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Freed is a radio-drama podcast detailing the ramifications a worldwide pandemic has on people and the world as a whole, told through bi-weekly updates from the cozy yet abandoned mountain town of Freed. Learn more about the town's history, the fall of humanity, and how to help rebuild society. In the meantime, be safe. Be strong. Be alive.
 
The Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast offers personal, practical coaching lessons that take the mystery out of leadership. In each episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, Craig brings you empowering insights and easy-to-understand takeaways you can use to lead yourself and lead your team. You’ll learn effective ways to grow as a leader, optimize your time, develop your team, and structure your organization.
 
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The Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast is celebrating 100 episodes, and you're asking the questions! In this Q&A hosted by Life.Church Directional Leader Sam Roberts, Craig answers top questions about developing teams, feedback, message prep, and more. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/celebrating-…
 
In today's episode, Carey Nieuwhof shares how you can live in a way today that will help you thrive tomorrow. Hear how he builds relationships with influential leaders, and learn his new framework for managing time, energy, and priorities. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/q-a-with-carey-nieuwhof-l…
 
On December 3, 2014, a 7-year-old girl named Destiny Gonzalez was killed while crossing State Street in Springfield, Massachusetts. What gets lost in the shocking statistics about the number of pedestrians who die each year in traffic crashes—4,884 in the U.S. in 2014, more than 6,700 in 2020—is that they aren’t “statistics” at all, or even “pedest…
 
You are likely the most difficult person you'll ever lead. Today, as a continuation of "Learning to Lead Yourself, Part 1," Craig shares two "whats" and a "who" that will help you completely rethink what you consume (and inevitably become) as a leader. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/3-secrets-to…
 
Have you visited the Strong Towns Action Lab? That's where we keep our best, most actionable content. We've written a lot over the years, and we wanted to have a place we could direct people to when they want to quickly access our top content—including videos, podcasts, and e-books. Think of it as a database of resources that we've cultivated just …
 
Which comes first: a great transit system or a great city that can support it? What role does high-speed rail play in an overall, effective transportation system? And is an incremental approach really possible with high-speed transit? These are important questions with potentially complex answers. For insight we turned to Rick Harnish. He’s executi…
 
Who's the most difficult person you lead? It's likely yourself. Your potential to lead others is a direct result of how you lead yourself. In Part 1 of "Learning to Lead Yourself," Craig teaches two ways to develop your own leadership identity and goals. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/learning-t…
 
This week on the Strong Towns podcast, Chuck makes a confession about something he did that he now regrets...and you might be surprised at how much of it revolves around poor placement of park benches in his town of Brainerd, Minnesota. Of course, that's not all this episode deals with. What Chuck's beef with his local park's benches really boils d…
 
For more than four years, Strong Towns has been telling the story of the so-called I-49 Connector project in Shreveport, Louisiana. We say “so-called” because while this project may seek to connect two sections of I-49, it will do so by rending the Allendale neighborhood, a vibrant, predominantly black neighborhood that is the gateway to downtown S…
 
You've read Granola Shotgun. You've seen Johnny Sanphillippo on our website (including in an article just released today). You've heard him on the Strong Towns Podcast multiple times, and those interviews have each been hits with our listeners. So, we've invited him back again to chat with Strong Towns President Chuck Marohn. For those who don't kn…
 
We hear it all the time: “Keep your options open.” It’s the philosophy that shapes much of our approach to education, career, and relationships. It also shapes where we choose to live and, critically, how we live there. Pete Davis calls this infinite browsing mode, and he says it is the defining characteristic of our time. Davis compares it to a lo…
 
The traditional development pattern of towns and cities evolved with humans, the same way ant hills evolved with the ant and bee hives evolved with the bee. Yet around the time of the Great Depression, North Americans began jettisoning millennia of accumulated wisdom about city-building in favor of a suburban development pattern that was scaled for…
 
Writing a book, hosting a podcast, planting a church, and building a non-profit are just a few of the things Bianca Juárez Olthoff has accomplished, and she says it all starts with discontent. In today's episode, learn how to start writing your own story. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/q-a-with-…
 
How far should we go in trusting experts? That's the question that Strong Towns President Chuck Marohn tackles this week on the Strong Towns Podcast. By taking a trip through the past to the present, Chuck looks at various events in recent history—from 9/11 and the Iraq War to the origins of the COVID-19 pandemic—to see what they can teach us about…
 
