Leadership can take many unexpected forms and can be thrust upon us in terrifying ways. Dr. Danny Gambino is a Life U Alumnus, accomplished chiropractor and author of Love Through the Darkness. The book explores how to love and lead someone through tragedy, such as a devastating car crash in the case of himself and his wife. It also explores how chiropractic principles helped to facilitate healing.
J.J. Virgin is a highly accomplished businesswoman and advocate for health and wellness. She founded the Mindshare Collective, her own personal brand and has made a name for herself as a television personality speaking on health issues. Today she joins Dr. Gilles LaMarche on this podcast to discuss what it takes to not only become a leader, but what it takes to become a leader that empowers others to become leaders.”
Dr. Josh Axe, DNM, DC, CNS, is a doctor of natural medicine, chiropractic physician and clinical nutritionist with a passion to help people get healthy by empowering them to use nutrition to fuel their health. He is Co-Founder and CVO of Ancient Nutrition, offering supplement products that harness the power of superfoods. He joins the podcast to discuss his personal health battles and how he sought to heal through natural approaches. He seeks to lead through example about how natural medicine, chiropractic and nutrition can have profound self-healing effects, removing interferences that hold us back.
Our chat today is a bit… extraordinary and peculiar, but worth the listen or view. Dr. Patrick Lowe is the Owner/Chiropractor of Lowe Chiropractic & Wellness located in Louisville, Kentucky, as well as the author of “Peculiar Habits of Extra-Ordinary People.” Our Host Dr. Gilles LaMarches gets down to brass tacks with Dr. Lowe to begin to highlight some of those traits that separate the ordinary from the extra-ordinary, from a chiropractic and leadership lens.
Sportsmanlike athletic competition and empowered leadership often breeds effective life leaders. Today’s guest on Today’s Conversations on Leadership is Jayme Pendergast, Director of Athletics at Life University (Life U), taking time out of her busy schedule to chat with our host and Life U’s Vice President of Advancement, Dr. Gilles LaMarche. Pendergast speaks at length about what it looks like to foster a culture that focusing more on learning from mistakes instead of fearing them, as well as what it looks like to give space to your professional colleagues to try new things and explore new approaches within predetermined boundary lines of defined organizational principles.