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FRIED. The Burnout Podcast is dedicated to burnout awareness and burnout recovery. FRIED is the place to start, or continue, your burnout recovery journey. Cait Donovan, host of FRIED, believes in your ability to heal and lead a more fulfilling, more engaged life and that storytelling is one way to spark a healing journey. This podcast is designed to change lives and is committed to maintaining a standard that is deserving of its listeners. Together, we can #endburnout.
 
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InnovaBuzz

Dr Jürgen Strauss

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The InnovaBuzz Podcast explores the minds of innovators, entrepreneurs and creatives. You’ll learn about values, strategies, tactics and mindset from some of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs. Join internationally recognised transformational marketing strategist, speaker and podcaster, Dr Jürgen Strauss, as he chats with awesome guests who are committed to innovation, service and modern marketing. Each episode is a conversation with inspiring people who make wonderful contributions t ...
 
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In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Cait Donovan, one of New York City’s leading burnout experts, host of “Fried – The Burnout Podcast,” and author of the book "The Bouncebackability Factor: End Burnout, Gain Resilience, and Change the World". Her master’s degree in Traditional Chinese Medicine enables Cait to combine Eastern w…
 
Our guest in this episode is Brad Tornberg, of E3 Business Consultants. Brad has provided consulting, across a range of areas to over 300 clients. His unique experience allows him to oversee the entire management of a client’s technology environment and can evaluate the entire organizational management and structure of the business. Utilizing busin…
 
Nneka Roberts, operations consultant at Sage Simple Solutions, has worked designing systems for 20 years. She now works with consulting clients teaching them how to implement systems to improve their businesses and lives. She shares her tips for using systems to help avoid burnout. Tune into this episode to learn more. “I think what ends up happeni…
 
Our guest in this episode is Riley Jarvis, the Founder & CEO of TheSleepConsultant.com, an organization that helps CEOs, entrepreneurs, and high performers transform their sleep to significantly boost their productivity and energy levels. Riley started through his own health journey many years ago and discovered that sleep was the missing link that…
 
From Operations to Coaching with Gary Smith Gary Smith is a business coach and author. He worked for years in operations management before embarking on his journey as a coach. We chatted about how his engineering background prepared him for life as a coach, why he decided to make the transition, and how public speaking has benefited him. Check out …
 
Our guest in this episode is Nathan Barnes, who has 10 years combined experience of project management, event logistics, customer service, and media production utilizing organizational, decision-making, and leadership skills in high-pressure situations. Nathan is CEO of Greenlight Marketers, a Pay-Per-Click advertising agency ranked by Google as a …
 
Do you struggle with trusting yourself? If you’re experiencing burnout it can be extremely difficult to trust yourself. You’ve been ignoring your body’s signals for a long time, not taking care of yourself properly, and you likely feel like a shell of yourself. To recover from burnout, you must rebuild that trust. In the first ever #straightfromsar…
 
Our guest in this episode is Soulaima Gourani, co-founder of Happioh, a virtual meeting, and online collaboration software. Soulaima was appointed a "Young Global Leader" by the World Economic Forum. In 2019, she received the Ideas Into Practice Award from Thinkers50 followed by a Radar30 award from the organization in 2020. She also been named the…
 
Nanoengineering professor & podcaster Dr. Darren Lipomi Dr. Darren Lipomi is a professor in nanoengineering, studying the areas of soft electronics for solar cells, biosensors, and artificial touch. He’s also a podcaster and has a YouTube channel, addressing topics related to STEM in academia. We chatted about his journey to becoming a professor, h…
 
Our guest in this episode is Jim Euchner, Honorary Professor at Aston Business School (UK) and Editor in Chief of Research-Technology Management, a peer-reviewed journal for practitioners of innovation, technology and research management. Jim was previously Vice President of Global Innovation at Goodyear Tire & Rubber Company, where he led the deve…
 
Christopher Tarantino is an entrepreneur, international speaker, and thriving investor. He is the Founder and CEO of Epicenter Innovation, an award-winning professional services firm that focuses on emergency and disaster management. Using his unique leadership approach, he applies his expertise in crisis response to situations involving FEMA and t…
 
“If you are no longer curious, the best of your life is behind you because the best of your life is being curious,” shares Dan Sykes, Founder of the Somatic Training Network and author of Somatic Fanatic. Dan’s burnout came as a result of a midlife crisis. He found relief in the somatic arts, the art of training the nervous system, and aims to shar…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Sunir Shah, the founder and CEO of AppBind which lets digital agencies manage subscriptions to software and ads for the clients without getting stuck in the middle of the billing. He formerly ran partnerships at FreshBooks, marketing at Olark live chat, and founded the Cloud Software Associat…
 
Randy Johnston is a serial entrepreneur and the Executive Vice President of K2 Enterprises, a consultancy that helps teach and guide companies in the accounting industry to use technology effectively. He is also the CEO and Founder of Network Management Group, which he’s grown over almost 40 years. Randy spends much of his time as a speaker in the …
 
