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Behind the Brilliance

Lisa Nicole Bell

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Behind the Brilliance is a weekly long form podcast featuring conversations with some of the world’s most innovative and inspiring people in art, culture, technology, business, lifestyle, and personal development along with Lisa's inspiring and funny...Show More
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Season 9 Recap

10:23 | Apr 25th

A quick recap of the dynamic guests and conversations from Season 9 of Behind the Brilliance. www.behindthebrilliance.com
185 Elaine Pagels on Faith, Grief, and Starting New Chapters

1:02:19 | Apr 18th

Elaine Pagels is a preeminent figure in the theological community. She is a religious historian at Princeton and the author of several books including her recent memoir, Why Religion? During this conversation, Elaine opens up about her winding journe...Show More
184 Vanessa K De Luca on Being Editor in Chief of Your Life and Career

1:20:11 | Apr 11th

Vanessa K. De Luca is a brilliant and dynamic journalistic force who was the lauded Editor in Chief at ESSENCE magazine...and then she wasn't. With grace and resilience, she's charted a new path for her career and is creating a blueprint for other pr...Show More
183 Mandela SH Dixon on Reinventing Herself and Flipping Failure into Success

1:15:48 | Apr 4th

Mandela SH Dixon is the founder and CEO of Founder Gym, an online training center for underrepresented founders. During our conversation, we talked about how flipped a talent for teaching into a dynamic career in Silicon Valley.  Behind Her Brilli...Show More
182 On Reinvention

11:20 | Mar 28th

Lisa tees up the final block of season 9 with a quick discussion of reinvention. Show Notes: http://bit.ly/BTB182
181 Tipsy Talk

1:09:44 | Mar 21st

Lisa talks with longtime BTB listener Brandy Lucas about BTB's early days, her religious journey, her fitness regimen, and how her relationship with money has changed over time. Show Notes: http://bit.ly/BTB181
180 Laura Vanderkam on Productivity, Purpose, and Pleasure

48:46 | Mar 14th

Laura Vanderkam is a prolific author whose TED talk, "How to Gain Control of Your Free Time" has been viewed more than 5 million times. Her books center on productivity and helping readers spend more time on the things they love and less time on the ...Show More
179 Q+A: Taming Impulse Buys

32:48 | Mar 7th

Lisa answers a listener question about taming impulse buys and staying on budget. Show Notes: http://bit.ly/BTBQA179
178 Jamila Souffrant on Money, Mindset, and Motivation

58:57 | Feb 28th

Jamila Souffrant is blazing a trail for herself toward financial independence and documenting the journey along the way. We talked about the nut and bolts of her stacking more than $150,000, rethinking how she designed her life, and setting herself u...Show More
177 Going Deeper + Leveling Up

11:54 | Feb 21st

This solo episode is the gateway for the next block in Season 9: Going Deeper + Leveling Up. Show Notes: http://bit.ly/BTB177
176 Jonathan Jackson on Love, Lifestyle Design, and Living Intentionally

1:15:10 | Feb 15th

Part 2 Polymath, Blavity cofounder, Nieman fellow, and brilliant thinker Jonathan Jackson sits down with Lisa to pull back the curtain on his journey, his lessons learned, and how he's leveling up.
175 Jonathan Jackson on Blackness, Blavity, and Emotional Bravery

1:15:27 | Feb 14th

Part 1 Blavity cofounder, Nieman fellow, and polymath Jonathan Jackson sits down with Lisa to pull back the curtain on his journey, his lessons learned, and how he's leveling up.
174 Paul Jarvis on Being a Company of One

1:48:29 | Feb 7th

Paul Jarvis is back to talk with me about his new book, Company of One, what he's been up to since his last BTB appearance, and other topics like lifestyle design, money, and much more.
173 Andrea Barrica on Sex, Startups, and Success

1:07:47 | Jan 31st

Andrea Barrica is the founder of O School, a nonjudgmental resource on all things dating and sex. We talked about how she found herself working in tech, her experience coming out to her Catholic family, and why she started O School. We also talk abou...Show More
172 The Polymath Path

59:45 | Jan 24th

This solo episode offers fresh perspective on crafting a life and career that works for multidisciplinary folks. Topics Covered:  -Thoughts on envy and what to do with it -How to choose what to work on -The path to profitability as a ...Show More
Season 9 Preview

10:01 | Jan 23rd

Behind the Brilliance is back! Season 9 kicks off on Thursday, January 24. Listen to this sneak peek of what's to come.
171 Season 8 Recap

20:26 | Sep 20th, 2018

In this solo episode, Lisa summarizes the gems, highlights and outstanding conversations from Season 8.  Show Notes: http://bit.ly/Season8Recap
170 Carla Hall on Food, Failure, and Finding the Funny in Life

1:04:51 | Sep 13th, 2018

Carla Hall is a revelation. I saved my favorite episode of the season for last because her personality is like the last piece of cake that you want to save and savor at the perfect time. In our winding chat, Carla talks about the serendipitous way sh...Show More
169 On Friendship and the Shortness of Life

27:15 | Sep 6th, 2018

In this solo episode, Lisa shares her reflections on friendship, a friend's recent passing, and excerpts from the essay, On the Shortness of Life.
168 Debbie Millman on Designing Her Career and Life

1:08:44 | Aug 30th, 2018

Designer, author, and podcaster Debbie Millman details how she overcame personal adversity to create a career and life that reflects her values. During this winding conversation, we cover pain, process, P. Diddy, and much more. Behind Her Brillian...Show More
167 Q+A: Setting Boundaries

36:50 | Aug 28th, 2018

In this solo episode, Lisa answers a listener question about setting boundaries with friends and family. Get tickets for XX here: http://bit.ly/XXcomedy Episode Sponsor: ABLE Visit LiveFashionable.com and enter code BEHINDTHEBRILLIANCE for 20...Show More
166 Jewel Burks on Building A Startup

59:15 | Aug 23rd, 2018

THE SHOW Jewel Burks was the founder and CEO of Partpic, a company she sold to Amazon in 2016. During our chat, we talk about what she learned, how she grew, and why winning requires laser focus.  Behind Her Brilliance: God and Her Mom Say hi ...Show More
165 Failing Forward

28:17 | Aug 16th, 2018

Lisa shares 6 thoughts on failing forward, defining success, and staying sane as you level up. Topics Covered:  The functionality of failure  Defining success in clear, personal terms  Being kind to yourself when you fail  Success as ...Show More
164 Barrett Ward on Sustainable Fashion and Socially Conscious Business

