogma Is Deadly
Kevin Chin is the CEO and Founder of Arowana who shares what impact means to him, how culture eats numbers for breakfast and the importance of not letting your hubris get in the way of long-term growth. Subscribe to our YouTube Channel:
February 23, 2020
Ep. 63 Adoption Requires Trust
Tristan Louis is the President and CEO Casebook who shares his involvement in the creation of the internet, RSS feeds and what made him shift his focus to impact social workers and victims of welfare programs.
February 18, 2020
Ep. 62 Vision Stabilizes Turbulence
Scott Koloms is the CEO of Facilities Management Services who shares with you how to bake in social responsibility into your business, the growth that comes from employee retention, and the importance of refocusing your vision when fear sets in. Receive $18 OFF a year 1-year Real Leaders magazine subscription here.
February 17, 2020
Ep. 61 - 70 reasons Farmers Have To Save The World
John Denniston who alongside Tony Salas joins you today to share how their for-profit model is transforming the lives of smallholder farmers, regenerating the land, and closing the yield-gap. How will climate change affect their crops? What leadership is needed today to feed us in the future? Find out on this episode of the Real Leaders podcast.  Subscribe To Our YouTube:
February 13, 2020
Ep. 60 Solar Is A No Brainer
Trevor Hardy is the CEO of BlueWave Solar who shares with you the specific moment that led to his career change, the excitement for new solar energy storage integration, and the leadership needed for the next energy revolution. BlueWave Solar ranked #15 on the 2020 Real Leaders Impact Awards, a ranking of the 100 Top Impact Companies. You can see the full list here: Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel:
February 10, 2020
Ep. 59 Departure Creates Opportunity
David Young is the CEO of Participate Learning who shares with you the lessons learned from deciding to hand over the reins, the importance of becoming bilingual, and how his family values manifest in their company’s culture and customers. Learn more about Participate Learning by reading our free special edition here:
February 6, 2020
Ep. 58 People Are Purpose-Driven Beings
Jonathan F.P Rose is the President of Jonathan Rose Companies who shares people are purpose-driven beings,  how ancient civilizations can help far-sighted thinking, and the leadership needed in urban development. You can find more about Jonathan Rose Companies at Subscribe To Our YouTube Channel:
February 3, 2020
Ep. 57 Articulating A Specific Vision
Bryon Merade is the Founder and CEO of Caldera Medical whose organization set a goal to improve the lives of 1 million women in marginal communities by 2025. In this episode, he talks about impact, alignment, and the importance of articulating a specific vision. Caldera Medical placed on the 2020 Real Leaders Impact Awards 100 Top Impact Companies list. You can read more about their company and the 99 others here:
January 30, 2020
Ep. 56 Stedman Graham - Success Is Love
Stedman Graham joins the Real Leaders Podcast to share powerful leadership observations, 9 steps to help find your identity before you lead others, and defines success. 
January 27, 2020
Ep. 55 Overcoming Failure With Vulnerability
Jay Wilkinson, the Founder and CEO of Firespring, discovered after being fired by board members of his own company that it’s those who hold true to their values and roll with the punches that will inherit long-term success. Wilkinson shares in this episode that your purpose can act as a rutter for decision making, examples of capitalism not being used appropriately, and that leadership is, "instilling a vision to let people fulfill it." Wilkinson's company Firespring placed in the Real Leaders Impact Awards, a ranking of the 100 top impact companies. Listeners can receive 25% OFF their next Real Leaders magazine by entering in code: podcast25 at 
January 23, 2020
Ep. 54 Healthy Attitude = Engaged Employees
Mark Wilson is the Founder and CEO of Chime Solutions who shares with you his humble upbringings, the importance of creating a healthy attitude for employees, and strategies to create both an impact and profit. Claim your free special edition at
January 21, 2020
Ep. 53 The Ultimate Game: Life
How much longer does humanity have? Filmmakers, activists and producers Craig Leeson and Malcolm Wood share why they have dedicated their careers now to exploring the impact of climate change where it is most recognizable - glaciers. Learn more about their upcoming documentary at
January 17, 2020
Ep. 52 Nasa Expands On Purpose
Jim Adams is the former Deputy Chief Technologist at NASA and today he shares the 3 questions all scientists ask each other, how space has expanded his purpose and what NASA can teach us all. 
