Welcome to the Catalytic Leadership Weekly, where each week 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:
Have you ever thought about the power of the right words spoken by the right person at just the right time? Our guest, Jonathan Rivera, a faith-driven entrepreneur and a leader who leads with love, shares his story of transformation from a high school dropout to a successful entrepreneur. Don’t miss this episode if you’ve ever wondered about the profound impact of words and the importance of leading with love.
We dive into Jonathan’s unique perspective on prioritizing one’s day around four F’s – faith, fitness, family, and finances. He sheds light on the mystery behind his morning ritual of a rosary and coffee, revealing how this routine sets the tone for his day. You’ll also hear about Jonathan’s continuous journey of leadership development, fueled by resources such as podcasts, books, and biographies.
Listen in as Jonathan shares his struggles, triumphs, and the crucial lessons he’s learned along the way.
3 Books I’m Reading This Week
Extreme Ownership: How U.S. Navy SEALs Lead and Win by Jocko Willink
Becoming Coachable: Unleashing the Power of Executive Coaching to Transform Your Leadership and Life by Scott Osman, Jacquelyn Lane, and Marshall Goldsmith
2 Quotes That Grabbed My Attention
“Opportunity is missed by most because it is dressed in overalls and looks like work.” –Thomas Edison
“The great aim of education is not knowledge but action.” — Herbert Spencer
1 Resource That You Might Find Helpful
“Selecting leaders based on valid success criteria and using more science-driven and standardized methods, will allow distinguishing transformational from pseudo-transformational leaders, despite the thin and misleading border existing between the two.” Check out Emeric Kubiak’s excellent article in Psychology Today on asking the right questions.
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