The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

The Unmistakable Creative Podcast

By Srinivas Rao

Our listeners say, “If TEDTalks met Oprah you’d have the Unmistakable Creative.” Eliminate the feeling of being stuck in your life, blocked in your creativity, and discover higher levels of meaning and purpose in your life and career. Listen to deeply personal, insightful, and thought-provoking stories from the world’s leading thinkers and doers including best-selling authors, artists, peak performance psychologists, happiness researchers, entrepreneurs, startup founders, artists, venture capitalists, and even former bank robbers. Former guests have included Tim Ferriss, Seth Godin, Justine Musk, Scott Adams, Rob Bell, David Heinemeier Hansson, Elle Luna, Jordan Harbinger Brett Mckay, and Simon Sinek.

Episodes

Listener Favorites: Kamal Ravikant | The Profound Power of Personal Commitment

If we make a practice in our lives, like going to the gym or eating healthy, if you want to lose weight and be fit, or you want to be chiseled, you’ve got to make a practice. It’s a daily practice. You can’t go to the gym for a week and eat cake for 30 days nonstop and say “hey what happened? I was getting in shape.”Whether you’re feeling bad or feeling good, that doesn’t matter. It’s just your practice, like when you wake up and when you go to sleep. There are certain things you do. It’s a fundamental practice. Just like you talk about with writing. It’s a practice. Then you hit the flow state. Same thing in life. You make it a practice. Life hits a flow state.Things in life happen. People die. Nothing we can do to stop that. People we love die. Things happen. When we hit that flow state we bounce back much faster. The things that used to bring us down don’t bring us down like before. Then it’s only the real tragedies in life that bring us down. When a loved one dies, it’s a real tragedy and that should bring you down. It’s good to have loved someone that way and feel the loss. But the other stuff, the other garbage, the 99 percent of the stuff that brings us down that doesn’t matter lessens and its power over us lessens. So, I would say to someone who is either down or up, what matters is a fundamental daily practice of working on your inner self that keeps you in your personal flow. - Kamal RavikantListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/06/2054m 23s

Molly Fletcher | The Power of Audacity

In this episode, you'll learn how Molly Fletcher used pizza coupons and tennis lessons to move into her apartment for free, how she then went on to making $3M deals as a sports agent, the key secrets to how the best sports stars in the world reach their peak level of performance, and much more. Molly Fletcher is a keynote speaker, entrepreneur and former sports agent described as "The Female Jerry Maguire" by CNN and ESPN. Visit Molly's website | https://MollyFletcher.comFollow Molly on Twitter | https://Twitter.com/MollyFletcherFollow Molly on Instagram | https://Instagram.com/MollyWFletcherListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/06/201h 0m

Andrew Horn | Conscious Emotional Mastery

In this episode, Andrew Horn joins us to talk about emotional transformation and modern masculinity. We discuss how to stop your perceptions of people affecting how you show up with them, the importance of expressing gratitude to others, how gratitude lead him to launch Tribute.co, the state of modern masculinity and much more. Andrew Horn is a social entrepreneur, speaker, coach and founder of multiple successful companies.To give the most meaningful gift on earth, just go to https://Tribute.coModern masculinity and emotional transformation | https://WeJunto.comVisit Andrew Horns website to find out more about his work and his podcast | https://itsandrewhorn.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/06/2055m 50s

Listener Favorites | Ryder Carroll: Track Your Past, Order Your Present, and Plan Your Future

Ryder Carroll is a digital product designer, inventor of the Bullet Journal and author of his latest book, The Bullet Journal Method, which focuses on the art of intentional living. He joins us in this episode to share some valuable insights into his early career, experiences that helped shape him and lead him to where he is today, as well as what inspired him to create the Bullet Journal. Not only this but Ryder also gives us a first-hand look into his long awaited book: The Bullet Journal Method.To get your copy of The Bullet Journal Method or to find out more about Ryder Carroll and the Bullet Journal, simply visit https://bulletjournal.com/Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/05/2057m 6s

Yonah Welker | From a Spectrum to Disorder to Extraordinary Accomplishments

When Yonah Welker was 13, he abandoned the traditional education system and looked to create a like-minded learning environment for himself through technology and online learning. We discuss the future of technology in society, what problems AI will seek to solve and where it will fall short, how Yonah left school at 13 and went on to do extraordinary things, and much more.Connect with Yonah Welker on Linkedin | https://linkedin.com/in/welkerListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/05/2057m 3s

Josh Linkner | Leveraging Entrepreneurship to Design the Future We Want

Josh Linkner joins us to talk about his unique perspective of entrepreneurship and how it will enable us to become the architects of our future. Find out why playing it safe while you're young is the riskiest thing you can do, what entrepreneurship really looks like, what enables the coexistence of ambition and fulfillment, how to make the most of a pandemic as well as what is going to prevent many of us from doing that.Visit Josh Linkner's website to find his book, his blog and his inevitable podcast | https://JoshLinkner.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/05/2047m 18s

Listener Favorites: Paul Jarvis | The Power of Wanting Less and Staying Small

Paul Jarvis has an understanding that growth isn't always a good thing for businesses. He brings a message that helps lift the veil of thinking bigger is better and to understand how knowing what you want and wanting less often go hand in hand. Paul Jarvis is the author of Company of One, a software creator, designer and online course teacher.Find out more about Paul Jarvis' book at Company of One: Why Staying Small is The Next Big Thing for BusinessTo find out more about Paul, his work and to listen to his podcast, visit pjrvs.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/05/2053m 32s

Patrick McGinnis | Practical Decision-Making in a World of Overwhelming Choice

This episode breaks down our fear of better options, F.O.B.O, in an attempt to help our listeners become masters of decision-making in a world brimming with variety. We talk about the framework that Patrick has developed for this and hear about some of the ways he triumphs over fear. From using your watch to make no-stake decisions for you to becoming mindful of the asymmetry of information in media, you don't want to skip this one, so tune in and destroy your fear of better options.Pre-order Patrick's book, F.O.M.O Practical Decision-Making in a World of Overwhelming Choice | http://PatrickMcGinnis.comCheck out Patrick's podcast | http://patrickmcginnis.com/fomosapiensListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/05/2048m 55s

Jennifer Louden | Why Bother and Figuring Out What's Next

We sit down with Jennifer Louden and unpack some of the wisdom from her book, Why Bother and Figuring Out What's Next. In this episode, hear what prompted her to write 'Why Bother', discover how to take advantage of quarantine, why we should create conditions of 'enoughness' in our lives, how to transcend labels that attempt to define you, as well as how you can attempt to answer this question for yourself.Visit Jennifer Louden's website | https://JenniferLouden.comFind out more about Jennifer's book, Why Bother and Figuring Out What's Next | https://JenniferLouden.com/Why-BotherListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/05/2054m 23s

Listener Favorites: 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 you’ll be in the middle of the bell curve. But if you want an exceptional life it’s going to be low probability. Anyone who wants an amazing life is probably going to go for a low probability life, which means you have to activate some sense of possibility. You ask yourself what is the possibility of doing something? Rather than saying “how do I recover from this trauma or how do I recover from this grief” you ask yourself “what do people who recover from these situations amazingly do? There what you’re looking for is the exception... The very first principle is think like the exception and not like the rule. - Srini PillayDr. Srini Pillay is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (Part-Time) at Harvard Medical School. He is known for combining “head and heart” (figuratively and literally) in an approach to personal development and goal mastery that blends science, spirituality, and horns-grabbing joie de vivre to combat the stresses faced by ambitious and high-achieving people in academia, business, and life. He's also the author of Tinker, Dabble, Doodle Try: The Power of the Unfocused MindListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/05/2051m 25s

Jim Kwik | Upgrade Your Brain, Learn Anything Faster, and Unlock Your Exceptional Life

Jim Kwik is an expert on brain improvement, speed reading and memory retention. When Jim was in kindergarten, he suffered a head injury that put him in hospital and affected his memory and attention span. A teacher once called him 'the boy with the broken brain'. Today, Jim is a world leader in learning and has recently written a new book, Limitless, which we dive into in this episode. Join us to become limitless and unlock your exceptional life.Jim Kwik is giving away a signed copy of his book to an Unmistakable Creative listener! How to win in 4 simple steps:1. Take a screenshot of this episode 2. Post it to Instagram and tag us both, @JimKwik and @UnmistakableCreative3. Tell us what your favorite thing is that you got from this conversation4. Jim will re-post his favorites and pick one lucky listener to receive the bookJim's book, Limitless, is available now. | https://limitlessbook.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/05/201h 20m

Nora Herting | The Power of Visual Thinking to Understand Ideas

Nora Herting is the founder and CEO of Image Think, a graphic recording firm based out of NYC. Nora has spent 10 years using visual mediums to unleash ideas and inspire action. In this episode you'll learn about the neuroscience behind visual communication, key concepts to help you translate your thoughts into medium, how Nora arrived at where she is now and where visual communication is going.Visit Image Think's website | https://ImageThink.netNora is the co-author of Draw Your Big Idea, the ultimate creativity tool to turn you thoughts in action | https://ImageThink.net/shopNora has a love for photography and she had a dedicated website for her work | https://NoraHerting.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/05/2045m 17s

Listener Favorites: Aerosyn Lex | Finding Your Creative Identity

In this episode of the podcast, artist and designer Aerosyn Lex whose work has been exhibited at New York's Museum of Modern Art, and who has collaborated with iconic brands and individuals like Kanye West and Nike joins us to talk about the process of finding your creative identity.Aerosyn Lex is an award-winning, multi-disciplinary artist whose work has been exhibited at New York's Museum of Modern Art, the CFDA Awards, and beyond. He is one of the top 40 alumni from the prestigious Pratt institute and has been awarded the coveted SCOPE grand prize during the Armory Arts Show. Living and working in both New York and has collaborated with some of today's most illustrious names including Kenzo, Nike, LVMH, Public School, Kanye, and DiploListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/05/201h 3m

Gareth Pronovost | How to Turn a Little Bet into Big Success - Part 2

Gareth Pronovost is a data specialist who helps businesses make more profit by saving them 10's of hours of work every week through automation. In Part 2 of our discussion, we talk about the paradox of resilience, how Gareth ran a YouTube ad for just $5/day while on vacation in Jamaica that generated $10,000 of revenue, how automation is changing the model of our work day and much more.Subscribe to Gareth's YouTube Channel | http://youtube.com/c/GarethPronovostVisit Gareth's website to find out more about Airtable and streamlining your business | https://GarethPronovost.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/05/2046m 19s

Gareth Pronovost | How to Turn a Little Bet into Big Success - Part 1

Gareth Pronovost is a data specialist who helps businesses make more profit by saving them 10s of hours of work every month through automating heaps of processes on Airtable. In this episode, we get to learn how a catastrophic accident changed the way he decided he was going to live his life, what happened years later that lead him to becoming a single dad in his 20's, why failure is a recipe for success and much more.Subscribe to Gareth's YouTube Channel | http://youtube.com/c/GarethPronovostVisit Gareth's website to find out more about Airtable and streamlining your business | https://GarethPronovost.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/05/2038m 46s

Listener Favorites: Steven Kotler | The Neuroscience of Flow

How is it that some of the greatest minds in history seem to have otherworldly focus and can get into a rhythm unlike others? Steven Kotler knows why, and it has to do with "flow." There are 20 triggers that can help drive attention into the "right here, right now" and help lead you into that flow. And all of those triggers are far more obvious than you might imagine. Hear Steven's story and how focus can lead to flow!Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author, award winning journalist and the co-founder of The Flow Genome ProjectListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/05/2046m 42s

Steve Lieberman | Navigating an Undefined Creative Path

Steve Lieberman is the mastermind behind many of the radiant and celestial lighting renders complimenting electronic dance festivals. Steve is a creative entrepreneur with a knack for design. He has taken his career from replacing light bulbs in nightclubs to running a production company that executes stellar lighting displays around the world after months of meticulous planning. Take a listen to his journey and discover what it takes to put on one heck of a show.Take a look at Steve's work and get in touch by visiting his website | https://sjlighting.netFollow Steve Lieberman on Instagram | @SJLightingListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/04/2046m 23s

Laura Huang | Turning Adversity into Advantage

Laura Huang is a professor at Harvard Business School. She joins us on the show to to dissect the topic of adversity and how we can find a way forward when it comes into the picture. During our discussion, we talk through her framework, a how-to on turning adversity into advantage, as well as discover why hard work and grit is, in fact, the last thing you should focus on.Check out Laura's book and the rest of her work | https://LauraHuang.netFollow Laura on Instagram | @LauraHuangLAFollow Laura on Twitter | @LauraHuangLAListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/04/201h 7m

Listener Favorites: Laura Belgray | Finding Your Calling by Breaking All the Rules

Laura Belgray is the founder of Talking Shrimp, co-creator of The Copy Cure, and has written promos, launch campaigns, online content, full show episodes, and more in her career. She knows all about finding what fuels you and pursuing your passion. She knows that the feeling of inspiration itself isn't everything; it's what you do with that inspiration and how you move forward that matters.Laura Belgray is the founder of Talking Shrimp and co-creator of The Copy Cure. She's won numerous awards and has worked with companies such as Bravo, NBC, HBO, TBS, Nick at Nite, Nickelodeon, TV Land, Nick Mom, VH1, The N, Sundance Channel, Ion, WE, Lifetime, Oxygen, the CW and USA. Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/04/2059m 1s

Laleh Hancock | Transforming Problems into Possibilities

When Laleh Hancock was 7 years old, she, her mother and her two sisters fled from Iran to France in less than 24 hours after the revolution began. Since, Laleh has become a master at turning problems into possibilities. In this episode we get to hear her take on the current worldwide pandemic, how to keep sane under quarantine, the outlook for the monetary system, maintaining healthy relationships and creating wellness in your business.Visit Laleh's website | https://LalehHancock.comLaleh's management consulting business, Belapemo | https://Belapemo.comLaleh's company, Global Wellness For All | http://globalwellnessforall.comStories of Courage, Challenge, and Triumph | https://americasleadingladies.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/04/2053m 4s

Ramit Sethi | The Pyschology of Money: How to Design a Rich Life

Ramit Sethi dives into the psychology of money, unpacking some of the incredibly insightful advice and frameworks from his book, I Will Teach You to Be Rich. During this episode, we learn how to confront student loan debt, Ramit's rules for a rich life, how to go from asking $3 questions to asking $30k questions and much more.Follow Ramit on Instagram | @RamitFollow Ramit on Twitter | @RamitVisit Ramit's website to sign up for his newsletter | https://IWillTeachYoutoBeRich.comSerious about making more money? | https://IWT.com/earnA super handy worksheet for this entire episode is available at https://UC.com/worksheetListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/04/201h 11m

Listener Favorites: Dandapani: The Spiritual Path an Ex-Monk

Dandapani realized at the age of 4 that he wanted be a monk. He saw it as the most efficient path to enlightenment. But it wasn’t until completing an electrical engineering degree and finding his teacher that he joined a monastery, where he decided not to renew his vows after 10 years.Dandapan is a Hindu priest, speaker on self development and entrepreneur. Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/04/2054m 45s

Lydia Denworth: The Science and Psychology of Friendship

Lydia Denworth is a science journalist exploring the architecture, behavior and meaning behind life's most fundamental bond: friendship. Find out how your ability to make and maintain friends can impact your life, how changing schools can stunt a child's personal development, what loneliness looks like in the brain and what scientists are doing to discover what digital communication does to remedy it, and much more.Visit Lydia's website to find out more about her book, Friendship, or sign up for her newsletter | https://LydiaDenworth.comFollow Lydia on Twitter | https://twitter.com/LydiaDenworthFind Lydia on Facebook | https://facebook.com/ScienceWriterLydiaListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/04/201h 25m

Karen Rinaldi: It's Great To Suck at Something

Karen Rinaldi has discovered the joy in suckitude and strives to get even better at it. She has a burning passion for surfing and does it every chance she gets even though she knows she's not amazing at it. Beyond how to get tossed by waves, she has learned something far more valuable and she intends to share it with you. Listen in to find out what we're missing out on by thinking we have to be good at everything we do. (It's great to) Suck at something!Karen has worked in publishing for over 2 decades and has recently published her own book, (It's Great to) Suck at SomethingKaren's website can be found at https://KRinaldi.comFollow Karen on Instagram - @RinaldiWaveListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit https://unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit https://UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/04/201h 4m

How to Stress Less and Accomplish More with Emily Fletcher

Have you ever had those days where stress and anxiety are weighing you down? Meditation is humanities number 1 tool for dealing with stress. The issue is, most of us lack the knowledge and training to do it effectively. We need guidance. Emily Fletcher is the founder of Ziva Meditation and author of Stress Less, Accomplish More. Take a listen to find out how to go from being full of need and seeking fulfillment, to being fulfilled and looking for need.Find out more about Emily's book, Stress Less, Accomplish More.Go check out Ziva Meditation and get on board at zivameditation.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/04/2051m 24s

Ryan Holiday: Why Stillness is the Key to a More Rewarding Life

Ryan Holiday, prolific author, marketer, entrepreneur and founder of Brass Check, joins us for this engaging episode to share some valuable insight and stoic wisdom from his most recent book, Stillness is The Key. We live in a busy world. Our lives are overflowing with information and stimuli, constantly fighting for our attention. In the midst of this, what does it look like to become still? Why is it something that everyone needs to learn and how does it lead to a more rewarding life?If you enjoyed this episode, you'll love Ryan Holidays recent book, Stillness is The KeyTo find out more about Ryan Holiday and his work, visit his website at www.RyanHoliday.netSubscribe to the Daily Stoic email list at www.DailyStoic.com/emailListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/04/201h 10m

Yancey Strickler: Building a More Generous World

Yancey Strickler is a writer, entrepreneur and the co-founder and former CEO of Kickstarter. He is the author of This Could Be Our Future: A Manifesto for a More Generous World. Yancey believes that it's time for us to expand on our concept of value in order to build a more generous society that isn't honed in on wealth. One that places a focus on other important values like community, purpose, and sustainability.Visit Yancey's website at www.ystrickler.comTo build a bento and make self-coherent choices, just visit www.bentoism.orgListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/04/201h 0m

Elle Luna: Journey to the Crossroads of Should and Must

Elle Luna was rejected from every law school she applied to. After that, she stood at a crossroads between what she felt "should" do and what she "must" do. But thanks to a recurring dream that led to a life-changing painting, she was able to find her calling. Take a listen to her story of overcoming adversity, trusting in her community, and how following her "must" changed her life!Elle Luna is a designer, painter and writer. She also runs a textile venture, the Bulan Project., a collaboration with master batik artists in Bali, and has previously worked at international design firm IDEO and with teams to build Mailbox's iPhone App, redesign Uber's iPhone App and scale the storytelling platform Medium.  You can follow her on twitter @elleluna.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/04/2054m 20s

Scott Young: How to Master Hard Skills and Learn Anything

Scott Young is a writer, programmer, traveler and an avid learner. After Scott heard about Benny Lewis and the way he could become fluent in a language in just 3 months, he became interested in extreme learning and began exploring it himself. He later went on to study one of MIT's 4-year computer science degrees, relying solely on external material and without ever going to any MIT lectures. He passed the final exams. Scott joins us for this episode to impart his knowledge on ultra-learning.Visit Scott's website at www.ScottHYoung.comScott Young is the author of Ultralearning which you can find at most book outlets including AmazonBlinkistWith Blinkist, you get unlimited access to read or listen to a massive library of condensed non-fiction books. All the books you want and all for one low price. Right now, for a limited time, Blinkist has a special offer just for our audience. Go to Blinkist.com/creative and try it free for 7 days.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/04/201h 2m

Listener Favorite: Kevin Honeycutt: Turning Pain into a Movement

Kevin grew up in poverty, the son of an alcoholic outlaw, and turned his life into serving and shaking up the education system. His insights reach far beyond transforming education, but in how we break free from indoctrination and turning pain into a movement.Kevin Honeycutt is a technology integrationist and a staff developer from Central Kansas. He spent 13 years teaching K-12 art and now travels the country and the world sharing ideas with educators. His website is a valued treasure house of resources for educators.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/03/2046m 14s

Ozan Varol: Think Like a Rocket Scientist

When Ozan Varol was just 17, he moved from his home in Istanbul to the United States to study Astrophysics at Cornell University. When he got there, he sent his resume to a professor and was invited to work on the operations team for the 2003 Mars Exploration Rovers project that sent 2 rovers to Mars. Ozan is now a law professor and teaches others how to make giant leaps on Earth. Listen in to gain actionable insight on how to think like a rocket scientist.To subscribe to Ozan's weekly email list, visit WeeklyContrarian.comOzan Varol has recently authored the book, Think Like a Rocket Scientist. Ozan is giving listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast 2 amazing bonuses if you pre-order the book before April 21st '20. That's access to video training with a BTS look at his productivity system as well 10 x 3 minute videos with actionable insights from the book. Just visit RocketScienceBook.com/unmistakableListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/04/201h 2m

Scott Miller: Become The Leader You Would Follow

Scott Miller is an author, speaker and leader. He is the executive vice president of thought leadership at FranklinCovey and author of Management Mess to Leadership Success. Scott has developed and amazing sense of leadership and interpersonal relationships. He also knows that in order to lead others, you first need to lead yourself. What better way to lead yourself than to become the leader you would follow.Scott is the author of the multi-week Amazon #1 new release: Management Mess to Leadership Success: 30 Challenges to Become the Leader You Would FollowFind out what Scott is doing at FranklinCovey and more about his work at FrankCovey.comConnect with Scott on LinkedIn Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/03/201h 0m

What a Global Crisis is Teaching Us About Social Connection

All around the world, right now, billions of people are self-isolating inside their homes on an unprecedented scale. A microscopic organism has shaken the entire world into a global crisis and forced humanity to re-asses the way we live and how we relate to one another. What is this mass-social distancing teaching all of us about social connection and what world awaits us when we finally step outside once again?Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIME We are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/03/2015m 34s

Shelley Paxton: Become The Chief Soul Officer of Your Life

Shelley Paxton spent 26 years building a wildly successful career in the corporate world as a marketing executive, working for some of the worlds iconic brands like Harley-Davidson & McDonald’s. In 2016, Shelley walked away from the corporate world. She felt it was time for her to stop living business and get into the business of living. Listen to her incredibly real story that lead her to becoming the Chief Soul Officer of her life.Visit Shelley’s website at www.Soulbbatical.com where you can find out more about her, her book, Soulbbatical, and more.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.UNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIMEWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/03/2055m 18s

Miki Agrawal: A Permission Slip to Become The Most Authentic Version of Herself

Miki Agrawal is the co-founder and former CEO of THINX, the period-proof underwear company as well as founder of her most recent brand, Tushy. Miki rocks the boat in this episode of the podcast as she tells us what she’s learned from starting multiple successful, taboo-tackling companies as well as how she practices total self-acceptance and love.Check out her most recent brand, TushyMiki is the author of DISRUPT-HERVisit Miki’s website at www.mikiagrawal.comUNMISTAKABLE CREATIVE PRIME We are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/03/201h 7m

Creativity and Community in the Midst of The Corona Virus

Srini Rao, Founder and CEO of The Unmistakable Creative Podcast, is joined by Milena Rangelov, Community Manager at The Unmistakable Creative to discuss how in the midst of the Corona virus, we can come together as a community to find connection and creativity. If you want to join the Unmistakable Creative Tribe community, go to unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up now, completely free, and we'll see you there.Unmistakable Creative PrimeWe are launching Unmistakable Creative Prime, exclusive access to all our new monthly courses, group coaching calls, live chats with former guests as well as access to a keyword search engine of our entire podcast catalogue and much, much more. To find out more, visit UnmistakableCreative.com/Prime  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/03/2036m 38s

CrisMarie Campbell: The Beauty of Conflict and Difficult Conversation

CrisMarie Campbell hasn't had it easy, but nor have her giants. She has faced experiences that had the power to derail her, head-on, and overcome them. As an Olympic and World Championship rower and Boeing Engineer, she is now the co-founder of Thrive!. Her ability to rise to the occasion shines through her character during our discussion as she tells her story and teaches us how to turn conflict into a stepping stone toward extraordinary results.Find out more about what CrisMarie and Susan Clarke are doing at www.ThriveInc.comThey have collectively authored two books, The Beauty of Conflict and The Beauty of Conflict for CouplesCheck out their podcast: Beauty of Conflict PodcastListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and even have the opportunity to have your favorite episode re-aired on a Friday! Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/03/2051m 7s

Kara Loewentheil: How to Redesign Your Mind

Kara Loewentheil is a Master Certified life coach with a B.A from Yale and a J.D from Harvard Law. Kara used to work as a women's rights lawyer and now uses the same fundamental skills to coach women on redesigning their thinking. Her approach is friendly, practical and backed by cognitive psychology-based techniques and feminist theory. Find out how you can align your beliefs with your values and unf*ck your brain.Take a listen to Kara's podcast Unf*ck Your BrainListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/03/2052m 56s

Listener Favorites: Tiago Forte: Building a Second Brain

Tiago Forte knows all the tricks, hacks, and strategies you need in order to optimize your life, enhance your productivity, and accelerate your learning. His approach is so effective you will swear you have a second brain! Listen to how Tiago learned how to implement technology into his every day life in order to "build a second brain" and how he helps others do the same all the time!Tiago Forte is the founder of Forte Labs, a productivity training firm and consultancy based in San Francisco. He helps people envision and prepare for the future of work using a design-centric approach to productivity. He helps people "build a second brain" through workshops as well.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/03/2049m 8s

Heather Chauvin: Decoding the Language of Human Behavior and Confronting Motality

Heather Chauvin is a leadership coach and strategic parenting expert, dedicated to helping others live life in abundance. With three boys at home, Heather was diagnosed with Stage 4 cancer. In dealing with her diagnosis, she had to face the reality of death. This lead her to a revelation: she didn't know how to live. Take a listen to our discussion as Heather shares a universal calling to come alive.Visit Heather's website at www.HeatherChauvin.comListen to Heather's podcast, Mom Is In ControlFollow her on Instagram, @heatherchauvin_Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/03/2054m 8s

Frank Stephenson: The Man Who Designs the Most Expensive Cars in The World

In this episode we get to meet Frank Stephenson, designer of the worlds most elite exotic cars. Having been the head of design for Ferrari, Maserati and McLaren, Frank has been responsible for the design of some of the most successful products in automotive history. Here, we listen to his story, dive into the design process and of course, find out what it's like to have the dream job of designing supercars.Take a look at Frank’s website to find out more about everything he’s up to at www.Frank Stephenson.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/03/2058m 0s

Listener Favorites: Jeff Leisawitz: A No BS Approach to Creative Careers

In this episode we are joined by creativity champion, Jeff Leisawitz. Jeff is an award winning musician, filmmaker, writer, college professor, counsellor and life coach. He joins us for this episode to share his message on no BS creativity: diving into your inner creative self and releasing what ever you find by any means necessary in order to be seen, expressed and healed. No matter who you are, you’ll love this episode.Visit Jeff’s website to gain access to free chapters of his book, Not F*ing Around, as well as 1-on-1 coaching and tips at www.jeffleisawitz.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/03/2049m 29s

Stephen Martin: Who We Listen To, Who We Don't, and Why

Stephen Martin, co-author of Messengers: Who We Listen To, Who We Don't, and Why, CEO of Influence at Work and Professor of Behavioral Science joins us for this episode to discuss the core of his recent work. Why do we accept the exact same truth from one source but deny it from another? You'll want to Stephen for this one because he's got an astounding message.Take a look at Stephen Martin's book, Messengers: Who We Listen To, Who We Don't, and Why Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/03/201h 3m

Douglas Vigliotti: How Our Cognitive Biases Impact Our Lives

Douglas Vigliotti began his career as a salesman with a BSc in Business Management. He then started a sales consulting company and wrote a book about how to sell. This is where he discovered he wanted to be a writer. He has since authored 2 books and an eBook while continuing to write on his blog. Take a listen to learn how our cognitive biases can impact our lives.Check Douglas' website at www.DVwriter.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/03/2058m 18s

Listener Favorites: Bob Goff: The Art of Living a Noteworthy Life

Revisit one of our greatest interviews! Author-humanitarian and attorney Bob Goff joined us to talk about love, what we’re made to do, and living a life filled with whimsy. He discusses the difference between doing what you're able to do vs. what you were made to do and how to help love, curiosity, and humility shape your life. Take a listen!Bob Goff is the New York Times Best-Selling Author of Love Does, as well as an attorney who founded Restore International, a nonprofit human rights organization operating in Uganda, India and Somalia. Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/02/201h 1m

Margot Leitman: How to Tell an Interesting Story

Margot Leitman, writer, performer, teacher, and renowned story teller, joins us for this episode of the podcast. Margot has founded the storytelling program at Upright Citizens Brigade and is the author of multiple successful books. During our discussion, we hear about her life before she started telling stories, find out how she started, as well as get to apply her framework to a unique story of my own. Take a listen to learn how you can turn any personal experience into a captivating story.Margot's website can be found at www.MargotLeitman.comMargot Leitman is author of multiple books including, What's Your Story? and Long Story ShortListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/02/2058m 54s

Kelly McGonigal: How Physical Activity Contributes to Human Happiness

Kelly McGonigal, author, psychologist, and educator, is on a mission to help everyone find strength, courage and joy through moving. Kelly uses uses science and stories to explain the connection between movement and happiness. Find out what it does to your brain, your relationships, and much, much more. Kelly invites us to get up and move with her as we dance our way to joy and well being.Visit Kelly's website at www.KellyMcGonigal.comPre-order Kelly's book, The Joy of Movement Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/02/201h 6m

Listener Favorites: Seth Godin: What to do When It's Your Turn

In this episode of The Unmistakable Creative, Seth Godin returns to the show to discuss his new book, It’s Your Turn. Leveraging books as a tool to change the people around you Writing a book that begs to be shared and gets under people’s skinThe choice between creative or cog that we’re always making Why we must be willing to be wrong to do work that mattersHow the connection economy rewards people Our search for reassurance and how to stop itLearning to take your work seriously and not personallyThe mythical time when we think we’ll be readyA look at what school is actually for ResourcesYourturn.linkStop Stealing DreamsQuotesA book only happens when I can’t let an idea goIf you go into this saying, how do you know, you’ve already lost.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/02/2044m 39s

Pamela Barnum: What We Can Learn About Deception from an Undercover Drug Enforcement Officer

Pamela Barnum is a former undercover drug enforcement officer, body language expert and TEDx speaker. Pamela has experienced living as an entirely different person, with a different name, in a different town, integrating with drug dealers and learning about their lives. Get an inside look into the world of undercover drug enforcement and find out what she learned from these experiences about trust and deception.Visit Pamela's website at www.PamelaBarnum.comBlinkistWith Blinkist, you get unlimited access to read or listen to a massive library of condensed non-fiction books. All the books you want and all for one low price. Right now, for a limited time, Blinkist has a special offer just for our audience. Go to Blinkist.com/creative and try it free for 7 days.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/02/2057m 29s

Jonathan Levi: Read Faster. Remember More. Become a Super Learner

Jonathan Levi, entrepreneur, speaker and author of The Only Skill That Matters joins us for this episode. Throughout his life, Jonathan has always tended toward entrepreneurship, even as a young boy, and has found incredible success. He has discovered that in an ever-evolving world, there is one skill that keeps us valuable and relevant: learning. Take a listen to find out why you need to become a super learner and how to do it.Jonathan's website is found at www.superhumanacademy.comCheck out Jonathan's book, The Only Skill That Matters Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/02/2059m 7s

