May 26, 2021
Lou Everett and Sherri McManus are a power couple running their
own consulting firm. They pride themselves on transforming today’s
leaders to show up better for their team and make a bigger impact
in their businesses. Lou and Sherri share some of their expert
knowledge that they’ve learned over the last three decades of
working and serving others in this week’s episode!
- What’s it like running a business as a married couple?
- Lou and Sherri found out real quick what their strengths and
weaknesses were and their businesses excelled when they could take
on tasks they loved doing.
- Lou shares his definition of what a good leader looks
- It’s okay to ask for help! So many times we feel like we have
to go through it alone.
- A coach helps you see outside of yourself.
- Lou shares an example of what coaching is.
- What’s the difference between a mentor and a coach?
- Is the word “fail” too negative of a word?
- When you do fail, the trick is to learn from that failure, not
spiral out of control and beat yourself up over it.
- Leaders fail because they’re afraid to ask for help and get an
outside perspective on how to leverage this failure into a
- The journey to the destination is a vital character-building
- There is no straight line to the top. It’s a new adventure
- Sherri shares why it’s so important not to compare yourself to
others while you’re on your journey.
- Men, and some women too, are very guilty of not asking for
help. If you can’t ask for help, you can’t grow.
- Feel free to reach out to Lou and Sherri!
“A coach pulls you out of a picture, pulls you out of the center
to show you a different perspective.”
“Consistent action is more important than anything.”
“The process and the journey is what you got to experience.
That’s what matters.”