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28 minutes | Nov 19, 2020
Casper ter Kuile: An Invitation to Rebuild Your Ritual Muscle
What comes to mind when you read or hear the word "ritual"? It has a lot of weight, right? Despite its religious connotation, a ritual can be any solemn or purposeful act in daily life in which you find deep meaning. Casper ter Kuile, the author of The Power of Ritual, explains why he observes a digital sabbath and how you can discover answers to life's major questions while reading Harry Potter. Yes, really.
28 minutes | Nov 4, 2020
Dr. Iddo Landau: Finding Meaning In An Imperfect World
As challenging as this year has been, it has given us a real opportunity to rethink how and where we find value and contentment in life. Enter this week's guest, Iddo Landau, a professor of philosophy at the University of Haifa in Israel. For the perfectionists out there, Iddo offers a path toward meaning in an imperfect world.
22 minutes | Oct 21, 2020
Dr. Jeff Cohen: How to Cope With Anxiety Amid Trying Times
Columbia University professor and psychologist Dr. Jeff Cohen takes us on a tour through the world of anxiety and what we can do to combat it. Amid the uncertainty of 2020 and beyond, learn helpful tips to live a less anxious life.
25 minutes | Oct 7, 2020
David Mawhinney: A Masterclass In Pivoting & Career Change
We follow David Mawhinney on his life journey from Economics major, to CPA, to Chef, To Sauce Purveyor, and now CEO/Founder of the high-end children’s furniture company “Franklin & Emily”.
29 minutes | Sep 23, 2020
Bryce Skaff: Your Stressed Out Brain is a Tinderbox
Our guest this week is Bryce Skaff, co-head of the Global Client Group at Dimensional Fund Advisors. Bryce has a keen understanding of how stress affects our lives both emotionally and financially.
22 minutes | Sep 9, 2020
Martin Pazzani: Climb Mountains or Walk—Just Get Outside!
Martin Pazzani is no stranger to the grind of corporate life. After decades of jet-setting and building brands and companies, Martin faced burnout. He turned to solo mountain climbing as a release and hasn’t looked back. Martin shares takeaways from his new book, Secrets of Aging Well: Get Outside, as well as his thoughts about longevity, retirement, preventive health care, and brain health.
24 minutes | Aug 26, 2020
Linda Davis Taylor: Amplifying the Conversation Around Wealth
This week on true WELLth, we explore the intersection of gender, wellbeing, and wealth with Linda Davis Taylor, who draws on her experience working in academia, philanthropy, and the financial sector.
26 minutes | Aug 12, 2020
Sunil Arora: Approach Life With Intentional Pauses
Sunil Arora is a professional coach who helps CEOs, founders, and senior executives navigate leadership challenges, entrepreneurs start a new business, and individuals transition professionally. He draws on lessons from his own life pivot from fintech to coaching. Sunil walks us through how pauses in life and self-examination can help with life's major decisions.
28 minutes | Jul 29, 2020
Manisha Thakor: That Adult Summer Camp Feeling
This week on true WELLth, we turn the mic on our host. Manisha Thakor walks us through her own wellness pivot as she heads into retirement. Reflecting on her experience on Wall Street, as a leading fund manager, and a best-selling author, Manisha offers a first-hand account of what constant stress can do to a person both mentally and physically.
22 minutes | Jul 15, 2020
Brigid Schulte: Overwhelmed – Crafting a Better Life for All
If you're feeling overwhelmed these days, you aren't alone. For many of us, the lines between family and work have blurred. Brigid Schulte argues that, as a society, we've created systems that make it difficult to combine family and work responsibilities. But how can we confront and undo entrenched habits and norms? Drawing from her own journey, Schulte offers tips for those seeking out the common elements—love, community, play—of a more fulfilling, sustainable life.
24 minutes | Jun 30, 2020
Marci Alboher: Encore.org – The Power of Multigenerational Collaboration
The traditional 9-to-5 work life is a relic of the past. In recent years, Americans young and old have taken up creative work, passion projects, side gigs, and volunteering, not to mention family care, alongside their day jobs to pursue an interest, make an impact, or boost their income. Marci Alboher, a leading expert on workplace trends, shines a light on the rise of the "slash" career and shares her own quest to separate self-worth from net worth.
