You are known for your public victories, but it’s the private victories you achieve that make them possible. In today’s episode, we share some of the private victories that help you build the confidence, resilience, and skills necessary to sustain the public victories.
You are known for your public work, but you’re defined by your “secret” work. On today’s episode we discuss the importance of having work in your life that no one sees as a means of developing skills and cultivating passion and curiosity.
Do you have a framework for making larger decisions about your life, your career, and your work? How do you decide what you’re trying to do with your life? In this episode, I address a question from a listener about how to make decisions about the larger questions of life and career.
If you travel for business, you know that it can be both stressful and frustrating. However, if you have some core principles that guide how you approach travel it can also turn your time “on the road” into space to help you be more prolific, brilliant, and healthy. On today’s show, I share a few principles for traveling well and staying emotionally (and physically) healthy.
Conflict is a natural and expected thing when you have talented, driven people working side by side. In fact, if you don’t have conflict on your team then it’s potentially a sign of a lack of health. Conflict can sharpen your relationships, but how you handle it is everything. On today’s episode I share a few quick tips for fighting well.
When you think about what it takes to be creative every day, you probably think about the technical aspects of your work. However, you might not consider how what you eat, how you sleep, and how you exercise affects your ability to think well and be brilliant when it matters most. On today’s show, Dr. Greg Wells shares some highly practical advice about how to better care for yourself so you can think clearly and deliver results under pressure. Dr. Wells is the author of the new book The Ripple Effect.