January 15, 2020
Ep. 51 Executing Ideas With Ba Minuzzi
Ba Minuzzi is the first Latina Founder and solo GP of a VC firm in Silicon Valley. In this episode, she shares with you the importance of having like-minded investors on board, the cancer of constant internal ideas, and the foreseeable future of emerging technologies. #RealLeadersPodcast #BaMinnuzi #LatinLeaders  Watch on YouTube here: 
January 9, 2020
Ep. 50 Final Straw CEO on Consumer Behavior and Education
Emma Rose is the Founder and CEO of Final Straw who started her career educating consumers about single-use plastic entering oceans. After attending Harvard's Extension School, she arrived on the idea to harness the plastic straw movement by creating a product that intends to be everyone's only straw. Her viral marketing video lead to a Kickstarter campaign that raised over $1.8 million. What responsibilities and lessons come with this funding? Find out, on this Episode 50 of the #RealLeadersPodcast.
January 1, 2020
Ep. 49 Existential Questions
Matthew Weatherly-white is the Co-Founder and Client Advisor of Caprock an investment advisory firm that handles over $4.5 billion dollars in client assets with $1 billion deployed in sustainable and impact investments. On our longest episode of the Real Leaders podcast, Weatherly-white breaks down the vocabulary of conscious capitalism related terms, whether capitalism can be updated, and leave business owners with one question they should think about before 2020. Learn more about Matthew Weatherly-white by visiting:  Receive 25% OFF our Real Leaders Impact Awards edition with coupon code: podcast25 or tap:
December 23, 2019
Ep.48 Weathering Naysayers & AI Predictions
Alex Fleiss the CEO and co-founder of Rebellion Research an AI-powered Robo-advisory firm that has continually outperformed the S&P 500 since 2007. Will machine learning overtake human investors? How will AI impact the labor market? And what is Rebellions Research boldest prediction? Find out on this episode of the Real Leaders Podcast. For 25% off our latest magazine use promo code: podcast25 at 
December 17, 2019
Ep. 47 Future of Data Security
Erik Rind is the CEO of ImagineBC, a data market access provider with a revolutionary concept to pay consumers for giving their information away without knowing the identity of the users on their decentralized network. Keep it real by signing up for our newsletter at 
December 13, 2019
Ep. 46 Never Go With Your Gut
Dr. Gleb Tsipursky is a Best-Selling Author, Consultant, Coach, Speaker, CEO, Philanthropist, and Neuroscientist who shares that our human instincts can lead to disastrous decision making. If you would like to be notified about upcoming releases please sign up to our Real Leaders podcast newsletter at
December 9, 2019
Ep. 45 Finding Your Blind Spots
Likky Lavji is a well-known business mentor, visionary, speaker, coach, and entrepreneur who helps people identify blind spots and live a life of congruence. In this episode, Likky shares his career journey, leadership lessons, and work culture advice. Access your free digital magazine today at 
December 5, 2019
Ep. 44 How to Eat and Beat Disease
Dr. William Li is a physician, scientist, and author of Eat to Beat disease a novel focused on activating your body's self-defense system. Dr. Li spent years researching a thesis of "why don't we get sick more?" In this episode, he explains the correlation between healthy foods and a strong immune system. #xMed #SingularityUniversity
December 1, 2019
Ep. 43 Food Waste Fortune Tellers
Keely Wachs is the Vice President of Communications and Impact at Zume, a company that appears to be organizing a smarter sustainable food system. Can predictive food analysis reduce the unforeseen increases in food waste and improve misdistribution? Will climate change limit our harvest cycles? How are military officials preparing? Find out on this episode. 
November 26, 2019
Ep. 42 Blockchains Role In Healthcare
Heather Flannery is the Global Lead at Consensys Health who shares what vulnerable life challenges lead to overcoming a distaste for healthcare, how the convergence of blockchain and machine learning technologies can lead to a more transparent and secure future, and what leadership concerns must be addressed when designing incentives for a new system.  Watch the full interview here on YouTube: 
November 22, 2019
Ep. 41 Staying True To Yourself
Ardy Arianpour is the CEO and co-founder of SEQSTER whose company accidentally fell upon a software that cracked the code of interoperability allowing healthcare providers and patients to access all of their personal health records in one common place. In this interview, Ardy shares the challenges of a siloed healthcare system, struggles of developing a startup, and the importance of leadership decision making. 
