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Aging, Mortality and Human Contact

04:24 | May 17th

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 eve...Show More
How to Make Better Decisions by Thinking in Bets with Annie Duke

1:07:24 | May 15th

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, a...Show More
What It Takes to Make People Care About Your Work with Margo Aaron

1:08:45 | May 13th

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 ...Show More
Best of: The Making of MacGyver With Lee Zlotoff

58:27 | May 10th

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...Show More
Physical Fitness as a Path to Spirituality with Sanjay Rawal

1:03:49 | May 8th

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 Bu...Show More
From Life in Prison to a Life of Meaning and Purpose with Chris Wilson

54:27 | May 6th

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

1:17:53 | May 3rd

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 t...Show More
The Illusions of Control and Balance with Emily Garnett

57:35 | May 1st

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 canc...Show More
Exploring the Intersections of Race, Culture and Class with Desiree Adaway

57:04 | Apr 29th

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

1:11:14 | Apr 26th

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

54:50 | Apr 24th

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 fro...Show More
Your Body Has Answers Your Mind is Searching For with Abigail Clarke

56:31 | Apr 22nd

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 dominati...Show More
The Book that will Change Your Life

23:51 | Apr 18th

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 a...Show More
The Pillars of Clarity and Purpose with Dolores Hirschmann

46:47 | Apr 17th

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 ever...Show More
The Universal Laws of Success with Albert-Laszlo Barabasi

1:09:54 | Apr 15th

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 al...Show More
Accepting The Transparent Reality of Your Core Identity with Wesley Chapman

1:18:41 | Apr 12th

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-...Show More
Taking off the Masks we Wear with Nick & Katherine North

52:04 | Apr 10th

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. Ever...Show More
Playing for Real in the Game of Life with David Wood

1:00:41 | Apr 8th

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 wholeh...Show More
Best of: Living a Life of Intention, Meaning and Purpose with AJ Leon

1:11:18 | Apr 5th

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 abo...Show More
The Power of Surrender, Gratitude, and Intention with Tim Shields

54:20 | Apr 3rd

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...Show More
Preserving and Developing Organizational and Individual Culture with Darren Virassammy

58:35 | Apr 1st

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 P...Show More
Best of: The DNA of a Storyteller with Robert Kurson

52:59 | Mar 29th

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 Sponsors...Show More
You Don’t Have to Change The World to be of Value with Rahaf Harfoush

55:42 | Mar 27th

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...Show More
Preserving History and Humanity with Graffiti with David Speed

59:08 | Mar 25th

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 t...Show More
Best of: Andrew Yang’s 2020 Presidential Campaign

52:51 | Mar 22nd

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

41:05 | Mar 20th

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 tho...Show More
The Optimism to Challenge Industry Behemoths with Anthony Duncan

44:33 | Mar 18th

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 so...Show More
Best of: The Moment When Everything Starts With Sarah Peck

1:01:09 | Mar 15th

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 ...Show More
Navigating The Geography of Life as a Filmmaker with Zeke Zelker

53:47 | Mar 13th

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 Jee...Show More
A Contrarian Approach to High Growth Startups with Patrick Campbell

49:54 | Mar 11th

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 t...Show More
Best of: Confessions of a Bank Robber with Joe Loya

1:20:46 | Mar 8th

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 mo...Show More
The Impact of Artificial Intelligence on Humanity with Kartik Hosanagar

59:35 | Mar 6th

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 i...Show More
The Power of Being Fiercely Accountable for Your Own Potential with Anjali Nath

53:35 | Mar 4th

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 ...Show More
Best of: Change Your Identity to Change Your Habits with James Clear

1:02:32 | Mar 1st

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....Show More
How the Disruption of Education Helps Lifelong Learners with Danny Iny

49:58 | Feb 27th

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

56:26 | Feb 25th

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 mes...Show More
Best of: Understanding the Most Misunderstood Man in the World with Glenn Beck

1:29:23 | Feb 22nd

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 ...Show More
The Power of Wanting Less and Staying Small with Paul Jarvis

55:19 | Feb 20th

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 vei...Show More
Building a Business as a Tool for a Meaningful Life with Austin Netzley

48:06 | Feb 18th

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

1:07:04 | Feb 15th

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 ne...Show More
Rethinking the Way We Work with Natalie Nagele

50:41 | Feb 13th

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...Show More
The Secret Power of Embracing Emotions at Work with Elisabeth Fosslien

50:51 | Feb 11th

The workplace can feel like a pretty unemotional place sometimes. Elisabeth Fosslien 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 ...Show More
Best of: The Pillars of a Meaningful Life with Philip McKernan

1:13:10 | Feb 8th

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

48:47 | Feb 6th

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

52:56 | Feb 4th

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 po...Show More
Best of: House for All Sinners and Saints with Nadia Bolz-Weber

52:24 | Feb 1st

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 ...Show More
Minimalism as The Path to a Richer Life with Allie Casazza

54:18 | Jan 30th

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-b...Show More
Digital Minimalism with Cal Newport

54:05 | Jan 28th

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 p...Show More
Best of: The Inevitable Forces That Will Shape Our Future with Kevin Kelly

