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A couple weeks ago I unexpectantly ran into an old friend that I first met back at a student org officer retreat when I was in high school. Our student org would get together with seven neighboring chapters and hold a summer retreat designed to
February is right around the corner and it is crazy busy month, especially for student orgs. Many student organizations have award applications, scholarships, officer applications, speaking contests, and for organizations like FFA, FCCLA, BPA,
What happened to you is not nearly as important as the meaning you assign to it. Arguably the most important part of the learning process is reflection. But it is the one piece that is almost universally skipped over. For achievers, like me, we
On January 1st all over the world people made and committed to New Year’s Resolutions. It’s now January 9th and most have already given up on them. Are you one of them? I hate New Year’s Resolutions. I love the idea of committing to improvement
I have never met anyone who wasn’t on a search to live a happy life. It seems we all want to be happy. But research has shown that as human beings we are more naturally inclined to look for negatives. A quick mental check of the people you know
Your actions will always follow your thoughts. If you have a goal you want to accomplish you must first see yourself as someone who is capable of accomplishing it. Our guest this week on the podcast knows this first hand. Jeff Goins always had
Being a student leader is not easy. You are constantly expected to juggle multiple responsibilities in your organization (for some multiple organizations), in school, with family, with friends, in sports, in work, on and on. It can feel like yo
It comes down to hard work. But there is more to it than simply putting in long hours. In fact, simply working long hours might be diluting your work. As a leader, you need to be aware of efficient, and effective your work is. To get to the nex
Being a great leader who gives value to others starts with one place…you. You need to put the work in on yourself in order to truly give back to those around you. This week’s episode is a bit of a gut check for you as a student leader. Mark Jew
Do you know where your going? Do you know how to get there? Are you following that plan, or do you need to adjust? I used to play baseball. It was one of my favorite sports in high school. In baseball, there is no better feeling than stepping u
Stop the aimless drifting! Get focused. Get clear. Find your direction, and get moving! It’s time that you live beyond the to-do list and the endless fire putting outting and accomplish something of meaning. It’s time to create goals. This week
Are you letting life beat you up? Does it seem like you can’t win or just when you thought your life was going good you get derailed…every…single….time?! The Ninja Leaders Podcast is back!! Season Two kicks off with a great interview with Kent
Are you a supercharged, energizing leader with big dreams, and ready to put your skills to work? Do you want to help shape the hearts and minds of those you lead? Are you a Catalyst leader? Most of us want to be that type of leader, but we aren
State conventions, conferences, and seminars are great place to meet new people and make improvements in your life. But are you making the most of those powerful few days?   This week’s Ninja Leaders Podcast will walk you through the key elemen
What does leadership really mean? How are you making a difference in the world? Can leadership be taught? These are just a few of the important questions that a student leader needs to think about. In this episode of the Ninja Leaders Podcast I
Surrounding yourself with great people is essential. As a student leader the quality of the network you create these next few years will help determine the doors that open for you in the future. But often people struggle with how to approach ne
Productivity is more than to-do lists and calendars. Do you know what being productive really looks like? This week’s episode of the Ninja Leaders Podcast will dive into that. To truly be productive you need to go beyond the to-do list. Erik Fi
Leaders need to be comfortable in their own skin. You need to be comfortable with you. This episode of the Ninja Leaders Podcast will help you get comfortable with your uniqueness. Do you ever struggle with making decisions? Blake Fly shares wi
It’s time to focus on one of the most important elements of being a student leader…student. To be a leader in your organization you must first be a leader in the classroom. This week’s Ninja Leaders Podcast we talk to a leading authority on aca
“Get up! Get out! Go get it!” Laymon Hicks joins us on the Ninja Leaders Podcast, and drives home his message of taking action. He knows the pressures and challenges of running a student organization, he served as the Student Body President of
What is it that makes you stand out? Focusing on and developing your unique abilities will not only increase your life enjoyment but can help create a change that ripples out into the world. That is only the tip of the iceberg of what we talk a
Being a leader is all about the impact you have on your world. Do you help others become more? Are you wondering how you can make an impact? It comes down to four choices you must make.   This week’s podcast guest, Rhett Laubach, explains the f
Highly engaged and inspired members is critical to the success of a student organization. Have you ever wished more people showed up for your events? Do you find yourself wondering why more people aren’t volunteering to work on projects? That i
Early To Rise makes a student leader healthy, wealthy, and…awesome! In this podcast episode I interview Andy Traub about his new book Early to Rise. Andy gives us straight talk about the why and how of not only getting out of bed in the morning
This week we dive into the art of speaking. The zero to hero youth leadership speaker Mike Hall tells us his journey into the youth speaking world and gives advice on how to bring your story to life in order to inspire others to action. How to
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