Listener Favorites: Navigating Life, Love and Fiction in New York City with Jennifer Miller

The Big Apple; brimming with life, love and everlasting romance. It’s no wonder dating in New York can be an uncertain, emotional roller-coaster. Jennifer Miller is a Journalist and Author who recently co-wrote Mr. Nice Guy with her husband, Jason Feifer, who is the editor-in-chief at the Entrepreneur magazine. In this episode, Jennifer joins us to share some valuable insights from her journey as a freelance writer. More than this, she dives into what it’s like to live and love in New York with a peak into their latest fiction novel – MR. NICE GUYMR. NICE GUY is available to read right now in hard copy, Kindle and audio book – www.mrniceguynovel.comYou can follow Jennifer on Twitter and Instagram at @propjen and you can also follow Jason on Twitter and Instagram at @heyfeiferListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/02/2049m 31s

Yanik Silver: The Value of Creative Self Expression

Yanik Silver is the Founder and CEO of Maverick1000 and author of several best-selling marketing books. Venturing off the topic of business and marketing, Yanik has a deep seated value for creative self expression. It’s something that plays a huge role in his life. If you take a listen to our discussion, you’ll hear Yanik talk about the impact of understanding the essence of your goals, the importance of play, reconnecting with your inner child and much, much more.Definitely be sure to check out Yanik’s most recent book, visit www.CosmicJournal.comYanik writes a blog at www.YanikSilver.com Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/02/2045m 31s

Alastair Humphreys: How to Live an Adventurous Life Regardless of Age, Income, or Location

Alastair Humphreys left his cozy home in Yorkshire in August, 2001 on his bicycle. He returned home 4 years later, having cycled 46,000 miles across the world. Since then, he has played the violin on the streets of Spain, rowed across the Atlantic, pulled a cart through the desert, walked through India, canoed the Yukon and much, much more. He joins us for this episode to share how living an adventurous life is a possibility for everyone.Alastair's adventures, speaking, blog and books can be found on his website at www.AlastairHumphreys.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/02/2051m 34s

Listener Favorites: Jim Bunch: Designing Your Environment for Optimal Performance and Creativity

Jim Bunch talks about rapid transformation, why will power fails to change the behavior of 96% of people and, how you can design your environment for optimal performance and and creativity.Jim Bunch is the founder of The Ultimate Game of Life and has been a leader in the coaching and personal transformation industry for over 20 Years. Also referred to as "The Ultimate Life Entrepreneur," Jim has coached and mentored some of the world top business and thought leaders. You can follow him on twitter @itsjimbunchListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/02/201h 8m

Jillian Richardson: Why We're Lonely and What We Can do About It

Jillian Richardson is a professional community builder, speaker and author of Unloney Planet. She has a deep understanding of community and loneliness and is working to help people find meaningful relationships through building community. Take a listen to find out the common thread in our loneliness and exactly what we can do to remedy it.Jillian Richardson is the author of Unloney Planet, available on AmazonVisit Jillian's website at www.ThatJillian.comFor a handpicked list of the best events in NYC that you can attend solo and leave with a new friend, sign up to The Joy List newsletterListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/02/2052m 9s

Sarah Hurwitz: What Causes Us to Turn to God in Our Search for Meaning

Sarah Hurwitz was a White House speech writer from 2009 until 2017, serving as a senior speechwriter for President Obama before becoming head speechwriter for first lady Michelle Obama. After a tough break-up, Sarah came across an advertisement for a beginners class on Judaism. Sarah's experience was not at all what she expected but instead connected her to a much deeper meaning of life. Why do some of us find these experiences, while others not? Take a listen to find out.Visit Sarah's website at www.SarahHurwitz.comFollow Sarah's book, Here All Along on Twitter as @HereAllAlongListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/02/2057m 39s

Listener Favorites: Brian Koehn: Becoming a Newer Version of Yourself - Part 2

In the second part of this compelling interview, Brian Koehn talks about the huge transformation he went through in his life that helped him become more comfortable and why you shouldn't romanticize the person you used to be in order to create real change. He also discusses how he helps business owners increase their revenue in just 90 days. Take a listen!Brian Koehn is part of the Unmistakable Creative team. He's the Chief Executive Instigator and also has a multi-faceted background. He sold his first company by age 19, earned his pilots license at age 21, consulted successful startups in branding and strategy, worked in IT at Hewlett Packard, and took part in learning and development at Sony Playstation.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/01/2039m 0s

Oleg Lougheed: Overcoming Seemingly Impossible Odds

Oleg Lougheed grew up in a home struggling with alcoholism, poverty and starvation. He learned that the best thing he could do to alter his trajectory and overcome impossible odds, was to separate himself and say goodbye to his mother, his sister and everything he knew forever. He gave up his parents' rights when he was 9 years old. He was adopted at age 12 in Chebarkul, Russia to a loving family in Michigan, 5500 miles away. Listen to his story and discover how you too can overcome your odds.To see other peoples stories and share your own, visit www.overcomingodds.todayListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/01/2053m 8s

Yancey Strickler: Building a More Generous World

Yancey Strickler is a writer, entrepreneur and the cofounder and former CEO of Kickstarter. He is the author of This Could Be Our Future: A Manifesto for a More Generous World. Yancey believes that it's time for us to expand on our concept of value in order to build a more generous society that isn't honed in on wealth. One that places a focus on other important values like community, purpose, and sustainability. Visit Yancey's website at www.ystrickler.comTo build a bento and make self-coherent choices visit www.bentoism.orgListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/01/201h 1m

Listener Favorites: Brian Koehn: Becoming a Newer Version of Yourself - Part 1

After growing up in the Midwest as a skater, Brian Koehn learned at an early age not to just blindly trust the systems in place around him. Which is why years later when he found himself in the middle of a bad religious experience, he was completely blindsided. Listen to Brian’s story of reinventing himself and how speaking to 10,000 people helped him not only in business, but also as a person. Take a listen to our latest episode to start the journey of becoming a newer you!Brian Koehn is part of the Unmistakable Creative team. He’s the Chief Executive Instigator and also has a multi-faceted background. He sold his first company by age 19, earned his pilots license at age 21, consulted successful startups in branding and strategy, worked in IT at Hewlett Packard, and took part in learning and development at Sony Playstation.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/01/2048m 51s

Oscar Trimboli: The Art of Deep Listening – Part 2

Oscar Trimboli is an author with 30 years of experience in bringing out the best in people. Oscar joins us on the show because he has developed a fascinating framework for deep listening. Listening is something that most of us know very little about, talk very little about and, much to our own surprise, do very little of. Oscar is here to teach us how to truly listen and to listen deeply in this special 2 part episode.If you enjoyed this episode, you might want to read Oscar's book, Deep Listening.Visit Oscar's website to find out more about him and his work - www.OscarTrimboli.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/01/2040m 16s

Oscar Trimboli: The Art of Deep Listening - Part 1

Oscar Trimboli is an author with 30 years of experience in bringing out the best in people. Oscar joins us on the show because he has developed a fascinating framework for deep listening. Listening is something that most of us know very little about, talk very little about and, much to our own surprise, do very little of. Oscar is here to teach us how to truly listen and to listen deeply in this special 2 part episode.If you enjoyed this episode, you might want to read Oscar's book, Deep Listening.Visit Oscar's website to find out more about him and his work - www.OscarTrimboli.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/01/2054m 44s

Listener Favorites: 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 say “What is the thing that ties all this together? What’s the theme? What’s the message? What’s the through line?” And we all want that. What I’ve discovered is that we all have that. Every organization, every person, every idea has this thing that makes it make sense. But how we make it make sense is fascinating. The best way to think about it is as Mad Libs. When we are trying to make sense of a situation or we’re trying to make sense of what someone is asking us to do, or if we’re in the position of “how do I tell this story in such a way that moves people”? The pattern of that story is universal, like a pre-written mad libs story. But where it becomes unique, where the power is, not only for us to understand what our own red thread is, but as we’re trying to explain things to other people…we don’t have to figure out the whole story. All we have to figure is how we fill in the blanks. – Tamsen WebsterTamsen Webster is an acclaimed keynote speaker, “idea whisperer,” and change strategist. She combined 20 years in marketing with 13 years as a Weight Watchers leader into a simple structure for understanding, talking about, and creating lasting change. She’s the Executive Producer of the oldest and one of the largest locally organized TED talk events in the world, and an in-demand consultant on finding the ideas that move people to action.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/01/2052m 6s

Sarah Sarkis: How to Change Your Life Without Losing Your Mind

Sarah Sarkis, psychologist, writer and performance consultant, works to empower people to achieve long term change and growth through an entirely science-backed approach. We discuss a few relatable topics like parenting, social media, education and growing up before moving on to some deeper questions that ultimately unveil the profound psychology and tactical methods behind changing your life.Visit Sarah’s website at www.DrSarahSarkis.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/01/2058m 46s

Kamal Ravikant: Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It

Kamal Ravikant joins us to talk about the revolutionary power behind loving yourself, what it looks like and how to make it second nature. We get to dive into his own experience of going all in on love and how this shaped the way he now views the world, other people and more importantly, himself. Take a listen, don’t hesitate and love yourself like your life depends on it.Kamal’s book, Love Yourself Like Your Life Depends on It, is available right now on Amazon and other leading outlets.Follow Kamal on Twitter and InstagramListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/01/2051m 25s

Listener Favorites: Lee Zlotoff: The Making of MacGyver

In this episode of the podcast we speak with MacGyver creator Lee Zlotoff about the making of his hit TV show which has remained on the air across the world for 30 years, and using what he calls the MacGyver method to engage the enormous capabilities of your subconscious mind to bear on effective problem solving.Lee David Zlotoff is an award-winning writer, producer and director of film and television. Among his more than one hundred hours of film and television credits, he was the creator/writer of the hit series “MacGyver” as well as the writer/director of the indie hit film “Spitfire Grill” which won the coveted Audience Award at the Sundance film festival, and which has also gone on to become a successful musical.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/01/2058m 14s

Tara Swart: The Neuroscience of Manifesting Your Goals - Part 2

Tara Swart is a Neuroscientist and former psychiatric doctor who has developed a science-based approach to manifesting your goals. Join us now for Part 2 of this special 2-part episode as we further our exploration into the neuroscience of manifesting your goals. We get to dive into topics like brain chemistry, self care, patience, creativity, medicine and much more.Tara’s book, The Source, is available now on Barnes & Noble and AmazonVisit Tara’s website at www.TaraSwart.comFollow Tara on Instagram!Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/01/201h 3m

Tara Swart: The Neuroscience of Manifesting Your Goals - Part 1

Tara Swart is a Neuroscientist and former psychiatric doctor who has developed a science-based approach to manifesting your goals. Join us now for Part 1 of this special 2-part episode as she walks us through some practical examples of how it works, gives an in-depth look into the neuroscience of brain plasticity and much, much more.Tara’s book, The Source, is available now on Barnes & Noble and AmazonVisit Tara’s website at www.TaraSwart.comFollow Tara on Instagram!Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/01/2056m 26s

Listener Favorites: Danielle Laporte: Love as Your Bottom Line

In this episode, bestselling author, inspirational speaker, entrepreneur, and blogger, Danielle Laporte shares the thought-provoking and inspirational truths that unfold in our lives when we make Love our bottom line. Danielle expands on many intimate concepts including spirituality, belonging, affection, and surrender; as well as how, with a mindfulness of Love, we can lead a peaceful life of choice and self-acceptance. Open your heart to what Danielle has to share because with this one, she truly brings it home.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/01/2053m 5s

An Unmistakable Look Back at 2019

With 2019 coming to a close and 2020 just around the corner, we take a look back at this amazing year to appreciate some of the greatest moments we shared on the Unmistakable Creative Podcast.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.Democracy Now! is licensed under a Creative Commons BY-NC-ND license.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/12/1924m 9s

Best of 2019: Katie Patrick: How to Save the World - A Research Backed Approach

Katie Patrick is an environmental engineer and software designer dedicated to helping people use real scientific data to change the world. Instead of laying on the beach, brainstorming ideas on how we can stop global warming, Katie teaches us that there is in fact a better, more effective approach which is driven by research and behavior changing techniques that all of us can implement. We’ve all dreamed of a better world, it’s time to revive those dreams and act upon them.You can visit Katie’s website to access free downloads, find out more about her work and listen to her podcast at www.KatiePatrick.com Katie Patrick is the author of How To Save The World, which you can get your hands on at IndieGoGo or AmazonListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/12/1956m 28s

Best of 2019: David Frangioni: How to Build a Creative Career that Stands the Test of Time

David Frangioni began as a drummer for a cover band in his early youth before going on to become an engineer, producer and technologist hired by some of the worlds biggest stars. From changing clothes in the liquor storeroom between gigs as a teenager, to working with some of the greatest musicians we all know and love, David has pretty much seen it all. He joins us to have a discussion about what he’s learned from his career in the arts and how to build one that will stand the test of time.David’s website can be found at www.DavidJFrangioni.comDavid also has two companies, Audio One and All Access IDA, go check them out!Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/12/191h 27m

Best of 2019: David Epstein: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World

David Epstein is the author of #1 New York Times bestseller, Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World, which focuses on re-establishing the game-plan for achieving excellence. The broadly accepted belief is that this path is one of focus, deliberate practice and early specialization, however David shows us that there is a better way which flips this on it’s head. Join us to find out how among the detours, experimentation and variety of experiences, we can triumph.Find out more about David Epstein and his work at www.DavidEpstein.comFollow David on Twitter as @DavidEpsteinListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/12/191h 1m

Best of 2019: Shawn Dove: Giving a Voice to Those Who've Been Marginalized

There is no Calvary coming to save the day. We are the iconic leaders that we’re waiting for. Shawn Dove is the CEO of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement (CBMA) and he joins us for this episode of the podcast. As an only child raised by a single mother, Shawn has many impactful and astoundingly rich life lessons to share with our listeners. Tune in to our discussion and find out how he and the CBMA are taking a stand for better life outcomes of black men and boys.To get involved, become a member of the campaign at blackmaleachievement.orgShawn Dove can be contacted via his email, sdove@blackmaleachievement.orgFollow Shawn on Twitter as @DoveSoars, and Instagram as @shawn_doveListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/12/1956m 50s

Best of 2019: Jennifer Taitz: The Science of Being Single and Happy

Dr. Jenny Taitz is a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and author of How to be Single and Happy, a scientific approach at thriving in the single life. Jenny joins us for this episode to bring her knowledge onto the show to help us understand what it takes to be single and live a happy life, free of loneliness and longing. Whether you are single, dating or in a long term relationship, Jenny's advice will be something that you can dig into and will guide you on your journey of self discovery and pursuit of happiness.Go visit Jennifer's website at www.DrJennyTaitz.com to learn more and get in touch.Jennifer Taitz is the author of How to be Single and Happy, find it on Amazon.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/12/191h 0m

Best of 2019: Daniel Levin: The Man Who Walked Away From a Fortune

For this episode of the podcast, Daniel Levin, Connectivity Expert and Author, shares a captivating recount of the life-changing events that lead him to go on to write the book, The Mosaic, and become the person he is today. Throughout this discussion, Daniel talks about losing both his parents at a young age, choosing to walk away from H&R Block when he was 16, as well as discovering the true power of connection, and much, much more. To find Daniel Levin's book, The Mosaic, as well as more about him and his work, simply visit www.themosaiconline.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/12/1953m 38s

Best of 2019: Albert-Laszlo Barabasi: The Universal Laws of Success

In this incredibly interesting episode, we get to chat with Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, a Physicist and Data Scientist in Network Theory. Why does hard work not always measure up to success? We out-perform expectations to go the extra mile but somehow always finish a mile short of where we want to be. For too long the link between performance and success has remained a mystery. Now, Albert has used raw data and historic case studies to uncover the unspoken rules behind success so that we can leverage them to our advantage. This is definitely an episode you'll want to revisit.To find out more about Albert-Laszlo Barabasi and his work, you can easily find him on Google or visit www.Barabasi.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/12/191h 7m

Best of 2019: Philip McKernan: Finding the Courage to Speak Your Truth

Philip McKernan returns to the show for yet another awe-inspiring discussion. In this episode, Philip talks about taking ownership of your struggles and of your suffering, what it means to speak your truth and how...
11/12/1956m 39s

Best of 2019: Ryder Caroll: Track Your Past, Order Your Present, and Plan Your Future

Ryder Carroll is a digital product designer, inventor of the Bullet Journal and author of his latest book, The Bullet Journal Method, which focuses on the art of intentional living. He joins us in this episode to share some valuable insights into his early career, experiences that helped shape him and lead him to where he is today, as well as what inspired him to create the Bullet Journal. Not only this but Ryder also gives us a first-hand look into his long awaited book: The Bullet Journal Method.To get your copy of The Bullet Journal Method or to find out more about Ryder Carroll and the Bullet Journal, simply visit www.bulletjournal.comListener TribeWe have our own social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes and even take part in community activities. What’s more? You’re invited! Just go to unmistakablecreative.com/tribe, use your LinkedIn or Facebook to login and we look forward to seeing you there.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/12/1957m 9s

Conducting an Annual Review and the Listener Tribe

We get to sit down with Milena, our wonderful community manager at the Listener Tribe social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative. Take a listen to our discussion to find out what makes it such a unique network in the midst of the over-saturated, skin-deep culture of today’s social networks. The Listener Tribe isn’t just another Facebook group. What’s more? You’re invited! Just go to unmistakablecreative.com/tribe, use your LinkedIn or Facebook to login and we look forward to seeing you there.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/12/1923m 55s

Best of 2019: Rich Kalgaard: The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement

Rich Kalgaard is a journalist, author, entrepreneur and speaker and he joins us for this episode to share his powerful message with us. In 10 years, Rich went from being a security guard to reporting directly to Steve Forbes. He has used years of research, personal experience as well as interviews with neuroscientists and psychologists to reveal how and when we achieve our full potential – and why today’s focus on early success is so misguided, and even harmful.To find out more about Rich and his work, visit www.richkarlgaard.comRich’s latest book, Late Bloomers, can be bought on Amazon and many other outlets.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/12/191h 6m

Best of 2019: Scott Galloway: The Algebra of Happiness and a Dose of Reality

Scott Galloway joins us for yet another remarkable discussion on the Unmistakable Creative podcast. Scott is a clinical professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business, author, public speaker and entrepreneur. He has an extremely unique take on Happiness that spells the formula for a life well lived. His message brings a clear vision and direction for those who are ready to begin the journey.If you found this interesting, you might want to read Scott Galloway’s book The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love, and MeaningVisit Scott’s website to subscribe to his monthly newsletter, No Mercy / No Malice, at www.ProfGalloway.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/12/1955m 17s

Best of: Jeff Spencer: Eight Foundations of Peak Performance

In one of our best interviews we’ve had, we spoke with Olympic coach Jeff Spencer. After his parents got divorced, Jeff Spencer’s family went on welfare. Then, he lost his father. But through all the darkness of his childhood, Jeff was learning how to use his pain and misfortune to build a stronger future for himself. Listen to how you can unlock the secrets of peak performance and success in this excellent interview!Jeff Spencer has been at the forefront of human performance and achievement for over 40 years. He’s worked with gold medalists, world champion athletes and Fortune 500 leaders.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/11/1946m 18s

Josh Spodek: A Proven Method to Bring Your Passions to Life

Josh Spodek has spoken at TEDx twice, visited North Korea twice, swam across the Hudson river, done 135,000 burpees since 2011 and is the bestselling author of Initiative and Leadership Step by Step. It’s clear that he knows how to take initiative and bring his passions to life. His mission is to help others do the same.Josh Spodek is the #1 bestselling author of Initiative: A Proven Method to Bring Your Passions to LifeHe also has an awesome website where you’ll find his daily blogs, his award-winning podcast, coaching, speaking and courses. Just visit wwww.JoshuaSpodek.comArchitects of RealityImagine how your life would look if you could create a new reality, one filled with meaning, intention and purpose. The time is here. Tickets for The Architects of Reality conference in Nashville, 2020, are now on sale. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com and get your ticket today.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/11/1949m 46s

Alberto Savoia: Why So Many Ideas Fail and How to Make Sure Yours Succeeds

Alberto Savoia says that 80% of engineers and product managers are working on products right now that when launched will fail. This is not due to poor execution or lack of hard work. They’re building the wrong products. When you build the wrong product, no amount of marketing or engineering will make it succeed. Alberto has developed a set of tools and techniques for you to make sure you’re building the right ‘it’ before you build it right, so that your idea is destined to succeed before you even begin.Alberto Savoia has written a book for entrepreneurs, innovators and game changers to help them maximize their success, The Right It: Why So Many Ideas Fail and How to Make Sure Yours SucceedVisit Alberto’s website where you can find out more about him and get in touch at www.AlbertoSavoia.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/11/191h 1m

Best of: Karan Bajaj: An Adventure Through The Hidden Parts of India

Karan Bajaj discusses his life in the Indian Himalayas and how very different the “east” is from the “west” in our world. He talks about living your Dharma, keeping community alive in a world that’s continuously connected but increasingly isolated, a little bit of mysticism, and much more.Karan Bajaj is a novelist and striving Yogi. Born and raised in the Indian Himalayas, he now lives in Brooklyn, New York. He’s also the author of The Yoga of Max’s Discontent.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/11/1943m 1s

Heidi Luerra: Fundamentals of Creative Entrepreneurship

In 2009, Heidi Luerra founded RAW – an international arts organization that provides artists with creative ways to showcase their art to their communities. Being a creative entrepreneur can feel extremely unnatural at times, and with there being such little education on the matter, often leaves creatives fumbling around in the dark wondering how to get paid for their work. Heidi is here to put it all into perspective.Heidi has written a fantastic book on this very topic, The Work of Art: A No-Nonsense Field Guide for Creative EntrepreneursTo find out more about Heidi, her work and her story, just visit www.HeidiLuerra.comArchitects of RealityImagine how your life would look if you could create a new reality, one filled with meaning, intention and purpose. The time is here. Tickets for The Architects of Reality conference in Nashville, 2020, are now on sale. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com and get your ticket today.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/11/1951m 15s

Ellen Winner: The Psychology of Creativity

Ellen Winner is a psychologist and professor at Boston college specializing in art psychology. This episode takes us into the depths of the psychology of art as Ellen uncovers the inner workings of our creative minds. Take a listen as we talk about music, paintings, skill, virtuosity and more.If you’d like to discover how art works, take a look at Ellen’s latest book: How Art Works: A Psychological ExplorationTo find out more about Ellen Winner or to get in touch, just visit www.EllenWinner.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/11/1954m 37s

Best of: Amy Blankson: The Future of Happiness

The question is no longer a matter of whether or not technology is good for us; it is now a matter of “What do we do with it?”. And there’s nobody in the world right now more suited to answer that question than Amy Blankson. Through technology, Blankson has been working on implementing positive psychology strategies in new and inventive ways. Take a listen to hear how she does that and how she views the new technology in our lives!Amy Blankson is the only person to be named a Point of Light by two Presidents (President Bush and President Clinton). She received a Presidential appointment to serve a five-year term on the Board of Directors of the Corporation for National Service and was one of the youngest delegates to the Presidents’ Summit for America’s Future. Amy received her BA from Harvard and MBA from Yale School of Management. In 2007, she co-founded GoodThink to bring the science of happiness to life for organizations and individuals. She is currently doing research in partnership with Google to determine how to make positive psychology strategies stick and create sustainable positive change. She serves as a Visioneer for the Xprize Foundation for Personal Health and was a featured professor in Oprah’s Happiness course. Amy is the author of two books: Ripple’s Effect and The Future of Happiness: 5 Modern Strategies to Balance Productivity and Well-being in the Digital Era.Listener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/11/1952m 49s

Donald Rattner: The Psychology of Designing Spaces for Creativity

Donald Rattner is an architect who implements scientific research into the design of buildings and spaces to optimize occupant creativity. From the size, to the color, to the shape and even down to the smell of a room, Donald has crafted the perfect recipe for a creative space that will inspire innovation and revitalize your mind. He joins us now to impart his profoundly helpful knowledge and inspire others to develop their own creative environments.Are you designing or renovating your own creative space? Do it the right way with Donald’s book, My Creative Space: How to Design Your Home to Stimulate Ideas and Spark InnovationDonald Rattner’s website can be found at www.DonaldRattner.comListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/11/1949m 3s

Alec Torelli: How to Develop a Tolerance for Risk

Alec Torelli is a professional poker player, keynote speaker and entrepreneur. He has won millions playing poker tournaments live and online and has been featured on ESPN, CBS Sports and many more. Alec is also passionate about coaching others on how to play poker like a professional. He has some extremely valuable insights to share with us on how to develop a tolerance for risk and turn high-risk situations in your favor.To find out more about Alec Torelli and discover his work, go to www.AlecTorelli.com or find him on socials as @AlecTorelliFor poker insights and strategy, check out www.consciouspoker.com on YouTube and on socials as @ConsciousPokerListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/11/1955m 38s

Best of: Will Storr: Why We’ve Become So Self-Obsessed and What It’s Doing to Us

Will Storr, an award-winning journalist and novelist, joins us for this episode of The Unmistakable Creative. In this discussion, Will takes us on an enlightening journey through the history of self. He paints an intriguing picture of how early human societies and the modern-day western world are hugely connected. Why have we become so self-obsessed and what is it doing to us? The irony is that we’d love to know and Will has an answer that will blow your mind.If you’d like to find out more about Will Storr, follow him on twitter @wstorr or visit his website at www.WillStorr.comIf you liked this episode, you’ll love Will Storr’s latest book: Selfie: How We Became So Self-Obsessed and What It’s Doing to UsListener TribeWe have our own private social network for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative podcast. You can meet other listeners, discuss episodes, and we even have the opportunity to run live Q&A’s. Just visit unmistakablecreative.com/tribe to sign up.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/11/191h 2m

Brant Pinvidic: Say Less to get More from Any Pitch or Presentation

Brant Pinvidic, Author, Film Director and TV Producer, joins us for this inspiring episode to teach us how to get the most from any pitch or presentation in under 3 minutes. We get to go through Brant’s impactful framework, step by step, of how to craft the perfect pitch for any business, product or service. Take notes, because after this episode, you’ll be able to give fantastic, concise presentations that wow your audience.To get a copy of Brant’s book go to www.3minuterule.comConnect with Brant at www.brantpinvidic.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/11/1957m 1s

Alecia Lawyer: The Importance of Taking an Entrepreneurial Approach to Your Art

Alecia Lawyer is the Founder, Artistic Director and Principal Oboe at Roco, a professional music ensemble with players across the US and Canada. Alecia joins us for this discussion to walk us through her inspiring journey of graduating from Julliard, owning a studio of 8 students to finally becoming the founder of a professional music ensemble.If you want to find out more about Alecia Lawyer and listen to music from Roco go to, at www.roco.org  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/11/1948m 17s

Behind the Scenes

Matt Monroe joins us as the host for this unique episode where he interviews Srini Rao to get a behind-the-scenes look at the Architects of Reality conference in Nashville, April 2020. It’s an unrepeatable event that the Unmistakable Creative team have meticulously put together which will show you how to change the way that you experience the world, and in that process, change your life. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com to get your ticket today. Matt Monroe joins us as the host for this unique episode where he interviews Srini Rao to get a behind-the-scenes look at the Architects of Reality conference in Nashville, April 2020. It’s an unrepeatable event that the Unmistakable Creative team have meticulously put together which will show you how to change the way that you experience the world, and in that process, change your life. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com to get your ticket today.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/11/1932m 39s

Allison Schrager: An Economist’s Guide to The Psychology of Risk

Allison Schrager, economist, journalist, and co-founder of a risk advisory firm, joins us for this episode. Playing it safe may be your forté, or maybe you like to put it all on the line. One thing’s for sure is that without risks, rewards are hard to come by. What you’ll get from this episode is a framework that will allow you to take risks regardless of your risk tolerance level.If you want to find out more about Allison Schrager or get in touch, visit her website at www.allisonschrager.comEnjoyed this episode? Be sure to check out Allison’s book, An Economist Walks into a Brothel  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/10/1947m 42s

Ryan Holiday: Why Stillness is the Key to a More Rewarding Life

Ryan Holiday, prolific author, marketer, entrepreneur and founder of Brass Check, joins us for this engaging episode to share some valuable insight and stoic wisdom from his most recent book, Stillness is The Key. We live in a busy world. Our lives are overflowing with information and stimuli, constantly fighting for our attention. In the midst of this, what does it look like to become still? Why is it something that everyone needs to learn and how does it lead to a more rewarding life?If you enjoyed this episode, you’ll love Ryan Holidays recent book, Stillness is The KeyTo find out more about Ryan Holiday and his work, visit his website at www.RyanHoliday.net Subscribe to the Daily Stoic email list at www.DailyStoic.com/email  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/10/191h 10m

The Life Changing Magic of Meeting in Person

According to happiness researchers, social support is one of the biggest determinants of our happiness. Yet, it’s slowly disappearing from our lives. The solution is simple: the life-changing magic of meeting in person. Architects of Reality Imagine how your life would look if you could create a new reality, filled with meaning, intention and purpose. The time is here. For the next 10 days, you will be hearing an episode everyday with one of our speakers for The Architects of Reality conference in 2020. Tickets are now on sale. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com and get your ticket today. According to happiness researchers, social support is one of the biggest determinants of our happiness. Yet, it’s slowly disappearing from our lives. The solution is simple: the life-changing magic of meeting in person. Architects of Reality Imagine how your life would look if you could create a new reality, filled with meaning, intention and purpose. The time is here. For the next 10 days, you will be hearing an episode everyday with one of our speakers for The Architects of Reality conference in 2020. Tickets are now on sale. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com and get your ticket today.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/10/199m 31s

The Architects of Reality: Srini Rao

Srini Rao, creator and host of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast, is the guest rather than the host for this episode! He discusses his latest book, Audience of One, and details why it’s important to pursue creative ventures for their own sake rather than only doing things so you can put them on a resume. He also discusses the importance of flow, mastering distraction, and much more. Architects of Reality Imagine how your life would look if you could create a new reality, filled with meaning, intention and purpose. The time is here. For the next 10 days, you will be hearing an episode everyday with one of our speakers for The Architects of Reality conference in 2020. Tickets are now on sale. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com and get your ticket today. Srini Rao, creator and host of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast, is the guest rather than the host for this episode! He discusses his latest book, Audience of One, and details why it’s important to pursue creative ventures for their own sake rather than only doing things so you can put them on a resume. He also discusses the importance of flow, mastering distraction, and much more. Architects of Reality Imagine how your life would look if you could create a new reality, filled with meaning, intention and purpose. The time is here. For the next 10 days, you will be hearing an episode everyday with one of our speakers for The Architects of Reality conference in 2020. Tickets are now on sale. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com and get your ticket today.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/10/191h 34m

The Architects of Reality: Philip McKernan

Philip McKernan returns to the show for yet another awe-inspiring discussion. In this episode, Philip talks about taking ownership of your struggles and of your suffering, what it means to speak your truth and how that frees you up to be the person you are destined to be, which ultimately allows us to love and be loved by others. Philip also shares how he went about writing a book with dyslexia, some of his insight into using our gifts to make an impact and much more.Philip McKernan is a speaker, film-maker, coach as well as author of his latest book One Last Talk To find out more about the book, go to www.OneLastTalk.com, and to find out more about Philip and his work, simply visit www.PhilipMcKernan.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/10/1954m 35s

