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

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159. Mark W. Johnson: Lead From the Future

Our guest today is Mark W. Johnson, the co-founder and senior partner of Innosight, a strategy and innovation consulting firm he co-founded with Clayton Christensen in 2000. Mark's latest

158. Jen Goldman-Wetzler: Optimal Outcomes

Conflict is everywhere. Even in "normal" times, it's all around us. And it is inherent in the process of climbing an S-curve of learning. There will be challenges, there

157. Susan David: Emotional Agility

You may decide that you are going to change jobs, move to another country to physically disrupt yourself, hoping to improve your lot. But based on Susan David's 20

153. Keep Planting Cherry Trees

Right now, we find ourselves in uncharted waters. A pandemic, political wrangling, a volatile stock market. Most of it we’ve experienced before. But it feels a bit like we’ve

150. Marco Trecroce: Take Time to Plan

My guest on the podcast today is Marco Trecroce, Senior Vice President and the first ever Chief Information Officer of Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts. I had a chance

147. Tom Rath: Discover Your Contribution

Our guest today is Tom Rath, the New York times bestselling author of How Full is Your Bucket and Amazon's top selling non-fiction book of all time StrengthsFinder 2.0.

146. Angela Blanchard: The Measure of a Great City

Our guest today is Angela Blanchard, a globally recognized expert practitioner in community development, disaster recovery, and effective long-term integration for immigrants and refugees. It may be sad to

145. BJ Fogg: Creating Tiny Habits

Our guest on the podcast today is BJ Fogg, world-renowned behavioral scientist and the founder of Stanford’s behavior design lab. BJ’s new book, Tiny Habits: The Small Changes That

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