This Saturday, I'm so excited to share the stage with some amazing speakers!

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This Saturday, Im so excited to share the stage with some amazing speakers!

Learn more at: http://mensrally.org/index.html!

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One of the most powerful sources of encouragement... LISTEN!
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So thankful for the continuous stream of encouraging reviews on Amazon!

If you have a friend who hasn't read the book, this is a great place to point them to for a recommendation:)!

Also, if you're a fan of the book and haven't connected with us for exclusive email updates and offers on upcoming events, please email marissa@kardiatg.com and we'll get you set up!
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So thankful for the continuous stream of encouraging reviews on Amazon! 

If you have a friend who hasnt read the book, this is a great place to point them to for a recommendation:)! 

Also, if youre a fan of the book and havent connected with us for exclusive email updates and offers on upcoming events, please email marissa@kardiatg.com and well get you set up!

You have the "ability to respond" to more than what you often think!

Todd Gongwer
Mediocre leaders mentality: "It's not my responsibility."

Elite leaders mentality: "I will use my ability to respnd!"

The world is in desperate need of people who are willing to use whatever ability they have to impact right where they are!
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Love, love, love this!! Every day I make a point to look people I pass in the eyes and say hello. It makes a difference!! Keep up the great work and influencing others!!!

Need some help from my friends who've read LEAD...for God's Sake:
What character in the story did you most relate to?
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At the time I read it definitely Coach, but as have gotten older and my work/life responsibilities have changed I now relate and try to emulate Joe, but it’s not always easy.

I’m a Coach but so badly want to be a Joe. It’s a daily, intentional awareness of all my actions, words and thoughts. The flawed person that I am does ok some days, some days I fail. Just keep trying. Each interaction is a new opportunity.

Most relate to, or most inspired by. Either way, I would say Joe, but definitely on a Joe journey, I strive to be a Joe to those I work with, but often fall short.

Definitely Coach Rocker. I used to BE him but after reading the book (5-6 times), my heart really changed! Thank you!

Right now, Joe. I’m mentoring a few of my co-workers in both their personal life and at work.

I read this book about 6 or 7 years ago right before I accepted Jesus as my Lord and Savior. It was a stepping stone toward seeking truth and finding Jesus. So then I'd say coach, even tho I don't care for sports, I'm a woman, and I'm 4'10 so definitely NOT a basketball player. Funny, God used your book to reach me anyways LOL. He's funny, too. Thanks, Todd Gongwer.

I think as many others have said, as I age, I am becoming more like Joe. My family and friends and building relationships with others has become way more important than material possessions. I’m a work in progress, but each day is a chance to make a positive connection with someone.

After reading the book several times, Joe!!

Coach...but working towards Joe and gaining on it everyday.

Joe the custodian because I am one but I am far from being the kind of person like Joe and I would love to be like him.

Coach for sure but I’m working on that.

Joe I try to inspire and help people around me

We need both the "Coaches" and "Joes" in our lives. Both of them help us to grow into the person we are meant to be! Some days I'm the Coach and yet other days I'm Joe.

Everyone would like to be Joe!

Aspire to be Joe!

Moses or Peter

I’m also a coach, so I identified with Coach Rocker, but was inspired by Joe.

Coach,striving to be like Joe

I'm a Joe in the making and Lead...for God's Sake!, gives me courage to let go and hope for real success. Like Connie Shaw, it's a daily challenge to be aware of my actions, words, thoughts and how those build or damage relationships. Like Coach, I'm learning.

Joe

Joe.

Coach

Joe/ Coach

Coach

Coach

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Your purpose begins right where you are!

Todd Gongwer
Your PURPOSE is right in front of you...and begins right where you are today!
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Coaching

We all need someone in life who listens, encourages and challenge us to be the best we can be; one who truly has our best interest at heart. This is the essence of Coaching at KTG.

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Speaking

Todd’s passionately delivered messages are designed to powerfully impact the heart of your team or organization in ways that last. Beyond simple motivation to transformation.

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Leadership & Cultural Development

Shaping the heart of the culture always begins with shaping the hearts of the individuals within the culture of your business or athletic organization - we can help!

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Testimonials

“A powerful message…clear, concise, entertaining and understandable.”

Urban Meyer

3-time National Championship Coach

“[Todd] get’s to the heart of what really matters in Effective leadership.”

Donnie Smith

CEO of Tyson Foods

“A very special message for today’s business leaders.”

Ken Blanchard

New York Times Best Selling Author – One Minute Manager

“Powerful message that every leader in business and beyond needs to hear!”

Scott Peters

CEO Helathcare Trust of America.

"Todd is one of the most influential & impactful speakers I’ve ever listened to. His ability to captivate his audience is the best I’ve ever seen — simply nobody better!"

Brian Boland

3-time NCAA National Champion Men’s Tennis, University of Virginia

"An incredibly powerful message! ...will inspire you to think more deeply about leadership and your true purpose in life!"

John Smoltz

Former Major League Pitcher

"Todd's message is an incredible reminder of the gift that we have been given to lead and develop people in a positive way."

Bubba Cunningham

Director of Athletics at University of North Carolina

A few notable places Todd’s shared his message: