In this episode of The Transformative Leader Podcast, I’m pleased to be speaking with seasoned entrepreneur, leadership consultant, speaker, and kindred spirit, Jeffrey Deckman. Jeffrey is an internationally recognized thought leader and award-winning author in the emerging field of Conscious Leadership. Since 2005, Jeff has been a leadership and organizational performance consultant with his company, Capability Accelerators, where business owners and executives take their organizations and leadership teams to the next level using twenty-first century processes. Jeff is also an avid student of many spiritual traditions and a stage 4 cancer “thriver,“ and his brings his depth of experience to bear in his teachings and his practice.
Dear readers and followers,
I am writing to let you know that, going forward, I will no longer be posting my weekly blog posts every Thursday. After almost 4 years of posting every single week, we have come to the end of an era!
In this episode of The Transformative Leader Podcast, I’m speaking with digital media and creative consultant, business coach, and entrepreneur, Josh Cary. Josh is better known as the Hidden Entrepreneur, because he spent 40 years hiding the best parts of himself, afraid to take ownership of the skill, talent and ability that was desperately trying to surface. Today, Josh helps his clients 'unmask' themselves by leading them through poignant, important, and direct coaching conversations, as well as through hosting The Hidden Entrepreneur Podcast.
It happens to the best of us. From time to time, we feel stuck and our strength to move forward depends on the level of clarity we have about the causes and potential effects of our current circumstances. That clarity doesn’t always come, and so we aren’t always sure what to do next. Dwelling on potential causes of the setbacks we experience generates regret about our own actions and/or resentment toward others. Letting our imagination get the best of us relative to all the bad things that are going to possibly happen creates worry and fear. And trying to let the past go or trying not to worry, although well-intentioned, do not carry the day unless we find a way to gain clarity and look at our current circumstances through an objective lens.
In this episode of The Transformative Leader Podcast, I’m speaking with internationally recognized business success coach and author, David Neagle. A former high school dropout, David survived a harrowing near-death experience as a minimum wage forklift driver and came out on the other side completely liberated. Right then, he decided that he was going to begin the journey to transform his life, and transform it he did!