The Architects of Reality: Brian Koehn – Part 2

In the second part of this compelling interview, Brian Koehn talks about the huge transformation he went through in his life that helped him become more comfortable and why you shouldn’t romanticize the person you used to be in order to create real change. He also discusses how he helps business owners increase their revenue in just 90 days. Take a listen! Brian Koehn is part of the Unmistakable Creative team. He’s the Chief Executive Instigator and also has a multi-faceted background. He sold his first company by age 19, earned his pilots license at age 21, consulted successful startups in branding and strategy, worked in IT at Hewlett Packard, and took part in learning and development at Sony Playstation. Architects of Reality Imagine how your life would look if you could create a new reality, filled with meaning, intention and purpose. The time is here. For the next 10 days, you will be hearing an episode everyday with one of our speakers for The Architects of Reality conference in 2020. Tickets are now on sale. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com and get your ticket today. In the second part of this compelling interview, Brian Koehn talks about the huge transformation he went through in his life that helped him become more comfortable and why you shouldn’t romanticize the person you used to be in order to create real change. He also discusses how he helps business owners increase their revenue in just 90 days. Take a listen! Brian Koehn is part of the Unmistakable Creative team. He’s the Chief Executive Instigator and also has a multi-faceted background. He sold his first company by age 19, earned his pilots license at age 21, consulted successful startups in branding and strategy, worked in IT at Hewlett Packard, and took part in learning and development at Sony Playstation. Architects of Reality Imagine how your life would look if you could create a new reality, filled with meaning, intention and purpose. The time is here. For the next 10 days, you will be hearing an episode everyday with one of our speakers for The Architects of Reality conference in 2020. Tickets are now on sale. Go to www.TheArchitectsofReality.com and get your ticket today.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/10/1939m 23s

The Architects of Reality: Brian Koehn – Part 1

After growing up in the Midwest as a skater, Brian Koehn learned at an early age not to just blindly trust the systems in place around him. Which is why years later when he found himself in the middle of a bad religious experience, he was completely blindsided. Listen to Brian’s story of reinventing himself and how speaking to 10,000 people helped him not only in business, but also as a person. Take a listen to our latest episode to start the journey of becoming a newer you!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/10/1949m 18s

The Architects of Reality: Nick Notas

Dating can be scary. For both men and women. But Nick Notas is here to help men realize that dating is more than just trying to form a physical connection, and sometimes their inability to form those deep, meaningful connections is because of some deep seated fear or lack of self-esteem. Nick is a relationship and confidence coach for men, and he understands the complexities of relationships and how and why some men have problems forming healthy ones.Nick Notas is a dating and confidence coach for men. He’s helped thousands of men conquer their fears, build genuine self-esteem, and develop charismatic social skills for the last 10 years.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/10/1958m 19s

The Architects of Reality: Daniel Levin

For this episode of the podcast, Daniel Levin, Connectivity Expert and Author, shares a captivating recount of the life-changing events that lead him to go on to write the book, The Mosaic, and become the person he is today. Throughout this discussion, Daniel talks about losing both his parents at a young age, choosing to walk away from H&R Block when he was just 16, as well as discovering the true power of connection, and much, much more.To find Daniel Levin’s book, The Mosaic, as well as more about him and his work, simply visit www.themosaiconline.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/10/1954m 19s

The Architects of Reality: Srini Pillay

Have you ever wondered how your brain functions when setting goals? How does it differentiate between the basic, more primal goals and the more complex goals we as humans can create? Srini Pillay is an expert in the “head and heart” approach to personal development, and he knows all about how the brain works and the tricks you can do to help set more attainable goals.Dr. Srini Pillay is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (Part-Time) at Harvard Medical School. He is known for combining “head and heart” (figuratively and literally) in an approach to personal development and goal mastery that blends science, spirituality, and horns-grabbing joie de vivre to combat the stresses faced by ambitious and high-achieving people in academia, business, and life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/10/1952m 53s

The Architects of Reality: Sasha Heinz

Sasha Heinz took inspiration from her time in athletics for her approach as a life coach in psychology. An actual coach in any sport doesn’t approach a player as someone who’s broken and needs to be fixed; they view them as a person who is whole and just needs to be taken from good to great. That’s the approach she takes to psychology. Hear her story, how she developed her approach and uses it now, and more.Sasha Heinz is a developmental psychologist, life coach, and founder of The Science of Unstuck.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/10/191h 0m

The Architects of Reality: Ishita Gupta – Part 2

It’s time for Part 2 of our inspiring conversation with Ishita Gupta. Ishita helped Seth Godin publish his book Linhchpin: Are You Indispensable?, as well as another 6 bestselling books at The Domino Project. She is now a writer and speaker who works with clients who are serious about living up to their potential. She joins us for this special 2 part episode of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast where she gives a beautiful anecdote of her newly found friendship with David, a homeless man from New York, as well as an inspiring look into the past and present of her work and how she got to where she is today.To find out more about Ishita Gupta and her work, visit her website at www.ishitagupta.com You’ll find Ishita on most platforms as Ishita Gupta, including Instagram  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/10/1948m 47s

The Architects of Reality: Ishita Gupta – Part 1

Ishita Gupta helped Seth Godin publish his book Linhchpin: Are You Indispensable?, as well as helped publish 6 bestselling books at The Domino Project. She is now a writer and speaker and works with clients who are serious about living up to their potential. She joins us for this special 2 part episode of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast, filled with wisdom and beautiful insights into building confidence and self-worth, living without fear and pursuing your dreams.To find out more about Ishita Gupta and her work, visit her website at www.ishitagupta.comYou’ll find Ishita on most platforms as Ishita Gupta, including Instagram  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/10/1952m 56s

The Architects of Reality: Sarah Peck

Sarah Peck is a writer, designer and entrepreneur whose life has been deeply influenced by swimming and writing. In this chat, we discuss the lessons she has learned during her journey of progressing from being a college swim team member to becoming a writer and open water swimmer, whose swims have included braving the treacherous waters of San Francisco bay to Alcatraz and back.If you’d like to find out more about Sarah Peck and her work, you can visit her website at www.SarahKPeck.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/10/191h 0m

Best of: Ben Weston: Dancing Your Way to Self-Confidence

You can find confidence in many ways, but for Ben Weston, dancing is one of the best ways to do so. Ben teaches men to dance with confidence and power at parties, clubs, and weddings. Dancing can be something foreign or terrifying to men, but not to Ben. He has a unique story about how he got here and became the dancer he is today.Ben Weston, the Men’s Dance Coach, helps men learn how to dance with confidence and power. And he’s on a mission to get the world dancing, one man at a time.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/10/1945m 57s

Julie Duffy: Your Story Needs to Be Heard

Julie Duffy is a writer and host of Story a Day, a creative writing course that happens each May where writers are challenged to write a story every day for a month. This episode is all about getting out of your comfort zone and giving yourself permission to suck, doing the work and finishing your projects even if you know they’re not the best. What you have to express and the story you have to share is completely, 100% unique and the world needs to hear it.To find out more about Story A Day, visit www.StoryADay.org and follow them on Twitter!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/09/1950m 43s

Best of: Michael Gervais: Human Performance in High Stakes Situations

What defines people in high stakes situations? What causes some people to perform seemingly above themselves when the risks are great? Michael Gervais has studied people and their reactions under high stakes situations, and he knows the answer. Conviction, clarity, and more are why some people are able to perform so well under pressure. Hear what he has to say and more about his life in this episode!Dr. Michael Gervais serves director of DISC’s High Performance Psychology. As a California licensed psychologist specializing in high performance, he works in the trenches of high-stakes environments, where there is no luxury for mistakes, hesitation, or failure to respond.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/09/1949m 59s

Andy Pizza: How to Make a Living from Your Creativity

Andy Pizza is an illustrator, podcaster and speaker. His colorful, exuberant illustrations have won the hearts of clients like YouTube, Amazon and The New York Times. Andy joins us with an encouraging and inspiring message that sheds light on the daunting journey of building a creative career. Whether you’re a creative hustling on the side or already getting busy at a full-time gig, this episode has been tailored just for you.Andy has a podcast which you can check out at www.CreativePepTalk.com Follow Andy on Instagram and check out his website at www.AndyJPizza.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/09/191h 2m

Charlie Gilkey: How to Go from Idea to Done

Charlie Gilkey is an author, speaker, coach, and former Army officer. He’s also the author of Start Finishing, a guide for creatives and leaders to start finishing what matters. He joins us on the show to give us an insight into the book and share more about some of the key methods he’s put together. Take a listen and learn how to thrive when navigating multiple projects, do your best work, and start finishing.To find out more about Charlie Gilkey, simply visit www.ProductiveFlourishing.comIf you’re interested in the book, Start Finishing: How to Go From Idea to Done, you can find it at www.StartFinishingBook.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/09/191h 31m

Best of: Jia Jiang: Lessons Learned from 100 Days of Rejection

How do you overcome a fear of rejection? By getting rejected over and over again and learning lessons from those experiences. Jia Jiang did just that, and he turned 100 days of rejection into a life-altering experience that culminated in a full blown movement. Hear his story and how rejection completely changed his life.Jia Jang came to the United States with the dream of being the next Bill Gates. But despite early success in the corporate world, his first attempt to pursue his entrepreneurial dream ended in rejection. Jia was crushed, and spiraled into a period of deep self doubt. But he realized that his fear of rejection was a bigger obstacle than any single rejection would ever be, and he needed to find a way to cope with being told no without letting it destroy him. Thus was born his “100 days of rejection” experiment, during which he willfully sought rejection on a daily basis–from requesting a lesson in sales from a car salesman (no) to asking a flight attendant if he could make an announcement on the loud speaker (yes) to his famous request to get Krispy Kreme doughnuts in the shape of Olympic rings.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/09/1942m 35s

Chase Jarvis: Claiming The Birthright of Your Creativity

Chase Jarvis is a photographer, director, artist and creative entrepreneur. Chase has a strong belief that everyone is creative by nature, that creativity is the source of all problem solving and the beginning of a successful life. All of us are born with an innate desire to create, but for many of us, that desire has been belittled throughout our lives. Join us for this episode to rekindle that desire and claim the birthright of your creativity.Chase Jarvis is the author of Creative Calling, found anywhere books are sold.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/09/191h 14m

Nir Eyal: Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life

Nir Eyal writes, consults, and teaches about the intersection of psychology, technology, and business. His most recent book, Indistractable, focuses on maximizing productivity by minimizing distraction. Nir aims to answer the question of why we don’t do the things we know we’re supposed to do. Join us for this discussion to gain insight into the world of distraction, addiction and intention.Nir writes a blog which you can find at www.NirandFar.comNir Eyal is the author of Hooked: How to Build Habit Forming Products as well as his most recent publication, Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/09/1959m 51s

Best of: Michael Ellsberg: Spending Now to Increase Your True Wealth Forever

It may seem counter-intuitive at first to spend money in order to increase your wealth and financial stability, but that’s just what Michael Ellsberg wants you to do. And he has plenty of reasons why that’s the case. He joins us to discuss education, not ignoring your “light bulb moments,” developing superskills to increase your earning, and much more!Michael Ellsberg is the author of “The Last Safe Investment: Spending Now to Increase Your True Wealth Forever,” and The Education of Millionaires: It’s Not What You Think, and It’s Not Too Late, both published by Penguin/Portfolio  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/09/1955m 56s

Natasha Scripture: An Exploration of Surrender, Culture and Love

Natasha Scripture is a humanitarian, feminist and author of Man Fast. Fasting is the act of taking an intentional abstinence from something that one desires in order to foster mental and spiritual well being. Take a listen to our discussion to find out how this dating detox took Natasha across four continents and ultimately led her to finding (and marrying) herself along the way.If you enjoyed this episode, visit Natasha’s website where you can find out more at www.NatashaScripture.comFollow Natasha on Twitter and Instagram  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/09/1959m 58s

Dave Kenney: Rewiring Your Brain for Optimal Performance

Dave Kenney is a brain-health expert and life coach, dedicated to helping others recover from depression and anxiety through brain-first therapy. At a young age, Dave was told that his brain couldn’t function normally. A few years later after working at a school, Dave became interested in working on the brain in order to help students get back on the path and alter their behaviors. Today, Dave is an expert in rewiring your brain and he joins us to tell us how it’s done.If you’re interested in what Dave is doing and would like to find out more, head over to wwww.EmergoRecovery.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/09/1956m 55s

David Frangioni: How to Build a Creative Career that Stands the Test of Time

David Frangioni began as a drummer for a cover band in his early youth before going on to become an engineer, producer and technologist hired by some of the worlds biggest stars. From changing clothes in the liquor storeroom between gigs as a teenager, to working with some of the greatest musicians we all know and love, David has pretty much seen it all. He joins us to have a discussion about what he’s learned from his career in the arts and how to build one that will stand the test of time.David’s website can be found at www.DavidJFrangioni.comDavid also has two companies, Audio One and All Access IDA, go check them out!    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/09/191h 27m

David Allen: The Art of Stress Free Productivity

David Allen is a productivity consultant and author of multiple books, best known for creating the time management technique, ‘Getting Things Done’. Our minds are our most useful tool when it comes to being productive, however we aren’t exactly experts in knowing how to use it. That’s why we are joined by David, an expert in productivity, as he dives into the way our minds handle tasks and decisions, as well as ultimately, how to crush the stress of being productive.If you want to find out more about David and his work, visit his website at www.GettingThingsDone.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/09/1950m 32s

Best of: Chris Guillebeau: Finding What You Were Born to Do

How do we discover what we were born to do with our lives? Chris Guillebeau is an entrepreneur who has discovered his true calling, and he knows the keys of how to find that perfect path. Through learning lessons from mistakes, dead ends, and failures, he’s honed that process and never quit along the way.Chris Guillebeau is a New York Times best selling author and a modern day explorer. His most recent book is Born for This. During a lifetime of self-employment that included a four-year commitment as a volunteer executive in West Africa, he visited every country in the world (193 in total) before his 35th birthday. Since then he has modeled the proven definition of an entrepreneur: “Someone who will work 24 hours a day for themselves to avoid working one hour a day for someone else.”  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/08/1952m 36s

Jennifer Taitz: The Science of Being Single and Happy

Dr. Jenny Taitz is a Cognitive Behavioral Therapist and author of How to be Single and Happy, a scientific approach at thriving in the single life. Jenny joins us for this episode to bring her knowledge onto the show to help us understand what it takes to be single and live a happy life, free of loneliness and longing. Whether you are single, dating or in a long term relationship, Jenny’s advice will be something that you can dig into and guide you on your journey of self discovery and pursuit of happiness.Go visit Jennifer’s website at www.DrJennyTaitz.com to learn more and get in touchJennifer Taitz is the author of How to be Single and Happy, find it on Amazon  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/08/191h 0m

Scott Young: How to Master Hard Skills and Learn Anything

Scott Young is a writer, programmer, traveler and an avid learner. After Scott heard about Benny Lewis and the way he could become fluent in a language in just 3 months, he became interested in extreme learning and began exploring it himself. He later went on to study one of MIT’s 4-year computer science degrees, relying solely on external material and without ever going to any MIT lectures. He passed the final exams. Scott joins us for this episode to impart his knowledge on ultra-learning.Visit Scott’s website at www.ScottHYoung.comScott Young is the author of Ultralearning which you can find at most book outlets including Amazon  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/08/191h 0m

Best of: Frank Ostaseski: A Glimpse Into Mortality

Frank Ostaseski has noticed that we as a society obsess about death. We spend a great deal of time trying to prepare for it and hope that we are “ready” for it when the time comes. But according to him, the best way to prepare for death is by living your life the best way you possibly can. Listen as Frank details how simply waiting on the dying of our loved one and ourselves makes us miss all the moments in between.Frank Ostaseski is a Buddhist teacher, international lecturer and a leading voice in contemplative end-of-life care. In 1987, he co-founded of the Zen Hospice Project, the first Buddhist hospice in America. In 2004, he created the Metta Institute to provide innovative educational programs and professional trainings that foster compassionate, mindfulness-based care. He’s also the author of The Five Invitations   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/08/1949m 16s

Jennifer Brown: How to be an Inclusive Leader

Jennifer Brown is an award-winning entrepreneur, speaker, diversity and inclusion consultant, and author. Jennifer joins us for this episode of the podcast to walk us through what it’s like for employees to work in a non-inclusive workplace as well as how people are becoming more and more aware the issue of inclusion. Take a listen to our discussion to find how you can lead all people, regardless of their sexuality, gender, color, class or religion, with absolute inclusion.Jennifer Brown is the author of How to be an Inclusive Leader which can be found on AmazonGo follow Jennifer now on Twitter and Instagram!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/08/191h 2m

Shaan Patel: How to Get the Most Out of Your Education

Shaan Patel is a Shark Tank Entrepreneur, CEO of Prep Expert and author of Self-Made Success. Shaan spent hundreds of hours studying for the SAT and managed to raise his score from average to perfect, placing himself among the top 0.02% of all high school students. After he closed a deal with Mark Cuban on Shark Tank, he went on to develop one of the nation’s largest test prep providers. He joins us today to share his wisdom on how we can get the most out of our education.If you’re interested or know somebody taking the SAT’s and the ACT’s, check out www.PrepExpert.com to check out their courses. Shaan Patel is the author of Self-Made Success which you can get on Amazon  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/08/1951m 44s

Best of: Ben Greenfield: Think Better and Live Longer

Everyone wants to perform better and optimize their life so they can live better and longer. Well, Ben Greenfield has figured out ways to do all that. Whether it’s via bio-feedback, “smart drugs,” or specialized breathing, he’s living a more enhanced life and working towards thinking better and living longer. He shares his experiences with us and tells how we can all improve our lives!Ben Greenfield graduated high school at 15 and began college at 16. He was a tennis player in college and spent four years studying anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, pharmaceuticals, microbiology, biochemistry and nutrition, eventually rising to the top of his class, completing an internship at Duke University and the National Football League, then graduating in 2004 at 20 years old as the top senior in his class at University of Idaho. He’s now the founder and CEO of Kion and author of the best-selling book Beyond Training.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/08/1951m 47s

Allie LeFevere: The Power of Using Humor to Build a Brand

Allie LeFevere is the CEO and co-founder of Obedient, a humorous branding and digital marketing agency that helps businesses and companies become unique and connect with their audience through laughter. Through laughter you say? Yes. You see, Allie’s method of marketing isn’t just funny. It’s scientific. Humor, along with fear and grief, triggers a release of adrenaline in your brain which helps create a lasting memory of the moment. Of the three, being funny seems the most likable. Join us for this discussion and get on board.Visit Allie Lefevere’s agency website at www.obedientagency.comFind Allie on Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/08/1952m 25s

Katie Patrick: How to Save the World – A Research Backed Approach

Katie Patrick is an environmental engineer and software designer dedicated to helping people use real scientific data to change the world. Instead of laying on the beach, brainstorming ideas on how we can stop global warming, Katie teaches us that there is in fact a better, more effective approach which is driven by research and behavior changing techniques that all of us can implement. We’ve all dreamed of a better world, it’s time to revive those dreams and act upon them. You can visit Katie’s website to access free downloads, find out more about her work and listen to her podcast at www.KatiePatrick.comKatie Patrick is the author of How To Save The World, which you can get your hands on at IndieGoGo or Amazon  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/08/1956m 28s

Best of: Warren Berger: Asking a More Beautiful Question

In this episode, author Warren Berger joins us to talk about the power of leveraging questions to drive innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship.An expert on design thinking and innovation, Warren Berger has studied hundreds of the world’s leading innovators, designers, education leaders, creative thinkers, and red-hot start-ups to analyze how they ask game-changing questions, solve problems, and create new possibilities. Warren believes that questioning leads to innovation, can help you be more successful in your career, and can spark change in our businesses and lives.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/08/1946m 33s

David Epstein: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World

David Epstein is the author of #1 New York Times bestseller, Range: Why Generalists Triumph in a Specialized World, which focuses on re-establishing the game-plan for achieving excellence. The broadly accepted belief is that this path is one of focus, deliberate practice and early specialization, however David shows us that there is a better way which flips this on it’s head. Join us to find out how among the detours, experimentation and variety of experiences, we can triumph.Find out more about David Epstein and his work at www.DavidEpstein.comFollow David on Twitter as @DavidEpstein  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/08/191h 1m

The Art of Growing Up with Jerry Colonna

In this episode of the podcast, we are joined by Jerry Colonna, the CEO and co-founder of Reboot. Jerry coaches CEO’s and their teams to realize the true reasons behind their work and the lives they’ve created. He believes that work can help us become whole, healthy adults. Our discussion kicks off with Jerry sharing a few intimate memories of his past as well as the life changing lessons he learned from them before culminating with a quick 1-on-1 coaching session on the art of growing up.Find out more about Jerry Colonna’s book, Reboot: Leadership and The Art of Growing Up, at www.RebootbyJerry.comJerry is the CEO of Reboot, an executive coaching and leadership development firm. Get connected with them at www.Reboot.io  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/08/1946m 55s

Best of: Finding Your Calling by Breaking All the Rules with Laura Belgray

Laura Belgray is the founder of Talking Shrimp, co-creator of The Copy Cure, and has written promos, launch campaigns, online content, full show episodes, and more in her career. She knows all about finding what fuels you and pursuing your passion. She knows that the feeling of inspiration itself isn’t everything; it’s what you do with that inspiration and how you move forward that matters.Laura Belgray is the founder of Talking Shrimp and co-creator of The Copy Cure. She’s won numerous awards and has worked with companies such as Bravo, NBC, HBO, TBS, Nick at Nite, Nickelodeon, TV Land, Nick Mom, VH1, The N, Sundance Channel, Ion, WE, Lifetime, Oxygen, the CW and USA.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/08/1958m 24s

How to Become an Agile Artist with Colin Egglesfield

Colin Egglesfield, actor and author, joins us for this episode of the Unmistakable Creative as we venture into finding out what it takes to become an agile artist. Find out how he found his ‘Hell Yes’ and pursued his dream of becoming an actor, as well as how we can tap into our inner creative selves and lean into the creative life that we’ve always dreamed of. Colin’s book, Agile Artist, is available right now Amazon.com You can find our more about Colin Egglesfield at website, www.colinegglesfield.com Sponsors The Architects of Reality is an in-person, 2-day event put together by chief creative instigator and host, Srini Rao. Over the course of 2 days, you will have the opportunity to connect, communicate and collaborate with some of your favorite Unmistakable guests. To get on the list, visit unmistakablecreative.com/reality Colin Egglesfield, actor and author, joins us for this episode of the Unmistakable Creative as we venture into finding out what it takes to become an agile artist. Find out how he found his ‘Hell Yes’ and pursued his dream of becoming an actor, as well as how we can tap into our inner creative selves and lean into the creative life that we’ve always dreamed of. Colin’s book, Agile Artist, is available right now Amazon.com You can find our more about Colin Egglesfield at website, www.colinegglesfield.com Sponsors The Architects of Reality is an in-person, 2-day event put together by chief creative instigator and host, Srini Rao. Over the course of 2 days, you will have the opportunity to connect, communicate and collaborate with some of your favorite Unmistakable guests. To get on the list, visit unmistakablecreative.com/reality  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/07/191h 16m

What it Takes to Build a Career in Media and Entertainment with John Brancaccio

John Brancaccio is a creator, Producer and CCO of the media agency, One Circle Media as well as Executive Producer of Park Bench Media, a media company that creates audio and visual content including websites and TV shows. John is a seasoned professional when it comes to building and maintaining a career in the media and entertainment industry. During our discussion, John uses what he has learned to help us understand how we can go about pursuing a creative career and how to be prepared for the obstacles along the way.Reach out to John Brancaccio and find out more about his work on LinkedIn at John Brancaccio | LinkedInYou can follow John on Instagram and Twitter as @JohnBrancaccio on both platforms.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/07/191h 2m

Best of: Coaching to Create Behavioral Change and Great Work with Michael Bungay Stanier

Michael Bungay Stanier is a Rhodes Scholar who founded the company Box of Crayons. His main objective in his career is to help companies and managers go from doing good work to great work, and he’s become extremely successful at doing just that. He shares with us his thoughts on how to do that, how to change behaviors for maximum performance, and more!Michael Bungay Stanier is the Senior Partner of Box of Crayons. His company is best known for their coaching programs that help time-crunched managers coach in 10 minutes or less. He’s written a number of books, the best known of which is Do More Great Work, created a series of short internet videos that have been seen by millions of people around the world, and organized the Great Work MBA, a virtual conference that had 10,000 registrants. He’s proudest of the book End Malaria, a collection of essays about Great Work from thought leaders that has raised $400,000 for Malaria No More.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/07/1957m 41s

The Link Between Attention, Elite Performance and Happiness with Cal Newport

Along with the many useful and constructive benefits of technology, we need to be mindful of the vices that come with it. Having access to a cyber-universe at our fingertips can be severely detrimental to our focus, squashing our productivity into a shadow of what it once was. The result? A weakened sense of well-being, accomplishment and purpose. Cal Newport, author of Digital Minimalism, joins us to explain the nature of this network and what we can do to avoid falling victim to the everlasting cycle of distraction.To find out more about Cal Newport and what he’s up to, visit his website at www.CalNewport.comCal is the author of multiple books including Digital Minimalism which you can get your hands on here.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/07/191h 19m

A Glimpse into the Future of Technology with Steven Kotler

In this inspiring episode of The Unmistakable Creative, we are joined by author, speaker and familiar guest, Steven Kotler. Steven talks about peak performance and introduces us to the topic of exponential growth as we prepare to take a dive into the unknown yet not-so-distant future of exponential technology. Join us for a glimpse into the future, where concepts like augmented reality, interactive VR and real-life Holodecks will become everyday commodities.Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author of multiple books including Last Tango in Cyberspace which you can get your hands on over at Amazon.comMore of what Steven’s about as well as a library of resources and content can be found on his website, www.StevenKotler.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/07/1945m 14s

Best of: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World with Cal Newport

“So even if you say “I’m not trying to do deep work now. I”m in line at the supermarket. I’m bored let me look at something.” That actually affects your deep work the next morning or the next day when you actually want to do it. There’s this whole notion of passive training where you basically are embracing boredom. You give your mind plenty of practice in actually resisting the urge for distraction, being bored, and being present. That actually has the same sort of ramifications on your ability to focus down the line, just like smoking having to do with cardio vascular fitness. If you’re smoking outside of your practice as a professional athlete, when you get to your actual game you’re going to struggle. If your attention is constantly shifting towards things that are novel and interesting, if you can’t tolerate boredom, it’s going to be hard when it becomes time for you to focus to actually do it.” – Cal NewportCal Newport is an Assistant Professor of Computer Science at Georgetown University, who specializes in the theory of distributed algorithms. He previously earned his Ph.D. from MIT in 2009 and graduated from Dartmouth College in 2004.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/07/1955m 58s

Building Entrepreneurial Ecosystems Throughout The Country with Anne Driscoll & Chris Schultz

The recent history of humanity has witnessed an explosive, exponential growth like we’ve never seen before: that of technology. It is one that has now begun to drastically reshape many aspects of modern living, one of which being the way we make our money. For this episode, we are joined by entrepreneurial advocates, Anne Driscoll and Chris Schultz as they share how they built the company Launch Pad, a community and workspace geared towards catalyzing the success of entrepreneurs.Go to www.LP.co to find out more about Launch Pad and how to get involved. Follow Launch Pad on Twitter @LaunchPadFollow Chris Schultz on Twitter @CSchultzFollow Anne Driscoll on Instagram @AED311  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/07/1953m 46s

Applied Empathy: The New Language of Leadership with Michael Ventura

Michael Ventura, author of Applied Empathy and CEO of Sub Rosa, joins us on the show to talk about empathy: what it means, why it plays a pivotal role in effective leadership and how to apply it. Michael offers a wealth of insight into why leaders of all levels need to truly understand people in order to connect with them and lead effectively. Whether you know it yet or not, you are a leader. Now all you need to do is apply empathy.Michael Ventura’s book, Applied Empathy, can be read up on at his website, as well as everything else you need to know, at www.AppliedEmpathy.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/07/1952m 1s

Best of: The Surprising Science of Water with Wallace Nichols

In one of our most fascinating interviews ever, Dr. Wallace Nichols explained to us the surprising science behind water and the human condition. Studies had been done on the effect music and stress had on the mind, but when Wallace went to search for research done on the effect water had on the mind, his results came up empty. So he decided to conduct his own research, and the results may surprise you! Take a listen and find out how water affects us all!Dr. Wallace “J.” Nichols, called “Keeper of the Sea” by GQ Magazine and “a visionary” by Outside Magazine is an innovative, silo-busting, entrepreneurial scientist, movement maker, renown marine biologist, voracious Earth and idea explorer, wild water advocate, bestselling author, sought after lecturer, and fun-loving Dad. He also likes turtles (a lot).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/07/1945m 28s

Giving a Voice to Those Who’ve Been Marginalized with Shawn Dove

There is no Calvary coming to save the day. We are the iconic leaders that we’re waiting for. Shawn Dove is the CEO of the Campaign for Black Male Achievement (CBMA) and he joins us for this episode of the podcast. As an only child raised by a single mother, Shawn has many impactful and astoundingly rich life lessons to share with our listeners. Tune in to our discussion and find out how he and the CBMA are taking a stand for better life outcomes of black men and boys.To get involved, become a member of the campaign at www.blackmaleachievement.orgShawn Dove can be contacted via his email, sdove@blackmaleachievement.orgFollow Shawn on Twitter as @DoveSoars, and Instagram as @shawn_dove  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/07/1956m 50s

Increasing Your Vitality by Accessing Your Spirituality with Niraj Naik

Niraj Naik began his career as a pharmacist where he was appalled by the nature of the pharmaceutical industry. He longed to help his patients with effective methods of treating their ailments at the source. The spirit. The word ‘spirit’ means breath, or to breathe, an emanation of life-force. Niraj was later diagnosed with Ulcerative Colitis and depression. He used an ancient breathing technique, pranayama, to heal himself without medication or surgery. He joins us now for this episode to impart his wisdom and to set you on your own spiritual journey to wellness.Visit www.somabreath.com/awaken to gain access to a free guided meditation webinar and find out more about Niraj and his work.You can find Niraj Naik’s blog at TheRenegadePharmacist.com, among many other resources, tools and supplements. Follow Niraj on Instagram @The_Renegade_Pharmacist  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/07/1955m 17s

Best of: The Art and Science of Love with Megan Poe

From her first ever heartbreak to finding love many times after, Megan Poe has had her fair share of experiences with love. Now she wants to share her passion for love and embrace both the art and science behind one of life’s most complex emotions. Listen to her story and how she views love, life, and relationships.Dr. Meg Poe, M.D. is a psychiatrist and interpersonal psychoanalyst. She wants to find out how do we each live, love, and work well, and she created and teaches the first curricular course on Love at NYU for undergraduates, an interdisciplinary class drawing from film, poetry, philosophy, art, psychology, and neuroscience.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/07/191h 15m

Funding Your Creativity with Your Day Job with Rick Coste

For this episode of the Unmistakable Creative, we are joined by Rick Coste, who may be one of our most prolific guests on the show to date. Rick is a writer and audio producer, best known for his work in audio drama. Rick has achieved a remarkable level of productivity in his daily life and is eager to share the secret to how, despite having a day job, he has maintained an unwavering desire to express and create.You can find out more about Rick Coste and his work at www.RickCoste.comRick is the producer behind many successful audio dramas including Behemoth, which can be found at www.modernaudiodrama.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/07/1950m 25s

