Short Term Planning in Uncertain Times

We are coming up on Quarter 2. But regardless if it’s Q2, Q3, or Q4, it’s all the same.

This is a great time to create your 90 day plan. 

If you are a business owner who typically doesn’t like to plan too far ahead. This weeks podcast creates space for you to think about how you want to plan for the uncertainty that lies ahead. 

You ready?

Asking Tough Questions

This episode is about having a heart for difficult conversations. We discuss 3 things you can do to foster a heart for this. 

You may be avoiding something difficult right now. Perhaps a conversation with someone in your life?

The benefits of this in the short term is that you fool yourself into believing your relationships are better than they are. In the long term, you don’t move toward your vision as efficiently as you could be.

Your leadership growth is depending on it.

Thriving in Uncertain Times

In times of uncertainty, the world needs your leadership more than ever.

You can’t lead people through uncertainty if you are not clear on your path.

You can’t lead people through uncertainty if you don’t have a plan.

You can’t lead people through uncertainty if you don’t have financial margin to do.

The entire world is playing in a place of scarcity right now. When everyone goes right, this is when you go left.

We are counting on you.

The Stock Market is Not Your Friend

The stock market is not your friend.

The stock investment world is one of the most misunderstood and misleading industries in the marketplace.

This week’s episode touches on who should invest in the stock market and what you should understand if you do decide to invest.

You need to hear this.

Let’s dive in.

Leading from the Heart with Dr. Nima Rahmany

In this week’s episode, Brandon Allen talks with Dr. Nima about healing from the stress and trauma that keeps leaders from leading from their hearts. 

Dr. Nima Rahmany started his career as a chiropractic physician.  His career took a shift when he got some news of a patient of his that had died of a heart attack. This situation created a shift in how Dr. Nima wanted to address the health and wellbeing of his patients as well as the world.

Dr. Nima breaks down the process that he has used to heal people all over the world and, in this healing, stand in their true power.

To learn more about Dr. Nima and his healing process go to

Incentives that Matter

Money is the seemingly easy path to motivating behavior and showing appreciation.

Money is also one of the quickest ways to completely miss the boat on what really makes your team tick.

Brandon Allen spent a decade engaging teams in high pressure situations and learned a lot about what motivates people beyond throwing money at them.

Check it out.

Take Responsibility

Life seems easier when it’s somebody else’s fault. 

Your marriage.

Your work. 

Your president.

Leaders who create influence are leaders who take responsibility for their outcomes. And this responsibly stretches past points most are willing to embrace.

Today’s podcast takes you the through three things to help you be mindful of your role in this process.

Three things that when applied will absolutely change your effectiveness as a leader and and your profitability as an organization

Intentional Thinking Creates Your Best Work

Most people live their lives in autopilot.

How they work. How they raise kids. How they take care of their health. 

If all you do is hope things work out, you are likely to be disappointed.

The most powerful work you do is centered around being present to who you are being.

To be present, you must create the space to allow for it.

Let’s discuss this, how your intentions matter and play a role in the quality your work.

Growth Check in for 2020

At the time of releasing this episode, we are a month into the year.

The question is, “How are you doing?”

Are you achieving the growth as a leader that you wanted to achieve

Is your team achieving the goals you set?

This is a great time to assess where you are at and make the necessary course correction. 

Pay specific attention to my 3-level assessment tool I share in this episode!

Rules are Lazy Managers

When things go wrong in our business, it’s easy to take a default position of creating rules and regulations in an attempt to ensure the situation doesn’t happen again.

Unfortunately, this approach typically misses the mark and leaves a leader less free. It also kills growth.

This week, you get five things to do instead and two questions to ask yourself this week to create a better approach for you and your team.

Listen in!