1:15:49 | Aug 9th, 2018

Barrett Ward is the founder and CEO of ABLE, a lifestyle brand focused on ending generational poverty by working with women who have often overcome extraordinary circumstances. We manufacture directly in the communities we wish to impact, both locall...Show More
163 Joi Chaney on Politics, Pay Parity, and Productivity

1:19:52 | Aug 2nd, 2018

Joi Chaney is the executive director and campaign manager for Equal Pay Today, an organization that works in coalition to close the gender wage gap across the United States. In this winding and thought-provoking conversation, Joi reflects on her stor...Show More
162 Rainbow Barris on Medicine, Motherhood, and Marriage

1:09:59 | Jul 26th, 2018

Rainbow Barris is the real life inspiration for the fictional character "Rainbow" on the hit ABC comedy, Blackish. In this wide-ranging conversation, we talk about her reflections on medicine, marriage, motherhood, and making the most of life at ever...Show More
161 Lisa Feldman Barrett on How Emotions Are Made

1:12:18 | Jul 19th, 2018

Lisa Feldman Barrett is the author of 'How Emotions Are Made' and a University Distinguished Professor of Psychology at Northeastern University with an appointment at Harvard Medical School. In this conversation, we talk about Lisa's book and what sh...Show More
160 Benjamin Spall on Designing the Perfect Morning Routine

49:03 | Jul 12th, 2018

Benjamin Spall is the founder of MyMorningRoutine.com and the co-author of the book, My Morning Routine, which was chosen as one of Amazon’s best business books of 2018, one of the Financial Times books of the month, and one of Business Insider’s bes...Show More
159 Q+A: Defining Success + Personal vs Business Brands

33:49 | Jul 10th, 2018

This solo episode features answers to 2 listener questions: one is about defining success and the other is about separating a personal brand from a business brand. There also happens to be a brief discussion on breakups, why gym bros are the wors...Show More
158 Jennifer Romolini on Work, Hustle, and Winning for Misfits

1:07:25 | Jul 5th, 2018

Jennifer Romolini is the former Chief Content Officer for Shondaland.com and the author of Weird in a World That's Not which is a fresh, honest take on traditional career advice. In our conversation, Jennifer gives hope and high fives to the misfits ...Show More
157 Dhonielle Clayton on Devotion to Craft, Pushing Boundaries, and Designing Her Destiny

1:40:10 | Jun 28th, 2018

Dhonielle Clayton is the New York Times bestselling author of The Belles in addition to being the co-founder of Cake Literary and the COO of the non-profit, We Need Diverse Books. She's a brilliant creative force who is constantly expanding her sense...Show More
156 Paula Pant on Going from Broke to Financially Independent and Why Time Matters More than Money

58:41 | Jun 21st, 2018

THE SHOW Paula Pant is the founder of AffordAnything.com, an award-winning personal finance website. In this conversation, we talk about how we went from struggling as a journalist to traveling the world to building a portfolio of 8 properties to rea...Show More
155 Dr. David Burns on Why Therapy Sucks (& How to Make It Better) and Recovering From Perfectionism

1:07:34 | Jun 14th, 2018

Dr. David Burns is the author of Feeling Good, a seminal work on cognitive behavioral therapy that has sold more than 5 million copies. We talk about the difficulties he faced getting the book published, his advice to listeners interested in therapy,...Show More
154 Eli Finkel on What Makes Modern Marriage Thrive

1:04:16 | Jun 7th, 2018

Eli Finkel is a social psychology professor who studies interpersonal attraction, marriage, conflict resolution, and how our social relationships influence our goal achievement. Our conversation centers on his brilliant book, The All or Nothing Marri...Show More
153 Birthday Likes + Lessons

45:10 | Jun 6th, 2018

Lisa shares what she's learned and loved during her last trip around the sun.
152 Deesha Dyer on Her Journey from Hip Hop Journalism in Philly to the Obama White House

1:16:52 | May 31st, 2018

This is a breathtaking underdog and reinvention story. Perhaps the most remarkable I've heard on Behind the Brilliance. Deesha shares her journey from boarding school to dropping out of college because she ran out of money to becoming a White House i...Show More
151 Amy Morin on Things Mentally Tough People Don't Do

1:07:08 | May 24th, 2018

Amy Morin was a vibrant twenty-something with a bright future ahead of her when tragedy struck not once, but twice: she lost her mother and her husband in a span of three short years. Refusing to feel sorry for herself, Amy used what she'd learned as...Show More
150 Season 7 Recap

29:56 | Nov 16th, 2017

A recap w/ snippets of highlights from Season 7 of the show.
149 Lisa Congdon on Reinventing Yourself and Melding Commerce and Creativity

1:24:05 | Nov 9th, 2017

Lisa Congdon's brilliance in her courage, dedication, and willingness to take calculated risks. After leaving her elementary school and nonprofit careers at 40, she become a self-taught artist. Now she manages an empire of passive and active income t...Show More
148 Tonya Rapley on Managing Money, Starting Over, and Winning Your Way

1:28:38 | Nov 2nd, 2017

A financial educator dishes on money, spirituality, and starting over with grace
147 8 for 2018

35:39 | Oct 26th, 2017

8 things to consider for the coming year.
146 Luchina Fisher on Not Staying In Your Lane, Saying Yes, and Reproductive Rights

1:34:04 | Oct 19th, 2017

Luchina Fisher is an award-winning writer, director, and producer. Her latest film, Birthright, challenges the war on reproductive rights in America. As an accomplished artist and dynamic woman, Luchina shares hard-won wisdom and reflections on a wid...Show More
145 Q+A: Political Activism + Social Justice

24:05 | Oct 19th, 2017

A listener from Twitter asked whether I felt a responsibility to use my platform good. I answered. In detail. Black women are centered and I share my thoughts on protests, converting points of view, economic empowerment, and much more.
145 Q+A: Political Activism + Social Justice

0:00 | Oct 19th, 2017

A listener from Twitter asked whether I felt a responsibility to use my platform good. I answered. In detail. Black women are centered and I share my thoughts on protests, converting points of view, economic empowerment, and much more.
144 Idil Ahmed on Science of the Mind, Spirituality, and Getting Out of Your Own Way

