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Millennial Leader's Podcast
47 minutes | Jul 23, 2014
ML 13: Justin Miller
It has been so much fun for me to interview the leaders of tomorrow. This week I want to bring you the journey of Justin Miller. Justin is the Executive Director of Care for Aids a non profit that "seeks to meet both the physical and spiritual needs of HIV-positive Kenyans by mobilizing local churches to care for those suffering from this disease." I know I say I enjoy every conversation but I really did enjoy speaking with Justin. He is incredibly humble and quick to acknowledge he doesn't know it all. I love his honesty and passion for where God has him. What we dive into: We are not a profit driven generation, becoming a student of leadership, what a coaching leader looks like. Favorite Quote: "Your capacity to learn determines your capacity to lead." Contact: Website: Careforaids.org Twitter: @careforaids Personal Email: Justin@careforaids.org Facebook Page If you feel led to give: Donate
30 minutes | Jul 8, 2014
ML 12: Jonathan Pearson
Want to know someone who is helping equip this generation? Meet Jonathan Pearson! He has a passion to equip this generation with skills and tools to dream big and lead well. We dive into some great topics in this podcast as we explore what it means to honor previous generations and handle technology. He is the co-creater of www.millennialleader.com a website that seeks, among many things, to bring a community of leaders together on the web. Make sure to check it out. Jonathan is also the author of Next Up: 8 Shifts Great Young Leaders Make. We dive into his thoughts on what this generation needs to do in order to become the next generation of leaders this world desperately needs. He will be a blessing to you! Let's go!
47 minutes | May 18, 2014
ML 11: Helena Ramirez
1. Why is it important that millennials step into leadership roles? a. Thinking differently- What about….. b. Get the best teams around you possible c. It is all about relationships d. Maximize every opportunity to meet people.
45 minutes | Apr 24, 2014
ML 10: Gabrielle Jackson
Gabrielle Jackson is the founder of The Millennial Solution a consulting firm that actively works with companies to retain, grow and motivate millennial employees. She has great insight on leading and equipping millennial leaders. Gabrielle shares some very powerful quotes to get you thinking! Enjoy! How do you define millennial leadership? We accept it as apart of our identity. Leadership is having a sphere of influence. Our sphere is as much physical as it is digital. Why is it important that millennials step into leadership roles? Doors of leadership will be open to us today. We aren’t leaders of tomorrow but leaders today. What is one timeless Leadership principle you live by? The power of mentorship.Thomas Edison, “ I only see as far as I do because I stand on the shoulders of giants” If you could tweak the principle to add a millennial twist, what would that be? To not be intimated by seeking out mentors. We want 2-way mentoring. Ex. The school bus.
60 minutes | Apr 13, 2014
ML 09 : Jamal Sowell
Jamal Sowell (Bio) is the special assistant to the President of the University of Florida. In the past, Jamal has served as student body president @ The University of Florida, a Captain in the Marine core and a leader in the emerging scholars project. You will not be disappointed by the wisdom and leadership Jamal lives out every single day and that is evident in this conversation. For the full context of our convo make sure to download the podcast from iTunes or stream it below. Enjoy! Why is it important that millennials step into leadership roles? If not us then who? What is one timeless Leadership principle you live by? Whoever exalts himself, will be humbled. Seeking Mentors. If you could tweak the principle to add a millennial twist, what would that be? YOLO! What was your first recollection of experiencing great leadership? His father: one of the 1st 20 African American graduates from University of Florida – Served in Vietnam as a retired lt. Colonel in the Army.
