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Sandra McDowell on Leading With the Brain in Mind

Being a leader can be hard. The statistics show that a majority of the workforce feels disengaged. People are not going the extra mile organizations need them to. Sandra McDowell, public speaker, workshop facilitatorand author is teaching aspiring and established leaders that leadership can be very simple through the field of neuroleadership. In this podcast episode, Sandra talks about her public speaking career, dives into her new book ‘Your Mother Was Right: 15 Unexpected Lessons About Neuroleadership and the Brain‘, and shares tips on how we can all become better leaders. I hopeSandra inspiresyou to take on her simple leadership lessons. She certainly inspired me. Have a listen, won’t you? Show Highlights 1:48 The catalyst that got her starting on writing her book 4:00 What is neuroleadership? 8:40 The emotional brain vs. the thinking brain 12:28 How healthy sleep habits impact your leadership skills 19:20 How inclusion impacts corporations 22:50 Always plan for the “what ifs...

36 MIN2017 NOV 3
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Sandra McDowell on Leading With the Brain in Mind

Dream Chaser, Published Scribbler Melissa Haynes

Melissa is the real deal. I had the good fortune of meeting her because she invited me to lunch and Iconsider myself lucky. She calls herself a Free-Spirited, Dream-Chasing Adventure Junkie and Published Scribbler. She is the author of “Learning to Play with a Lion’s Testicles”, which is a South African expression that means, ‘have the courage to have the courage.’ Melissa has the courage and then some. Listen in, won’t you? Show Notes 3:06: Managing stage anxiety by playing with the lion’s testicles 4:20: 92% of people give up on their dreams before they even try 7:00: The opposite of fear is conformity 9:13: Feeding (and being at one) with the cheetah and facing her fears 13:04: Facing fear again – Being featured on Jimmy Fallon 17:38: P.L.A.Y.–Permission, Lay low, Acknowledge your fear, and Y not. 24:21: The effect Melissa’s story has had on others Where to Find Melissa Web:Melissa Haynes Book:Learning to Play with a Lion’s Testicles: Unexpected Gifts From the Animals ...

29 MIN2017 OCT 21
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Dream Chaser, Published Scribbler Melissa Haynes

Ashton Applewhite Ending Ageism

Activist, author, and ageism expert, Ashton Applewhite is fuelling change on what it means to be aging. She’s been invited to speak on stages around the world including the United Nations and the TED stage. In ourinterview, she blows me away with some of my own biases on aging and I’m sure she’ll shake some of your perspectives too. We chat about her presentation to the United Nations, how she prepared for her TED talk, what it means to be ageist, and how to not be thatperson who contributes to the problem. Show highlights 4:00: How aging isn’t something that ‘just’ happens to us 8:38: Allure bans the word “anti-aging” from their magazine pages – Bravo! 9:15: How being “ageist” is when you make decisions about someone based on their age, including yourself 13:44: Why you should alwaysassume capacity and not incapacity 15:40: Yale research on using elder speak words such as “dear” and sweetie” and their effects 19:50: How change happens when you invite dialogue instead ...

52 MIN2017 SEP 30
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Ashton Applewhite Ending Ageism

Preparing for a TEDx Talk in Less Than Four Hours with Shrina Kurani

If you haven’t already watched Shrina Kurani’s TEDx talk you should. Shrina had less than four hours to prepare for her talk. I can’t even begin to imagine the pressure. But she handled the pressure like a pro. Right from the start of hertalk,she drew me in with her hook – it was onlyfour lines. I won’t spill. You’ll need to watch How Your Dinner Could Save the Worldfor yourself. Saying “yes” that day to the TEDxSalinas organizers quickly put her in a panic as she realized what she signed up for. However, she calmly got back up on her feet and realized something else, “You’ve already won by simply saying yes”. Come join me as Shrina humbly shares her story of her work in the Himalayas, how the experience inspired her TEDx talk, and how she prepared in such a tight timeframe. Show Highlights 3:44 Why Shrina agreed to be a TEDx speaker four hours before it started 4:30 How she managed to gain confidence and get into the “I can do it” mindset 5:20 The first step she took t...

