Welcome to the Catalytic Leadership Weekly, where each Monday you’ll get an update on the newest episode of the Catalytic Leadership Podcast, see the 3 books I’m currently reading, read 2 quotes that grabbed my attention this week, and find 1 story that made me think or resource that I like and think you might find helpful.
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This week’s episode of the Catalytic Leadership Podcast:
What is work/life balance & how do you accomplish it?
What self-development advice would you give a teenager?
How do you build confidence?
This week on the podcast, William talks with Annie Delre, a nationally board certified Health and Wellness Coach who has worked with hundreds of clients to help them achieve a life of confidence, wellness, and success. Her mission is to empower all women to be strong, independent and confident!
Along with multiple certifications, she earned her Bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a Master’s degree in Integrative Wellness Coaching. Her certifications include: Integrative Wellness Coaching, Life & Success Coaching, Neuro-linguistic Programming (NLP), Clinical Hypnotherapy and Emotional Freedom Technique (EFT).
Originally from New Jersey, she now calls beautiful San Diego, CA her home.
Schedule a free 45-min “Confidence & Clarity” call with Annie where you can discuss your goals and challenges. This session is lightning focused on a goal & an action step or two to leave with to accomplish that goal / overcome that challenge. Book your call with Annie today at https://calendly.com/anniedelre/45min
3 Books I’m Reading This Week
CEO Excellence: The Six Mindsets That Distinguish the Best Leaders from the Rest by Carolyn Dewar, Scott Keller, and Vikram Malhotra, Senior Partners at McKinsey and Company
Executive Coaching with Backbone and Heart by Mary Beth O’Neill
The Growth Mindset Coach by Annie Brock and Heather Hundley
2 Quotes That Grabbed My Attention
“The three keys of successful transformation are leadership, talent and culture. Talent works at the speed of culture.” —Renata Lerch
“We spend a lot of time with leaders telling them what to do, but we don’t tell them what to stop.” —Marshall Goldsmith
1 Story That Made Me Think
A wonderful mentor of mine once gave me a copy of Developing the Leaders Around You by John Maxwell. In that book, John writes about Dale Carnegie, who was a master at identifying potential leaders. Once he was asked by a reporter how he had managed to hire 43 millionaires. Carnegie noted that the men had not been millionaires when they started working for him. They had become millionaires as a result. The reporter next wanted to know how he had developed these men to become such valuable leaders. Carnegie replied, “Men (and women) are developed the same way gold is mined. Several tons of dirt must be moved to get an ounce of gold. But you don’t go into the mine looking for dirt. You go in looking for the gold.”
How can you develop people into valuable leaders?
Look for the gold.
It’s not hard to see dirt and find that – anyone can do that.
Leaders look for the gold in people and help bring it out.
The more you look for, the more you will find.
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