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Move People Podcast

By Andrew Barlow

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Life at the top can be lonely, not to mention a little confusing sometimes. This podcast is intended to help leaders gain insight into what it takes to not only become a leader, but also to deliver on the potential of their organizations and maintain balance in their lives.

Customer Reviews

compelling interviews, great variety

Move People has a wonderful variety of leaders from different walks of life and has quickly become one of my favorites. Andrew's interviews are compelling, educational, and thoughtful. Glad I subscribed!

Jose M.

I really enjoy how Andy engages with these diverse leaders using humor, grace and genuine curiosity. It's like we're all just sitting in the living room listening to an interesting neighbor tell their stories. These days, so many of our local and national leaders confuse leading with speaking, and then speak mainly to activate our deepest fears. It is refreshing to hear these leaders speak from the heart and tell us their truths.

Good Stuff

This is a wonderful podcast. The convos are intimate and honest. They touch on all sorts of topics that anyone can relate to and apply to their own life. Andrew has a way of pulling things out of people... in a natural, friendly way. His voice is relaxing and calm. I highly recommend this podcast!

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