June 28, 2019
Are you living your purpose and passion? Are you fully alive? Are you willing to take a risk to step out in faith and do what God is calling you to do?
My guest, Troy Ismir, asked himself these questions and in 2017, to took a leap of faith by leaving Florida and a six-figure career to pursue his passion of starting a fitness ministry in Colorado. Since then, he has impacted numerous lives through his classes, coaching, and online content.
If you want to get fired up and motivated about living your best life and becoming fully alive, then follow Troy. He will motivate and inspire you!
You can learn more about his ministry HERE and listen to his Spiritual Warriors Unite podcast HERE.
May 29, 2019
In this episode of the podcast, Jeremy Couch discusses the power of servant leadership to transform people and organizations, and he outlines some of the key behaviors of servant leaders. Jeremy shares part two of his talk at the 2019 Servant Leadership Conference at Palm Beach Atlantic University.
May 20, 2019
In this episode of the podcast, Jeremy Couch explains what leaders must do to build a culture where people thrive. Taken from a recent talk given at The Servant Leadership Conference, Couch identifies the key characteristics that define a thriving culture.
April 30, 2019
In this episode, Jeremy Couch interviews Mark Goldstein, president of the Central Florida Christian Chamber. In 2009, Mark took over the struggling organization and re-built it with a new vision centered on relationships. Ten years later, the Christian Chamber is a thriving organization that serves the Central Florida business and faith community. In this interview, Mark talks about his journey of taking over the Chamber and believing in faith that God had called him to lead this organization into a new future. Mark provides some great tips and insights on trusting God and believing in a vision that is bigger than you.
April 13, 2019
How would you characterize the culture of your organization or team?
In this episode, Jeremy Couch discusses the importance of organizational culture and explains what a toxic culture looks like. He identifies the signs to look out for and then contrasts the detrimental effects of a toxic culture with the positive attributes of a thriving culture.