Living an Artful Life with John Weiss

John Weiss is a former police chief who retired early to pursue a creative life. John believes it is possible for anyone to life an artful life, whether that means drawing cartoons on the notice board of the police department or painting landscapes in the studio. Beauty, creativity and art are vitally important to our health. Take a listen to find out what it means to be living an artful life.John is the author of Living an Artful Life – Inspirational Stories and Essays for the Artist in EveryoneTo find out more about John Weiss and his artful work, check out his website at www.JohnPWeiss.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/07/191h 0m

Best of: How to Live a Good Life with Jonathan Fields

Rather than approaching life and moments with the mindset of “I must succeed,” Jonathan Fields believes we should be searching for growth and learning in our experiences. He’s the creator of The Good Life Project, and he lists three main components of what it takes to lead a good life. Hear his story and how you can set out on that path in one of our greatest episodes!Jonathan Fields is an entrepreneur, host of The Good Life Project and the author of How to Live a Good Life.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/06/1949m 4s

A Deep Exploration of Our Most Important Human Needs with Tui Fleming

Tui Fleming is a coach, author and speaker who is all about living life to the fullest. We get to have a wholesome discussion that explores some of the most pivotal moments and experiences of Tui’s life as well as take deeper look into how these lessons have lead her to become the woman she is today. If you don’t feel like you’re fully connected with who you are, then you’ll want to take a listen to this podcast. It’s time to learn the art of Self.Follow Tui on Instagram @tuifleming Tui has recorded a 10-minute, mindful meditation specifically for listeners of the Unmistakable Creative. To take a listen, visit www.TuiFleming.com/unmistakableTui Fleming’s website can be found at www.TuiFleming.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/06/1950m 26s

How to Stress Less and Accomplish More with Emily Fletcher

Have you ever had those days where stress and anxiety are weighing you down? Meditation is humanities number 1 tool for dealing with stress. The issue is, most of us lack the knowledge and training to do it effectively. We need guidance. Emily Fletcher is the founder of Ziva Meditation and author of Stress Less, Accomplish More. Take a listen to find out how to go from being full of need and seeking fulfillment, to instead, being fulfilled and looking for need.How to Stress Less and Accomplish More With Emily Fletcher | Convert audio-to-text with SonixFind out more about Emily’s book, Stress Less, Accomplish More.Go check out Ziva Meditation and get on board at zivameditation.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/06/1950m 20s

Best of: Redefining What it Means to be a Man with Brett McKay

To Brett McKay, the definition of “what it means to be a man” has taken a turn for the worst and is now a caricature of what it was just seven or eight decades ago. During a visit to his local bookstore, he was frustrated by the quality of the men’s magazines they had for sale which inspired him to start The Art of Manliness. Hear what he thinks makes a “real man” and why he wants to change the definition.Brett McKay is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Art of Manliness and author of The Illustrated Art of Manliness: The Essential How-To Guide  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/06/1947m 41s

Transforming Body Image Through Photography with Kinzie Ferguson

Kinzie Ferguson is an empowerment photographer dedicated to transforming body image in the women and femme community through capturing raw beauty and allowing her models to be comfortable in their own skin. Society has placed daunting expectations on body image and set unrealistic standards for what ‘beautiful’ means. We get to redefine that. Kinzie has a message that will leave you feeling empowered and ready to love yourself.Follow Kinzie on Instagram – @empowermentphotographerLearn more about Kinzie’s work and get involved at www.empowermentphotographer.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
19/06/1944m 4s

The Power of Optimizing Your Life for Enough with Manisha Thakor

In a world drowning in financial debt, it’s becoming difficult for us to manage our spending and our time at work. Manisha Thakor has the solution. Manisha shares her financial wisdom to help us take control of our relationship with money and build a life around our deepest values. In this episode, she talks about joy-based spending, her masterful techniques to paying off credit debt and much more. The question is, how much is enough from a standpoint of happiness?Visit Manisha’s website at www.moneyzen.comTake a listen to the true WELLth podcast, hosted by Manisha Thakor  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/06/1956m 31s

Best of: Ego is The Enemy with Ryan Holiday

How do you separate your work and the effort you put into that work from the results that come after it, especially when those results aren’t dependent on the work you did? Focusing exclusively on results as a means of satisfaction with yourself isn’t good for your happiness or ego, and Ryan Holiday joins us to discuss that, writing, and much more.Ryan Holiday is a strategist and writer. He dropped out of college at age nineteen to apprentice under Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws of Power, and later served as the director of marketing for American Apparel. He’s the author of 4 books including his latest, Ego is the Enemy  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/06/1950m 8s

Living a Life of Hope, Faith and Love with TK Coleman

In this episode, we are joined by author and entrepreneur, TK Coleman who is the education director at Praxis, a professional bootcamp and startup apprenticeship. We get to discuss the many empowering beliefs that Coleman has learned and implemented on his own journey to where he is today. His message has the potential to help you create your own future, contribute to the world you want to live in and become the best, most unique version of yourself that you can be.Visit DiscoverPraxis.com to find out more about what TK is doing and gain access to blogs, podcasts and much more. Find out more about the Foundation for Economic Education at FEE.orgFollow TK Coleman on Twitter at @TK_Coleman  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/06/1948m 9s

The Power of Patience in a World Obsessed with Early Achievement with Rich Kalgaard

Rich Kalgaard is a journalist, author, entrepreneur and speaker and he joins us for this episode to share his powerful message with us. In 10 years, Rich went from being a security guard to reporting directly to Steve Forbes. He has used years of research, personal experience as well as interviews with neuroscientists and psychologists to reveal how and when we achieve our full potential – and why today’s focus on early success is so misguided, and even harmful. To find out more about Rich and his work, visit www.richkarlgaard.comRich’s latest book, Late Bloomers, can be bought on Amazon and many other outlets.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/06/191h 6m

Best of: Unconventional Wisdom on Habits and Happiness with Gretchen Rubin

In this episode of Unmistakable Creative, author of the The Happiness Project, and Better than Before joins us to share unconventional wisdom on habits and happiness.Gretchen Rubin is the author of several books, including the blockbuster New York Times bestsellers, Better Than Before, The Happiness Project and Happier at Home. She has an enormous readership, both in print and online, and her books have sold more than two million copies worldwide, in more than thirty languages.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/06/1947m 19s

A Radically Honest Exploration of Anxiety, Creativity, and Adulthood with Amanda Stern

Our whole lives we are taught how to act, how to speak, how to dress, yet we’re never taught how to accept who we are. Amanda Stern is the author of Little Panic and she brings a message to share with us for this episode. Amanda’s always felt different. Something to which many of us can relate. Now, she leaves it all on the table. Take a listen to find out how she overcame her inner doubts, wrestled with anxiety and rose a victor.Visit www.AmandaStern.com to find out more about Amanda’s work and her blog.Amanda’s book, Little Panic, is out right now. Go to IndieBound.com and pick a store!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/06/1952m 32s

Dangerous Ideas on the Business of Life with James Victore

James Victore is an author, artist and designer who joins us for this episode of the podcast. He challenges us to be brave, to jump headfirst out of our comfort zones and into our freedom-filled, creative lives. During our discussion, James destroys many misconceptions surrounding a few concepts like creativity, work and even our ever so malleable reality. We also get to hear his standpoint on a few topics like education and spirituality. This one is jam-packed with knowledge that gets straight to the point.Take a look at his latest book, Feck Perfuction, which you can get on Amazon or anywhere that books are sold.Follow James on Instagram as @jamesvictore and visit his website at www.jamesvictore.comJames has a podcast at www.patreon.com/jamesvictore  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/06/1956m 54s

The Corner Office: The Place Where Anything Can Happen

Ishita Gupta tells the captivating story of how a simple act of kindness toward a stranger, the gift of a donut, ultimately lead the two unlikely comrades to become an influential duo of non-profit, street-corner therapists.   If you enjoyed this sneak preview of our unmistakable animation series, head over to our brand new YouTube channel at unmistakablecreative.com/animate   Ishita Gupta tells the captivating story of how a simple act of kindness toward a stranger, the gift of a donut, ultimately lead the two unlikely comrades to become an influential duo of non-profit, street-corner therapists.   If you enjoyed this sneak preview of our unmistakable animation series, head over to our brand new YouTube channel at unmistakablecreative.com/animate    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
31/05/196m 5s

A No BS Approach to Creative Careers with Jeff Leisawitz

In this episode we are joined by creativity champion, Jeff Leisawitz. Jeff is an award winning musician, filmmaker, writer, college professor, counselor and life coach. He joins us for this episode to share his message on no BS creativity: diving into your inner creative self and releasing what ever you find by any means necessary in order to be seen, expressed and healed. No matter who you are, you’ll love this episode.Visit Jeff’s website to gain access to free chapters of his book, Not F*ing Around, as well as 1-on-1 coaching and tips – www.jeffleisawitz.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/05/1949m 54s

How to Transform Information Into Knowledge and Wisdom with Jared Horvath

Ever wondered about the nature of memories? How do they form? What makes some things memorable and others so easy to forget? Dr. Jared Horvath is a renowned cognitive neuroscientist and author of his latest book, Stop Talking, Start Influencing. In this episode we get to discuss education and methods of learning, what makes for an effective learning process as well as exactly how to turn information into lasting knowledge and wisdom.If you found this interesting, you’ll love Jared’s book, Stop Talking, Start Influencing: 12 Insights From Brain Science to Make Your Message StickGo visit Jared Horvath’s website at www.lmeglobal.net  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/05/191h 12m

Best of: How To Kill Email Anxiety and Get Real Work Done with Jocelyn Glei

Has your inbox taken over your life? Does just thinking about checking your email give you incredible anxiety? Do you find yourself checking your email over and over again to the point where it’s keeping you from accomplishing your actual tasks? Then Jocelyn Glei is here to help. She joins us to discuss how to take back control of your inbox and how to get real work done.Jocelyn K. Glei is a writer who’s obsessed with work, careers,and creativity. She is the author of 4 books, including Unsubscribe: How to Kill Email Anxiety, Avoid Distractions, and Get Real Work Done.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/05/1945m 2s

Scott Galloway | The Algebra of Happiness and a Dose of Reality

Scott Galloway joins us for yet another remarkable discussion on the Unmistakable Creative podcast. Scott is a clinical professor of marketing at the NYU Stern School of Business, author, public speaker and entrepreneur. He has an extremely unique take on Happiness that spells the formula for a life well lived. His message brings a clear vision and direction for those who are ready to begin the journey. Take a look at Scott Galloway’s book if you found this interesting, The Algebra of Happiness: Notes on the Pursuit of Success, Love, and MeaningVisit Scott’s website to subscribe to his monthly newsletter, No Mercy / No Malice, at www.ProfGalloway.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/05/1955m 12s

Exploring the Future of Our Humanity with Douglas Rushkoff

In this episode of the Unmistakable Creative podcast, we get to sit down with Douglas Rushkoff, a writer and media theorist, to discuss the current times as well as take a deep dive into the future of Humanity. What awaits our current and upcoming generations in the not-so-distant future? Does our present state of affairs point towards a hopeful and sustainable world or does it forebode the coming of a much more challenging one? With the likelihood of the latter, what can we do to prepare?If you’d like to find out more about Douglas Rushkoff’s work, his book, Team Human, and his podcast, then visit www.TeamHuman.fm  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/05/1954m 51s

Aging, Mortality and Human Contact

In this one of a kind episode, The Unmistakable Creative podcast airs without a guest speaker. Yes, you read that right. Srini takes the mic for this one to share something that’s been on his mind. The Architects of Reality is an in-person, 2-day event put together by chief creative instigator and host, Srini Rao. Over the course of 2 days, you will have the opportunity to connect, communicate and collaborate with some of your favorite Unmistakable guests. To get on the list, visit unmistakablecreative.com/reality In this one of a kind episode, The Unmistakable Creative podcast airs without a guest speaker. Yes, you read that right. Srini takes the mic for this one to share something that’s been on his mind. The Architects of Reality is an in-person, 2-day event put together by chief creative instigator and host, Srini Rao. Over the course of 2 days, you will have the opportunity to connect, communicate and collaborate with some of your favorite Unmistakable guests. To get on the list, visit unmistakablecreative.com/reality  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/05/194m 23s

How to Make Better Decisions by Thinking in Bets with Annie Duke

Annie Duke is an author and professional poker player. She joins us for this episode of the podcast to share her wisdom on making good decisions. We typically assume that decision making is something we will only get better at through trial, error, and often just pure luck. Annie shares a plethora of tips and strategies that we can implement and practice in our lives by simply thinking in bets. What she has to share holds the potential to greatly improve our understanding and ability to navigate decision making in a constructive and healthy way. The good decisions start now, take a listen.Visit Annie’s website www.AnnieDuke.com to find her book, Thinking In Bets, or get in touch with her. Annie Duke has founded a youth-focused non-profit organisation, found at www.HowIDecide.org.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/05/191h 5m

What It Takes to Make People Care About Your Work with Margo Aaron

This episode quickly becomes one for the books as Margo Aaron, former psychological researcher turned author, helps us connect the dots between psychology and marketing. What does it take to be desirable? How do we find a balance between wanting to be liked and staying true to what we stand for, even if that means that some people will hate us? Margo opens the doors to a captivating conversation that you don’t want to miss.Check out Margo Aaron’s work and catch up with her on her website at www.thatseemsimportant.comYou can find her on Twitter and Instagram as @MargoAaron  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/05/191h 6m

Best of: The Making of MacGyver With Lee Zlotoff

In this episode of the podcast we speak with MacGyver creator Lee Zlotoff about the making of his hit TV show which has remained on the air across the world for 30 years, and using what he calls the MacGyver method to engage the enormous capabilities of your subconscious mind to bear on effective problem solving.Lee David Zlotoff is an award-winning writer, producer and director of film and television. Among his more than one hundred hours of film and television credits, he was the creator/writer of the hit series “MacGyver” as well as the writer/director of the indie hit film “Spitfire Grill” which won the coveted Audience Award at the Sundance film festival, and which has also gone on to become a successful musical.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/05/1956m 41s

Physical Fitness as a Path to Spirituality with Sanjay Rawal

Sanjay Rawal is a documentary filmmaker who recently released the film 3100: Run and Become. He joins us for this enlightening episode to discuss the relationship that one can find between physical fitness and spirituality. Sanjay tells us how the Bushman of the Kalahari see their ability to run as an integral part of their spirituality and connection to mother earth. He also talks about his own spiritual journey, the cultural impact of fitness, the adverse effects of fame and much more.Sanjay Rawal’s film 3100: Run and Become can be found on iTunes, Amazon and Google Play Follow the film on Instagram @3100film and Sanjay @MrSanjayR  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/05/191h 1m

From Life in Prison to a Life of Meaning and Purpose with Chris Wilson

Chris Wilson was sentenced to life in prison at the age of 17. During his time in prison, Chris made the courageous decision to turn his life around and then to help other people do the same. Within the confinements of his prison cell, he wrote a master plan. Behind bars, Chris became fluent in multiple languages, fostered good relationships and even started a successful business. Join our discussion to hear about the impact he had on the prison community, his mindset that helped him in achieving his goal, as well as how, in-spite of a life sentence, he built a life of meaning and purpose.If you’re interested in Chris Wilson’s work, you can find his latest book, The Master Plan, and more at www.ChrisWilson.bizCatch up with Chris on Twitter @ChrisWilsonBalt and on Instagram @ChrisWilsonBaltimore  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/05/1952m 28s

Best of: Redemption and Reinvention After a Life Sentence with Andy Dixon Pt. 2

In the conclusion to one of our most fascinating interviews we’ve had, Andy Dixon tells us his transformation story. Andy Dixon’s life has been anything but conventional. Born into a life of crime, he grew up imprinted with the notion that violence translated to love. In this amazing story, Andy talks about a journey of redemption and reinvention after a life sentence. Listen to Part Two now!Andy Dixon spent 27 years in Tennessee prisons, and has since committed himself to altering the generational conviction cycle, particularly with America’s youth. Through an open dialogue and open heart, he has changed the lives of hundreds, facilitating rehabilitation and hope rather than continued violence and sigma.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/05/191h 15m

The Illusions of Control and Balance with Emily Garnett

Emily Garnett is a lawyer, wife and mother diagnosed with stage IV breast cancer. Emily joins us for this episode with a wonderful story to share and a message for all of us. She gives us a grounded look at the experience of being diagnosed with cancer at age 32 along with the lessons she’s learned along the way. You’ll hear about how she navigates this new life of being diagnosed as she unmasks the illusions of control and balance and much more.Visit Emily’s website where you’ll find her blog and much more – www.EmilyRGarnett.comEmily has a podcast called The Intersection of Cancer and Life, go check it out!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/05/1956m 26s

Exploring the Intersections of Race, Culture and Class with Desiree Adaway

This is a touching yet powerful episode in which Desiree Adaway dares to venture into the intersections of race, culture and class with the intention of finding a means of liberation. Desiree is the principle of The Adaway Group, a consulting firm that works with multi-racial teams. During our discussion, she shares a strong perspective on equality and talks about how racism, sexism and systematic supremacy have affected not only her life but millions of others around the world.You’ll Desiree and The Adaway Group at desireeadaway.comYou can also find her on all social media platforms at the handle @DesireeAdaway  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/04/1955m 30s

Best of: Redemption and Reinvention After a Life Sentence with Andy Dixon Pt. 1

In one of our most fascinating interviews we’ve had, Andy Dixon tells us his transformation story. Andy Dixon’s life has been anything but conventional. Born into a life of crime, he grew up imprinted with the notion that violence translated to love. In this amazing story, Andy talks about a journey of redemption and reinvention after a life sentence. Listen to Part One now!Andy Dixon spent 27 years in Tennessee prisons, and has since committed himself to altering the generational conviction cycle, particularly with America’s youth. Through an open dialogue and open heart, he has changed the lives of hundreds, facilitating rehabilitation and hope rather than continued violence and sigma.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
26/04/191h 9m

How to Ignore Everybody and Carve Your Own Path with Laura Gassner Otting

Ever felt like you’re being hounded by people’s expectations of you? This is something we all go through. Laura Gassner Otting is a Keynote speaker and author of her latest book, Limitless. In this episode, Laura shares a message of breaking free from being stuck in pursing an idea of success that was created for us, by someone else. We can spend our lives chasing an idea of success but will we ever find our own success story? Take a listen to find out how to ignore everybody and do just that.You can find Laura on all social media platforms as @HeyLGO.Visit www.heylgo.com to find out more about Laura and her work.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
24/04/1953m 37s

Your Body Has Answers Your Mind is Searching For with Abigail Clarke

In this episode, Abigail Rose Clarke teaches us that listening to your body to gain self-awareness and wisdom is the key to finding out what you want why you want it. Abigail shares on how being in a relationship with your body as opposed to dominating it is our natural form of being. Our bodies are having a conversation with us, we need to learn how to listen.You can connect and work with Abigail at AbigailRoseClarke.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/04/1955m 21s

The Book that will Change Your Life

Join us for this one of a kind of episode with Matt Cooke as he flips the mic around to our host, Srini Rao. We get to hear from Srini some of what went into writing the book that sparked the Unmistakable Creative Podcast and changed his life. Matt and Srini have the desire to help other people, like you, to find the book within them that will change their life. They’ve put their heads together and have decided to host a Writer’s Retreat. You’ll get to hang out with them, see how they think and most importantly, leave with the tools you need to put what’s inside on paper. If you’d like to write a book but don’t feel fully equipped, head over to unmistakable.com/author to sign up.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/04/1923m 51s

The Pillars of Clarity and Purpose with Dolores Hirschmann

Dolores Hirschmann is an author, coach and TEDx Organiser from Masters in Clarity. In this inspiring episode, we get to discuss the pillars of finding your purpose and reaching clarity in your life. Dolores has a message that applies to each and every one of us. Listen closely as she imparts her wisdom and sheds light into your life, it’s guaranteed that you will walk away with something valuable.Reach out to Dolores Hirschmann at www.mastersinclarity.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/04/1944m 12s

The Universal Laws of Success with Albert-Laszlo Barabasi

In this incredibly interesting episode, we get to chat with Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, a Physicist and Data Scientist in Network Theory. Why does hard work not always measure up to success? We out-perform expectations to go the extra mile but somehow always finish a mile short of where we want to be. For too long the link between performance and success has remained a mystery. Now, Albert has used raw data and historic case studies to uncover the unspoken rules behind success so that we can leverage them to our advantage. This is definitely an episode you’ll want to revisit.To find out more about Albert-Laszlo Barabasi and his work, you can easily find him on Google or visit www.Barabasi.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/04/191h 7m

Best of: Accepting The Transparent Reality of Your Core Identity with Wesley Chapman

In this episode of the Unmistakable Creative Wesley Chapman shares his personal story of 12 documented suicide attempts, and the tremendous power of accepting the transparent reality of our core identities.Wesley Chapman is the co-founder of a non-profit called A Human Project, where his mission is to create a community of empowered youth, while preventing teens from self harm and suicide.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/04/191h 16m

Taking off The Masks We Wear with Nick & Katherine North

For this unique episode, we get to sit down with two Unmistakable guests, Nick and Katherine North. Nick is a trans-man married to Katherine, a fierce feminist who have both had their fair share of wearing different masks throughout their lives. Everybody wears a mask at some point in their life. For most of us, that’s everyday. From as small as putting on a fake smile to as daunting as hiding your true identity from the world, every mask we wear is an attempt to keep ourselves safe. It’s time to be courageous. It’s time to take them off.Connect and find out more about Nick at NickNorth.co and Katherine at DeclareDominion.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/04/1949m 46s

Playing for Real in the Game of Life with David Wood

This episode is an inspiring and heart-filled discussion with David Wood, a life coach and CEO at Play For Real, about finding your true purpose and place in life. David talks about the concept of playing the game of life, unapologetically and wholeheartedly. He explains that losing at a game doesn’t need to spoil the fun or even worse, prevent you from playing. Our discussion makes for a captivating episode as David shares some valuable stories, many profound lessons and much more.Visit playforreal.life to take a 1-minute reality check. If you find a large gap between where you are and where you want to be, maybe David Wood can help you out.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/04/1959m 51s

Best of: Living a Life of Intention, Meaning and Purpose with AJ Leon

You should never stop asking for what you want. That’s one of the many things that AJ Leon believes helps you live a life of intention, meaning, and purpose. He tells his story about evacuating a life plan after it had gone horribly wrong, speaks about starting his company, the influence of Shakespeare in his life, and much more.AJ Leon is the founder of Misfit Inc, and the author of The Life and Times of a Remarkable Misfit. You can follow him on twitter as @aljeon  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
05/04/191h 10m

The Power of Surrender, Gratitude, and Intention with Tim Shields

When navigating the twists and turns of life, there are 3 important things that we tend to forget to do along the way. This leaves us frustrated, unguided and disappointed… maybe without even knowing why. Tim Shields is a writer and he joins for this episode of the podcast to discuss the power of surrendering to life, being grateful for what you have and being intentional with the way you spend your time. So don’t waste this time, listen to what Tim has to share, it’s empowering.Connect with Tim Shields or find out more about his book at www.acuriousyear.comGo to Amazon to get a copy of Tim’s latest book, A Curious Year in the Great Vivarium Experiment  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
03/04/1953m 31s

Preserving and Developing Organizational and Individual Culture with Darren Virassammy

Darren Virassammy is the Chief Operating Officer at 34 Strong, a team of Organizational Consultants who help other companies become a great place to work. Darren is a leader and a visionary. He joins us for this episode of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast to share a message that can help you re-shape the workplace or even transform your life. He explains how we can get on track and take ownership of our own zone of genius while giving others the opportunity to do the same.You can connect and work with Darren Virassammy and 34 Strong at www.34strong.comTo find out more about Darren and his work, check him out on Linkedin at www.linkedin.com/in/strengthsfinder  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/04/1956m 29s

Best of: The DNA of a Storyteller with Robert Kurson

Robert Kurson shares his journey from being an F-student in high school, to a desperately unhappy Harvard educated Lawyer and eventual New York Times Bestselling Author.You can find out more about Robert and his work at www.RobertKurson.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
29/03/1950m 52s

You Don’t Have to Change The World to be of Value with Rahaf Harfoush

Rahaf Harfoush is a Strategist, Digital Anthropologist and Author who has a powerful message to share in this episode of the Podcast. In a world where we are taught that attention is a measure of success and that our success determines our worth, the true value of self has become distorted. Take a listen to our discussion, it might just be exactly what you’re needing to hear.To find out more about Rahaf’s latest book, Hustle and Float, head on over to HustleandFloat.comYou can connect with Rahaf on any social media platform as @RahafHarfoush  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/03/1954m 52s

Preserving History and Humanity with Graffiti with David Speed

David Speed has been a graffiti artist since he was 18 and is now doing it professionally with his company, Graffiti Life. Take a listen for an extraordinarily grounded look into the world of graffiti. From the high-octane, train yard cop chases to the ethical, professional industry of the art form, David has seen it all. The stories as well as the message he has to share are both captivating and inspiring. Don’t miss out.David Speed has a podcast that recently made it to no. 1 on the iTunes business podcast chart called Creative RebelsYou can connect with David on social media using @DavidSpeedUKYou can also find his company on social media as @Graffiti_Life  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/03/1956m 15s

Best of: Andrew Yang’s 2020 Presidential Campaign

How does an entrepreneur go from starting a business to wanting to run for president? Andrew Yang discusses the journey his life has taken from “scrappy entrepreneur-type” to a 2020 presidential candidate. He talks about what sparked his interest in running for office, the growing student loan debt, the shifting technological and economical policies, and much more. Andrew Yang is an American entrepreneur, the founder of Venture for America, and is a 2020 presidential candidate for the Democratic party. You can interact with him and follow him on Twitter @AndrewYangVFA Check out this hilarious video of Andrew Yang on The Daily Show – Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang’s Campaign for Universal Basic Income | The Daily Show The Architects of Reality is an in-person, 2-day event put together by chief creative instigator and host, Srini Rao. Over the course of 2 days, you will have the opportunity to connect, communicate and collaborate with some of your favorite Unmistakable guests. To get on the list, visit unmistakablecreative.com/reality How does an entrepreneur go from starting a business to wanting to run for president? Andrew Yang discusses the journey his life has taken from “scrappy entrepreneur-type” to a 2020 presidential candidate. He talks about what sparked his interest in running for office, the growing student loan debt, the shifting technological and economical policies, and much more. Andrew Yang is an American entrepreneur, the founder of Venture for America, and is a 2020 presidential candidate for the Democratic party. You can interact with him and follow him on Twitter @AndrewYangVFA Check out this hilarious video of Andrew Yang on The Daily Show – Democratic Presidential Candidate Andrew Yang’s Campaign for Universal Basic Income | The Daily Show The Architects of Reality is an in-person, 2-day event put together by chief creative instigator and host, Srini Rao. Over the course of 2 days, you will have the opportunity to connect, communicate and collaborate with some of your favorite Unmistakable guests. To get on the list, visit unmistakablecreative.com/reality  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/03/1952m 51s

Life Changing Strategies to Improve Executive Functioning with Lara Honos-Webb

Sometimes taking control of your own brain can be a lot easier said than done. Lara Honos-Webb is a clinical psychologist and author of 6 books relating to ADHD. During our discussion, Lara shares some fantastic insight into dealing with negative thoughts, managing attention and distraction and ultimately improving executive functioning to become the boss of your brain.To find out more about Lara Honos-Webb, visit ADDisagift.comLara has 6 books on Amazon, the latest one being Brain Hacks. Go check it out!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/03/1940m 17s

The Optimism to Challenge Industry Behemoths with Anthony Duncan

In this episode of the Unmistakable Creative, we get to sit down with the co-founder of The Mad Optimist soap company, Anthony Duncan. Anthony lived with his two friends in college when the three of them decided to figure out how to make their own soap. What started out as a fun experiment soon turned into a business model that is now aptly known as The Mad Optimist. Take a listen to find out how 3 college friends making soap for fun went on to start a successful business in the face of industry behemoths.To find out more about Anthony Duncan and The Mad Optimist, visit www.TheMadOptimist.comYou can also follow them on Facebook and Instagram as @TheMadOptimist  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/03/1942m 11s

Best of: The Moment When Everything Starts With Sarah Peck

Sarah Peck is a writer, designer and entrepreneur whose life has been deeply influenced by swimming and writing. In this chat, we discuss the lessons she has learned during her journey of progressing from being a college swim team member to becoming a writer and open water swimmer, whose swims have included braving the treacherous waters of San Franciscobay to Alcatraz and back.If you’d like to find out more about Sarah Peck and her work, you can visit her website at SarahKPeck.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/03/1959m 21s

Navigating The Geography of Life as a Filmmaker with Zeke Zelker

Zeke Zelker is a creative entrepreneur and filmmaker who recently finished producing the feature film, Billboard. Zeke started out working in an amusement park, founded by his grandfather. He then began his career in filmmaking and refinanced his Jeep to produce his first film. Now, Zeke has been producing films for over 20 years and is the founder of the production company, iDreamMachine. In this episode we get to hear about his journey and his present-day work, as well as gain perspective on how he has navigated the geography of life without losing himself along the way.Zeke has a blog where he shares his knowledge, experiences, and passions. You can find it by visiting zekezelker.comHis company website can be found at idreammachine.comYou can also find the company on all social media platforms as iDreamMachine  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/03/1953m 47s

A Contrarian Approach to High Growth Startups with Patrick Campbell

Patrick Campbell, a former strategist at Google, now co-founder and CEO of ProfitWell, joins us for this episode of The Unmistakable Creative Podcast. Patrick’s life, which has had a unique upward trajectory, carries an inspiring message of staying true to one’s self and having the courage to choose your own path. Discover the how and why behind Patrick’s decision to pursue his ambitions despite what others expected of him as well as the great and many things he has accomplished along the way.You can find out more about Patrick Campbell and connect with him on LinkedInFollow Patrick on Twitter @Patticus If you’re interested in ProfitWell (formerly Price Intelligently) and would like to find out more, simply visit www.profitwell.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/03/1948m 27s

Best of: Confessions of a Bank Robber with Joe Loya

Joe Loya’s life trajectory of rising up and moving forward took a radically different turn after losing his mother at an early age and then stabbing his father in the neck at the age of 16. This was the beginning of a life of crime, including a 14 month bank robbing spree in which he robbed a total of 30 banks. In this amazing chat about his life, we discuss the amazing power of innovating with your story.Joe Loya is an essayist and playwright, as well as a contributing editor with the Pacific News Service. His essays have appeared in several national newspapers and magazines, including the San Francisco Examiner, the Los Angeles Times, and El Andar magazine.    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/03/191h 19m

The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Humanity with Kartik Hosanagar

In this episode we get to have a great discussion with digital economy researcher, data scientist and entreprenuer, Kartik Hosanagar, about artificial intelligence in the modern world. Kartik expands on his background and on his work before we dive into some of the insight found in his latest book, A Human’s Guide to Machine Intelligence. Take a listen to find out more about the eye-opening impacts of AI technology on humanity and, more importantly, how to stay in control.To find out more about Kartik Hosanagar and his book, simply visit www.Hosanagar.comYou can follow Kartik on Twitter @KHosanagarTo get a copy of his book head over to Amazon and pick one up!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/03/1956m 34s

