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Disrupt Yourself Podcast2020-11-10T00:34:13-05:00

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All Disrupt Yourself Episodes:

190. James Clear: Atomic Habits

“Disruption,” as a word, has always had an explosive sound to me. Disruption causes your world to shift and change—an earthquake in the making. However, every once in a

189. Brené Brown: Called to Courage

Few things are as terrifying as vulnerability. Yet, when we allow ourselves to be vulnerable, we allow ourselves to be free. Free from shame, free from fear and free

186. Kara Goldin: Undaunted

My guest this episode Kara Goldin, is the CEO and founder of Hint, Inc., a healthy lifestyle brand based in the United States, in San Francisco, California. Kara is

185. Ben Shewry: Feeding Disruption

The ability to pivot well during a time of crisis is crucial. When the pandemic hit last spring spurring a global crisis, chef, entrepreneur and philanthropist Ben Shewry, did

183. Zaza Pachulia: The Game of Disruption

Disruption helps us grow, stretching and developing us in ways that comfort cannot. Our guest this episode, Zaza Pachulia, is a great example of this truth. He is an

182. Mikaila Ulmer: Bee Fearless

Experiencing pain and fear can shape us in good, and bad ways. We can recoil, avoiding that which inflicted the pain, or we can let it drive us to

181. Pim de Morree: Corporate Rebels

In business, we often talk about the value of learning from our own and other organization’s mistakes, but what about learning from what is going well? What might we

180. Step Back to Grow

In Episode 80 of our podcast, we started a series, on our seven-point framework of personal disruption. In Episode 100, we took a deep dive into accelerant #1, take

179: Robert Glazer: Friday Forward

Most of us desire to be more intentional in our personal and professional lives. We want to steer life rather than have it steer us – but where do

178. Mark Metry: Screw Being Shy

Our guest this week Mark Metry is, as he puts it, a 22-year-old trying to do his best during his limited time on planet earth. Mark is a driven

177. Livingston Taylor: Stories from the Stage

Our guest this week, Livingston Taylor, is a singer, songwriter, guitarist, pianist, performer, recording artist and teacher. He has enjoyed a storied career that has spanned five decades. Livingston

176. Darrell Rigby: The Agile Life

Our guest today, Darrell Rigby, is an expert in the philosophy called Agile. According to Darrell, “Agile always begins thinking from the customer backward. What is the customer’s problem?

175. Mary L. Gray: Ghost Work

Open google, type a word or a phrase, any phrase... red car, modern couch, dog, and a slew of results will populate your browser window. Who is responsible for

174. Buster Benson: Why Are We Yelling

Conflict is becoming an ever more present reality in our lives, yet most of us try desperately to avoid it. The widening gap between the world in which we

172: Michelle McKenna: Change Agents

Organizational change can be a disorienting experience. We all have bristled against it at one time or another, unnerved by the unknown. However, leaning into change and following the