Flipping the Script Leadership Beyond the Title

18: The Formula of Knowledge & the Action Path of Influential and Elite Business Leaders

June 29, 2020 Cha'Lea Stafford Season 1 Episode 18
Flipping the Script Leadership Beyond the Title
18: The Formula of Knowledge & the Action Path of Influential and Elite Business Leaders
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Flipping the Script Leadership Beyond the Title
18: The Formula of Knowledge & the Action Path of Influential and Elite Business Leaders
Jun 29, 2020 Season 1 Episode 18
Cha'Lea Stafford

Amazing leaders have many exceptional habits - one of them is surprisingly simple, reading.

Warren Buffet estimates he spends 80% of his time reading, and Mark Cuban is known for reading up to  3 hours a day.

A study performed in US News & World Reports included 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people and found one surprising commonality they were all avid readers.

The most successful people learn how to produce a result.

We've all heard the term leaders are readers, but is there more we're missing to the puzzle of continuous learning?

Before we rush to add more books to our list this year, let's explore a bigger question.

How do we turn what we read into actions that produce results?

Joining us to explore The Action Path is the Founder and CEO of Read It For Me, Steve Cunningham. 

Steve has read over 2000+ books and has learned critical lessons that open the mind and compel you to take action.  

As an avid reader myself, I'm thrilled to connect you with the founder of a company that has made it possible for high performing leaders to hone their craft and take action on the way you execute on your professional and personal development.

We’ll explore: 

  • Why reading is critical to the success of top performers.
  • Reading is only one part of the equation. What is the other?
  • How to help your team(s) read more books based on their skills and gaps.


You’ll discover: 

  • Why information doesn’t equal transformation.
  • How to translate what you’re learning into new behaviors.
  • Why you shouldn’t adopt someone else’s reading list. 

Interview Links:

Show Notes

Amazing leaders have many exceptional habits - one of them is surprisingly simple, reading.

Warren Buffet estimates he spends 80% of his time reading, and Mark Cuban is known for reading up to  3 hours a day.

A study performed in US News & World Reports included 1,200 of the world's wealthiest people and found one surprising commonality they were all avid readers.

The most successful people learn how to produce a result.

We've all heard the term leaders are readers, but is there more we're missing to the puzzle of continuous learning?

Before we rush to add more books to our list this year, let's explore a bigger question.

How do we turn what we read into actions that produce results?

Joining us to explore The Action Path is the Founder and CEO of Read It For Me, Steve Cunningham. 

Steve has read over 2000+ books and has learned critical lessons that open the mind and compel you to take action.  

As an avid reader myself, I'm thrilled to connect you with the founder of a company that has made it possible for high performing leaders to hone their craft and take action on the way you execute on your professional and personal development.

We’ll explore: 

  • Why reading is critical to the success of top performers.
  • Reading is only one part of the equation. What is the other?
  • How to help your team(s) read more books based on their skills and gaps.


You’ll discover: 

  • Why information doesn’t equal transformation.
  • How to translate what you’re learning into new behaviors.
  • Why you shouldn’t adopt someone else’s reading list. 

Interview Links: