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CSM (ret) Bill Thetford shares lessons from his career that spanned almost four decades in the United States Army. Bill shares his thoughts on the role of the noncommissioned officer (NCO) in the military and shares advice on how NCOs can lead up in their organizations. He also explains the importance of leaders removing barriers, the art of giving…
 
New York Times Best-Selling Author Kim Scott joins Joe to discuss how leaders can foster a culture that promotes honest feedback regardless of the power dynamics within an organization. In the interview, Kim discusses the lessons she shares in her books Radical Candor and Just Work, including how to give praise, how leaders can solicit feedback, ho…
 
Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg shares the lessons he's learned leading the 30-member North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) over the last seven years. Additionally, he explains how his parents' approach to diplomacy influenced his leadership style. He also discusses his experiences with tragedy as the Prime Minister of Norway following the t…
 
Major General Chris Donahue, commanding general of the 82nd Airborne Division, shares lessons he's learned throughout his career and discusses best practices for leaders to shape organizational culture. He also shares his thoughts on why change is hard, his greatest challenge as a division commander, and how reading helps him think through problems…
 
Shawn Coyne has spent decades in the publishing business working with some of the biggest names in news, sports, and entertainment. In this episode, he shares the numerous lessons he's learned throughout his successful career to include the pitfalls of seeking external validation and why doing so doesn't lead to happiness. He also talks about start…
 
Brett McKay sits down with Joe to share the story behind why he started The Art of Manliness website and how the site grew from a hobby to a full-time job for both him and his wife Kate. He also discusses the importance of focusing on family culture and shares weekly family events that he and Kate use to be intentional with their family life.…
 
The CEO of LEADx and author of Great Leaders Have No Rules, Kevin Kruse discusses contrarian leadership principles that many leaders overlook. Kevin and Joe talk about the downsides of having an open door policy, the problem with leaders wanting to be liked, and the pitfalls of leaders valuing being bullet proof over being vulnerable. They also dis…
 
Professor Nancy Sherman has spent decades working with military leaders on ethics, PTSD, moral injury, and suicide prevention. In this episode, she explains how an ancient philosophy can help service members and first responders work through traumatic experiences. She also discusses why community is so important for developing resiliency and grit, …
 
Joe sits down with Sebastian Junger to discuss his latest book, Freedom, and examine what this word means in modern society. In discussing the book, Junger recounts his 400-mile journey along east coast railroad lines while dodging police officers, sleeping under bridges, and walking through tough neighborhoods. They also talk about why combat depl…
 
Dr. Micah Zenko, author of Red Team: How to Succeed By Thinking Like the Enemy, explains why red teaming is an important practice for any organization. Joe and Micah discuss organizational blindspots, the best practices for finding them, and how red teamers can provide constructive feedback. Additionally, Micah shares techniques for leaders to beco…
 
Retired Army Lieutenant General and former National Security Advisor H.R. McMaster explains why military leaders need to study the past to gain clarity in the present and also shares a career worth of lessons to include why the Battle of 73 Easting taught him about the importance of tough, realistic training. Finally, he spends a few minutes talkin…
 
Recently retired naval aviator Jack “Farva” Curtis shares his thoughts on the importance of culture and why diversity of thought is needed to create winning teams. Additionally, he discusses the benefits of flattening organizations and reflects on why leaders should study ideas outside their area of expertise. Jack's written several widely read art…
 
Joe sits down with 2x Super Bowl Champion and former NFL place kicker Lawrence Tynes to discuss the lessons he learned over the course of his NFL career. Tynes emphasizes the importance of preparation when being called upon to perform in high pressure situations. He explains why a team's culture is more important than the talent in the locker room.…
 
General Miller talks about the lessons he's learned over the past 38 years of service. He discusses crucible moments that shaped him, including a firefight in Mogadishu in October 1993 where he served as the assault force commander. He also shares how these crucible moments have influenced him as the current commander of forces in Afghanistan and f…
 
The team sits down with Donald Robertson, author of How to Think Like a Roman Emperor: The Stoic Philosophy of Marcus Aurelius. Robertson explains the origins of the philosophy, why Stoicism has survived for the last 2300 years, and it's useful for leaders today.โดย FTGN Team
 
The team sits down with P.W. Singer to discuss his latest book, Burn-In: A Novel of the Real Robotic Revolution. He dives into some of the technologies from the book, the difference between useful fiction and science fiction, and why he says useful fiction is like a smoothie packed full of intellectual vitamins.…
 
Joe interviews the head coach for the Missouri Tigers football team, Eliah Drinkwitz. Coach Drinkwitz discusses his approach coming into a new football program and cautions against the one mistake that leaders can make that will quickly erode trust. He also shares some practical advice on communication, avoiding the trappings of ego, and investing …
 
Joe talks with Walter Isaacson about his newest book The Code Breaker: Jennifer Doudna, Gene Editing, and the Future of the Human Race. Walter explains the science behind gene editing and the ethical and scientific implications for humans. They also discuss the importance of remaining curious and many of the other lessons Walter has learned writing…
 
Joe interviews WWE Hall of Famer Diamond Dallas Page about his wrestling career, the work required to become an eight-year “overnight success,” and the role others played in helping him rise to the top of his profession. Dallas and Joe also discuss the importance of fitness and the benefits of Dallas’ personal fitness program: DDP YOGA.…
 