The Power of Being Fiercely Accountable for Your Own Potential with Anjali Nath

In this thought-provoking episode, we get to sit down with Anjali Nath, a political scientist, philosopher, and educator, who runs a grassroots adult learning program called Liberation Spring that aims to decolonize and unlock the potential of their learners. We get to discuss the beginnings of Anjali’s journey as well as the inspiration that lead her to where she is now. More than this, Anjali shares a fierce message of liberation, enlightenment and wisdom. To find out more about Anjali Nath and Liberation Spring, simply visit liberationspring.com Anjali is the host of the Feral Visions podcast which you can find on iTunes, SoundCloud or YouTube You can also follow Liberation Spring on all social media platforms. Sponsors Delesign is a design service that offers unlimited graphic design, motion graphics, website design, branding and more for a flat rate of just $375 per month. They have a special offer for Unmistakable listeners right now. Just visit www.delesign.com/unmistakable and use the coupon code ‘unmistakable’ to get 30% off! In this thought-provoking episode, we get to sit down with Anjali Nath, a political scientist, philosopher, and educator, who runs a grassroots adult learning program called Liberation Spring that aims to decolonize and unlock the potential of their learners. We get to discuss the beginnings of Anjali’s journey as well as the inspiration that lead her to where she is now. More than this, Anjali shares a fierce message of liberation, enlightenment and wisdom. To find out more about Anjali Nath and Liberation Spring, simply visit liberationspring.com Anjali is the host of the Feral Visions podcast which you can find on iTunes, SoundCloud or YouTube You can also follow Liberation Spring on all social media platforms. Sponsors Delesign is a design service that offers unlimited graphic design, motion graphics, website design, branding and more for a flat rate of just $375 per month. They have a special offer for Unmistakable listeners right now. Just visit www.delesign.com/unmistakable and use the coupon code ‘unmistakable’ to get 30% off!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/03/1953m 35s

Best of: Change Your Identity to Change Your Habits with James Clear

In one of the best interviews we’ve had, we spoke with James Clear, author and entrepreneur, who talks about how habits impact entrepreneurship, health, and creativity and about how to treat your failures as data points that are required for mastery. Take a listen to help tear down myths you’ve learned about creativity and habits and how James can help you change your life!James Clear writes at JamesClear.com, where he shares strategies based on proven research and real-world experiences that make it easier to stick to good habits and live a healthy life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/03/191h 1m

How the Disruption of Education Helps Lifelong Learners with Danny Iny

Danny Iny left school in the 10th grade to become an entrepreneur. Years later he is the host of the Business Reimagined podcast, best-selling author of the book Leveraged Learning, as well as founder and CEO of Mirasee, a business education company. During our discussion, Danny paints a picture of how he got to where he is today, as well as use his story to shed light on how disrupting education helps those who are life-long learners.You can get a copy of the book Leveraged Learning on Amazon or you can read the entire book for free at leveragedlearningbook.comIf you are either an expert with something to teach, a business leader or a lifelong learner, visit mirasee.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
27/02/1948m 19s

Money is Only Important if You Know Why You Want It with Grant Sabatier

What kind of life do you want to life? Now ask yourself, how much money do you need to live that life? You may find it’s a lot less than you expect. Grant Sabatier, author of Financial Freedom and founder of Millenial Money, joins us to share his message about how to use money as a tool to live a richer life and how to achieve financial freedom. His story is incredible and truly inspiring and will surely bring you a wealth of insight.To find out more about the book, visit financialfreedombook.comFollow @millennialmoney on Twitter, as well as the book @financialfreedom on InstagramGrant has a blog and a website at millennialmoney.com You’ll find out more about him and his work at GrantSabatier.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/02/1954m 49s

Best of: Understanding the Most Misunderstood Man in the World with Glenn Beck

After losing his mother and battling depression and alcoholism, Glenn Beck took control of his life and rose to stardom. In one of our best interviews, the captivating storyteller and sometimes controversial media personality and entrepreneur shares his personal story of going through rock-bottom into what life is like for him now. He talks about why we become our best selves because of our struggles and why we have the right to failure.Glenn Beck is a television and radio host, political commentator, author, television network producer, filmmaker, entrepreneur, and CEO, and owner and founder of Mercury Radio Arts, the parent company of his television and radio network TheBlaze.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
22/02/191h 27m

The Power of Wanting Less and Staying Small with Paul Jarvis

In this episode, we are joined by Paul Jarvis, author of Company of One, software creator, designer and online course teacher. Paul has an understanding that growth isn’t always a good thing for businesses. He brings a message that helps lift the veil of thinking bigger is better and to understand how knowing what you want and wanting less often go hand in hand.Find out more about Paul Jarvis’ book at Company of One: Why Staying Small is The Next Big Thing for BusinessTo find out more about Paul, his work and to listen to his podcast, visit pjrvs.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/02/1953m 23s

Building a Business as a Tool for a Meaningful Life with Austin Netzley

In this episode, we get to talk with Austin Netzley, an investor, author and entrepreneur who’s aim is to help others create a business that scales. A business that runs like a simplified, successful machine. He shares an inspiring story about how he got to where he is today and how we can build a business that can be used as a tool for a meaningful life.You can find Austin on Facebook as Austin NetzelyTo find out more about 2x and to get involved, visit scale2x.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/02/1946m 11s

Best of: Jedi Mind Tricks of an FBI Hostage Negotiator with Chris Voss

In one of our most interesting interviews to date, Chris Voss revealed to us the power of hearing “no” in negotiations and how anyone can be a Jedi with some simple tricks of the mind when negotiating. Take a listen to what this former FBI hostage negotiator has to say about using persuasion to your advantage!Chris Voss is the Founder and CEO of the Black Swan Group Ltd and author of Never Split The Difference: Negotiating As If Your Life Depended On It. He has used his many years of experience in international crisis and high stakes negotiations to develop a unique program and team that applies these globally proven techniques to the business world  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/02/191h 4m

Rethinking the Way We Work with Natalie Nagele

Natalie Nagele is the co-founder and CEO of Wildbit, a successful software company that started in the year 2000. Natalie has a unique outlook on the way we work and she likes to do things differently. At Wildbit, they work a 32 hour work week over 4 days. Then they take 3 days to clear their heads and reconnect with home. Natalie wants us to rethink what’s truly important in our lives and how we can honor those things in the way we work. She shares a thought-provoking message that has the power to change lives.To find out more about Natalie Nagele and her work, simply visit wildbit.comYou can find Natalie on Twitter as @natalienagele  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
13/02/1948m 10s

The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work with Elisabeth Fosslien

The workplace can feel like a pretty unemotional place sometimes. Elisabeth Fosselin is an author and speaker who’s work with Mollie West Duffy focuses on the power of embracing emotions in the workplace. In this episode, we get to discuss the ideas behind their book, No Hard Feelings. Elisabeth gives us an inspiring and in-depth look into the framework of their book, as well as what inspired this quirky and interactive guide that ultimately allows us to be the same person in and out of the workplace.More about Liz and Mollie’s book, No Hard Feelings: The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions At Work can be found at lizandmollie.com/bookYou can find out more about Liz and Mollie and their work on their website lizandmollie.com as well as @lizandmollie on Twitter and Instagram  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/02/1948m 19s

Best of: The Pillars of a Meaningful Life with Philip McKernan

Philip McKernan speaks around the world about the importance of overcoming personal obstacles, gaining clarity, and cultivating the confidence to believe in yourself. In one of the most inspiring and poetic conversations from 2015, Philip talks about the 3 pillars of a meaningful life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
08/02/191h 10m

Culture Clash, Identity, and Unlimited Potential – Part 2 With Ishita Gupta

It’s time for Part 2 of our inspiring conversation with Ishita Gupta. Ishita helped Seth Godin publish his book Linhchpin: Are You Indispensable?, as well as another 6 bestselling books at The Domino Project. She is now a writer and speaker who works with clients who are serious about living up to their potential. She joins us for this special 2 part episode of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast where she gives a beautiful anecdote of her newly found friendship with David, a homeless man from New York, as well as an inspiring look into the past and present of her work and how she got to where she is today.To find out more about Ishita Gupta and her work, visit her website at ishitagupta.comYou’ll find Ishita on most platforms as Ishita Gupta, including Instagram  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
06/02/1948m 47s

Culture Clash, Identity, and Unlimited Potential – Part 1 With Ishita Gupta

Ishita Gupta helped Seth Godin publish his book Linhchpin: Are You Indispensable?, as well as helped publish 6 bestselling books at The Domino Project. She is now a writer and speaker and works with clients who are serious about living up to their potential. She joins us for this special 2 part episode of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast, filled with wisdom and beautiful insights into building confidence and self-worth, living without fear and pursuing your dreams.To find out more about Ishita Gupta and her work, visit her website at ishitagupta.comYou’ll find Ishita on most platforms as Ishita Gupta, including Instagram  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/02/1952m 56s

Best of: House for All Sinners and Saints with Nadia Bolz-Weber

In one of our most enthralling interviews we’ve had, Nadia Bolz-Weber tells us her story about faith and the founding of the House for All Sinners and Saints. Nadia was raised fundamental Christian, and her frustrations with organized religion later in life caused her to create the kind of church that she wanted to attend. What started out as a living room congregation, eventually grew into the House for All Sinners and Saints. Take a listen to our latest episode to hear her compelling story and view on God and religion!Nadia Bolz-Weber is a Lutheran minister who founded and is the pastor at the House for All Sinners and Saints, a mission congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in Denver, Colorado.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
01/02/1950m 28s

Minimalism as The Path to a Richer Life with Allie Casazza

For this episode of the podcast, we are joined by blogger, author and inspirational speaker, Allie Casazza. Allie is a wife and a mother of four kids who she and her husband happily home-school. The two of them also work together on her blog-turned-business. Allie has discovered a profoundly simple and liberating outlook on motherhood. You’ll find out how she has woven minimalism into her life as well as into the way she teaches and raises her kids. The benefits pave the way to a richer life.To find out more about Allie and her work, visit her website at alliecasazza.comCheck out Allie Casazza’s blog hereFollow Allie on Instagram on @allie_thatsme  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
30/01/1952m 23s

Digital Minimalism with Cal Newport

The world today is becoming dangerously digital. With the booming of social media and digital application growing in depth and complexity, keeping a healthy mindset can turn into a cluttered and stressful experience. Cal Newport, a computer science professor from Georgetown University, has some brilliant advice on how and why the philosophy of Digital Minimalism is the key to living a focused life in an increasingly noisy world.To read more about Cal’s book, Digital Minimalism, go to calnewport.com/books/digital-minimalismIf you’d like to find out more about about Cal Newport and his work, simply visit calnewport.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
28/01/1952m 53s

Best of: The Inevitable Forces That Will Shape Our Future with Kevin Kelly

I truly do believe that this is both the very best time in the history of the universe, as far as we can tell, to make something because the tools for creation have never been more easily gotten, they’ve never been cheaper. They’ve never been better. They’ve never been as diverse. And they truly make things more accessible. So if you want to make something that has been made already like a book, a movie, a song, the tools do that are just about free, which means almost anybody in the world can get their hands on it. And many of these things in previous generations were prohibitively expensive and relegated to the elites. But now you can make a book that looks as good as a best-selling author can make, and you can distribute it, and it costs very little do…We are at a moment right now in terms of what’s ahead of us, that it’s a very rapidly expanding opening. We’re on the cusp of all these very transformative technologies and trends that will produce more stuff and opportunities in the next 50 years than in the past 50 years as much as that’s hard to believe. – Kevin KellyKevin Kelly is the founding executive editor of Wired Magazine, and author of The Inevitable: Understanding the 12 Technological Forces That Will Shape Our Future  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
25/01/1958m 1s

Rewriting The Organizational Operating System with Aaron Dignan

Aaron Dignan is the founder of The Ready and author of the book, Brave New Work. He joins us for this episode to discuss some of the major points in his book which focuses on rewriting the system of operation within a business to be more efficient and provide a richer experience on every level. Consider that many of the workflows within our businesses are outdated and time-consuming. Well, Aaron has a method to update our operating system.Aaron’s book can be found at www.bravenewwork.comTo find out more about Aaron and his work, simply visit www.theready.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
23/01/191h 2m

The Man Who Walked Away From a Fortune with Daniel Levin

For this episode of the podcast, Daniel Levin, Connectivity Expert and Author, shares a captivating recount of the life-changing events that lead him to go on to write the book, The Mosaic, and become the person he is today. Throughout this discussion, Daniel talks about losing both his parents at a young age, choosing to walk away from H&R Block when he was 16, as well as discovering the true power of connection, and much, much more.To find Daniel Levin’s book, The Mosaic, as well as more about him and his work, simply visit: https://themosaiconline.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/01/1953m 38s

Best of: What Improv Can Teach Us About Creation, Collaboration, and Communication with Tom Yorton

In this episode of the podcast, Tom Yorton, CEO of SecondCity Works, Chicago’s world renown improv theater whose alumni include Steven Colbert, Tina Fey and many other high profile comedians, talks about what the world of improv can teach us about creation, communication and collaboration.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
18/01/1950m 28s

Transforming What’s Possible in Our Lives Through Social Design with Cheryl Heller

Cheryl Heller is a business strategist, designer and author of The Intergalactic Design Guide. She joins us in this episode for an inspiring, jam-packed discussion, focused on how we can transform the limits in our lives through social design and creativity. In light of achieving the impossible, Cheryl covers many inspiring and interesting topics such us how to define your sense of identity, how to apply the principles of communication design, why we should rely on experiments more than planning, and ultimately, how we can alter what we see as possible on our own lives.Cheryl Heller is the Founding Chair of the first MFA program in Design for Social Innovation at SVA. To view and apply to the DSI program, simply visit https://dsi.sva.edu Cheryl is the author of The Intergalactic Design Guide: Harnessing the Creative Potential of Social Design To find out more about Cheryl and her work, visit www.linkedin.com/in/cherylheller  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
16/01/1952m 22s

The Universal Language of Music with David Johnson

For this episode, we are joined by David Johnson, a renowned music producer and writer who has grown up around the likes of Miles Davis and Buddy Rich, and performed alongside artists such as Bruce Springsteen. Needless to say, David has experienced his fair share of the music industry. You’ll find out what its like to be 18 and touring the world, building honest friendships, or even losing your home and music studio to 25 inches of water, twice! Our discussion is that of a wholesome journey with honest, good-hearted lessons learned a long the way. Moreover, David gives an inspiring lesson on the universal language of music.David Johnson is currently working on a documentary called Patch.CV that focuses on the growing movement of modular synthesis which you can find on www.patchcv.comYou can reach David on info@patchcv.comDavid also has a Record Label and Film/TV sync music company called Gearkids Creative as well as a label called Organic Vinyl  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
14/01/191h 3m

Best of: The Science of Succeeding with People with Vanessa Van Edwards

“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 win. University of British Columbia did a research study on athletes. They studied athletes around the world. They also studied athletes who’d been blind since birth. They found that across races and genders athletes have the exact same body language when they win or lose a race. Pride body language very specifically is when people take up as much space as possible. They tilt their head up towards the sky. They open their arms wide. They’ll jump up into the air or firmly plant their feet. It’s as if they’re saying “I feel good in the world so I want to take up more space in it.” Whereas defeated athletes, this is the body language of losing and shame, is when they take up as little space as possible. They roll their shoulders in. They tilt their heads towards their chest. They usually will grip their hands in a fist or clenched fashion. They even will stand or sit in fetal position. This is the universal gesture of shame. What happens is when we first see someone, in that first few seconds, we’re very quickly trying to decided “who do you look more like a winner or a loser?” We can pick up how prideful someone feels based on how much space they’re taking up and how much movement they have”- Vanessa Van EdwardsVanessa Van Edwards is a published author and behavioral investigator. She is a professional people watcher—speaking, researching and cracking the code of interesting human behavior for audiences around the world. She’s also the author of Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/01/1955m 31s

Why We’ve Become So Self-Obsessed and What It’s Doing to Us with Will Storr

Will Storr, an award-winning journalist and novelist, joins us for this episode of The Unmistakable Creative. In this discussion, Will takes us on an enlightening journey through the history of self. He paints an intriguing picture of how early human societies and the modern-day western world are hugely connected. Why have we become so self-obsessed and what is it doing to us? The irony is that we’d love to know and Will has an answer that will blow your mind.If you’d like to find out more about Will Storr, follow him on twitter @wstorr or visit his website at www.WillStorr.comIf you liked this episode, you’ll love Will Storr’s latest book: Selfie: How We Became So Self-Obsessed and What It’s Doing to Us  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
09/01/191h 2m

Finding the Courage to Speak Your Truth with Philip McKernan

Philip McKernan returns to the show for yet another awe-inspiring discussion. In this episode, Philip talks about taking ownership of your struggles and of your suffering, what it means to speak your truth and how that frees you up to be the person you are destined to be, which ultimately allows us to love and be loved by others. Philip also shares how he went about writing a book with dyslexia, some of his insight into using our gifts to make an impact and much more.Philip McKernan is a speaker, film-maker, coach as well as author of his latest book One Last TalkTo find out more about the book, visit OneLastTalk.com, and to find out more about Philip and his work, simply visit PhilipMcKernan.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
07/01/1953m 53s

Best of: Born to Be An Artist with James Victore

In this episode of the Unmistakable Creative, artist and designer James Victore shares his personal journey, what’s required to succeed in a creative career, and uncovering the defining ethos of our lives.James Victore runs an independent design studio hell-bent on world domination. He is an author, designer, filmmaker and firestarter. James has been exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art in New York and is represented in the permanent collections of museums around the globe. He is the host of Burning Questions. He also hosts a dinner series that consists of four days and nights that are chock-full of creation, communion, deep thought, and play. It’s an intense and intimate mastery program for conscious creatives who are ready to see and be seen.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
04/01/191h 1m

Track Your Past, Order Your Present, and Plan Your Future with Ryder Carroll

Ryder Carroll is a digital product designer, inventor of the Bullet Journal and author of his latest book, The Bullet Journal Method, which focuses on the art of intentional living. He joins us in this episode to share some valuable insights into his early career, experiences that helped shape him and lead him to where he is today, as well as what inspired him to create the Bullet Journal. Not only this but Ryder also gives us a first-hand look into his long awaited book: The Bullet Journal Method.To get your copy of The Bullet Journal Method or to find out more about Ryder Carroll and the Bullet Journal, simply visit https://bulletjournal.com/  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
02/01/1957m 8s

Best of: An Audience of One: Reclaiming Creativity for Its Own Sake with Srini Rao

Srini Rao, creator and host of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast, is the guest rather than the host for this episode! He discusses his latest book, Audience of One, and details why it’s important to pursue creative ventures for their own sake rather than only doing things so you can put them on a resume. He also discusses the importance of flow, mastering distraction, and much more.Srini Rao is the creator and host of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast. He’s the author of several books, including his newest book, An Audience of One.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
21/12/181h 34m

Best of: The Neuroscience of Goals with Srini Pillay

Have you ever wondered how your brain functions when setting goals? How does it differentiate between the basic, more primal goals and the more complex goals we as humans can create? Srini Pillay is an expert in the “head and heart” approach to personal development, and he knows all about how the brain works and the tricks you can do to help set more attainable goals.Dr. Srini Pillay is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (Part-Time) at Harvard Medical School. He is known for combining “head and heart” (figuratively and literally) in an approach to personal development and goal mastery that blends science, spirituality, and horns-grabbing joie de vivre to combat the stresses faced by ambitious and high-achieving people in academia, business, and life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
20/12/1852m 14s

Best of: Challenging the Cultural Narratives of Motherhood and Addiction with Janelle Hanchett

Janelle Hanchett wasn’t sure if she was crazy or the rest of the world was when she became a mother. She saw all the ideals and characters of “motherhood” and realized she didn’t fit hardy any of them. So she began her blog, Renegade Mothering, to see if others felt that same way. She attempts to break down the cultural narratives of what being a mother truly is, and she discusses her addictive past as well.Janelle Hanchett created the blog Renegade Mothering in 2011 to determine if the rest of the mothering world was crazy or she was. She invited readers to join her in “the fight against helpful parenting advice” and wrote candidly about the darker sides of motherhood, including her own recovery from alcoholism. She’s the author of I’m Just Happy to Be Here as well.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
17/12/1855m 15s

Best of: How to Live Well and Die Well with Greg Hartle Pt. 2

In one of our best interviews ever, Greg Hartle joined us to share his wisdom on living life and why temporary circumstances don’t define our lives. Greg shares his thoughts on a multitude of topics, including why you can’t let past experiences always define your beliefs, the importance of having advantages in your life, and much more. Take a listen to Part 2 of this two-part episode!Greg Hartle is a an entrepreneur and smartist who has survived a misspent youth, a kidney transplant, and visited all 50 states using nothing more than ten dollars and a laptop. You can follow him on twitter @greghartle  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
15/12/181h 26m

Best of: Navigating Seasons of Adversity with Neeta Bhushan

Neeta Bhushan’s childhood was full of adversity. From losing both her mother and brother before she had turned 19 to facing homelessness, Neeta has had to navigate many trials in life. How has she done it? She shares her experiences with adversity and the power of emotional grit.Dr. Neeta Bhushan is a former cosmetic dentist turned best-selling author, international speaker, social entrepreneur, the advocate of emotional health, and leadership coach. She’s the author of the best-selling book Emotional GRIT. You can follow her on Twitter @NeetaBhushan  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
12/12/1847m 49s

Best of: The Quest to Uncover How the World’s Most Successful People Launched Their Careers with Alex Banayan

When he was growing up, Alex Banayan felt like it was his destiny to become a doctor. But once he got to college, he realized he wasn’t on the right path. Alex ended up going on The Price Is Right, winning, and using that money to go on a journey to track down the most successful people in the world and discover what they did to break through and launch their careers. He’s now one of the most successful businessmen in the US himself. Hear his story about discovery, risk-taking, and more.Alex Banayan is the author of The Third Door, the story of how he tracked down some of the most successful people in the world to uncover how they broke through and launched their careers. He has been named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, Business Insider’s Most Powerful People Under 30, and been featured in major media including Fortune, Forbes, Businessweek, Bloomberg TV, Fox News, and CBS News. An acclaimed keynote speaker, Banayan has presented the Third Door framework to business conferences and corporate leadership teams around the world including Apple, Nike, IBM, Dell, MTV, Harvard, and countless others. You can find him on Twitter at @AlexBanayan  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/12/1858m 7s

Best of: Mastering Your Craft Through Deliberate Practice with Anders Ericsson

Ever heard the phrase “practice makes perfect?” According to Anders Ericsson, that’s only true if that practice is done deliberately and not simply absently-mindedly. He discusses the idea of deliberate practice and how to apply that not only to technical fields and artistic practices, but also to our daily work lives.Anders Ericsson is a Swedish psychologist and Conradi Eminent Scholar and Professor of Psychology at Florida State University who is internationally recognized as a researcher in the psychological nature of expertise and human performance. He focuses primarily on the idea of deliberate practice as a means of how expert performers acquire their superior performance.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
11/12/1850m 14s

Best of: The Neuroscience of Attention with Adam Gazzaley

How does attention work? Adam Gazzaley has devoted his career to figuring out the science behind how we develop attention and how to optimize it. He knows what we need to do in order to have peak attention, how to make our minds work more efficiently, and why education has failed us in giving us the tools to optimize our attention.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 11s

Best of: The Business and Mindset Blueprint of a Billionaire with Naveen Jain

Naveen Jain has built multiple successful businesses across different industries. With a combination of the right mindset and a mission to solve problems that reach over a billion people, he’s tackling some of humanity’s most significant challenges. In this episode, you’ll learn about the importance of space travel, how we improve the healthcare system, and how we design the education system of the future.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 7m

Best of: How to Live Well and Die Well with Greg Hartle Pt. 1

In one of our best interviews ever, Greg Hartle joined us to share his wisdom on living life and why temporary circumstances don’t define our lives. Greg shares his thoughts on a multitude of topics, including why iconic figures may not be the best role models, why you should create a standard of excellence in every area of your life, and more. Take a listen to Part 1 of this two-part episode!Greg Hartle is a an entrepreneur and smartist who has survived a misspent youth, a kidney transplant, and visited all 50 states using nothing more than ten dollars and a laptop. You can follow him on twitter @greghartle  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 20m

How to be Kind to Yourself and Still Accomplish Your Goals with Nancy Jane Smith

Why do we continue to look for answers outside of ourselves when everything is telling us to look inside? In this episode, Author, Mental Health Therapist and Speaker, Nancy Jane Smith, joins us to reveal the wonderful ways of being kind to yourself while still accomplishing your goals. Nancy helps us to understand how to deal with your inner critic and acknowledge your emotions without becoming overwhelmed or being controlled by them. If the struggle for self-care while chasing your goals is something that you can relate with, do not miss the opportunity to hear this one-of-a-kind message that Nancy has to share with you. Nancy Jane Smith is the author of The Happier Approach: Be Kind to Yourself, Feel Happier and Still Accomplish Your Goals To find out more about Nancy and her work, visit – https://live-happier.com Follow Nancy Jane on Instagram @nancyjane_livehappier Sponsors Skillshare is an online learning community with over 20 000 classes in just about anything you might be interested in. Join millions of other students today with a special offer for our listeners. That’s 2 months of unlimited access to Skillshare classes for just $0.99. To sign up, simply visit skillshare.com/create Reason8 is an AI-powered service for automated note-taking and preparation of summaries and minutes for in-person business meetings. To turn your conversations into knowledge, simply visit https://reason8.ai/ and download the app.   Why do we continue to look for answers outside of ourselves when everything is telling us to look inside? In this episode, Author, Mental Health Therapist and Speaker, Nancy Jane Smith, joins us to reveal the wonderful ways of being kind to yourself while still accomplishing your goals. Nancy helps us to understand how to deal with your inner critic and acknowledge your emotions without becoming overwhelmed or being controlled by them. If the struggle for self-care while chasing your goals is something that you can relate with, do not miss the opportunity to hear this one-of-a-kind message that Nancy has to share with you. Nancy Jane Smith is the author of The Happier Approach: Be Kind to Yourself, Feel Happier and Still Accomplish Your Goals To find out more about Nancy and her work, visit – https://live-happier.com Follow Nancy Jane on Instagram @nancyjane_livehappier Sponsors Skillshare is an online learning community with over 20 000 classes in just about anything you might be interested in. Join millions of other students today with a special offer for our listeners. That’s 2 months of unlimited access to Skillshare classes for just $0.99. To sign up, simply visit skillshare.com/create Reason8 is an AI-powered service for automated note-taking and preparation of summaries and minutes for in-person business meetings. To turn your conversations into knowledge, simply visit https://reason8.ai/ and download the app.    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1851m 38s

The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness with Ingrid Fetell Lee

Ingrid Fetell Lee is a designer and writer whose work focuses on the way that design affects our health and happiness. In this episode, we get to hear some of the knowledge that Ingrid has to share on the amazing ways that our surroundings, nature and design can ignite feelings of joy and happiness within us, as well as the interesting scientific and psychological reasons behind why this happens.Ingrid’s latest book, Joyful: The Surprising Power of Ordinary Things to Create Extraordinary Happiness, can be purchased at www.amazon.com/Joyful-Surprising-Ordinary-Extraordinary-HappinessTo find out more about Ingrid, her work and what it is that she does, visit theastheticsofjoy.comFollow Ingrid Fetell on Instagram @aesthesticsofjoy  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 17s

Unmistakable Nuggets: Doing Life by Design

Jim Bunch explains the powerful effects that different environments have on our lives and how we can use them to take control and go from doing life by default to doing life by design. Jim Bunch explains the powerful effects that different environments have on our lives and how we can use them to take control and go from doing life by default to doing life by design.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/184m 0s

Navigating Life, Love and Fiction in New York City with Jennifer Miller

The Big Apple; brimming with life, love and everlasting romance. It’s no wonder dating in New York can be an uncertain, emotional roller-coaster. Jennifer Miller is a Journalist and Author who recently co-wrote Mr. Nice Guy with her husband, Jason Feifer, who is the editor-in-chief at the Entrepreneur magazine. In this episode, Jennifer joins us to share some valuable insights from her journey as a freelance writer. More than this, she dives into what it’s like to live and love in New York with a peak into their latest fiction novel – MR. NICE GUYMR. NICE GUY is available to read right now in hard copy, Kindle and audio book – www.mrniceguynovel.comYou can follow Jennifer on Twitter and Instagram at @propjen and you can also follow Jason on Twitter and Instagram at @heyfeifer  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1848m 44s

From Imagination to Invention with Chris Aimone

Chris Aimone is the co-founder and CEO of Muse, a tech company that has developed a revolutionary headband that meets brain sensing technology with meditation. During our discussion, Chris talks about where he found his inspiration for Muse, what lead him to where he is now, the unique proven benefits of using Muse for meditation as well as how to get out of your comfort zone in order to maintain creative flow. These are only to name a few as Chris unveils many more remarkable insights into harnessing the benefits of technology in order to lead a more fruitful life.To find out more about Chris Aimone and Muse, simply visit choosemuse.com   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 57s

Unmistakable Nuggets: Finding Your Voice

Phillip Mckernan sheds light on the freedom and exponential growth that follows the moment we find our voice – and just where to find it. Phillip Mckernan sheds light on the freedom and exponential growth that follows the moment we find our voice – and just where to find it.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181m 37s

How Nature Impacts Your Creativity with Florence Williams

Florence Williams, journalist and author, joins us in this episode to unveil the remarkable relationship between creativity, the human brain and nature. Florence’s work is rooted in scientific research and uses easy-to-understand logic to explain the profound and awe-inspiring neurological benefits of being in the wild. Take a moment to tune in to what she has to share and you will be on your way to creativity.Visit www.FlorenceWilliams.com where you will find her Podcast, ‘The 3-Day Effect’, as well as her books and much more.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 2s

Spreading Your Message and Mission through Word of Mouth with Jay Baer

Jay Baer is an award-winning Internet pioneer who helps brands improve their digital marketing and customer experience. In this episode, we get to discuss some of Jay’s most helpful methods on applying this in your own life which can be found in his most recent book, Talk Triggers. Jay discusses how to build a word of mouth strategy that will result in you becoming more talkable and in-turn, spread your message and your mission.Find Jay’s latest book here – www.talktriggers.comTo learn more about Jay Baer and his work, visit his website – www.convinceandconvert.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1848m 0s

Unmistakable Nuggets: The Pilot

Seth Godin reveals why reassurance is futile and why there is no amount of reassurance that will confirm you of the things you truly care about. In order to be a creative, we need to learn how to move forward without it. Seth Godin reveals why reassurance is futile and why there is no amount of reassurance that will confirm you of the things you truly care about. In order to be a creative, we need to learn how to move forward without it.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/182m 23s

Giving a Megaphone to Stories that Need to be Heard with Mason Aid

We live in an ever-progressing society, in which LGBTQ teens and adults alike are fighting for a place to exist. Mason Aid is an LGBTQ consultant who helps businesses become more inclusive in the workplace through consultation, copy audits and staff training. Mason shares some first-hand, touching stories of her experience growing up as well as encouraging guidance that will not only prove helpful to members of the LGBTQ society but everyone included. So pay attention to what they have to share in this episode because it’s not to be missed.Visit Mason’s website to find their blog, podcast and much more – www.themasonaid.comFollow Mason Aid on Twitter – @mason_aid  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1835m 13s

