Episode 52: The DNA of a Great Coach, with Ed Molitor

In the last 26 years, Ed has developed his leadership skills in both athletics and business. From working as an NCAA Basketball coach at Texas A&M to becoming the Vice President of a national recruiting firm, Ed has taught countless athletes, coaches, and business leaders how to THINK, ACT, and EXECUTE at an elite level. […]

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Episode 51: Live Every Moment, Love Beyond Words, and Laugh Every Day: Business Leadership Principles, with Claude Royster

At Synchrony Financial, Claude Royster is the VP of Emerging Markets where he is responsible for driving dealer enrollment, sales growth and credit integration. In this role, Royster Provides innovation and thought leadership to drive profitability through managed portfolio industry segments, develops segmented sales, marketing and servicing strategies, and negotiates multi-year contracts for key programs. […]

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Episode 49: Real Things That Really Make a Difference, with Tom Carmazzi

Tom is the CEO of Tuthill Corporation, a privately held and 4th generation manufacturer of industrial products. His role is to bring to life the COMPASS of the corporation. The COMPASS is Tuthill’s version of a vision and mission statement, however, it is radically different from the norm. Their version is all about “ALIVENESS” with […]

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Episode 48: Leveraging Your Strengths, with Justin Copie

As CEO of Innovative Solutions, Justin Copie is leading the bold move forward: instilling growth in employees and inspiring change well beyond the four walls of Innovative. Yet the 65 people working at Innovative don’t work for him. He works for them. As CEO and leader, Justin provides safety and direction: safety in voicing opinions, […]

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Episode 45: Transformational, Not Transactional, with Ed Cheatham

With over 30 years of experience inside the financial industry, Ed Cheatham believes wholeheartedly that it’s possible to do well by doing good. As a family man first, a proud husband and father to five children, his family focus has shaped his approach to advising by allowing him to create life-long relationships with clients before, […]

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