Catalyst Podcasts Interviews Me on Leadership

A few weeks ago, Brad Lomenick interviewed me for Catalyst Podcasts. We discussed my business practices as a CEO, the future of social media, and my advice to the next generation of leaders.

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This interview is now up on CatalystSpace. It is a podcast format. You can listen online, download to your computer, or download to your iPhone or iPod via iTunes. (These are all options via this link.) The interview is about 40 minutes long.

I personally don’t listen to many podcasts. However, the Catalyst Podcast and The Andy Stanley Leadership Podcast are on my never-miss list. If you are a leader, you will find these podcasts incredibly inspiring and practical.

By the way, if you not registered for the Catalyst Conference this fall, October 7–9, I would strongly encourage you to consider doing so.

What do you wish Brad should have asked but didn’t? What do you wish I would have elaborated on more?
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  • http://intensedebate.com/people/human3rror human3rror

    love that graphic…

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  • http://www.gregrittler.com Greg Rittler

    MIchael – really enjoyed the interview…two things:
    -What was the 1990's business venture that didn't work out? I think a lot of people could relate to that now and the ideas that you expounded on as a result.
    -Do you have people who help you blog or is everything here 100% yours? I think a lot of people get intimidated by the amount of volume that they need to put out to be joining the conversations in the blogosphere.

    Keep moving forward,

    Greg

    • http://intensedebate.com/people/michaelhyatt Michael Hyatt

      Greg,

      – The business was Wolgemuth & Hyatt Publishers.

      – Yes, I write 100% of the content on this blog, and on Twitter and Facebook. You can tell by the typos!

      Thanks,

      Mike

  • http://beaconhillnw.com Jim

    just downloaded the podcast to listen to…thanks for the fyi

  • http://twitter.com/ronswanson @ronswanson

    Great podcast, you're a smart dude!