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20 Minutes with Bronwyn

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20 Minutes with Bronwyn

20 Minutes with Bronwyn

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For over fifteen years, Bronwyn has helped high-profile clients prepare for big moments on camera & has midwifed over 120 TEDx, TED Global & TED talks. Bronwyn’s superpower is helping people communicate in a way that breaks through the static of our everyday lives. In 20 Minutes with Bronwyn, you will get a steady dose of high voltage, practical (and highly irreverent) advice to help you dismantle the communication habits that are holding you back, while giving you the skills you need to shine.

Latest Episodes

My Bruce Willis Moment : I'm a Part of the Problem

Remember that Bruce Willis film, The Sixth Sense? Spoiler alert: I feel just like his character felt at the film's end, when he realizes he's a ghost. Only in my case, I realize I'm unconsciously living in and benefitting from a racist societal construct. In this episode, I'm sharing the steps I'm taking, and resources I'm utilizing to evolve as a human being, and to become a part of the solution, vs. staying comfortably inside of the problem.

15 MIN6 d ago
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My Bruce Willis Moment : I'm a Part of the Problem

Motherhood, Work & Surviving the New Normal: My Interview with Kelsey Murphy

I rarely exclude any audience type from this podcastLINK.But this week, I am making an exception. This episode is for one specific type of person:the working mother (or father) of very young children.School is nearly out, and childcare is still spotty/nonexistent, and the all-important, life-saving Summer Camp is just not happening this year. To be managing children, babies, and even pregnancy whilst also working and providing for a family is to be teetering at the edge of sanity.If that’s you, I want you to know, I SEE YOU.And I want to offer you a gift this week … the gift of Kelsey Murphy, mother of two little ones, business coach and host of the Whiskey & Work podcast. Enjoy.

--3 w ago
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Motherhood, Work & Surviving the New Normal: My Interview with Kelsey Murphy

Forget Your Closet, Declutter Your MIND

Friends, this pandemic is offering us the opportunity of a lifetime: To re-examine our relationship with our own thoughts … our own minds.This moment in history is giving us the space and time needed not just to Marie Kondo our physical closets. It is high time we got our MENTAL house de-cluttered and organized.Because here’s what:Before Corona virus, we were too busy to even notice the incessant stream of thinking happening between our ears. We barely had time to pee let alone sit and bear witness to the thoughts that drive our emotional lives and behaviors.And to be clear, that is exactly what thoughts do. I didn’t make this up, this is a central tenant of CBT: Thoughts make us feel emotions, which make us act. And that formula works backwards too.But now? The calendars are a helluva lot clearer. There’s nowhere to go. No one to visit. No plans to make.And here we are. Alone with our thoughts. It’s just Me, Myself and Mind. In this episode, I will teach you a powerful strategy for bringing our minds out of continual loops of worry and anxiety and sadness into a state of power and presence.

24 MINMAY 20
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Forget Your Closet, Declutter Your MIND

The Real Spiritual Journey is Paying Attention : My Interview with Rev. Dr. Rob McClellan

During times of crisis, humans tend to turn to religion and spirituality for comfort. We finally come to the end of our tether, of what we’re able to comfort ourselves with, and we reach for something bigger. But the year is 2020, and the role organized religion is playing in our lives is profoundly different. With fewer and fewer of us attending religious services even without a pandemic, and more and more of us identifying as “not affiliated” with a religious group (I didn’t ma…

40 MINAPR 28
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The Real Spiritual Journey is Paying Attention : My Interview with Rev. Dr. Rob McClellan

"Anxiety Does Not Contribute to Outcomes" : My Interview with Ben Kiker

If we ever needed a session with world class business coach Ben Kiker, it is NOW, my friends. In this episode, Ben and I get very real, very vulnerable, but most importantly, we get very practical about how to survive Covid-19 season. You will learn: Ben's number one tip for building emotional resiliency; his go-to mantra for moments of terror, anxiety and all forms of dis-regulation; and so much more.

51 MINAPR 7
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"Anxiety Does Not Contribute to Outcomes" : My Interview with Ben Kiker

"It's Not the Opportunity We Want, But it's the Opportunity We Have" : My Conversation with Dr. Adam Dorsay

Life as we know it has changed in a matter of weeks. And what we need right now is guidance and leadership.My guest today is the amazing Dr. Adam Dorsay. We covered a LOT of ground in this conversation: from how to find purpose when suddenly there is no work to be done and no place to go ... to how to deal with overwhelm and how to support your children through this time of self quarantine, as well as tips for extroverts working in isolation for the first time ever, and also how to keep intimacy alive with a spouse, despite being in the trenches of keeping a household from losing its sh*t.This conversation will lift you up, give you hope, and most of all, give you actions to take in the midst of unprecedented uncertainty.

