Podcasts

Dr. John Jackson

Episode 15: Everything in Leadership Rises and Falls With Relationships, with Dr. John Jackson

You won’t want to miss today’s guest on The People Catalysts’ Podcast, Dr. John Jackson. John is the President of William Jessup University in California. He is an author, speaker, and industry expert in leadership. Listen in as we discuss his philosophy that everything in leadership rises and falls on relationships.

Dr. Jackson has over 30 years of experience working with executive leadership, churches, and with both non-profit and for-profit organizations. He is a leader, speaker, author, and consultant with proven expertise in strategic leadership, leadership development, financial management, and organizational alignment. Dr. Jackson believes strongly in equipping transformational leaders to influence the seven mountains: family, church, business, education, healthcare, government, and arts to the glory of God. His passion is motivating personal and organizational transformation by leveraging high-capacity leaders in networking environments to extend their reach and results.

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Bob Burg

Episode 14: Shift Your Focus, with Bob Burg

Don’t miss today’s guest on The People Catalysts’ Podcast, author, speaker, and business leader, Bob Burg. Bob is the author of many books on sales, marketing, and influence. Listen in on our conversation of my favorite book of Bob’s and learn how your income is equal to how many people you serve and how well you serve them.

Bob Burg is a sought-after speaker at company leadership and sales conferences sharing the platform with everyone from today’s business leaders and broadcast personalities to even a former U.S. President.

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Don Osmond

Episode 13: The Value of Being Authentic, with Don Osmond

You won’t want to miss today’s guest on The People Catalysts’ Podcast, Don Osmond. As the son of Donny Osmond, Don learned a lot about marketing growing up in the media and entertainment spotlight. He’s taken those lessons and moved elements of his learnings to the business world. Listen in as we discuss the three key relationship elements you must have in any successful marketing campaign.

Marketing professional, speaker, and writer Don Osmond focuses on authentic marketing to help businesses develop sound branding strategies. Widely regarded as a marketing and communications thought leader, he works with clients to develop the genuine narrative of their companies, which becomes the foundation for their branding and messaging. Son to international entertainment icon Donny Osmond, his approach to marketing incorporates lessons from the entertainment industry. After years of education and experience, he knows firsthand that good marketing requires truth-telling and invitation, not spin. Don believes that authenticity is the only true value proposition that a company can offer, so he serves his clients by developing genuine story-based marketing and authentic marketing strategies. Don lives in Austin, Texas with his wife Jessica and two tiny storytellers-in-training, Truman and Leo. He loves hiking, biking, and camping, all of which are easily accomplished in this city full of green spaces.

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Solocast Episode #4

Episode 12: The Job of A New Leader: Fit & Sequence, with Karla Nelson and Allen Fahden

On today’s episode of The People Catalysts’ Podcast, join my co-host Allen Fahden and I as we discuss the one thing leaders completely miss when working with their team: the importance of fit and sequence.

Anyone who knows Karla Nelson describes her as an experience. She is as close as a human being can ever be to a human doing. It’s simple. She finds an idea that’s different and valuable, and then she builds it with a team. Swiftly, and relentlessly. She does this by a rare process of how to fit people together, that goes far beyond just connecting them. Karla has built several businesses since her early twenties and learned that in business and in life, “Relationships Are Everything.” And now she has put it all in a form that’s easy to learn and use: The People Catalysts.

When the world zigs, Allen Fahden zags. His first book introduced the unifying theory of creativity. Using his own method he created the one-book bookstore, and got media exposure in front of 50 million people without doing anything. Next, he launched the first strength-to-strength work process that gets three to eight times more done in less time. He beat Gallup and the Strengths Finder by five years. One company used his method to take their division from $20 million to $60 million in two years, while the rest of the company was flat. His clients include Jeff Bezos of Amazon, and dozens more.

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Solocast Episode #3

Episode 11: Critical Strategies for Change, with Karla Nelson and Allen Fahden

We all agree that technology is changing everything and you'll have to adapt or your business will be rendered irrelevant. Don't miss this episode of The People Catalysts Podcast where my co-host and I discuss the critical four strategies you must be aware of to make change so you can keep the change.

Anyone who knows Karla Nelson describes her as an experience. She is as close as a human being can ever be to a human doing. It’s simple. She finds an idea that’s different and valuable, and then she builds it with a team. Swiftly, and relentlessly. She does this by a rare process of how to fit people together, that goes far beyond just connecting them. Karla has built several businesses since her early twenties and learned that in business and in life, “Relationships Are Everything.” And now she has put it all in a form that’s easy to learn and use: The People Catalysts.