28 MIN2017 JUL 28
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Preparing for a TEDx Talk in Less Than Four Hours with Shrina Kurani

Promoting Gender Diversity on Stage with Stefanie Grieser

As many of you know promoting gender diversity on stage is a subject close to my heart. It actually ticks me off (watering down my words) that in 2017 we aren’t anywherenear parity. When I found, “There Aren’t Enough Qualified Women Speakers” and Other Garbage Excuses for Why Your Marketing Event Isn’t Gender Diverse“, co-authored by Stefanie Grieser and Amy Wood, I was excited to hear Stef and Amy were championing more female speakers to take the stage. When Stefanie Grieser organized the Call to ActionConference (CTAConf) four years ago, she sang the same old myth when asked why the majority of her panel were males: “There aren’t enough qualified female speakers.” Four years later, she knows this was an excuse. Stefanie has not only shared the stage as a speaker at Unbounce but has made it her goal to have both genders represented equally on stage. Stefanie has started the #PresentHer movement, a compiled list of female speakers from themarketing and technology industries...

28 MIN2017 JUL 14
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Promoting Gender Diversity on Stage with Stefanie Grieser

Becoming More Authentic than an Imposter with Dr.Kelly Flanagan

The imposter syndrome is something you’ve heard me speak about before on my podcast. But how do we give ourselves permission to be uncertain when we hear that inner voice that screams, “I feel like an imposter!” while we are delivering a speech or presentation? Dr. Kelly Flanagan, psychologist, blogger, and author is not your typical clinical psychologist. Every week, he has a community of more than 50,000 people that wait for his newsletter where he shares personal stories from his blog, UnTangled. I am one of them. His blog is about telling a redemptive story where he breaks down the suffering and pain of life and makes room for love, grace, and belonging. The sharing of stories is not commonin a psychology practice. However, it has brought him and his family onto the The Today Show. It has also spearheaded his journey to writing his new book, Loveable: Embracing What is Truest About You, So You Can Truly Embrace Your Life. Kelly’s commencement address, Chase Your Dreams but C...

40 MIN2017 JUN 9
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Becoming More Authentic than an Imposter with Dr.Kelly Flanagan

Get Unstuck from Imposter Syndrome with Tanya Geisler

You may have heard the voice inside your head before. This is the negative chatter called the Imposter Syndrome that speaks at a critical moment of change in your life. Maybe you’ve been asked to give a TEDx talk like Tanya Geisler was. Tanya, a talented leadership coach and professional speaker has dedicated herself to helping others get unstuck from the imposter complex. Her dedication has led her to sharing this message on theTEDxIsfeldWomen stage in her talk,Owning Our Authority. Come join me as Tanya shares the tools and techniques of managing imposter syndrome and getting unstuck from the “not good enoughs”. In this interview, you will learn about how Tanya overcame her own imposter complex, how to meet the inner critic, and how it can help you create connection. Show Highlights 3:00 The words of the imposter complex – “who me?” 5:18 Tanya’s inner critic and thought process as she overcame her own imposter complex 6:40 The reason the imposter syndrome exists and why we ...

27 MIN2017 MAY 15
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Get Unstuck from Imposter Syndrome with Tanya Geisler

On Letting Go: Public Speaker Jill Sherer Murray TEDxWilmingtonWomen

Jill Sherer Murray, an award-winning journalist, marketing, blogger, and public speakerowns her incredible success to a secret she told on the TEDxWilmington stage. Her secret:The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go. Come join me asJill shares how she went from manifesting her dream of being on the TEDx stage to preparing for her TEDxWilmington talk, and then standing on the red circle. I’ve got to admit that this is one of the ‘funnest’ interviews I have done. In this interview, you’ll learn about the process Jill went through for her TEDx talk, how she needed to shorten her talk close to the event day, and how the art of letting go helped her handle what she calls “the best kind of stress”. Show Highlights 4:00 Why it’s critical to be clear about what you want your audience to know, think, or do when you prepare yourpresentation. Your intention must be solid. 6:22 Jill was new to applying to speak and talks about the road to getting accepted. 14:00 The responsibility of being a...

