Disruptive Successor Podcast – Business mentoring
The Disruptive Successor Show is a podcast for next-generation leaders in family businesses and entrepreneurs who want to disrupt the status quo to grow their business and take it to the next level.
We all know that what got us here isn’t going to get us there.
If you are taking control over your family’s business or trying to get your business to the next level, you will need inspiration, advice and resources to help you create a massive impact.
Listeners of my show include not only the millennial or Gen Z but also the Baby Boomer and Gen Y. My listeners tend to be involved in these industries: business services, construction, design-build-maintain landscape contracting, food manufacturing, property management, real estate, and technology.
And are interested in issues like business coaching, branding, communication, difficult conversations, disruption, employee ownership, exit planning, financial management, leadership, innovation, intergenerational transfer, marketing, multi-generational family businesses, business operations, process documentation, security, selling, storytelling, succession, visioning, wealth management,
My guests are entrepreneurs, family business advisors, multi-generational and Gen 2 family business leaders, heads of university family business programs, consultants, coaches and firms that serve those who are growth businesses.
Clients of my show typically are running businesses with 10 to 200 employees and $1M to $20M in revenues.
Their concerns include: scaling up, exit planning, succession, leadership development, disruption, business planning, finances, growth planning, transferring generational wealth, transferring control, ownership issues, and more.
The benefits listeners receive are introductions to experts and advisors around the issues of growing and exiting a business, whether it’s a family business or entrepreneurial venture. They get a feel for the challenges other business owners and leaders face and how they overcame them. They will hear stories from people and how they came to do their work and why.
My shows feature handpicked guests who engage with me in casual conversations lasting between 30 to 40 minutes. You can expect to be entertained, engaged and may even get takeaways like business tools or ideas for implementation in your business.
I’ve led entrepreneurial adventures in art, clothing, a holistic health lifestyle magazine and trade show, shoe manufacturing. I’ve also led several non-profit organizations. I earned an MBA from the University of Southern California in Entrepreneurship.
I’ve been advising, coaching and consulting family-owned, family-run and entrepreneur-led businesses since 1989. My love for entrepreneurship follows the closure of my family’s sizeable multi-generational clothing manufacturing company after eight decades of operation because there were no successors.
After uncovering the code to scale up a family-run business – a playbook and a disruptive successor – I wrote a book called Disruptive Successor: A Guide To Driving Growth in Your Family Business.
My podcast is my effort to bring interested people into the conversation to benefit disruptive successors.
As a Leadership Coach, Author, Public Speaker, and Host of not just one, but two podcasts; “The Brave Files” & “Was A Chance”, Heather Vickery is all about empowerment and a tough cookie to crumble. Jonathan Goldhill welcomes Heather in another exciting episode of the Disruptive Successor show. They will discuss the B.R.A.V.E. Method and the qualities you need to take note of when leading a business.
- Stepping into leadership
- Fear is there to save you
- The B.R.A.V.E. Method
- Boundaries X Core Values
- Reassessment, Reframing, and Resilience
- Action and Accountability
- Vulnerability to be authentic about yourself
- Expand and Empower
Heather: “It’s an interesting concept, I think, in many cases, and of course, it’s going to be different, these family dynamics are tricky, but in many cases, I think folks tend to hold back.”
Heather: “The reality is we all face some types of fear in our life, and in some cases, fear is there for you, it saves you.”
Heather: “Give people a chance to prove you wrong, or just to stake your claim that you have something to say that you have the right to be heard that you want to sit at this table, and stop deciding for everybody else how they’re going to react.”
Heather: “The B.R.A.V.E. method is about showing up for yourself and expansion and empowerment are inside jobs. No one can do that for you.”
Heather: “It’s like sending elementary school kids homework, just for the sake of proving that you’re stronger than they are, that you can make them bow down to your will, it’s bulls**t, and it’s not the way most companies run their business anymore.”
Heather: “Gratitude is the number one thing that has been scientifically proven to increase happiness, joy, and overall wellbeing while decreasing stress, anxiety and depression.”
Connect with Heather and learn more about his work using the links below:
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