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Corporate Competitor Podcast

What do most Fortune 500 executives have in common? They learned important lessons on the fields and courts of their high school and collegiate sports teams. This is true for both men and women. Ernst & Young found that a whopping 94% of women holding a C-suite position, played sports. Join 11-time New York Times Best-Selling Author Don Yaeger on his journey to sit with some of the brightest executives in the world as we discuss how sports shaped their professional trajectory in life.

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AOL Founder Steve Case asks: Imaginer or Manager? The one thing entrepreneurs must consider
Ep. 176: Steve found himself on the basketball court with Barack Obama growing up in Hawaii! His competitive spirit was on display when he co-founded AOL and lead the second largest merger of all time with the blending of new media AOL and old media Time Warner. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.  Special thanks to Ethan Salzberg and Francisco Nunez for making this episode possible.
25:27 4/17/24
StretchLab President Verdine Baker gives you 5 ways to foster meaningful relationships at work
Ep. 175: Soccer shaped this leader who joined StretchLab when there were three franchise locations. Today, there are more than 400 studios across North America and 900 licensed locations globally, making them the global leader in assisted stretching. He offers numerous tips including: How to use the first minute of every meeting to “humanize” the context and put everyone in a more open and collaborative mindset. Creating daily, weekly, and monthly meeting rhythms that provide timely and relevant contexts for decision-making. Why your organization’s vision, purpose, and values need to come down off the wall and into your personal and team day-to-day conversations. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time, Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team toward personal and professional greatness. Special thanks to Libby Klemeyer and Meredith Grimm for making this episode possible.
37:33 4/10/24
Best-selling Author Jon Gordon shares “The One Truth”
Ep. 174: Cornell Lacrosse shaped Jon Gordon who recently released The One Truth: Elevate Your Mind, Unlock Your Power, Heal Your Soul. We discuss ways to keep your team connected, including specific techniques. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and a leadership activity for your team to connect by sharing a hero, hardship, highlight, hope, and something hilarious. Click here to download the bonus resource. +Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.  ++Special thanks to Samantha Clark and Vince Jones for making this episode possible
32:21 4/3/24
Cisco Executive Rachel Barger says: Always keep an open door
Ep. 173: Field hockey at the University of Delaware and Team USA shaped Rachel’s competitive spirit and teamwork skills that help her lead a dynamic team across 17 countries. You will learn:  Four questions she asks employees to foster positive learning conversations with her team. The best way to identify a “diamond in the rough” who may be hiding in your business. How to implement and maintain an open door policy in a hybrid work environment. “Make it super clear you want them to reach out to you … then actually get back to them,” said Barger. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. --- Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.  Special thanks to Ethan Salzberg and Francisco Nunez for making this episode possible.
38:33 3/20/24
Former P&G CEO Bob McDonald says: Leadership is the most valuable – and scarce – resource in the world.
Ep. 172: Football and baseball shaped Bob whose 33 years working for P&G culminated in his role as Chairman, President, and CEO. Under his leadership, P&G added nearly one billion people to its global customer base, and its stock price increased by 60 percent in his four years as CEO.  Following his career at P&G, Bob was selected by President Obama to head the Department of Veterans Affairs. While at the helm of the VA, Bob was able to help transform the agency into one that truly delivered better care for our Military veterans. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Lessons include: The small but impactful ways to be intentional about setting high standards of behavior from the top of the organization.  How to choose the harder right instead of the easier wrong. Deploying what McDonald calls ‘The 5 E’s” to optimize your organizational capability. Links mentioned in this episode: Elizabeth Dole Foundation Every Cure West Point Association of Graduates Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team toward personal and professional greatness. Special thanks to T.J. Percell and Brian Schnorr for making this episode possible.
