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Kendra, the big sister, and Hannah, the little sister, are lazy about things like housecleaning and having a social life but obsess over the important things, like who'd they want to make out with in an apocalypse. (Answer: Daryl.) They have smart opinions about lazy things and can't wait for you to join the conversation.
 
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Chasing Creative

Ashley Brooks and Abbigail Kriebs

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Chasing Creative is all about how everyday people can make creativity a priority in their daily lives. We're talking to regular people who have insights and action steps you can take TODAY to make your creative plans happen. Whether you’re squeezing creative pursuits into your kids' naptimes or in the evening after working a 9-5, we're here to give you the inside scoop on how regular people are chasing creative.
 
Join us for #nofilter parenting talk, hosted by MOPS President and CEO Mandy Arioto and a support squad of powerhouse parents. You don’t need another curated influencer in your media feed making you feel isolated and off pace. You need intentional conversations about what’s going on for moms in real life. Tune into Moms Unscripted and join an empty nester with hindsight, a working mom balancing a full schedule, an accomplished author with preteens, and a sleep-deprived dad with a newborn. If ...
 
(Apple Podcast's Best of 2018) When mother-daughter duo Jan Black and Laura Owens first conceptualized their two-generational talk show, nobody told them they’d snag the title of #1 self-help podcast for months on end! But that’s exactly what they’ve done, delving into topics as far-flung as network building, the importance of failure, finding hope after being kidnapped, and how the principles of brain surgery can help us work through everyday problems. Featuring interviews with extraordinar ...
 
The Zura Health Podcast is a space to dig deeper into what it means to be HUMAN. We cover topics on wellness, entrepreneurship, nutrition, emotional wellbeing, spirituality and sex. Twins, and Co-Founders of the digital health company Zura Health, Jessica and Kylie McBeath, are committed to providing the tools, advice, and wisdom we all need to come back home to our most powerful, honest, and true selves — by bringing bright minds, big hearts, and the latest research together into one multi- ...
 
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It’s easy to feel overwhelmed by the mixed messages society gives us about what it means to live well. We hear that there are so many things we should do--enjoy the moment, dream big, get up before the sun, make time for everyone in our lives while having a spotless home and doing the perfect workout. Well, what if you could do what matters in your…
 
We all need a path to follow to keep ourselves sane. We battle between either perfection or chaos and neither seem to satisfy. We invite Kendra to show us the Lazy Genius Way. We find ways to improve ourselves and our home with the least amount of effort. That way we can do the things we were meant to do! SHOW NOTES: For more information about MOPS…
 
Do you have that friend that always makes you laugh, has worked obscure professions and sent their husband off into space? Yeah, we only know of one of those and that is our guest today. Stacey is one of our very own staff members who never seems to have a dull moment in her life. We dig into the other side of the curtain for astronauts. What is th…
 
We all have time, we all have expectations about how we want it emptied or filled, and we have a lot of hard, busy, stressful days that we need to manage so we don’t lose our minds. It’s a front-burner challenge pretty much all the time. Today I want to go a bit higher level and share some essential mindsets or mantras that will impact your time ma…
 
On this episode, we explore how the pandemic forced organizations to adapt new ways of operating. We’ll find out why we shouldn’t go “back to work”, and why we need to “go forward to work” instead. Joining us is Keith Ferrazzi, the internationally renowned thought leader, entrepreneur, consultant, and best-selling author of "Never Eat Alone", and "…
 
Few topics are more fascinating and mysterious than the history of life on earth. We all learn about it in school and then forget a lot of what we’ve learned! We also discover that what we’ve learned becomes outdated as scientists make new discoveries. Our guest on this episode is paleontologist and evolutionary biologist Henry Gee, who is a senior…
 
The stories we tell ourselves about ourselves have a big impact on the way we lead our lives and whether we’re able to make changes in our lives. So, how can we recognize those self-stories and take control of them so they don’t prevent us from accomplishing our goals? Our guest on this episode is bestselling author Kindra Hall who is Success Magaz…
 
We take a deep dive into Kathleen's long standing work around the way we communicate with one another. If you are wondering why your husband is getting frustrated or your child is struggling to listen, this podcast is for you. You will have actionable steps the moment you finish this much needed episode! SHOW NOTES: For more information about MOPS …
 
It’s funny - I talk about meal planning a lot here on the podcast, on Instagram, and in my upcoming book that I can’t wait for you to read, The Lazy Genius Kitchen. But I don’t know that I’ve ever shared how I personally meal plan! Seeing the nitty-gritty can be helpful in figuring out your own nitty-gritty, so that’s what I’m going to share today.…
 
If you have goals you want to achieve and could use some advice on how to reach them, this episode is for you. Our guest is internationally known peak performance expert Delatorro McNeal, who works with Fortune 500 corporations and entrepreneurs to drastically improve productivity and boost morale. Delatorro is the founder of The Full Throttle Expe…
 
Join us as we take a non-denominational look at how you can harness the power of prayer in your life and use it to find connection, peace and gratitude. Our guest today is bestselling author and speaker Agapi (ah-GAH-pee) Stassinopoulos, who describes prayer as “Your ongoing conversation with something larger than yourself.” Her newest book is call…
 
It’s an absolute joy to welcome Emmy and Golden Globe Award-winning actress Sharon Gless to the show to talk about her life and her new book. Sharon has written a page-turning memoir entitled, Apparently There Were Complaints, which is getting rave reviews for its humor and honesty in which she looks back on her life, career, struggles and triumphs…
 
