Jeff Brown is a podcaster, mentor, and speaker. His goal: to help you bridge the gap between intention and implementation.
He does this by sharing his professional insights, and the insights of successful people all over the world, on leadership, personal development, productivity, entrepreneurship, and more through his blog, his podcast, and through personal consulting and speaking.
Before beginning Read to Lead, Jeff spent 26-years in radio. He even co-hosted an award-winning and nationally syndicated morning show from 2002 to 2008.
Since January 2014, Jeff has leveraged his radio background to coach numerous podcasters, helping dozens create, launch, grow and monetize their shows. He’s also consulted with the US government, one of the largest churches in the US, and several multi-million dollar companies.
The Read to Lead Podcast began in 2013. Since then I’ve been fortunate to interview a number of New York Times bestselling authors including John Maxwell, Seth Godin, Dan Miller, Daniel Pink, Simon Sinek, Chris Brogan, Gary Vaynerchuk and Liz Wiseman among others.
The Read to Lead Podcast has been a top #10 Business and top #3 Career podcast in Apple Podcasts and has been nominated Best Business Podcast no fewer than four times. Read to Lead has also been featured in Entrepreneur, Inc., SethGodin.com, ChrisBrogan.com, Goins Writer, Social Media Explorer, Nashville Business Journal, the Tennessean, and more.
With each successful and inspiring business book, Jeff and his guests dive into their latest book and their unique insights on Leadership, Personal Development, Productivity, Business, Career, Marketing, and Entrepreneurship.
If you love reading, then you’ll love this podcast. If you desire to stretch and grow by reading more but haven’t been able to make it happen, then you’ll find encouragement here. And in the meantime, learn more than you ever thought possible.
Jeff has seen from personal experience the important role intentional and consistent reading can play in honing leadership skills and advancing personal growth. He is a firm believer in the mantra, “Leaders Read and Readers Lead.”