In this interview with John Eades you’ll learn about great leadership. He teaches leaders how to lean into their strengths and improve their soft skill weaknesses because it helps a leader thrive and grow their culture. You’ll also learn how we can utilize our emotions and act upon them in a healthy way.
Highlights from the interview:
- Being an authentic person and leader.
- Show up and do what we say we can do.
- Peeling away the armor to be a better leader.
- Why we care about what others think.
- We lean on caring about what we can control. Being relentlessly focused on what we can control.
- Showing up with great empathy.
- Why we must work on our inner voice to help us become more kind and compassionate.
- If we are fragile inside then it’s going to rip us apart.
- How he processed his thoughts and emotions after he stepped off the stage after he bombed in front of the audience.
- Using the growth mindset to improve as a speaker.
- How he views his inner voice as a connection to God.
- How science has shown that we need to struggle to thrive in our lives.
- The simple idea that challenges will change us.
- The faith that he has helps him stay focused on what is important.
- How being smaller has helped him succeed in life.
- The power of taking notes.
- Figuring out how to review your notes to improve how you remember and implement the ideas that come to you.
- The importance of observation.
- Choosing how to act upon our emotions.
- Leaning into strength based skills.
- Learning to improve the soft skills that are weak for us.
- Why vision is the most underutilized leadership skill.
- Finding your deeper purpose besides serving yourself.
- What he is working on to become a better dad.
- How his spiritual practice helps him stay centered.
- What John’s most impactful book, podcast and essential tool that he uses to stay focused on what truly matters.
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