48 MIN2017 MAY 8
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On Letting Go: Public Speaker Jill Sherer Murray TEDxWilmingtonWomen

Isaac Lidsky: We Choose How Our Life Unfolds

Come join me as Issac shares how he prepared for his TED talk, how to deal with our inner critic, and how we can create our own reality in every moment. His inspiring vision has led him to be a public speaker, sharing his story among many stages. His talk at TEDSummit in Banff reached 1 million views in 20 days. Today, it has over 2.2 million views. He has also authored the New York Times Bestseller, Eyes Wide Open. Despite losing his vision at 25 years old, Issac Lidsky would no doubt tell you he has had amazing life. At 12 years old, Issac was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa, a rare degenerative disease of his retina that would lead him to eventual blindness. Even with limited vision, Issac graduated from Harvard Law School magna cum laude. He practiced as a U.S. Justice Department lawyer where he never lost a case. Today, he has retired from his law career and runs his successful construction business after bringing it back from near bankruptcy and is a father of triplets plu...

17 MIN2017 APR 22
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Isaac Lidsky: We Choose How Our Life Unfolds

Neil Pasricha: The Happiness Equation

Put some time aside to listen to this interview with Neil Pasricha. It’s a meaty one that covers many topics that will help you create apresentation and shares insight to the happiness equation. Neil generously shares the mechanics of creating a TED talk – from managing anxiety to the rigour of practicing and challenging an audience to listen. Neil is a sought after speaker having delivered two presentations as aTEDx speaker and aNew York Times best selling author. Heflips the equation on happiness to challenge the way that many of us strive for it. In Neil’s TED talk The 3 A’s of Awesome he shares that Attitude, Awareness, and Authenticityare the road to getting there not the conventional wisdom of working hard that’s often shared. As the creator of The Institute for Global Happiness he works with organizations as a change maker to support employee engagement and ultimately, happiness. Join us won’t you… Timeline 1:30 – The happiness equation 3:00 – Flip conventional think...

48 MIN2017 JAN 21
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Neil Pasricha: The Happiness Equation

Latest Episodes

Sandra McDowell on Leading With the Brain in Mind

Being a leader can be hard. The statistics show that a majority of the workforce feels disengaged. People are not going the extra mile organizations need them to. Sandra McDowell, public speaker, workshop facilitatorand author is teaching aspiring and established leaders that leadership can be very simple through the field of neuroleadership. In this podcast episode, Sandra talks about her public speaking career, dives into her new book ‘Your Mother Was Right: 15 Unexpected Lessons About Neuroleadership and the Brain‘, and shares tips on how we can all become better leaders. I hopeSandra inspiresyou to take on her simple leadership lessons. She certainly inspired me. Have a listen, won’t you? Show Highlights 1:48 The catalyst that got her starting on writing her book 4:00 What is neuroleadership? 8:40 The emotional brain vs. the thinking brain 12:28 How healthy sleep habits impact your leadership skills 19:20 How inclusion impacts corporations 22:50 Always plan for the “what ifs...

36 MIN2017 NOV 3
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Sandra McDowell on Leading With the Brain in Mind

Dream Chaser, Published Scribbler Melissa Haynes

Melissa is the real deal. I had the good fortune of meeting her because she invited me to lunch and Iconsider myself lucky. She calls herself a Free-Spirited, Dream-Chasing Adventure Junkie and Published Scribbler. She is the author of “Learning to Play with a Lion’s Testicles”, which is a South African expression that means, ‘have the courage to have the courage.’ Melissa has the courage and then some. Listen in, won’t you? Show Notes 3:06: Managing stage anxiety by playing with the lion’s testicles 4:20: 92% of people give up on their dreams before they even try 7:00: The opposite of fear is conformity 9:13: Feeding (and being at one) with the cheetah and facing her fears 13:04: Facing fear again – Being featured on Jimmy Fallon 17:38: P.L.A.Y.–Permission, Lay low, Acknowledge your fear, and Y not. 24:21: The effect Melissa’s story has had on others Where to Find Melissa Web:Melissa Haynes Book:Learning to Play with a Lion’s Testicles: Unexpected Gifts From the Animals ...