Julie Lythcott-Haims believes in humans and is deeply interested in what gets in our way. Her work encompasses writing, speaking, teaching, mentoring, and activism. She is the New York Times bestselling author of How to Raise an Adult, which gave rise to a popular TED Talk. Her second book is the critically-acclaimed and award-winning prose poetry …
 
In this bonus episode, Hillary talks about why our bodies aren’t what we look like, how to engage with our bodies in healing ways, and what it means to exist with pain and tension and let it make us more of who we are. Also, her voice is like honey butter. She is just the best. Helpful Companion Links The Wisdom of Your Body by Hillary McBride Find…
 
Leadership looks different today. The pandemic changed everything about the way we do life. Maybe more than anything else, how we work. We talk with Meredith about what new expectations we should have and how can we lead employees into a healthy future. SHOW NOTES: For more information about MOPS International, go to www.mops.org. Find a MOPS group…
 
Expressing our condolences and to honor his legacy, we’re bringing back our conversation with comedian, actor, director and podcast host Bob Saget. You know him from Full House, Fuller House, How I Met Your Mother, America’s Funniest Home Videos and so many other shows, as well as his long and illustrious career as a standup comedian. Rest In Peace…
 
In my book The Lazy Genius Way, I share 13 principles you can use to Lazy Genius any situation in your life. Sometimes you might need one principle, sometimes a few together, and sometimes you don’t know which to choose. When you’re faced with some sort of challenge whether it’s a system in your home, a relationship hangup, a time management proble…
 
Our guest on this episode is someone we’ve wanted to have on the program for a long time: Dr. Shefali Tsabary, a renowned clinical psychologist and New York Times Bestselling author. She specializes in family dynamics and personal development integrating Western psychology and Eastern philosophy. Her latest book is called, A Radical Awakening—Turn …
 
Robert Wunderlich is building a method for men seeking to master their craft. He is a Men's Coach who holds a 2nd Degree Black Belt in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu (BJJ). He owns and operates the Shokunin Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu Association and The Academy of Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu, Arvada. In 2004, Robert began training in Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu under Professor Davi…
 
What if you could change an old habit by working on it for just 30 seconds a day? Our guest on this episode, BJ Fogg, says that making new habits should be fast, easy, and fun -- and the steps are the same for whether you want to floss your teeth more or lose 200 pounds! He has researched human behavior for over twenty years and is the director of …
 
There is a terrible trend happening in marriage that has only gotten worse since the pandemic. It's not infidelity or porn. It's the act of giving up on your marriage, but continuing to stick around. We talk with Casey and Meygan about all of it. Why are you and your spouse doing this? Can you mend your relationship? Can you find pleasure in your s…
 
Why is there stigma associated with how we cope with the loss of a pet? It seems like we can't get it right: we're judged for grieving the death of the animal too much ('it's just a pet!') or too little ('he/she is getting a new dog already?'). What can we do to heal and move forward from it? Why does it feel like we never fully get over it? You ca…
 
It’s the first Monday in January which always has some fun energy to it. Fun? Is fun the right word? It has an energy to it. The level of fun depends on your personality and circumstances I suppose. So as we move into this new calendar year, I want us to do it like Lazy Geniuses. Helpful Companion Links 30 Lazy Genius Questions for the Start of a N…
 
Our guest on this episode is Lacy Crawford, author of the new book, Notes On A Silencing: A Memoir which is one of the most anticipated books of the year. It’s the story of Lacy’s sexual assault as a teenager by two fellow students at the one of the top boarding schools in the country. The Washington Post calls the book, “A haunting exploration of …
 
Joining us on this episode is New York Times bestselling author Bob Goff, who is on a mission to shake people into the version of their lives they dreamt about before someone told them it was impossible or incorrect. Bob, who’s known as an “encourager to millions”, is the creator of the popular Dream Big conferences and author of the new book, Drea…
 
Jason Markow (known around the web as '@TEKSTartist') has been slinging designs from his southern California studio since 2011. His techniques often combine digital and traditional mediums to create visual representations of powerful quotes. His work hangs in the homes and offices of Jason Mraz, Chuck Palahniuk, Alexis Ohanian, Gary Vaynerchuk, and…
 
You guys, it’s the last episode of 2021, and it’s also my birthday today. And not just any birthday; today I turn 40! In early January, in episode 193, I shared seven things I wanted to do this year, in my 40th year, and today I’m going to share an update. Helpful Companion Links Episode #193: What I Want to Do in My 40th Year The Popcast with Knox…
 
Hi! It has been *an entire year* since we last appeared in your podcast feed. We’re wading through Pandemic Year 2 just like everyone else, complete with all the day-to-day negotiations and risk calculations like everyone else. And also: a fourth baby for Ashley, a smattering of kids entering the public school system for both of us, and entire rout…
 
On this episode, we’ll take a look at “grace”, and explore why grace may be difficult for you to tap into. Our guest is CNN senior political analyst Kirsten Powers, who is a former political analyst for Fox News. Kirsten is also a New York Times bestselling author, in addition to being a former columnist for USA Today, The Daily Beast, American Pro…
 
If you find it uncomfortable to deal with difficult people and highly emotional problems, stay tuned! Our guest is distinguished attorney Doug Noll, who has a lot to say about how we can improve our skills in handling such situations. Whether you’re faced with an angry boss, colleague, client or family member, Doug says you can learn the skills nec…
 
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