Rachel Cruze identifies 7 money tendencies everyone has: From safety or status, abundance or scarcity and experiences or things. She runs through all 7 motivators to help you understand your tendencies. She also outlines what she learned during the crisis of 2020 and how you can prepare for an uncertain year ahead. Welcome to Episode…

CNLP 392: Rachel Cruze on Your 7 Money Motivations, How to Make Financial Progress, and What Matters Most Financially Facing an Uncertain ClimateRead More

Patrick Lencioni noticed that no matter how long or how well a leader leads, some things continue to frustrate almost every leader. Pat and his team came up with a new assessment called Working Genius designed to help every leader figure out what energizes and what drains them, and where their best contribution comes from.…

CNLP 391: Patrick Lencioni on How to Discover Your Working Genius, Uncovering Why Some Aspects of Leadership Drain You and Others Energize You, and How to Get the Best Out of Your TeamRead More

New York Times bestselling author Jon Acuff interviews Carey and Toni Nieuwhof about their relationship, how it almost crumbled under the weight of life and leadership, how they made it through, the best advice to struggling couples and on the insights Toni gained from her years practicing as a divorce attorney. Toni shares insights on…

CNLP 390: Jon Acuff Interviews Toni and Carey Nieuwhof on How Their Marriage Almost Crumbled Under the Weight of Life and Leadership, Their Best Advice For Struggling Couples, and Toni’s Top Insights as a Divorce AttorneyRead More

Andy Stanley returns to the podcast and breaks down the process he uses to make decisions, why he moved to team-based decision making as a young leader, and what the limits of gut-based decision making are. Andy walks leaders through five questions that will help them make better decisions and have fewer regrets, and explains…

CNLP 389: Andy Stanley Dissects the Process He Uses to Make Decisions, the Limits of Gut-Based Decision Making, and How to Stop Lying to Yourself as a LeaderRead More

Alli Worthington coached business leaders and ministry leaders through the crisis of 2020. She shares the mindset and actions the leaders who made progress in 2020 adopted and the mindset and action those who floundered embraced. She also talks about why you can have too many cheerleaders around you, and how to overcome negative thinking.…

CNLP 388: Alli Worthington on What Successful Leaders Did to Thrive in the Crisis, How Cheerleaders Can Harm You as a Leader, and Overcoming Negative ThinkingRead More

Why do so many leaders collapse under the weight of leadership? Jeff and Terra Mattson have counselled and coached hundreds of leaders and share how gaps in integrity develop. In this interview, we list the signs you may be headed for a moral failure or collapse, how to spot a narcissistic leader, and the challenge…

CNLP 386: Jeff and Terra Mattson on How to Tell If You’re Heading for a Moral Failure, Signs of a Narcissistic Leader and How Platform Can Be a Trap for Young LeadersRead More

In August 2018, Andrew Stoecklein died by suicide. His death made news around the world and rocked not only his congregation, but the wider church leadership community. His widow, Kayla Stoecklein, joins Carey today to talk about the unique pressures of ministry, what it’s like to be a pastor’s wife of a growing church, Andrew’s…

CNLP 385: Kayla Stoecklein on Handling the Pressures of Ministry, Suicide in Leadership, and How to Help Leaders Who are StrugglingRead More

Over the last 18 years, Bob Westfall has helped charities and not-for-profits raise over one billion dollars for their work. He unpacks why some people give and others don’t, the wrong script to use when raising money, and the principles behind raising more money. Bob also explains why economic downturns don’t necessarily reduce giving and…

CNLP 384: Bob Westfall on How to Raise More Money, Create a Culture of Generosity, and Why Giving Can Grow During Tough Economic TimesRead More