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Being a game changer is all about being energized, passionate, consistently focused, and creating a high impact every single day. Join author, speaker, and President of LearnToLead - Dave Anderson - in this energetic podcast based on his upcoming book, Unstoppable, as Dave reveals principles gained throughout his extensive career and conducts interviews with special guests from a variety of industries, all to help you: become more focused, stay energized, remain effective, and live The Game Changer Life!

May 30, 2017

Are you willing to fight for what you want most in life, or do you give up at the first, second or tenth setback? Are you willing to do whatever it takes to achieve your dreams when things don’t go your way? In this episode Dave shares the unstoppable mental approach that earned Yogi Ferrell a spot as Point Guard for...


May 23, 2017

Your "WHY" is what moves you. It's your purpose, your reasons for doing what you do, and what causes you to get up in the morning. In this episode, Dave talks about how your WHY has the immense power to propel you towards your dreams and aspirations, and shares insight for how your WHY can add more value to yourself and...


May 16, 2017

In this episode, Dave outlines examples and remedies to combat how political correctness has gone too far and caused: unhealthy compromises, an absence of absolutes, the diminishing of excellence, and a denial of reality that can cause you and others to settle for less than the Game Changer Life. He discusses...


May 9, 2017

Integrity is doing what you say, when you say, and how you say, without excuse and regardless of the cost. A major aspect of integrity is keeping your commitments. In this episode Dave gives three tips to making and keeping commitments, and a strategy for making up for commitments you failed to keep in the past....


May 2, 2017

While you cannot control what happens to you, you can control your response. In this episode, Dave helps conduct an "attitude audit" so you can evaluate and adjust your attitude where necessary, and avoid the people or things who can influence it for the worse.