Bringing the Humanity back to Digital Communication with Val Geisler

Val Geisler has spent the last six years highly involved in customer experience and research and is largely skilled in using better email sequences to generate more revenue for your business. Val adds a creative flare with a dose of wisdom to the topic of human behavior and communication. In a world run by computers, intimacy and relationship can all too often be lost in translation. Val shares the knowledge she has gained through years of experience that accurately defines what it means to bring humanity back to digital communication.To find out more about Val Geisler, visit www.valgeisler.comFollow Val on twitter @lovevalgeisler    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1848m 1s

Best Of: The Creation of Atari and Finding The Next Steve Jobs with Nolan Bushnell

Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, as well as Steve Jobs’ mentor, shares views on education, reconnecting with your curiosity and developing creativity to connect it to your vision. In this episode: How do we better prepare people for today’s society? How schools have become warehouses How do we recognize early mentors? Credentials vs knowledge Are we born with awareness or can we cultivate it? Is ability to navigate emotional uncertainty something we are born with? The future of the web “If you’re curious and passionate, school is unnecessary… We’re finding more and more the true movers and shakers of society are not educated.” “Be entrepreneurial early and often.” ~ Nolan Bushnell Resources Nolan’s website Book: Finding the Next Steve Jobs Brainrush.com Nolan Bushnell is a technology pioneer, prolific entrepreneur, and scientist. He’s often cited as the father of the video game industry. Nolan is devoted to fixing education with his new company, Brainrush. A biopic, tentatively titled “Atari” is in pre-production, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Nolan. Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, as well as Steve Jobs’ mentor, shares views on education, reconnecting with your curiosity and developing creativity to connect it to your vision. In this episode: How do we better prepare people for today’s society? How schools have become warehouses How do we recognize early mentors? Credentials vs knowledge Are we born with awareness or can we cultivate it? Is ability to navigate emotional uncertainty something we are born with? The future of the web “If you’re curious and passionate, school is unnecessary… We’re finding more and more the true movers and shakers of society are not educated.” “Be entrepreneurial early and often.” ~ Nolan Bushnell Resources Nolan’s website Book: Finding the Next Steve Jobs Brainrush.com Nolan Bushnell is a technology pioneer, prolific entrepreneur, and scientist. He’s often cited as the father of the video game industry. Nolan is devoted to fixing education with his new company, Brainrush. A biopic, tentatively titled “Atari” is in pre-production, starring Leonardo DiCaprio as Nolan.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 0m

Designing a Business that runs itself with Mike Michalowicz

Mike Michalowiz is an author, entrepreneur and lecturer. By the age of just 35, Mike had founded and sold two multi-million dollar companies. After becoming an angel investor and then losing his entire fortune, Mike started all over again. Through this trying experience, he became driven to discover the recipe for a truly successful business. In our discussion we learn how Mike created the ‘Profit First Formula’. Join us and discover the secret to designing a business so healthy, that it runs itself.To find more on Mike’s books, The Profit First Podcast, his blog and much, much more, simply visit MikeMotorbike.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 13s

Wisdom at Work with Chip Conley

In this episode we sit down with hotelier, hospitality entrepreneur, author and speaker, Chip Conley. Throughout the discussion, Chip addresses many brilliant questions, only to unveil even more astounding answers. Discover how to create psychological safety and collaboration in the workplace, how to use personality assessment tools as well as the practical advantages of implicit trade agreements. Chip also shares many wisdom-filled pointers on dealing with despair, finding real happiness and why we should never stop learning. It’s time to wise up and listen in, because this and much more is in store. Visit ChipConley.com to find out more about Chip and his workChip Conley has written a book on how to become indispensable in the second half of your working career, Wisdom@Work: The Making of a Modern Elder will help you write the next chapter of your life.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1855m 30s

Best Of: Rewriting the Story of Your Life with Donald Miller

Back when he was still young and naive, Don Miller fell in love with writing and believed he could make a living at it. Writing a newsgroup newsletter for the local church sparked the flame for a successful writing career and has now spanned many years and several best sellers. Don unpacks many helpful lessons and life experiences such as why pain is key to character transformation, the influence of religion and spirituality on his work or even what causes leaders to become villains. These and many more profound lessons help us understand the method of rewriting the story of your life.Donald “Don” Miller is a best-selling American author and public speaker based in Nashville, Tennessee who focuses on Christian spirituality as “an explanation for beauty, meaning, and the human struggle”. You can follow him on twitter @donaldmiller  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1857m 8s

Lessons in Life and Leadership from a Cooking School with Makenna Held

In this episode, author, entrepreneur, & leadership coach, Makenna Held talks us through some of her most life changing experiences and lessons learned as well as a deeper look into how she went from working in a tech company to starting many businesses and becoming a leadership coach. Moreover, Makenna uncovers what she learned from being diagnosed with melanoma, how she changed the story of her life and then went on to buying the former summer home of Julia Child, from which she runs a cooking school in the South of France.To find out more about Makenna and the Courageous Cooking School, visit – Lapeetch.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 26s

The Joy of Genius with Gay Hendricks

How do we break through our upper limits and begin the upward genius spiral? Gay Hendricks is a psychologist, writer, and teacher in the field of personal growth, relationships, and body intelligence. In this episode, he uncovers the ways of getting passed our most hindering fears, correcting negative thinking, cultivating lasting relationships and ultimately, taking the leap into true creativity.Gay Hendricks’ latest book can be found here at JoyofGenius.com. Those who order the book today will also receive a free ticket to a live video seminar.To find out more about Gay Hendricks, visit his website at Hendricks.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1854m 1s

Best of: Turning on Your Superhero Brain with Jim Kwik

Do you need help maximizing your brain power or exercising your mind? Then Jim Kwik has what you need! He is the founder of Kwik Learning, and he is an expert in brain performance and has cutting-edge techniques to help you optimize your mind! Jim suffered a brain injury as a child, but he created strategies to help himself learn more efficiently and wants to share those same strategies with you! Take a listen!Jim Kwik is the founder of Kwik Learning and is an expert in speed-reading, memory improvement, brain performance, and accelerated learning. He’s been a mental coach for top celebrities and CEOs as well as a trainer for leading organizations across the globe.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 28s

Translating Expertise into Impact and Wealth with David Baker

Today we get to sit down with author, speaker, and expert entrepreneurial advisor, David Baker. Upon sharing some of his early background, David dives into the many fascinating discoveries he has made on turning expertise into impact and wealth. Join us to find out how he started his own marketing firm, why we shouldn’t be afraid to be different and how to become unignorable. These as well as many more clear and direct, yet caring and thoughtful lessons on being an expert entrepreneur are what David has in-store for us during today’s episode. David’s most recent book, The Business of Expertise, is a must-read for any entrepreneur – Expertise.isTo find out more about David Baker and his work, visit his website – www.davidcbaker.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1851m 12s

Redesigning The Future of Education with Gahmya Drummond-Bey

Today we are joined by Gahmya Drummond-Bey, a Global Education Curriculum Designer, TED-Resident and Visionary Educator. Gahmya shares the childhood experiences that helped shape her into the woman she is today. She also dives into the wisdom behind her teachings that enable children and teenagers to overcome many of the hardships that they face today, such as finding a sense of belonging, feeling valuable or even as far as finding a will to live. Pay close attention because what Gahmya has to share with us is truly the lesson of a lifetime. To find out more about Gahmya Drummond-Bey, visit her website EvolvedTeacher.comFollow her on Instagram @EvolvedTeacher  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 21s

Best of: The Psychology of Visionaries with Justine Musk

Want to know how some of the most creative minds in the world today function? Then take a listen to one of our greatest interviews as Justine Musk dives into the psychology of visionaries such as Elon Musk, David Bowie, and Steve Jobs! She discusses how to come out of the shadows in your life and how to find the things in your life that will lead to creativity!Justine Musk is the author of the contemporary fantasy novel Blood Angel and writes about creativity, self discovery, and culture.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1851m 33s

A Proven Way to Build Good Habits and Break Bad Ones with James Clear

In today’s episode we sit down with James Clear, an author, photographer; and entrepreneur, who is a pioneer of productivity. James’ work largely aims to uncover the scientific truth behind habits and human potential in order for us to live better lives. His research is both profound and easy to understand, allowing us to take the latest scientific research into human behavior and actually use it in our own lives, starting right now. Here you will find James’ latest book including many other useful resources and downloads – AtomicHabits.com Atomic Habits Book Giveaway  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1854m 11s

Why a Tolerance for Discomfort is Essential to Peak Performance with Renita Kalhorn

In this episode we sit down with Renita Kalhorn, a peak performance expert, executive coach, Juilliard-trained concert pianist and martial arts black belt with an MBA from INSEAD. Renita takes us through a few life-changing moments that helped shape her journey as well as who she is today. Not only this but she also coaches us on many powerful tools that help us reach our peak performance. These include things like shifting from living in survival mode to growth mode, chasing your deepest desires and reaching the peak performance experience that you want to have.To find out more about Renita Kalhorn, visit her website at https://www.renitakalhorn.com/    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1844m 1s

Best Of: Moving from Scarcity to Abundance with Garret Gunderson

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 the world. When we’re in scarcity it’s hard to have vision. But if you can be more abundant, what you realize is that vision is what drives the most value. – Garrett Gunderson  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 55s

Developing Emotional Agility with Susan David

The way we navigate our inner thoughts in our everyday lives is the most important factor of our life success. Susan David is an award-winning psychologist and author of Emotional Agility. In this episode, Susan touches on the powerful process found within her book, which ultimately leads us to accept the existence of our circumstances and allows us to adapt and thrive in life regardless of who we are or whatever we face.Susan David’s #1 Wall Street Journal Bestseller – Emotional Agility: Get Unstuck, Embrace Change, and Thrive in Work and Life.Join over 100,000 quiz takers and get your free Emotional Agility report – EA QuizTedX – The gift and power of emotional courage | Susan David  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1855m 24s

Reconciling Your Social Programming and Creative Desires with David Kadavy

Sometimes, your creativity may lead you on a path that leaves you feeling as if you need to entirely forget what you’ve been taught in order for you to continue with your creative journey. What do we do when we find ourselves here? David Kadavy is an author, creative entrepreneur & host of the Love Your Work podcast. Through sharing many of his own experiences and personal insights, he helps us to understand how to reconcile our social programming and creative desires.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 58s

Best Of: Inside the Psychology of Cults with Bob Gower

In classic cult psychology or cult literature, there’s really two characteristics to a cult. First is that it’s ideologically intense and of course that can describe a lot of organizations. Everything from say something like the Landmark forum to the United States of America. We have an ideology that sits behind the organization. In order to be a part of the US government you have to adopt a certain kind of ideology. There’s this idea that we have an ideology. And cults for that reason pray on people like myself who really want to make the world a better place, want to change the world or feel dissatisfied in some way. There can be political cults. There are quite a few of those out there. There can be spiritual cults. There can be even commercial cults. Real estate is apparently a really common place right now where you find people who are learning how to flip houses and do all this stuff. And they began to develop these really intense ideology around how they approach the world and how they see the world. – Bob Gower  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 1m

Zone of Genius Thinking with Michael Potts

Are you a Visionary, an Architect, a Builder; or a Cultivator? Today we get to sit down with mentor, director, consultant and entrepreneur, Michael Potts. In this episode, Michael shares with us many powerful lessons and life experiences, whereby we can learn more about ourselves and the areas in which we are most efficient. Join us to discover the value of your individual strengths and ultimately, your zone of genius.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 24s

Love As Your Bottom Line with Danielle Laporte

In this episode, bestselling author, inspirational speaker, entrepreneur, and blogger, Danielle Laporte shares the thought-provoking and inspirational truths that unfold in our lives when we make Love our bottom line. Danielle expands on many intimate concepts including spirituality, belonging, affection, and surrender; as well as how, with a mindfulness of Love, we can lead a peaceful life of choice and self-acceptance. Open your heart to what Danielle has to share because with this one, she truly brings it home.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 5s

Best Of: Asking a More Beautiful Question with Warren Berger

In this episode, author Warren Berger joins us to talk about the power of leveraging questions to drive innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship.HIGHLIGHTSHow asking questions drives innovation, creativity and entrepreneurshipThe importance of letting our work be shaped by different perspectivesWhy questioning matters and why we don’t appreciate it as much as we should How questioning unintentionally gets trained out of us Developing a capacity for and a habit of asking questions The why, what if, and how framework for asking questionsHow the Polaroid camera came into existence through a child’s question  An expert on design thinking and innovation, Warren Berger has studied hundreds of the world’s leading innovators, designers, education leaders, creative thinkers, and red-hot start-ups to analyze how they ask game-changing questions, solve problems, and create new possibilities. Warren believes that questioning leads to innovation, can help you be more successful in your career, and can spark change in our businesses and lives.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1846m 33s

Getting to Hell Yes with Alex Jamieson and Bob Gower

In today’s episode, we get to sit down with Facilitator, Advisor and Connector, Bob Gower, as well as natural foods Chef, author, speaker, TV personality, and holistic health counselor, Alex Jamieson. Throughout this discussion, they answer many powerful questions that unveil their understanding and raw experience of positive thinking, true happiness and success. More than this, Bob and Alex give us an insightful look into Intentions, Concerns, Boundaries and Dreams – the fluid practice of getting to Hell Yes! In today’s episode, we get to sit down with Facilitator, Advisor and Connector, Bob Gower, as well as natural foods Chef, author, speaker, TV personality, and holistic health counselor, Alex Jamieson. Throughout this discussion, they answer many powerful questions that unveil their understanding and raw experience of positive thinking, true happiness and success. More than this, Bob and Alex give us an insightful look into Intentions, Concerns, Boundaries and Dreams – the fluid practice of getting to Hell Yes!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1854m 23s

The Art and Science of Decision Engineering with Michelle Florendo

In this episode, coach, speaker and decision analyst, Michelle Florendo, unfolds the science and emotions that we as humans typically encounter when making decisions. Michelle takes us through an empowering wisdom-filled episode on how to use tough decisions as opportunities to better our lives while avoiding the often anxiety-inducing habits of decision making. You can be certain that this and many more truly profound lessons can be learned from what Michelle has to share today.Michelle Florendo is a coach specializing in helping people unlock the power of good decision making to craft fulfilling careers and happier lives. Learn more about her work at MichelleFlorendo.com  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 3s

Best Of: Making Our Childhood Dreams Come True as Adults With Stephanie Halligan

Do you remember those wild-eyed dreams you had when you were a kid? What if you could make some of them come true as an adult? Motivational cartoonist Stephanie Halligan talks about how we can use our creativity to make hour childhood dreams come true as adults.Steph Halligan is a motivational cartoonist and creator of Art To Self, where she delivers daily inspiration to your inbox.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1848m 40s

William Deresiewicz: The Miseducation of the American Elite

Education is a hot topic right now, and William Deresiewicz has studied it for a very long time. He specifically has looked at how America’s elite have been educated, and he’s noticed there are a lot of problems in the system. He discusses education being more than a path to a paycheck, ne0liberalism, and much more.William Deresiewicz is an award-winning essayist and critic, a frequent speaker at colleges and other venues, and the best-selling author of Excellent Sheep: The Miseducation of the American Elite and the Way to a Meaningful Life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 7s

Andrew Yang: Inside the Mind of a 2020 Presidential Candidate

How does an entrepreneur go from starting a business to wanting to run for president? Andrew Yang discusses the journey his life has taken from “scrappy entrepreneur-type” to a 2020 presidential candidate. He talks about what sparked his interest in running for office, the growing student loan debt, the shifting technological and economical policies, and much more.Andrew Yang is an American entrepreneur, the founder of Venture for America, and is a 2020 presidential candidate for the Democratic party. You can interact with him and follow him on Twitter @AndrewYangVFA  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 2s

Emylee Williams: Navigating Entrepreneurial Uncertainty

Are you in the middle of your “dark night of the soul” moment of your life? Emylee Williams can relate, and she’s in the process of navigating the choppy waters of entrepreneurship. Emylee shares her story about marriage, adoption, hitting a wall in your own business, and much more.Emylee Williams is the co-founder of the Think Creative Collective. She and her husband are adoptive parents to a little girl.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1845m 22s

Nas Tavakoli-Far: An Exploration of Gender Dynamics

Gender dynamics are a very complex issue that we’ve only really begun to grapple with over the last several decades. Nas Tavakoli-Far makes studying gender roles and how we all communicate and interact with each other one of her main focuses, and she’s learned a great deal through her discussions. She shares her ideas on that, life in an immigrant family, media, and much more.Nas Tavakoli-Far is a journalist and host/producer of The Gender Knot Podcast. She also presents and hosts for the BBC World Service radio. You can follow her on Twitter @NTavakoliFar  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1854m 0s

An Audience of One Excerpt

Srini’s newest book, An Audience of One, is out now! Take a listen to an excerpt from Srini’s latest book, and if you have an Audible subscription, you can now download the audiobook of An Audience of One for just one credit! Srini’s newest book, An Audience of One, is out now! Take a listen to an excerpt from Srini’s latest book, and if you have an Audible subscription, you can now download the audiobook of An Audience of One for just one credit!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/185m 45s

Brian Portnoy: The Geometry of Wealth

Money is a sensitive topic for many. How can those in poverty or those who live paycheck to paycheck still find joy? And how are billionaires sometimes some of the unhappiest people? Brian Portnoy has studied finances and money, and he’s mastered the art of simplifying the complex discussions and topics around money. He discusses the difference between being rich and being wealthy, finding joy in your circumstances, and much more.Brian Portnoy is an expert at simplifying the complex world of money. He’s the author of two books, The Investor’s Paradox and his most recent book The Geometry of Wealth.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 25s

Chris Bailey: How to be More Productive in a World of Distractions

The world we live in now is full of distractions, but not all of them are as disruptive as you might think. Chris Bailey is a productivity expert, and he’s mastered the art of being more efficient and productive despite the ever-growing list of distractions we face daily. He discusses how to find your most productive self, discovering success, and much more.Chris Bailey is an expert on productivity. He’s the author of the international best-selling book The Productivity Project, and his newest book, Hyperfocus, comes out in September.    See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 32s

Best of: The Ayurveda Way with Ananta Ripa Ajmera

Would you like to sleep better, have less stress, have better digestion, and just feel better all around? Ananta Ripa Ajmera has unlocked the secrets to living a healthier, more beneficial life and wants to share her discovery. Through an optimized diet and practices from yoga, Ananta has helped people earn a healthier body, mind, and soul.Ananta Ripa Ajmera is author of the bestselling book The Ayurveda Way. She is a Certified Ayurveda Health Practitioner and Yoga Instructor who continues to study closely with Acharya Shunya, a renowned master teacher whose lineage extends back to ancient India.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1856m 53s

Ann Van Eron: Reach Peak Potential

How do we reach our peak potential in our every day lives and in a business setting? According to Ann Van Eron, it involves several factors that most people overlook. Everything from understanding others’ perspectives to helping develop leaders goes into reaching your peak potential and achieving an “oasis state.” She shares her background, her philosophies on management and team-building, and much more.Ann Van Eron founded Potentials in 1984 to assist organizations and individuals to better understand and fully develop their capabilities. She’s also the author of OASIS Conversations.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 2s

Cal Fussman: The Art of Emotionally Resonant Storytelling

Life can be a long, complicated series of events for everyone, and that’s been especially true for Cal Fussman. His journey has taken him to exotic places, seen him talk to extraordinary people, and helped him understand humanity a little better. He shares his adventures and insights about how we view and share information, storytelling, and much more.Cal Fussman is a journalist and author. He is a Writer at Large for Esquire magazine, known for the What I’ve Learned column, where he interviews leaders in various fields including Jimmy Carter, Ted Kennedy, Jeff Bezos, Tom Hanks, and many others. He also hosts his own podcast, Big Questions.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 25m

Best of: How To Kill Email Anxiety and Get Real Work Done with Jocelyn Glei

Has your inbox taken over your life? Does just thinking about checking your email give you incredible anxiety? Do you find yourself checking your email over and over again to the point where it’s keeping you from accomplishing your actual tasks? Then Jocelyn Glei is here to help. She joins us to discuss how to take back control of your inbox and how to get real work done.Jocelyn K. Glei is a writer who’s obsessed with work, careers,and creativity. She is the author of 4 books, including Unsubscribe: How to Kill Email Anxiety, Avoid Distractions, and Get Real Work Done.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1845m 2s

Rae Senarighi: The Transgender Manifesto

What is life like as a transgender non-binary person? Rae Senarighi joins us to discuss the challenges that face transgender people, how families, friends, and strangers can be more accepting and understanding of the transgender experience, and how compassion and empathy define relationships.Rae Senarighi is a transgender non-binary artist currently based in Portland, OR. He is best known for vivid colorful abstracts, intricate typography and vivid portraiture. Rae began his studies at the University of Montana in 2000 and finished his BFA at the Art Institute of Seattle in 2009, receiving a Hall of Fame Award in 2011. His art has been internationally published in Cell, Nature and Science magazines and his graphic design and typography have been key features at Elevate Your Brand and Peaceful Media.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 16s

Neeta Bhushan: Navigating Seasons of Adversity

Neeta Bhushan’s childhood was full of adversity. From losing both her mother and brother before she had turned 19 to facing homelessness, Neeta has had to navigate many trials in life. How has she done it? She shares her experiences with adversity and the power of emotional grit.Dr. Neeta Bhushan is a former cosmetic dentist turned best-selling author, international speaker, social entrepreneur, the advocate of emotional health, and leadership coach. She’s the author of the best-selling book Emotional GRIT. You can follow her on Twitter @NeetaBhushan  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 49s

Unmistakable Creative Live from NYC with Sarah Peck

Sarah Peck joined the show as the Unmistakable Podcast was recorded live in front of an audience in New York City! She spoke about childhood, becoming a parent and how that changes your way of thinking, her creative process, and much more. Sarah Peck is a writer, open water swimmer, designer-entrepreneur, and urban nerd who is on a mission is to find and capture insights from everyday, extraordinary living and share them with others.  Sarah Peck joined the show as the Unmistakable Podcast was recorded live in front of an audience in New York City! She spoke about childhood, becoming a parent and how that changes your way of thinking, her creative process, and much more. Sarah Peck is a writer, open water swimmer, designer-entrepreneur, and urban nerd who is on a mission is to find and capture insights from everyday, extraordinary living and share them with others.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 14m

Srini Rao: An Audience of One: Reclaiming Creativity for Its Own Sake

Srini Rao, creator and host of the Unmistakable Creative Podcast, is the guest rather than the host for this episode! He discusses his latest book, Audience of One, and details why it’s important to pursue creative ventures for their own sake rather than only doing things so you can put them on a resume. He also discusses the importance of flow, mastering distraction, and much more.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 34m

Best of: Reconciling Your Creativity and Your Identity with Chase Jarvis

If you want to hear from a truly innovative thinker in the field of creativity, look no further than Chase Jarvis. His breakthroughs in creative thinking have allowed many to forge new paths in creative ventures and find their way in the world. But it’s not always about finding the road less traveled; sometimes the risky thing is actually doing things the traditional way.Chase Jarvis is an award winning photographer and the Founder/CEO of CreativeLive. Learn about the big thinking and breakthroughs that allow creative geniuses to break the mold in his free video series 30 Days of Genius.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 7m

Dani Shapiro: The Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life

Life as an artist can be full of wonder and joy, but it can also have its fair share of trials and hardships. Dani Shapiro has experienced both, and she’s shared many of those moments in her best-selling memoirs. She discusses her life and trying to find the balance between portraying the truth and putting up a mask.Dani Shapiro is the author of five novels and best-selling memoirs, her most recent of which is titled Hourglass. Her new book, Inheritance will be published this winter. She’s also written for magazines such as The New Yorker, The Oprah Magazine, Vogue, and ELLE.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 10s

Frank Warren: Why Secrets are the Currency of Intimacy

We all have secrets in our lives, and we all struggle with which ones to share and why. Frank Warren created PostSecret back in 2005 as a way for people to anonymously share their secrets they didn’t want to share with those closest to them, and he’s learned a great deal about humanity, intimacy, and compassion throughout the years because of those secrets.Frank Warren is the creator of PostSecret, an ongoing community art project he started in 2005 where people mail in their secrets anonymously on one side of a postcard. He’s also the author of five books, the latest of which is titled The World of PostSecret.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 12s

Best of: Ego is The Enemy with Ryan Holiday

How do you separate your work and the effort you put into that work from the results that come after it, especially when those results aren’t dependent on the work you did? Focusing exclusively on results as a means of satisfaction with yourself isn’t good for your happiness or ego, and Ryan Holiday joins us to discuss that, writing, and much more.Ryan Holiday is a strategist and writer. He dropped out of college at age nineteen to apprentice under Robert Greene, author of The 48 Laws of Power, and later served as the director of marketing for American Apparel. He’s the author of 4 books including his latest, Ego is the Enemy  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 8s

Mars Dorian: Expanding Your Creative Capacity through Collaboration

Sometimes your creativity can grow stagnant if you continuously work alone. The best way to help expand your creative horizons is by working with someone else, and nobody understands that more than Mars Dorian. He returns to discuss the foundation of his creative career, why trust is so important in collaborative relationships, and why working with others helps creativity flourish.Mars Dorian is a digital illustrator and storyteller. He creates  visual illustrations and designs to help your content spread online, and stand above the noise. He also is the logo designer and special projects artist for The Unimstakable Creative Podcast. You can follow him on Twitter @marsrodian   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 4s

Anders Ericsson: Mastering Your Craft Through Deliberate Practice

Ever heard the phrase “practice makes perfect?” According to Anders Ericsson, that’s only true if that practice is done deliberately and not simply absently-mindedly. He discusses the idea of deliberate practice and how to apply that not only to technical fields and artistic practices, but also to our daily work lives.Anders Ericsson is a Swedish psychologist and Conradi Eminent Scholar and Professor of Psychology at Florida State University who is internationally recognized as a researcher in the psychological nature of expertise and human performance. He focuses primarily on the idea of deliberate practice as a means of how expert performers acquire their superior performance.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 14s

Best of: An Adventure Through The Hidden Parts of India with Karan Bajaj

Karan Bajaj discusses his life in the Indian Himalayas and how very different the “east” is from the “west” in our world. He talks about living your Dharma, keeping community alive in a world that’s continuously connected but more isolated, a little bit of mysticism, and much more.Karan Bajaj is a novelist and striving Yogi. Born and raised in the Indian Himalayas, he now lives in Brooklyn, New York. He’s also the author of The Yoga of Max’s Discontent.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 1s

Pamela Slim: Finding the Thread that Ties Your Story Together

We all have our own story, but what common thing ties your story together? Pamela Slim discusses that, taking pride in heritage and how to carry that heritage over generations, how creativity shifts over time, and more.Pamela Slim is an award-winning author, business coach and speaker. In 2005, she started the Escape from Cubicle Nation blog, which is now one of the top career and business blogs on the web. She’s the author of Escape from Cubicle Nation: From Corporate Prisoner to Thriving Entrepreneur. You can follow her on Twitter @pamslim  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 32s

Adam Gazzaley: The Neuroscience of Attention

How does attention work? Adam Gazzaley has devoted his career to figuring out the science behind how we develop attention and how to optimize it. He knows what we need to do in order to have peak attention, how to make our minds work more efficiently, and why education has failed us in giving us the tools to optimize our attention.Adam Gazzaley is an American neuroscientist, author, photographer, entrepreneur and inventor. He is the founder and executive director of Neuroscape and Professor of Neurology, Physiology, and Psychiatry at University of California, San Francisco. He’s the author of The Distracted Mind: Ancient Brains in a High-Tech World. You can follow him on Twitter @adamgazz  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 11s

Best of: Using Non-Verbal Communication to Change Human Behavior with Mark Bowden

Body language and non-verbal communication often says more about you than the actual words you use. Mark Bowden is an expert in body language, non-verbal communication, and behavior, and he’s learned how to use non-verbal communication to change the emotions of an audience, to influence and persuade people, and to change how others view you.Mark Bowden is a body language and behavior expert and the creator of TRUTHPLANE®, a communication training company and unique methodology for anyone who has to communicate with impact. With a reputation as one of the world’s foremost authorities on nonverbal communication, Mark travels all over the world to train groups and give keynote speeches. His clients include leading businesspeople, teams, and politicians, presidents and CEOs of Fortune 500 companies and current Prime Ministers of G8 powers. You can follow him on twitter @truthplane  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 23s

Holly Shaw: Discovering Your Creative DNA

From a young age, Holly Shaw knew that she wanted to perform. She felt the most alive and awake when performing in front of others, and she uses that passion to help try and awaken others. She details her creative journey and how her creative DNA has woven itself into being.Holly Shaw is the host of the Performers & Creators Lab Podcast. She’s also a bestselling author and creativity coach who has helped hundreds of artists, some of them Emmy Award-winning and Grammy-nominated, to overcome performance anxiety, impostor syndrome and creative blocks. You can follow her on Twitter @hollyshawcreate  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 10s

Val Vigoda: Finding Peak Aliveness

After her husband and creative partner of over two decades left her, Val Vigoda went through one of the roughest moments of her life. Creating was no longer the joyous process it used to be. But through working on Earnest Shackleton Loves Me, she discovered what “peak aliveness” felt like. Now she hopes to help others find that joy.Valerie “Val” Vigoda is a successful electric violinist who has written or starred in musicals such as Striking 12 and Earnest Shackleton Loves Me and her own one-woman show “Just Getting Good.” She’s even shared the stage with former first lady Michelle Obama. She uplifts and connects with people through her unique combination of vocals, electric violin, trailblazing technology, and heartfelt, authentic musical storytelling.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 33s

Best of: Finding Your Calling by Breaking All the Rules with Laura Belgray

Laura Belgray is the founder of Talking Shrimp, co-creator of The Copy Cure, and has written promos, launch campaigns, online content, full show episodes, and more in her career. She knows all about finding what fuels you and pursuing your passion. She knows that the feeling of inspiration itself isn’t everything; it’s what you do with that inspiration and how you move forward that matters.Laura Belgray is the founder of Talking Shrimp and co-creator of The Copy Cure. She’s won numerous awards and has worked with companies such as Bravo, NBC, HBO, TBS, Nick at Nite, Nickelodeon, TV Land, Nick Mom, VH1, The N, Sundance Channel, Ion, WE, Lifetime, Oxygen, the CW and USA.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1858m 24s

Whitney Johnson: How to Build an “A” Team

What’s the secret to having an engaged and productive team? It’s having a plan for developing all employees, no matter where they are on their personal learning curves. Whitney Johnson is an expert in this field and built her ideas of constructing a proficient team off her ideas of how to “disrupt yourself” from a more personal level.Whitney Johnson was named one of the world’s fifty most influential management thinkers by Thinkers50in 2017. She is the author of the bestselling Build an A Team. She was the co-founder of the Disruptive Innovation Fund with Harvard’s Clayton Christensen and was an award-winning Wall Street analyst. You can follow her on Twitter @johnsonwhitney  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1846m 20s

Jessica Eley: The Four Quadrants of Achievement

How do you get past some of the mental roadblocks you’ve put up? How do you get past failures in both your personal and business life? Jessica Eley has devised a mental framework called the Four Quadrants of Achievement that helps set up pathways and strategies to help you get the most out of your process.Jessica Eley helps go-getters and high-achievers reach their big goals without losing themselves in the process. She created the idea of the 4 Quadrants of Achievement to help herself and her clients figure out how to process their life and become more successful not only in business, but personally as well.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 33s

