In today’s episode, we speak with Yosef Lynn about one of the most important topics in life … marriage / relationships. Yosef, along with his co-author, Tod Jacobs, just released the book, Not a Partnership.
It’s all about marriage. In the book, Yosef and Tod discuss what we keep getting wrong about marriage and how to get it right. If you’ve ever struggled with your marriage, or maybe you just want to make it stronger, then you DON’T want to miss today’s episode. I promise it will be the best thing you listen to today!
Do you create and post content online? Do you do any kind of online business? Then you know that one of the MOST important things you can do is to learn how to advertise and market to your customers online. It’s not the easiest and it’s not always intuitive. That’s why I’m excited to speak with Jay Ludgrove in this week’s episode.
There’s a big myth I want to dispel right now. It’s the idea of the lone genius. The person that creates and develops amazing ideas and brings them to life alone, as the hero in the story. It’s simply not true.
The big successes in organizations, in communities, in life … they are almost always in the presence and with the help of other people. It’s called teaming. Today’s episode won’t discuss the myth, but I will talk all about teaming with the world’s best expert on teaming … and that is Amy Edmondson.
“Culture eats strategy for breakfast,” is a phrase made famous by management guru Peter Drucker. But cultivating that culture is easier said than done. That’s where my guest this week – Anese Cavanaugh – can help you and your organization. She helps create a contagious culture for organizations that sets them on the path to success.
She does this by influencing leadership, performance and interpersonal interactions through a model she developed, The IEP model. If you nerd out on all things culture and leadership, then you don’t want to miss this episode!
For all the foodies out there, this week’s episode is for you. I speak with Beth Ricanati, an MD and author focusing on women’s health and wellness. She recently released her first book, Braided: A Journey of a Thousand Challahs. It’s a fascinating book that talks about her story of learning to bake Challah bread and how it helped her cultivate happiness and even wellness in her life. We cover a lot of ground, including topics like mindfulness, relationships, and how you can make this a healthy endeavor.
After a brief hiatus for the holiday break, we are back with another fantastic episode to help you thrive in life. This week we speak with Jonathan Haidt, a social psychologist who studies morality (among other things) and who is the co-author of what might be the most important book you read in 2019, The Coddling of the American Mind: How Good Intentions and Bad Ideas Are Setting Up a Generation for Failure.
Here is a sobering stat from our discussion … the number of girls from the ages of 10 to 13 that have harmed themselves has tripled in just the last 3 years. Jonathan talks about why this is happening, and how some very bad ideas (with good intentions) is connected to this and what we can do about it.
If you listen to only one podcast episode this year, I want you to make it this week’s episode with Next Year Now guest Andrew Wittman, Ph.D., former special agent for the Capitol Police, police officer, and US Marine Corps infantry officer. He’s here to talk to us about the 7 Secrets of Resilience for Parents. It doesn’t matter if you have kids or not.
We can all benefit by becoming more resilience in our lives … because if we want to help the people we love – our children, our friends, our colleagues – then we have to be the example. When we demonstrate we are resilient then we become a safe harbor for those around us and help them to become more resilient. Listen to what Andrew has to say and post your favorite tip or practice in the comments section!
It’s Thanksgiving Holiday week and I’m thankful for for this week’s guest – Adrien Finkel. She is a photographer, writer, and producer based in LA. Her just-released book, My Naked Truth, is a photo essay that explores triumphs, tragedies, and personal beliefs. Adrien interviewed over 200 people for this project and has a lot of really great insights to share about living a life that truly matters. Don’t miss out on this Thanksgiving goodness and listen to it now!
Today’s guest, Dana Wilde is a brain trainer for entrepreneurs. She helps entrepreneurs and others to think better so that they can live better. She has a really unique background and approach to training the brain that I think will resonate with everyone.
If you’ve been struggling to launch or grow your business, or you just want to learn to harness your brain better, then you don’t want to miss this episode. Plus she has an awesome freebie to give you!
Today is a special episode. It marks one year since I started this podcast to help you to thrive at work and in life. To mark this occasion I wanted to do something different. I’m celebrating by sharing my own experience of improving my health & well-being AND by announcing some big changes to the podcast!
In today’s episode, I dive into how a recent visit to the doctor for my annual physical motivated me to take BIG action in my life. I hired Ted Ryce, a celebrity fitness and nutrition coach.
In this episode, I discuss:
Why I hired a fitness and nutrition coach NOW … and why you should too
The benefits of hiring a coach, both for me AND you
My progress so far
And the big changes I have made to the podcast for the rest of this year!