59:13 | Jan 25th

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....Show More
Rewriting The Organizational Operating System with Aaron Dignan

1:02:46 | Jan 23rd

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 an...Show More
The Man Who Walked Away From a Fortune with Daniel Levin

53:38 | Jan 21st

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

51:42 | Jan 18th

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 cr...Show More
Transforming What’s Possible in Our Lives Through Social Design with Cheryl Heller

55:19 | Jan 16th

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 cre...Show More
The Universal Language of Music with David Johnson

1:06:52 | Jan 14th

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 ...Show More
Best of: The Science of Succeeding with People with Vanessa Van Edwards

56:30 | Jan 11th

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

1:03:17 | Jan 9th

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...Show More
Finding the Courage to Speak Your Truth with Philip McKernan

55:40 | Jan 7th

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 y...Show More
Best of: Born to Be An Artist with James Victore

1:03:40 | Jan 4th

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 stu...Show More
Track Your Past, Order Your Present, and Plan Your Future with Ryder Carroll

57:53 | Jan 2nd

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

1:35:51 | Dec 21st, 2018

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 ...Show More
Best of: The Neuroscience of Goals with Srini Pillay

53:10 | Dec 19th, 2018

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 perso...Show More
Best of: Challenging the Cultural Narratives of Motherhood and Addiction with Janelle Hanchett

56:11 | Dec 17th, 2018

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

1:27:24 | Dec 14th, 2018

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 alway...Show More
Best of: Navigating Seasons of Adversity with Neeta Bhushan

48:46 | Dec 12th, 2018

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

58:07 | Dec 10th, 2018

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

50:44 | Dec 7th, 2018

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 tech...Show More
Best of: The Neuroscience of Attention with Adam Gazzaley

1:01:44 | Dec 5th, 2018

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

1:07:54 | Dec 3rd, 2018

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

1:20:58 | Nov 30th, 2018

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 r...Show More
How to be Kind to Yourself and Still Accomplish Your Goals with Nancy Jane Smith

51:38 | Nov 28th, 2018

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

1:01:05 | Nov 26th, 2018

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 an...Show More
Unmistakable Nuggets: Doing Life by Design

04:00 | Nov 23rd, 2018

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 environmen...Show More
Navigating Life, Love and Fiction in New York City with Jennifer Miller

50:28 | Nov 21st, 2018

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 Fe...Show More
From Imagination to Invention with Chris Aimone

55:15 | Nov 19th, 2018

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 lea...Show More
Unmistakable Nuggets: Finding Your Voice

01:38 | Nov 16th, 2018

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 – a...Show More
How Nature Impacts Your Creativity with Florence Williams

44:21 | Nov 14th, 2018

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

50:00 | Nov 12th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Unmistakable Nuggets: The Pilot

02:23 | Nov 9th, 2018

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 reassu...Show More
Giving a Megaphone to Stories that Need to be Heard with Mason Aid

36:04 | Nov 7th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Bringing the Humanity back to Digital Communication with Val Geisler

49:20 | Nov 5th, 2018

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 top...Show More
Best Of: The Creation of Atari and Finding The Next Steve Jobs with Nolan Bushnell

1:00:35 | Nov 2nd, 2018

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...Show More
Designing a Business that runs itself with Mike Michalowicz

50:32 | Oct 31st, 2018

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 th...Show More
Wisdom at Work with Chip Conley

56:42 | Oct 29th, 2018

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 psychologica...Show More
Best Of: Rewriting the Story of Your Life with Donald Miller

58:32 | Oct 26th, 2018

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 ye...Show More
Lessons in Life and Leadership from a Cooking School with Makenna Held

51:52 | Oct 24th, 2018

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 busines...Show More
The Joy of Genius with Gay Hendricks

56:32 | Oct 22nd, 2018

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 ...Show More
Best of: Turning on Your Superhero Brain with Jim Kwik

1:00:52 | Oct 19th, 2018

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 su...Show More
Translating Expertise into Impact and Wealth with David Baker

52:36 | Oct 17th, 2018

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...Show More
Redesigning The Future of Education with Gahmya Drummond-Bey

53:18 | Oct 15th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Best of: The Psychology of Visionaries with Justine Musk

52:59 | Oct 12th, 2018

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

56:35 | Oct 10th, 2018

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 li...Show More
Why a Tolerance for Discomfort is Essential to Peak Performance with Renita Kalhorn

45:28 | Oct 8th, 2018

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...Show More
Best Of: Moving from Scarcity to Abundance with Garret Gunderson

49:48 | Oct 5th, 2018

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 visio...Show More
Developing Emotional Agility with Susan David

57:19 | Oct 3rd, 2018

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 ...Show More
Reconciling Your Social Programming and Creative Desires with David Kadavy

55:23 | Oct 1st, 2018

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...Show More
Best Of: Inside the Psychology of Cults with Bob Gower

1:02:04 | Sep 28th, 2018

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...Show More
Zone of Genius Thinking with Michael Potts

43:56 | Sep 26th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Love As Your Bottom Line with Danielle Laporte

