2206, 2017

Kara Goldin: There’s A Lot To Be Learned From Unbelievers

June 22nd, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

In an age of constant invention, it amazes me that people still say, “If it could’ve been done, it would’ve been done.”

But that’s what Kara Goldin heard from many directions when she launched Hint, parent company of Hint Water, an unsweetened, all natural, fruit-flavor infused bottled water, with annual revenue in the range of $100 […]

806, 2017

Adda Birnir: The Disruptive Power of Mentorship

June 8th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

I’ve recently been emphasizing the importance of mentors—and the reciprocal imperative to recognize and appreciate these people and the tremendous asset they are to us.

Adda Birnir is my guest for Episode 19 of the Disrupt Yourself Podcast. The innovator and CEO of Skillcrush, an online learning enterprise focused on providing education in website building, Adda […]

1705, 2017

Naveen Rajdev: Bridging Leadership and Management

May 17th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

When I was in college, a speaker at the university’s weekly forum addressed the subject of leadership versus management. He referred to the shift from the former to the later as ‘fatal.’ The statement resonates still today, and makes me grateful that we increasingly talk about exceptional leadership as opposed to merely good management.

During my […]

405, 2017

Chrysula Winegar: Harnessing the Disruptive Power of Motherhood

May 4th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

Hey! Give yourself (or your favorite mom) a Mother’s Day gift — episode 17 of the Disrupt Yourself Podcast! My guest is Chrysula Winegar, Senior Director for Communications and Special Initiatives at the United Nations Foundation. Chrysula leads a community for the Foundation titled The Global Moms Challenge, which focuses particularly on health issues affecting women […]

2004, 2017

Paula Froelich: Travel Alone and Take a Gap Year

April 20th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

Paula Froelich is the go-to guru of world travel, especially for women who may want/need to travel solo. The former editor-in-chief of Yahoo Travel and headliner of the travel program A Broad Abroad is also my current guest on the Disrupt Yourself Podcast, and one of the topics we unexpectedly discussed was that of ‘the […]

504, 2017

Asi Burak: Changing the Game for Games

April 5th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

Asi Burak is CEO, Power Play; and Chairman, Games for Change. He has also been named one of the “Digital 25: Leaders in Emerging Entertainment” by the Producers Guild of America (PGA) and Variety Magazine. And he’s my guest on Episode 15 of the Disrupt Yourself Podcast.

Of course, we talk about the book he recently co-authored: Power […]

2203, 2017

Susan Cain: Unlocking The Disruptive Power Of Introverts

March 22nd, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

How do you sell two million copies of your book?

You write a disruptive book, one with a revolutionary thesis that talks about a topic no one else is talking about, a subject that plays to your own distinctive strengths.

If you’re Susan Cain, guest for Episode 14 of the Disrupt Yourself Podcast, you write Quiet: The […]

1003, 2017

Garry Ridge, CEO of WD-40: The Boss We All Want to Be

March 10th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

My guest on episode 13 of the Disrupt Yourself Podcast, Garry Ridge, CEO of WD-40 Company, is a leaders’ leader; not only the kind of boss we all wish we had, but also the kind of boss we all wish we were, or should.

Garry may love failure, and what can be learned from it, more […]

2302, 2017

Marco Rosamilia: Need a Metaphor for Disrupting Yourself, Try the Flying Trapeze

February 23rd, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

My guest on Episode 12 of the Disrupt Yourself Podcast is Marco Rosamilia. Together with his brother, Anthony, Marco is the founder, owner and operator of I Fly Trapeze, a flying trapeze school, that also provides instruction in other circus arts and community performances both by nearly novice students, the highly experienced and expert instructors […]

1102, 2017

Meredith Kopit-Levien: On the Front Line of Journalism

February 11th, 2017|Categories: Podcast|

Once upon a time, a newspaper was a newspaper was a newspaper. News was gathered, organized, edited and printed. The finished product was then sold—daily, weekly, occasionally monthly—at bookstores and newsstands, delivered to homes and businesses by paid subscription. Not so anymore.

Meredith Kopit-Levien, my guest on Episode 11 of the Disrupt Yourself Podcast, is the […]