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32 minutes | Sep 20, 2021
Bragging my Butt Off with Lisa Stambaugh
Are you good at bragging? Do you think it is rude? Listen in as Lisa Stambaugh talks about why she is not sorry for bragging her butt off and how you can do it without looking like an A$$.
33 minutes | Sep 13, 2021
Expecting my team to be where I am supposed to be on time with Robert Douthit
Have you ever heard: "If you're on time, you're late!" Being on time is not only kind to others, but it could mean that you aren't missing out when you are needed. Listen in as Robert Douthit talks about how important it is to be on time and his expectations for his team.
31 minutes | Sep 6, 2021
Helping Combat Well-Intended Parents in Sport with Heath Eslinger
Are you a well-intended parent? Do you have kids in sport? If so listen in as Heath Eslinger talks about why he is not sorry for helping combat well-intended parents in sport.
28 minutes | Aug 30, 2021
Embracing Radical Self Love with Subena Colligan
Do you believe in Radical Self Love? Do you even know what it is? Listen in as Subena Colligan speaks about why she is not sorry for embracing radical self-love and how it has changed her life.
24 minutes | Aug 23, 2021
Living with no excuses with Jose Flores
Do you have excuses? Could these excuses be very rationalized for why you do what you do? Whatever it may be, you don't want to miss out on this conversation as Jose speaks about why he is not sorry for living with no excuses.
29 minutes | Aug 16, 2021
Loving Well with Gretchen Schott
How do you love others? Is it well? Listen in as Gretchen talks about why wellbeing and love go together.
34 minutes | Jul 9, 2021
My Accomplishments (during a pandemic) with Sheryl Mays
Do you talk about your accomplishments? How about if you were very blessed during the season when it seemed like many were suffering? Would you belittle your blessings and downplay them, or get the courage up to speak on them? In this episode, Sheryl talks about why she is not sorry for her accomplishments during a pandemic.
34 minutes | Jul 2, 2021
Overemphasizing Character in the Player Evaluation with Brian Decker
What if your mission is to help individuals and teams cultivate an approach to high performance? I think this is a desire for many leaders. They want to see people not only succeed but do their best. So what are those factors needed to be at your best? What do leaders need to look for and cultivate in others? Listen to this wisdom-filled episode, as Indianapolis Colts Director of Player Development, Brian Decker, speaks on why he is not sorry for overemphasizing character in the player evaluation.
33 minutes | Jun 18, 2021
Wearing a T-Shirt with Alex Judd
You just left a top high-profile corporate job to start your own company. You are getting ready to meet with one of the first clients that is paying you good money to coach them along their journey. Decision time: Would you A. Dress up to match the highly successful client B. Wear a T-shirt Listen in on this fun conversation as Alex is not sorry for choosing B.
34 minutes | Jun 14, 2021
Walking in my Greatness with June Archer
This show is literally a mind-blower. The first time Emily spoke with June, she felt like she just got a Ph.D. crash course in life wisdom. So when asked the question, what are you not sorry for, June didn't disappoint. Some may see it as "bragging," but others will get its true impact as they dive into why June is not sorry for walking in his greatness (and talking about it) and how others may be blocking their own blessings by not celebrating it.
30 minutes | Jun 11, 2021
Putting me first with Chef Tré Joyner
Where do you put yourself on your priority list? Too many people seem to put themself last, but not Chef Tré...well not anymore. As a recovering people-pleaser, she has found she has to put herself first as her life now depends on it. Listen in on this amazing conversation between two friends about being unapologetically bold.
34 minutes | Jun 7, 2021
Unconventional Path to Leadership with Jamey Rootes
What has been your path to Leadership? Has it been a climbing ladder game OR has it been a little hopscotch? What if it has been neither? What if you got to "skip steps" in some people's eyes. Would you talk about it or call it luck? Listen in as Emily and Jamey Rootes, former president of the Houston Texans talks about why he is not sorry for his unconventional path to leadership.
32 minutes | Jun 4, 2021
Losing my Reputation with John Blanchard
What does your reputation mean to you? What if it was ripped away and tarnished? What if you weren't in the wrong but only "guilty" by association? How would you feel? What would you do? Difficult questions, for sure, but listen in as Emily welcomes John Blanchard on the show as he talks about why he is not sorry for losing his reputation.
27 minutes | May 31, 2021
Recovering Loudly with Chris Norris
Rule #1 Be anonymous. What happens here stays here...like a mini-vegas. But what if you are a rule breaker and say screw it all! Chris Norris is proud because he is talking about why he is not sorry for loudly recovering from alcohol use disorder. He hid it for many years only to wonder is this causing me to suffer in silence? Listen in for a hope-filled story filled with loud recovery and a lot of life now lived.
28 minutes | May 28, 2021
Smiling in a Tornado with Larry Long Jr
Are you a smiler? You know the person that walks everywhere showing off those pearly whites because you are high on life? Yes that overly happy optimist that sees the beauty in life. So what happens when your worldview meshes with a tragic event? Can you still put a smile on? Shoot, is it even appropriate? Join guest Larry Long, Jr as he talks about why he is not sorry for smiling in a tornado.
24 minutes | May 24, 2021
Asking for Help with Dennis Volpe
Do you ever hesitate to ask for help? Is it your ego stepping in? Could it be your people-pleasing? Maybe it might be something else; either way, Dennis Volpe is welcomed on the show to talk about why he is no longer sorry for asking for help after making a news worthy multi-million dollar mistake that ended his career.
30 minutes | May 21, 2021
Fighting with Allison Moore
Are you tired of fighting? Does it seem like everything is a constant battle at times? What if that battle was for someone you desperately loved? Would the stakes change? Well, listen in why guest Allison Moore is not sorry for fighting...not only for others but for her own mental health. This is a powerful and packed episode you do not want to miss!
31 minutes | May 17, 2021
Being Your Advocate (& not your Counselor) with Annie Gilbert
What would you think if your chief of staff was a counselor? Wow, that's cool; I can't wait to talk with her about all my issues, or ugh oh, is she going to "shrink me" and read my mind and emotions....make me sit on a couch and tell all my life woes. What if the answer is neither? Listen in on this episode as Annie Gilbert of Primitive speaks on why she is not sorry for being your advocate and not your counselor and why instead, she uses her listening and people skills to empower you.
27 minutes | May 14, 2021
Speaking Boldly about Addiction with Michelle Weidenbenner
Do you have a loved one with Addiction? Has it been hard to communicate and help them? In this episode, we speak with Michelle, a Mom on a mission to help other mothers care for their addicted loved one while also caring for themself.
29 minutes | May 10, 2021
Killing Busyness with Garland Vance
Is Busyness Killing you? This was a question that Garland Vance pondered when his doctor told him that busyness was killing him. At first, Garland didn't take it seriously and wanted to prove his doctor wrong...only to find out the Doc knew what he was talking about. From then, Garland dedicated his doctoral research to discovering the impact of busyness and is no longer apologizing for killing busyness.
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