How To Succeed In Leadership with Skip Johnson

Earlier this year I was encouraged (or honestly was pushed beyond my comfort zone) to start this leadership podcast. The experience has certainly been daring at times and amazing.  I discovered that I really love doing this show and I love all of my guests.  It’s a gift and an honor for me that each and every person that comes onto the podcast reserves their time to share their expertise and wisdom with me and my listeners.

And just once you feel like an episode flows in a magical way.  It’s that guest who affects you for the better and truly makes a difference in your life.  He even allows our conversation to caress vulnerability and pain to inspire the good in life. 

Today’s episode features Skip Johnson, Vice President of Operations Gold’s Gym based in Douglasville, Georgia, business leader, author of Grateful for Everything:  Learning, Living and Loving the Great Game of Life, and really so much more.  Skip shares his leadership principles for empowering your team and others.  His commitment to making others feel better is instrumental to his business and personal success.  

In this episode we talk about what you can do to be at the top of your game, business, life, and much more. This is one of my favorite podcasts and I’m grateful to publish it.

I hope you enjoy.




Running time:   20:38
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  • Heather / October 17, 2016 at 8:55 pm

    This is phenomenal. What growth has come from tragedy? And no I’m not a morning person. I wake up at 9am ready to rock it.

    • Peg Calvario / October 17, 2016 at 9:30 pm

      Let’s realize that your evening doesn’t end until the early morning hours. And yes, there is great truth in finding the growth in our deepest sorrows of tragedy. You are testament of that truth, too. Thank you for your comment Heather.

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