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What Anyone Can Do with Leo Bottary & Randy Cantrell

By Leo Bottary & Randy Cantrell

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Description

Welcome to our new What Anyone Can Do podcast with Leo Bottary and Randy Cantrell (formerly YEAR OF THE PEER Podcast).  Our new show highlights the simple truth that who you surround yourself with matters and that if we enlist the support of others, give back to those who give to us, and pay it forward for the next generation, we can do anything!  Author and keynote speaker Leo Bottary and Randy Cantrell will interview a diverse group of thought leaders who will share stories and insights that will help you succeed in business and in life.  How?  By doing the things anyone can do, but most of us never will.

Customer Reviews

Great speakers, useful content

Leo Bottary is an expert teacher and listener, having published an incredibly readable and useful book called The Power of Peers. This podcast, which I believe is based on that book, has Leo hosting conversations with executives about how they relate to their peers, drawing on how they give and share guidance to help each other evolve. I was inspired by this podcast because it lets you hear stories of other people and the tools they use to constantly self-improve and continue learning. Thumbs up!

Great listen

I found The Year of the Peer interesting and informative and hearing the experiences from influential industry leaders like Charlene Li and Rich Karlgaard gave a interesting perspective that was not only personal, but also backed up with factual data.

Year of the Peer

Very interesting and well-done