November 19, 2019
Ep. 40 10-year-old Ryan Hickman Leads Global Recycling Effort
Ryan Hickman is the Founder of Ryan's Recycling. Ryan began collecting bottles and cans for his neighborhood when he was 3.5 years old. 7 years later he has inspired a global community of citizens who are taking the extra step to make a difference. In this interview, Ryan shares his passion, journey, and advice to people of all ages who want to make a difference.  #Plastic #PlasticPollution #YoungRealLeaders
November 15, 2019
Ep. 39 Helping Fix The Recycling Crisis
Mitch Hedlund is the founder of the nonprofit organization Recycle Across America (RAA) and Recycle Across the World (RAW). In this episode of the Real Leaders Podcast she discusses the U.S. and global recycling crisis and the increasing epidemic of waste in oceans. Her solution involves implementing society-wide standardized labels on recycling bins to help solve confusion at the waste bin.  To join the standardized label movement, click the link below
November 13, 2019
Ep. 38 How Culture Attracts Culture
David Young is the CEO of Participate an organization that enables teachers and students of all areas to experience a fun education abroad. Many B-Corps are mission driven companies that tend to draw employees who share similar core values and interests, in Participates case they attract employees and students who crave new cultures. In this podcast David shares how Participates model has expanded to now over 450 locations. More episodes at 
August 8, 2019
Ep. 37 Why Solar Is Soaring
Chad Farrell is the Founder and CEO of Encore Renewable Energy who explains where the panels come from, how solar farms are financed and the leadership it takes to sustain a business. This episode was recorded during the Real Leaders Top 100 Impact Companies campaign that highlighted the top businesses who are making a difference.
July 31, 2019
Ep. 36 Inspire A Shared Vision
Episode 36 features Robert Acton, the CEO of Cause Strategy Partners who discusses board seat placement, managing pushback, setting a vision, and inspiring a shared vision. 
July 24, 2019
Ep. 35 CEO Gives Tour Of West Paw Inc.
Because who doesn't want to see how dog toys are made? Bear with us on audio experience as Spencer moves throughout the floor and try to visualize their massive machinery. If you’re at all interested in how West Paw brings these raw materials to life, head over to our facebook page @realleadersmagazine, go-to videos, and then episode 35 to experience the full virtual tour. 
July 18, 2019
Ep. 34 The Most Important Person In The Building
Who is the most important person in the building? We sit down with Scott Koloms the CEO of Facilities Management Services who thinks Janitors deserve to be in the discussion. This interview was recorded and published live to our facebook page @realleadersmagazine on January 22 during the Real Leaders 100 Top Impact Companies initiative. Let us know what you think or want to hear by leaving a review!
July 15, 2019
Ep. 33 Short Term vs. Long Term Thinking
John-Paul Maxfield is the Founder and CEO of Waste Farmers who believes long-term thinking fundamentally solves the needs of social and environmental problems. On this episode, we dive a little bit deeper about how short-term thinking has inhibited our success as a society. You learn more about his company at  
June 19, 2019
Ep. 32 Ecological Intelligence
We sit down with Aaron Fairchild, CEO of Green Canopy to learn how his mission-driven real estate group is creating a  competitive advantage in the housing market. When there are two homes that cost the same but one is environmentally friendly which one would you choose? Visit Green Canopy at 
May 30, 2019
From music to cryptocurrency, see how one of the world's most popular artists is harnessing his platform for good.  Majority of the public  know Akon as the artist who ruled the early 2000's hip/hop and R&B scene bringing us hit albums Trouble, Konvicted, and Freedom, but few are aware of his efforts to rebuild and restore the land he came from - Africa. Listen to the never before heard story of how he is activating Africa. Full story at Subscribe to our YouTube Channel:
April 23, 2019
Ep. 31 The Benevolent Dictator
Thomas Raffa, founder of Raffa-Marcum’s Nonprofit & Social Sector Group, shares his thoughts on shared value principles, what lead him to start a mission oriented company with quality services and how his group is benefiting from a shared leadership approach. This is a great interview if you are curious about how a company can reduce your turnover and lead with a shared vision.
April 16, 2019
Ep. 30 How To Change Minds
Kristin Carroll is the CEO of Rescue The Behavior Change Agency who was working for a major marketing firm in NYC when she realized she wanted to align her business acumen with positive behavior change. Rescue does this through health communications, policy change to try and shift environments that shift behaviors, altering social norms to ensure healthier behaviors become normal behaviors.  You can see the live interview by clicking on this link! 