47:44 3/13/24
Deion “Coach Prime” Sanders on How to Elevate and Dominate: 21 Ways to Win On and Off the Field
Ep. 171: To celebrate our new book that hits shelves March 12th, Coach Prime and I discuss the mindset that keeps him highly motivated – and highly motivating – after an impressive career. This Pro Football Hall of Famer played 14 seasons in the NFL and nine seasons in Major League Baseball. His 1992 World Series appearance makes him the only athlete to play in both a Super Bowl and a World Series. Now he is developing young men into leaders as the football coach at University of Colorado. In this episode and BONUS LEADERSHIP RESOURCE, lessons include: 5:00 How to “make confidence your natural odor” 8:30 The doubters Deion faced at an early age 10:30 Emphasizing "team" in a system where individuals are drafted and compensated 12:30 The unexpected place where Deion played his best football 17:00 How he turned time on the Aflac set into a mentoring moment with Nick Saban 19:00 Why time is your most valuable "coin" 23:00 Distinguishing between great skill and great leadership 30:00 Coaching someone to excel in their existing strengths Special thanks to Samantha Clark and Francisco Nunez for making this episode possible.
43:34 3/6/24
MasterClass Founder & CEO David Rogier asks: What is your “best failure” of the week?
Ep. 170: Pickleball fuels the competitive fire of David Rogier who founded the streaming platform that makes it possible for anyone to watch or listen to hundreds of video lessons taught by 200+ of the world's best. In our conversation and DOWNLOADABLE BONUS RESOURCE. You will learn: 5:00 The extraordinary lesson about education passed down to him by his grandmother, a Holocaust survivor and inspirational figure behind MasterClass 10:00 Behind-the-scenes stories of the first three signings: Serena Williams, James Patterson, and Dustin Hoffman 15:00 How to practice and test before you go big 20:00 Why Sara Blakely inspired David to send out a company memo talking about the “best failure” of the week 25:00 The difference between what people say they want and what people actually want based on their actions—and why you need to measure both. 28:00 How to find out what really matters to your customer so you can make their first experience as easy as possible Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time, Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team toward personal and professional greatness. Special thanks to Ethan Salzberg and Francisco Nunez for making this episode possible.
40:06 2/28/24
Longtime Celebrity Cruises CEO Lisa Lutoff-Perlo: How to make your comeback stronger than your setback.
Ep. 169: She was the first woman to lead the multi-billion-dollar global company and shares her success didn't come easily. Today we discuss the lessons in her new book, Making Waves: A Woman's Rise to the Top Using Smarts, Heart and Courage.  Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.  Special thanks to Ethan Salzberg and Francisco Nunez for making this episode possible.
40:28 2/21/24
Vistage CEO Sam Reese says: If you want to grow as a leader, box yourself in.
Ep. 168: CU Boulder Track and Cross Country shaped this CEO who runs a coaching and peer advisory organization for small and midsize businesses. Today, more than 45,000 members in 35 countries rely on Vistage to help make better decisions for their companies, families, and communities. Learn how to set personal goals around the “Six F’s” of family, finances, function (your job), fitness, faith, and future. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time, Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.  Special thanks to Meredith Grimm and Vincent Jones for making this episode possible.
42:16 2/14/24
Super Bowl Champion David Tyree shares lessons learned before The Helmet Catch
Ep. 167: Giants Wide Receiver David Tyree’s “helmet catch” immediately went down as one of the iconic moments in Super Bowl lore, but did you know it likely wouldn’t have happened had Eli Manning and Tyree not “connected” earlier as colleagues and teammates?  Incredible athletic feats such as this are what Super Bowls are made of; but behind such feats are unseen examples of leadership that create the conditions for them to happen. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time, Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team toward personal and professional greatness. Special thanks to Francisco Nunez and Samantha Clark for making this episode possible.
29:57 2/7/24
Dexcom CEO Kevin Sayer says: To inspire feedback, start by saying: “Help me!”
Ep. 166: Basketball shaped the CEO at the helm of the global leader in real-time continuous glucose monitoring for people with diabetes. Kevin’s days coaching have taught him the value of teamwork– lessons he applies to his 8,300 Dexcom employees that go to work to accomplish the mission of empowering people to take control of their health. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time. Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness. Special thanks to Tommaso Martone and Samantha Clark for making this episode possible.
