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We are obsessed with helping you grow to your maximum potential and maximizing the impact of your leadership. Each month, we will produce two episodes to help you grow and develop as a leader. One will be a personal lesson by our Founder, Doug Smith and the other will be a conversation with a leader. Our hope is that you will not only learn great leadership lessons but that you will catch great leadership from the lives of the leaders and lessons we expose you to.
 
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Dr. John Wallace is a kid from Homewood, the pastor at Bible Center Church, a professor and provost at the University of Pittsburgh, a husband, and a father of four. His mission is to help God's kingdom come and will be done on earth as it is in heaven, particularly in the realm of community development and interracial relationships. Today, John te…
 
Greg McKeown is the host of the What’s Essential podcast and author of Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less and, more recently, Effortless: Make It Easier to Do What Matters Most. His goal is to help successful people become very successful by avoiding the errors he’s found in his research that keep them from breaking through to their high…
 
If you've listened to the past two episodes, you've heard my republished conversations with two great leaders who both passed recently: Tunch Ilkin and Jay Passavant. These interviews have had me reflecting on what it means to leave a legacy, particularly as a leader. Today, I talk about why it’s important to leave a legacy. I share some questions …
 
Jay Passavant was the founder of North Way Christian Community in Pittsburgh. The impact of his obedience to God’s call in his life to plant that church cannot be understated. He transformed our city, but his impact goes far beyond the walls of Pittsburgh as well. At Jay’s memorial service, my pastor said of him that he could have easily been a suc…
 
Tunch Ilkin played football for the Pittsburgh Steelers for many seasons before becoming a broadcaster for the team for the rest of his career. He spent 35 years serving homeless men, women, and children of Pittsburgh at Light of Life Rescue Mission. He was also on staff at the Bible Chapel, where he made a significant impact on countless men’s liv…
 
Like many leaders, you may think that you can get along fine without being part of a mastermind group. But the truth is, on your own, you’ll only last for so long. In this episode, I talk about why you need a mastermind group and what being in one can do for you. Today, I explain what mastermind groups are and share why they’re so powerful. I note …
 
Phil and Diane Comer are the parents of John Mark Comer, author of The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry. Together, they wrote Raising Passionate Jesus Followers, in which they share the practical parenting wisdom they have gained from raising four children, all of whom are looking for God and making a difference in the world. They have been married fo…
 
Kim Scott is the author of several books including Radical Candor: Be a Kickass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity and Just Work: Get Sh*t Done, Fast & Fair. She has held management positions at both Apple and Twitter, and she is the co-founder of Radical Candor, LLC. Today, Kim joins me to talk about the power and meaning of just leadership. She no…
 
We live in a culture where people spend their health trying to make money, and then they spend all their money that they earned trying to buy back their health - and it’s not working. It’s hard to prioritize your health and fitness, but it’s necessary - not just for you but for all of the people who need your leadership. Today, I talk about the imp…
 
Benjamin Hardy lives in Orlando with his wife and six kids, three of whom are adopted. He is an organizational psychologist with a Ph.D. in the subject from Clemson University. Benjamin writes on psychological self-improvement and entrepreneurial-related topics. Among his books are Will Power Doesn’t Work, Personality Isn’t Permanent, and Who Not H…
 
L3L280 L3 Leadership How to Overcome the Wounds in Your Leadership Journey Have you ever been wounded in your leadership journey? Did it hold you back from what you should have been going for in that season? How long did it hold you back? These are important questions to ask and important questions to answer. Today, I offer some insight on beginnin…
 
In the latest episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, Doug Smith speaks with Ryan Hawk about his advice in the corporate world, experience in football, his recent book, Welcome To Management: How To Grow From Top Performer To Excellent Leader, his show, The Learning Leader Show, and more. Check it out on any major podcasting platform! Key Take-Aways …
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership podcast, you’ll hear Doug share a lesson entitled, “Life at 36.” Each year, around his birthday, Doug spends some time reflecting on where he is and what he’s learning at that age and then he shares his takeaways with you. Regardless of your ages, we’d encourage you to do the same exercise. Remember, the best ex…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith interviews Daniel Harkavy, best-selling author and Founder & CEO of Building Champions, an international life and leadership coaching company that serves some of the world's greatest organizations. About Daniel Harkavy: As a coach to some of the country's highest-profile executives, Daniel Ha…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith shares how he and Laura are leading their family team. ABOUT DOUG SMITH: Doug is the Director of Development at Light of Life Rescue Mission and Founder and CEO of L3 Leadership. He is the author of his eBook, “Making the Most of Mentoring”, a step by step guide to help you build and cultivat…
 
Episode Summary In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith interviews John Mark Comer, Author of The Ruthless Elimination of Hurry and pastor of Bridgetown Church in Portland, Oregon. In the episode, you’ll hear Doug and John Mark discuss the importance of the sabbath, how to work from rest, and having a proper view of success. 6 Key …
 
