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?”

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.

In today’s episode, Richard shares some practical tips to help leaders get things done.

Even great leaders will inevitably experience disappointments.  In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss ways leaders can manage their discouragement when things don’t go their way.

Though he grew up in relative poverty, he served in the army, fought for 10 years without ever losing a battle, and ended up becoming one of the finest generals England ever produced. In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss the life and leadership of the Duke of Marlborough

In this episode, Richard reviews the leadership book Overcoming the Dark Side of Leadership by Gary McIntosh and Samuel Rima. 

In this episode, Richard looks at Psalms 1 and shares the do’s and don’t’s of being blessed leader.

In this episode, Richard and Sam discuss what it means to be a humble leader, the dangers of pride, and how to cultivate humility in your leadership.

Sometimes there are problems that need to be solved. Other times, there are evil forces at work. In this episode, Richard discusses how leaders can recognize the difference between problems that have a solution and evil that must be addressed.

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