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#CEO Podcast: How the Self-Powerment Model Maximizes Your Potential (with Faye Mandell)

September 25th, 2020|Being CEO, Coaching, Crisis, Leadership, Life Lessons, Podcast, Women|

Dr. Faye Mandell joins John to discuss… How to help your team become their best selves and A simple framework for being present as a CEO.

#CEO Podcast: CEO Rule Number 1 — When You Go In, You Must Go All In. (with Dip Patel)

August 10th, 2020|Being CEO, Coaching, Diversity, Founding, Leadership, Podcast|

Walking away from a promising career at Lockheed to attend MIT was definitely not in the original plan. But for Dip Patel, it was only the beginning.

#CEO Podcast: Why All Great Leaders Find Time for Solitude (with John Belizaire)

June 20th, 2020|Being CEO, Coaching, Leadership, Life Lessons, Podcast, Tribe Vibes|

In this episode, join me as I explain how (and why) you should make solitude a core-component in your leadership strategy. Learn why effective leadership depends on solitude.

#CEO Podcast: CEO Coach – Why Everyone Needs One (with Bob Cramer)

April 13th, 2020|Being CEO, Coaching, Management, Podcast|

The greatest athletes of all time all have had coaches. So, why wouldn’t the greatest CEOs have coaches, too? Five-time CEO turned coach Bob Cramer sheds light on the role a coach can play in a CEO’s journey.

Trillion Dollar Coach: A Chat with Bob Cramer

April 12th, 2020|Being CEO, Coaching, Interviews, Management|

Some of the best athletes in the world have a coach. It seems counterintuitive that a strong CEO would need a coach. But I have to tell you; it’s probably one of the most important things you can do as CEO to grow your skillset, get better at your craft, to grow personally and professionally.   

How One New System Can Make You a Superhuman CEO: A Chat with Bouzha Cookman

September 15th, 2019|Being CEO, Coaching, Insurtech, Leadership|

About 8-years ago, I boarded a flight from JFK to make my way to an island about 30 miles south of Cape Cod, Massachusetts. It was a welcome break. I was attending a small, annual, invitation-only gathering of the northeast’s

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