Thanks to our guests and listeners for another great year of the Game Changers with Molly Fletcher podcast! I started the podcast two years ago to take our listeners behind the scenes with peak performers to learn what drives and inspires them and to apply their lessons to our own lives. Every conversation is another journey and I learn so much doing the show.
Here’s a look at our most popular podcasts from 2018:
With his infectious energy and unbridled enthusiasm, my conversation with Clemson football coach Dabo Swinney was our most downloaded episode of the year. On this episode, Dabo shares his inside-out approach to leadership, the defining moments in his own journey, and how he’s built a team culture rooted in love, discipline and service.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Geno Auriemma on Winning (And Winning Some More)
Leadership expert Patrick Lencioni is the author of 11 books that have sold over 5 million copies. On this episode, Patrick talks about the five dysfunctions that inhibit teams from reaching their potential.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Daniel Pink on the Science of Perfect Timing
Ryan Holiday is a marketing expert turned bestselling author who made a name for himself as the director of marketing for American Apparel, and has gone on to work with clients like Google, Tony Robbins and Tim Ferriss. On this episode, Ryan shows us how to turn even the most insurmountable obstacles into advantages.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Josh Medcalf on How to Fall in Love With the Process of Becoming Great
Bestselling author Daniel Coyle goes inside some of the world’s most successful organizations to examine how great cultures are built and sustained in his latest book, The Culture Code. On this episode, we talk about the three skills that generate collaborative cultures and learn how leaders can use these tools to build strong cultures inside their own organizations.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Dan Heath on How to Create Powerful Moments for our Customers and Employees
Arizona State University football coach Herm Edwards has experienced every facet of the game as a player, ESPN analyst, and coach. On this episode, we talk about the difference between people who are interested and those who are committed, what it means to lead with integrity, and why success is sometimes harder to handle than failure.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Dawn Staley on Building a Championship Culture
Dubbed a “modern-day Jane Austen,” by Vanity Fair, author Emily Giffin has touched the hearts of millions of readers with her bestselling novels. On this episode, we talk about the creative process and how Emily found the courage to leave her job at a prestigious New York law firm to pursue her dream of becoming a writer.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Bob Goff on the Tranformative Power of Love
Juliet Funt is the CEO of WhiteSpace at Work, a training and consulting firm that helps organizations, their leaders and employees reclaim their creativity, productivity and engagement. On this episode, she talks about the big difference between activity and productivity, the four thieves of productivity, and the huge cost of our culture of busyness at work.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Greg McKeown on How To Think Like An Essentialist
Ron Clark is more than just an educator. He has been featured on Oprah and the Today Show, and his school, the Ron Clark Academy (RCA) in Atlanta, is known around the world for its innovative teaching methods. On this episode, we talk about how to motivate your team, embracing a fearless mindset, and how to lead with love, passion, and high expectations.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Chris Baréz-Brown on Unleashing Your Creative Potential
Seth Godin is an entrepreneur, bestselling author, brilliant marketer and speaker who’s known for “making a ruckus.” On this episode, we talk about building a tribe, how to earn trust, and the three questions every marketer should ask.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Donald Miller on How to Use Story to Clarify Your Brand’s Message
As the chief talent officer of Netflix, Patty McCord helped create the company’s famous “culture deck”—a 124-page document that went viral and has been shared over 20 million times. On this episode, we talk about the biggest mistakes HR leaders make, the truth about what motivates employees, and how to practice radical honesty in the workplace.
Like this? Then you’ll also like: Suzy Welch on the 10-10-10 Rule for Making Decisions
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Stay tuned for new episodes coming soon with guests like Shark Tank’s Daymond John, endurance swimmer Diana Nyad, and America’s Got Talent Jon Dorenbos. Have a suggestion for a guest you’d love to see featured? Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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