April 8, 2019
Ep. 29 Empowering Leadership
Micro-powered design or MpowerD empowers emerging economies by extending clean and affordable energy to create opportunities from problems. On this podcast listen to why MpowerD started, how they are able to reduce costs to reach poverty stricken areas, and the overarching leadership qualities that propel this company forward.  See more online at 
April 1, 2019
Ep. 28 Celebrating Rejections-Lisa Kurtis, CEO Kuli Kuli
Founder & CEO, Lisa Curtis discovered a magical nutrient called Moringa in Niger, West Africa when she was 22 years old serving in the Peace Core. “I had never eaten anything that had had such a profound impact on my body”. The plant has now impacted more than just the consumer. Soon after, Lisa went on to raise all sorts of capital to hire women and men in South America, SE Asia, and Africa to produce and export her sustenance adding additional societal value to the supply chain by providing 1 world access to 3rd world countries, “it was really hard for me to get people to take me seriously. I got a lot of, `nice project little girl.’” Now, KuliKuli has raised over $10M, is located 445 stores and ranked #38 on the Real Leaders 100 list provided in the link in our bio. You can access Lisa’s full interview on Facebook: RealLeadersMagazine
March 28, 2019
Ep. 27 How Leadership Manifests In Your Products
Will Chen is the founder and CEO of P.L.A.Y., a San Francisco-based company that specializes in lifestyle pet products such as pet beds, toys and outdoor gear. P.L.A.Y. is one of the only three companies in the pet industry that is certified B Corp and their mission-driven approach has helped them achieved fast growth in the past few years. 
March 25, 2019
Ep.26 Life Before Social Entrepreneurism
Shannon Keith, CEO of Sudara, speaks about her passion for social entrepreneurship and the journey towards creating her ethical apparel brand. Sudara is a company that aims to help minimize sex-trafficking in India by providing options for women who would typically have to sell their bodies for survival. Working through organizations that offer training and job placement for such at-risk women, the company enables them to have a life of their own choosing. Pursuing business opportunities and fair trade, Shannon hopes that one day there will be no need for a distinction between business and ethics.
March 21, 2019
Ep. 25 Making Money From Waste
Rick Perez is the Founder and Chief Executive Officer or Avanguard Innovative, who helps manage, measure, and monetize your hidden green assets. The circular economy generates profit through reusing resources that have no negative environmental impact on the value chain. You'll hear Rick mention how his company has been successful because they were able to make waste valuable for businesses. Real Problems, Career Journeys, Leadership Lessons. See more at:
March 18, 2019
Ep. 24 The Governments Role In Emerging Economies with David Bohigian, CEO of OPIC
In this interview learn about how the government is taking action to improve emerging economies. David Bohigian is the Acting President and CEO of OPIC the Overseas Private Investment Corporation that provides direct loans and and partners with private equity investment fund managers to help American businesses and ultimately improve emerging economies. They do this by managing risk, allocating political insurance to ensure job growth and revenue streams that will not be affected by political interruption. They operate in over 160 countries around the world with more than 1/4 of those investments come from Sub-Saharan Africa.  At the time of this interview David was the Executive VP of OPIC (congratulations to David). See the live interview by visiting our podcast page here.
March 14, 2019
Ep. 23 Jack Sim, World Toilet Organization
2.5 billion people lack sanitation, when Jack Sim turned 40 years old he left the construction industry and decided to devote the rest of his life to social impact. He's now constructing a 65,000 sq. ft "World Trade Center" for the poor in Singapore that intends to coordinate and transform the world's 4 billion financially insecure into a massively efficient marketplace to end global poverty.  World Toilet Day was established by the United Nations, November 19th 2013 in efforts to increase awareness around sanitation problems in poverty-stricken areas. 
March 11, 2019
Ep. 22 Cultural Leadership
Ahad Ghadimi, CEO of Forums@Work opens up about how failure turned into meaningful insight that would forever shape his destiny. Over half of the US Workforce will work remotely by 2020, Forums@Work are company-peer groups who meet regularly in an open, honest, candid and safe setting with the purpose of becoming better leaders. The Forum members grow together by discussing leadership behaviors through powerful experience sharing and by supporting one another to take daily tiny actions to apply their learnings. Email OR see how you Forums@Work can improve your leadership culture now at  
March 7, 2019
Ep. 21 I Want to Impact 1 Billion Lives
Ting Shih is the co-founder and CEO of Click Medix whose company was founded with the intent to impact 1 billion lives.  Click Medix provides an all-in-one platform for underserved and uninsured patients to access medical professional advice and diagnosis with "one-click". Its business is a model for many aspiring social entrepreneurs who are focused on scaling their company to reach international citizens and impact millions of lives. Ting shares her account of how Click Medix came to be, how the Click Medix app serves patients and her advice to listeners.  You can find more information about Click Medix at: 
March 4, 2019
Ep. 20 We First CEO, Simon Mainwaring
Simon Mainwaring is the founder and CEO of We First, a creative consultancy that builds purpose-driven brands. Simon’s book, We First: How brands and consumers use social media to build a better world, is a New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and Amazon bestseller. It was named an Amazon Top Ten Business Book, 800CEORead Top Five Marketing Book, and strategy+business named it the Best Business Marketing Book of the Year. Want more purpose? Go to and enter in coupon code: Mainwaring50 to receive 50% any print or digital subscription.
