257: How the CEO of Silicon Signs Lives His Purpose Every Day

257: How the CEO of Silicon Signs Lives His Purpose Every Day

257: How the CEO of Silicon Signs Lives His Purpose Every Day

What does it take to make the transition from being a star athlete in college to a successful  business owner? Meet Chase Dalton, CEO of Silicon Signs, who did just that. Chase is an extraordinary leader who lives daily the focus of this podcast, to Grow Strong Leaders, by developing himself and his people.  You are sure to be moved by the stories he shares from his business and from his life.

In college Chase was an outstanding athlete. He’s a three-time All-American in track and field and once held the title of Junior National Champion in the decathlon. You’ll find out which strengths transferred nicely to the challenges of starting and running a company. Chase leads a team 20 to create signs for brick-and-mortar businesses in all 50 states.

You’ll discover:

  • The process Chase and his team followed to create their values, vision, and mission
  • Ways that Chase and his team live their values on a daily basis
  • How his degree in Sociology has serve Chase well in his business
  • Why Chase views his employees as his customers – and how that impacts the way he spends his time
  • The near-death experience in 2020 that forever changed the way Chase shows up in the world

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254: What Dr. Mark Goulston Is Dying to Tell You

254: What Dr. Mark Goulston Is Dying to Tell You

254: What Dr. Mark Goulston Is Dying to Tell You

How would you respond if you learned you had an illness that is likely to shorten your life? My guest Dr. Mark Goulston got that news, and it was a major wake-up call for him. He was inspired to create a series of videos on YouTube called, “I’m Dying to Tell You.”

This is a conversation you’ll want to listen to multiple times because it’s packed with so much life wisdom. Mark shares specific ways you can deepen the important relationships in your life…because, in the end, relationships are what matter most.

Mark is the host of the popular My Wakeup Call Podcast and the author of the best book you’ll ever read on the topic of listening, Just Listen.

You’ll discover:

  • The power of true vulnerability in strengthening relationships
  • How to approach a loved one if you’ve been too busy to listen to them
  • Why it’s important for you to be the one to start a conversation
  • The key question an executive can ask of every employee to create a positive culture change
  • How to use HUVA when you’re in a conversation so the other person feels uplifted afterwards

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165: Your Relationships: Money and People

165: Your Relationships: Money and People

165: Your Relationships: Money and People

How would you describe your attitude about money…and how well you’re taking care of the people who matter in your life? Get ready for some radical ideas about these topics from my guests, husband-and-wife team Dr. Shawn Dill and Dr. Lacey Book.

Chiropractors by profession, Shawn and Lacey are founders of The Black Diamond Club, a community of 600+ service professionals who have a desire to reach more people and make a bigger impact while creating the lifestyle they dream of.

You’ll discover:

  • The very different mindsets about money that Lacey and Shawn each brought to their relationship and business
  • How to reframe “rejection” so you see it as a positive
  • The #1 book Lacey recommends to clients to help them get past limiting beliefs about money
  • How to use an Abundance Timer to rewire your brain for Abundance
  • Why Shawn recommends hiring the right person before defining the specific position they’ll fill in the company

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153: Be a Go-Giver in Marriage and Life

153: Be a Go-Giver in Marriage and Life

153: Be a Go-Giver in Marriage and Life

What if you could find out secrets to a strong marriage and then discover that these same secrets can apply to all your relationships? That’s exactly what you’ll learn in this profound conversation I had with John David Mann and Ana Gabriel Mann, co-authors of The Go-Giver Marriage.

John is coauthor of more than 30 books, including his classic 2008 parable The Go-Giver, coauthored with Bob Burg. Ana is a clinical psychologist and therapist currently focused on training coaches around the globe to lead The Go-Giver Marriage workshops.

You’ll discover:

  • The role John and Ana each played in the creation of this book
  • The one principle that underlies all 5 secrets
  • Specific words you can say to express appreciation
  • Which secret is a favorite for John and for Ana – and why
  • Why they refer to one’s partner as an “unexplored continent”

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080: A Beautiful Love Story with Lessons for Your Life

080: A Beautiful Love Story with Lessons for Your Life

Would you commit to a relationship if you knew your partner had Stage-IV cancer? My guest Larry Indiviglia made the choice to say YES to Gayle, and he wrote 126 Days, 11 Minutes: Our Love Story to honor that very special woman. In this exceptional interview, Larry shares what he learned and how he grew as a result of his 126 days with Gayle before she succumbed to her cancer. Be sure to listen until the end as Larry reads Gayle’s beautiful note to him about finding love again in the future.

You’ll discover:

  • What you can learn by saying YES to risks you face in life
  • Why it’s better to love with loss than never to love at all
  • The skills Larry drew on from his coaching experience to be the best possible support in her final weeks
  • Why it’s important to have a network of supporters when you’re going through a tough time
  • How to create a “shield of serenity” when you face a difficult challenge…and the impact that can have on those around you

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