Richard brings an honest approach to leadership
Richard is a husband, father of four daughters, prior Marine Corps officer, commercial pilot, leadership speaker, trainer, coach, and entrepreneur with a passion for the pursuit of truth & common sense leadership.
Richard is a change management and leadership expert whose philosophy is to inspire “everyone to think and act like a leader.”
He specializes in helping professionals and organizations develop an authentic leadership presence, crush limiting beliefs, & overcome mediocrity; creating a more purpose driven life full of time & economic freedom.
Richard on the myth of work-life balance
“To me, it almost drove me to insanity saying that I had to balance everything. It was more about shifting my mindset to think about what is the priority?”
How does Richard define integrity?
“Are you doing the right things even when no one is looking? I think that is the litmus test of integrity for me.”
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Question FROM Previous Guest, Aaron Walker – How do you measure being consistent and does your Yes mean yes and your No mean no?
Richard’s question FOR Next Guest, Tom Dowd – When your kid is spreading their wings and leaving the nest for good, what life lessons do you want to leave with your kid?
LINKS & RESOURCES MENTIONED IN THIS EPISODE:
Connect with Kurt:
- Richard’s Website: www.doseofleadership.com
- Dose of Leadership Podcast (iTunes or Stitcher)
- Twitter: @DoseofLeader
- Email: email@example.com
Books Mentioned on the Show
The Truth About Leadership: The No-Fads, Heart-of-the-Matter Facts You need to Know by James Kouzes
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stree-Free Productivity by David Allen
Other Podcasts & Links Mentioned
- Audio Books on Audible – Note: using this affiliate link can get you a one month free trial and two free audiobooks and will help out the show too.
- Cliff Ravenscraft – The Podcast Answer Man
- John Lee Dumas – Entrepreneur On Fire
- Andrew Warner – Mixergy on iTunes and Stitcher
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