087 Aaron Walker on what makes a great mentor

Aaron Walker spent decades as a successful businessman constantly reaching for the next big thing. When a horrendous car accident jolted him out of his reverie of success, he pivoted his life to be one about building significance, and he’s spent years encouraging other men in their own journey through mentorship.

078 Kelly Resendez on your voice as a masterpiece

Kelly Resendez knows what it’s like to be successful on the outside but unsatisfied on the inside.In 2002, Kelly was a mortgage lender who had it all: a high six-figure salary, the beach house, the mansion. But she felt joyless. When three family tragedies struck in close succession, she realized that she needed to change her definition of success and chase what God had for her.

063 Torrey Bates on embracing bold failure

After meeting failure in childhood, in marriage, and in his finances, Torrey Bates found himself starting fresh --- again. And this time, he found that finding purpose for himself rather than stepping into a role someone else had for him was the ticket to finally breaking out of the cycle of failure. Torrey shares his tough and triumphant story with Leary and Armin, reminding each of us that redemption is always possible.

047 What’s wrong with a comfort zone?

What’s wrong with a comfort zone? Does a bold idea need to be a leap of faith? Is a comfort zone good or bad? How do you take steps to get out of your comfort zone? Leary and Armin discuss all of these questions, share the pros and cons of comfort zones, and talk about how to know if you aren’t leaving yours enough.

036 Phil Carson on trusting God in business failure

Dr. Phil Carson experienced severe stress-related health issues that led him to seek a more natural cure and livelihood. After losing the business he had built during the 2009 recession, Dr. Carson had to learn to trust God like he never had before --- and he discusses this new perspective on trusting God in business failure with Leary and Armin on the podcast this week.

019 Aaron Walker on success and significance

Aaron Walker is an entrepreneur and author who sold his first business to a Fortune 500 company at age 27 and has since bought and sold 11 other companies. He joins Leary and Armin to talk about the relationship between success and significance.

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