Just how important IS trust to the success of an organization? We’ll look at that in our Thought of the Day. And in our interview segment, Taylor Scott joins us with powerful leadership, business, and life lessons from… coaches. That and more on today’s show.
Bob’s Thought of the Day
- Why trust was a key leadership factor for Theo Epstein, the man who brought the Boston Red Sox their first World Series championship since 1918 and the Chicago Cubs their first one since 1908.
- How operating without the—as Stephen M.R. Covey, author of The Speed of Trust, puts it—“low-trust tax” will positively impact your team.
- An important reminder from Simon Sinek, author of Leaders Eat Last: “Trust is a biological reaction to the belief that someone has our well-being at heart.”
Interview with Taylor Scott
- What it means to go “OneMoreStep” and how it opens up a whole different perspective.
- The three pieces of advice Taylor received from his high school basketball coach—play hard, have fun, listen to your coaches—and how it changed his life.
- How to “see where you are today” as a way to practice and improve every day.
- The quickest way to become a leader among your peers.
- How insecurity negatively impacts you as a leader.
- Why Taylor believes the days of “building” character are over.
- How to add value to others by finding ways to “be around the ball.”
- The advice Taylor’s Mom gave him that changed his perspective.
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