52 minutes | Apr 8, 2014
ML 08: The Millennial Leader's Guide to Social Media w/ @ScooterSchaefer
Scooter Schaefer is not only a good friend but really good at his job. He currently manages social networks with over 4 millions Facebook fans and 200,000 twitter followers! This guy know his stuff and will be a blessing to you as you look to grow your social media presence. Scooter has great insight and experience with how to start, grow and manage your social media networks. Here are some of the topics we touched on: Value of having an online presence The advantage millennials have on social media. Acting naturally on social media Practical ways to avoid mixing your personal and work accounts The right attitude towards social media How to handle the “oops” tweet. Steps we should all take to getting started on twitter! The key to social media! Is social media like being back in a high school classroom? How to use lists and the advantages of being on smaller lists. The next generation of social media Want to connect with Scooter? Twitter @scooterschaefer
59 minutes | Apr 1, 2014
ML: The 5 Millennial Myths w/ Gabrielle Jackson
Want to know what makes millennials tick? Or how about the best practices on managing them? Either way Gabrielle Jackson tackles the the 5 myths you hear everyday about millennials. Join us as she breaks down her new book and how you can better understand the millennial generation. Get Gabrielle's book on Amazon: 5 Millennial Myths: The handbook for managing and motivating Millennials Want to connect with Gabrielle? Website: www.millennialsolution.com Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Twitter: @SaysGabrielle
45 minutes | Mar 19, 2014
ML 07: Josh Duggar
Meet Josh Duggar, a millennial leader who has had to learn at a young age that the world doesn’t revolve around him. With 19 brothers and sisters you have too! He is now the Executive Director of FRC Action in Washington DC. I really enjoyed speaking with Josh and two things specifically jumped out at me. First, was when he mentioned the need for leaders to be meek. I think meekness may be one of the most overlooked traits of our time. Second, was his commitment to character. We need more men and women of character! In this podcast we cover: Looking beyond yourself to serve others Meekness – Power under control Servant leadership Humility Character Why we need principled leadership Resources: Jim Sammons Financial Freedom Seminar Connect: Twitter: @joshduggar Facebook www.frcaction.org
50 minutes | Mar 16, 2014
ML 06: Theon Hill
Theon hill is a 28 years old with a PHD in Communications. He went to school a Bob Jones university and while it was a tough environment, at times, he wouldn't have traded his experience there for anything. Today, Theon is a professor who is very passionate about young men in juvenile facilities. He shares about how adversity has shaped his character and leadership and how role models have made him into the man he is today. In this podcast we touch on: What happens when passion runs out? Mentoring - and how he pursues new ones! (Hint: He gets on a plane!) Embracing failure Making a way Pursuit of what you believe to be right And my apparent love for the word pragmatically which I use a lot in this podcast! Resources 1.A Call to Excellence (Critical Issues Series) 2. Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap...And Others Don't
50 minutes | Mar 10, 2014
ML 05: Gavin Rollins
Meet Gavin Rollins a millennial leader who was the youngest elected official in Keystone Heights history. His passion for his community is contagious. Fast forward a couple of years and Gavin is running again. This time he is running for a commissioner seat in Clay county. This may be the best content rich podcast to date! In this podcast we touch on: Building a team Finding a way! How the military can shape your leadership. How to handle criticism Humility Resources: 1. The Seamless City: A Conservative Mayor's Approach to Urban Revitalization that Can Work Anywhere 2. Never Eat Alone: And Other Secrets to Success, One Relationship at a Time 3.
34 minutes | Mar 9, 2014
ML 04: Nick Troiano
Meet Nick Troiano, potentially, the 1st millennial member of Congress. Nick is a leader who has a passion for civic engagement and social change. I really enjoyed our conversation as Nick shares his story and how he has development into the leader he is today. Some of the topic we touch on are: Importance of Great Relations Failing forward Practice, Practice Practice! Resources: Check out Nick's Website to support him and connect!
38 minutes | Mar 7, 2014
ML 03: Marcus O' Malley
Marcus O' Malley is pretty fearless. After building a successful business in college, he left all of it to move to Africa and find what God had in store for him. After Africa, Marcus returned to the United States and began to build another business when he accepted a position with the same company he sold before he left for Africa. Marcus is a great guy and I know his wealth of knowledge will be a blessing to you. Topics: Mentors Trust Quantitative Data How well do you now yourself? Read fiction? Yep! Contact Info: LinkedIn - www.linkedin.com/in/marcusomalley/ Email: email@example.com Resources: 1. Blink by Malcom Gladwell: Blin
35 minutes | Mar 3, 2014
ML 02: Jamie Jackson
Meet Jamie Jackson a millennial leader who has already retired from one industry to begin a career in another. Jamie reminds us the importance o f working hard, enduring in tough times and how big a role mentors can play in your life. Jamie shares some great professional and personal advice we can all learn from! Highlights: Chase your dreams Learn how to produce endurance in your professional life. Seek a mentor. Learn how to be a servant leader. Resources: Dr. Joseph Umidi - Life Forming Coach John Maxwell Resources Bobby Hill - Vanguard ministries
41 minutes | Feb 27, 2014
ML 01: Sentell Barnes
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