25 minutes | Jun 16, 2020
Cali Yost: Modern Careers – Embracing Work + Life Fit
As recently as 15 years ago, the thought of “working from home” conjured up thoughts of slacking off and goofing around. Considered a luxurious perk, and one to be granted only under the most extreme circumstances, it’s now having a moment. Thanks to COVID-19, a large portion of the world's workforce finds itself working from home. FlexStategy Group CEO Cali Yost joined us to explore the long-term implications of this shared experience.
23 minutes | Jun 2, 2020
Sharon Epperson: Brain Aneurysm – A CNBC Correspondent’s Life and Death Experience
In the financial advisory community, we talk constantly about preparing your finances for the unexpected. But that often feels esoteric. In September 2016, our guest, CNBC personal finance correspondent Sharon Epperson, sustained a brain aneurysm and she nearly lost her life.This was any family’s worst nightmare. The way Sharon has willed herself back to life and the lessons she learned along the way about what is—and isn’t—Important in life are striking.
22 minutes | May 27, 2020
Matthew Bonds: Covid19 - What's Next?
Infectious disease specialist Matthew Bonds shares the science behind diseases, pandemics, how they spread, and how they are contained. Having spent time studying and working to improve health care delivery systems in countries such as Rwanda and Madagascar, Matthew brings a unique perspective to this conversation on the pandemic reshaping every aspect of modern life.
23 minutes | Oct 15, 2019
Tara Sophia Mohr: Playing Big – Putting Your Dreams Ahead of Your Fears
When Sheryl Sandberg wrote Lean In, she shined a gigantic search light on the gaping holes in leadership teams around the globe. Where are the women? When Tara Sophia Mohr wrote Playing Big, she gave women a roadmap to develop the tactical skills to fill those holes. What makes Tara’s advice so powerful and widely applicable is that it’s not just for women. It’s for anyone who has ever let their fears stop their dreams.
25 minutes | Sep 25, 2019
Laura Vanderkam: Time Abundance – Enrich Your Life with Mental Mindshifts
There are not enough hours in the day!” Sound familiar? Internationally-acclaimed time and productivity expert Laura Vanderkam has come to the rescue. Laura explains how to identify where you are leaking time on items that are not a priority—or which you don’t even want to do at all—and how to flip that on its head. She describes a simple, powerful daily life hack that can dramatically increase your joy. You’ll also learn how to identify areas where you are resistant to change and how to pivot.
25 minutes | Sep 11, 2019
Gretchen Rubin: Simplify, Simplify, Simplify – Outer Order, Inner Calm
If you are among the ever-growing crowd of folks responding to the question, “How are you?” with a pained expression and the phrase "crazy busy," Gretchen Rubin is here to help. On the surface, this episode may sound like a conversation about organizational tips, but it goes much deeper. Gretchen has created a manifesto rooted in five pillars that serves as the modern version of Henry David Thoreau’s classic, Walden, helping us curate our habitats to support our essential selves.
25 minutes | Aug 28, 2019
Molly Alliman: Nutritious Living - On and Off The Plate
A former corporate banker with an 24/7 always on life, Molly Alliman did a sharp left turn - returning to school to study nutrition. Today, she has a private practice and provides corporate wellness programs to firms like Airbnb, ZenDesk and WeWork covering subjects such as: managing burning out, reading ingredient labels, and creating your own unique food philosophy. This episode’s topics run the gamut from depleted adrenal systems to elimination diets to the optimal way to think about sugar.
28 minutes | Aug 13, 2019
Dr. Michael Hosking: Mental Health – The Real Reason Exercise Can Help
Roughly one in three Americans is struggling with mental health issues—some situational, some chemical. Unfortunately, there are no conclusive medical tests to diagnose certain conditions, nor are there universal "prescriptions" for lifestyle and/or pharmaceutical remedies to treat them. However, one oft-cited source of relief is exercise. In this episode, Dr. Michael Hosking, biologist and founder of Revocycle Mind and Body Cycling, walks us through the science of exercise using the lens of his own struggles with mental health.
29 minutes | Jul 30, 2019
Katherine Collins: Sustainable Investing - What Are You For?
What constitutes healthy growth? Why are there benefits to high failure rates? How can nature help us with investing? This episode provides answer – ones that can even be used in your personal life too! Katherine was the first female director of research at Fidelity Investments, earned her masters at Harvard Divinity School, created Honeybee Capital, an investment research firm focused on mental models such as “biomimicry,” and today is Putnam Investments' first head of sustainable investing.
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