42:43 1/31/24
Spire Global CEO Peter Platzer challenges you to grow your “change muscle.”
Ep. 165: Squash shaped this “ex-Wall Street businessman” who quit his job at age 42 and enrolled in the International Space University to pursue his dream. In this episode you will learn how to: Determine the right pace of change for yourself and your organization. Interview new hires for culture as well as competencies using the “two-value” technique. Instill a growth mindset through the principles of autonomy, mastery and purpose. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.  Special thanks to Kyle Smedley and Francisco Nunez for making this episode possible.
36:43 1/17/24
Google Executive Sarah Madden Armstrong says: Nobody can honor boundaries they don’t know about
Ep. 164: Georgetown Volleyball shaped this leader’s career, which includes 20 years at The Coca-Cola Company, where she led Worldwide Agency Operations across 200 countries and was recognized as one of Advertising Age’s “Women to Watch.”   In order to create a positive work-life balance, she learned how to set boundaries — but with one proviso. “Boundaries aren’t of any value if you don’t share them,” she noted. “People can’t honor boundaries they don’t know about.”   Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource.   Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.    Special thanks to Tommaso Martone and Ryan Tevlin for making this episode possible.
37:41 1/3/24
Tampa Bay Partnership CEO Bemetra Simmons says: To lead you must have a coachable spirit
Ep. 163: College basketball shaped this leader who was an executive at United Way Suncoast and enjoyed a lucrative career as a banking executive at Wells Fargo and BB&T before landing at Tampa Bay Partnership.  “True competitors aren’t actually trying to beat someone else,” she shared. “They are trying to be the best that they can be, and the byproduct is that they beat other people because they're assessing themselves against where they want to be.” Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.  Special thanks to Daniel Kehn and Samantha Clark for making this episode possible.
36:41 12/20/23
Creator of The Miracle Morning Hal Elrod teaches you how to achieve level 10 goals
Ep. 162: Hal was told he would never walk again, and ten years later he ran an Ultra Marathon. The new “Updated & Expanded Edition” of his book The Miracle Morning outlines his six-step morning ritual.    Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource.   +Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.    Special thanks to Tommaso Martone and Ryan Tevlin for making this episode possible.
40:03 12/6/23
Walmart Executives taught Top Rancher Bob McClaren: “You’re Never too Big to Seek a Little Advice”
Ep. 161: 44 Farms CEO Bob McClaren spent a decade as the president of business operations for the Houston Astros of Major League Baseball before taking over his family’s cattle ranch.    Today he keeps the art of ranching alive with his partnership with Walmart, serving the highest quality beef to his customers for more than five generations as one of the largest Angus breeders in the United States.   Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource.   Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.    Special thanks to Lauren Stecker and Samantha Clark for making this episode possible.
36:20 11/22/23
Coach K offers two questions you should ask to elevate team performance
Ep. 160: In his 42 seasons at Duke, Coach Mike Krzyzewski built a dynasty that few programs in the history of the game can match. He is the winningest, five-time national champion and NCAA record 13-time Final Four participant. As the head coach of the U.S. Men’s National Basketball Team, he brought home six gold medals. So you might say that Coach K knows a little something about getting “buy-in” from his team. “You have to put yourself in a position to have conversations and build relationships with people,” he shared in this episode. “I spent more time near the locker room complex than in my sixth-floor office because I knew that would lead to impromptu discussions.” Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. + Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time, Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team toward personal and professional greatness. ++ Special thanks to Lauren Stecker and Samantha Clark for making this episode possible.
37:34 11/8/23
Best-Selling Author Daniel Pink says: We overvalue intensity and undervalue consistency.
Ep.159: “Being a professional is doing what you love to do even on days you don’t love doing it,” Daniel shared. This motto has netted him seven New York Times bestsellers, including his latest, The Power of Regret: How Looking Backward Moves Us Forward. His books have been translated into more than 40 languages, and have sold millions of copies around the world.  Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time? Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness. Special thanks to David Beira and Lauren Stecker for making this episode possible.
