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Disrupt Yourself Podcast2020-06-16T00:13:07-04:00

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142. 2019 Year End Recap

2019 has been a phenomenal year for the Disrupt Yourself podcast. We’ve had a wonderful array of guests (including some old friends and some “pinch me now” new acquaintances).

140. Embrace Constraints

Constraints. For most of us, just hearing this word evokes a negative response. Limitations. Restrictions. A cage that prevents us from spreading our wings. However, if you’re familiar with

139. Heather Hawkins: Radical Authenticity

When a photo of a new “boy band” crossed PR Agent Heather Hawkins’ desk in 2001, she was surprised at how glamorously they were presented. The era of Backstreet

135. Eric Schurenberg: Be Discovery Driven

Next week is the re-release of my book, Disrupt Yourself, with Harvard Business Press, and in anticipation of this event we are continuing our look at the seven-point framework

133. Tiffany Shlain: Step Back to Grow

Typically, when I discuss stepping back to grow it is in the context of moving sideways or even backwards in a career in order to gain the experiences needed

132. Buster Scher: Battle Entitlement

In anticipation of the re-release of my book, Disrupt Yourself, with Harvard Business Press (available for pre-order now!) we are continuing our look at the seven-point framework of personal disruption.

131. Jonathan Mendonsa: Embrace Constraints

In anticipation of the rerelease of Disrupt Yourself on Nov 12th, 2019, we are continuing our look at the 7-point framework of personal disruption. Today we are examining Accelerant

126. Rita McGrath: Inflection Points

When the Wright brothers completed the first sustained manned flight it was a pivotal moment in history. Travel, commerce, logistics, and world relations would forever be impacted by those

125. Ali Brown: Good at Something

When we talk about disrupting yourself, I typically advise that you look before you leap. Make a planned exit, cushion the landing, prepare for the change. But that is