Becoming a professional engineer with Britt Smith Britt Smith embarked on a civil engineering career that eventually led to him becoming president-elect of the National Society of Professional Engineers (NSPE). We spoke about where his interest in Engineering came from, whether the working world was what he thought it would be, and what was the mot…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Will Reed, a Japanologist with over four decades of experience in Japan, and in-depth knowledge of the Japanese language and culture. Will is a Professor of Japan Studies at the International College of Liberal Arts (iCLA) at Yamanashi Gakuin University, where he teaches Japanese and Internat…
 
Are you a healer that struggles with asking for help? When you’re used to wearing all the hats and doing everything yourself, it can be really difficult to realize when you need to reach out. In this week’s #straightfromcaitandsarah episode, Cait and FRIED Burnout coach Sarah Vosen talk about how to recognize hyper-independence and how to ask for w…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Steve Brody, an expert at helping people prepare to exit their businesses. He wrote a book called, “What Happens after the Sale” and has helped hundreds of business owners think through their exit plans. Steve has over thirty years of marketing, general management, and consulting experience w…
 
Inspiring the engineers of tomorrow with Rebecca White Rebecca White is the CEO of Engineers of Tomorrow, an organization whose goal is to talk differently about the STEM professions to kids, with a focus on engineering. She worked in manufacturing positions before moving into the non-profit world. We chatted about the motivation to move from the f…
 
“I think that it all comes down to understanding your priorities and letting those shift and evolve,” explains Frenchie Ferenczi, Business Growth Strategist who works with entrepreneurs to maximize their income. When Frenchie first experienced burnout, she did not immediately recognize it for what it was. As she learned more and recovered, Frenchie…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Jess Dewell, Founder and CEO of Red Direction. Jess brings over 20 years of advising, consulting, and facilitation experience in operational strategy and organizational culture where values and purpose intersect. Both practical and unexpected, her views tune into the uniqueness of your organi…
 
How does acupuncture inform burnout, Cait Donovan? Cait Donovan is a burnout coach, a podcast host, and a keynote speaker. It’s her beginnings that I find fascinating, though. Cait’s journey is exactly what this podcast has come to symbolize: just because you start in a certain place doesn’t mean you have to continue down a particular path. She was…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Monica Laurence, business and brand strategist, CEO of Venture Studio, serial entrepreneur and Creator of Quantum Surfing. Monica also owns and runs the Tavola Fiji Boutique Resort. In our discussion, Monica talked to me about: Quantum surfing - what it is and how to use it to engineer luck T…
 
Are you struggling with your workload as an entrepreneur? You could be headed toward burnout without even realizing it. Studies done on burnout often overlook entrepreneurs, but there are many ways the studies can still apply whether you work for a company or for yourself. The top job characteristics that can lead to burnout include workload, time …
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Khaled Ghorab who is known as "The Relationship Architect”. He is a Leadership & Business Coach, a Simplifier for CEOs & Leaders. He helps businesses and people envision their company’s growth and leadership enhancement. His passion lies in bridging relationship gaps between leadership genera…
 
The entrepreneurial structural engineer, Ed Quesenberry Ed Quesenberry is a structural engineer who was an employee for years before striking out on his own and creating his own firm, Equilibrium Engineers, LLC. It’s so easy to be an employee. You do your job, and money ends up in your account on a predictable basis. Being an entrepreneur is anothe…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Sheryl Plouffe, a video and content marketing strategist, former Canadian TV broadcaster, and the creator of Cash In On Camera live stream and video podcast. She has been seen by millions over the course of her twenty-five-year career in news media, has produced thousands of videos, and has b…
 
Grant Difford is a leader among leaders and is the Founder of Waking Giants. The company works with business leaders and helps them develop purposeful strategies to take their brands to the next level. He also works as a Strategic Partner for Ronhill’s New Zealand division and previously sat on the board of trustees for Waitoki School. He has found…
 
“An open heart can hold everything,” shares Dr. Kristin Neff, Associate Professor of Educational Psychology, self-compassion research pioneer, and author of bestselling novel Self-Compassion. Dr. Neff developed the Mindful Self-Compassion program along with her colleague, Chris Germer, which is now taught internationally. She turned to self-compass…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Franklin Taggart, a career, business, and life coach for creative people and a professional musician for over forty years. His business is providing unconventional career, business, and life coaching for unconventional people - creators and artists, freelancers, DIY digital explorers, and acc…
 
Ethical Sustainability with systems engineer Dr. Jon Wade Dr. Jon Wade is a systems engineer who has worked in industry and academia. Currently he is in the latter. Dr. Wade is also an expert in ethical sustainability. I wanted to speak with him specifically because I have no clue what ethical sustainability is. We also spoke about his journey in s…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Donna Griffit, who is a Corporate Storyteller which basically means that she roams the globe helping people not be boring. Donna has worked as a Corporate Storyteller globally for over 17 years with Fortune 500 companies, Start-Ups and investors in a wide variety of industries. She has consul…
 
