In this episode of Championship Leadership, it is a great honor to have with us Jeremiah Hardy, Former Retired Warrant Officer at US Army and Consultant of Victory Leadership. At an early age of 18, Jeremiah pursued to join the Army with the advice of his grandfather who greatly influenced him. Luckily, his decision paid off as he acquired discipline, knowledge and developed leadership skills that he used later in his life.
Now, Jeremiah set his eyes on helping individuals in navigating issues in leadership and applied the principles he obtained during his military time. These and more!!
Watch this episode and learn more about Jeremiah Hardy!!
In This Episode:
[2:24] What does Championship Leadership mean to Jeremiah?
[3:53] Who is Jeremiah Hardy, and what brought him to where he is today?
[7:45] Leaders that have influenced him.
[11:34] His vision, future plans, and the impact he wants to make.
[14:02] A turning point of his life.
[17:51] Episode takeaways.
“What makes somebody a champion is because when you serve everyone around you, it tends to build them up, and you tend to make other people win as well.”
“You have to truly care about the people in your organization and help them with the stuff that’s going on, whether it’s on a personal or a professional level. Because if their mind is right, they’re always going to be able to focus better.”
“If you put yourself in rooms constantly where you are not being challenged you’re in the wrong room.”
“Comfort is the enemy of success.”
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