37:35 10/25/23
SMAC Entertainment CEO Constance Schwartz-Morini says: If you aren’t invited to the table, create your own.
Ep. 158: The leader who manages Erin Andrews, Deion Sanders, Michael Strahan, and Tony Gonzalez, joins the show to discuss how confidence and gratitude can co-exist to make you a better leader.  Constance shared that several important early lessons in leadership were learned through her own sporting experiences. A 95-pound softball player in high school who didn’t see a lot of at bats, she says she was proud to be a backup and “bench cheerleader.”  “It doesn't matter how great I play my position if the team loses,” she said. “And that's what we instill in our team.” Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.  Special thanks to Meredith Grimm and Lauren Stecker for making this episode possible.
40:04 10/11/23
Former NFL QB Christian Ponder says: In moments of transition, focus on these four things
Ep. 157: Christian co-founded The Post with former Under Armour President Justin LaRose, an organization dedicated to the proposition that athletes offer a unique set of experiences and skills that make them promising candidates for leadership after they’ve hung up their cleats.   In the podcast, Christian shares lessons learned through a lifetime in sports about finding a sense of identity, purpose and community, including why hating to lose can be a better motivator and teacher than loving to win.    Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource.   Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team towards personal and professional greatness.    Special thanks to Lauren Stecker and Nico Finol for making this episode possible.
29:45 9/27/23
Entertainment Mogul Scooter Braun asks: Why not you?
Ep. 156: College basketball shaped this CEO of HYBE America, and founder of SB Projects. Scooter focuses on what sports has taught him about getting the upper-hand on adversity in business and in life including: How to play a four-quarter game in business, just as in basketball. The difference between a failure and a pit-stop in the journey of success. Learning to love the bad moments in life as much as the good ones Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Looking for a speaker for your next event? From more than 30 years of interviewing and studying the greatest winners of all time Don offers these live and virtual presentations built to inspire your team toward personal and professional greatness.  Special thanks to Ethan Salzberg and Francisco Nunez for making this episode possible.
33:40 9/13/23
Beacon Pointe CEO Shannon Eusey asks: Do you welcome a little bit of combat?
Ep. 155: University of California Irvine Volleyball shaped the co-founder of the largest female-led Registered Investment Advisory firm in the United States. “I think athletes know what it takes to win,” Eusey said in the podcast. “And I think the reason they know what it takes to win is because they've experienced what it takes to lose. Today she expresses her competitive fire through running marathons but also by encouraging her team to challenge each other – and her – to make the whole team better. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. If these lessons resonated with you, connect with me and my team at maxwellleadership.com/don and together we can next-level your company culture!  Special thanks to David Beira and Daniel Kehn for making this episode possible.
38:20 8/30/23
Super Bowl Champion Michael Oher offers advice for When Your Back’s Against the Wall
Ep. 154: My co-author whose life inspired the hit movie The Blind Side is back with an inspiring and motivating book on overcoming any obstacle, no matter how tough the odds! Click here to order the book! The next chapter of Oher will be about positively impacting young people who are like he was before the world ever heard of this warm-hearted giant of a man.  Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. Special thanks to Francisco Nunez and Vincent Jones for making this episode possible.
32:49 8/8/23
Chicago Cubs Co-Owner Todd Ricketts says: Never expect anything you don’t earn.
Ep. 153: This prominent businessman serves on the board of directors at TD Ameritrade, a company founded by his father, and acquired by Charles Schwab in 2020.  Whether it is financial services or sports, Ricketts is a big believer in the power of culture, a belief that was reinforced after he donned a fake beard and glasses on Undercover Boss.  Working odd jobs around Wrigley field, Ricketts discovered something that vindicated his family’s focus on culture: “a contagious love for the organization.” The leadership lesson, said Ricketts, is as clear and crisp as a walk-off homer: “People should seek to be a part of something bigger than themselves and have a love for the organization in which they work.”  Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. If these lessons resonated with you, connect with me and my team at maxwellleadership.com/don and together we can next-level your company culture!  Special thanks to Lauren Hafner and Samantha Clark for making this episode possible.
