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Carol Kauffman and David Noble co-authored Real-Time Leadership: Find Your Winning Moves When the Stakes Are High. In this episode, get into the mindset of a CEO and discover the art of mastering high-stakes leadership through a framework called MOVE. Learn effective tactics, strategies, and language to navigate high-pressure situations with compos…
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Sally Helgesen, the leading authority on women’s leadership, best-selling author, speaker, and coach shares her insights on creating an inclusive workplace from her new book, "Rising Together". She provides valuable strategies for rewriting the story you tell yourself when you’re feeling triggered in the workplace, creating paths forward for yourse…
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Mark Crowley is the author of “Lead From The Heart: Transformational Leadership for the 21st Century”. He draws from 25 years of experience leading individuals and teams in the financial services industry and invites us to make a commitment to drive high performance through emotional connection. It’s a leadership philosophy only a few are able to e…
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Machiel Klerk is the founder of the Jung Society of Utah and the Jung Platform, a worldwide organization that provides Jungian and soul-centered psychological programs to the general public. He is also the author of “Dream Guidance: Connecting to the Soul Through Dream Incubation”. Machiel draws from 25 years of experience working with individuals …
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We explore the hot-button issue of corruption in elite colleges. Sahaj Sharda, author of the upcoming book, “The College Cartel”, breaks down this complex topic and provides an examination of the current state of elite higher education. Whether you are a student, a parent, or simply curious about the inner workings of the elite college system, this…
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Alex Budak is a social entrepreneur, UC Berkeley Haas School of Business professor, and author of “Becoming a Changemaker: An Actionable, Inclusive Guide to Leading Positive Change at Any Level”. This conversation is an invitation to get unstuck. Alex shares accessible principles and frameworks needed to lead impactful changes in lives and communit…
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Dr. Marshall Goldsmith is the only two-time winner of the Thinkers 50 Award for #1 Leadership Thinker in the World. He is the pioneer of the 360° feedback development tool and has been ranked as the #1 Executive Coach in the World and a Top Ten Business Thinker for the past eight years. In his coaching practice, Marshall has advised more than 200 m…
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Leigh Marz is a consultant and leadership coach. Justin Zorn is a former policy maker and meditation teacher in the US Congress. They are the co-authors of “Golden: The Power of Silence in a World of Noise”. In their book, they redefine silence as a presence that brings us energy, clarity, and deeper connection. We explore noise overload, the resto…
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Seth Goldenberg is a designer, curator, and entrepreneur who harnesses the power of questioning to catalyze innovation and cultural change. He is the author of “Radical Curiosity: Questioning Commonly Held Beliefs to Imagine Flourishing Futures” which asks us to relearn how we learn, rethink what we value, and revive our youthful sense of wonder. I…
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Steve Pockross brings more than 25 years of startup, Fortune 500, and nonprofit experience to his role as CEO of Verblio. We talk about maximizing the lifetime value of your career, how to pick the right company for you, and what it takes to create standout content in a saturated market. ======================= 0:00 Intro 1:47 Growing up in Denver …
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In this episode, we talk with Ryan Jenkins and Steven Van Cohen authors of “Connectable: How Leaders Can Move Teams From Isolated to All In.” Ryan is an internationally-recognized keynote speaker and three-time published author. For a decade, he has been helping organizations create engaged, inclusive, and high-performing teams by lessening worker …
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Jacob Helberg is Co-Chair of the China Strategy Initiative Working Group at the Brookings Institution. From 2016 to 2020, Jacob led Google’s global internal product policy efforts to combat disinformation and foreign interference. Jacob is also the author of “The Wires of War: Technology and the Global Struggle for Power” in which he details the ex…
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In this episode, we explore how our personal experiences this week shifted our perspectives. Topics include the power of visuals in communication, the root meaning of the word “experience”, and the importance of testing ideas in reality. ======================= 0:00 How do dogs and humans greet each other differently? 3:33 The human propensity to o…
