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My Favorite Leadership Resource Right Now

I love the Carey Nieuwhof Leadership Podcast.

Carey is a pastor and author from Canada and on his podcast he interviews top Christian leaders and asks them questions over the course of an hour that gives them time and space to open up and say things that you wouldn’t normally get a chance to hear.  

There are more than 200 episodes, and Carey releases a new one every week.  This guy is prolific.  I listen to these podcasts at the gym, while driving, doing yard work, etc.

I use an app on my iPhone called Overcast to subscribe and listen, but you can also listen from your computer here: https://careynieuwhof.com/mypodcast/

Here are some of my favorite episodes:

CNLP 004: WHY YOUNG ADULTS ARE WALKING AWAY FROM THE CHURCH & WHAT YOU CAN DO ABOUT IT—AN INTERVIEW WITH KARA POWELL

CNLP 061: THE INSECURE LEADER – AN INTERVIEW WITH JOSH GAGNON 

CNLP 083: RAVI ZACHARIAS ON HOW PREACHING AND EVANGELISM NEED TO CHANGE TO REACH THE NEXT GENERATION

CNLP 130: SCOTT SAULS ON CULTIVATING TRUE FRIENDSHIPS IN A LONELY CULTURE AND ON WORKING WITH TIM KELLER

CNLP 151: MARK CLARK ON APOLOGETICS FOR POST-CHRISTIAN, POST-MODERN YOUNG ADULTS: SEX, HELL, SCIENCE AND SO MUCH MORE

CNLP 160: DR. HENRY CLOUD ON WHAT ALL HIGH PERFORMING LEADERS HAVE IN COMMON, INVESTING IN YOURSELF AND OVERCOMING DYSFUNCTION IN YOUR CHURCH

CNLP 168: JOHN ORTBERG ON THE PROBLEM WITH HURRY IN LEADERSHIP, WHY SO MANY LEADERS STRUGGLE WITH INTIMACY AND HIS FRIENDSHIP WITH DALLAS WILLARD 

CNLP 178: SCOTT SAULS ON UNHEALTHY AMBITION, ENVY AND ISOLATION IN LEADERSHIP 

CNLP BONUS 020: DANIELLE STRICKLAND ON BECOMING A GREAT COMMUNICATOR, KNOWING WHEN IT’S TIME TO MOVE ON AND BEING A REBEL AT HEART 

CNLP 191: CHRISTINE CAINE ON BETRAYAL, CHAOS AND HOW TO STILL TRUST GOD WHEN YOU DON’T UNDERSTAND WHY THINGS ARE GOING THE WAY THEY’RE GOING 

CNLP 204: JON TYSON ON REACHING CYNICS IN NYC AND WHAT TO DO WHEN THE BURDEN OF LEADERSHIP FEELS TOO HEAVY 

CNLP 214: NANCY DUARTE ON WHAT ALL GREAT SPEECHES AND TALKS HAVE IN COMMON, THE BIGGEST COMMUNICATION MISTAKES PREACHERS AND SPEAKERS MAKE, AND HOW SPEAKING IS CHANGING


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