In this episode, you'll hear Doug share lessons that he has learned in 10 years of working at Light of Life Rescue Mission, a non-profit that serves homeless men, women, and children in Pittsburgh, PA. The topics you'll hear covered are: Fundraising Why you should care about those in need. How to get promoted Leadership Learning how to have hard co…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith interviews Jesse Cole, Founder of Fans First Entertainment and Owner of the Savannah Bananas. You are in for a treat with this power-packed episode. Enjoy! About Jesse Cole Jesse Cole is the founder of Fans First Entertainment and owner of the Savannah Bananas. His teams have welcomed more th…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith continues to share his top lessons learned in 2020. In part 2, you'll hear Doug share what he’s learned about family, personal branding, self-awareness, and more. Key Take-Aways Managing/Firing - It’s the most painful part of leadership. Leaders are willing to do what others are not. The mome…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith interview Denny Pattyn, Founder and President of Silver Ring Thing. Denny has been fighting an incurable cancer diagnosis for the last 5 years. Sixteen operations later, and a loss of 90 pounds, Denny is still continuing to lead strong. In this moving and incredibly inspiring episode, Denny s…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, as part of a two-part teaching, Doug Smith shares his top lessons in learned in 2020. Key Take-Aways From Episode 270. 1. Life is Hard, Don’t Quit Doug shares 5 Truths: You are going to die, Life is hard, You are not that important, You are not in control, Your life is not about you - You must experienc…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith interviews Wayne Cordeiro, Founding Pastor of New Hope Christian Fellowship in Honolulu, Hawaii with over 11,500 in weekend attendance. In the episode, Doug and Wayne discuss leading on empty and the effects of burnout. Wayne has led New Hope Christian Fellowship in Honolulu, Hawaii for 36 ye…
 
Episode Summary In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith interviews Nona Jones, Head of Faith-Based Partnerships for Facebook. In the episode, Nona Jones shares her incredible story and how to build community using social media. About Nona Jones Nona Jones is considered a global thought-leader at the intersection of faith and techno…
 
In episode 267 of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith shares how to deal with stress, burnout, and anxiety in leadership. 10 KEY TAKE-AWAYS FROM EPISODE 267: Doug shares about his personal journey through burnout, stress, and anxiety, and what proved to be the most difficult season of his life. Doug shares wisdom and insight in the areas of burno…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith interviews Jeremy Pryor, Founder of Family Teams and several other businesses and non-profit organizations. Jeremy shares timely insight on how to lead your family team effectively. 7 Key Take-Aways from Episode 266 1. Family Teams is an organization that seeks to restore the Biblical blue pr…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Sam Collier shares his remarkable story of finding his biological family on the Steve Harvey Show and teaching us how we can live a greater story. Sam Collier is a pastor, author, speaker, and host of A Greater Story Podcast. Key Take-Aways from Episode 265: Sam shares his remarkable story of being reun…
 
In This episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, Doug Smith shares how to overcome anxiety in leadership. In this vulnerable and faith-filled episode, Doug shares from his personal experience in battling and overcoming anxiety. Episode Summary: Anxiety and Panic: What does it feel like? What does it look like? Felt like I was going to die Could not sl…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, you'll hear Dave Buehring, Founder & President of Lionshare, share how to make disciples of Jesus in every vocation. Key Takeaways: Jesus can impact every sphere of your life. He came to change the world, not just the church. We often limit disciple-making to the church or something only the church does…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, you’ll hear Gordon MacDonald, pastor and best-selling author, share leadership advice for every decade of your life, the importance of rest, and more! About Gordon Gordon MacDonald has been a pastor and author for over forty years. For many years he pastored Grace Chapel in Lexington, Massachusetts, and…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, you’ll hear Doug Smith interview Clint Hurdle, Former Manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates on the topic of transitioning well in leadership. About Clint Hurdle: Clint Hurdle is the former manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, a position he held for nine seasons, earning him the title of NL Manager of the Year…
 
In this episode of the L3 Leadership Podcast, you’ll hear Joel Manby talk about how to integrate love into your leadership. 4 Key Leadership Insights: 1. What did I do to “get out of the pile” or get noticed as a younger leader? Certainly, the following characteristics helped: skillset, intuition, the anticipation of the next steps, but more than a…
 
In this episode, you'll hear Josh Gagnon, Founder and Lead Pastor of Next Level Church in New Hampshire, share about his latest book, "It's Not Over", and why your best days are ahead of you. About Josh Gagnon Joshua Gagnon is the founding and lead pastor of Next Level Church, regularly recognized as one of the fastest-growing churches in America. …
 
In this episode, you'll hear John Ortberg, Senior Pastor of Menlo Church, share why soul keeping is essential for leaders. Episode Summary: Hurry is different than business. Busyness is an outward condition of the body, having many things to do. Hurry is a condition of the soul, when we are so preoccupied with ourselves and our tasks that we are un…
 
In this episode, you'll hear Dan Reiland, Executive Pastor of 12Stone Church, share how to lead through crisis and how to be a confident leader. Episode Summary: Dan shares how in crisis, all the people who follow you want is a little direction. As leaders, it's crucial that give direction in times of crisis. In Crisis, leaders have to listen bette…
 
