If you’re counting on a fancy title or Ivy League pedigree to make a name for yourself at work, world-renowned marketing expert and bestselling author Seth Godin says you’re sadly mistaken. In order to become truly indispensable—what he calls a linchpin in your organization—you have to bring a unique human sensibility to what you do. And no distinction or degree in the world … [Read more...] about #341: Seth Godin—Are You Indispensable?
The road to success for Olympic athlete and American half-marathon record holder Ryan Hall has been paved with countless miles—and way more failures than successes. But surprisingly, he wouldn’t have it any other way. In fact, Ryan says every challenge and disappointment was pivotal in his journey to become one of the greatest long-distance runners in the world. Tune in as Ryan … [Read more...] about #336: Ryan Hall—Run the Mile You’re In
There’s a lot of talk these days about the importance of self-awareness—and for good reason—but bestselling author and Enneagram master teacher Ian Morgan Cron says nearly 90% of us aren’t self-aware at all. Not to mention, many of us are lacking the self-knowledge necessary to build that awareness in the first place. Tune in as Ian makes the case for getting to know yourself … [Read more...] about #335: Ian Morgan Cron—Why Self-Knowledge Matters
While most think of CrossFit as a means to a really challenging total-body workout, it represents so much more to CrossFit Games champions Jason Khalipa and Rich Froning. In fact, they credit much of their success outside of the gym to the lessons learned in pursuit of their extreme fitness goals. Tune in as Jason and Rich share what CrossFit has taught each of them—and how … [Read more...] about #333: What We’ve Learned From CrossFit
While some might argue that showing emotion is a sign of weakness, emotional wellness coach Miles Adcox says that doing so actually makes you stronger—and twice as effective as a leader. Not to mention, stifling your emotions kills your creativity, can have serious health consequences (think anxiety and depression for starters), and often leads to burnout. Tune in as Miles … [Read more...] about #323: What’s Your Emotional IQ?