1:15:04 | Oct 12th, 2017

Idil Ahmed has amassed a following of more than 1 million people on Twitter (@idillionaire), Instagram, and Facebook by delivering inspiring and illuminating content. An author, entrepreneur, speaker, and science enthusiast, Idil has made it her life...Show More
143 Dr. Michael Breus on The Easy Way to Better Sleep

50:35 | Oct 5th, 2017

Dr. Michael Breus is the leading authority on sleep in the United States. He is a clinical psychologist and one of 163 psychologists in the world with his credentials and distinctions related to sleep disorders. In this fast paced conversation, I bom...Show More
142 Roderick Cox on Commitment to Craft and Artistic Excellence

1:04:54 | Sep 28th, 2017

Roderick Cox is just one of a handful of African-American conductors in the world. He is currently the associate conductor of the Minnesota Orchestra and has gained national attention for his outstanding talent. During this conversation, he pulls bac...Show More
141 Kelly Hoey on Making Connections and Making Leaps

1:00:23 | Sep 21st, 2017

Kelly Hoey is an author, speaker, and angel investor. Her book, Build Your Dream Network, is a guide for making modern career connections that power a career you love. Whether you're an indie artist or a high powered C level exec, Kelly's advice is u...Show More
140 A'Lelia Bundles on Madam CJ Walker + Starting Late and Still Winning

1:12:06 | Sep 14th, 2017

A'Lelia Bundles is a four time author, public speaker, journalist, and television producer. Her Madam CJ Walker biography On Her Own Ground is being produced for TV by Octavia Spencer and LeBron James. We talk about A'Lelia's dynamic career, her appr...Show More
139 Angela Nissel on Turning Being Broke into a Brilliant Career

1:10:49 | Sep 7th, 2017

Angela Nissel is the bestselling author of The Broke Diaries, a television writer, and all around dope and funny woman. We talk about her varied and fascinating career, the best lessons she's learned, and why she'd rather have money than fame.  We co...Show More
138 Big Questions

08:24 | Aug 31st, 2017

This episode is a short and sweet compilation of questions. They'll challenge you, inspire you, and make you think. Journal about them, discuss them with friends, or just think on them. They're the perfect way to prepare for 2018.  PLUS! I share deet...Show More
137 Rachel Hill on Making Passion Profitable, Conquering Depression, and Gamifying Marketing

1:27:35 | Aug 24th, 2017

Rachel Hill is a corporate superstar turned wanderlust warrior. She left a 6 figure salary at a Fortune 50 company to backpack through Asia. She's been traveling ever since. Now she runs RachelTravels.com, a travel blog and business that delivers use...Show More
136 Duane Spires on Turning $5 into a Multimillion Dollar Empire

1:16:19 | Aug 17th, 2017

Duane Spires is a serial entrepreneur who brings passion and enthusiasm to everything he does. We covered a LOT in this episode including the details of his journey to building multiple $1M+ businesses, his take on dealing with setbacks, how he handl...Show More
135 Africa Miranda on Reinvention, Reality TV, and Real Beauty

1:13:00 | Aug 10th, 2017

Influencer, actress, and entrepreneur Africa Miranda stops by to chat about her journey from a girl with New York City dreams in Alabama to star of Bravo's "The New Atlanta" to dynamic woman birthing a luxury beauty brand.  During this talk, Africa o...Show More
134 Nitasha Tiku on Managing Envy, Orgasmic Meditation + Tech Journalism

1:23:11 | Aug 3rd, 2017

Nitasha Tiku is a senior technology writer for WIRED. Her past work includes writing for Gawker, BuzzFeed, Inc, and The Verge. During this chat, we cover a lot of topics including:  -How Nitasha broke into journalism (and her advice for people who wa...Show More
133 How to Make Your Own Luck

27:58 | Jul 27th, 2017

This episode offers 9 ways to make your own luck - even if you feel you have particularly unlucky circumstances. It also offers fresh ways to think about pursuing big goals and finding success.
132 Season 6 Recap

18:03 | May 18th, 2017

Season 6 was a solid collection of conversations from an eclectic array of folks including writers, entrepreneurs, actors, and artists. I'm grateful to the amazing guests who generously shared their time and opened up about their experiences and less...Show More
131 Jessica Abel on Creativity, Commerce, and Art as a Service

1:17:40 | May 11th, 2017

My nickname for this show is the Creativity Meets Commerce. Jessica has designed systems and processes for her work and offers frameworks for other artists. Her work deals with the hard stuff: staying out of your own way, thinking about the bigger pi...Show More
130 Felecia Hatcher on Reinventing Yourself, Delegating, and Effective Time Management

1:23:31 | May 4th, 2017

Felecia Hatcher is a White House Award-Winning Entrepreneur, Globally Sought after Speaker and Author who works to rid communities of innovation deserts and creates cool books, products and courses to help Start-Ups, Creatives and Broke Entrepreneurs...Show More
129 More with Less

34:21 | Apr 27th, 2017

In the last solo episode of Season 6, I share some thoughts on weaving minimalism into our lives in practical ways. Of course, shenanigans are sprinkled throughout for our mutual amusement.  This episode covers:  -the Fleeing Suitcase exercise  -dela...Show More
128 Tiffany Dufu on Delegating, Dropping the Ball, and Doing Less

1:17:21 | Apr 20th, 2017

My nickname for this episode is the Sanity Show. It's full of fresh ideas and perspective on getting things done with grace, staying sane when you're ambitious, and learning how to leverage relationships to fulfill your personal and professional pote...Show More
127 Q+A: Choosing Values + Business Structures

51:52 | Apr 13th, 2017

In the last Q+A episode of Season 6, I answer a question about how I discovered and implemented my system of values and a question about choosing between a lifestyle business and a scalable business.  Topics covered in this episode:  -Why I decided t...Show More
126 Kristi Coulter on Going Dry, Starting Over, and Non-Binary Thinking

1:45:59 | Apr 6th, 2017

Kristi and I had such a good conversation that lasted about 2 hours. We talked about her essay "Enjoli - read it at http://bit.ly/KristiEnjoli,why you're never too old to start over, and much more.  Kristi is a writer and soon-to-be author who penned...Show More
125 Tipsy Talk Part 2: $ + Art

57:17 | Mar 30th, 2017

On Part 2 of Tipsy Talk, listener Priscilla asks about sustaining herself as an artist. I shared my experiences, and we covered a lot including:  -why financial literacy is a must for creatives -high level marketing considerations for artists -rethin...Show More
124 Daniel Crosby on Money + Meaning

