Oct 4, 2018
What you feed will live and what
you starve will die - the same principle applies to leadership. If
you want to be a great leader, you have to feed your fire to serve
and inspire. Today, Jennifer and Eric to talk about success,
leadership, and coaching - and how it led Eric to his calling as a
man of faith.
Peoples is a public speaker, certified leadership coach, and
founding pastor of Legacy Church in Farmington, CT. Eric has led
over 1,000 people on 45 international trips to pioneer social
change and humanitarian relief efforts in nearly 27 countries.
attributes his penchant for helping to his family’s strong support
of philanthropic endeavors. Helping others, working hard, and doing
your best - these were the family's core values.
did Eric enter ministry work? His journey actually started in the
corporate world. He had done work in sales for Xerox, where he
moved up the corporate ladder pretty quickly. He enjoyed the job,
earned and learned a lot. But after meeting his pastor, Peter
Bruno, he began to take an interest in ministry.
found himself on a mission to help others discover their true
selves so they can start their journey as purposeful leaders, too.
His attitude toward stewardship guides him in giving his best
effort as a man of faith, public speaker, and leadership
how can he juggle his calling as a pastor and as a leadership
coach? Eric shares how a pastor and leadership coach share some of
the same qualities. They are both surrounded by people that have
huge potential. They both serve others by empowering them so they
can awaken that potential. And since he is someone who's attracted
to potential, there is no better way to touch and change lives than
being both a pastor and a leadership coach.
reveals why most high achievers have the inclination to
underestimate themselves. People think that leaders can 'read their
own labels.' In reality, most of them don’t have anyone to help
them read their labels and see their true worth. This makes them,
more or less, blind to their own influence and accomplishments.
Eric helps these leaders identify who they are and reframe their
perception of what they believe is possible.
- Jennifer and Eric analyze one of the biggest
questions a leader must reflect on, “If I had no limits, what would
this look like?” They also investigate how this transforms their
mindsets and helps them overcome limiting beliefs.
Quotes from this episode:
There’s always going to be
more than enough to take care of you, and that’s why you can take
care of others and help others to achieve something big. - Eric
Are you going to live so
powerfully that people can’t forget you? - Eric
Want a little help creating your personal
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