Missed any of our podcasts last month? Or just can’t get enough of them? Say no more – we got you!
Here, we’ve rounded up every podcast from last month for at-your-fingertips easy access and your listening pleasure.
How to Think Like a Fortune 500 Company with Kendra Lewis
In this episode, we sit down with Kendra Lewis, who became a mom as a high school senior and faced many challenges early in her life. Pushing herself to rise above what others said while facing homelessness and doubt, Kendra worked full-time while going to night school. She eventually graduated with three degrees, created multiple businesses, and has worked for some of the largest Fortune 500 companies in the world.
However, working for a Fortune company was not her dream. Her mission was to work with small businesses. She wanted to help entrepreneurs launch their ideas into the world – and that’s exactly what she’s doing today! Join us this episode as Kendra shares her passion to transform small businesses.
How Great Sales Teams Scale Organizations with Scott Leese
In this episode, we’re joined by Scott Leese. Scott is here to talk about building a successful sales team while leading it as a small business. Scaling sales teams is a challenge. So many products or companies fail because teams didn’t figure out a few key ingredients.
When it comes to sales, Scott Leese is the man. Not only is he an author, and we will talk about his book – Addicted to the Process – but he’s the founder of both Scott Leese Consulting and The Surf and Sales Summit. He is a Strategic Advisor to companies around the world and was recently named one of the Top 25 Sales Leaders to Know.
Today, Scott works with domestic and international companies to develop sales strategies and processes to take them from zero to 25 million.
Here, Scott gives all of us the best tips to find the right salespeople who can grow your team and eventually your business.
How to Set Personal Goals as a Business Leader
In this episode, we’re going to discuss how to set personal goals as a business leader.
So often, leaders set business goals before planning their personal goals. This doesn’t allow for much flexibility when it comes to building your dreams outside of your organization – your life is already spoken for! And too often this leads to lives driven by business rather than values.
We want you to win in your organization and personal life. In order to win, you must find balance. Too much of anything is never a good thing. Just as your business would fail if you only focused on your hobbies, your personal life will suffer if you put all of your efforts into your organization.
So here, we’ll help you set goals for not only your business but you personally. We want you to stay focused on what truly matters to you.
How to Leverage Your Executive Assistant Part 1
In this episode, we want to help you better lead your organization by learning to leverage your executive assistant in more effective ways.
And here to join us for this conversation are none other than our very own executive assistants, Kate Sawtelle and Melissa Lawrence. They’re ready to help us unpack the ways their support has made all the difference to the way we lead.
There is definitely no “I” in this team. They have helped us navigate through the good, the bad, and the ugly. We wouldn’t be able to lead our organization well without the support and leadership of our own executive assistants.
It’s easy to find yourself in the weeds of running your business, but knowing the right time to lean into your team is essential to maximizing your organization’s growth.
So in this episode, we will share ways to effectively leverage your EA so that you can get better organized and lead with more freedom.