Aaron Walker Podcasts

Podcast Guesting: Veteran on the Move

Posted by Aaron Walker on Feb 14, 2019 9:00:00 AM

I had such a great time talking to Joe Crane of Veteran on the Move.  In this episode, we have talked about my life, experiences, experiences as an entrepreneur, the pivotal moment in my life and much more!

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Topics: clarity, discpline, integrity, preparation, blueprint, move forward, consistent, persistent, commitment, Podcast, Tips, Priorities, significance, success, relationships, community, Interviews, Career, Family, Masterminds, Business Coaching, Life Coaching, Motivation, Accountability, Coaching

Podcast Guesting: The Connie Pheiff Show

Posted by Aaron Walker on Feb 12, 2019 10:00:00 AM

I was humbled to be interviewed recently by @conniepheiff on the Connie Pheiff Show. Click HERE to listen to the full episode.…  give it a listen and while you’re on iTunes subscribe to Connie’s page… and leave your feedback. 

 

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Topics: clarity, discpline, integrity, preparation, blueprint, move forward, consistent, persistent, commitment, Podcast, Tips, Priorities, significance, success, relationships, community, Interviews, Career, Masterminds, Family, Business Coaching, Life Coaching, character, Accountability, Motivation, Coaching

Bold Idea Podcast: Aaron Walker on what makes a great mentor

Posted by Aaron Walker on Feb 10, 2019 9:00:00 AM

I had such a great time guesting in Bold Idea Podcast!  It was an honor to be in the show as well!  Below are some of the things I have said in this episode:

“We’ve got to have a giving mindset and not a taking mindset.” 

“We are stewards over what God has given us. That doesn’t just mean financially, that means our time as well.” 

“We were created to be in community. Isolation is the enemy to excellence..” 

“If you have had any kind of success at all, you need to be passing the torch to the next generation.” 

 

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Topics: clarity, discpline, integrity, preparation, blueprint, move forward, consistent, persistent, commitment, Podcast, Tips, Priorities, significance, success, relationships, community, Interviews, Fun, Career, Balance, Family, Masterminds, Business Coaching, Life Coaching, Accountability, Motivation, Coaching

Every Job Becomes Faith-Based When You’re Engaged

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jan 29, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Keith Harris is the Vice President of Fellowship Management, and has been a part of Lord & Company, Inc., for the last 20 years, where he is currently an Operations Manager. Keith also won the 2012 Rising Star Award, presented by the Control Systems Integrators Association.

Highlights from This Episode:

  • What are some of the best aspects of being a dad?
  • Keith, is there a secret to developing strong friendships with your children?
  • Keith tries to stay on top of what’s happening in his kid’s world and what’s happening on social media.
  • When was the last time Keith experienced joy?
  • What do people consistently ask Keith for help with?
  • What makes for an effective listener?
  • What is something Keith is obsessed with right now?
  • How does Keith’s faith live out through his professional life?
  • What is the biggest business takeaway that Keith can share?
  • Why did Keith join ISI?


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Topics: integrity, preparation, blueprint, move forward, consistent, persistent, commitment, Podcast, Tips, Parenting, Priorities, significance, success, relationships, community, Balance, Family, Masterminds, Business Coaching, Marriage, character, Life Coaching, Accountability, Motivation

God Will Always Make a Way

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jan 27, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Scott Hooper has been making a difference in the lives of kids since he was basically a kid himself. For the last 20+ years, he has served as the Children’s Pastor at Cottonwood Church in Dublin, Texas. Scott is also a board member for Kids Across Cultures, an organization that helps supply clean water to villages in rural China.

 

Highlights from This Episode:

● When was the last time Scott experienced Joy?

● Has Scott ever taken a charity mission trip with the entire family?

● What is the value of taking your family overseas to do a mission trip?

● Scott believes if children learn English, Spanish, and Chinese, they can branch into any market in the world.

● How does Scott reach outside of his local church to help his community?

● How does Scott connect with people in authentic ways?

● Why did Scott join the ISI community?

● God will always make a way.

● What has been the most unexpected benefit of joining the ISI community?

● Scott’s wife has even noticed a difference!


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Topics: integrity, preparation, blueprint, move forward, consistent, persistent, commitment, Podcast, Tips, Priorities, significance, success, relationships, community, Interviews, Career, Balance, Family, Masterminds, Business Coaching, character, Life Coaching, Accountability, Motivation

Don't Let Grudges Hold You Back. Practice Forgiveness Instead with Tony Fonte.

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jan 17, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Tony Fonte is a coach, speaker, and author. Tony’s wife passed away suddenly and it left Tony to care for his very young daughter at the time. Yet through all the darkness Tony has faced, he was able to find the light. He understands what it is like to experience painful loss, which is why he helps others going through bad times find a new beginning.