January 10, 2019
Ep. 19 CMO of Barnana, Nik Ingersoll
A lot of social entrepreneurs struggle with maximizing profits and scaling their business but Nik Ingersoll is not one of them. Nik is the co-founder and CMO of Barnana the delicious bite-sized banana snacks that add environmental value to the supply chain by upcycling the 20% of bananas that would have otherwise gone to waste. Barnana is a certified B-Corp whose mission is to END FOOD WASTE and can be purchased online at Learn more at
December 21, 2018
Ep. 18 Troublemaker Turned Blockchain Millionaire
On this Episode 23 of the Real Leaders Podcast Jeremy Gardner talks about the lifestyle of a #blockchain millionaire, breaks down the potential of this technology, and pleads to young professionals "the bar was not set high for me growing up". #GonzoGardner #Crypto #Blockchain
December 20, 2018
Ep. 17 Self-awareness and Leadership
Rebecca Zucker makes leadership attainable. In this podcast, she tells you why we should focus on the positives more than the negatives. If you're looking for motivation this is for you.
November 16, 2018
Ep. 16 No Formula For A Leader
"Leadership is learning how to disappoint people at a rate that they can absorb". Leadership consultant, author of his book Rising to Power: The Journey of Exceptional Executives (2014), and former 2-time TEDx speaker Ron Carucci delivers a series of leadership testimonies including what all young leaders should know, the 4 pillars of leadership, and his advice for the next generation of leaders! Like this podcast? Connect with Ron at
November 16, 2018
Ep. 15 The Agritect
How much does agriculture play a role in climate change? This episode dives deeper into the world's food problem. Throughout this conversation, sustainable urban agriculture expert Henry Gordon-Smith explains to us the current solutions for food scarcity in urban environments, the high-risk traditional farmers are under, and inspiration for people who want to create change!
November 16, 2018
Ep. 14 Patent Secrets For Entrepreneurs
Ep.18 with Passage to Profit Show hosts Elizabeth & Richard Gearhart who are owners of Gearhart Law that specializes in intellectual property. On this episode, we dive into why and how to get a #patent, the terms of a Non-disclosure agreement, and a few #tips and tricks every #entrepreneur needs to know before they take their idea to production.
November 16, 2018
Ep. 13 Evolution of Purpose to Profit
Joanna is the founding executive director of League of Innovators who believes we can create enterprises that are not only profitable but create social and environmental value in the world - no excuses. For Joanna its all about building changemaking ideas from concept to reality, to big impact and she believes everyone [even you] has a role to play.
November 16, 2018
Ep. 12 Growing As a Leader
Karen Walker is a consultant, author, and advisor to CEOs and senior leaders. She helps her clients grow their companies with successful outcomes that include IPOs, acquisitions, market share increases, and significant leadership development. Her clients include Inc. 500 start-ups and Fortune 500 firms. Her work helps senior leaders create internal strategies that support their organizations’ external growth; and she is the author of the recently published book, No Dumbing Down - A No-nonsense Guide for CEOs on Organization Growth. No Dumbing Down is a book for a company’s senior-most leaders. It teaches them how to do a job only they can do: aligning the organization’s internal and external strategies for profitable, sustainable growth. Why do leaders need this guidance? The problem is misunderstanding what it takes to grow. In this podcast Kevin discusses with Karen what she's learned in her 20+ years of leadership consulting, how to get your company in alignment, and is a leader born by nature or is it nurtured?
November 16, 2018
Ep. 11 Take Your Leadership to the Next Level
Scott is president of The Eblin Group, a leadership development firm committed to helping executives lead and live at their best. As a recognized expert on leadership, global speaker, best-selling author, and executive coach, Scott works with many of the world’s best-known companies and organizations. For more than a decade, Scott's Book, The Next Level has been an indispensable guide to executive success. It reads like a series of conversations with a trusted coach who has brought together a cadre of successful senior leaders to deliver a master class on executive level best practices. With fresh insights throughout, this 3rd edition will help readers sustain their success over the long run with new information on how to develop a personal action plan for leading at their best by living at their best.
