The Outstanding Ohioans show, Episode 58-Conversation with Nick Petro, Life Coach/Speaker/Author/Owner of the Nick Petro Company

This show brings the audience great things Ohioans are doing to make their communities, the state, the region, and the world a better place as entrepreneurs, leaders, historical and popular culture figures.

For episode 58, I had the pleasure of speaking with Nick Petro, Life Coach/Speaker/Author and Owner of The Nick Petro Company. To connect with the Outstanding Ohioans show, here are a few ways:

Here were the topics we discussed in our conversation:

  • Growing up in Northeast Ohio
  • The role of his Dad and Mom in shaping his life
  • His journey on working with youth, his move to Encinitas, CA, and his current path
  • The inspirational story of his hero, his brother Corey
  • His other influences in life, such as Tony Robbins
  • Two pieces of advice working with youth-Earn the right to be heard, and Meet them where they are.
  • How he came up with the Seven Pillars as a framework and his process for writing the book
  • the importance of Legacy

Nick can be reached at his website nickpetrocompany.com

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The Outstanding Ohioans show, Episode 56-Interview with Heather Shumaker, author of “It’s OK To Go Up The Slide”

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This show brings the audience great things Ohioans are doing to make their communities, the state, the region, and the world a better place as entrepreneurs, leaders, historical and popular culture figures.

For episode 56, I had the pleasure of speaking with Heather Shumaker, author of It’s OK to Go UP the Slide… Renegade Rules for Raising Confident and Creative Kids It’s OK NOT to Share… and Other Renegade Rules for Raising Competent and Compassionate Kids

To connect with the Outstanding Ohioans show, here are a few ways:

The two books that Heather Shumaker has written provide great insights and ideas on how to raise children to be responsible, creative human beings with the ability to communicate.  Many of her thoughts counter the current culture of overprotective parents & practices within the school system.

Here were the topics we discussed in our conversation:

  • growing up in Columbus, Ohio
  • the background of her mother and father, who both recently retired as educators
  • attending the School for Young Children, founded in 1969 in Columbus
  • why she structured specific tools & ideas in her books that parents could use
  • her two central parenting themes
  • street smarts and stranger danger
  • sharing
  • calendars & clocks
  • homework
  • recess
  • reading
  • conflict resolution
  • reading for pleasure vs. forced reading
  • technology temptation
  • kid evaluation/resolution vs. adult intervention
  • fairness & justice
  • establishing boundaries

Listeners can connect with Heather in the following ways:

Thank you for taking the time to listen to the show.  Please leave a review on ITunes or Stitcher, or email me at ronsiliko@gmail.com.  Please refer any recommended future guests to my email.

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Using my 6-E Model, I am committed to enriching individuals and organizations through personal development, purposeful, engaged leadership, and a dynamic culture.  Our partnership will result in a tangible plan for personal growth and organizational success.

 

My topics revolve around concepts from my 6-E MODEL of Energy; Emotional Intelligence; Expectations; Empowerment; Execution; & Evaluation.  Here’s a sample list of speaking opportunities:

 

Dust Off the Shelf or Everything Old is New Again Service with a Smile is _____Style
Who’s the Best or Be a Copycat Pure 401K
I Heart Big Ego’s This is Your Mission, Do You Know It?
How’s Your Boss (You)? The Golden Rule is Nonsense
Work on Your Six-Pack Out Blank ‘Em
Are You Building a Cathedral? Feedback, the Breakfast of Champions
If I Got Hit by a Bus Clean Your Laundry or A Fine Whine
Roo-Teen Your Six Servants

If my purpose and skill set can be of value in your life, please contact me at (513) 529-8148 or ronsiliko@gmail.com.  I look forward to talking to you.

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