53:24 | Sep 24th, 2018

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 intimat...Show More
Best Of: Asking a More Beautiful Question with Warren Berger

46:24 | Sep 21st, 2018

In this episode, author Warren Berger joins us to talk about the power of leveraging questions to drive innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship. HIGHLIGHTS How asking questions drives innovation, creativity and entrepreneurship The importance of...Show More
Getting to Hell Yes with Alex Jamieson and Bob Gower

54:24 | Sep 19th, 2018

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 powe...Show More
The Art and Science of Decision Engineering with Michelle Florendo

49:04 | Sep 17th, 2018

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 d...Show More
Best Of: Making Our Childhood Dreams Come True as Adults With Stephanie Halligan

48:40 | Sep 14th, 2018

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 tru...Show More
William Deresiewicz: The Miseducation of the American Elite

53:50 | Sep 12th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Andrew Yang: Inside the Mind of a 2020 Presidential Candidate

52:47 | Sep 10th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Emylee Williams: Navigating Entrepreneurial Uncertainty

46:39 | Sep 5th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Nas Tavakoli-Far: An Exploration of Gender Dynamics

54:00 | Sep 3rd, 2018

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...Show More
An Audience of One Excerpt

05:45 | Aug 31st, 2018

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 ...Show More
Brian Portnoy: The Geometry of Wealth

52:25 | Aug 29th, 2018

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

46:13 | Aug 27th, 2018

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 distr...Show More
Best of: The Ayurveda Way with Ananta Ripa Ajmera

57:30 | Aug 24th, 2018

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 d...Show More
Ann Van Eron: Reach Peak Potential

43:39 | Aug 22nd, 2018

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 ...Show More
Cal Fussman: The Art of Emotionally Resonant Storytelling

1:26:32 | Aug 20th, 2018

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

45:37 | Aug 17th, 2018

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...Show More
Rae Senarighi: The Transgender Manifesto

49:58 | Aug 15th, 2018

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 c...Show More
Neeta Bhushan: Navigating Seasons of Adversity

49:32 | Aug 13th, 2018

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 an...Show More
Unmistakable Creative Live from NYC with Sarah Peck

1:14:35 | Aug 12th, 2018

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

1:35:34 | Aug 6th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Best of: Reconciling Your Creativity and Your Identity with Chase Jarvis

1:08:27 | Aug 3rd, 2018

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 i...Show More
Dani Shapiro: The Perils and Pleasures of a Creative Life

54:44 | Aug 1st, 2018

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 ...Show More
Frank Warren: Why Secrets are the Currency of Intimacy

54:54 | Jul 30th, 2018

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...Show More
Best of: Ego is The Enemy with Ryan Holiday

51:17 | Jul 27th, 2018

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’...Show More
Mars Dorian: Expanding Your Creative Capacity through Collaboration

44:10 | Jul 25th, 2018

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...Show More
Anders Ericsson: Mastering Your Craft Through Deliberate Practice

52:56 | Jul 23rd, 2018

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 tech...Show More
Best of: An Adventure Through The Hidden Parts of India with Karan Bajaj

44:08 | Jul 20th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Pamela Slim: Finding the Thread that Ties Your Story Together

1:00:39 | Jul 18th, 2018

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. An Audience of One – To pre-or...Show More
Adam Gazzaley: The Neuroscience of Attention

1:00:47 | Jul 16th, 2018

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

52:51 | Jul 13th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Holly Shaw: Discovering Your Creative DNA

51:14 | Jul 11th, 2018

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...Show More
Val Vigoda: Finding Peak Aliveness

53:33 | Jul 9th, 2018

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 dis...Show More
Best of: Finding Your Calling by Breaking All the Rules with Laura Belgray

59:36 | Jul 6th, 2018

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. S...Show More
Whitney Johnson: How to Build an “A” Team

46:48 | Jul 4th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Jessica Eley: The Four Quadrants of Achievement

54:02 | Jul 2nd, 2018

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

43:03 | Jun 29th, 2018

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...Show More
Dave Barnes: Navigating the Uncertainty of a Creative Life

52:32 | Jun 27th, 2018

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 mus...Show More
Christine McAlister: The DNA of Emotional Resilience

49:16 | Jun 25th, 2018

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. Distraction Mastery – Let us hel...Show More
Best of: Finding What You Were Born to Do with Chris Guillebeau

53:40 | Jun 22nd, 2018

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 failure...Show More
Aubrey Marcus: Own Your Day, Own Your Life

53:29 | Jun 20th, 2018

Own The 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 ...Show More
Nikki Groom: Why Everyone Has a Story Worth Telling

48:57 | Jun 18th, 2018

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 for...Show More
Best of: Living a Life of Intention, Meaning and Purpose with AJ Leon

1:11:16 | Jun 15th, 2018

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 wron...Show More
The Power of Transcendent Leadership and Conscious Capitalism with Fred Kofman

1:00:41 | Jun 13th, 2018

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 individu...Show More
Shawn Askinosie: Generosity and Meaning as the Foundation for Our Work

53:16 | Jun 11th, 2018

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 belie...Show More
Best of: Taking the Risk of a Career Do Over with Jon Acuff

