Garuda - Leadership Through the Lens of Support - EP 43

I'm swimming at the base of a waterfall, when something emerges from a cave, and something even more surprising comes from the sky.. This week, the Garuda, a giant bird-like creature from Hindu mythology swoops in and makes an appearance and inspires me to talk about the role of a support. You might recognize this as a common video game role, and I both go there as well as use it to examine how our society functions, how we define leadership, and a way forward to make supporting others better for all of us.  Mark your calendars for Inner Monster Mondays for new episodes every week, or sign up here for email notifications! PS - I co-authored a book on building trust! You can get your copy here! ------------ Show notes: Want a topic or creature covered in the podcast along with a shout-out?  Let me know: Splash sound FX by "The Inner Monster Podcast theme v.2," "IV. Joy" and "The (Un)Caged Butterfly," by Al Gilliom. ------------------- Sponsored by: My Patrons! - First listens without ads, creepy art, and more!  Join today! The Future is Trust - A practical book on how to build trust. Now on sale on Amazon! - Making this podcast happen, like, via the logistics of it all. Some links might be affiliate links. Just gotta let you know :) --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. --- Send in a voice message: Support this podcast:

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A monstrous mashup of flash fiction, mythology, and personal development. If you’ve ever wondered how demons can segue into a conversation about value, how a Japanese ghost can inspire a conversation about the stories we tell ourselves, or how the mythology behind vampires can teach you about procrastination, this is the podcast for you. Your host is Rick Kitagawa, Inner Monster Wrangler at: You can also read his daily blog over at: Rick also is the co-host of In Trust, a podcast that's all about the most important asset of our time - trust. Support this podcast: