Episode 18 | Leadership and Life is a Team Sport with Guest Courtney Banghart

Courtney Banghart, the head women’s basketball coach at Princeton who led her team to six Ivy League titles, was named the 2015 Naismith National Coach of the Year and one of The World’s 50 Greatest Leaders by Fortune Magazine, was this week’s guest on the Red Shoes Living podcast. On and off the court, Courtney is a remarkable Red Shoes Living individual and a winner at every level.

Leaders in all stages of their career and in every industry will be inspired and motivated by Courtney’s words. She and Lonnie talk about the best way to start your day to make the biggest impact, the art of the possible and how to surround yourself with a diverse group of mentors (including those who would “still love you if you robbed a bank”) and people that fill your cup. At her core, Courtney is a servant leader who believes life is about who you are and who you help. Tune in to learn her “share and shoot it” philosophy that guides her players on and off the court.


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Lonnie Mayne

Lonnie is the founder of Red Shoes Living, a philosophy and framework that is positively disruptive for corporate cultures by helping them to stand out in everything they do. Red Shoes Living is straightforward and incredibly powerful because it creates an inspired cultural movement both inside and outside of your company. Whether it's business or personal, we believe that Red Shoes Living is a way of life. Come join him and his team in the mountains of Park City, Utah. Find out more by email or call us directly at +1 801-783-7373.


  1. steve@geoshopr.com on May 4, 2018 at 5:12 pm

    Hey Lonnie, did you know there is a word that describes you? the word is ‘Possibilist’ so, change your profile to Lonnie Mayne, Possibilist

  2. ddowling@aligns.net on May 14, 2018 at 5:39 pm

    Courtney: You are so right—know yourself and focus on helping others. I love the distinction between managing public persona/identity while just being you. My license plate is JSTBEYO. I love seeing smiles in my rearview mirror. And, I didn’t pick this—never would do a vanity plate, but someone who knows me very well gifted it to me. Thank you for being you!

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  6. soundos on January 13, 2020 at 5:51 am

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