47:36 | Jun 8th, 2018

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 su...Show More
Susan Piver: The Four Noble Truths of Love

53:11 | Jun 6th, 2018

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

58:57 | Jun 4th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Best of: Giving Unconditionally to Grow Exponentially with Phillip Mckernan

49:38 | Jun 1st, 2018

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, bu...Show More
Sasha Heinz: Taking Human Performance From Good to Great

1:01:40 | May 30th, 2018

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 n...Show More
Challenging the Cultural Narratives of Motherhood and Addiction with Janelle Hanchett

55:17 | May 28th, 2018

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 se...Show More
Best of: Peak Performance and the Science of Expertise with Anders Ericsson

51:45 | May 25th, 2018

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

1:04:50 | May 23rd, 2018

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 pur...Show More
David Burkus: Understanding the Hidden Networks That Can Transform our Lives and Our Careers

51:25 | May 20th, 2018

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 l...Show More
Best of: Unconventional Wisdom on Habits and Happiness with Gretchen Rubin

49:17 | May 18th, 2018

Gretchen Rubin on Habits and Happiness 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...Show More
Naveen Jain: The Business and Mindset Blueprint of a Billionaire

1:08:30 | May 16th, 2018

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. ...Show More
Amber Rae: Choose Wonder Over Worry

58:18 | May 14th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Best of: The Future of Happiness with Amy Blankson

53:26 | May 11th, 2018

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 workin...Show More
Ben Feder: Rethinking Our Definition of Success

43:11 | May 9th, 2018

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 discov...Show More
JT McCormick: How the Son of Pimp Became a CEO

51:10 | May 7th, 2018

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 c...Show More
Best of: Think Better and Live Longer With Ben Greenfield

51:59 | May 4th, 2018

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

54:01 | May 2nd, 2018

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 he...Show More
Nataly Kogan: How to Stop Chasing Perfection and Embrace Every Day Moments

1:01:22 | Apr 30th, 2018

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 o...Show More
Best of: Making the Impossible Possible with Tim Ferriss

1:00:13 | Apr 27th, 2018

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. Ma...Show More
Gabriel Wyner: How to be Fluent Forever

1:00:37 | Apr 25th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Amy Birks: Building a Hustle-Free Business

50:59 | Apr 23rd, 2018

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 unnecessa...Show More
Best of: Connecting with Your Voice to Create Work that Matters with Brad Montague

46:44 | Apr 20th, 2018

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 encoura...Show More
Jeffrey Zimmerman: The Profound Power of Synchronicity

47:06 | Apr 18th, 2018

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 share...Show More
Kelly Ruta: Cultivating Awareness of Our Own Greatness

52:11 | Apr 16th, 2018

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

58:23 | Apr 13th, 2018

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 s...Show More
Jennifer Gottlieb: Taking Off the Masks We Wear

51:07 | Apr 11th, 2018

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 fr...Show More
Kate Swoboda: The Courage Habit

55:29 | Apr 9th, 2018

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 L...Show More
Best of: Spending Now to Increase Your True Wealth Forever with Michael Ellsberg

56:38 | Apr 6th, 2018

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,...Show More
Daniel Coyle: The Secrets of Highly Successful Teams

45:21 | Apr 4th, 2018

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 decid...Show More
Joe Brown: The Power of Purpose

35:28 | Apr 2nd, 2018

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

44:19 | Mar 30th, 2018

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 L...Show More
Martyn Sibley: From Disability to Possibility

51:57 | Mar 28th, 2018

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...Show More
Allen Brouwer: Becoming Your Best Self

43:44 | Mar 26th, 2018

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 Jour...Show More
Best of: Live Your Startup Dream Without Quitting Your Day Job with Patrick Mcginnis

44:53 | Mar 23rd, 2018

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 t...Show More
Kelly Sheets: The Impact of Internal Awareness

43:31 | Mar 21st, 2018

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 cr...Show More
Leah Weiss: Leveraging Mindfulness and Compassion for Leadership

46:54 | Mar 19th, 2018

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 n...Show More
Best of: How to Become a Positive Broadcaster with Michelle Gielan

47:33 | Mar 16th, 2018

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. Li...Show More
Kathleen Janus: Social Start-Up Success

49:19 | Mar 14th, 2018

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...Show More
Jeff Warren: Meditation for Fidgety Skeptics

46:34 | Mar 12th, 2018

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

59:41 | Mar 9th, 2018

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 peopl...Show More
Kristen Ulmer: Changing Your Relationship with Fear

59:53 | Mar 7th, 2018

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 addicti...Show More
Selena Soo: How an Introvert Impacts Millions

51:00 | Mar 5th, 2018

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’st the story of Selena Soo. She’s been an introvert her whole life and struggles with public speaking and talk...Show More
Best of: The Neuroscience of Flow with Steven Kotler

46:37 | Mar 2nd, 2018

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 h...Show More
Vincent Pugliese: The Profound Beauty of a Blank Canvas

46:19 | Feb 28th, 2018

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...Show More
Coss Marte: From Drug Kingpin to Startup Founder

