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59 minutes | 3 months ago
Succeed Through Failure with elite athlete Jim Harshaw
Jim Harshaw is a TEDx Speaker, performance coach, former Division I All American wrestler and former Division I head coach. It took him 16 years to become an All American and he failed many times, often not just with a bruised ego but blood on his face. At age 26, I found myself as the youngest Division I head coach in the country. He talks to Ed Andrew about success through failure. He has spent his life surrounded by elite performers – Olympians, CEOs, and millionaires. They’ve all struggled and failed on their way to success. His mission is help people find success through the many adventures they have had before.
57 minutes | 5 months ago
How to be a resilient actor with award winning actress Debra Wanger
As an actress Debra has performed in theaters, screens and cabarets from New York to Los Angeles. As a talent manager She helped guide the careers of Hollywood A listers including Halle Berry and Antonio Banderas. A sought after speaker and author of The Resilient Actor: How to Kick-Ass in the Business Without it Kicking Your Ass was an Amazon bestseller. Debra was one of the first Certified Bulletproof Human Potential Coaches, studying in a year-long program with the Bulletproof Human Potential Institute with Dave Asprey and Dr. Mark Atkinson. Having worked as a professional actor and Hollywood talent manager, many of her clients are actors and creative types seeking a healthy lifestyle balance while maintaining an exciting, satisfying creative career.
71 minutes | 6 months ago
Knowing Your Mind to Overcome Adversity with Blake Bauer #132
Blake Bauer is the author of the international bestselling book You Were Not Born To Suffer. Each year he helps thousands of people who cannot find effective support from conventional psychology, medicine, or religion. Blake is a world-renowned teacher and speaker with an extensive background in psychology, alternative medicine, nutrition, traditional healing, and mindfulness meditation. Based on both his personal experience overcoming deep suffering, addiction, and adversity, as well as his professional success with over 100,000 people worldwide, Blake’s pioneering work integrates what he’s found to be the most effective approaches to optimal mental, emotional, and physical health.
58 minutes | 7 months ago
Bringing gaming to interviews - when technology trumps humans.
How to bring diversity, humour and emotional intelligence into workforce planning and recruitment. US pioneer in assessments Criteria bought Australian AI and gaming based assessment company Revelian famed for its innovation in inclusion and diversity. Ed Andrew talks to Harvard PHD and Fulbright scholar Criteria founder Josh Millet and Revelian CEO Cherie Curtis about where the world of work, planning, recruitment and retention is going. We take a deep dive into the benefits and drawbacks of AI, how to assess those on the spectrum and showcase their talent, how to create better communication and longevity of employees and where emotions fit within great leadership.
52 minutes | 7 months ago
How to achieve a flow state and access peak performance with Rian Doris
Rian Doris is the Co-Founder & COO at the Flow Research Collective, a research and training institute focused on decoding the neuroscience of flow states and training leaders to achieve peak performance. Rian lives at the intersection of entrepreneurship and academia —from starting his first business at age 18 to studying Philosophy in Trinity College Dublin and an MSc in Applied Neuroscience at King's College, London. On the academic side, Rian has lead research initiatives with Imperial College London, University of Southern California, the University of Zurich and Deloitte. On the entrepreneurial side, Rian has worked intimately with numerous world-leading experts in peak performance such as Keith Ferrazzi, Dr. Dan Siegel, and Steven Kotler, his partner at Flow Research Collective. Rian has been featured in Fast Company, Forbes, TedX and Big Think.
80 minutes | 8 months ago
From burned out hedge fund manager to award winning mindset coach with Justin Caffrey
Justin Caffrey is a former hedge fund manager, who lost his son 10 years ago and committed to changing his life and getting off the hamster wheel of corporate life which was rapidly derailing him. He now combines his life with ethical investing, advising and a daily practice of cold water immersion, meditation and plant based living. In essence he is now living his life on purpose. A recognised thought leader in Mindfulness, Resilience and Wellbeing having delivered programs to over 100 corporate clients. A Proven Multi-Business Entrepreneur in differing sectors and countries. Justin has built and sold 8 Regulated Companies with Seven Figure Exits. He is the All Ireland All Star Thought Leader in Personal Development in 2019 & 2020.