In this episode, you'll hear Doug Smith share the Vision and Values of L3 Leadership. Episode Summary: Our Vision at L3 Leadership: We Gather, Connect, and Develop Leaders - We are obsessed with helping leaders develop to their maximum potential and to maximize the impact of their leadership.It’s how we believe we’ll make our dent in the universe. …
 
In this episode, you'll hear John Nuzzo, Senior Pastor of Victory Family Church, interview Doug Smith, Founder and CEO of L3 Leadership. They discuss Doug's leadership journey and passion for leadership development. Episode Summary: Doug shares his story from drug dealer to passionate leader. John talks about the importance of making sure your pass…
 
In this episode, Doug Smith reflects on the top 10 lessons he's learned in his 35 years of life. Episode Summary: At 35, I’m starting to see the compounding effect of handling a lot of days well in my twenties. I’m observing what life will be like when I am 55, 60, and 65 and realizing that life is short and I had better make a difference! I’m lear…
 
Episode Summary: In this episode, Dr. Sam Chand talks about how our leadership will only grow to the threshold of our pain. Most people don't see how seriously I take every call, email, and interview. "You never know who you are helping." What's the difference between the leader of a large organization and a small organization? Pain-tolerance is th…
 
In this episode, you'll hear Doug interview Tony Horton, Founder of P90X. In the interview, Tony shares his story, lessons he's learned, and encourages you to never give up on your dream. To find ways to connect with Tony and for links to everything discussed in the show notes, go to http://www.l3leadership.org/episode252 About Tony Horton: Tony Ho…
 
In this episode, you'll hear Andrew interview Doug on his podcast, The Rainmaker Fundraising Podcast. Andrew Olsen is a #1 Best Selling author, speaker, and nonprofit marketer. He’s helped raise more than $250 million for nonprofits. With more than 20 years of leadership experience, he currently advises nonprofit leaders, boards, and development te…
 
In this episode, you'll hear Doug interview Brad Cooper, Lead Pastor of Newspring Church. They talk about leading in crisis, how to properly honor leaders, and why sometimes our greatest lessons come out of our darkest seasons. For show notes, go to http://www.l3leadership.org/episode250 Subscribe, Rate & Share Thanks for tuning into this week’s ep…
 
In this episode, you'll hear Doug interview, Traci Morrow. You'll hear Traci talk about her journey from pleasing people to leading people. For ways to connect with Traci and links to everything we discussed in the show notes, go to http://www.l3leadership.org/episode249 To learn more about Traci, go here: https://www.tracimorrow.com/ Thanks for tu…
 
In this episode, you'll hear Doug Smith share his step by step process for leading an organization through COVID-19 or any other crisis. You'll learn: What your leadership team should be thinking through? How to form and run a crisis task force. How and what to communicate to your staff. How to stay connected with your team. For show notes, go to h…
 
John Donovan is the former CEO of AT&T Communications, a global telecommunications company serving millions of customers worldwide. John has decades of experience working in executive leadership roles, including as the Executive Vice President of Product, Sales, Marketing and Operations at Verisign Inc. and the Chairman and CEO of inCode Telecom Gr…
 
In today’s episode, Laura and I share our thoughts on how to lead during times of crisis. Specifically, we'll be sharing our thoughts on how to lead through the Corona Virus epidemic. We believe that in times like this, it's more important than ever to for leaders to speak up and lead well. We hope that this episode will encourage and equip you to …
 
You are one relationship away from changing your destiny - how will you plan accordingly? By being intentional with your networking strategy, you can open doors to meetings with leaders you never thought you’d ever have the opportunity to be in the same room with. With the right approach, you have an even greater opportunity to transform your one-t…
 
Sister entrepreneurs Kay and Shi are the owners of the Squeeze In Restaurant Group. The duo helped grow Squeeze In from a family restaurant into a national brand that serves millions of guests in 12 locations across four states and generates 10 million dollars in annual revenue. Today, Kay and Shi join me to share their lives as entrepreneurs and t…
 
Clint Hurdle is the former manager of the Pittsburgh Pirates, a position he held for nine seasons, earning him the title of NL Manager of the Year in 2013. Before working with the Pirates, Clint managed the Colorado Rockies and helped them achieve the 2007 National League pennant. Clint formerly played baseball for the Kansas City Royals along with…
 
Anthony ONeal is a thought leader on topics including money, life, and education. He is the best-selling author of Debt-Free Degree and Graduate Survival Guide: 5 Mistakes You Can’t Afford to Make in College. Anthony, who turned his life around after being massively in debt at the age of nineteen, is a public speaker providing valuable insight to t…
 
Will you put yourself in rooms that will grow your leadership capabilities this year? Attending in-person leadership events is a crucial aspect of gaining professional insight and making connections that could lead you in any number of directions. By attending conferences such as the L3 Leadership Conference and bringing your team with you, you can…
 
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