58:37 | Feb 26th, 2018

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

1:05:33 | Feb 23rd, 2018

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 pr...Show More
Sudeshna Sen: Portraying and Preserving Cultural Heritage

48:06 | Feb 21st, 2018

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 correctl...Show More
Rosalind Wiseman: Overcoming the Relentless Pressure of Perfectionism and Social Status

56:34 | Feb 19th, 2018

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 grad...Show More
Best of: How Leaders Build a Team of Teams with Chris Fussell

49:41 | Feb 16th, 2018

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 ho...Show More
Speaking the Secret Language of Your Ideal Customer with Jeffrey Shaw

48:43 | Feb 14th, 2018

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 star...Show More
Creating a Life of Unforgettable Memories with George Lange

51:02 | Feb 12th, 2018

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 abili...Show More
Best of: Building Unshakable Mental Toughness with Graham Betchart

1:01:18 | Feb 9th, 2018

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 s...Show More
Dorie Clark: The Role of Consistency in Entrepreneurship

51:49 | Feb 7th, 2018

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 stor...Show More
Todd Henry: Becoming the Leader Creative People Need

54:36 | Feb 5th, 2018

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 l...Show More
Best of: Redefining What it Means to be a Man with Brett McKay

48:50 | Feb 2nd, 2018

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 ...Show More
Anna Yusim: The Psychology of Fulfillment

59:30 | Jan 31st, 2018

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 spiri...Show More
Nick Notas: The Foundation of Meaningful Connections

1:00:43 | Jan 29th, 2018

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 de...Show More
Best of: Reinventing the American Dream with Courtney Martin

56:57 | Jan 26th, 2018

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 relationsh...Show More
Jason Connell: The Art of Powerful Communication

43:59 | Jan 24th, 2018

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, psycholog...Show More
Lucy Bellwood: Defining Creative Success

49:28 | Jan 22nd, 2018

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 he...Show More
Best Of: How to Live a Good Life with Jonathan Fields

52:12 | Jan 19th, 2018

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

54:19 | Jan 17th, 2018

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 k...Show More
Dan Millman: The Way of the Peaceful Warrior

56:51 | Jan 15th, 2018

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 m...Show More
Best of: Living a Life of Intention, Meaning and Purpose with AJ Leon

1:12:24 | Jan 12th, 2018

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 afte...Show More
Meera Lee Patel: Fear and Finding Magic in the Unknown

47:04 | Jan 10th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Eric Gorges: A Craftsman’s Legacy

43:29 | Jan 8th, 2018

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

46:07 | Jan 5th, 2018

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 ...Show More
Suzy Batiz: Curiosity as a Creative Super Power

52:21 | Jan 3rd, 2018

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 entrepreneu...Show More
Srini Pillay: How to Accomplish Your Personal and Professional Goals in 2018

1:00:38 | Jan 1st, 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 psychol...Show More
Best of: Human Performance in High Stakes Situations With Michael Gervais

52:44 | Dec 29th, 2017

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. Convi...Show More
Best of 2017: Turning on Your Superhero Brain with Jim Kwik

1:02:12 | Dec 27th, 2017

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 su...Show More
Best of 2017: Finding Your Zone of Genius and Exceeding Your Personal Limitations with Gay Hendricks

55:36 | Dec 26th, 2017

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 w...Show More
Best of: How to Steal Like an Artist with Austin Kleon

57:39 | Dec 22nd, 2017

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...Show More
Best of 2017: The Neuroscience of Goals with Srini Pillay

54:57 | Dec 20th, 2017

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 perso...Show More
Best of 2017: Foundations of Persuasion with Bushra Azhar

1:00:29 | Dec 18th, 2017

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

55:53 | Dec 15th, 2017

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

50:58 | Dec 13th, 2017

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, bu...Show More
Best of 2017: A Glimpse Into Mortality with Frank Ostaseski

53:05 | Dec 11th, 2017

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

47:22 | Dec 8th, 2017

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 ...Show More
Best of 2017: The Future of Happiness with Amy Blankson

56:35 | Dec 6th, 2017

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 workin...Show More
Best of 2017: The Science of Succeeding with People with Vanessa Van Edwards

58:49 | Dec 4th, 2017

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 ab...Show More
Best of: Dancing Your Way to Self-Confidence with Ben Weston

45:58 | Dec 1st, 2017

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 ...Show More
Best of 2017: White Hot Truth with Danielle LaPorte

50:12 | Nov 30th, 2017

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 ...Show More
Paige Filliater: Human Design Systems

46:09 | Nov 27th, 2017

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...Show More
Nadav Wilf: Feeling Good as the Foundation for Performance

1:03:05 | Nov 22nd, 2017

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 sto...Show More
Jess Shatkin: The Psychology of Adolescence

57:21 | Nov 20th, 2017

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 u...Show More
Andrew Taggart: Philosophy as a Way of Life

44:59 | Nov 15th, 2017

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

48:44 | Nov 13th, 2017

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-performi...Show More
Best of: Mysteries at the Heart of the Human Experience with Rob Bell

55:42 | Nov 9th, 2017

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 “c...Show More
Eric Larsen: Exploration as a Form of Self Expression

