I like talking to interesting people who are living INPowered lives. Consistent with the ProgressiCon.US way, they also demonstrate a Spirit of Leading that is service oriented, self-less, and sincere. They come from all walks of life and all generations. They are the doers who simply look for ways to improve their surroundings and impact the lives of all they touch as a result.

The Spirit of Leading podcast will help you find ways to get the most out of your current circumstances as you practice living INPowered in every aspect of your life: at home, at work, and in your community.

078: Is the United States a Democracy?
078: Is the United States a Democracy?

I learned in civic class, way back in junior high school, that the United States of America is organized as a federal republic. No problem. That's one of several ways a democracy can organize. The two ideas of democracy and federal republic seemed fully...

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076: Project Orphans — Brittany Stokes
076: Project Orphans — Brittany Stokes

Brittany Stokes calls herself the voice in between. She stands as the voice of the voiceless orphaned and abandoned children of Uganda who desperately need someone to love and care for them between those benefactors who are eager to help and know their...

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075: Stand in your truth—Carlisha Bradley
075: Stand in your truth—Carlisha Bradley

Carlisha Bradley is showing up on everyone's radar as a  woman to watch. She made the 2014 Tulsa YWCA list of 100 Tulsa women with moxie, a celebration of influential Tulsa women who, over the years, have make their presence known across the decades and...

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074: Claire Grace—passion for compassion
074: Claire Grace—passion for compassion

Claire Grace shows us that the INPowered come from every generation—hers is Gen Z. She's already setting a fast pace and high bar for personal accomplishments, not the least of which is deciding to have a go at summiting Colorado's highest peaks. On this...

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071: On becoming corrupted
071: On becoming corrupted

Corruption is insidious. It can happen to the best of people if they are not vigilant. Politics and corruption are familiar companions when special interests want to secure favorable legislation that might not be in the best intetrest of the general...

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