Beth Moore explains how she stays engaged on social media despite the controversies and challenges she gets, how she handles her critics, and shares some of the back story of her life and leadership and how she’s staying resilient over the long run. Welcome to Episode 380 of the podcast. Listen and access the show notes…

CNLP 380: Beth Moore on How to Handle the Train Wreck of Social Media, How She Handles Her Critics and How to Stay Resilient Over the Long RunRead More

New York Times bestselling author, Lysa TerKeurst, returns to the podcast to explore forgiveness, an issue so many leaders struggle with. Every time someone leaves, criticizes you, betrays you or otherwise harms you, how do you forgive? Should you forgive? And, how do you set boundaries that keep you and others healthy? Welcome to Episode…

CNLP 379: Lysa TerKeurst on How to Forgive What You Can’t Forget, Overcoming Bitterness and Setting Boundaries that Make Sense for LeadersRead More
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Lecrae was topping the Billboard charts, winning Grammys and was at the top of his career when things were coming undone internally. In an open and vulnerable interview, Lecrae talks about the pressures of fame, losing his faith, dealing with addictions, anxiety and personal trauma, and how he’s finding healing. Welcome to Episode 371 of…

CNLP 371: Lecrae on Losing His Faith and Finding it Again, the Anxiety and Pressure of Life at the Top, and Overcoming Personal TraumaRead More
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In a wide-ranging conversation, Danielle Strickland joins Carey in his home studio to talk about why it’s unfair to expect women speakers to hit home runs every time they communicate and why she started the Women’s Speaker Collective. Danielle explains why, despite Billy Graham’s amazing legacy, the Billy Graham rule that men and women never…

CNLP 362: Danielle Strickland on Dumping the Billy Graham Rule, Why Women Speakers Don’t Need to Hit Home Runs, and Spirituality That’s Way Too HeadyRead More

You probably already have some regrets as a leader. I know I do. Not only as a leader, but as a husband, dad and friend too. Leadership is so complicated that sometimes it’s hard to know what to focus on. Add a global crisis into the mix and it’s even more confusing. So why is…

21 Things No Leader Ever Regrets DoingRead More