1:15:56 | Mar 24th, 2017

This episode is probably in my top 10 favorites of all the BTB episodes because of how practical and important the conversation was. It wasn't until the past couple of years that I stopped obsessing over making more money and started thinking more de...Show More
123 Tipsy Talk Part 1: A Listener's Questions for Lisa

1:07:42 | Mar 16th, 2017

In this first part of Tipsy Talk, listener and former guest Tamara turns the mic on me to ask about everything from my cross country move, how I clarified my values, my favorite project from the past and more.  Show Notes: http://bit.ly/TipsyTalk1
122 Amanda Parris on Making Great Art, Managing Imposter Syndrome + More

1:29:23 | Mar 9th, 2017

This conversation is a must-listen for creatives and people who want to make something out of nothing. Amanda is one of the most inspiring creatives I've had on the show. In spite of not having the arts degree, the wealthy family, and whatever else y...Show More
121 Dr. Andrew Newberg on How Meditation + Prayer Change Your Brain

1:01:38 | Mar 2nd, 2017

This episode is a spiritual nerd’s dream come true. I sat down with Dr. Andrew Newberg (neuroscientist + author of How God Changes Your Brain) to talk about how meditation, prayer, and religion change your brain. As a researcher, he’s a pioneer in th...Show More
120: Q+A - Weight Training, Fave Books, Finding Time to Read

1:03:23 | Feb 24th, 2017

This episode is a Q+A with answers to questions on how and why I weight train, my favorite books of 2016, and how I find time to read. My answers cover a lot of topics: -why I started weight training -the supplements I use to get results -the benefit...Show More
119 Andrea Pippins on Creativity + Minimalism + Fear

1:45:06 | Feb 17th, 2017

This episode is one my favorite kind - one that touches on a wide range of topics with candor and curiosity. Andrea Pippins is an illustrator (you've seen some of her recent work in the Lenny Letter), designer, author, and generally amazing person. T...Show More
118 Q+A Meditation, Imposter Syndrome, Working for Free

1:01:26 | Feb 9th, 2017

This episode is a Q+A with answers to questions about how and why I meditate, how I deal with Imposter Syndrome, and whether working for free is a good idea. My answers cover a lot of topics: -why I started meditating and what I get out of it -the st...Show More
117 Damon Young of Very Smart Brothas

1:52:33 | Feb 2nd, 2017

This episode is the perfect kickoff to Black History Month. Writer and Very Smart Brothas founder Damon Young (a self-described Professional Black Person) joined me for a funny and fascinating conversation about his journey from basketball star to wr...Show More
116 To Don't List

54:49 | Jan 26th, 2017

This week's episode is a solo talk on the 11 things we should all stop doing in 2017. A lot of "to do" lists come out near the top of the year, but I decided there were more things we should probably quit than start. 1. Being busy for the sake of bei...Show More
115: Tina Lifford

1:49:59 | Jan 20th, 2017

This show should be titled Hustle and Heart because those are the two things Tina Lifford has in spades. This conversation tells the story of Tina turning her wishful dream into a thriving career, recovering from major life setbacks, and developing t...Show More
114 Q+A: Creating an "Ideal Life"

1:17:56 | Jan 12th, 2017

This week's Q+A episode deals with the topic of creating an "ideal life" and escaping a 9-5. I put ideal life in quotations because I don't believe in absolutes when it comes to figuring your life out. It's heavy lifting, it's hard, and it takes time...Show More
113 Alyse Killeen

1:22:19 | Jan 5th, 2017

What does it look like when your perfect career finds you instead of you stressing out about finding it? My conversation in this episode answers that question. Alyse Killeen is a venture capitalist, founder of City Fellows and Women in Venture, and a...Show More
112 Six in 2016

50:09 | Dec 29th, 2016

To close out the year, Lisa shares the six things she learned and recaps her year. If you're feeling anxiety about 2017, this episode will be a reminder of the good to come. If you're excited about 2017, this will sprinkle more hype on your optimism....Show More
111 Tamara Floyd

1:39:22 | Dec 22nd, 2016

This week's episode delivers a hearty buffet of topics. From selling to sensory deprivation tanks to setting boundaries, we covered a lot. Tamara Floyd is the founder of Natural Hair Rules, a blog that has become a mainstay among natural hair enthusi...Show More
110 Q+A: Getting Out of a Funk

1:13:11 | Dec 16th, 2016

This is a solo Q+A episode featuring 2 questions from listeners. This episode is long but meaty. I lay out my process for getting out of a funk, how I keep my mental state elevated on a daily basis, and more. Question 1: As I was on the train this mo...Show More
109 Jamila Daniel

1:10:29 | Dec 8th, 2016

Have you ever felt like you were too old (or too something) to go after a dream? This week's guest is the talented, smart, and gorgeous Jamila Daniel. After a career in entertainment journalism and a stint working for the Rachel Maddow show, Jamila d...Show More
108 Eric Bahn

1:38:08 | Dec 1st, 2016

Season 6 is here! We've got a lot of catching up to do. If you want to skip all the hugs, kisses, and housekeeping, jump ahead to about the 20 minute mark to begin this amazing conversation. What would you do if you came into millions of dollars as a...Show More
107 Season 5 Recap

33:28 | Oct 13th, 2016

I'm closing out this amazing season with my recap of the season's highlight, the three things you should check out during the show's hiatus, and what I'm currently working on. Recapped episodes: 83 - Colin Wright 88 - The Strangest Secret 93 - Bea Ar...Show More
106 Ben Watkins

1:39:04 | Oct 6th, 2016

This week's guest is writer/producer Ben Watkins who is the creator of the Amazon show, Hand of God. This is one of my favorite episodes ever. Ben was amazingly transparent about his journey and offered up excellent advice on life, work, and creativi...Show More
105 Simone Missick

1:36:52 | Sep 29th, 2016

The talented, gorgeous, and inspiring actress Simone Missick joins me to talk about her path from struggle to success as a star on Marvel's Luke Cage series on Netflix. This conversation is full of inspiring stories, wisdom, and much more. We cover: ...Show More
104 Monique Woodard

1:16:33 | Sep 23rd, 2016

This week's guest is Monique Woodard, a venture partner at 500 Startups and one of the few black female VCs. During this chat, we talk about her early days, her career in the music business, her path to starting her first company, her dating experien...Show More
103 Q+A - Friends Who Match Your Hustle + Feeling Stuck