Joe sits down with retired Air Force Colonel Merryl Tengsdal to discuss piloting the famed U2 spy plane. There are less than 1500 qualified pilots since the program’s inception in 1955, and he shares her experiences as the only African American woman in its ranks. She also discusses her debut as a contestant on Season 2 of CBS’ Tough as Nails which…
 
Joe sits down with Michelle Hughes and Valerie Nostrant, a mother and daughter who share a legacy of service in the Army's 82nd Airborne Division. The pair discusses their outlook on leadership and life in the Army and what it's like for them to share the bond of service.โดย FTGN Team
 
The team sits down with author Steven Pressfield to discuss his newest book, A Man at Arms. In addition to providing a peek into the ancient world, Pressfield shares his thoughts how leaders can overcome Resistance to lead with the best version of themselves. If you are a fan of Gates of Fire and The War of Art, you won't want to miss this episode!…
 
Joe and Jacob dive into the green notebook of retired Army General Stanley McChrystal. He discusses how his time out of the Army has further shaped his thoughts on leadership and what major life lesson he's learned since the publication of the infamous Rolling Stone article in 2010.โดย Joe Byerly and Jacob Gawronski
 
Joe and Jacob sit down with Dr. Kori Schake, the Director of Defense and Foreign Policy Studies at American Enterprise Institute, a D.C.-based think tank. She shares her story about climbing the ladder in the National Security field and some of the more prominent lessons of her career. Kori discusses what she means when she challenges leaders to “r…
 
Joe and Jacob sit down with organizational psychologist, David Burkus to learn how to have better meetings. He is the best-selling author of four books about business and leadership. His insights on leadership and teamwork have been featured in the Wall Street Journal, Harvard Business Review, USAToday, Fast Company, the Financial Times, Bloomberg …
 
Joe and Jacob sit down with the Outgoing Director of the Army Talent Management Task Force to discuss the Commander Assessment Program. Major General JP McGee talks about the genesis of the program, the results and trends over the last two years, and talks about how his outlook on talent has changed in the process.…
 
Jacob and Joe discuss leadership lessons with MajGen Frank Donovan, Commander of 2nd Marine Division. During the discussion, MajGen Donovan reflects on the importance of not giving up, when your military career takes an unexpected turn. The team also talks about why leaders need to be willing to have difficult conversations in their organizations.…
 
Jacob and Joe talk with Wesley Schultz of The Lumineers about leadership, authenticity, and managing relationships while touring the world or deployed in the military. Wesley also talks about how a family member’s addiction has affected him and provides advice for those who are going through similar struggles.…
 
General Joseph Votel (U.S. Army, Ret.) provides a candid discussion on the challenges of strategic decision-making and risk management. He also emphasizes the importance of role modeling in leadership, highlighting some of the role models who shaped his career.โดย Jacob Gawronski
 
In this special holiday edition of the podcast, Jacob and Joe talk with Professor Harry Laver about one of the most important events of the Revolutionary War. Professor Laver walks them through the evening of December 25, 1776 when Washington and his forces crossed the Delaware River. Learn about what really happened that night and why Washington i…
 
Jacob and Joe sit down with Jerry Depizzo of the band O.A.R. and talk about leadership, teamwork, and the habits that have made O.A.R successful over the last 20 years. Jerry also talks about how he balances making music and touring with being a husband and a father. This is a great episode for leaders trying to figure out how to balance profession…
 
Jacob and Joe sit down with Joe McCormack author of Brief: Make a Bigger Impact by Saying Less and founder of the Brief Lab to discuss the importance of communication for leaders. Listeners will learn why saying less is critical to communicating ideas, how to give better presentations, and how to write better emails…
 
Jacob and Joe sit down with Shannon Huffman Polson, author of Grit Factor: Courage, Resilience, and Leadership in the Most-Male Dominated Organization in the World. In this episode Shannon shares her experiences being one of the first female Apache pilots in the U.S. Army and offers advice to leaders on how men and women can work together to create…
 
Jacob and Joe interview Adam Robinson in this special two-part series. Adam is a rated chess master who was mentored by Bobby Fischer in the 18 months leading up to Bobby winning the World Chess Championship. He's also the cofounder of the Princeton Review and his book Cracking the System: The SAT is the only test-prep book to have become a NY Time…
 
In this special Veteran's Day episode, Jacob sits down with Brigadier General Steve Marks, the Deputy Commanding General of 1st Special Forces Command, to talk about the importance of being a life-long learner, having goals and a purpose, balancing a career with a family, and how Marks' mentors influenced him throughout his military career. **DISCL…
 
Jacob and Joe interview Adam Robinson in this special two-part series. Adam is a rated chess master who was mentored by Bobby Fischer in the 18 months leading up to Bobby winning the World Chess Championship. He's also the cofounder of the Princeton Review and his book Cracking the System: The SAT is the only test-prep book to have become a NY Time…
 
Jacob and Joe talk with Michael B. McClellan about the habits he adopted to write his debut novel The Sand Sea. Under the mentorship of Steven Pressfield, Michael spent 12 years working on his book while being a full-time lawyer, father, and husband. Listen to this episode for insights on how to make time for that important project you keep putting…
 
In the inaugural episode of the From the Green Notebook Podcast, Jacob interviews Joe about the origins of the website. Joe also discusses the habit of writing and the importance of professional reading.โดย Jacob Gawronski/Joe Byerly
 
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