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The Insight Interviews – Powered by Rewire
Here’s the deal. You have it in you to grow yourself and your business to even greater heights than you’ve already reached. We’re gathering a collection of some amazingly insightful people to help you do just that. Each week with The Insight Interviews, we’ll unpack the experiences of unique business leaders, high capacity sales professionals and standout thought leaders to explore what they have learned along their road to success in order to open the door to insights you can use to achieve your own. We want to help you see beneath the surface of whatever it is that you call success and into the changes in thinking that make your sustainable and actionable success possible. Your hosts, Jason Abell and Steve Scanlon, have a combined 33,000 hours coaching entrepreneurs, leaders and high performers of all kinds. They have started 9 businesses between them, and during their individual careers have been responsible for billions of dollars of production in the residential mortgage industry. They are each crazy about their wives, their dogs, and sometimes even their kids. If you want to grow by gathering insights from the successes (and failures) of some of the best in business, The Insight Interviews is for you. It’s powered by Rewire. And it’s freaking awesome!
Tony has over 20 years of executive leadership experience in the real estate industry. Before joining Atlas, he was responsible for seven states in the Mountain West for the largest mortgage company in the U.S. Today, Tony leads the overall strategy and direction of Atlas while maintaining a relentless commitment to the firm’s values and culture.
In this episode Steve and Tony discuss:
- Developing leaders and advancing the mission of the company.
- Setting aside distractions and being present to make the moment memorable.
- Taking the time to realize your calling in the world.
- Embracing failure so that you can learn and progress.
- Have an integration and sense of wholeness so you know what you are good at, what you are bad at, and be at peace with embracing both.
- Leadership is about building relationships and a community of trust, but you can’t get a deep level of trust without some vulnerability.
- See the strength of a leader through their vulnerability because there is a difference between transparency and vulnerability.
“Engage in intentional and meaningful coaching.” – Tony Julianelle