035 The Journey towards Mastery- An interview with Classical Percussionist Mike Tetreault

“Your ability to master something — and your ability to stand in the tension of what mastery takes — is based on your ability to hang out on the plateau

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034: Strategy in the Fight Against Human Trafficking with Jeremy Vallerand

Human trafficking is the second largest and the fastest growing criminal enterprise on the planet. It’s an industry estimated to be worth $150 billion dollars. “We are seeing criminal networks

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033: Taking the Leap: An interview with Wild Rock Founder & CEO Kristin Golliher

Sometimes we are the last to see something about ourselves. Kristin would say that was true of her. “I was in denial about being an entrepreneur,” she says. But as

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032: Leadership & Emotional Intelligence- An interview with Gary Ewen

“Leadership” is a hot word these days. It seems like every week there is a new book about leadership on the New York Times Best Sellers list. “We have gotten

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031: Culture, Social Media & Empathy with Skye Jethani

Skye Jethani is an award-winning author, speaker, consultant and ordained pastor. He’s a wealth of knowledge and insight into our current culture and the context of the church within that

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030: The Power of And: Feedback, Creating and Creatives–an interview with Jesse Oxford

The Power of And: Feedback, Creating and Creatives–an interview with Jesse Oxford Jesse Oxford is all about curiosity. “It’s important to stay curious. A lot of times we have a

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029: The Greater Good: An interview with Sam Donnelly

 The Greater Good: An interview with Sam Donnelly Sam Donnelly is a LifePlan and StratOp Guide at Paterson who has spent the last twenty years serving in the U.S. military,

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028:  The Value of Legacy: An Interview with Arlin Sorensen

 The Value of Legacy: An Interview with Arlin Sorensen Arlin Sorensen is passionate about legacy. “We are all going to have a legacy. We can have one that we design

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027: The Importance of Your Story: An interview with Jen McLain

The Importance of Your Story: An interview with Jen McLain Many non-profits face the challenge of continual change— in their staff, in their programs, in starting new initiatives and ending

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026: Scaling Growth and Structure — A Conversation with Nature Nate’s COO Robert Turner

Scaling Growth and Structure –A Conversation with Nature Nate’s COO Robert Turner Most leaders know that company growth can be good; but it can also be the thing that kills

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