58 minutes | 8 months ago
Do you know your values? Building a Sustainable Future through cultural change with Jeremy Lent
Exploring cultural change, and the integration of Western and Eastern societies to build a sustainable future with author Jeremy Lent. Best know for the Patterning Instinct his writings investigate the patterns of thought that have led our civilization to its current crisis of sustainability. He is founder of the nonprofit Liology Institute, dedicated to fostering an integrated worldview that could enable humanity to thrive sustainably on the earth. After a career in business, eventually founding an internet startup and taking it public. After the death of his wife in 2005, Jeremy began an inquiry into the various constructions of meaning formed by cultures around the world and throughout history. His award-winning novel, Requiem of the Human Soul, was published in 2009. His most recent work, The Patterning Instinct: A Cultural History of Humanity’s Search for Meaning, traces the deep historical foundations of our modern worldview. His next work The Web of Meaning: An Integration of Modern Science with Traditional Wisdom, which combines findings in cognitive science, systems theory, and traditional Chinese and Buddhist thought, offering a framework that integrates both science and meaning in a coherent whole. He holds regular community workshops to explore these topics through contemplative and embodied practices in the San Francisco Bay Area.
70 minutes | 9 months ago
how to write a NY Times bestseller with John David Mann #127
John is an award-winning author, 3 x NY Times bestseller, he has written 30 books, in 35 languages and have sold more than 3 million copies. He won Nautilus Award, the Axiom Business Book Award (Gold Medal), Taiwan’s Golden Book Award for Innovation, and the 2017 Living Now Book Awards “Evergreen Medal” for “contribution to positive global change.” John is the first writer I have interviewed, in the sense that he is not promoting his own brand with non fiction business books but is the writer behind many bestsellers. A fascinating insight into the mind of a writer, his practices, the world of publishing and how he collaborates with business leaders and celebrities. He is co-author of the international bestseller The Go-Giver (with Bob Burg), the New York Times bestsellers The Latte Factor (with David Bach), The Red Circle (with Brandon Webb), and Flash Foresight (with Daniel Burrus), the national bestsellers The Slight Edge (with Jeff Olson), Among Heroes (with Brandon Webb), Out of the Maze (with Spencer Johnson), and Real Leadership (with John Addison), and the Washington Post bestseller Take the Lead (with Betsy Myers), which was named Best Leadership Book of 2011 by Tom Peters and the Washington Post. His first full-length novel, Steel Fear (with former Navy SEAL Brandon Webb) comes out August 2021.
83 minutes | 9 months ago
How to reimagine society, healing wounds of race with Dr Mamphela Ramphele
DR Mamphela Ramphele has had a celebrated career as an activist, medical doctor, academic, businesswoman and political thinker. Well known for cofounding Black Consciousness with Steve Biko in South Africa, she was one of only 4 Managing Directors of World Bank, stood for South African Presidential election in 2014, is a trustee of Nelson Mandela Foundation, and member of Club of Rome. Above all she is a humanitarian and activist for societal change. We talk about creating an abundant mindset by reconnecting to what we value as human connection and to our environment. That healing racial tension comes form acknowledgement, forgiveness, looking each other directly and creating a new value system.
75 minutes | 10 months ago
Rebuilding civilisation is impossible but we have to try - David Korten, activist, author, ex Harvard Professor.
David Korten is a former Harvard Business School professor, multiple author, activist, member of Club of Rome. His mission is to build an ecological civilisation, which is frankly impossible as no-one knows how but as he says we have to try. We talk about the Western destruction of Eastern values, sustainability, regeneration of land and community, how most CEO would be fired if they were truly aligned to their ethics. Why because their values do not represent the demands of shareholders. So it is our collective responsibility to start now as individuals building our community again.
80 minutes | 10 months ago
Protecting privacy in the age of Ai and neuro technology - Devon White and Ryan Triplette
Ryan Triplette, former Chief IP Counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee is the founder of Canary Global Strategic, a strategic consulting firm focusing on the policy and regulatory needs of emerging / disruptive technologies operating in the US (Washington, DC) and Europe (Paris, France) Devon White is the co-founder and CEO of Field, a cutting edge brain optimization company specializing in personalized, precision-based neuro-enhancement experiences. He has over 20 years in performance coaching and human systems design. Devon is a master trainer in multiple communication systems and a global speaker on the intersection of technology and wellness Global Brain Data Foundation was established in 2020 as a charity to serve the public interest by ensuring the development of the neurotechnology industry in a manner that supports human flourishing and data empowerment. Built functionally as a data repository and best practices clearinghouse for the proper and ethical collection, accumulation, licensing and use of neurodata.
