There is a difference between leading followers and leading leaders. King Davis was a leader of leaders. This week, Richard and Sam discuss ways leaders can guide those around them to become mighty leaders.

Given the choice, is it better to take a position over from a successful leader or from an unsuccessful leader? Following in the footsteps of a great leader can be intimidating. On the other hand, bad leaders often leave big messes behind for their successors to address. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the challenges leaders experience when they step into their predecessors’ shoes.

In this episode, Richard and Sam tackle an important question submitted by podcast listener Braydon: “How can a leader live a balanced life of work and home?”

Abraham

My father used to say that partial obedience to God is disobedience. There is an interesting account found in Genesis chapter 12. God told Abram, “Get out of your country, from your family and from you father’s house, to a land that I will show you” (Gen. 12:1). Verse four states, “So Abram departed as…

He was a frail child with severe asthma, bad eyesight, and an irritating voice. He went on to become one of the most highly esteemed American presidents of all time. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of Theodore Roosevelt.

In this episode, Sam asks Richard why he got into leadership, what inspires him and what would he tell his younger self. Richard also answers a listener question.

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