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The Agile Leader With Chuck Mollor

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Join Tony Martignetti and Chuck Mollor as they delve into agile leadership and why it’s an important quality, especially during the COVID 19 crisis. Chuck Mollor is the founder, CEO, advisor, and executive coach at MCG Partners, an organization that helps develop leaders and teams, optimizing both businesses and individual talent. His new book, The Rise of the Agile Leader: Can You Make the Shift? provides a roadmap for aspiring leaders, emphasizing the need for flexibility and humility in leade…

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Your Relationship With Your Body With Kobini Ananth

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Building a relationship with your body is crucial not just for your physical, but your mental health as well. Take inspiration from this episode’s guest as Tony Martignetti chats with musician, composer, and economist Kobini Ananth. Kobini tackles her struggles with eating disorders head-on and talks about her insecurities. Despite meeting with a therapist for several years, it wasn’t until fairly recently that she had a breakthrough moment, when she found the answer to her problem not from some…

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The Virtual Campfire: Ozan Varol Getting Where You Want to Be

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One of my recent favorite episodes of The Virtual Campfire is my interview with Ozan Varol, "Getting Where You Want To Be."

Ozan is a former rocket scientist, turned award-winning professor, successful blogger, and author of the number one best-selling book Think Like a Rocket Scientist. His interest in science was piqued as a child, and he then worked in academia for many years. Ozan had early childhood experiences growing up in Turkey that shaped his interest in astronomy. He shared how he ov…

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Positive Rebellion With Tom Bell

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Punks are rebels at heart and what the world needs right now is good old-fashioned positive rebellion to drive it forward. In this episode, Tony Martignetti sits down for a chat with Tom Bell, the founder of HIPSS and the author of Lions, Liars, Donkeys and Penguins: The Killing of Alison. Tom shares his reflections on materialism, acceptance of the problems in society, righteous anger, the need for the punk mentality, the toll of suicide on survivors, what’s worth fighting for, and facing the p…

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Coaching For Success With Andrew Moss

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What is the true essence of coaching and how does it tie up with success? That’s what we’re unlocking in today’s episode with host Tony Martignetti and guest Andrew Moss. Andrew has been a coach for Olympic athletes for 20 years, but now he has transitioned into coaching and developing other high-performance coaches. One thing he’s learned in his career is that all coaches, no matter what industry, have one goal in mind, and that is unlocking potential. He also shares the flashpoints in his life…

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The Hope Inside With Catherine Hammond

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Hope is not external. It comes from inside all of us. That’s exactly the message that Catherine Hammond shares in today’s episode. Catherine is an award-winning attorney, a transformational coach, and is also on her way to becoming a published author. She joins host Tony Martignetti to discuss hope and how she discovered it amidst all the trials and tribulations thrown her way. She talks of hope as something not dependent on circumstance but rather as an inner wellspring. Catherine also emphasiz…

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Transformative Leadership With Amir Ghannad

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Learn how to be a transformative leader today! One of the most important aspects of a leader is to take full responsibility for things and acknowledge why you aren't progressing. The leader is in charge of the work culture and the people, so that leader needs a good chunk of empathy. Learn empathy with your host, Tony Martignetti and his guest, Amir Ghannad. Amir is the founder of the leadership guidance company called the Ghannad Group. He is also the author of The Transformative Leader and the…

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Preventing Suicide And Coping With Trauma With Clint Adams

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People are not islands; they are social beings. This is an important point to make in relation to suicide prevention – a conversation that is becoming critical these days. Learn how to build resilience in your mind with your host, Tony Martignetti and his guest, Clint Adams. Clint is the Director of The Blue Flames Projects, which is focused on resilience and leadership programs around suicide prevention and domestic violence. He is also the author of the book, Lighting The Blue Flame. Join in t…

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Finding Meaning In Work With Tammy Gooler Loeb

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How do you find fulfillment and meaning in work? The answer is within yourself. Tony Martignetti’s guest in this episode is Tammy Gooler Loeb, an executive coach, and host of the Work From The Inside Out podcast. Tammy shares with Tony how she knew she wanted to serve as a child, but she didn’t know how she’d do it. After doing volunteer work, trying her hand in public policy, and becoming a grant writer, she settled on executive coaching. Today she helps people to engage in work that’s meaningf…

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Listening To Your Intuition With Tina Reimer

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Listening to your intuition leads you where you need to be. But you have to develop the art of listening to know what’s deep inside you. The show’s guest today is Tina Reimer, an artist, dancer, and a badass intuitive. Tina shares with Tony Martignetti her journey about how her past experiences made her a coach today. She works with people to lead them back to themselves using her intuition and skills. Listen to this episode and find out what happened when Tina didn’t listen to her intuition. Tu…

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