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Game Changers with Molly Fletcher

Molly Fletcher

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Game Changers with Molly Fletcher
Game Changers with Molly Fletcher

Game Changers with Molly Fletcher

Molly Fletcher

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Game Changers with Molly Fletcher is a podcast designed to help you maximize your influence and unleash your potential. Each episode, we take you behind the scenes with peak performers to learn what makes them tick and discover how you can apply their lessons to your life. For additional resources, visit mollyfletcher.com.

Latest Episodes

David Fajgenbaum on What I Learned About Living from Nearly Dying

Imagine facing a life-threatening disease with no known cure. Now imagine that you are a physician- and the person facing the disease is you. That’s the story David Fajgenbaum tells in his memoir, Chasing My Cure, about his battle with Castleman disease. Faced with lengthy hospitalizations and multiple near-death relapses, David realized the best person to find a cure might be himself. David shares what it means to turn hope into action and why sometimes you have to create your own silver linings.

46 MIN1 w ago
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David Fajgenbaum on What I Learned About Living from Nearly Dying

Charles Duhigg on How to Change Your Habits

More than 40% of what you do every day is habit. Habits are the foundation for how you live your life and do your work. In The Power of Habit,Charles Duhigg explores the science of habits. Why do they exist and how can you change them? If you have the power to change your habits, you have the power to change your life. And the key to changing your habits is understanding the science of how they work. On this episode, Charles shares a framework to help you create new habits and break your bad habits.

21 MIN3 w ago
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Charles Duhigg on How to Change Your Habits

Brian Lord on How To Get Paid To Speak

You have a message you want to share. The problem is, you don’t know how to position yourself and create a platform to share it. How can you get booked as a speaker? Brian Lord is a 24-year veteran of the booking industry with more than $100 million in bookings. He’s booked everyone from presidents to superstar athletes to leading CEOs. We talk about where to find the right clients, how to determine your speaking fee, and the 3 things every speaker must have to get booked.

53 MINOCT 30
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Brian Lord on How To Get Paid To Speak

Cal Newport on 3 Steps to Declutter Your Digital Life

In his books Deep Workand Digital Minimalism, Cal Newport explores our complicated relationship with technology. Technology has transformed the way we work and live- but at what cost? In a world defined by electronic busyness, we no longer value deep work. And in our personal lives, we have become addicted to our devices at the expense of human connection. Cal walks us through a digital detox, an intentional decluttering process that thousands of people have used to simplify their lives.

49 MINOCT 17
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Cal Newport on 3 Steps to Declutter Your Digital Life

Ian Cron on The 9 Enneagram Personality Types

What is the first step to becoming a better leader? Self-awareness. Ian Cron, author of The Road Back To You, is an expert on the Enneagram and host of the popular podcast, Typology. Ian uses the Enneagram personality-typing assessment as a tool to help leaders foster self-awareness. On this episode, we dig into the nine personality types and the do’s and don’ts for leading each type.

53 MINOCT 3
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Ian Cron on The 9 Enneagram Personality Types

Elena Delle Donne on Owning Your Happiness

Before she became the face of women’s basketball, Elena Delle Donne quit the sport entirely. Burned out and unsure of herself, Elena had to walk away to rediscover her joy and write her own story. Today, Elena is a 6x WNBA All-Star and frontrunner for MVP. But Elena’s story has always been bigger than basketball. Her biggest motivation is her sister Lizzie, who was born deaf and blind with cerebral palsy and autism. Elena talks about her journey of self-discovery and the two biggest keys to her success.

22 MINSEP 19
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Elena Delle Donne on Owning Your Happiness

ESPN’s Maria Taylor on How to Land Your Dream Job

From the college football sidelines to the basketball court and beyond, Maria Taylor has all your sports coverage for ESPN. Maria has quickly become a star broadcaster known for her versatility and drive. She is a co-host on College GameDay, sideline reporter for ABC’s Saturday Night Football, and is expected to be added to NBA Countdown this season. On this episode, we talk about the hustle it required to break into the industry, the lessons in failing fast, and how she got comfortable using her voice.

37 MINSEP 5
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ESPN’s Maria Taylor on How to Land Your Dream Job

Kim Scott on How to Be a Better Boss with Radical Candor

Every leader has to know how to get, give and encourage feedback at work. Former Google and Apple executive Kim Scott’s book, Radical Candor, inspired a management revolution. Radical candor is a simple idea: to be a good boss, you have to care personally and challenge directly. On this episode, we talk about how to create a culture of feedback, build a great team, and get results. This simple framework will guide every conversation you have and help you build better relationships.

57 MINAUG 22
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Kim Scott on How to Be a Better Boss with Radical Candor

John O’Leary on How to Stay Positive in Tough Times

At age 9, John O’Leary suffered burns to 100% of his body after a gasoline explosion in his family home. He was given a 1% chance to live. John not only survived, he made it his life’s mission to inspire others. Today as an author and keynote speaker, John shares the lessons he learned through his experience and celebrates the everyday heroes who stepped into his life to help him on his journey. On this episode, we talk about tackling challenges with joy, owning your story, and living with intention.

50 MINAUG 8
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John O’Leary on How to Stay Positive in Tough Times

David Epstein on Why Generalists Thrive in a Specialized World

Our culture today is all about getting a head start. Start early, focus intensely and rack up as many hours of deliberate practice as you can. But what if that’s actually not the best path to success? In his new book Range, author David Epstein argues going broad—not narrow—is the best route to success. We talk about the dangers of early specialization, the value of breadth of experience, and how this all applies to the way you think about your career, your hobbies, and even the way you parent.

