Peter Bregman

Peter Bregman joins the show to share one simple strategy that will radically improve your productivity and focus, once and for all. Peter is an executive coach, best-selling author, and founder + CEO of Bregman Partners. Notes + Discussion Guide: – One morning, I stumbled upon a Peter Bregman article in the Harvard Business Review…

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Kristi Yamaguchi

You know about Kristi Yamaguchi’s Olympic gold medal. You know about her winning Dancing With The Stars. But you’ll soon know all about her Always Dream Foundation too! You’ll also learn some of her gold medal winning strategies for thriving in today’s challenging times! Enjoy! Notes + Discussion Guide: – Kristi Yamaguchi’s background and story:…

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Pilot Light

Alexandra DeSorbo-Quinn of Pilot Light talks about helping kids make healthier choices by connecting the lessons they learn in their classrooms to the foods they eat on their lunch trays, at home, and in their communities. Notes + Discussion Guide: – Mission + purpose of Pilot Light – How does the program work (including an…

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Stacy Huston

Actor Kevin Bacon was inspired to name his foundation after the game about connection..just one of the many inspiring stories shared by Stacy Huston of SixDegrees.Org, which is using everyday activities to connect people and causes. Notes + Discussion Guide: – Overview of the mission and purpose of Six Degrees.Org – Founded by actor and…

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Erin Stein

When Maria Shriver founded the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement, she wanted to understand why two-thirds of Alzheimer’s patients were female. Erin Mulcahy Stein joins us to talk about the research, educational, and advocacy work done by WAM! Notes + Discussion Guide: – Mission and purpose of the Women’s Alzheimer’s Movement – You focus on understanding ALZ…

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Tom Peters

When Tom Peters talks, you know you’re going to hear about excellence, being kind, the importance of the “soft stuff.” But today, as only Tom can, he’ll help set us up to survive and thrive in these challenging times. Tom Peters is a best-selling author, speaker, and management thinker. Notes + Discussion Guide: Putting people…

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Peter Shankman

Peter Shankman isn’t afraid to tell you what he thinks, which is to keep going, listen to the wind, and to create your own future. Pete is another fellow I can always count on to join the show and give us some fearless thoughts, counsel, and motivation to help get us through these very challenging…

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Guy Kawasaki

Guy teaches us his “Therefore, What?” strategy for how to think about and make impactful change. Guy is a good friend, whom I can always count on, and on this episode, we talk about George Floyd, how to get through this struggling economy, and how to rethink our career and life coming out of the…

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Amy Goyer

Family caregiving is always difficult, and especially so during the COVID-19 crisis. Amy Goyer joins us to share some critical strategies to care for your loved one(s) – and yourself – during this difficult time. Episode Discussion Guide: How can families be prepared for the possibility that their loved one(s) may wind up in the…

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Joshua Becker

Joshua Becker will tell you to seek significance, not just happiness, and that simplifying your life enables you to be free to do good works. He is a writer, author, and philanthropist. He has written several best-selling books, publishes Becoming Minimalist, and founded The Hope Effect. A thrill to have my friend on the podcast.…

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