29 MIN2017 OCT 21
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Dream Chaser, Published Scribbler Melissa Haynes

Ashton Applewhite Ending Ageism

Activist, author, and ageism expert, Ashton Applewhite is fuelling change on what it means to be aging. She’s been invited to speak on stages around the world including the United Nations and the TED stage. In ourinterview, she blows me away with some of my own biases on aging and I’m sure she’ll shake some of your perspectives too. We chat about her presentation to the United Nations, how she prepared for her TED talk, what it means to be ageist, and how to not be thatperson who contributes to the problem. Show highlights 4:00: How aging isn’t something that ‘just’ happens to us 8:38: Allure bans the word “anti-aging” from their magazine pages – Bravo! 9:15: How being “ageist” is when you make decisions about someone based on their age, including yourself 13:44: Why you should alwaysassume capacity and not incapacity 15:40: Yale research on using elder speak words such as “dear” and sweetie” and their effects 19:50: How change happens when you invite dialogue instead ...

52 MIN2017 SEP 30
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Ashton Applewhite Ending Ageism

Preparing for a TEDx Talk in Less Than Four Hours with Shrina Kurani

If you haven’t already watched Shrina Kurani’s TEDx talk you should. Shrina had less than four hours to prepare for her talk. I can’t even begin to imagine the pressure. But she handled the pressure like a pro. Right from the start of hertalk,she drew me in with her hook – it was onlyfour lines. I won’t spill. You’ll need to watch How Your Dinner Could Save the Worldfor yourself. Saying “yes” that day to the TEDxSalinas organizers quickly put her in a panic as she realized what she signed up for. However, she calmly got back up on her feet and realized something else, “You’ve already won by simply saying yes”. Come join me as Shrina humbly shares her story of her work in the Himalayas, how the experience inspired her TEDx talk, and how she prepared in such a tight timeframe. Show Highlights 3:44 Why Shrina agreed to be a TEDx speaker four hours before it started 4:30 How she managed to gain confidence and get into the “I can do it” mindset 5:20 The first step she took t...

28 MIN2017 JUL 28
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Preparing for a TEDx Talk in Less Than Four Hours with Shrina Kurani

Promoting Gender Diversity on Stage with Stefanie Grieser

As many of you know promoting gender diversity on stage is a subject close to my heart. It actually ticks me off (watering down my words) that in 2017 we aren’t anywherenear parity. When I found, “There Aren’t Enough Qualified Women Speakers” and Other Garbage Excuses for Why Your Marketing Event Isn’t Gender Diverse“, co-authored by Stefanie Grieser and Amy Wood, I was excited to hear Stef and Amy were championing more female speakers to take the stage. When Stefanie Grieser organized the Call to ActionConference (CTAConf) four years ago, she sang the same old myth when asked why the majority of her panel were males: “There aren’t enough qualified female speakers.” Four years later, she knows this was an excuse. Stefanie has not only shared the stage as a speaker at Unbounce but has made it her goal to have both genders represented equally on stage. Stefanie has started the #PresentHer movement, a compiled list of female speakers from themarketing and technology industries...

28 MIN2017 JUL 14
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Promoting Gender Diversity on Stage with Stefanie Grieser

Becoming More Authentic than an Imposter with Dr.Kelly Flanagan

The imposter syndrome is something you’ve heard me speak about before on my podcast. But how do we give ourselves permission to be uncertain when we hear that inner voice that screams, “I feel like an imposter!” while we are delivering a speech or presentation? Dr. Kelly Flanagan, psychologist, blogger, and author is not your typical clinical psychologist. Every week, he has a community of more than 50,000 people that wait for his newsletter where he shares personal stories from his blog, UnTangled. I am one of them. His blog is about telling a redemptive story where he breaks down the suffering and pain of life and makes room for love, grace, and belonging. The sharing of stories is not commonin a psychology practice. However, it has brought him and his family onto the The Today Show. It has also spearheaded his journey to writing his new book, Loveable: Embracing What is Truest About You, So You Can Truly Embrace Your Life. Kelly’s commencement address, Chase Your Dreams but C...