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Today’s guest is Jerry Colonna, one of the start-up world’s most in-demand executive coaches. He is the founder and CEO of Reboot.IO, an executive coaching and leadership development firm whose coaches and facilitators are committed to the notion that better humans make better leaders. Jerry is also the author of the 2019 release, “Reboot: Leadersh…
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Laurie Gilbertson is a former New York City sex crimes, organized crime, and homicide prosecutor. As the owner of Tribeca Blue Consulting, Laurie helps entrepreneurs, executives, and trial attorneys craft and present engaging and persuasive narratives clearly and confidently in the courtroom, the boardroom, and the media. We hear about some of Laur…
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Dr. Mahreen Khan is an organizational psychologist and Senior Quantitative Researcher of People Insights at Atlassian. She is the author of seven academic papers, including a 2021 meta-analysis that examines the decline in emotional intelligence (EI) among college students in the western world. We explore the four facets of EI, the correlation betw…
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Jesson Bradshaw is the CEO of Energy Ogre, an electricity management company that uses proprietary systems to ensure its customers are always getting the best prices on their energy electricity. Energy Ogre has helped over 200,000 Texans save up to 40% on their electricity bills, totaling over $150M since its founding. We explore the economic dynam…
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Darrian Mikell is the Co-Founder and CEO of Qualifi, a SaaS platform that powers the fastest phone interview experience in the world and helps recruiting teams hire great candidates faster than ever before. He is based in the Indianapolis area and is a dedicated husband and father of three. We explore what it takes to launch a start-up and secure f…
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Karen is a psychotherapist turned leadership consultant with a Masters of Divinity from Princeton Theological Seminary and a Masters in Social Work from Rutgers University. Blending psychology and spirituality with leadership strategy, she transforms the lives of countless Fortune 1000 leaders at work and at home. Her book, “The Connected Leader," …
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Veronica Valli has been a leader and pioneer in the field of alcohol recovery for almost two decades. She is 20 years sober and has 17 years of experience as a recovery coach and psychotherapist. She is co-host of the Soberful podcast and author of the forthcoming book, “Soberful: Uncover A Sustainable, Fulfilling Life Free of Alcohol”. We explore …
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In this week’s episode, we talk about some of our favorite episodes from the past year and revisit a few ideas that had a profound impact on the way we see the world. ==================== 0:38 Being a vehicle for others’ ideas 3:31 Thank you to all our supporters 6:28 We all are able to give therapy to each other 10:08 How labels change over time 1…
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Ron Purser is the Lam-Larsen Distinguished Research Professor (2021-2023) in the Lam Family College of Business at San Francisco State University. His essays and cultural criticism have appeared in the Huffington Post, The Guardian, Salon, Alternet, Tikkun, Pando Daily, Refinery 29, Tricycle and many more. He is the author of eight books, including…
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Dr. L is a licensed clinical psychologist, executive consultant, wife, mother of two boys, and owner and founder of LIGHFBOX, an app that helps users develop self-mastery. As Chief Mind Doc at Spartan Race she works closely with the company’s CEO and Founder, Joe De Sena. Together they co-authored the recent release, “10 Rules for Resilience: Menta…
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Bill Small has helped hundreds of clients achieve new levels of success and fulfillment over the last 15 years in his role as a business and personal coach. He is also a musician, creator of the Awareness Advantage Workshop, and co-host of a new podcast, “The Subtle Art of Not Yelling.” In this wide-ranging conversation we discuss the art of coachi…
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Kordel France is a machine learning engineer with experience in computer vision, augmented reality, GPS, autonomous systems, and optics. He is the founder and CEO of Seekar Technologies, a technology startup that is currently building the first clinical AI tool used to advise neuropsychologists in diagnosing mental disorders. In our conversation we…