November 16, 2018
Ep. 10 Diaper Company Reduces Millions of Plastic Waste
Jason Graham-Nye, Co-founder of gDiapers tells the story of his sustainable diaper company to host Kevin Edwards and notes the trends he has seen from consumers and economies around the world to reduce plastic waste. In this interview, Jason talks about taking on an unexpected crisis, conscious consumption, and advice he has for young business owners! If you're interested in purchasing gDiapers to help eliminate the 50 million diapers a day that go into landfills in the US alone check out their website at: Subscribe to the Real Leaders Podcast at: !! #PlasticWaste #gDiapers #Sustainability
November 13, 2018
Ep. 9 Is Peace The Most Scarce Resource?
In Episode 9, Kevin sits down with Federico Rivas, a 26-year-old entrepreneur and real leader. In 22 minutes today you’ll learn about how growing up in a hostile country changed Federico’s definition of success, how his movement is driving change not just in El Salvador but around the world and is peace the most scarce resource on this planet?
October 15, 2018
Ep. 8 Chief Economist, Basketball, and Ethics
Chief Economist talks to our host Kevin Edwards about how transparency, ethics, and basketball all relate to business. If you don't like this podcast and want better questions leave us a review and have your question asked in our next interview! #RealLeaders #Economics
October 4, 2018
Ep. 7 Barbara Minuzzi, Brazilian Immigrant Generates Millions In Venture Capital
Barbara Minuzzi a Brazilian immigrant who faced discrimination at the workplace and came to America to lead a purposeful life capitalizing on biotech and blockchain to help solve the worlds biggest problems. #SuccessStory #VentureCapitalismAsPhilanthropy Music by: @kantsleep @kontempt
September 24, 2018
Ep. 6 Barney Swan, South Pole Survivor
This is the story of Barney Swan, the man on a mission to remove 320 million tons of Co2 out of the atmosphere by 2025 . On this episode #6 Barney tells you about his excruciating journey to the south pole, how that experience changed his outlook on life, what makes him get out of bed every morning, and advice for anyone out there who wants to create real change and become a real leader. Real Leaders Podcast now available on iTunes, Spotify, YouTube.
September 17, 2018
Ep. 5 Erik Anderson, Lifelong Leadership
Kevin sits down with Erik Anderson, Executive Chairman of Top Golf Entertainment Group, Singularity University, and the owner of West River Group. In this podcast, Erik expresses what makes a company purposeful, his advice to young professionals, and always, his definition of a #RealLeader. #Leadership #Advice #Entertainment #TopGolf
September 4, 2018
Ep. 4 Dioselin Gonzalez, Mixed Reality
Kevin sits down with Dioselin Gonzalez, the Senior Director of Engineering Mixed Reality Experiences at Microsoft who is implementing mixed reality into everyday jobs to solve the world’s biggest problems. In this podcast, Dio breaks down what mixed reality is and how it might improve the future of business. She’s an intelligent and cheerful leader who is paving the future of business. #MixedReality #AugementedReality #Leadership
September 4, 2018
Ep. 3 Pablos Holman, Hacking for Good
Kevin sits down with Pablos Holman who is a futuristic badass hacker redefining how business approaches the worlds biggest problems. In this podcast, he takes you inside the mind of a hacker, what he’s doing to eradicate malaria as well as harness nuclear waste to supply the world with enough energy for 1,000 years. He’s a genuine guy with big dreams to make all of our lives better.
September 4, 2018
Ep. 2 Vishweswar Eswaran, 15 y/o sustainable farming
Kevin sits down with Vishwe, a 15 y/o stud from India who found that since the 1990's more than 300k farmers have committed suicide in India alone due to crop failure. This podcast talks about how he is solving that issue. #RealLeaders
September 4, 2018
Ep. 1 Tricia Stevens, LUSH Handmade Cosmetics
In our first ever episode, Kevin talks shop with Tricia Stevens from LUSH Handmade Cosmetics to talk about the secret sauce to how LUSH connects with their customers, hires and maintains employees like Tricia for 20 years, and utilizes #TRANSPARENCY to their advantage. Our listeners will receive free magazines using promo code: FreeMag Find us on social media: Instagram & Facebook @realleaders.shortcuts YouTube: RealLeadersMagazine
August 13, 2018