26:26 8/2/23
Performance Psychologist Jim Loehr says: Know your stress limit so you don’t come apart
Ep. 152: Baseball and tennis shaped this co-founder of the Human Performance Institute. In the episode and BONUS RESOURCE Jim shares his philosophy and practical approaches to building healthy and high-performance teams, including: Listening to the most important coach no one hears but you.  How to reset your energy to be fully present and positive at work and at home. Keeping that engagement-promoting hormone oxytocin flowing through your team. If these lessons resonated with you, connect with me and my team at maxwellleadership.com/don and together we can next-level your company culture!  Special thanks to Cade Stransky and Daniel Madden for making this episode possible.
39:43 7/19/23
Blue Angel Pilot turned Navy Federal Executive Keith Hoskins says: Compartmentalization isn’t always a bad thing
Ep. 151 REWIND EPISODE: College football shaped Keith Hoskins whose Navy career included serving as Commanding Officer for Naval Air Station Pensacola, where he provided leadership oversight for more than 25,000 military and civilian personnel. You will learn incredible lessons in collaboration, character, and why compartmentalization isn’t always a bad thing Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. If these lessons resonated with you, connect with me and my team at maxwellleadership.com/don and together we can next-level your company culture!  Special thanks to Francisco Nunez and Lauren Hafner for making this episode possible.
34:17 7/5/23
EY Americas Center for Board Matters Leader, Kris Pederson says: You can grow professionally through the power of saying “yes”
Ep. 150: Swimming shaped Kris who climbed the corporate ladder at PwC and IBM before arriving at Ernst & Young. You will learn how to build effective coaching and mentoring into your daily routine. Kris is a recipient of Consulting Magazine's Lifetime Achievement Award and she brings a wealth of knowledge to the table, acquired throughout her career and enhanced by her MBA from Harvard Business School. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. If these lessons resonated with you, connect with me and my team at maxwellleadership.com/don and together we can next-level your company culture!  Special thanks to Ethan Salzberg and Lauren Hafner for making this episode possible.  
39:05 6/21/23
Infosys Consulting CEO Andrew Duncan says: To lead you must stay humble
Ep. 149: Rugby, golf, and fishing have shaped Andrew, whose clients have included Amazon, Google, and Microsoft. He received international acclaim as a leading figure in his industry from Consulting Magazine and teaches why humility is a leader’s most potent leadership trait. Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. If these lessons resonated with you, connect with me and my team at maxwellleadership.com/don and together we can next-level your company culture!  +Special thanks to Kyle Smedley and Lauren Hafner for making this episode possible.    
34:58 6/7/23
Visa Global Sponsorship Strategy SVP Andrea Fairchild says: Behind every number there is a story
Ep. 148: Equestrian and track & field shaped the leader responsible for Visa’s partnerships with the NFL, Olympics, and FIFA.  In the months leading up to the 2023 FIFA Women’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, Andrea’s team will launch a marketing campaign based on the premise that “behind every number, there is a story” that will bring the achievements of these world-class athletes to life!! Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. If these lessons resonated with you, connect with me and my team at maxwellleadership.com/don and together we can next-level your company culture!  Special thanks to Kyle Smedley and David Beira for making this episode possible.
25:47 5/31/23
P.F. Chang's CEO Damola Adamolekun says: Start your day with a conquest
Ep. 147: Brown University football taught Damola about hard work and sacrifice, core values that he took to heart in a career that has taken him from the world of Wall Street to the C-Suite at P.F. Chang’s.   +Our BONUS RESOURCE for this episode includes fill-in-the-blank notes and reflection questions. Click here to download the bonus resource. ++If these lessons resonated with you, connect with me and my team at maxwellleadership.com/don and together we can next-level your company culture!  Special thanks to Cade Stransky and Francisco Nunez for making this episode possible.  
40:25 5/24/23