52 MINMAR 30
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"It's Not the Opportunity We Want, But it's the Opportunity We Have" : My Conversation with Dr. Adam Dorsay

The Value of Going Dark

I live in Silicon Valley where productivity is a RELIGION. We worship our ability to get things done with style and flash, and we can at times have an aggressive kind of optimism that borders on spiritual greed. And by “we” in this context, I mostly mean “me.”But I worry about us. I worry that we are over-farming ourselves, eroding our own soil, so-to-speak and we may be in desperate need of some time to just go dark. Whatever that might mean. In this episode, I explore how I plan on going dark, and how you might explore the concept in your own life, and rest your own proverbial soil.

8 MINFEB 24
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The Value of Going Dark

Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R. : My Interview with Rebecca Zung, esq.

37 MINFEB 10
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Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R. : My Interview with Rebecca Zung, esq.

Do You Need a Soulbbatical? My Interview with Shelley Paxton

Ever get the feeling that something isn’t quite right in your life? My guest today is Shelley Paxton, author of Soulbbatical: A Corporate Rebel's Guide to Finding Your Best Life. Shelley was a rockstar living the corporate America version of the feminist dream: she was Chief Marketing Officer of one of the most macho, badass brands in the world— Harley Davidson— leading a big fancy life. She had *arrived*. And yet Shelley had a nagging suspicion it was all making her soul-sick. Not many of us are brave enough to sit with the question, “is this the life I really want to be living?” and even fewer are brave enough to heed the call of the soul. Shelley has done both, and has emerged from the process with a new concept: the Soulbbatical.

37 MINJAN 22
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Do You Need a Soulbbatical? My Interview with Shelley Paxton

Permission to Be Magnificent

Does your vision for 2020 involve you being absolutely magnificent? You may have plotted out a new eating plan or workout situation, or maybe this is the year you’re gonna get that raise, that promotion. And all of that is good. Do not get me wrong. But what is the energy underneath it? Is it the energy of bearing down and being a good girl? A good boy? A good them? Doing all the good things you’re supposed to do, and none of the bad things? Or is it an energy of straight up magnificence? Because I want it to be the latter. In this episode, I'll show you how to tap that energy to make this decade the best yet.

15 MINJAN 6
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Permission to Be Magnificent

Latest Episodes

My Bruce Willis Moment : I'm a Part of the Problem

Remember that Bruce Willis film, The Sixth Sense? Spoiler alert: I feel just like his character felt at the film's end, when he realizes he's a ghost. Only in my case, I realize I'm unconsciously living in and benefitting from a racist societal construct. In this episode, I'm sharing the steps I'm taking, and resources I'm utilizing to evolve as a human being, and to become a part of the solution, vs. staying comfortably inside of the problem.

15 MIN6 d ago
Comments
My Bruce Willis Moment : I'm a Part of the Problem

Motherhood, Work & Surviving the New Normal: My Interview with Kelsey Murphy

I rarely exclude any audience type from this podcastLINK.But this week, I am making an exception. This episode is for one specific type of person:the working mother (or father) of very young children.School is nearly out, and childcare is still spotty/nonexistent, and the all-important, life-saving Summer Camp is just not happening this year. To be managing children, babies, and even pregnancy whilst also working and providing for a family is to be teetering at the edge of sanity.If that’s you, I want you to know, I SEE YOU.And I want to offer you a gift this week … the gift of Kelsey Murphy, mother of two little ones, business coach and host of the Whiskey & Work podcast. Enjoy.

--3 w ago
Comments
Motherhood, Work & Surviving the New Normal: My Interview with Kelsey Murphy

Forget Your Closet, Declutter Your MIND

Friends, this pandemic is offering us the opportunity of a lifetime: To re-examine our relationship with our own thoughts … our own minds.This moment in history is giving us the space and time needed not just to Marie Kondo our physical closets. It is high time we got our MENTAL house de-cluttered and organized.Because here’s what:Before Corona virus, we were too busy to even notice the incessant stream of thinking happening between our ears. We barely had time to pee let alone sit and bear witness to the thoughts that drive our emotional lives and behaviors.And to be clear, that is exactly what thoughts do. I didn’t make this up, this is a central tenant of CBT: Thoughts make us feel emotions, which make us act. And that formula works backwards too.But now? The calendars are a helluva lot clearer. There’s nowhere to go. No one to visit. No plans to make.And here we are. Alone with our thoughts. It’s just Me, Myself and Mind. In this episode, I will teach you a powerful strategy for bringing our minds out of continual loops of worry and anxiety and sadness into a state of power and presence.

