Follow My Lead with John Eades: Developing the Leaders of Tomorrow

Every week on the Follow My Lead podcast, John Eades interviews exceptional leaders to extract their secrets and best practices to transfer knowledge to the leaders of tomorrow. The show focuses on helping modern professionals be better prepared to lead themselves and lead others. Popular topics include: Leadership, Management, and Motivation
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Jan 31, 2017

“One Flap From a Butterfly’s Wing Can Cause a Hurricane Around the World.”  In season 6 Episode 7 we are joined by Toussaint Romain.  He serves as an Assistant Public Defender, an Adjunct Professor, and is actively involved in his community. 

He received national recognition for the role he played in working for peace during major rioting in Charlotte, NC. But as he tell us in the show this has been his work long before some highly publicized nights. Our conversation is authentic, real, and pushes the boundaries on what most would consider a comfortable conversation… 

- Why changing the race narrative is so important

- What can and should be done in both black and white communities

- Why challenging out implicit bias is critical

- What the 4 most important letters in Leadership really are.

- What's the difference between giving and offering vs sacrifice

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Jan 24, 2017

“You have within you every quality of success necessary to be successful.” In season 6 episode 6 we are joined by Tom Ziglar.  Tom is the CEO of the Zig Ziglar Corporation. He is a sought after presenter, speaker, and author. Tom has taken the foundation his father, Zig Ziglar built and brought it into the modern generation.

We covered a lot of ground in our discussion including:

- Why momentum is so important in organizations

- The concept of Will, Skill and Refill

- Why everyone is born to win

- Why mindset is so important to becoming successful

- What holds people back from achieving greatness?

- How to prepare the way for others

- Why we all have the capacity to do more than you think you can

- Tom’s favorite lesson from Zig

- The power of the “Mental Model and Perfect Start”

- What is the fastest way to success?

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Jan 17, 2017

"Bosses have workers and leaders have followers." In season 6 episode 5 we are joined by Mack Story.  Mack believes everything rises and falls based on leadership. He is an experienced leadership coach, trainer and speaker who is a John Maxwell certified leadership trainer as well as the author of 9 leadership books.

We covered a lot of ground in our discussion including:

- The difference in bosses vs. leaders

- The productivity improvement that happens when people choose to follow

- Difference between growth mindset vs. goal mindset

- Why most companies lose top talent

- Why top leaders lose their growth mindset

- Why it’s so important to be intentional professional

- What’s the rule of 5

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Jan 10, 2017

"You are capable of achieving so little by yourself, so taking care of your team is critical" In season 6 Episode 4 we are joined by Tom Bilyeu the Co-founder of Quest Nutrition, Creator of Inside Quest, and now CEO and Host of Impact Theory.  

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We covered a ton of ground in our discussion including: 

- Why you always have to be moving the goal post on yourself

- Why it’s important you put maximum effort in

- What are you going to be the best in the world at?

- Why persuasion is so important in leadership

- Persuasion is far less intellectual and far more emotional

- Why the 3 layers of the brain is so important

- Wellness is a 360-degree endeavor

- Why community is so important in business and life

- Why self-belief is so important

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Jan 3, 2017

"How you start your day absolutely matters."  In season 6 episode 3, we are joined by Bob Beaudine. He is the most influential man in sports you've never heard of and the CEO of the most successful search firm in pro and college sports. If that wasn't enough, he is a sought after keynote speaker and best-selling author of The Power of WHO and 2 Chairs."  

You can check out the Power of Who and 2 Chairs or follow Bob on Social Media @yougotwho:

In our discussion we covered:

- Why everything you were told about getting a job is a lie

- What the most successful people have in common

- Why you have WHO People

- Why there is something great in everyone

- And much more...

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