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This past year we lost one of our dearest friends and mentors, Bill Lokey. As we close out the year, we were listening back to some of his wisdom and gold nuggets and thought it would be a tremendous gift to re-release a series we did together in 2020. He was a gift to us, and his insights, wisdom, and influence will continue to echo across generations, no doubt.

In his honor, we're releasing this four-part series, recorded in 2020, to share with you again his insights on leadership, connection, and trauma.

In part 1 of the series, we begin with the heart of leadership. Because no matter our stage, we lead people. As a parent, you lead your kids. As a spouse, you lead your husband or wife. At work, you lead your employees, congregants, soldiers, clients, and teams.

How would each person you lead describe your ability to connect to their reality? And how much do we pay attention to those realities versus focusing solely on our own? As Bill describes, the quality of how well we lead rises or falls on our inner world. And the people we lead, feel it.

In this series, we cover The Heart of Leadership, The Heart of Connection, The Heart of Trauma, and The Heart of Your Culture.

In this first episode, Josh and Bill talk about:
  • What makes a person a leader
  • What happens when we feel like we're not enough or don't have what it takes to lead
  • Why we have a tendency to focus more on reputation than character
  • What happens when your stage is ripped out from under you
  • How to transition well as a leader when bad things happen
  • What it means to grieve and why it's critical for how we lead
Show Notes:

Apply now for The Leader's Heart Men's Cohort, Feb. 26-29, 2023!
https://www.famousathome.com/theleadersheart


Sign up for MyKidsEQ Winter Cohort:
https://www.famousathome.com/offers/7izP4Puk/checkout

Interested in group coaching with Christi? Click here for interest form:
https://www.famousathome.com/groupcoachinginterest

Order a copy of Famous at Home by Dr. Josh and Christi:
https://amzn.to/3y1jJFz

This past year we lost one of our dearest friends and mentors, Bill Lokey. As we close out the year, we were listening back to some of his wisdom and gold nuggets and thought it would be a tremendous gift to re-release a series we did together in 2020. He was a gift to us, and his insights, wisdom, and influence will continue to echo across generations, no doubt. In his honor, we're releasing this four-part series, recorded in 2020, to share with you again his insights on leadership, connection, and trauma. In part 1 of the series, we begin with the heart of leadership. Because no matter our stage, we lead people. As a parent, you lead your kids. As a spouse, you lead your husband or wife. At work, you lead your employees, congregants, soldiers, clients, and teams. How would each person you lead describe your ability to connect to their reality? And how much do we pay attention to those realities versus focusing solely on our own? As Bill describes, the quality of how well we lead rises or falls on our inner world. And the people we lead, feel it. In this series, we cover The Heart of Leadership, The Heart of Connection, The Heart of Trauma, and The Heart of Your Culture. In this first episode, Josh and Bill talk about: What makes a person a leader What happens when we feel like we're not enough or don't have what it takes to lead Why we have a tendency to focus more on reputation than character What happens when your stage is ripped out from under you How to transition well as a leader when bad things happen What it means to grieve and why it's critical for how we lead Show Notes: Apply now for The Leader's Heart Men's Cohort, Feb. 26-29, 2023! https://www.famousathome.com/theleadersheart Sign up for MyKidsEQ Winter Cohort: https://www.famousathome.com/offers/7izP4Puk/checkout Interested in group coaching with Christi? Click here for interest form: https://www.famousathome.com/groupcoachinginterest Order a copy of Famous at Home by Dr. Josh and Christi: https://amzn.to/3y1jJFz read more read less

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