48:31 | Sep 15th, 2016

This week's episode is a Q+A answering questions about how to find new friends once you've overhauled your life and what to do when you feel stuck. In the first answer, I share my approach to building new personal friendships (and how badly I used to...Show More
102 Kirk Moore

2:03:41 | Sep 8th, 2016

Super talented writer Kirk Moore stops by to chat with me about his journey from broke to breakthrough as an artist. We talk about his beginnings in Houston, how he honed his craft, and his path to professional writing. This episode is a must-listen ...Show More
101 Marlon Nichols

1:08:53 | Sep 1st, 2016

Cross Culture Ventures founder Marlon Nichols joins me to chat about his path from corporate consultant to passionate venture capitalist. We also talk about the traits great founders share, how Marlon thinks about new opportunities, and his advice on...Show More
100: Joyful Ambition

44:22 | Aug 25th, 2016

This solo episode deals with how to pursue big ambitions with sanity and joy. I cover a lot of stuff: borrowing from the future, defining success, goals vs milestones, popularity vs purpose, and much more. It's a dose of real talk, inspiration, and m...Show More
099 Doreen Bloch

1:32:23 | Aug 18th, 2016

This week’s guest is Doreen Bloch, founder and CEO of Poshly, a data company focused on beauty. Besides being one of my favorite people, Doreen is whip smart, super talented, and very passionate. During this chat, we covered a lot: -Doreen’s experien...Show More
098 Tiffany Smith-Anoa'i

1:05:43 | Aug 11th, 2016

This week's guest is Tiffany Smith-Anoa'i, EVP of Diversity, Inclusion & Communications at CBS Television. After making a role for herself at Nike, she went on to do PR for comedian Sinbad before landing at CBS and rising through the ranks. Tiffany i...Show More
097 Q+A: Values Based Filters + Time vs Money

50:15 | Aug 4th, 2016

This week's episode is a Q+A answering questions on how I created my values-based filters that I use to make key decisions and why time is more important than money. There's one more Q+A episode coming up this season so if you have a question, email ...Show More
096 Gunnar Lovelace

1:03:14 | Jul 28th, 2016

This week's guest is the smart and heart-centered Gunnar Lovelace. He's the co-founder and co-CEO of Thrive Market, an online market offering top-selling healthy brands delivered to your doorstep for wholesale prices. I'm a huge fan of the company an...Show More
095 Rosetta Thurman Reloaded

1:30:45 | Jul 21st, 2016

The brilliant life strategist Rosetta Thurman joins me again to catch up on life, love, and the pursuit of happiness. As the founder of Happy Black Woman, Rosetta leads a thriving community of women aspiring to be, do, and have the best.   In this ch...Show More
094 Christina Jones

1:37:28 | Jul 15th, 2016

This week's guest is the talented Christina Jones. She made the leap from graphic designer to full time writer without a publisher, agent, or a ton of time (she's a mom and wife). In this convo, we cover a lot of ground: -how Christina got her start ...Show More
093: Bea Arthur

1:45:42 | Jul 7th, 2016

This week's guest is therapist turned entrepreneur Bea Arthur. The self-proclaimed Beyonce of tech joins me on my virtual couch to talk about a cocktail of topics including: -Bea's journey as the daughter of Ghanian immigrants -How Bea found her way ...Show More
092 Paul Jarvis

1:40:05 | Jun 30th, 2016

This episode is a conversation with the smart, heavily tattooed, and awesome Paul Jarvis. Paul started his career as a freelance web designer and then started writing advice for people who wanted to figure out how to balance the business aspects of t...Show More
091 Q+A - Journaling & Unsupportive People

42:27 | Jun 23rd, 2016

In this solo episode, I answer two listener questions: 1 about my journaling process and another about how to deal with unsupportive family members.   I share a lot of thoughts: -Why I journal and reasons I think journaling is helpful for everyone no...Show More
090 Rachel Rodgers

1:31:14 | Jun 16th, 2016

This week's guest is attorney-turned-entrepreneur Rachel Rodgers. After realizing she didn't want to take a traditional path after law school, Rachel launched a virtual office and went on to make a business out of sharing what she knows. In this conv...Show More
089 Darrah Brustein

1:24:04 | Jun 9th, 2016

This week's episode is a conversation with founder and superconnector Darrah Brustein. Darrah is the cofounder and CEO of Equitable Payments, and she is the founder of the fast-growing national networking event series, Network Under 40. In this episo...Show More
088 The Strangest Secret

56:37 | Jun 2nd, 2016

This week's episode features one of my favorite recordings - The Strangest Secret by Earl Nightingale. The recording lays out some compelling ideas about personal development and success. It's an older recording so some of the references are dated, b...Show More
087 Birthday Episode 2016

56:05 | May 26th, 2016

This week's episode is the annual birthday episode where I share what I've learned (and remembered) in the past year.   Show Notes: http://bit.ly/BTBbirthday
086 Elisa Camahort Page

1:26:28 | May 19th, 2016

This week, Lisa Likes Night Shift, the Apple feature that automatically changes the color of your display to the warmer end of the color spectrum after dark with the intention of helping you get a better night's sleep. This week's guest is Elisa Cama...Show More
085 Willie Jackson

2:12:52 | May 13th, 2016

This episode starts with a recap of my trip to Egypt. This week, Lisa Likes Global Entry - the trusted traveler program that lets you breeze through customs when you return to the US. This week's guest is Willie Jackson, an entreprenurial technologis...Show More
084 Q+A: Dealing w/ Overwhelm + Opportunities

51:14 | May 5th, 2016

This week's episode is a Q+A session where I answer a question about dealing with overwhelm and how to manage new opportunities. This week, Lisa Likes Spider Oak ONE, a super awesome, privacy-enhanced backup system that stores your files on a hard dr...Show More
083 Colin Wright Reloaded

1:35:12 | Apr 28th, 2016

It's the Season 5 kickoff of Behind the Brilliance! On this episode, I intro the season with what you can expect (more great conversations + solo episodes + surprises), how I spent the hiatus (traversing Europe trying not to become the next victim Li...Show More
082 Season 4 Recap

38:30 | Mar 24th, 2016

I do recaps at the end of each season to share highlights and interesting tidbits from the most recent batch of shows. This is especially useful to folks who are new to the show and may be overwhelmed with the idea of catching up. This season's reca...Show More
081 Q+A: Finding More Time