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Chris is a cancer-survivor, best-selling author, and creator of the popular blog called, “Chris Beat Cancer”. In 2003, at 26 years old, he was diagnosed with stage IIIC colon cancer. After surgery, Chris opted-out of chemo and instead, used nutrition and natural therapies to heal his cancer. Eighteen years later, Chris is a healthy, strong, cancer-…
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In this week’s episode, we look at narcissism from both a sociological and psychological perspective, explore the implications of the rapidly approaching Metaverse, and ask honest questions about the state of today’s social climate. ==================== 0:00 Intro 0:37 Who was American social critic Christopher Lasch? 3:23 Are we living in a consta…
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In this episode, we examine how actions result in ripple effects by talking about the legacy of Rosie Ruiz and sharing reflections on a recent service trip to Mexico. ==================== 0:00 Intro 0:38 Who is Rosie Ruiz and what is her story? 9:30 The many forms of grief 10:34 A 99% Rotten Tomatoes Netflix documentary recommendation 14:14 Stories…
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Paul Denniston is the founder of Grief Yoga®, which uses yoga, movement, breath, and sound to release pain and suffering and connect to love. Paul is certified in Hatha Yoga, Vinyasa Flow, Kundalini Yoga, Laughter Yoga, Restorative Yoga, and Let Your Yoga Dance. He also has taught movement at the Stella Adler Academy in Hollywood. In our conversati…
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For over four decades, Lisa has worked with individuals and companies to create lives of presence and purpose. She earned a BA from Stanford University and an MBA from Duke. Lisa is a Transcendental Meditation Sidha, attended the Monroe Institute for the exploration of expanded states of consciousness, and studied imagery and dream reading at the A…
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In this episode, we chat with Dr. Kathryn Ford. Kathryn has been practicing psychotherapy for over 20 years. She received her M.D. from Brown University Medical School and did her psychiatric residency at the Stanford School of Education. Kathryn has a private practice that specializes in work with couples, as well other kinds of relationships. We …
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In this episode, we answer “what is the greatest invention of all time?" ==================== 0:00 What is the greatest invention of all time? 2:21 First invention 8:45 Second Invention 16:13 Unbundling and rebundling 20:23 Third invention ==================== LinkTree to support us (thank you!) Let's get in touch! Join the discussion in the episod…
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In this episode, we share our experiences attending weddings over the weekend, and later on explore some of the shadow elements of domestic life. ==================== 0:00 Intro 2:28 Wedding speeches 4:07 Engaging different personality types 8:05 Seeing people for the first time in a while 11:24 Truly “showing up” 12:36 Celebrating alongside multip…
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In this episode, we explore recent news stories that may have slipped under your radar. Covering both wins and losses for humanity. ==================== 0:00 Intro 00:38 The world’s biggest carbon removal plant 3:42 The “direct air capture” industry 6:38 The Mediterranean Sea is a microcosm of the world’s oceans 7:52 The first underwater living lab…
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In this episode, we reflect on the significance of human networks in the context of graph databases, Dunbar’s number, and the shifting social landscape amid the pandemic. We also share some stories about the great connectors throughout history. ==================== 0:00 Graph databases 3:25 Dunbar’s number 4:28 Social brain hypothesis 6:44 Jordan P…
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Dr. Kathy Hagler is a preeminent thought leader in organizational transformation, driven to understand and improve the communication and connectivity between individuals and organizations. She studied with, and collaborated alongside Dr. W. Edwards Deming and Dr. Peter Drucker and is the Founding Partner of K2OHSOLUTIONS, an organizational consulti…
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In this episode, we reflect on connections between episodes, guests, and real world events. We provide our insights and tips on podcast promotion, co-hosting a podcast, and deeper engagement with people. We also talk about some of the necessary skills humans will need to have in the future and what we are doing to become better at those skills. ===…
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Professor Robert Thurman is an American Buddhist author and academic, highly regarded for his pioneering translations of Buddhist religious and philosophical material. TIME named Robert one of the 25 most influential Americans of 1997 calling him a, “larger-than-life scholar-activist destined to convey the dharma, the precious teachings of Siddhart…
