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Leadership Identity: Lead Yourself to Lead Others - Stedman Graham's Plan for Success, an interview with Stedman Graham and Joe Polish - Genius Network Episode #144 How can you expect to lead others if you haven’t mastered self-leadership? Listen to Stedman Graham’s advice on how to be healthier and more successful - even during a crisis - in today’s episode of the Genius Network podcast.  If you’d like access to the show notes or the exercise to help you take action on what was discussed, please visit www.GeniusNetwork.com/144. Here’s a glance at what you’ll learn from Stedman and Joe in this episode:  The key to becoming relevant in the 21st century (and the #1 value to have) Questions to ask when a crisis makes you question your identity How to escape the control of the outside world so you can grow and build yourself Lessons Stedman learned working as a guard in the Chicago prison system How Stedman uses his thinking to deal with emotional pain and angst The biggest life mistake Stedman sees people make (and how to avoid it) What to do when you feel scared, terrified, and/or out of control The importance of having a growth mindset versus a fixed mindset Crucial advice for becoming healthier and more successful during a crisis A way to stop worrying, stop freaking out and take your life back The top 3 priorities in Stedman’s life (PLUS: His most important relationship advice) How to use a Community Model and technology to distribute your message Stedman talks about why he admires and works with Andre Norman Self-Mastery: What it means to lead yourself so you can lead others How Stedman makes clear, confident decisions without the complexity Surviving Solitary: Andre's prison-tested COVID-19 quarantine advice Overwhelmed? Afraid? Suicidal? Stedman shares his best advice... How to use “Small Steps” to transform adversities into breakthroughs
Identity Leadership with Stedman Graham: Episode 282 of The Action Catalyst Podcast Stedman Graham is chairman and CEO of S. Graham & Associates. As a businessman, educator, and speaker, he presents, consults, and conducts training with corporations, educational entities, the military and veterans, non-profits, and the government. His identity message is grounded in the fact that the key to success is self-leadership capability.



The Identity Leadership programs, driven by the proprietary Nine-Step Success Process™, are based on the philosophy that individuals hold the power to their educational, career, and personal success or failure.



Graham has authored eleven books, including two New York Times bestsellers, You Can Make It Happen: A Nine-Step Plan for Success and Teens Can Make It Happen: Nine Steps to Success. His latest release, Identity: Your Passport to Success, was a Wall Street Journal bestseller. Clients have included Gulfstream Aerospace, Microsoft, Deloitte, Wells Fargo, Lenovo, General Dynamics, the US Departments of Labor, Education, and Agriculture, CVS Pharmacy, the Indiana Pacers, and the Sonima Foundation (through which he taught in 150 high schools in two years). He has also lectured or conducted workshops in the Netherlands, Germany, Belgium, China, Canada, the UK, the British Virgin Islands, Aruba, Bermuda, South Africa, and Africa.



Commitment to education and lifelong learning is central to Graham’s philosophy. He has served as an adjunct professor or guest lecturer at Northwestern, Harvard, Wharton, University of Chicago, the University of Illinois–Chicago, National University, High Point, Howard, Temple, Morehouse, and Pepperdine, to name a few.



As a veteran of the United States Army, he has proudly served our active military, veterans, and their families through programs at Fort Bragg, Fort Hood, Fort Bliss, Fort Jackson, NATO, the Military Child Education Coalition, and internationally at Landstuhl, Germany, and the US military community in Rotterdam, Holland.



A proud native of Whitesboro, New Jersey, Graham has demonstrated an enduring pledge to youth and community. His Teens Can Make It Happen program has been utilized in numerous middle schools and high schools in the US and abroad, providing positive growth for our leaders of tomorrow, as well as for their parents and teachers.



With dedication to community development, Graham is the founder of the Concerned Citizens of Whitesboro and Concerned Citizens of Lake Waccamaw, North Carolina, and is a co-founder of the Community Alliance for Youth Success. He is an ongoing contributor to the Cleveland Foundation Tru2U Project, educating youth and their mentors, and to the organization MADI, through which he provides Identity Leadership education to thousands of refugees who are integrating into new communities and cultures.



Graham holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from Hardin-Simmons University, a master’s degree in education from Ball State University, and an honorary doctorate in humanities from Coker College.