50:17 | Nov 8th, 2017

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 travelin...Show More
Erik Weihenmayer: Living Life with No Barriers

52:57 | Nov 6th, 2017

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 high school and eventually became the first blind pe...Show More
Best of: House for All Sinners and Saints with Nadia Bolz-Weber

50:28 | Nov 3rd, 2017

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 ...Show More
Terri Cole: Discovering Your Blueprint to Love and Boundaries

58:13 | Nov 1st, 2017

Terri Cole used to work at a talent agency for actors and supermodels. But she realized her lifestyle wasn't making her happy, and she craved something more meaningful than just making supermodels richer. She began therapy work and has felt far more ...Show More
Steve Sims: The Art of Making Things Happen

48:45 | Oct 30th, 2017

Steve Sims grew up poor, and he was bitter about that as an adolescent. But little did he know that he was learning the cornerstones of what would mold him into the successful businessman he is today. He is the founder of Bluefish, the world’s first ...Show More
Megan Poe: The Art and Science of Love

1:19:00 | Oct 25th, 2017

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. L...Show More
Layla Martin: The Biology and Psychology of Sexuality

53:06 | Oct 23rd, 2017

Sexuality both fascinated and scared Layla Martin from a very young age, and she's always been obsessed with it. She eventually overcame her fear and turned that obsession into a passion for helping others. Now she studies human sexuality and has lea...Show More
Best of: Redemption and Reinvention After a Life Sentence with Andy Dixon Pt 1

0:00 | Oct 20th, 2017

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

1:10:53 | Oct 20th, 2017

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....Show More
Gladys Ato: Navigating Change and Loss in Life, Love, and Work

0:00 | Oct 18th, 2017

Gladys Ato lost her mother suddenly due to a brain aneurysm back in 2003. She was devastated and didn't know where to turn in her life. But it was through that time and in the weeks, months, and years after that she learned how to navigate through lo...Show More
Gladys Ato: Navigating Change and Loss in Life, Love, and Work

53:31 | Oct 18th, 2017

Gladys Ato lost her mother suddenly due to a brain aneurysm back in 2003. She was devastated and didn't know where to turn in her life. But it was through that time and in the weeks, months, and years after that she learned how to navigate through lo...Show More
Kathleen Ventura: Living with Intention and Taking Personal Responsibility

0:00 | Oct 16th, 2017

Living with intention and making choices for your own personal reasons can be challenging, and Kathleen Ventura knows how difficult it can be. She's seen families and relationships be strained to breaking points because of those decisions. But she be...Show More
Kathleen Ventura: Living with Intention and Taking Personal Responsibility

50:10 | Oct 16th, 2017

Living with intention and making choices for your own personal reasons can be challenging, and Kathleen Ventura knows how difficult it can be. She's seen families and relationships be strained to breaking points because of those decisions. But she be...Show More
Best of: A Journey to the Crossroads of Should and Must with Elle Luna

0:00 | Oct 13th, 2017

In one of our best interviews ever, Elle Luna told us the story of how she found her true passion. Elle was rejected from every law school she applied to. After that, she stood at a crossroads between "should" and "must." But thanks to a recurring dr...Show More
Best of: A Journey to the Crossroads of Should and Must with Elle Luna

53:28 | Oct 13th, 2017

In one of our best interviews ever, Elle Luna told us the story of how she found her true passion. Elle was rejected from every law school she applied to. After that, she stood at a crossroads between “should” and “must.” But thanks to a recurring dr...Show More
Nicole Wipp: Identifying Your Entrepreneurial Instinct Type

0:00 | Oct 11th, 2017

"A lack of clarity is the enemy of success" says Nicole Wipp, a highly-successful entrepreneur. She's helped build up several high level companies and has learned through her own experiences that it takes great teamwork and chemistry for businesses o...Show More
Nicole Wipp: Identifying Your Entrepreneurial Instinct Type

43:28 | Oct 11th, 2017

“A lack of clarity is the enemy of success” says Nicole Wipp, a highly-successful entrepreneur. She's helped build up several high level companies and has learned through her own experiences that it takes great teamwork and chemistry for businesses o...Show More
Alex Pang: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less

0:00 | Oct 9th, 2017

Contrary to popular belief, working nonstop isn't the most efficient and productive way to get things done. Alex Pang has figured out the key to getting more done is by actually working less. Listen to him explain the importance of rest and pacing yo...Show More
Alex Pang: Why You Get More Done When You Work Less

1:04:16 | Oct 9th, 2017

Contrary to popular belief, working nonstop isn't the most efficient and productive way to get things done. Alex Pang has figured out the key to getting more done is by actually working less. Listen to him explain the importance of rest and pacing yo...Show More
John Assaraf: Changing Your Money Story

0:00 | Oct 6th, 2017

What exactly is your "money story?" According to John Assaraf, it's the way you decide how to use your money, where you spend it, and how you value it. It's been your story since the moment you first were taught how to handle money. But it's not too ...Show More
John Assaraf: Changing Your Money Story