61 minutes | a year ago
Economic hit man to shamanism in the Amazon - John Perkins #123
John Perkins is an author and activist whose 10 books on global intrigue, shamanism, and transformation including Touching the Jaguar, Shapeshifting and the classic Confessions of an Economic Hit Man have been on the New York Times bestseller list for more than 70 weeks, sold over 2 million copies and are published in 35 languages. As chief economist at a major consulting firm, he advised the World Bank, United Nations, Fortune 500 corporations, US and other governments. He regularly speaks at universities, economic forums, and shamanic gatherings around the world and is a founder and board member of the nonprofit organizations, the Pachamama Alliance and Dream Change. He talks to Ed Andrew about his latest book Touching the Jaguar, and creating a life economy.
65 minutes | a year ago
#122 - finding destiny with Mark Victor Hansen and Crystal Dwyer Hansen
Mark Victor Hansen is probably best known as the co-author for the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series and brand, with over 500 million books sold. He is also a prolific writer with 307 books authored or co-authoredMark also worked his way into a worldwide spotlight as a sought-after keynote speaker and entrepreneurial marketing maven. He is a charismatic speaker having spoken to 7,000 audiences in 78 countries. His wife and co-author of Ask!, Crystal Dwyer Hansen is a business strategist and successful entrepreneur, speaker, and author in the US and China. Crystal, also known as the “celebrity coach,” is a certified life coach and wellness/nutrition expert. They talk to Ed Andrew about their own journeys to transformation, based on asking questions and taking action, letting go of the ego. We talk about Albert Einstein and the power of radiant energy, his work with Buckminster Fuller and the process of transformation which we have learned from thousands of years of teaching.
80 minutes | a year ago
How to start a coaching business and business lessons learned from elite sports
Week eight of our Mindset Mastermind series with Ed Andrew, Tim Alison and Scotty Schindler host Mindset Mastermind, a weekly live Q&A on business, entrepreneurship, careers, work and life. Tim and Scotty are regular guests on Human Impact. This week we focus on building a coaching business, getting a business started and taking lessons from elite sports into business. Tim Alison is host of the Screw the Naysayers podcast interviewing leaders such as Seth Godin, Jack Canfield and Evan Carmichael. He has an incredible story leaving his highly paid sales career in Toronto at 30 with a young family to settle in small fishing village in Nova Scotia where he built an education software company to $10m in revenue. For the past ten years Tim has mentored and coached business owners, he has given talks at Harvard and is on the Amazon Prime docuseries on reshaping education. Scotty Schindler is the founder of ReNet a real estate software business responsible for managing $1.25 trillion in listings. He grew this with no mentors. Scotty is also a world champion amateur surfer, business mentor and coach. Scotty is also the pioneer of the 1357 sales systems and Business Judo methods.
78 minutes | a year ago
Mitzi Perdue - wealth, creating legacy, being a steward for the future
Mitzi Perdue is a prolific author, recently published "How to be up in Down times - 40 Tips" with Chicken Soup for the Soul co author Mark Victor Hansen. A well known public speaker and savvy entrepreneur, and farmer owning one of the biggest wineries in California. The daughter of the founder of Sheraton Hotels and wife of Perdue Chicken the largest global organic chicken producer. She is an acclaimed host and science, agriculture writer with over 1,600 syndicated articles to her name and over 400 TV interviews as host. In addition, Mitzi the author of more than 1600 newspaper and magazine articles on family businesses, food, agriculture, the environment, philanthropy, biotechnology, genetic engineering, and women’s health. Mitzi talks to Ed Andrew about wealth, being frugal, legacy and holding money for the future, we also take a deep dive into agriculture and the keys to her business success which are built on research and study.
58 minutes | a year ago
Mindset Mastermind - how to source local business opportunities
Week seven of our Mindset Mastermind series with Ed Andrew, Tim Alison and Scotty Schindler host Mindset Mastermind, a weekly live Q&A on business, entrepreneurship, careers, work and life. Tim and Scotty are regular guests on Human Impact. This week we focus on building a side gig during a crisis and looking at local opportunities. Tim Alison is host of the Screw the Naysayers podcast interviewing leaders such as Seth Godin, Jack Canfield and Evan Carmichael. He has an incredible story leaving his highly paid sales career in Toronto at 30 with a young family to settle in small fishing village in Nova Scotia where he built an education software company to $10m in revenue. For the past ten years Tim has mentored and coached business owners, he has given talks at Harvard and is on the Amazon Prime docuseries on reshaping education. Scotty Schindler is the founder of ReNet a real estate software business responsible for managing $1.25 trillion in listings. He grew this with no mentors. Scotty is also a world champion amateur surfer, business mentor and coach. Scotty is also the pioneer of the 1357 sales systems and Business Judo methods.