40:32 | Mar 17th, 2016

In this Q+A episode, Lisa answers a listener question about "finding more time" for creative endeavors. Lisa shares her past challenges with managing time and also breaks down her tried and true system for getting things done minus the drama and excu...Show More
080 Erica Nicole

1:15:50 | Mar 10th, 2016

Serial entrepreneur Erica Nicole (Founder/CEO of YFS Magazine) joins my virtual couch to dish her secrets on startups, success, and life. During this convo, we cover how Erica grew YFS from a tiny one woman blog to a global leader in inspiring and pr...Show More
079 Q+A

47:21 | Mar 3rd, 2016

You ask, Lisa answers. This Q+A episode features questions on how to transition into a remote work opportunity, what Lisa thinks of the 4 Hour Workweek, and how to find (and keep) great mentors. As usual, there are awesome book recommendations and s...Show More
078 Happiness Habits

46:05 | Feb 25th, 2016

It's the second month of the year - the time when we start to lose steam and slack. This episode dives into habits - little choices we can make that move us closer to where we want to be. In this episode, Lisa covers gratitude, meditation, progress p...Show More
077 Maren Kate Donovan

1:10:41 | Feb 18th, 2016

Serial entrepreneur Maren Kate Donovan joins Lisa to chat about Maren's former startup Zirtual (what went wrong and how Maren coped) along with Maren's new venture, The Memento Mori Society.
076 Risk & Reward

50:28 | Feb 11th, 2016

Lisa breaks down an approach to taking calculated risks and why you should probably be taking way more risks in life.
075 Uyo Okebie Eichelberger

1:10:54 | Feb 4th, 2016

Lisa interviews entrepreneur Uyo Okebie Eichelberger about her path to success, her approach to lifestyle design, and the reason Burlington Coat Factory is not a dream retail destination.
074 On Purpose

40:48 | Jan 27th, 2016

Lisa shares her thoughts on how to discover and live with a sense of purpose.
073 Stoicism for Regular People

42:07 | Jan 22nd, 2016

Lisa offers her fresh spin on the age old philosophy of Stoicism.
072 The 2016 To Do List

35:06 | Jan 15th, 2016

Lisa shares her to do list for 2016 and her new favorite app, Personal Capital.
071 New Year, Do You

49:26 | Jan 7th, 2016

In this solo episode, Lisa shares her thoughts on why resolutions suck, how she likes to use the Wheel of Life at the top of the year, and her favorite book recommendations for each key area on the Wheel of Life.
070: Holiday Reading + Year End Reminders

26:02 | Dec 17th, 2015

Lisa shares holiday reflections and her best book recommendations for this time of year.
069 Lisa's Favorite Things

51:32 | Dec 10th, 2015

Lisa recaps her favorite things from 2015.
068 Meeting 52 New People - A Social Experiment

33:29 | Dec 4th, 2015

Lisa recounts her lessons and observations from her social experiment of meeting 52 new people in a calendar year.
067 Mynette Louie

59:05 | Nov 19th, 2015

Filmmaker and president of Game Changer Films Mynette Louie joins Lisa to discuss her career path, her thoughts on women in film, and more.
066 Considerations for the New Year

35:16 | Nov 13th, 2015

In this solo episode, Lisa share her thoughts on preparing for the year ahead. She also discusses the virtues of TSA Pre and why there should be a Pre for every aspect of life.
065 What I Know For Sure

34:03 | Nov 5th, 2015

In this solo episode, Lisa shares the 8 things she knows "for sure" as inspired by Oprah's book titled What I Know For Sure.
064 Roslyn Cobarrubias

1:05:35 | Oct 27th, 2015

Early Myspace employee turned music startup founder (mydiveo.com) Roslyn Cobarrubias joins Lisa to talk lifestyle design, building a career you love, networking, and much more.
063 Lifestyle Design

43:35 | Oct 22nd, 2015

Lisa riffs on lifestyle design - what it means, how she designed hers, and thoughts on why it's so important.
061 Status Anxiety + Season 4 Kickoff

41:22 | Oct 15th, 2015

Season 4 kicks off with a discussion about Lisa's favorite book of 2015, Status Anxiety.
062 Morgan DeBaun

1:07:44 | Oct 15th, 2015

Lisa sets down with cofounder and CEO of Blavity, Morgan DeBaun, to discuss her journey as an entrepreneur, the impact of black Milennial culture, and her approach to getting things done.
060 Season 3 Recap

36:43 | Jul 22nd, 2015

After a fun and inspiring season, Lisa recaps her favorite episodes and the most profound insights from this season's guests.
059 Brad Feld

1:22:48 | Jul 16th, 2015

Serial entrepreneur turned venture capitalist Brad Feld joins Lisa to chat about his path to success, his approach to conquering depression, and why he loves marathons.
058 Lisa's Favorite Apps

30:59 | Jul 8th, 2015

In this solo episode, Lisa shares her top 5 favorite apps plus an honorable mention. During #LisaLikes, she breaks down the struggle and virtue of the hipster vegetable, kale.
057 Elizabeth Saunders

1:19:45 | Jul 2nd, 2015

Bestselling author and Harvard Business Review columnist Elizabeth Saunders joins Lisa to chat about her leap from magazine editor to entrepreneur, her philosophy on minimalism, and why time management should be a priority for everyone. Lisa also goe...Show More
056 Comfort Zones + Failure

18:57 | Jun 25th, 2015

Lisa shares her thoughts on the importance of getting (and staying) out of the comfort zone and how failures can serve us.
055 On Manifestation

36:17 | Jun 18th, 2015

In this solo episode, Lisa discusses her thoughts on the idea of "manifesting" and shares a personal story on the topic.
054 On Travel

34:08 | Jun 11th, 2015

In this solo episode, Lisa discusses her wanderlusty love for travel and offers five reasons you should book your next adventure asap.
053 Franklin Leonard

1:07:26 | Jun 4th, 2015

Franklin Leonard, founder of The Black List and startup advisor, joins Lisa to discuss his path to professional success, his philosophy on fear, and his advice to novices.
052 The Birthday Episode

34:28 | May 29th, 2015

In this annual birthday episode, Lisa reflects on the past year of her life and shares some of her best lessons.
051 Books on Books on Books

34:55 | May 22nd, 2015

In the final book episode, Lisa shares her favorite business and relationship reads. She also drops some of the most unique names ever.
050: Lisa's Top 10 Personal Development Books Part 2