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Belief comes from knowing who you are. -Stedman GrahamThe core of who you are is based on your passion, your talent, and your ability to take information and make it relevant to your heart and soul and transfer it to your mind so you become a thinking human being. -Stedman GrahamIf you never quit, you may not be the strongest or the smartest, but the answers will reveal themselves along the way. -Stedman GrahamIt's not about how the world defines you; it's about how you define yourself. -Stedman GrahamCreate a system or process for yourself to continually improve based on the core of who you are. This is your foundation for learning, growing, and developing. -Stedman GrahamYou're looking for the dream on the outside but it starts on the inside. -Stedman GrahamVision allows you to see beyond yourself. -Stedman GrahamI'm not worried about who you are; I'm worried about who you will be or who you can become. -Stedman GrahamIf you don't stand for something,
Stedman Graham visits us inside The Influencer Vault Stedman Graham visits us inside The Influencer Vault - I hope you enjoy this latest interview which took place inside our Influencer Vault member site - you can learn more about The Influencer Vault at www.theinfluencervault.com Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Love Is The Key To Everything, with Stedman Graham – Episode 354 of The Action Catalyst Podcast Author, educator, and businessman Stedman Graham joins The Action Catalyst podcast, talking with Southwestern Family of Companies CEO Dustin Hillis about becoming a leader to yourself before you can lead others, creating a culture of learning within your daily life, a surprise friendship with Michael Jordan, spending time with Oprah and Nelson Mandela, and how love and humility is the key to all things.
Stedman Graham is chairman and CEO of S. Graham & Associates. As a businessman, educator, and speaker, he presents, consults, and conducts training with corporations, educational entities, the military and veterans, non-profits, and the government. His identity message is grounded in the fact that the key to success is self-leadership capability.
Graham has been writing books, speaking and delivering workshops, working with corporations, teaching in colleges and universities, working in community and, leading nonprofits, and speaking throughout the world for more than 30 years. His Identity Leadership book and programs are driven by his proprietary Nine Step Success Process is based on the philosophy that you cannot lead anyone else until you first lead yourself.
As a veteran of the United States Army, he has proudly served our active military, veterans, and their families through programs at Fort Bragg, Fort Hood, Fort Bliss, Fort Jackson, NATO, the Military Child Education Coalition, and internationally at Landstuhl, Germany, and the US military community in Rotterdam, Holland.
Graham holds a bachelor’s degree in social work from Hardin-Simmons University, a master’s degree in education from Ball State University, and an honorary doctorate in humanities from Coker College.
Learn more at StedmanGraham.com.
For continued listening, you can check out Stedman&#8217;s previous appearance on episode 282 of The Action Catalyst by clicking here.

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Oprah Winfrey Picks Between BFF Gayle King & Stedman Graham, Kylie Jenner Flaunts Baby Bump at NYFW – Daily Pop 09/10/21 Oprah Winfrey reveals what would have happened if partner Stedman Graham didn't like Gayle King, Meghan McCain joins DailyMail as an online columnist two months after leaving The View, Kylie Jenner has her growing belly on full display at New York Fashion Week and Big Brother makes history thanks to The Cookout alliance. Plus, Drew Barrymore reflects on flashing David Letterman on TV and new season of her talk show, Chloe Bailey will make her solo debut at 2021 VMAs, Doja Cat talks being compared to Nicki Minaj and hosting the 2021 VMAs and more. See Privacy Policy at https://art19.com/privacy and California Privacy Notice at https://art19.com/privacy#do-not-sell-my-info.
[BONUS] Love, Learning and Leadership with Stedman Graham In this bonus episode as we begin a new series, which features Powerhouse Women, we’re thrilled to visit with someone close to one of the most powerful women on the planet! Stedman Graham is a brilliant business consultant whose clients range from Microsoft to the US Department of Labor. And after talking with him about his latest book, Identity Leadership, we can see why. Stedman reminds us if you want to lead someone else, you need to lead yourself first—and leading yourself means knowing who you are and where you want to go. He and Jen talk about why love is the secret ingredient to transforming our energy, why Oprah is one of the world’s most effective leaders, and how we can help our kids become creative, curious thinkers who can lead and dare greatly into the next generation. Whether you’re leading the way for your family or an entire company, Stedman’s advice rings true: find what you love and go do it, because love will light you up and change the world.
Stedman Graham - Finding Your Unique Identity as a Leader You may not consider yourself a leader. Maybe you’ve tried but didn’t invest fully. Maybe you don’t think you have it in you at all.Noted author, educator and leadership expert Stedman Graham is here to tell you that you’re wrong.Graham joined Change Starts Here with host and FranklinCovey Education thought leader Dustin Odham to talk “Identity Leadership,” his book, and his philosophy that, to lead others, you must first lead yourself.As Graham puts it on his website, that means that becoming a “passionate, purposeful, and meaningful leader [comes through] identifying who you are, your desires, and your abilities.”If you can find the strength to come to know and invest in yourself, you’ll be able to pour that power and impact into those around you more effectively than you ever have before.“Really, the foundation of my work is to get you to transform your own life by loving yourself, caring for yourself, organizing yourself and making love practical in your own life,” Graham said. “[You can then] teach your family that, live by that, create socioeconomic development around that … That allows you to create who you are [and] who you can be.”Odham and Graham dove into self-talk, daily disciplines to take love of self from an idea to a practice, and more.
Oprah's partner Stedman Graham talks about his new book The man known simply as Stedman talks about the new book Identity Leadership: To Lead Others You Must First Lead Yourself
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