61 minutes | a year ago
Steve Hoffman - on building start ups, exponential technologies and mindset.
Steve Hoffman or Captain Hoff as he’s called in Silicon Valley, is the Chairman & CEO of Founders Space, one of the world’s leading incubators and accelerators. He’s also an angel investor, limited partner at August Capital, serial entrepreneur, and author of several award-winning books. These include Make Elephants Fly, and Surviving a Start Up. Hoffman was the Founder and Chairman of the Producers Guild Silicon Valley Chapter, Board of Governors of the New Media Council, and founding member of the Academy of Television’s Interactive Media Group. While in Hollywood, Hoffman worked as a TV development executive at Fries Entertainment, known for producing over a hundred TV shows, acquired by MGM. He went on to pioneer interactive television with his venture-funded startup Spiderdance, which produced interactive TV shows with NBC, MTV, Turner, Warner Brothers, History Channel, Game Show Network, and others. In Silicon Valley, Hoffman founded two more venture-backed startups, in the areas of games and entertainment, and worked as Mobile Studio Head for Infospace, with such hit mobile games as Tetris, Wheel of Fortune, Tomb Raider, Thief, Hitman, Skee-Ball, and X-Files. Hoffman went on to launch Founders Space, with the mission to educate and accelerate entrepreneurs. Founders Space has become one of the top startup accelerators in the world. Hoffman has trained hundreds of startup founders and corporate executives in the art of innovation and provided consulting to many of the world’s largest corporations, including Qualcomm, Huawei, Bosch, Intel, Disney, Warner Brothers, NBC, Gulf Oil, Siemens, and Viacom
78 minutes | a year ago
Mindset Mastermind week 6 with Tim, Ed and Scotty
Week six of our Mindset Mastermind series with Ed Andrew, Tim Alison and Scotty Schindler host Mindset Mastermind, a weekly live Q&A on business, entrepreneurship, careers, work and life. Tim and Scotty are regular guests on Human Impact. This week we focus on protecting your brand, pivoting your business, leading an emerging industry or captaining a dying one? Tim Alison is host of the Screw the Naysayers podcast interviewing leaders such as Seth Godin, Jack Canfield and Evan Carmichael. He has an incredible story leaving his highly paid sales career in Toronto at 30 with a young family to settle in small fishing village in Nova Scotia where he built an education software company to $10m in revenue. For the past ten years Tim has mentored and coached business owners, he has given talks at Harvard and is on the Amazon Prime docuseries on reshaping education. Scotty Schindler is the founder of ReNet a real estate software business responsible for managing $1.25 trillion in listings. He grew this with no mentors. Scotty is also a world champion amateur surfer, business mentor and coach. Scotty is also the pioneer of the 1357 sales systems and Business Judo methods.
58 minutes | a year ago
Michael Devellano - choosing technology to automate and grow your business
Michael has led the strategy, design and development of over 150 mobile, Salesforce and digital or marketing automation projects. Michael is the author and podcast host of Automate & Grow and founder of Founders Pack, an innovation start up community built on the Japanese business principles of Keiretsu. He talks to Ed Andrew about the 6 exponential technologies and how they fit into todays world of start ups, how to choose the right technology automation, how to decide what you should automate and outsource, and what founders should be focussing on themselves.
73 minutes | a year ago
Jack Canfield - why 'heart selling' not hard selling always wins
Jack Canfield, known as America's #1 Success Coach, is the coauthor of more than 200 books, including, The Success Principles™: How to Get from Where You Are to Where You Want to Be, The Success Principles Workbook, and the Chicken Soup for the Soul® series, which includes 40 New York Times bestsellers and has sold more than 500 million copies in 47 languages around the world. Jack is a featured teacher in the movie The Secret, and has appeared on more than a thousand radio and TV shows, including The Oprah Winfrey Show, Oprah’s Super Soul Sunday, the Today show, Fox & Friends, and Larry King Live. He has conducted live trainings for more than a million people in more than 50 countries around the world. He holds two Guinness World Record titles and is a member of the National Speakers Association’s Speaker Hall of Fame. Jack shares with Ed Andrew his insight and advice on doing business during Covid 19, and how to embark on a transformational journey.
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