An episode that gives hard truths and examples about the pursuit to be uncommon. This episode is with Tim Kight — founder of Focus3 and a leadership coach for many significant companies and elite sports organizations — that includes being one of the key people part of the Ohio State Buckeyes 2014 National Championship team. … Read more
You are not alone. Michael Brody-Waite joins us on this episode of Entrepreneur Perspectives to discuss lifting each other up, his story of addiction, and the path to a mask-free life–which, by the way, has nothing to do with the pandemic. Michael lives by three principles on his path to a mask-free life; practice rigorous … Read more
There is an 80/20 inside of everything. In this episode, we have the privilege of chatting with Perry Marshall. We get into stories from Perry on interesting 80/20 models that he’s seen in his career, the mindset of a marketer, and focusing on what works. Perry is the author of the book Detox, Declutter, Dominate: … Read more
“I get knocked down on a daily basis. But if you’re not a little unsure, anxious, or nervous, you are not living up to your full potential” – Joe Cantanucci In this episode, we feature, Joe Cantanucci, Managing Partner at MassMutual Capitol District in Washington DC. In full disclosure, Joe and his team are a client … Read more
Become the best version of yourself. In this episode, we chat with Tim Kight, Founder of Focus 3 and host of The Focus 3 Podcast with Urban Meyer. We discuss many topics including uncommon individuals, mental toughness, and John Wooden.
Tim’s business has a mission is to help companies around the world align the power of leadership, culture, and behavior to achieve next level results.
I first learned of Tim Kight when Ohio State shared the leadership program they had started after the 2012 season. Hearing how they identified Freshman, JT Barrett as an elite leader had me intrigued by what was to come with the Buckeyes.
Sure enough in 2014, Ohio State won the national championship against a national perception and in the face of much adversity. As I continued to pay attention to the program, it was obvious the strong leadership the program had. And I came to realize the impact Tim Kight was having behind the scenes.
Eventually I came across Tim’s podcast which Urban Meyer joined as a co-host this past year. The time taking in their insights has been time well spent.
Tim and I then connected on LinkedIn and a couple months ago we had an opportunity to talk—that chat led to this podcast episode.
I can’t help but learn and be inspired when talking with Tim. And I am excited to have had the opportunity to chat with Tim on this podcast and share it with you. And I am grateful for the time Tim gave us.
I would encourage you to become a subscriber to The Focus 3 podcast. It will absolutely be a difference maker for you.
We are excited to feature Tim Kight on the Entrepreneur Perspectives Podcast.