May 8, 2017

Yanik Silver: Finding the Real Essence of your Goals

It’s really interesting because we get to decide how we frame, and what we want our response to be to any situation. There’s a great book by Michael Singer called the surrender experiment. He talks...

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May 3, 2017

Srini Pillay: The Power of the Unfocused Mind

Often I will ask people “do you want to live an exceptional life?” And most people will say yes. But an exception by definition is low probability. If you want to live a normative life...

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May 1, 2017

Daniel DiPiazza: The Good, Bad, and Ugly of Entreprenurship

For any listening who is thinking about starting a business, thinking about doing something on their own because instagram told you to or because you feel like it’s going to be easier, just know that...

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April 26, 2017

Charlie Hoehn: When Work Becomes Play

There’s this underlying current with everybody that you need to justify your existence with these major accomplishments. You need to show everybody else that you’re doing it right. But really, you were just given this...

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April 24, 2017

Vanessa Van Edwards: The Science of Succeeding with People

“We like winners. We like to be around winners. We like to work with winners. We like to be friends with winners. That is because we know unconsciously that could activate our feedback loop to...

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April 19, 2017

Anese Cavanaugh: Developing an Intentional Energetic Presence

When you look at the IEP method there’s 3 parts to it. The first thing is the ability to reboot your presence in the moment no matter what’s going on. This is something that’s happening...

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April 17, 2017

Dan Lerner: The Science of Happiness, Peformance, and Well Being

Don’t expect to be a world changer in the next 5 years. If you do your setting yourself up for maybe success on stage, but failure off. If you really want to pursue a life that’s interesting, that’s...

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April 12, 2017

Frank Ostaseski: A Glimpse Into Mortality

We spend all this time imagining we’re going to get ready for our dying. And I think it’s kind of an absurd idea, to imagine that at the time of our dying that we will...

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April 10, 2017

Danielle Laporte: White Hot Truth

It started to dawn on me that I was actually really tired of trying to be better, that all the things I was doing weren’t necessarily making me stronger. There was a lot of dependency...

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April 5, 2017

Jordan Harbinger: Exploring Social Dynamics

There are influencers in your office. There are influencers in every social circle, entrepreneur circle. We just don’t think of it as such because it’s bit depressing to think of it that way. But there’s...

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April 3, 2017

Larry Robertson: Speaking the Language of Creativity

Here’s the mistake that we all make when we look at creativity. We begin with the output. It might be an incredibly painting. It could be a fantastic piece of technology. IT could be a...

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March 29, 2017

Tim Collins: Overcoming Anxiety

Being extremely hard on ourselves is very common in the very high stress and anxiety space because that’s kind of what got us there in the first place. Now, I love using the word curiosity....

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March 27, 2017

Joe Goodkin: Using Music to Tell Your Story

In this episode, of the podcast we speak with professional guitarist Joe Goodkin about using music to tell stories. We do a deep dive into the creative process of song writing and Joe shares his...

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March 21, 2017

Khe Hy: Unwinding Cultural Narratives

Whenever you get to that point, whether it’s a promotion, whether it’s a bonus, yes it feels good for a couple minutes. You realize the fleeting nature of external achievement. Don’t get me wrong having...

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March 20, 2017

Tamsen Webster: Telling Powerful Stories in a Short Amount of Time

I believe there is a universal filter, and a universal story that we’re all seeking to understand. And I call it the red thread. It’s a phrase borrowed from Scandinavian countries where they used to...

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March 15, 2017

Garrett Gunderson: Moving from Scarcity to Abundance

Money is a byproduct. It’s a byproduct of value creation. Really the biggest way to deliver that value is to create a compelling vision. I think vision is the rarest commodity that there is in...

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March 13, 2017

Amy Blankson: The Future of Happiness

The question is not whether technology is good or bad for us. I think that might have been the question a few years ago. But now technology is part of our lives, so I think...

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March 8, 2017

Joe Cross: Reboot Your Health

Without plants, we wouldn’t be here. They were here first, we came later. There’s this magical beautiful dance of cooperation, love, and friendship between humanity and plants. If you think about where we got our...

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March 6, 2017

Sid Mohasseb: Evolving into the Best Version of Yourself

“We are here to experiment and to learn. If that is the purpose, then we have to constantly evolve to our own best version. You could call that changing. You could all that evolving. You...

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March 1, 2017

Scott Cramton: The Power of Immersive Experience

There’s that great movie up in there with George Clooney. He says one of those BS lines whenever he fires somebody. “Anybody who has ever built an empire has been sitting in the seat you’re...

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Feb. 27, 2017

Jon Levy: The Science of Adventure, Community and Connection

We evolved as communities. We didn’t evolve as networkers. The concept of meeting people was a rare occurrence because we lived in these tribal groups for the majority of our early stage as a species....

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Feb. 22, 2017

Leveraging Physiology for Human Performance with Greg Wells

If there’s one thing that I could pick that would determine whether or not would reach peak performance, and this after going to 3 Olympics as a media person and working with a couple hundred...

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Feb. 20, 2017

Failing Your Way to Success with Beate Chelette

We are remembered by how other people remember us. We live only through the memories of the people who we touched. So if we didn’t touch anybody, but we have a really big bank account,...

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