Visit stuschaefer.com for complete show notes of every podcast episode: Stu has spent the last 10 years working with thousands of individuals and corporations to create transformations and help others go from ordinary to extraordinary. His work has been so successful, he has appeared on FOX, NBC, and the CW Network, and has been on radio programs across the country.
Kristine A. Sexter is an industrial and organizational consultant who has devoted over 19 years to studying success and professional commitment. As an award-winning consultant in recruiting, developing and retaining top talent, she is nationally renowned as a professional speaker, consultant, and columnist and is the author of six books, including “Rolling Out the Recognition: Employee Retention Strategies for Manufacturers.”
Recognized globally as a workplace thought leader, Mark Crowley is a regular leadership contributor to Fast Company Magazine and has been published in the Seattle Times, The Huffington Post, Reuters, CEO Magazine Great Britain, USA Today, and by the Great Place To Work Institute. He’s interviewed CEOs and senior executives at innumerable high-performing companies (including Google, SAS, Gallup and the Cleveland Clinic) who are models for “managing the emotional side of work.” And his profound conclusion draws on new scientific research which shows that the human heart is a source of remarkable intelligence: What people feel in their hearts has tremendous influence over their motivation and performance in the workplace. “The heart is the driving force of human achievement.”
Bobby Umar is an inspirational speaker, coach, and one of the most prolific advocates of heart-based leadership in North America. Inc Magazine named him one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers, alongside such noteworthy giants as Richard Branson, Brené Brown, John Maxwell and Robin Sharma. He is one of the top social media influencers in the world, with over half a million followers. To date, his social media influence has garnered over 1 billion impressions.
With over 100 million video views and 450 thousand social media followers, Carolanne “CA” Miljavac has become the “Go To Girl” for a good laugh, motivation, loving truths and vulnerability. She can pull your heart strings while tapping your funny bone with a message of beauty from ashes. Her purpose in life is to spread love and joy, without sacrificing honesty and truth. She believes we all have a story to tell. Abandoned, abused, broken and lost, grief taught her gratitude, pain gave her purpose, and loss revealed true love. Faith gave her wings to fly above fear, and she is on a mission to lovingly kick you out of your nest too!
Dr. Robert Glover is an internationally recognized authority on the Nice Guy Syndrome. He is a frequent guest on radio talk shows and has been featured in numerous local and national publications. His work has helped thousands of Nice Guys & Girls transform from being passive, resentful victims to empowered, integrated people.
Stu has spent the last 10 years working with thousands of individuals and corporations to create transformations and help others go from ordinary to extraordinary. His work has been so successful, he has appeared on FOX, NBC, and the CW Network, and has been on radio programs across the country.
Jim Stovall has been a National Champion weightlifter, President of the Emmy award-winning Narrative Television Network, a successful author, and a highly sought-after speaker. He wrote the best-selling book, The Ultimate Gift, which is now a major motion picture starring James Garner and Abigail Breslin. But what looks like just another amazing success story is all the more incredible because Jim Stovall is blind.
Jean Chatzky has appeared on Oprah, Live With Regis and Kelly, The View and other programs. She has written for Parents, Seventeen, Cosmopolitan, was a staff writer for SmartMoney and a fact checker for Forbes. Chatzky is also the financial editor for NBC’s Today Show. Jean also maintains a daily blog on her website.
Jason Feifer is editor-in-chief of Entrepreneur magazine and host of two podcasts. He was previously an editor at Fast Company, Men’s Health, Maxim, and Boston, and has written for New York, ESPN, Slate, GQ, New York Times, Washington Post, The Guardian, and others. A novel he cowrote with his wife, Mr. Nice Guy, will come out on October 16, 2018, from St. Martin’s Press.