46:11 | Oct 6th, 2017

What exactly is your “money story?” According to John Assaraf, it's the way you decide how to use your money, where you spend it, and how you value it. It's been your story since the moment you first were taught how to handle money. But it's not too ...Show More
Cara Thomas: Building a Life of Serendipity, Adventure, and Connection

0:00 | Oct 4th, 2017

You won't find growth or adventure unless you venture outside your comfort zone. And Cara Thomas learned that after a rough breakup and after getting bogged down in her career. She began her passion project that turned into Serenflipity, a wildly suc...Show More
Cara Thomas: Building a Life of Serendipity, Adventure, and Connection

49:59 | Oct 4th, 2017

You won't find growth or adventure unless you venture outside your comfort zone. And Cara Thomas learned that after a rough breakup and after getting bogged down in her career. She began her passion project that turned into Serenflipity, a wildly suc...Show More
Nicole Moore: Dating for Growth

0:00 | Oct 2nd, 2017

Nicole Moore's parents were told not to become too attached to their children early on because their children were very sickly and had a high likelihood of passing away. Because of that, her parents distanced themselves from saying "I love you" to th...Show More
Nicole Moore: Dating for Growth

42:56 | Oct 2nd, 2017

Nicole Moore's parents were told not to become too attached to their children early on because their children were very sickly and had a high likelihood of passing away. Because of that, her parents distanced themselves from saying “I love you” to th...Show More
Best of: The Surprising Science of Water with Wallace Nichols

0:00 | Sep 29th, 2017

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...Show More
Best of: The Surprising Science of Water with Wallace Nichols

45:28 | Sep 29th, 2017

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...Show More
Sarah Kaler: Becoming Indestructible

0:00 | Sep 27th, 2017

Life was going smoothly and according to play for Sarah Kaler, but then she was diagnosed with epilepsy. That diagnosis changed her entire existence, and her life was threatening to spiral out of control. But Sarah was able to find a way to regain co...Show More
Sarah Kaler: Becoming Indestructible

52:55 | Sep 27th, 2017

Life was going smoothly and according to play for Sarah Kaler, but then she was diagnosed with epilepsy. That diagnosis changed her entire existence, and her life was threatening to spiral out of control. But Sarah was able to find a way to regain co...Show More
Tiago Forte: Building a Second Brain

0:00 | Sep 25th, 2017

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...Show More
Tiago Forte: Building a Second Brain

51:23 | Sep 25th, 2017

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

0:00 | Sep 22nd, 2017

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 ne...Show More
Best of: Jedi Mind Tricks of an FBI Hostage Negotiator with Chris Voss

1:04:33 | Sep 22nd, 2017

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 ne...Show More
Jaimal Yogis: Stumbling Towards Enlightenment

47:26 | Sep 20th, 2017

When his girlfriend left him, Jaimal Yogis let that negative moment control his life. But it was that experience that helped him stumble onto enlightenment and led him to pursue the idea of the Fear Project. In his journey, Jaimal learned the importa...Show More
Chris Winfield: Creating a Vision for Your Life

39:38 | Sep 18th, 2017

Chris Winfield grew up equating money with happiness and contentment. It wasn't until he got older that he realized that isn't always the case, and it led to an unhealthy relationship with how he viewed wealth and money. Listen to his journey through...Show More
Best of: Overcoming Learned Helplessness and Understanding Irrational Behavior with Dan Ariely

58:37 | Sep 15th, 2017

In one of our most insightful interviews we've had, Dan Ariely shared his perspectives on suffering, irrational behavior, and how most time management systems allow others to hijack our time. Learn how to overcome your own learned helplessness and ho...Show More
Best of: Overcoming Learned Helplessness and Understanding Irrational Behavior with Dan Ariely

0:00 | Sep 15th, 2017

In one of our most insightful interviews we've had, Dan Ariely shared his perspectives on suffering, irrational behavior, and how most time management systems allow others to hijack our time. Learn how to overcome your own learned helplessness and ho...Show More
Andy Molinsky: The Psychology of Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

0:00 | Sep 13th, 2017

Andy Molinsky wasn't always comfortable with being uncomfortable. He often struggled with moving out of his comfort zone, and he would go out of his way to make excuses to find reasons why he shouldn't and wouldn't stray from the path his life was al...Show More
Andy Molinsky: The Psychology of Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone

0:00 | Sep 13th, 2017

Andy Molinsky wasn’t always comfortable with being uncomfortable. He often struggled with moving out of his comfort zone, and he would go out of his way to make excuses to find reasons why he shouldn’t and wouldn’t stray from the path his life was al...Show More
Vasavi Kumar: Breaking Free from the Prison of Your Own Mind

0:00 | Sep 11th, 2017

Going to jail completely changed Vasavi Kumar's life. Before then, she was trapped by her addiction for certainty and her need of knowing that everything will be okay. And all that led to bad habits, bad tendencies, and bad behavior. But going to jai...Show More
Vasavi Kumar: Breaking Free from the Prison of Your Own Mind

0:00 | Sep 11th, 2017

Going to jail completely changed Vasavi Kumar’s life. Before then, she was trapped by her addiction for certainty and her need of knowing that everything will be okay. And all that led to bad habits, bad tendencies, and bad behavior. But going to jai...Show More
Best of: How to Live Well and Die Well with Greg Hartle Pt. 2

