Conversations with Phil - Sales and Leadership Insights to Increase Your Influence, Impact and Income
About This Show
Each episode of Conversations with Phil will give you straight talk - with no BS - featuring actionable business insights you can use to increase your influence, impact and income. Some of these insights will be from me, and I'll bring you many others from the smart people I've come in contact with over my years as a speaker, as an executive in various companies, as a sales and leadership coach.
Each episode go 30 minutes or less, so it's easy to listen to on your commute, during your workout, or wherever you have 30 minutes. Subscribe to the feed, rate the podcast, and offer me your reviews and feedback.
I'll also be putting the videos that are mostly unedited online with show notes, links to things we talk about, and some special bonuses. Go to my website at http://philgerbyshak.com to see the videos.
Most Recent Episode
Porn, Pleasure and Masturbation
This episode is unlike any I've done before, and it turned out terrifically well. If talking about sex makes you uncomfortable, then this episode is especially for you. Especially if you're a woman. I talked to Kit Murray Maloney, CEO of O'Actually. O’actually celebrates sexually stimulating content, products, and knowledge that focuses on enhancing and stimulating women’s sexual pleasure. The company is dedicated to changing the landscape of adult entertainment to prioritize women’s arousal by distributing new types of film, audio, visual arts, and literature. O’actually also shares sexual enhancement knowledge and recommends products that promote female pleasure. Kit bared her soul (no pun intended) to talk honestly about the importance of women's orgasms, why masturbation is ok, and why porn and pleasure are at opposite ends of the spectrum. On Porn, Masturbation and Pleasure Phil: Welcome to the show Kit. Tell us why you started O’Actually. Kit: We are here to remind women to owning their own pleasure that is often missed we are here to remind everyone involved that it is important. There’s a real lack of awareness around women's pleasure, and most porn is made purposefully for men. It isn’t made for real life. Phil: Are you telling me porn isn’t real life? Ha! Kit: With the persuasiveness with porn in mainstream life it gets real muddled with entertainment and reality, with the age a young man first sees porn has dropped from 11 to 8. Adults can realize that porn isn’t reality but if you are introduced at a young age to sexuality through porn, you’ll wind up confused. Not to mention that porn is adult entertainment and made for men to enjoy alone and they are geared towards that stimulus. Because it’s all we have, it gets turned into education or that's thinking that’s what women's bodies are meant to look like. Phil: How do we introduce that subject without it being that weird story of the stork or odd story of the birds and bees? Kit: It does seem we have t