40 MIN2017 JUN 9
Comments
Becoming More Authentic than an Imposter with Dr.Kelly Flanagan

Get Unstuck from Imposter Syndrome with Tanya Geisler

You may have heard the voice inside your head before. This is the negative chatter called the Imposter Syndrome that speaks at a critical moment of change in your life. Maybe you’ve been asked to give a TEDx talk like Tanya Geisler was. Tanya, a talented leadership coach and professional speaker has dedicated herself to helping others get unstuck from the imposter complex. Her dedication has led her to sharing this message on theTEDxIsfeldWomen stage in her talk,Owning Our Authority. Come join me as Tanya shares the tools and techniques of managing imposter syndrome and getting unstuck from the “not good enoughs”. In this interview, you will learn about how Tanya overcame her own imposter complex, how to meet the inner critic, and how it can help you create connection. Show Highlights 3:00 The words of the imposter complex – “who me?” 5:18 Tanya’s inner critic and thought process as she overcame her own imposter complex 6:40 The reason the imposter syndrome exists and why we ...

27 MIN2017 MAY 15
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Get Unstuck from Imposter Syndrome with Tanya Geisler

On Letting Go: Public Speaker Jill Sherer Murray TEDxWilmingtonWomen

Jill Sherer Murray, an award-winning journalist, marketing, blogger, and public speakerowns her incredible success to a secret she told on the TEDxWilmington stage. Her secret:The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go. Come join me asJill shares how she went from manifesting her dream of being on the TEDx stage to preparing for her TEDxWilmington talk, and then standing on the red circle. I’ve got to admit that this is one of the ‘funnest’ interviews I have done. In this interview, you’ll learn about the process Jill went through for her TEDx talk, how she needed to shorten her talk close to the event day, and how the art of letting go helped her handle what she calls “the best kind of stress”. Show Highlights 4:00 Why it’s critical to be clear about what you want your audience to know, think, or do when you prepare yourpresentation. Your intention must be solid. 6:22 Jill was new to applying to speak and talks about the road to getting accepted. 14:00 The responsibility of being a...

48 MIN2017 MAY 8
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On Letting Go: Public Speaker Jill Sherer Murray TEDxWilmingtonWomen

Isaac Lidsky: We Choose How Our Life Unfolds

Come join me as Issac shares how he prepared for his TED talk, how to deal with our inner critic, and how we can create our own reality in every moment. His inspiring vision has led him to be a public speaker, sharing his story among many stages. His talk at TEDSummit in Banff reached 1 million views in 20 days. Today, it has over 2.2 million views. He has also authored the New York Times Bestseller, Eyes Wide Open. Despite losing his vision at 25 years old, Issac Lidsky would no doubt tell you he has had amazing life. At 12 years old, Issac was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa, a rare degenerative disease of his retina that would lead him to eventual blindness. Even with limited vision, Issac graduated from Harvard Law School magna cum laude. He practiced as a U.S. Justice Department lawyer where he never lost a case. Today, he has retired from his law career and runs his successful construction business after bringing it back from near bankruptcy and is a father of triplets plu...

17 MIN2017 APR 22
Comments
Isaac Lidsky: We Choose How Our Life Unfolds

Neil Pasricha: The Happiness Equation

Put some time aside to listen to this interview with Neil Pasricha. It’s a meaty one that covers many topics that will help you create apresentation and shares insight to the happiness equation. Neil generously shares the mechanics of creating a TED talk – from managing anxiety to the rigour of practicing and challenging an audience to listen. Neil is a sought after speaker having delivered two presentations as aTEDx speaker and aNew York Times best selling author. Heflips the equation on happiness to challenge the way that many of us strive for it. In Neil’s TED talk The 3 A’s of Awesome he shares that Attitude, Awareness, and Authenticityare the road to getting there not the conventional wisdom of working hard that’s often shared. As the creator of The Institute for Global Happiness he works with organizations as a change maker to support employee engagement and ultimately, happiness. Join us won’t you… Timeline 1:30 – The happiness equation 3:00 – Flip conventional think...

48 MIN2017 JAN 21
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Neil Pasricha: The Happiness Equation
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