24 MINMAY 20
Comments
Forget Your Closet, Declutter Your MIND

The Real Spiritual Journey is Paying Attention : My Interview with Rev. Dr. Rob McClellan

During times of crisis, humans tend to turn to religion and spirituality for comfort. We finally come to the end of our tether, of what we’re able to comfort ourselves with, and we reach for something bigger. But the year is 2020, and the role organized religion is playing in our lives is profoundly different. With fewer and fewer of us attending religious services even without a pandemic, and more and more of us identifying as “not affiliated” with a religious group (I didn’t ma…

40 MINAPR 28
Comments
The Real Spiritual Journey is Paying Attention : My Interview with Rev. Dr. Rob McClellan

"Anxiety Does Not Contribute to Outcomes" : My Interview with Ben Kiker

If we ever needed a session with world class business coach Ben Kiker, it is NOW, my friends. In this episode, Ben and I get very real, very vulnerable, but most importantly, we get very practical about how to survive Covid-19 season. You will learn: Ben's number one tip for building emotional resiliency; his go-to mantra for moments of terror, anxiety and all forms of dis-regulation; and so much more.

51 MINAPR 7
Comments
"Anxiety Does Not Contribute to Outcomes" : My Interview with Ben Kiker

"It's Not the Opportunity We Want, But it's the Opportunity We Have" : My Conversation with Dr. Adam Dorsay

Life as we know it has changed in a matter of weeks. And what we need right now is guidance and leadership.My guest today is the amazing Dr. Adam Dorsay. We covered a LOT of ground in this conversation: from how to find purpose when suddenly there is no work to be done and no place to go ... to how to deal with overwhelm and how to support your children through this time of self quarantine, as well as tips for extroverts working in isolation for the first time ever, and also how to keep intimacy alive with a spouse, despite being in the trenches of keeping a household from losing its sh*t.This conversation will lift you up, give you hope, and most of all, give you actions to take in the midst of unprecedented uncertainty.

52 MINMAR 30
Comments
"It's Not the Opportunity We Want, But it's the Opportunity We Have" : My Conversation with Dr. Adam Dorsay

The Value of Going Dark

I live in Silicon Valley where productivity is a RELIGION. We worship our ability to get things done with style and flash, and we can at times have an aggressive kind of optimism that borders on spiritual greed. And by “we” in this context, I mostly mean “me.”But I worry about us. I worry that we are over-farming ourselves, eroding our own soil, so-to-speak and we may be in desperate need of some time to just go dark. Whatever that might mean. In this episode, I explore how I plan on going dark, and how you might explore the concept in your own life, and rest your own proverbial soil.

8 MINFEB 24
Comments
The Value of Going Dark

Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R. : My Interview with Rebecca Zung, esq.

37 MINFEB 10
Comments
Negotiate Like You M.A.T.T.E.R. : My Interview with Rebecca Zung, esq.

Do You Need a Soulbbatical? My Interview with Shelley Paxton

Ever get the feeling that something isn’t quite right in your life? My guest today is Shelley Paxton, author of Soulbbatical: A Corporate Rebel's Guide to Finding Your Best Life. Shelley was a rockstar living the corporate America version of the feminist dream: she was Chief Marketing Officer of one of the most macho, badass brands in the world— Harley Davidson— leading a big fancy life. She had *arrived*. And yet Shelley had a nagging suspicion it was all making her soul-sick. Not many of us are brave enough to sit with the question, “is this the life I really want to be living?” and even fewer are brave enough to heed the call of the soul. Shelley has done both, and has emerged from the process with a new concept: the Soulbbatical.

37 MINJAN 22
Comments
Do You Need a Soulbbatical? My Interview with Shelley Paxton

Permission to Be Magnificent

Does your vision for 2020 involve you being absolutely magnificent? You may have plotted out a new eating plan or workout situation, or maybe this is the year you’re gonna get that raise, that promotion. And all of that is good. Do not get me wrong. But what is the energy underneath it? Is it the energy of bearing down and being a good girl? A good boy? A good them? Doing all the good things you’re supposed to do, and none of the bad things? Or is it an energy of straight up magnificence? Because I want it to be the latter. In this episode, I'll show you how to tap that energy to make this decade the best yet.

15 MINJAN 6
Comments
Permission to Be Magnificent
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