When the world zigs, Allen Fahden zags. His first book introduced the unifying theory of creativity. Using his own method he created the one-book bookstore, and got media exposure in front of 50 million people without doing anything. Next, he launched the first strength-to-strength work process that gets three to eight times more done in less time. He beat Gallup and the Strengths Finder by five years. One company used his method to take their division from $20 million to $60 million in two years, while the rest of the company was flat. His clients include Jeff Bezos of Amazon, and dozens more.

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Solocast Episode #2

Episode 10: How to Find the Early Adopters, with Karla Nelson and Allen Fahden

Anyone who knows Karla Nelson describes her as an experience. She is as close as a human being can ever be to a human doing. It’s simple. She finds an idea that’s different and valuable, and then she builds it with a team. Swiftly, and relentlessly. She does this by a rare process of how to fit people together, that goes far beyond just connecting them. Karla has built several businesses since her early twenties and learned that in business and in life, “Relationships Are Everything.” And now she has put it all in a form that’s easy to learn and use: The People Catalysts.

When the world zigs, Allen Fahden zags. His first book introduced the unifying theory of creativity. Using his own method he created the one-book bookstore, and got media exposure in front of 50 million people without doing anything. Next, he launched the first strength-to-strength work process that gets three to eight times more done in less time. He beat Gallup and the Strengths Finder by five years. One company used his method to take their division from $20 million to $60 million in two years, while the rest of the company was flat. His clients include Jeff Bezos of Amazon, and dozens more.

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Welcome Back

Episode 9: Putting the WHO-DO Method in Place in Small to Mid-Size Companies, with Karla Nelson and Allen Fahden

Anyone who knows Karla Nelson describes her as an experience. She is as close as a human being can ever be to a human doing. It’s simple. She finds an idea that’s different and valuable, and then she builds it with a team. Swiftly, and relentlessly. She does this by a rare process of how to fit people together, that goes far beyond just connecting them. Karla has built several businesses since her early twenties and learned that in business and in life, “Relationships Are Everything.” And now she has put it all in a form that’s easy to learn and use: The People Catalysts.

When the world zigs, Allen Fahden zags. His first book introduced the unifying theory of creativity. Using his own method he created the one-book bookstore, and got media exposure in front of 50 million people without doing anything. Next, he launched the first strength-to-strength work process that gets three to eight times more done in less time. He beat Gallup and the Strengths Finder by five years. One company used his method to take their division from $20 million to $60 million in two years, while the rest of the company was flat. His clients include Jeff Bezos of Amazon, and dozens more.

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Mark Haney

Episode 8: Key Strategies for Growing Your Business, with Mark Haney

Mark is a serial entrepreneur and investor who's built several multi-million dollar companies. In the nineties, he purchased a video rental store business and grew it to twelve locations. A few years later, Mark, with his brother, acquired a professional video and surveillance reseller which they grew to over $200 million in annual revenue and nearly 300 employees. In 2010, Mark led the merger of the two largest independent security distributors in the US resulting in a company with annual sales of over $400 million. The combined group is now part of the largest security distributor in the world.

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Clifton Anderson

Episode 7: Creating a Deliberate Culture, with Clifton Anderson

Clifton Anderson is Founder and CEO of Treasure Holders International, which was founded to empower highly successful individuals to match their business mind with a leader's heart. As an executive coach, he has guided business leaders throughout the world to achieve remarkable results and lasting influence. Prior to forming his own consulting firm, Clifton served as a senior executive of three world-class, multibillion-dollar companies including serving as Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of The Wonderful Company, which owns Fiji Water, POM Wonderful, and Teleflora, among other brands. He reached this position 17 years faster than the typical CFO of a major company. Clifton has been retained by such organizations as General Electric, Dell, Microsoft, Hewlett-Packard, Amgen, First Solar, Broadcom, Amerijet, and the City of Commerce. He has advised dozens of diverse industries in twenty-five countries on four continents. He holds an M.B.A. from the Wharton School, where he received the prestigious Dean Patrick Harker Leadership Award - the highest honor bestowed upon a graduating student. Clifton resides in Southern California.

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Greg Zlevor

Episode 6: How to Create a Good Team Dynamic, with Greg Zlevor

Greg Zlevor is the CEO, President, and Founder of Westwood International, a consulting collaborative that's reimagining what it means to lead wisely in a global age. Westwood's signature, global-scale action learning programs and change management initiatives have energized the vision of global brands like Johnson & Johnson, Kimberly-Clark, Volvo, Pfizer, the Singapore Police Force, BARD and General Electric.

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