Episode 051: Walgreens VP Randy Lewis on Beating Fear

Randy LewisToday on The ProGuide, we interview Randy Lewis.  He’s the former Vice President of Walgreens, Peace Corps volunteer, Fortune 50 executive and accidental advocate who led Walgreens’ logistics division for sixteen years as the chain grew from 1,500 to 8,000 stores. Randy introduced an inclusive model in Walgreens distribution centers that resulted in ten percent of its workforce consisting of people with disabilities who are held to the same standards as those without disabilities. Its success has changed the lives of thousands with and without disabilities and is serving as a model for other employers in the U.S and abroad.  His new book explores that process: There’s No Greatness Without Goodness.

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Episode 050: Lysa TerKeurst and Compel

Lysa TerkeurstLysa TerKeurst is the New York Times bestselling author of Made to Crave and Unglued as well as 14 other titles. They reach nearly 700,000 women daily through their online devotion, Encouragement for Today and thousands more through the Proverbs 31 radio program playing on 1,200 radio outlets daily. She lives in North Carolina with her husband, Art, their five kids, three dogs and a mouse that refuses to leave her kitchen.

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Episode 049: Erik Fisher and Beyond The ToDo List

Eric FisherErik Fisher is the host of Beyond the To-Do List, an extraordinary show about how extraordinary people live. It delves behind the curtain into the productive habits of todays leaders. We talk with Erik about how the show gets made, what the easiest and most difficult aspects are, and what he’s the most excited about.

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Episode 048: EntreLeadership Podcast Host, Chris Hogan

ChristHoganDave Ramsey’s EntreLeadership Podcast is consistently the number one podcast in iTune’s business, and Chris Hogan, host, is no stranger to constant improvement.  Chris Hogan stirs audiences to action wherever he speaks. Whether he is delivering a keynote on personal money management, teaching an all-day leadership training for business owners and professionals, or hosting the EntreLeadership Podcast.

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Interview with Chris Hogan, EntreLeadership Host:

Key Pointsfrom the interview:

  • What’s it like interviewing today’s top business leaders?
  • What are the number one obstacles facing small businesses?
  • What can folks expect from the future of the EntreLeadership brand?
  • And More!

Now that you’ve listened, have you read Adapt or Die?  What did you think of Rick’s ideas?

Episode 047: Lieutenant General Rick Lynch

RickLynchLieutenant General Rick Lynch has distinguished himself as an exceptional leader and strategist through his chameleon-like ability to adapt to change despite the most challenging obstacles. From surmounting his parents’ inability to pay for college by gaining entry to West Point to leading “The Surge” in Iraq as Army General with only six weeks to prepare, Lieutenant General Lynch has constructed a disciplined and effective mantra for success, which he shares with audiences across the country today.  We talk about his brand new book, Adapt or Die – Front Line Principles from an American General.

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Episode 046: Dan Miller, Founder of 48 Days, LLC

DanMillerDan Miller is the passionate personality behind the 48 Days properties, which include books, podcasts, and a thriving business.  His mission is to foster the process of imagining, dreaming and introspection, to help people find their calling and true path, and to translate that into meaningful, purposeful and profitable daily work…within 48 days!

Interview with Dan Miller, Founder 48 Days Podcast:

Key Points about 48 Days Interview:

  • Can we really find the work we love in just 48 Days??
  • How can we live with greater passion in work & life?
  • What was Dan’s story?  How did *he* find work he loves?
  • What role does coaching and mentorship play in all this?
  • And more!

Now that you’ve listened, have you read 48 Days to the Work You Love?  Or listen to Dan’s podcast?  What do you think?

Episode 045: Alexander Mimran, Co-Founder of Minbox

AlexanderToday on the ProGuide, we have Alexander Mimran, co-founder of Minbox along with Michael Lawlor. Minbox is a free, no-limits, #freakingfast file-sharing app for Macs that’s disrupting the competiton and owning the send space.

Interview with Alexander Mimran, Co-Founder of Minbox:

Key Points:

  • What does Minbox do?
  • How did Alexander and Michael get started with the idea?  Where did it come from?
  • Now, this *seems* like a fast “rise-to-stardom”, blitz, storm-on-the-scene journey from 2012 to now.  How long was this story in the making?
  • Why another file-sharing app?  CloudApp, Box, Dropbox, etc.
  • What does Alexander see happening for the future of the app?  Where does it fit in the tech space?
  • And more!

Now that you’ve listened, do you use a file-sharing app like Minbox?  What do you think of it?