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Dr. Jerry Haigh is a storyteller, author, and wildlife veterinarian whose career has spanned five decades and four continents. He has treated countless different species including rhino, elephant, lion, buffalo, and leopard. Jerry’s forthcoming book, “Reindeer Reflections: Lessons from an Ancient Culture” chronicles his time working alongside nomad…
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Wayne is a Canadian photographer determined to tell meaningful stories through portraiture, staying true to his subjects as he combines art and compassion together as one. His work has been published in such magazines as Outdoor Photography, Canadian Geographic, and Canadian Rockies Annual. Wayne’s forthcoming book, “Resilient: The Portraiture of W…
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Dr. Rick Taylor is a professor of zoology and director of the fish collection in the Beaty Biodiversity Museum at the University of British Columbia. Rick graduated with a Ph.D. in zoology from UBC in 1989, chaired the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada from 2014 to 2018, and is an elected Fellow of the Royal Canadian Geograph…
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In this episode, we feature Dr. Jon Turk, a scientist, author, and National Geographic award-winning explorer. Jon has kayaked the North Pacific from Japan to Alaska, lived among the grizzly bears in Kamchatka, and made many first ski descents and first rock climbing ascents around the globe. Jon’s most recent travels took him to northeast Kenya, w…
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In this episode, we feature Andy Norman, a public philosopher, director of the Humanism Initiative at Carnegie Mellon University, founder of the Cognitive Immunology Research Collaborative, and award-winning author of “Mental Immunity: Infectious Ideas, Mind-Parasites, and the Search for a Better Way to Think.” It’s no secret that social media is a…
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In this episode, we feature a Celtic teacher and spiritual author to help you learn how to reawaken your inner nature and heal the psychological wounds of empirical religion that still haunt your unconscious. John Philip Newell's most recent work is entitled, "Sacred Earth, Sacred Soul: Celtic Wisdom for Reawakening to What Our Souls Know and Heali…
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In this episode, we feature Dr. Shefali, a clinical psychologist who specializes in the integration of Western psychology and Eastern philosophy. She has written four books - three of which are New York Times best-sellers. Her most recent work is entitled, "A Radical Awakening: Turn Pain Into Power, Embrace Your Truth, Live Free". This conversation…
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Have you ever found yourself in a situation where someone came to you with a deep question or concern and you did not have the right words to support them? In this episode, we feature Thomas Moore, author of “Soul Therapy: The Art and Craft of Caring Conversations”, to help us become more therapeutically sophisticated and better at counseling one a…
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Did you know that elephants have three times the number of neurons in their brains that humans do? In this episode, we discuss the wide-ranging topics of animal intelligence and biological consciousness – what does the view out on the world look like for creatures other than ourselves? We explore the incredible intelligence of exceptional animals l…
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Did you know that in six countries (France, Germany, Italy, Spain, UK, USA), those who reported following “plant-based diets” had 73% lower odds of moderate-to-severe COVID-19? In this episode, we chat with Matt Frazier and Robert Cheeke, authors of “The Plant-Based Athlete: A Game-Changing Approach to Peak Performance”. Matt is an ultra-marathon r…
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Did you know there are 4.3 human births per second around the world? Our guest and friend of the show, Lisa Marchiano, LCSW, is a psychotherapist and certified Jungian analyst. She is co-host of This Jungian Life and author of the newly released book, “Motherhood: Facing and Finding Yourself.” In this episode, we explore the experience of motherhoo…
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Did you know that the 2020 U.S. Census could show the smallest decade-long population growth rate in American history? In this episode, we talk about changes taking place across the housing market, demographics, migration, and fertility that will shape the future of American life. ==================== 00:45 The new necessities of the housing market…
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