 

Highlights from This Episode:

● When was the last time Tony experienced joy?

● What kinds of things do people consistently ask Tony for help with?

● How does Tony help people with their mindset?

● What’s happening on the inside dictates what’s happening on the outside.

● What is Tony obsessed with right now?

● Why did Tony start his coaching business?

● Unfortunately, Tony’s wife passed away suddenly after 6 months of being married together.

● How does Tony incorporate his faith into his professional life?

● What are some of Tony’s routines?

● No matter how hard it gets, keep going.

Click HERE to listen to the full episode.

 

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Topics: integrity, preparation, blueprint, move forward, consistent, persistent, commitment, Podcast, Priorities, significance, success, relationships, community, Interviews, Career, Balance, Family, Masterminds, character, Accountability, Motivation, Coaching

Small Incremental Changes Lead to Big Things Over Time

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jan 15, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Cade Joiner is the owner of Shred-X Corporation. Cade, who is originally from Georgia, was working in Washington and was absolutely miserable. He hated the weather and his job, so he prayed to God to show him a sign. Well, God delivered him that sign and Cade knew he had to pack up his stuff, quit his job, and move back home to start what is now the largest independent shredding company in the Southeast. 

 

Highlights from This Episode:

● When was the last time Cade experienced joy?

● What does Cade and his family like to do together?

● What kind of tasks does Cade consistently help people with?

● Cade left his full-time job on a leap of faith, and doesn't regret it one bit!

● How did Cade's parents respond when Cade suddenly quit his job?

● What is Cade currently obsessed with?

● Cade tries to read a new book every week.

● Spending 10-15 minutes with the men in the community has been incredibly valuable for Cade.

● What kind of routines or systems does Cade have?

● What has been the most unexpected benefit of Iron Sharpens Iron?

 

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Topics: integrity, preparation, blueprint, move forward, consistent, persistent, commitment, Podcast, Priorities, significance, success, relationships, community, Career, Balance, Family, Business Coaching, character, Life Coaching, Accountability, Motivation, Coaching

View from the Top Podcast: Confessions of a Terrible Husband with Nick Pavlidis

Posted by Aaron Walker on Jan 11, 2019 9:00:00 AM

Nick Pavlidis is a terrible husband, which is why he wrote a book on this very subject. Nick discusses why it took him so long to write his book, but is grateful he finally finished it because it has lead him down some new business opportunities. Find out more about Nick and his professional ghostwriting career on this podcast episode!

 

Episode Highlights:

● What is Nick's favorite memory?

● Nick has been focused on saying yes a lot more these past few years.

● Nick is more a person of principle person than he is a process person.

● What are some of Nick's core principles?

● What is something Nick is obsessed with right now?

● Nick talks about his book, Confessions of a Terrible Husband.

● Nick has been ghostwriting professionally for the past year, but technically he's been ghostwriting for the past decade.

● What is Nick currently working on?

● What has been the most unexpected benefit of Iron Sharpens Iron?

● Nick offers some parting words of advice.

Click HERE to listen to the full episode.

 

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Topics: integrity, preparation, blueprint, move forward, consistent, persistent, commitment, Podcast, Parenting, significance, success, relationships, Balance, Family, character, Marriage, Life Coaching, Motivation, Coaching

The Hidden Why Podcast Presents Aaron Walker – Authentic

Posted by Aaron Walker on Dec 22, 2018 9:00:00 AM

The Hidden Why Podcast!  I enjoyed talking to Leigh Martinuzzi.  We have discussed "authentic" on this episode.

Click HERE to listen to the full episode. 

 

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Topics: integrity, consistent, commitment, persistent, Podcast, Priorities, significance, success, relationships, community, Interviews, Career, Balance, Family, Business Coaching, Marriage, Life Coaching, Accountability, Motivation

Aaron Walker from the Valley to the Mountaintop

Posted by Aaron Walker on Dec 19, 2018 9:00:00 PM

I had a blast taking to Eric Nevins of Halfway There Podcast.

Below are the things that we have discussed in this episode:

  • Growing up in a Christian family in Tennessee
  • Giving his heart to Christ at a revival in 1970
  • How his life changed when he hit a pedestrian in his car on August 1, 2001
  • What his life was like before the accident
  • Why he was angry going through the dark night
  • How he learned prayer is not just asking God for things
  • Learning to memorize Scripture in his morning routine
  • How he ended up in a mastermind with Dave Ramsey
  • How he helps people with Iron Sharpens Iron Mastermind Groups

Click HERE to listen to the full episode.

 

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