42:58 | May 16th, 2015

Lisa continues her discussion of her favorite personal development books.
049 Lisa's Top 10 Personal Development Book List Part 1

33:42 | May 7th, 2015

Lisa shares her favorite personal development books and shares what she's learned from each.
048 Don't Follow Your Passion

30:18 | Apr 30th, 2015

In this solo episode, Lisa discusses her perspective on why "following passion" is bad advice and what dreamers should do instead.
047 Four Traits of Achievers

29:24 | Apr 23rd, 2015

Lisa breaks down 4 specific traits she's observed in Behind the Brilliance guests and provides thoughts on applying those traits to your life and work.
046 Shara Senderoff

52:00 | Apr 16th, 2015

Movie producer and tech startup founder Shara Senderoff sits down with Lisa to discuss her path to founding Career Sushi (formerly known as Intern Sushi) and how she manages to stay sane amidst chaos. She also discusses her philosophy on startups and...Show More
045 Julie Smolyansky

1:02:59 | Apr 9th, 2015

CEO of Lifeway Kefir Julie Smolyansky joins Lisa to discuss her path to becoming CEO of the company, growing the sales to $130 million, and finding balance among the chaos. We also discuss her work with the UN and her work to end violence against wom...Show More
044 Michael Carney

54:52 | Apr 2nd, 2015

Pando Daily editor and soon to be venture capitalist Michael Carney drops by to discuss his career path, his approach to life, and his observations about entrepreneurship.
043 Evita Castine

1:00:44 | Mar 25th, 2015

Emmy award winning director Evita Castine stops by to discuss her work as a filmmaker, identity, race, creativity, and her approach to overcoming fear.
042: Melinda Emerson

1:14:00 | Mar 19th, 2015

Leading business expert Melinda Emerson kicks her shoes off with Lisa for a candid, funny, and inspiring conversation about her path to becoming the "Small Biz Lady" and successfully building a life and career she loves.
041: Stories

24:18 | Mar 12th, 2015

In this solo episode, Lisa shares her perspective on why the stories we tell ourselves are important. She tells a random story about monkeys on a pole, recommend a new book and also shares a framework for rewriting the stories we tell ourselves and o...Show More
040: Transitions

33:28 | Mar 5th, 2015

No matter how old or young you are, you have to deal with change and transitions at some point. This week, I discuss Transitions (and how to make them easier) at the request of a couple of listeners.
039: Mara Marini

1:00:24 | Feb 26th, 2015

Actress Mara Marini (Parks & Rec) joins Lisa to chat about her career, why she loves comedy, the annoying parts of dating in LA, and why she credits her family for her brilliance.
038: Defining Success

33:53 | Feb 19th, 2015

In this episode, Lisa serves Tony Robbins/Oprah Winfrey love child awesomeness as she discusses the elusive idea of "success" and how to define it in a way that feels authentic and personal. She also shares books she loves on the topic (surprise, sur...Show More
037: The Remix - Benoni Tagoe

1:11:31 | Feb 12th, 2015

In this episode, previous guest Benoni Tagoe graces my digital sofa again to talk about a mashup of topics including passion vs profit, personal branding, dating, and more.
036: Season 2 Recap

35:52 | Feb 5th, 2015

I kick off Season 3 of the show with a recap of the highlights from Season 2 and a special announcement.
035: Fundamentals for 2015

25:36 | Dec 18th, 2014

In this solo episode, I share my thoughts on Amazon's new show, Transparent, and discuss the importance of getting back to basics in preparation for the new year. I cover reading, writing, sweating, connecting, building, and eliminating. And of cours...Show More
034: Issa Rae

1:10:07 | Dec 11th, 2014

The funny and smart Issa Rae joins me to chat about her path to creating the hit webseries, The Misadventures of Awkward Black Girl along with her new project, Color Creative. Shenanigans and laughter abound as we discuss personality types, shifts in...Show More
033: Jozanne Marie

1:17:09 | Dec 4th, 2014

Mega talented actress and playwright Jozanne Marie stops by to share her breathtaking story of overcoming poverty and abuse to deliver an award-winning one woman show that's been hailed by the LA Times, the NAACP, and many others.
032: Q+A

28:22 | Nov 27th, 2014

In this solo episode, I answer listener questions on multitasking, my favorite books and resource, and finding new friends when you've made a positive life change.
031: Chris Dannen

1:12:14 | Nov 21st, 2014

In this episode, the amazingly smart Chris Dannen (writer for Fast Co, Maxim, Wired + technologist) graced my virtual couch with his thoughts on overcoming personal resistance to achieve goals, unleashing one's inner badass, detaching your identity f...Show More
030: Many ideas. Little time. Tough choices.

30:23 | Nov 13th, 2014

Like the bottomless mimosas at a well-done brunch, ideas tend to flow and flow and flow...and flow. Sometimes it's hard to decide what to pursue next. In this solo episode, I share my experience of trying to choose among any given group of ideas and ...Show More
029: Tiny Hinges

14:40 | Nov 6th, 2014

In this episode, I share thoughts on habits - the little things that make a big difference in our lives and careers. I also explore ways to form new habits and hack daily routines to make change easier. And of course, I shared a couple of book recs b...Show More
028: Julian Mitchell

1:11:36 | Oct 30th, 2014

In this episode, social media director and editor-at-large for Revolt, Julian Mitchell, talks with me about his career, music, his legacy, and what motivates him. He also explains the impact Ralph Emerson had on his life and shares his philosophy on ...Show More
027: Detoxing and Joy

27:19 | Oct 23rd, 2014

In this solo episode, I talk about my recent 3 day cleanse and digital detox. I also dive into what I call the "joy formula", how to create yours, and how I discovered mine. Lots of happy thoughts and inspiration in this episode...kind of like a trip...Show More
026: Envy vs Inspiration

26:52 | Oct 16th, 2014

In this solo episode, I share thoughts on the interesting and complicated ways relationships change when one person experiences success. I discuss my experience on getting rid of the green eyed monster (we've all been there) and how to deal with jeal...Show More
025: Brandi Ford

1:08:00 | Oct 9th, 2014

Actress, writer, and producer Brandi Ford stops by to talk about her HBO award-winning film, Muted. We covered the inspiration behind Muted, dealing with a creative identity crisis, work/life balance as a working mom and wife, and what happens when a...Show More
024: The Wire, Friends, and Follow Through

09:58 | Oct 2nd, 2014

In this episode, I share the necessity and urgency of seeing The Wire, a few thoughts on friendships and hand written notes, and the simplest, most effective way to be a game changer.
023: Decluttering

