When Erin got injured in her mid-thirties, the formerly successful, indestructible, driven business owner met a foe she couldn’t beat… chronic pain. As she descended into despair and dark thoughts, she had an “a-ha” moment. “Maybe it wasn’t circumstance that caused her misery.” Armed with this new quest, Erin treated herself as a science experiment and healed both her body and her mind. The result, a system she uses to help free her clients from the blocks that hold them back.
Every one of my clients spend time with Clarence to learn their “personality type.” Clarence joins me today to discuss the Enneagram and how your personality type, developed from childhood, effects your everyday adulthood. By learning how we got the way we are, we can then employ the tools and internal shifts to work with, and free ourselves from these learned behaviors.
Izzy joins me today to describe the struggles he faced after being disarmed and what he did to keep himself afloat. He shares the day he lost his arm, the thoughts he had while in recovery, and what made him want to keep fighting. He explains why he doesn’t consider himself as a superhero and discusses some of the contents of his book and what inspired him to write it. He also explains why being kind to yourself in the face of adversity is critical to overcome them.
Your To-do List. Your Calendar. Your Credit Card Statement. They hold invaluable information. They tell us where you put your resources. Your time. Your attention. Your funds.
The first step to freedom, in other words, the ability to make different choices, is to get conscious. Look these things in the eye and question. Decide. Choose. You want to know why your life looks as it does (good or bad)? Where you aim your attention and your resources…. Grows.
Do all this, and you may find what is actually….valuable.
Jeff joins me today to share his story on how he never let his Adrenomyeloneuropathy (AMN) Disease get the best of him. He describes the moment he realized he needed to escape the walls of a cookie-cutter life and the process he used to achieve it. He also shares his experience with being diagnosed with a life-altering disease, what he and his wife did to respond to it in the best way possible and explains how his belief in God and other people allowed him to believe in himself.
Dr. Hamilton joins me today to talk Emotional Intelligence and Curiosity, two ingredients to a more successful career and organization.As more generations work together than ever before, as AI starts to shift the workforce, Developing Emotional Intelligence is essential for a healthy work environment. In order to evolve, both at the personal level and the organizational level, we need to reignite the lost art of curiosity.
Let’s Talk About Your Posse’ with Mark J. Silverman
You are the sum total of the 5, 10, or 2 people you hang around with. They are a reflection of you, they influence you and they are huge part of the quality of your life and production. Choose wisely.
A bad Posse’ can result in misguided adventures. No Posse’ can be isolating with all the health and well-being consequences it brings.
Too many of us wake up in Mid-life to find out we do not have a deep bench of friends, supporters, confidants.
Eli joins us today to discuss secrets. Not just his, but yours. He uses his experience of being molested as a child to walk us through the hero’s journey from denial, to the ashes of experienced pain, to the freedom from guilt and shame. We all have hidden pain, Eli shows us how alchemize those things we fear and hide, into our superpower and our gift to everyone we encounter.
Alan joins me today to discuss the importance of embracing change and evolution to create better habits and increase your performance. He explains how your ability to perform at a high level is tied to your self-confidence, self-value, and self-worth and shares why giving yourself the same grace and compassion that you would give to others is the key to unlocking true happiness. He also shares his three step process for breaking poor habits and creating lasting change as well as why he is proud to be “amicably divorced” and how it has helped him be a better ex-husband while being more present in the lives of his children.
What do you do when you are literally....Superman, and then you are not?
Dave Schwendiman, ranked Cross-fit Champion faces a new identity when he has a life altering injury. What he learns and how he triumphs is the subject of today’s conversation. . He discusses some of his lowest points and how he managed to rise up. He also explains the importance of having a positive mindset and how it can help propel you to success as well as describes the day he was able to forgive himself and how his life changed for the better.
Dr. Mandy Lehto joins me today to share her journey to achieve sustainable success as an ambitious woman. She shares the challenges she overcame in her personal and professional life and the pivotal turning point she reached to redefine her idea of success. She also explains why she now believes things don’t need to be hard in order to be considered worthwhile or successful and what it means to incorporate joy and ease into your personal and professional life.
Dallas joins me today to discuss the four key pillars to move forward after experiencing an unexpected change, such as the loss of a job. He explains why change can begin only when you’ve become clear on what you truly want and what you’re comfortably willing to do to achieve it. He explains why clarity is often so elusive for many people, especially midlifers. He demystifies common misconceptions people have on what boundaries truly are and how the process of discovery and developing self-awareness impacts your ability to achieve clarity. He also explains what a “living visual” is and why it’s okay for your wants and desires to evolve as you reach midlife.
What do you do when you are in the last few innings of an outstanding career but you are not quite ready to retire? How do you use all that experience and knowledge to stay in the game, but on your terms?
What do you do with an experienced team member who begins to “age out” of his role, but is still immensely valuable to the organization?
Helen brings her years of experience managing a billion-dollar business, raising a family and juggling the responsibility that comes with having it all. Our conversation explores the unique journey being a woman climbing the corporate ladder, the constant pull of being a working mother and how to win this marathon (hint, don’t sprint it).