Caitlin “Cait” Donovan is a keynote speaker, podcast host, and burnout expert. Her coaching services are specifically dedicated to helping people prevent and recover from burnout. With her expertise, she has helped countless people at her speaking events and corporate workshops. Both her book The Bouncebackability Factor and her show FRIED. The Bur…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Phil M. Jones, a serial entrepreneur, business growth expert, and bestselling author of Exactly What to Say, Exactly How to Sell, and Exactly Where to Start. Phil started his first business, a car washing business, when he was 14 years old and hasn’t looked back since. After years of being on…
 
Teach the Geek - public speaking for engineers Anand Safi works as engineering manager but is also a tech mentor and startup advisor. My podcast isn’t the first one he has been a guest on, so he obviously must present well. We spoke about his journey to engineering management, the moment he realized that public speaking could be of use to him, and …
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Bethany Meadows, founder of Vertical Solutions Media, a full-service marketing agency helping small and mid-size businesses reach their growth objectives. Bethany also provides marketing training, coaching, and support for small and solo businesses through her monthly marketing membership Tim…
 
Brent Lessard is a business development expert and is the Director of Venture Development Institute. The company helps up-and-coming entrepreneurs by offering mentorship and capital resources. He is also well-known for founding rLoop, which also funds innovative research projects. In the past, he helped research high-speed transportation and new or…
 
Are you constantly changing yourself to try and adjust to other people’s values? When you sacrifice your core values for other people, this will often lead to burnout. Recovering from burnout requires you to set limits for your life that will keep you safe and healthy. By pushing perfectionism just to make other people happy, you risk burning out. …
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Heather Thorkelson, a Canadian dual business owner based in rural Sweden. She’s spent the majority of her life living abroad since her family moved to Costa Rica when she was 14, which contributed to a wanderlust that lasts to this day. After working in corporate throughout her 20’s, Heather …
 
Dr. Norman Fortenberry is the executive director of the American Society for Engineering Education (ASEE). You don’t just come out of school and become an executive director, though (unless you found an organization, then I supposed you can do whatever you want). He held a number of positions before his current. He’s gotten a number of degrees, too…
 
In this episode, I’m really excited to have as my guest, Mel Engle, CEO & Chairman of the Board at Predictive Oncology, a knowledge-driven company focused on applying artificial intelligence to personalized medicine and drug discovery. Their mission: to eliminate cancer. Mel has over 20 years of experience in leadership roles in both the biotechnol…
 
Kerry George is an experienced networker and the CEO of CIBN Connect, a business that puts together and executes live and online networking and training events. She has personally attended over 5,000 networking meetings across Canada and has been a keynote speaker for hundreds of events. In December of 2011, Kerry took over the leadership of the Ca…
 
“My experience with burnout personally is that it can be much more of a spectrum. It’s not an on/off switch. It’s an unfolding relationship to our energy,” explains Lopa van der Mersch, Founder and CEO of Rasa, the adaptogenic coffee alternatives revolutionizing people’s relationship to their energy. Lopa’s burnout came during a tumultuous stretch …
 
In this special episode, Dr. Cathryn Lloyd and Tom Ruwitch, put me on the hot seat to quiz me about innovation, marketing, and podcasting. We talked about how I started my journey as an entrepreneur, the lessons I’ve learned along the way, and how I’ve been able to use podcasting as a tool for marketing my business. You’ll learn a lot from this epi…
 
Luis Duque is a bridge engineer and host of the Engineering our Future podcast. He immigrated to the US to go to engineering school, and liked living there so much, he stayed. We chatted about his transition to the US, his work as an engineer, and his journey in public speaking, particularly as a non-native English speaker. __ TEACH THE GEEK teacht…
 
We’re still celebrating the magic 500 milestone for the InnovaBuzz Podcast! In this very special - three-part - anniversary episode 500, I’m joined by a panel of previous guests for a fascinating conversation, that could lead in any direction. In this episode, I’m joined by Cathryn Lloyd, Cat Stancik, Wade Galt, Tom Ruwitch, and Maxine Cunningham. …
 
As an expert on leadership, Thomas Kereszti has shifted his career towards coaching and helping others grow as leaders. He has worked with The John Maxwell Company for over 17 years, running workshops and seminars. He has founded and operated multiple companies, including Strauss Group Inc., and was VP of Business Development Sales at Lavazza. His …
 
“I had attached my entire self-worth basically to being successful in this job that I hated,” shares Sally Clarke, Burnout Coach and Author of Protect Your Spark: How to Prevent Burnout and Live Authentically. Sally worked for many years as a finance lawyer until burnout changed the trajectory of her career. She now works as a coach helping clients…
 
We’re still celebrating the magic 500 milestone for the InnovaBuzz Podcast! In this very special three-part anniversary episode, I’m joined by a panel of previous guests for a fascinating conversation, that could lead in any direction. In this episode, the second of the 3 parts, I’m joined by Joanne Clark, who was our guest on episode 6 and episode…
 
Karim Harbott is the co-founder of the Agile Center, a consultancy that offers agile coaching and leadership coaching. Before starting the consultancy, he worked for years as a scrum master and an agile coach. I’m really interested to find out what Agile is, what scrum is, and the ways in which public speaking helps in his work. To learn more about…
 
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