26:12 | Sep 25th, 2014

In this episode, Lisa shares her thoughts on the importance of decluttering and streamlining your life. She also shares like a gazillion books, her favorite TED talk and and the 5 areas you should declutter before year end.
022: Dealing with Setbacks

27:54 | Sep 18th, 2014

In this episode, Lisa follows up episode 21 with Benoni Tagoe with a discussion on setbacks. She shares her thoughts and experiences with setbacks and how she's overcome them. She also offers book recommendations (surprise, surprise) and shares her t...Show More
021: Benoni Tagoe

1:12:14 | Sep 11th, 2014

Creative entrepreneur Benoni Tagoe stops by to pull back the curtain on his success as the creator of The Bizz Plan, the head of business development for Issa Rae Productions and a music industry thought leader. We chat about his work in music, digit...Show More
020: Shane Snow

1:03:57 | Sep 4th, 2014

In this episode, entrepreneur, journalist, and author Shane Snow stops by to discuss his body of work, how his company was born, and what he learned while writing Smartcuts. The book analyzes the lives of people and companies that do incredible thing...Show More
Time Management Hacks for Super Busy People

36:27 | Aug 28th, 2014

In this episode, Lisa shares her best advice on time management and passes on great insight from high profile achievers on how to get more done in less time. She also recommends strategies for feeling less stressed while setting and pursuing big goal...Show More
Overcoming Creative Inertia

26:58 | Aug 21st, 2014

In this episode, Lisa shares her advice on dealing with writer's block and creative dilemmas. Based on her experience and that of successful creatives and entrepreneurs she knows, she offers five ways to deal with feelings creatively stuck.
017: Wadooah Wali

1:03:29 | Aug 14th, 2014

Award winning filmmaker and digital media maven Wadooah Wali stops by to talk about her film, Gaze of the Beholder, and give Lisa the scoop on what it took to get the film made. She also talks about her career in PR with companies like Demand Media a...Show More
016: Victory Boards

24:54 | Aug 8th, 2014

Lisa shares her reflections on the Cindy Gallop episode and the #LisaLikes pick, Psychocybernetics. She also shares why victory boards are just as important as vision boards and shares a random story from high school. She also gets all Iyanla towards...Show More
15 - Cindy Gallop

1:14:10 | Jul 31st, 2014

Creative entrepreneur Cindy Gallop stops by to share her thoughts on porn, startups, and the importance of taking consistent positive action. We cover her startups - Make Love Not Porn and If We Ran The World along with her philosophy on being a woma...Show More
014: Risk vs Regret

35:06 | Jul 25th, 2014

Lisa shares her unique perspective on risk vs regret and offers a framework for making risky decisions. She touches on the consequence of not making strategic decisions, the reason other people's opinions don't matter, and the most important reason t...Show More
013: Rebecca Bender

1:18:45 | Jun 26th, 2014

Sex trafficking survivor Rebecca Bender tells the story of how she went from girl next door to sex worker in a matter of months. Between pimps, drugs, and alcohol, Rebecca manages to escape, reinvent herself, and enjoy a new life as a wife and mother...Show More
012: Laura Wise

1:14:04 | Jun 19th, 2014

The talented and adventurous Laura Wise is this week's guest who shares her story of spending 18 months in the Phillippines as a missionary. We cover cutlure, the international effects of American media, and the current paradox of black women in ente...Show More
11: Pete Chatmon

1:13:19 | Jun 12th, 2014

Filmmaker + entrepreneur Pete Chatmon is the director/producer of multiple films starring top talent including Kerry Washington, Zoe Saldana, and Dorian Missick. After succesfully producing and directing his first feature film, he went on to create...Show More
010: Heidi Durrow

1:15:34 | Jun 5th, 2014

New York Times bestselling author Heidi Durrow shares her story of growing up Danish and African American and sorting out her identity. We also talk about how she landed on the New York Times list after 48 rejections from publishers. Her inspiring st...Show More
009: Lisa's Birthday episode

21:21 | May 29th, 2014

In this abbreviated episode, I share my reflections on the past year of my life and my hard-earned wisdom on taking risks, achievements, and the awkwardness of making friends as an adult.
008: Bunmi Laditan

1:05:29 | May 22nd, 2014

Author, humorist, and amazing woman Bunmi Laditan graces Lisa's virtual couch to talk about her journey as a writer and entrepreneur. She shares hard won insight on perserverance, reinventing yourself, and surviving parenthood.
007: Kiel Berry

1:18:41 | May 15th, 2014

Kiel Berry, EVP of Machine Shop, the creative studio of Linkin Park, stops by to share his story as a dynamic thinker using his business acumen on creative endeavors. We explore his journey to building a career he loves, his book Stunt, and his first...Show More
006: Pamela Slim

1:15:12 | May 8th, 2014

Bestselling author, speaker, and coach Pam Slim stops by to share her story of going from nonprofit consultant to successful thought leader. We cover a range of topics including parenthood, authenticity, and figuring out your purpose in life.
005: Michael Starrbury

1:10:59 | May 1st, 2014

Writer Michael Starrbury (The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete) stops by to chat about his life as a writer and his philosophy on a range of issues including class, race, and the creative process.   This is one of my top 5 favorite interviews ...Show More
004: Stacey Ferreira

57:00 | Apr 24th, 2014

Stacey Ferreira stopped by to share her story as a game changer and young entrepreneur. She tells the story of how she raised $1 million from Richard Branson and his business partner and then sold the company. She also shares her thoughts on dating a...Show More
Episode 003: Rosetta Thurman

1:05:59 | Apr 8th, 2014

Life and business coach Rosetta Thurman graced Lisa's virutal couch to talk about her journey through the non-profit world to entrepreneurship. She discusses the birth of her blog, Happy Black Woman, and offers insight on various topics including loc...Show More
Episode 002: Marty Neumeier

1:01:50 | Apr 8th, 2014

Marty Neumeier joins Lisa to discuss his career as a designer, thought leader, and entrepreneur. In this episode, you'll hear the story of how Marty met Steve Jobs, how he became an author, and his best advice for creatives.
Behind the Brilliance 001: Colin Wright

1:13:38 | Apr 8th, 2014

Writer, entrepreneur, and international man of mystery Colin Wright sits down with Lisa to discuss lifestyle design, writing, location independence, and why trampolines are better than white picket fences.