Jason Slaughter is the creator of Not Just Bikes, a fast-growing YouTube channel about urban planning and urban life. Based in Amsterdam, he often makes videos about why city living in The Netherlands is so good...including the bikes, but not just the bikes. Yet Slaughter grew up in London, Ontario, and many of his most-watched videos feature trenc…
 
We all want to seem smart, strong, and innovative. We want to impress people. But, impressing people is not the same as connecting with people. In this episode, Craig shows how connecting with people's hearts is the quickest way to inspire them to action. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/heart-ove…
 
Last week, we announced that Strong Towns has filed a lawsuit against the Minnesota Board of Engineering Licensure in federal district court. For more information about the case, its background, and anything that we're doing in relation to it, check out the landing page we've made where you can read the full complaint and get some additional contex…
 
A small group of professional engineers are using the licensing process to stifle calls for reform and retaliate against Strong Towns for its advocacy. The Strong Towns organization advocates for reforming the way we build our cities, especially the approach that many professional engineers take with transportation and infrastructure systems. Our c…
 
What if everything you know about time management is wrong? What if procrastination can help you get the most important things done? On this episode of the Craig Groeschel Leadership Podcast, get the answers from time management expert Rory Vaden. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/q-a-with-rory-vad…
 
How much conscious thought goes into our reactions to a place? It might be less than you think. The more we come to understand the human brain, the more we see how much the unconscious mind, and our need to socialize in particular, influences us. And by extension, it influences our architecture. Our capacity for recognizing human faces, for example…
 
When it comes to housing, Detroit's struggles could be seen as a portent of things to come for other parts of America. Over the past fifteen years, one in three properties in the city have entered into tax foreclosure auctions, with speculators "milking" foreclosed homes for however much money they can get in the short-term, all while letting the p…
 
Here at Strong Towns we often talk about cities and towns in North America, but what about our friends across the pond? While cities in the UK may not be facing exactly the same kind of infrastructure crisis as ours, they were similarly impacted by new development patterns after WWII. Namely, the UK implemented planning systems (not wholly unlike z…
 
A leader can do more than motivate. The best leaders inspire their teams to make a difference. In the final part of the master class “How the Best Leaders Think,” Craig shares how to become a centered leader who inspires others to change the world. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/part-five-think-…
 
Please note: This episode of The Strong Towns Podcast was recorded and scheduled for publication last week, prior to the recent shooting of Duante Wright. “Have you ever had a stare at death?” Michael Odiari has. So have many others who have been pulled over for would-be routine traffic violations. What should be standard procedure too frequently t…
 
What if problems are actually opportunities in disguise? In part four of "How the Best Leaders Think," Craig shares how to retrain your mind to see all the new options that every problem creates. As a leader, learn to think "possibility" not "problem." Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/part-four-th…
 
Strong Towns president Chuck Marohn has a conversation with representatives from our two Strongest Town finalists: Mayor Steve Streit of Lockport, and Mayor Robyn Tannehill of Oxford. To vote in the matchup, go here: https://www.strongtowns.org/journal/2021/4/5/strongest-town-championship-round To catch up on the contest, and to see the full rules …
 
Great leaders don’t just spend resources; spending is an equal trade of input for results. The best leaders strategize about the direction of their resources. In part three of "How the Best Leaders Think," Craig shares how leaders think "investment." Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/part-three-thi…
 
“Choosing screens over people.” It’s a phrase we hear often these days in relation to smartphones and other digital devices. But, as Eric O. Jacobsen describes in his new book, Three Pieces of Glass: Why We Feel Lonely in a World Mediated by Screens, we started choosing screens—or, more precisely, windshields—decades before the smartphone. Prior to…
 
When we try to control everything, we unintentionally undervalue the people around us. And undervalued people either don’t grow or they don’t stay. In part two of "How the Best Leaders Think," Craig shares how to start empowering the leaders around us. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/part-two-thi…
 
The numbers are staggering, saddening, maddening. From 2010-2019, 53,435 people were killed by drivers while walking. That’s up 45% from the previous decade. In 2019, the last year for which we have complete data, 6,237 people were struck and killed...the equivalent of more than 17 per day. The years from 2016-2019 were the four deadliest years in …
 
As leaders, sometimes we try to copy what good leaders are doing—and that's not a bad place to start. But in this kickoff to a five-part series, Craig Groeschel shares an even better approach: learning to think how the best leaders think. Watch video and download the leader guide: https://www.life.church/leadershippodcast/part-one-how-the-best-lead…
 
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