Best of: Lessons Learned from 100 Days of Rejection with Jia Jiang

How do you overcome a fear of rejection? By getting rejected over and over again and learning lessons from those experiences. Jia Jiang did just that, and he turned 100 days of rejection into a life-altering experience that culminated in a full blown movement. Hear his story and how rejection completely changed his life. Jia Jiang came to the United States with the dream of being the next Bill Gates. But despite early success in the corporate world, his first attempt to pursue his entrepreneurial dream ended in rejection. Jia was crushed, and spiraled into a period of deep self doubt. But he realized that his fear of rejection was a bigger obstacle than any single rejection would ever be, and he needed to find a way to cope with being told no without letting it destroy him. Thus was born his “100 days of rejection” experiment, during which he willfully sought rejection on a daily basis–from requesting a lesson in sales from a car salesman (no) to asking a flight attendant if he could make an announcement on the loud speaker (yes) to his famous request to get Krispy Kreme doughnuts in the shape of Olympic rings. How do you overcome a fear of rejection? By getting rejected over and over again and learning lessons from those experiences. Jia Jiang did just that, and he turned 100 days of rejection into a life-altering experience that culminated in a full blown movement. Hear his story and how rejection completely changed his life. Jia Jiang came to the United States with the dream of being the next Bill Gates. But despite early success in the corporate world, his first attempt to pursue his entrepreneurial dream ended in rejection. Jia was crushed, and spiraled into a period of deep self doubt. But he realized that his fear of rejection was a bigger obstacle than any single rejection would ever be, and he needed to find a way to cope with being told no without letting it destroy him. Thus was born his “100 days of rejection” experiment, during which he willfully sought rejection on a daily basis–from requesting a lesson in sales from a car salesman (no) to asking a flight attendant if he could make an announcement on the loud speaker (yes) to his famous request to get Krispy Kreme doughnuts in the shape of Olympic rings.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 3s

Dave Barnes: Navigating the Uncertainty of a Creative Life

Faith is an important part of Dave Barnes’ life, and it’s colored a lot of the choices he’s made in life. He discovered his passion of music at an early age, but it wasn’t always easy to navigate that career path. He discusses his journey through music and how he’s entering a new chapter of his life once again.Dave Barnes is a musician from Nashville, Tennessee. He and his family moved to Knoxville, TN at a young age, and he began studying music and performing at youth groups then at different universities as he got older. Now he’s released 10 studio albums with his latest coming out earlier this year. You can follow him on Twitter @davebarnesmusic  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1851m 59s

Christine McAlister: The DNA of Emotional Resilience

After losing a child, Christine McAlister’s life drastically changed. She discusses how to cope with grief, how emotional resilience is developed, and how it takes more than just yourself to make it through a tragedy.Christine McAlister is the Founder of LifeWithPassion.com. She provides business and success coaching for motivated, high-achieving entrepreneurs to quit or stay out of their 9-5 jobs and build freedom-based businesses.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1848m 43s

Best of: Finding What You Were Born to Do with Chris Guillebeau

How do we discover what we were born to do with our lives? Chris Guillebeau is an entrepreneur who has discovered his true calling, and he knows the keys of how to find that perfect path. Through learning lessons from mistakes, dead ends, and failures, he’s honed that process and never quit along the way.Chris Guillebeau is a New York Times best selling author and a modern day explorer. His most recent book is Born for This. During a lifetime of self-employment that included a four-year commitment as a volunteer executive in West Africa, he visited every country in the world (193 in total) before his 35th birthday. Since then he has modeled the proven definition of an entrepreneur: “Someone who will work 24 hours a day for themselves to avoid working one hour a day for someone else.”  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 36s

Aubrey Marcus: Own Your Day, Own Your Life

According to Aubrey Marcus, part of the problem with a lot of heath and fitness programs right now is that they have an overload of information and “plans.” Too many people fail on a 30 or 60-day plan. That’s why he came up with the idea of owning your life one day at a time and making each day the most incredible it can be.Aubrey Marcus is the founder and CEO of Onnit, one of the fastest-growing human performance companies in America. He is also the host of the celebrated Aubrey Marcus Podcast, a destination for conversations with the brightest minds in athletics, business, science, and more. You can follow him on Twitter @AubreyMarcus  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1851m 34s

Nikki Groom: Why Everyone Has a Story Worth Telling

What makes a story worth telling? According to Nikki Groom, all it takes is being transparent and “owning your story.” Whether that’s from a personal perspective or a business perspective, sharing your story is important and helps move your cause forward. And according to her, everyone has a story worth telling no matter how many people it may reach.Nikki Groom is a digital marketer, brand strategist, and content marketing expert for business leaders and entrepreneurs who want to build a successful business while making the world a better place. She is the host of Movement Makers, a podcast featuring in-depth conversations and unfiltered stories from business leaders and change agents who are making a difference on the planet, and founder of The 100 Stories Worth Telling Project. You can follow her on Twitter @nikkigroom  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 2s

Best of: Living a Life of Intention, Meaning and Purpose with AJ Leon

You should never stop asking for what you want. That’s one of the many things that AJ Leon discusses believes helps you to live a life of intention, meaning, and purpose. He tells his story about evacuating a life plan after it had gone horribly wrong, speaks about starting his company, the influence of Shakespeare in his life, and much more.AJ Leon is the founder of Misft Inc, and the author of The Life and Times of Remarkable Misfit. You can follow him on twitter @aljeon   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 10m

The Power of Transcendent Leadership and Conscious Capitalism with Fred Kofman

How do you get employees in a company to work their best? As a leader, it’s to promote the intelligent pursuit of happiness for all their workers. This is the heart of what Fred Kofman believes about business and economy, and he believes the individual is key above all.Fred Kofman is the author of Conscious Business: How to Build Value through Values. He is Google’s leadership development advisor, a director of the Conscious Leadership Center at the Monterrey Institute of Technology, a founder and president of the Conscious Business Center International. You can follow him on Twitter @fredkofman  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 4s

Shawn Askinosie: Generosity and Meaning as the Foundation for Our Work

Too often nowadays, companies and business owners focus on scale and growth at the expense of their happiness and health and their employees’ well-being. Shawn Askinosie has seen that, and he wants to rework the groundwork of how we operate. He believes generosity gives us greater meaning, and peace should drive our business model.In 2005, Shawn Askinosie left a successful career as a criminal defense lawyer to start a bean to bar chocolate factory and never looked back. Askinosie Chocolate is a small batch, award winning chocolate factory located in Springfield, Missouri, sourcing 100% of their beans directly from farmers. The only chocolate maker working directly with cocoa farmers on four continents, Shawn travels to regions of Ecuador, the Philippines and Tanzania to source cocoa beans for his chocolate.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 9s

Best of: Taking the Risk of a Career Do Over with Jon Acuff

It’s not ever easy to take a risk and completely change the direction your life is going, but that’s exactly where Jon Acuff found himself. He went from one career to a totally different one, and he knows the ingredients of what it takes to have a successful career do over. The Unmistakable Guide to Grit – Grit is how we bounce back from failure, work through the fear and uncertainty of chasing our dream. Learn how to develop yours with this free guide. Jon Acuff is the New York Times Bestselling author of five books including his most recent, Do Over: Make Today the First Day of Your New Career. For 19 years he’s helped some of the biggest brands in the world tell their story, including The Home Depot, Bose, Staples, and the Dave Ramsey Team. Most recently he’s spoken to hundreds of thousands of people at conferences, colleges, companies and churches. Featured regularly on national media, Jon has been seen on CNN, Fox News, Good Day LA and several other key outlets. It’s not ever easy to take a risk and completely change the direction your life is going, but that’s exactly where Jon Acuff found himself. He went from one career to a totally different one, and he knows the ingredients of what it takes to have a successful career do over. The Unmistakable Guide to Grit – Grit is how we bounce back from failure, work through the fear and uncertainty of chasing our dream. Learn how to develop yours with this free guide. Jon Acuff is the New York Times Bestselling author of five books including his most recent, Do Over: Make Today the First Day of Your New Career. For 19 years he’s helped some of the biggest brands in the world tell their story, including The Home Depot, Bose, Staples, and the Dave Ramsey Team. Most recently he’s spoken to hundreds of thousands of people at conferences, colleges, companies and churches. Featured regularly on national media, Jon has been seen on CNN, Fox News, Good Day LA and several other key outlets.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 36s

Susan Piver: The Four Noble Truths of Love

Susan Piver’s marriage was deeply in trouble. They had tried everything possible to try and fix their relationship, but her and her husband just couldn’t reconnect. It wasn’t until she leaned on her Buddhist faith and the Four Noble Truths of that religion that she realized there are Four Noble Truths of love as well, and that changed everything.Susan Piver is the New York Times bestselling author of eight books, including The Hard Questions, the award-winning How Not to Be Afraid of Your Own Life, and The Wisdom of a Broken Heart. Her newest book is The Four Noble Truths of Love. You can follow her on twitter @spiver  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 54s

Alex Banayan: The Quest to Uncover How the World’s Most Successful People Launched Their Careers

When he was growing up, Alex Banayan felt like it was his destiny to become a doctor. But once he got to college, he realized he wasn’t on the right path. Alex ended up going on The Price Is Right, winning, and using that money to go on a journey to track down the most successful people in the world and discover what they did to break through and launch their careers. He’s now one of the most successful businessmen in the US himself. Hear his story about discovery, risk-taking, and more.Alex Banayan is the author of The Third Door, the story of how he tracked down some of the most successful people in the world to uncover how they broke through and launched their careers. He has been named to Forbes’ 30 Under 30 list, Business Insider’s Most Powerful People Under 30, and been featured in major media including Fortune, Forbes, Businessweek, Bloomberg TV, Fox News, and CBS News. An acclaimed keynote speaker, Banayan has presented the Third Door framework to business conferences and corporate leadership teams around the world including Apple, Nike, IBM, Dell, MTV, Harvard, and countless others. You can find him on Twitter at @AlexBanayan  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1858m 7s

Best of: Giving Unconditionally to Grow Exponentially with Phillip Mckernan

According to Phillip Mckernan, one of the world’s deepest tragedies is that we don’t believe in ourselves. “We don’t put value on our own skin,” he says. Giving back to people and giving back to the world is a profound way to make change and grow, but you can’t grow if you ignore the impact that giving makes. He talks about how giving is a way to help find out more about yourself and why we need to create less busyness and distractions in our lives. HoneyBook – HoneyBook powers creative entrepreneurs by taking care of things like business management, invoicing, payment processing, and more, so you can do more of what you love. Get 30% off your first year of HoneyBook at honeybook.com/unmistakable. Phillip Mckernan is a speaker, coach and creator of the film Give and Grow: A Journey to Uncover Your Gift According to Phillip Mckernan, one of the world’s deepest tragedies is that we don’t believe in ourselves. “We don’t put value on our own skin,” he says. Giving back to people and giving back to the world is a profound way to make change and grow, but you can’t grow if you ignore the impact that giving makes. He talks about how giving is a way to help find out more about yourself and why we need to create less busyness and distractions in our lives. HoneyBook – HoneyBook powers creative entrepreneurs by taking care of things like business management, invoicing, payment processing, and more, so you can do more of what you love. Get 30% off your first year of HoneyBook at honeybook.com/unmistakable. Phillip Mckernan is a speaker, coach and creator of the film Give and Grow: A Journey to Uncover Your Gift  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 38s

Sasha Heinz: Taking Human Performance From Good to Great

Sasha Heinz took inspiration from her time in athletics for her approach as a life coach in psychology. An actual coach in any sport doesn’t approach a player as someone who’s broken and needs fixed; they view them as a person who is whole and just needs to be taken from good to great. And that’s the approach she takes to psychology. Hear her story, how she developed her approach and uses it now, and more.Sasha Heinz is a developmental psychologist, life coach, and founder of The Science of Unstuck.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 0m

Challenging the Cultural Narratives of Motherhood and Addiction with Janelle Hanchett

Janelle Hanchett wasn’t sure if she was crazy or the rest of the world was when she became a mother. She saw all the ideals and characters of “motherhood” and realized she didn’t fit hardy any of them. So she began her blog, Renegade Mothering, to see if others felt that same way. She attempts to break down the cultural narratives of what being a mother truly is, and she discusses her addictive past as well.Janelle Hanchett created the blog Renegade Mothering in 2011 to determine if the rest of the mothering world was crazy or she was. She invited readers to join her in “the fight against helpful parenting advice” and wrote candidly about the darker sides of motherhood, including her own recovery from alcoholism. She’s the author of I’m Just Happy to Be Here as well.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1855m 15s

Best of: Peak Performance and the Science of Expertise with Anders Ericsson

When you think of the idea of “deliberate practice” and the study around that concept, one name comes to mind: Anders Ericsson. He shared with us his thoughts on what that is, how we use that to attain peak performance, and the importance of teachers in our lives.K. Anders Ericsson is a Swedish psychologist and Conradi Eminent Scholar and Professor of Psychology at Florida State University who is internationally recognized as a researcher in the psychological nature of expertise and human performance. He’s also the author of Peak: The New Science of Expertise  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1851m 7s

Jonathan Kis-Lev: Developing the Confidence to Master Your Creative Craft

Growing up, Jonathan Kis-Lev was very active in Israeli society and was very against the pro-military culture of his society. He’s grown stronger in his convictions since his youth, and he’s a peace activist now. He used those experiences and his pursuit of a creative career to grow and shape his confidence in himself and what he can do for the world.Jonathan Kis-Lev is an Israeli award-winning author, artist, and peace activist. He is the author of five novels and 10 nonfiction books and is the winner of the Bamahane Prize for Literature.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 3m

David Burkus: Understanding the Hidden Networks That Can Transform our Lives and Our Careers

Networking is about far more than collecting business cards at events or increasing the number of connections you have on LinkedIn. It’s about relationships. Within all of our relationships are hidden networks that have the potential transform our lives and careers. We are all in the words of David Burkus “a friend of friend.” David Burkus is a best-selling author, a sought after speaker, and associate professor of leadership and innovation at Oral Roberts University. His newest book, Friend of a Friend, offers readers a new perspective on how to grow their networks and build key connections—one based on the science of human behavior, not rote networking advice. He’s delivered keynotes to the leaders of Fortune 500 companies and the future leaders of the United States Naval Academy. His TED talk has been viewed over 1.8 million times and he is a regular contributor to Harvard Business Review.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 54s

Best of: Unconventional Wisdom on Habits and Happiness with Gretchen Rubin

Gretchen Rubin has been a writer for the last 10 years. Her last three books have focused on how we can make ourselves happier, healthier and more productive. In this episode, she shares unconventional wisdom on becoming happier and developing habits.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 19s

Naveen Jain: The Business and Mindset Blueprint of a Billionaire

Naveen Jain has built multiple successful businesses across different industries. With a combination of the right mindset and a mission to solve problems that reach over a billion people, he’s tackling some of humanity’s most significant challenges. In this episode, you’ll learn about the importance of space travel, how we improve the healthcare system, and how we design the education system of the future.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 7m

Amber Rae: Choose Wonder Over Worry

Amber Rae came into the world with a lot of wonder. But that shifted into worry, which was influenced by the need for validation and approval from certain peers. After building a life and career that looked successful on paper, she decided to follow her curiosity, choose herself, and choose wonder.AMBER RAE is an author, artist, and speaker devoted to inspiring people to express the fullness of their gifts. Mind Body Green called her “The Brené Brown of Wonder.” Previously, Amber helped launch six best-selling books as Chief Evangelist of Seth Godin’s publishing experiment and started an “accelerator for your life” called The Bold Academy. She lives in Brooklyn and around the world. She’s the author of Choose Wonder Over Worry: Move Beyond Fear and Doubt to Unlock Your Full Potential.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1857m 19s

Best of: The Future of Happiness with Amy Blankson

The question no longer is whether or not technology is good or bad for us; it’s now “What do we do with it?” And there’s nobody in the world right now who can better answer that question than Amy Blankson. Through technology, Blankson has been working on implementing positive psychology strategies in new and inventive ways. Take a listen to hear how she does that and how she views the new technology in our lives!Amy Blankson is the only person to be named a Point of Light by two Presidents (President Bush and President Clinton). She received a Presidential appointment to serve a five-year term on the Board of Directors of the Corporation for National Service and was one of the youngest delegates to the Presidents’ Summit for America’s Future. Amy received her BA from Harvard and MBA from Yale School of Management. In 2007, she co-founded GoodThink to bring the science of happiness to life for organizations and individuals. She is currently doing research in partnership with Google to determine how to make positive psychology strategies stick and create sustainable positive change. She serves as a Visioneer for the Xprize Foundation for Personal Health and was a featured professor in Oprah’s Happiness course. Amy is the author of two books: Ripple’s Effect and The Future of Happiness: 5 Modern Strategies to Balance Productivity and Well-being in the Digital Era.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 49s

Ben Feder: Rethinking Our Definition of Success

Life doesn’t always go how you anticipate. Ben Feder was living the business dream and was on top of the corporate world, but something didn’t feel right. Despite him being at the top his game in his field, he made a dramatic shift in life and discovered what it truly means to be “successful” in life in the process.Ben Feder is senior executive at Tencent, the Chinese global conglomerate that owns WeChat and dominates China’s internet-related media and technology industries. He was CEO of Take Two Interactive, the successful video game company, before that. He’s the author of Take Off Your Shoes.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1842m 38s

JT McCormick: How the Son of Pimp Became a CEO

You wouldn’t think someone who grew up in poverty and with an abusive father — who was also a pimp — would end up becoming a successful president and CEO. But that’s the story of JT McCormick. He used lessons he learned as a child, in his first job cleaning toilets, and in how his father treated others to become the man he is now.JT McCormick was raised poor and is the son of a pimp. He’s now the President & CEO at Book in a Box and was the President of technology company HeadSpring previously. He’s also the author of I Got There: How I Overcame Racism, Poverty, and Abuse to Achieve the American Dream.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 38s

Best of: Think Better and Live Longer With Ben Greenfield

Everyone wants to perform better and optimize their life so they can live better and longer. Well, Ben Greenfield has figured out ways to do all that. Whether it’s via bio-feedback, “smart drugs,” or specialized breathing, he’s living a more enhanced life and working towards thinking better and living longer. He shares his experiences with us and tells how we can all improve our lives!Ben Greenfield graduated high school at 15 and began college at 16. He was a tennis player in college and spent four years studying anatomy, physiology, biomechanics, pharmaceuticals, microbiology, biochemistry and nutrition, eventually rising to the top of his class, completing an internship at Duke University and the National Football League, then graduating in 2004 at 20 years old as the top senior in his class at University of Idaho. He’s now the founder and CEO of Kion and author of the best-selling book Beyond Training.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1851m 47s

Best of: Journey to the Crossroads of Should and Must with Elle Luna

Elle Luna was rejected from every law school she applied to. After that, she stood at a crossroads between what she felt “should” do and what she “must” do. But thanks to a recurring dream that led to a life-changing painting, she was able to find her calling. Take a listen to her story of overcoming adversity, trusting in her community, and how following her “must” changed her life!Elle Luna is a designer, painter and writer. She also runs a textile venture, the Bulan Project., a collaboration with master batik artists in Bali, and has previously worked at international design firm IDEO and with teams to build Mailbox’s iPhone App, redesign Uber’s iPhone App and scale the storytelling platform Medium.  You can follow her on twitter @elleluna.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 29s

Nataly Kogan: How to Stop Chasing Perfection and Embrace Every Day Moments

Growing up a refugee, Nataly Kogan learned all about suffering as a child. She was raised to believe that the only way good things could happen or that she could achieve success was through hard work and suffering first. But through years and years of study and redoing that thought process, she’s learned that suffering isn’t always necessary for happiness. She shares her thoughts about happiness, starting her company Happier, the science behind kindness, and more with us.Nataly Kogan came to the United States as a refugee when she was 13, and she’s become a successful entrepreneur and venture capitalist in her career. She’s the co-founder and CEO of Happier Inc.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 46s

Best of: Making the Impossible Possible with Tim Ferriss

Do you want to truly make the impossible, well, possible? Tim Ferriss visited with us to talk about how to do just that. He discusses how to compensate for your weaknesses and capitalize on your strengths while developing new skills along the way. Make your “impossible” dreams become reality!Timothy Ferriss has been listed as one of Fast Company’s “Most Innovative Business People”, Forbes Magazine’s “Names You Need to Know,” and is the 7th “most powerful” personality on Newsweek’s Digital 100 Power Index for 2012. He is an angel investor/advisor (Uber, Facebook, Twitter, Evernote, and 20+ more) and author of The Four Hour Work Week, The Four Hour Chef, and The Four Hour Body.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1858m 58s

Gabriel Wyner: How to be Fluent Forever

Gabriel Wyner was best known for his opera singing, but he moved on from that and now focuses on helping people become fluent in foreign languages. But he doesn’t just teach languages to people through typical means; he helps people comprehend those languages in much easier, more intuitive ways. Hear his story about transitioning from one career to the next, how humans learn language, and more!Gabriel Wyner graduated summa cum laude from USC (where he won the school’s Renaissance Award) with degrees in mechanical engineering and vocal arts, and has gone on to distinguish himself as an opera singer. He intends to learn one language a year for the rest of his life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 23s

Amy Birks: Building a Hustle-Free Business

When you think of a successful business person, do you think of someone who dropped out of school and hates “hustle” in work? Well you should, because that’s Amy Birks. She’s a hugely successful business strategist who wants to take all the unnecessary work out of life and help you create a “hustle-free” business. Hear about her journey to her career, her “GPS brain” and how it works, how becoming a mother changed what she brings to her life, and more!Amy Birks is a business strategist for entrepreneurs. She’s the author of The Hustle-Free Business and calls herself the “Strategy Ninja.”  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1848m 44s

Best of: Connecting with Your Voice to Create Work that Matters with Brad Montague

When Brad Montague created Kid President, he didn’t anticipate how successful it would become. But to him, the process of creating that series revealed to him the importance of messengers in our lives, how small moments can create spectacular encouragement, and much more. Hear his story as he shares with us all about that project and more!Brad Montague is the creator and co-producer of Kid President and founder of Love in Stereo.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1845m 25s

Jeffrey Zimmerman: The Profound Power of Synchronicity

What is synchronicity? And how does it pertain to your physical and mental health? Jeffrey Zimmerman has studied synchronicity and knows about how person being out of sync within themselves can hurt both their physical and mental well being. He shared with us his knowledge of energy, health, science, and more!Jeffrey C. Zimmerman is a doctor of oriental medicine. He equips modern day people with the secrets of western science and ancient Chinese practices to create extraordinary results.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1846m 2s

Kelly Ruta: Cultivating Awareness of Our Own Greatness

Kelly Ruta grew up with severe depression and was even suicidal. At the time, she did not see any greatness within her. But as she got older, she began to realize that everyone, not just herself, has some sort of greatness inside them, and she wanted to help others develop the tools to find that within them. She shares her story with us and discusses how she helps people cultivate that awareness of their own power and worth.Kelly Ruta is a seasoned therapist-turned-millionaire-mindset mentor for female entrepreneurs. She teaches female entrepreneurs how to take back their personal power and become true leaders of businesses they are in love with by learning to master their mindset.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 24s

Best of: Coaching to Create Behavioral Change and Great Work with Michael Bungay Stanier

Michael Bungay Stanier is a Rhodes Scholar who founded the company Box of Crayons. His main objective in his career is to help companies and managers go from doing good work to great work, and he’s become extremely successful at doing just that. He shares with us his thoughts on how to do that, how to change behaviors for maximum performance, and more!Michael Bungay Stanier is the Senior Partner of Box of Crayons. His company is best known for their coaching programs that help time-crunched managers coach in 10 minutes or less. He’s written a number of books, the best known of which is Do More Great Work, created a series of short internet videos that have been seen by millions of people around the world, and organized the Great Work MBA, a virtual conference that had 10,000 registrants. He’s proudest of the book End Malaria, a collection of essays about Great Work from thought leaders that has raised $400,000 for Malaria No More.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1857m 41s

Jennifer Gottlieb: Taking Off the Masks We Wear

Throughout her life, Jen Gottlieb has gone down several different paths. She’s been an actress on television, performed on stage, and is now a personal fitness trainer. But through those shifts, she began to realize something: She was putting up a front to the world. Hear Jen talk about her story and how and why she decided to remove the mask she had been wearing for so long.Jennifer Gottlieb is an actress and personal trainer based in New York City.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 1s

Kate Swoboda: The Courage Habit

Kate Swoboda grew up in a split household. Her mother was very liberal and her father was very conservative. The experiences from her childhood because of that shaped her perspective on life. Now she’s a life coach and the creator of the Courageous Living Program. Hear what she believes forms courageous habits, why people shy away from the idea of life coaches, and more in our latest episode!Kate Swoboda is the author of the Courageous Living Program, founder of the Courageous Living Coach Certification Program and creator of YourCourageousLife.com.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 57s

Best of: Spending Now to Increase Your True Wealth Forever with Michael Ellsberg

It may seem counter-intuitive at first to spend money in order to increase your wealth and financial stability, but that’s just what Michael Ellsberg wants you to do. And he has plenty of reasons why that’s the case. He joins us to discuss education, not ignoring your “light bulb moments,” developing superskills to increase your earning, and much more!Michael Ellsberg is the author of “The Last Safe Investment: Spending Now to Increase Your True Wealth Forever,” and The Education of Millionaires: It’s Not What You Think, and It’s Not Too Late, both published by Penguin/Portfolio  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1855m 56s

Daniel Coyle: The Secrets of Highly Successful Teams

Daniel Coyle was originally setting out to study individual success and development with athletes when one moment changed the entire trajectory of his life. After witnessing a small, simple moment with a tennis instructor and an athlete, Daniel decided to study what makes teams successful and how they can run at peak efficiency with a “group brain” like in the case with Seal Team Six and others. Hear what makes highly successful teams click and hear his story in our latest episode!Daniel Coyle is the New York Times best-selling author of The Talent Code, The Little Book of Talent, and The Culture Code. He is the winner of the 2012 William Hill Sports Book of the Year Prize for The Secret Race.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1844m 18s

Joe Brown: The Power of Purpose

The word “purpose” gets used a lot in the modern day. But so few people have done the research behind that word to truly know what finding it actually means. Joe Brown has done that work, and he has the results to back it up. Hear his story about how “purpose” can radically change your life and help you become more productive at work, in your relationships, and more!Joe Brown leads teams in designing new products & services and helps companies build the muscles to do that work themselves. He is a senior design lead and business designer at IDEO and his one and only patent is for a frozen novelty dessert.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1834m 25s

Best of: Igniting Change through Speeches, Stories, Ceremonies and Symbols with Nancy Duarte

Nancy Duarte went from being a college dropout to being invited back to that same university to speak there. She knows the power of speech and telling stories, and she discussed with us how to make change happen with those tools. People like Martin Luther King Jr., Steve Jobs, and others have used these very same tools, and Nancy shares them with you in our latest episode.Nancy Duarte is a communication expert who has been featured in Fortune, Forbes, Fast Company, Wired, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Economist, LA Times and on CNN. Her firm, Duarte, Inc., is the global leader behind some of the most influential visual messages in business and culture. The largest design agency in the Silicon Valley, and 5th largest woman-owned employer, Duarte, Inc. is estimated to have created more than a quarter of a million presentations. She’s also the author of Illuminate: Ignite Change Through Speeches, Stories, Ceremonies, and Symbols.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 13s

Martyn Sibley: From Disability to Possibility

Martyn Sibley has spinal muscular atrophy. He’s lived with his condition his entire life, but he hasn’t let it that hold him back from accomplishing great things in his life. He runs Disability Horizons, has authored a book, and his vision is to live in a world without barriers, prejudice, or discrimination. Hear his story and the journey he’s taken in life in our latest episode!Martyn Sibley runs Disability Horizons, is the author of Everything is Possible, and has a degree in Economics and a Masters in Marketing.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 8s

Allen Brouwer: Becoming Your Best Self

Allen Brouwer grew up with an alcoholic father and lost his mother to cancer at a young age. He was directionless in his youth, but he was able to overcome the obstacles life threw at him and partnered with a friend to create the successful SELF Journal. Hear his story and what he believes are the keys for everyone to become their best selves in our latest episode!Allen Brouwer is the co-founder of BestSelf.Co, a creative marketer, and a scale and growth mentor.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1841m 38s

Best of: Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job with Patrick Mcginnis

Beginning a startup business can be a daunting task. Most believe you have to drop everything else you’re doing in your life and focus everything on starting that business. But according to Patrick McGinnis, that doesn’t have to be the case. Listen to our latest episode to hear how you can get started in a business without having to quit your day job!Patrick J. McGinnis is a venture capitalist and private equity investor who founded Dirigo Advisors, after a decade on Wall Street, to provide strategic advice to investors, entrepreneurs, and fast growing businesses. In this capacity, he has worked in a range of settings, from building startups from the ground up in Silicon Valley to acting as an expert consultant to the World Bank in Latin America, Africa, and the Middle East. As a 10% Entrepreneur, he has built a diverse portfolio of investments outside of his day job. He is also the author of The 10% Entrepreneur.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 38s

Kelly Sheets: The Impact of Internal Awareness

So many people don’t have an awareness of their internal thoughts, functions, and struggles. Kelly Sheets seeks to help people discover themselves internally and be more present in their lives. She believes in curiosity, playfulness, kindness, and creativity. Hear her story and the impact that internal awareness can have in your life in our latest episode!Kelly Sheets is a former gymnast and now helps clients reach their potential through meditation, self awareness, curiosity, and creativity. She’s the creator of the Curiosity Experiment and offers several services on her website.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1845m 18s

Leah Weiss: Leveraging Mindfulness and Compassion for Leadership

Leah Weiss studies and practices how mindfulness and compassion affect leadership in businesses and every day life. She spoke with us about the effects those two simple factors have on leaders and workers, gave us her thoughts on education and what needs to change in it, and much more in our latest episode!Leah Weiss is a teacher, researcher, and meditation expert at Stanford University specializing in the application of mindfulness and compassion in secular contexts. She’s the author of How We Work: Live Your Purpose, Reclaim Your Sanity, and Embrace the Daily Grind.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1845m 18s

Best of: How to Become a Positive Broadcaster with Michelle Gielan

You don’t have to work at a news outlet to be a broadcaster. At least not according to former CBS News anchor Michele Gielan. She believes we’re all broadcasters in our own lives, and she wants everyone to be a positive broadcaster for themselves. Listen to her story and hear her explain how we’re all broadcasters in our every day lives, why we miss the meaning of certain moments, her 7 strategies for being more influential in a positive way, and more!Michelle Gielan, national CBS News anchor turned positive psychology researcher, is the bestselling author of Broadcasting Happiness. Michelle holds a Master of Applied Positive Psychology from the University of Pennsylvania, and her research and advice have received attention from The New York Times, Washington Post, FORBES, CNN, FOX, and Harvard Business Review.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1846m 41s

Kathleen Janus: Social Start-Up Success

What exactly does it take to make a social startup a success? Kathleen Janus has seen the successes and failures of many social startups, and she’s learned from her own experiences, lessons learned from people like Oprah, and much more. She’s come up with five strategies for success, and she has figured out the common factors among most successful startups. Hear her story, what she’s discovered about social startups, and much more!Kathleen Kelly Janus is a social entrepreneur, author and lecturer at Stanford University’s Program on Social Entrepreneurship. She’s the author of Social Startup Success.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1848m 1s