0:00 | Sep 8th, 2017

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

0:00 | Sep 8th, 2017

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 alway...Show More
Akshay Nanavati: The Neuroscience of Fear

0:00 | Sep 6th, 2017

After growing up with drug addictions and experiencing a troubling childhood, Akshay Nanavati joined the Marines and gained the structure his life needed. And while he was in the Marines and afterward, he began to learn more and more about fear and h...Show More
Akshay Nanavati: The Neuroscience of Fear

0:00 | Sep 6th, 2017

After growing up with drug addictions and experiencing a troubling childhood, Akshay Nanavati joined the Marines and gained the structure his life needed. And while he was in the Marines and afterward, he began to learn more and more about fear and h...Show More
Melyssa Griffin: From Madness to Meaning

43:40 | Sep 4th, 2017

Melyssa Griffin grew up without much money, and because of that she grew up with a poor relationship with money and how to view it properly. It wasn't until she was older that she learned the value of not only giving, but giving selflessly. Those act...Show More
Melyssa Griffin: From Madness to Meaning

0:00 | Sep 4th, 2017

Melyssa Griffin grew up without much money, and because of that she grew up with a poor relationship with money and how to view it properly. It wasn’t until she was older that she learned the value of not only giving, but giving selflessly. Those act...Show More
Best of: How to Live Well and Die Well with Greg Hartle Pt. 1

0:00 | Sep 1st, 2017

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

0:00 | Sep 1st, 2017

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 r...Show More
Steve Magness: Sustainable Peak Performance

0:00 | Aug 29th, 2017

Steve Magness has been a serious runner since the age of 14. Since then, he's developed techniques and strategies for sustaining peak performance not only while running, but during life in general as well. He has helped Olympic athletes train to be t...Show More
Steve Magness: Sustainable Peak Performance

0:00 | Aug 29th, 2017

Steve Magness has been a serious runner since the age of 14. Since then, he’s developed techniques and strategies for sustaining peak performance not only while running, but during life in general as well. He has helped Olympic athletes train to be t...Show More
Adrienne Dorison: The Transformational Power of Hard Stories

0:00 | Aug 27th, 2017

Adrienne Dorison came out of college nearly $50,000 in debt, and the only way she knew how to pay off her debt was by taking a passionless corporate job. Yet she continued to struggle with money and had an unhealthy relationship with it. But one day ...Show More
Adrienne Dorison: The Transformational Power of Hard Stories

0:00 | Aug 27th, 2017

Adrienne Dorison came out of college nearly $50,000 in debt, and the only way she knew how to pay off her debt was by taking a passionless corporate job. Yet she continued to struggle with money and had an unhealthy relationship with it. But one day ...Show More
Best of: How to Have a One Hour Orgasm with Kim Anami

0:00 | Aug 25th, 2017

In one of our most intriguing interviews we've ever had, Kim Anami opened up to us about sex, sex education, and the dichotomy of sexuality in our modern culture. Kim discusses how sex can be used as a tool for personal growth and wellness and how yo...Show More
Best of: How to Have a One Hour Orgasm with Kim Anami

0:00 | Aug 25th, 2017

In one of our most intriguing interviews we’ve ever had, Kim Anami opened up to us about sex, sex education, and the dichotomy of sexuality in our modern culture. Kim discusses how sex can be used as a tool for personal growth and wellness and how yo...Show More
Jim Brown: Seeing Failure as a Form of Education

0:00 | Aug 23rd, 2017

Jim Brown grew up poor and had his dreams crushed when he was just 18. He then turned to the Marines, and while serving in the Marine Corps he learned valuable lessons about leadership. He would apply those experiences to his business life, and it ev...Show More
Jim Brown: Seeing Failure as a Form of Education

0:00 | Aug 23rd, 2017

Jim Brown grew up poor and had his dreams crushed when he was just 18. He then turned to the Marines, and while serving in the Marine Corps he learned valuable lessons about leadership. He would apply those experiences to his business life, and it ev...Show More
Ulrich Boser: How to Become a More Effective Learner

0:00 | Aug 21st, 2017

Ulrich Boser has unlocked the secrets of how to learn more efficiently and effectively, and he wants to share them with you. In our latest episode, Ulrich smashes conventional beliefs when it comes to how we train our brains to learn. He even points ...Show More
Ulrich Boser: How to Become a More Effective Learner

0:00 | Aug 21st, 2017

Ulrich Boser has unlocked the secrets of how to learn more efficiently and effectively, and he wants to share them with you. In our latest episode, Ulrich smashes conventional beliefs when it comes to how we train our brains to learn. He even points ...Show More
Best of: The Conversations We're Afraid to Have with Jerry Colonna

0:00 | Aug 18th, 2017

In one of our most insightful interviews ever, we spoke with Jerry Colonna, the CEO of Reboot.IO about how to be resilient, find your sense of self, and how to deal with the "impostor syndrome." Take a listen to see how to have a healthy relationship...Show More