Lead. Travel. Pray. was started by dear friends who met at work about 10 years ago. We no longer work at the same organization – or in the same city! – but we have stayed connected through a lot of personal and professional changes. People & thought leadership, global travel, and faith are the main bonds that make our friendship so fulfilling. This site and podcast were created to share our passions with family and friends…and hope we make some new friends along the way!
LeadTravelPray.com is the brain child of Michelle, Rebecca & Sandy who were fortunate to land on the same work team about a decade ago. We have remained great friends and are excited for this opportunity to share our passions of leadership and travel in a way that also allows us to share how faith plays… Continue reading About Us
https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ltppodcast/12_personal_change.mp3 The Lead.Travel.Pray. team was excited to interview our first guest on this twelfth episode of this podcast we started exactly one year ago. Dale Kreienkamp, Author of How Long, O Lord, How Long? A Book of Devotions for the Unemployed & Those Who Love Him, joined us to talk about personal change,… Continue reading Episode 12: Personal Change
https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ltppodcast/episode11_culture.mp3 Show Notes: Individuals each have a unique personality – beyond intelligence, appearance, etc. At Lead. Travel. Pray., we think about culture as the organization’s personality. It’s the collective way of “being” that makes it unique. It’s the “how we do things” layer to “what we do”. To better understand a culture during an… Continue reading Episode 11: Culture
https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ltppodcast/10_islands.mp3 Show notes: Hawaii – Maui – great beaches and relaxing environment (see our Maui podcast for more details) Molokai Molokai: The Novel by Alan Brennert Kalaupapa tour (Sandy likes the airplane option vs the daredevil donkeys) – historic location where Hansen disease (lepers) patients were relegated in the early 1900s Hawaii… Continue reading Episode 10: Island Vacations
Finding the courage to be you and asking for the feedback that will help elevate your game
https://s3.us-east-2.amazonaws.com/ltppodcast/8_Combined.mp3 Show Notes: Not all cultures have the same challenges with being candid. Kim Scott’s Radical Candor book addresses “caring deeply and challenging directly”. Candor requires courage in the moment – believing it’s worth it to say what needs to be said. Reframing and getting curious about behavior helps us get at the… Continue reading Episode 8: Candor