Jeff Warren: Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics

Meditation can accomplish many things for many different people, and Jeff Warren has experienced that firsthand. Despite having attention issues, Jeff has been able to use meditation effectively and has studied it and its affects on people for years. Hear his theories on meditation, how it’s most effective, and much more in our latest episode!Jeff Warren is a meditation teacher and a writer. He’s the author of The Head Trip and co-author of Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1844m 43s

Best of: Counterintuitive Lessons on Non-Conformity with Adam Grant

Have you ever noticed that the idea of non-conformity is a bit of a paradox? Adam Grant has, and he’s also noticed several other things that go along with that mindset. Listen to our discussion with him about getting comfortable with ideas that people may not agree with, developing confidence in yourself as a learner, overcoming fear of failure, and much more!Adam Grant is Wharton’s top-rated professor and a New York Times writer on work and psychology. He has been recognized as one of the world’s 25 most influential management thinkers, HR’s most influential international thinkers, the world’s 40 best business professors under 40, and Malcolm Gladwell’s favorite thinkers. Previously, he was a record-setting advertising director, a junior Olympic springboard diver, and a professional magician.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1857m 4s

Kristen Ulmer: Changing Your Relationship with Fear

When she was a professional extreme skier, Kristen Ulmer was labeled as “fearless” and “fierce.” But at the time, she says she had a very toxic relationship with fear, both loving and hating it while having an addiction to it. That passionate addiction led to PTSD, injuries, and more. Kristen quit skiing and decided to study fear, and she’s discovered things about fear that others haven’t realized before. Hear her theories behind fear, embracing it and your emotions rather than always controlling them, and more!Kristen Ulmer is a professional extreme skier who retired in 2003 to study and teach about “fear.” She’s the author of The Art of Fear: Why Conquering Fear Won’t Work and What to Do Instead.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 20s

Selena Soo: How an Introvert Impacts Millions

How is it that someone who feels uncomfortable in groups of even just three people can have an impact on millions of people worldwide? That’s the story of Selena Soo. She’s been an introvert her whole life and struggles with public speaking and talking with large groups, but she’s one of the most successful business and publicity strategists around. How is this possible? Hear her story in our latest episode!Selena Soo is a business and publicity strategist. She helps experts, authors, and coaches who are looking to make it big both online and in the mainstream. She’s the founder of S2 Group, a consultancy group focused on marketing and publicity. Check out her video on how to become the ultimate expert  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 42s

Best of: The Neuroscience of Flow with Steven Kotler

How is it that some of the greatest minds in history seem to have otherworldly focus and can get into a rhythm unlike others? Steven Kotler knows why, and it has to do with “flow.” There are 20 triggers that can help drive attention into the “right here, right now” and help lead you into that flow. And all of those triggers are far more obvious than you might imagine. Hear Steven’s story and how focus can lead to flow!Steven Kotler is a New York Times bestselling author, award winning journalist and the co-founder of The Flow Genome Project  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1846m 3s

Vincent Pugliese: The Profound Beauty of a Blank Canvas

Most people have their “existential crisis” about not knowing what they want to do with their lives before or during college. Vincent Pugliese had his in his mid-20s. He had moved back with his family after being caught stealing, and things were very strained for him and his relationships. But he used that failure and pain to wipe the slate clean, and he discovered his passion in the process.Vincent Pugliese is a professional sports photographer and author. He’s photographed Super Bowls, Stanley Cups, Presidents, and much more in his career. He’s also the author of Freelance to Freedom.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1845m 2s

Coss Marte: From Drug Kingpin to Startup Founder

Coss Marte grew up without a stable family and turned to selling drugs to make money. He grew his business and was a kingpin on the streets of New York. But then his operation was busted, and he was thrown in prison. Marte used his time in prison to change his personality and life, and once he was released in 2013, he was on a new track. Hear about his transformation and how he became the founder of ConBody in our latest episode!Coss Marte is a former drug kingpin who served time in prison for dealing drugs. He was released in 2013, and now he’s the founder of ConBody, a “prison-style boot camp” and has trained several celebrities and stunt actors.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1857m 3s

Best of: Unlearning Everything You Know About Business with David Heinemeier Hansson

Business has adapted and evolved over the decades, and practices that were considered successful even just 10 years ago aren’t necessarily the best practices for now. David Heinemeier Hansson learned this while in business school, and he began the process of creating his own business practices from scratch. Hear his story, why he broke free from the norm, and how it led to the major success he’s had now.David Heinemeier Hansson is the creator of Ruby on Rails, founder & CTO at Basecamp (formerly 37signals), best-selling author, Le Mans class-winning racing driver, public speaker, hobbyist photographer, and family man.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 2m

Sudeshna Sen: Portraying and Preserving Cultural Heritage

How do you go about preserving and portraying such a deep and complex culture such as Indian culture? That’s the issue that faces filmmaker and photographer Sudeshna Sen. But she’s embraced it and wants to make sure that culture is portrayed correctly in media. Her story involves breaking cultural norms and studying Japanese literature in college, branching out to film making, and much, much more. Take a listen to her journey in our latest episode!Sudeshna Sen is a filmmaker and photographer. She studied Japanese literature in college and has a degree in that field.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 33s

Rosalind Wiseman: Overcoming the Relentless Pressure of Perfectionism and Social Status

Middle and high school is a pressure-packed time full of constant rejection and stress. Rosalind Wiseman is a parenting educator and is famously the author of the book that was the basis of the film Mean Girls. She’s dealt with the psychology of grade school kids for years and knows the difficulties of navigating that world. Take a listen to her thoughts and concerns about the world in which these young people live in our latest episode!Rosalind Wiseman is a parenting educator and author of several publications. She’s the author of the New York Times best-selling book Queen Bees and Wannabes, which was the basis for the film Mean Girls.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 56s

Best of: How Leaders Build a Team of Teams with Chris Fussell

As a Navy SEAL, Chris Fussell learned a great deal about teamwork and how to best help those around him. From boot camp to full fledged missions, he saw how effective teamwork helped everyone succeed and how bad teamwork led to failure. He learned how to form smaller teams within a main team and how to optimize operating rhythm within those teams. Take a listen to his story and see how you can become a more effective team leader and build smaller teams within a team!Chris Fussell is a former Navy SEAL Officer and a Partner at McChrystal Group. He leads the McChrystal Group Leadership Institute, bringing his Special Operations experience and his expertise in cross-functional collaboration and knowledge sharing to help develop leaders and build effective teams within large, dispersed organizations. He’s also the best-selling author of Team of Teams.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 8s

Speaking the Secret Language of Your Ideal Customer with Jeffrey Shaw

Understanding your customers is the key to success in any business. Jeffrey Shaw has cultivated that understanding throughout the years, and he knows how to best approach his customers and speak their language through lingo. Hear his story about starting his photography and media venture, learning the hard way that he needed to shift his base, and more in our latest episode!Jeffrey Shaw is a new media artist and researcher. He is a portrait photographer, speaker, and author of LINGO: Discover Your Ideal Customer’s Secret Language and Make Your Business Irresistible   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 25s

Creating a Life of Unforgettable Memories with George Lange

George Lange has been photographing almost every day of his life since he was seven. His father got him started in the field, and he fell in love with it early on. He’s photographed celebrities, presidents, and many, many others. George has the ability to capture someone’s personality with one simple photo and can tell a story with just a few, and his unique style has set him apart from the rest. Hear his story in our latest episode!George Lange is a professional photography and founder of Lange Studio. He’s photographed celebrities like Aretha Franklin, Glenn Beck, actors, several presidents, and many others.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 15s

Best of: Building Unshakable Mental Toughness with Graham Betchart

Graham Betchart has coached several world class athletes on the art of mental toughness and control. He’s learned through various practices how to get people to become vulnerable, focus on only what they can control, and to “play present.” Hear his story and how he views the psychology behind performance and mental toughness in our latest episode!Graham Betchart is a sports psychologist/mental skills coach and current director of training for Lucid Performance. He has coached multiple No. 1 overall picks in the NBA, including Andrew Wiggins, Karl Anthony-Towns, and Ben Simmons.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 59s

Dorie Clark: The Role of Consistency in Entrepreneurship

Getting started can often be the hardest part in accomplishing something. But starting is the key, and establishing consistency is the biggest tool to success. Dorie Clark understands this and has applied it to her own life. Take a listen to her story about realizing her own sexuality, her rise to success, and more in our latest episode!Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant, professional speaker, and frequent contributor to the Harvard Business Review  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 30s

Todd Henry: Becoming the Leader Creative People Need

How do you control a force that doesn’t want to be controlled? That’s the difficulty in trying to be a leader for a creative person. But Todd Henry, founder of Accidental Creative and author of several books, knows the keys to being the the type of leader that creative people crave and need. Take a listen to his ideas on creativity and leadership in our latest episode!Todd is the founder of Accidental Creative, a company that helps creative people and teams generate brilliant ideas. He regularly speaks and consults with companies about how to develop practices and systems that lead to everyday brilliance. His books have been translated into more than a dozen languages, and he speaks internationally on creativity, productivity, leadership, and passion for work.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1853m 19s

Best of: Redefining What it Means to be a Man with Brett McKay

To Brett McKay, the definition of “what it means to be a man” has taken a turn for the worst and is now a caricature of what it was even just seven or eight decades ago. He was inspired by a visit to his local bookstore when he was frustrated by the quality of the men’s magazines there to start The Art of Manliness. Hear what he thinks makes a “real man” and why he wants to change the definition!Brett McKay is the founder and editor-in-chief of The Art of Manliness and author of The Illustrated Art of Manliness: The Essential How-To Guide  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 41s

Anna Yusim: The Psychology of Fulfillment

How do we find fulfillment in our lives? What’s the best way for us to discover that elusive feeling? Dr. Anna Yusim has been studying the psychology behind achieving fulfillment, and she’s learned one of the best ways is through the science of spirituality. Take a listen to our latest episode and hear how spirituality and learning more about yourself can lead to a happy, more meaningful life.Dr. Anna Yusim is a psychiatrist who uses the science of spirituality to transform depression, anxiety, addictions, and fear by awakening authenticity, embracing spirituality, and connecting people to their souls. She is the author of Fulfilled: How the Science of Spirituality Can Help You Live a Happier, More Meaningful Life  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1856m 52s

Nick Notas: The Foundation of Meaningful Connections

Dating can be scary. For both men and women. But Nick Notas is here to help men realize that dating is more than just trying to form a physical connection, and sometimes their inability to form those deep, meaningful connections is because of some deep seated fear or lack of self-esteem. Nick is a relationship and confidence coach for men, and he understands the complexities of relationships and how and why some men have problems forming healthy ones.Nick Notas is a dating and confidence coach for men. He’s helped thousands of men conquer their fears, build genuine self-esteem, and develop charismatic social skills for the last 10 years.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1857m 37s

Best of: Reinventing the American Dream with Courtney Martin

For decades, there’s been one, big definition of “the American Dream.” But Courtney Martin doesn’t buy in to that, and she believes instead of the American Dream being financial success and the “white picket fence,” it’s developing healthy relationships and finding your success through the deep, genuine relationships you form. Hear her theories on her new definition of success and more in our latest episode!Courtney Martin is an entrepreneur, columnist at On Being and author of The New Better Off: Reinventing the American Dream   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1855m 15s

Jason Connell: The Art of Powerful Communication

Jason Connell grew up performing as a magician as a child, and he developed some scars from those years but also learned lessons about performance and communication. Now he helps professional entertainers, athletes, executives, politicians, psychologists, and many more find authentic confidence, self-love, and new levels of personal integrity. Hear his journey and how he’s nurtured his ability to communicate in our latest episode!Jason Connell is a writer, speaker, and former magician. He writes about leadership, personal development, self-compassion, and finding the courage to truly live while you’re alive.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1841m 34s

Lucy Bellwood: Defining Creative Success

What is creative success? For Lucy Bellwood, there is no singular, one definition for that success. For her, it’s a nebulous thing that is different for nearly everyone. Some view it as financial success while others view it as peace of mind. Hear her story about growing up in an immigrant culture, her adventures on the sea, and her role as a cartoonist in our latest episode!Lucy Bellwood is an adventurous cartoonist-for-hire working out of Helioscope in Portland, Oregon. She is the creator of Baggywrinkles: a Lubber’s Guide to Life at Sea and likes making comics about boats.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1848m 7s

Best of: How to Live a Good Life with Jonathan Fields

Rather than approaching life and moments with the mindset of “I must succeed,” Jonathan Fields believes we should be searching for growth and learning in our experiences. He’s the creator of The Good Life Project, and he has three main components of what it takes to try and lead a “good life.” Hear his story and how you can set out on that path in our latest episode!Jonathan Fields is an entrepreneur, host of The Good Life Project, and the author of How to Live a Good Life.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 4s

Scott Stabile: The Power of Living with a Wide Open Heart

We sometimes close our hearts off for various reasons. Whether it’s because of a traumatic event, losing someone close to us, or any other number of reasons, we are very prone to buying in to the “Doomsday scenarios” our mind creates. Scott Stabile knows all about that, but he’s learned how to live life with an open heart. Hear his story about how his parents were killed, joining a cult, making the decision to leave, and discovering how to open up his heart along the way.Scott Stabile is a self-help writer and speaker. He’s the author of several books, and his most recent work is Big Love: The Power of Living with a Wide-Open Heart  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 43s

Dan Millman: The Way of the Peaceful Warrior

Dan Millman is a gymnast, martial artist, yoga enthusiast, and now an author of 17 different books. But Millman’s Way of the Peaceful Warrior, which was also adapted into a film, is his most popular book, and in it he tells the story of how one man motivated and influenced him to find the purpose within his life. Hear his story in our latest episode!Dan Millman is a former world champion athlete, coach, martial arts instructor, and college professor, and author of Way of the Peaceful Warrior (adapted to film in 2006), and numerous other books read by millions of people in 29 languages.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1855m 12s

Best of: Living a Life of Intention, Meaning and Purpose with AJ Leon

You should never stop asking for what you want. That’s one of the many things that AJ Leon discusses in our latest episode while talking about how to live a life of intention, meaning, and purpose. He tells his story about evacuating a life plan after it had gone horribly wrong, speaks about starting his company, Shakespeare, and much more.AJ Leon is the founder of Misft Inc, and the author of The Life and Times of Remarkable Misfit. You can follow him on twitter @aljeon   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 10m

Meera Lee Patel: Fear and Finding Magic in the Unknown

The unknown doesn’t have to be a dark, scary place. According to Meera Lee Patel, it can be a fantastic place where you can find yourself and your creativity. She believes everyone has creativity inside them; it’s just a matter of being able to find it and sift through the darker times and the unknown. Listen to her story and how she turned the unknowns in her life into the creativity and art she does today.Meera Lee Patel is a self-taught artist who is now an author and illustrator. She just released her second book, My Friend Fear, and her first book is Start Where You Are  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1845m 30s

Eric Gorges: A Craftsman’s Legacy

Eric Gorges grew up not caring about school and then developed a panic disorder early on in his professional life. It got to the point where his panic and anxiety made him nearly agoraphobic. But he was able to overcome that obstacle and get back to his craftsman roots from his childhood, and now he’s gone on to be a successful businessman and host of popular television series. Hear his story on our latest episode!Eric Gorges is the owner of Voodoo Choppers and host of the TV show A Craftsman’s Legacy, which airs on Mondays and Fridays  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1841m 5s

Best of: Creating Work That’s Impossible to Resist with Sally Hogshead

How can you “fall in love” with your work? Sally Hogshead knows how, and she’s spoken with neuroradiologists about the way the brain works when someone is “in the flow” and in a state of fascination. And to them, it looks the same as when someone is falling in love. That’s the kind of work you should be pursuing, and Sally discusses that and more in this episode!Over the course of her ad career, Sally Hogshead has won hundreds of awards for creativity, copywriting and branding, and was one of the most awarded advertising copywriters right from start of career. She is the creator of the Fascination Advantage assessment: the world’s first personality assessment that measures what makes someone fascinating. Unlike the Myers-Briggs type indicator or the StrengthsFinder test, this assessment is not about how you see the world–it’s how the world sees you.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1844m 3s

Suzy Batiz: Curiosity as a Creative Super Power

Suzy Batiz almost didn’t get to realize her creative potential. She nearly committed suicide at a young age and struggled with herself for years. But she was able to overcome those hardships, and eventually she found massive success as an entrepreneur. Listen to her story and how she nurtured her curiosity as a child into the super power that it is today!Suzy Batis is an entrepreneur, author, and professional motivator. She’s the founder of Poo-Pourri, and her company is now worth over $300 million. Her success comes from viewing a business as a living, breathing organism that needs to be raised and nourished much like a child.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 30s

Srini Pillay: How to Accomplish Your Personal and Professional Goals in 2018

Why don’t we follow through with our New Year’s resolutions? What prevents us from going through with the goals we set? Dr. Srini Pillay knows why, and he knows what it takes to get past that and accomplish your goals for a new year. Hear the psychological and emotional reasons why you don’t accomplish your goals and how you can change that in our latest episode!Dr. Srini Pillay is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (Part-Time) at Harvard Medical School. He is known for combining “head and heart” (figuratively and literally) in an approach to personal development and goal mastery that blends science, spirituality, and horns-grabbing joie de vivre to combat the stresses faced by ambitious and high-achieving people in academia, business, and life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1858m 54s

Best of: Human Performance in High Stakes Situations With Michael Gervais

What defines people in high stakes situations? What causes some people to perform seemingly above themselves when the risks are great? Michael Gervais has studied people and their reactions under high stakes situations, and he knows the answer. Conviction, clarity, and more are why some people are able to perform so well under pressure. Hear what he has to say and about his life in our latest episode!Dr. Michael Gervais serves director of DISC’s High Performance Psychology. As a California licensed psychologist specializing in high performance, he works in the trenches of high-stakes environments, where there is no luxury for mistakes, hesitation, or failure to respond.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 59s

Best of 2017: Turning on Your Superhero Brain with Jim Kwik

Do you need help maximizing your brain power or exercising your mind? Then Jim Kwik has what you need! He is the founder of Kwik Learning, and he is an expert in brain performance and has cutting-edge techniques to help you optimize your mind! Jim suffered a brain injury as a child, but he created strategies to help himself learn more efficiently and wants to share those same strategies with you! Take a listen!Jim Kwik is the founder of Kwik Learning and is an expert in speed-reading, memory improvement, brain performance, and accelerated learning. He’s been a mental coach for top celebrities and CEOs as well as a trainer for leading organizations across the globe.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1859m 28s

Best of 2017: Finding Your Zone of Genius and Exceeding Your Personal Limitations with Gay Hendricks

What exactly is “genius” and how do you use it? Gay Hendricks, a renowned psychologist and writer, has an idea of how to discover your “genius” and how you can use it to exceed what you previously thought you could do. Everything from contemplating what you love about your work to simply focusing on breathing for a short period of time, Hendricks understands how to find your zone of genius and exceed your limitations while doing so!Gay Hendricks is a psychologist, writer, and practitioner in the field of personal growth, relationships, and body intelligence  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1854m 24s

Best of: How to Steal Like an Artist with Austin Kleon

Austin Kleon is one of those adults who hasn’t stopped drawing since he was a kid. His ongoing passion for drawing and writing eventually lead to to becoming a best selling author of books like like Steal Like an Artist, Show your Work, and Newspaper Blackouts. He’s also spoken about creativity in the digital age for organizations and conference such as Pixar, Google, TEDx and The Economist.Austin Kleon is the New York Times bestselling author of three illustrated books: Steal Like an Artist  is a manifesto for creativity in the digital age; Show Your Work and Newspaper Blackout a collection of poetry made by redacting words from newspaper articles with a permanent marker.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1854m 55s

Best of 2017: The Neuroscience of Goals with Srini Pillay

Have you ever wondered how your brain functions when setting goals? How does it differentiate between the basic, more primal goals and the more complex goals we as humans can create? Srini Pillay is an expert in the “head and heart” approach to personal development, and he knows all about how the brain works and the tricks you can do to help set more attainable goals.Dr. Srini Pillay is Assistant Professor of Psychiatry (Part-Time) at Harvard Medical School. He is known for combining “head and heart” (figuratively and literally) in an approach to personal development and goal mastery that blends science, spirituality, and horns-grabbing joie de vivre to combat the stresses faced by ambitious and high-achieving people in academia, business, and life.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 14s

Best of 2017: Foundations of Persuasion with Bushra Azhar

Do you want to know how to effectively use the science of persuasion? Bushra Azhar knows how to utilize persuasion in both business and personal life to help find your way in this world! As someone who went from making $10 a month to $100,000, Bushra is a master at the science of persuasion. She helps dismantle the stigma around persuasion, explains why you shouldn’t mistrust curiosity, and more in this episode!Bushra Azhar has been featured in Forbes, Fast company, Inc. and many other places, She’s worked with companies like Pepsi, Unilever and E&Y as well, and she’s mastered the art and science of persuasion.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1857m 26s

Best of: Dispelling Myths of Success and Goal Setting With Todd Herman

Have you been believing in “potential” more than actual, tangible results? According to Todd Herman, the word “potential” is taboo in his practice because it’s “the crutch that average people use to describe their mediocre results.” Take a listen to our latest episode as Todd discusses what it’s like to be a performance coach and how there are many, many myths to being a successful person in this world.Todd Herman is a performance coach who helps Olympians, billionaires, and teams break through to new levels of performance.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1854m 36s

Best of 2017: Giving Unconditionally to Grow Exponentially with Phillip Mckernan

According to Phillip Mckernan, one of the world’s deepest tragedies is that we don’t believe in ourselves. “We don’t put value on our own skin,” he says. Giving back to people and giving back to the world is a profound way to make change and grow, but you can’t grow if you ignore the impact that giving makes. Take a listen as Phillip talks about how giving is a way to help find out more about yourself and why we need to create less busyness and distractions in our lives!Phillip Mckernan is a speaker, coach and creator of the film Give and Grow: A Journey to Uncover Your Gift  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 11s

Best of 2017: A Glimpse Into Mortality with Frank Ostaseski

Frank Ostaseski has noticed that we as a society obsess about death. We spend a great deal of time trying to prepare for it and hope that we are “ready” for it when the time comes. But according to him, the best way to prepare for death is by living your life the best way you possibly can. Listen as Frank details how simply waiting on the dying of our loved one and ourselves makes us miss all the moments in between.Frank Ostaseski is a Buddhist teacher, international lecturer and a leading voice in contemplative end-of-life care. In 1987, he co-founded of the Zen Hospice Project, the first Buddhist hospice in America. In 2004, he created the Metta Institute to provide innovative educational programs and professional trainings that foster compassionate, mindfulness-based care. He’s also the author of The Five Invitations   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1849m 16s

Best of: Exploration as an Expression of Our Humanity with Adam Steltzner

In our interview with the “rock and roll engineer,” Adam Steltzner discusses how exploration expresses our humanity and is an entirely unique trait among us all. He believes it’s a fundamental part of our humanity and is just like art and theater in that it’s a “gesture of who we are.” Take a listen to hear how a NASA engineer views humanity and what makes us the way we are!For 10 years, Adam Steltzner led a team of engineers inventing, designing, testing and retesting the revolutionary “sky crane” landing system that successfully placed the Mars rover, Curiosity on the Martian surface in 2012. Since then, he’s been awarded honors ranging from the Smithsonian’s American Ingenuity Award in technology, to GQ magazine’s Spaceman of the Year.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 22s

Best of 2017: The Future of Happiness with Amy Blankson

The question no longer is whether or not technology is good or bad for us; it’s now “What do we do with it?” And there’s nobody in the world right now who can better answer that question than Amy Blankson. Through technology, Blankson has been working on implementing positive psychology strategies in new and inventive ways. Take a listen to hear how she does that and how she views the new technology in our lives!Amy Blankson is the only person to be named a Point of Light by two Presidents (President Bush and President Clinton). She received a Presidential appointment to serve a five-year term on the Board of Directors of the Corporation for National Service, and was one of the youngest delegates to the Presidents’ Summit for America’s Future. Amy received her BA from Harvard and MBA from Yale School of Management. In 2007, Amy co-founded GoodThink to bring the science of happiness to life for organizations and individuals. Amy brings both passion and practicality to GoodThink. She is currently doing research in partnership with Google to determine how to make positive psychology strategies stick and create sustainable positive change. She serves as a Visioneer for the Xprize Foundation for Personal Health, and was a featured professor in Oprah’s Happiness course. Amy is the author of two books: Ripple’s Effect and The Future of Happiness: 5 Modern Strategies to Balance Productivity and Well-being in the Digital Era (Spring, 2017).  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1852m 49s

Best of 2017: The Science of Succeeding with People with Vanessa Van Edwards

Think you have people figured out? Well you have nothing on Vanessa Van Edwards! She’s a behavioral investigator, and she knows the science behind finding success with people in your every day life. Take a listen to our latest episode to learn all about the human psyche and why we crave success and how we go about trying to find that success!Vanessa Van Edwards is a published author and behavioral investigator. She is a professional people watcher—speaking, researching and cracking the code of interesting human behavior for audiences around the world. She’s also the author of Captivate: The Science of Succeeding with People  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1855m 31s

Best of: Dancing Your Way to Self-Confidence with Ben Weston

You can find confidence in many ways. But for Ben Weston, dancing is one of the best ways to do so. Ben teaches men to dance with confidence and power at parties, clubs, and weddings. Dancing can be something foreign or terrifying to men, but not to Ben. And he has a unique story about how he got here and became the dancer he is today.Ben Weston, the Men’s Dance Coach, helps men learn how to dance with confidence and power. And he’s on a mission to get the world dancing, one man at a time.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1845m 57s

Best of 2017: White Hot Truth with Danielle LaPorte

Ever read a self-help book? Ever realize that those books rarely work? Danielle LaPorte’s latest book, White Hot Truth, takes a look at the current dynamics of self-help culture and spiritual devotion and has her own different take on them all. Take a listen and hear how “self-compassion” is the new form of self-help!Danielle LaPorte’s book, White Hot Truth is a sharp, wise, and often hilarious exploration of the conflict between genuine spiritual aspirationand our compulsion to improve. Danielle is a member of Oprah’s SuperSoul 100. Eve Ensler, author of The Vagina Monologues, calls her, “a force field of energy, wonder, humour, and love. Marianne Williamson calls her, “a bright light in the modern priestesshood.”  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 5s

Paige Filliater: Human Design Systems

Paige Filliater is all about energy. But not in the way you may think. She uses “energy work” to help businesses, corporations, and leaders make significant contributions to their community. And she does this through her thriving healing and business mentoring practice. Take a listen to her story and how she helps others find their energy and calling!Paige Filliater is a human design expert who helps businesses, corporations, and individual leaders make significant contributions to their communities. She’s an entrepreneur and founder of the SpellBox subscription box service.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1843m 12s

Nadav Wilf: Feeling Good as the Foundation for Performance

Nadav Wilf has lost a million dollars and was over $80,000 in debt early on in his life. Yet he was able to gain all that back and more, and he’s learned that working in your passion is infinitely better than just working for money. Listen to his story as he details his early failures and successes in start-up companies and how he learned that money isn’t everything, but combining it with passion can lead to freedom.Nadav Wilf has built and sold 2 million dollar companies as co-founder and CEO. He is the founder of Lifestyle Perfected Passion Experience, a service to help others balance their life, find financial freedom, and help them live the life they love.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/181h 0m

Jess Shatkin: The Psychology of Adolescence

Jess Shaktin is one of the leading minds and foremost voices in child and adolescent mental health and development. He’s helped uncover many secrets as to why adolescence is one of the most turbulent yet creative periods in someone’s life. He joins us in our latest episode to delve into the psychology of adolescence and discusses why we feel the need to fit in during puberty, how and why we learn easier during this time, and much more!Dr. Jess Shatkin is one of the country’s foremost voices in child and adolescent mental health. He has authored more than 100 articles, chapters, and published abstracts throughout his career. He is the author of the book Born to Be Wild.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1854m 26s

Andrew Taggart: Philosophy as a Way of Life

Do you want to know how to live the “good life?” Do you want to know how to turn despair into something positive and get your life back on track? Andrew Taggart has taken the practices of ancient and modern philosophy and applied them to his life now for a more fulfilling way of life. Take a listen to his story and how he lives every day as a philosophical practice.Andrew Taggart is a practical philosopher and entrepreneur who teaches individuals and organizations how to inquire into the things that matter most. He created a philosophy practice in which he speaks daily over Skype with entrepreneurs, business executives, artists, the ecologically-minded, and seekers about the nature of a good life.   See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1842m 0s

Sebastian Salicru: How to Create Adaptive Leaders and High-Performing Organizations for an Uncertain World

What makes someone a leader? Not everyone in a position of power is actually a leader, and that’s what led Sebastian Salicru to delve into the characteristics of a true leader and figure out what it takes to be an effective leader for a high-performing organization. Take a listen as he describes what separates regular people in authority with legitimate and strong leaders!Sebastian Salicru is a business psychologist, specializing in leadership and organizational development. He is the Director of PTS Consultants, an Associate of Melbourne Business School – Executive Education, and Fellow of the Institute of Coaching.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1845m 46s

Best of: Mysteries at the Heart of the Human Experience with Rob Bell

Rob’s early curiosity about life’s big questions planted the seeds for reinventing the experience of church and creating a community with room for doubt, discovery, and belief. He talks about the distinction between pursuing “success” and pursuing “craft,” why we must find people to discuss our most important questions with, and more!Rob Bell is a bestselling author, international teacher, and highly sought after public speaker. His books include The New York Times bestseller Love Wins, along with What We Talk About When We Talk About God, The Zimzum of Love, Velvet Elvis, Sex God, Jesus Wants to Save Christians, Drops Like Stars. At age 28 he founded Mars Hill Bible Church in Michigan, and under his leadership it was one of the fastest-growing churches in America. In 2011 he was profiled in Time Magazine as one of their 100 most influential people. Rob was featured on Oprah’s 2014 Life You Want Tour and will be speaking at venues around the world in 2015 on the Everything is Spiritual Tour. He and his wife Kristen have three children and live in Los Angeles  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1855m 42s

Eric Larsen: Exploration as a Form of Self Expression

Eric Larsen grew up loving camping, biking, and winter. Now that he’s an adult, he loves those same exact things and has been able to turn his passions into his career. Eric is a polar explorer and has has spent the past 15 years of his life traveling in some of the most remote and wild places left on earth. He knows all about exploration and how you can use your passions and interests as a form of self expression. Take a listen to our latest episode and hear his story and about his adventures!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1847m 22s

Erik Weihenmayer: Living Life with No Barriers

Retinoschisis began to rob Erik Weihenmayer of his vision by the age of 13, but he resisted the idea that blindness would sweep him to the sidelines of life. Erik became an accomplished wrestler in...
10/12/1852m 57s

Best of: House for All Sinners and Saints with Nadia Bolz-Weber

In one of our most enthralling interviews we've had, Nadia Bolz-Weber tells us her story about faith and the founding of the House for All Sinners and Saints. Nadia was raised fundamental Christian, and her frustrations with organized religion later in life caused her to create the kind of church that she wanted to attend. What started out as a living room congregation, eventually grew into the House for All Sinners and Saints. Take a listen to our latest episode to hear her compelling story and view on God and religion!Nadia Bolz-Weber is a Lutheran minister who founded and is the pastor at the House for All Sinners and Saints, a mission congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America in Denver, Colorado.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
10/12/1850m 28s
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