47 MINJUL 25
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David Epstein on Why Generalists Thrive in a Specialized World

Latest Episodes

David Fajgenbaum on What I Learned About Living from Nearly Dying

Imagine facing a life-threatening disease with no known cure. Now imagine that you are a physician- and the person facing the disease is you. That’s the story David Fajgenbaum tells in his memoir, Chasing My Cure, about his battle with Castleman disease. Faced with lengthy hospitalizations and multiple near-death relapses, David realized the best person to find a cure might be himself. David shares what it means to turn hope into action and why sometimes you have to create your own silver linings.

46 MIN1 w ago
Comments
David Fajgenbaum on What I Learned About Living from Nearly Dying

Charles Duhigg on How to Change Your Habits

More than 40% of what you do every day is habit. Habits are the foundation for how you live your life and do your work. In The Power of Habit,Charles Duhigg explores the science of habits. Why do they exist and how can you change them? If you have the power to change your habits, you have the power to change your life. And the key to changing your habits is understanding the science of how they work. On this episode, Charles shares a framework to help you create new habits and break your bad habits.

21 MIN3 w ago
Comments
Charles Duhigg on How to Change Your Habits

Brian Lord on How To Get Paid To Speak

You have a message you want to share. The problem is, you don’t know how to position yourself and create a platform to share it. How can you get booked as a speaker? Brian Lord is a 24-year veteran of the booking industry with more than $100 million in bookings. He’s booked everyone from presidents to superstar athletes to leading CEOs. We talk about where to find the right clients, how to determine your speaking fee, and the 3 things every speaker must have to get booked.

53 MINOCT 30
Comments
Brian Lord on How To Get Paid To Speak

Cal Newport on 3 Steps to Declutter Your Digital Life

In his books Deep Workand Digital Minimalism, Cal Newport explores our complicated relationship with technology. Technology has transformed the way we work and live- but at what cost? In a world defined by electronic busyness, we no longer value deep work. And in our personal lives, we have become addicted to our devices at the expense of human connection. Cal walks us through a digital detox, an intentional decluttering process that thousands of people have used to simplify their lives.

49 MINOCT 17
Comments
Cal Newport on 3 Steps to Declutter Your Digital Life

Ian Cron on The 9 Enneagram Personality Types

What is the first step to becoming a better leader? Self-awareness. Ian Cron, author of The Road Back To You, is an expert on the Enneagram and host of the popular podcast, Typology. Ian uses the Enneagram personality-typing assessment as a tool to help leaders foster self-awareness. On this episode, we dig into the nine personality types and the do’s and don’ts for leading each type.

53 MINOCT 3
Comments
Ian Cron on The 9 Enneagram Personality Types

Elena Delle Donne on Owning Your Happiness

Before she became the face of women’s basketball, Elena Delle Donne quit the sport entirely. Burned out and unsure of herself, Elena had to walk away to rediscover her joy and write her own story. Today, Elena is a 6x WNBA All-Star and frontrunner for MVP. But Elena’s story has always been bigger than basketball. Her biggest motivation is her sister Lizzie, who was born deaf and blind with cerebral palsy and autism. Elena talks about her journey of self-discovery and the two biggest keys to her success.

22 MINSEP 19
Comments
Elena Delle Donne on Owning Your Happiness

ESPN’s Maria Taylor on How to Land Your Dream Job

From the college football sidelines to the basketball court and beyond, Maria Taylor has all your sports coverage for ESPN. Maria has quickly become a star broadcaster known for her versatility and drive. She is a co-host on College GameDay, sideline reporter for ABC’s Saturday Night Football, and is expected to be added to NBA Countdown this season. On this episode, we talk about the hustle it required to break into the industry, the lessons in failing fast, and how she got comfortable using her voice.

37 MINSEP 5
Comments
ESPN’s Maria Taylor on How to Land Your Dream Job

Kim Scott on How to Be a Better Boss with Radical Candor

Every leader has to know how to get, give and encourage feedback at work. Former Google and Apple executive Kim Scott’s book, Radical Candor, inspired a management revolution. Radical candor is a simple idea: to be a good boss, you have to care personally and challenge directly. On this episode, we talk about how to create a culture of feedback, build a great team, and get results. This simple framework will guide every conversation you have and help you build better relationships.

57 MINAUG 22
Comments
Kim Scott on How to Be a Better Boss with Radical Candor

John O’Leary on How to Stay Positive in Tough Times

At age 9, John O’Leary suffered burns to 100% of his body after a gasoline explosion in his family home. He was given a 1% chance to live. John not only survived, he made it his life’s mission to inspire others. Today as an author and keynote speaker, John shares the lessons he learned through his experience and celebrates the everyday heroes who stepped into his life to help him on his journey. On this episode, we talk about tackling challenges with joy, owning your story, and living with intention.

50 MINAUG 8
Comments
John O’Leary on How to Stay Positive in Tough Times

David Epstein on Why Generalists Thrive in a Specialized World

Our culture today is all about getting a head start. Start early, focus intensely and rack up as many hours of deliberate practice as you can. But what if that’s actually not the best path to success? In his new book Range, author David Epstein argues going broad—not narrow—is the best route to success. We talk about the dangers of early specialization, the value of breadth of experience, and how this all applies to the way you think about your career, your hobbies, and even the way you parent.

47 MINJUL 25
Comments
David Epstein on Why Generalists Thrive in a Specialized World
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