What is important?What deepens our lives? What does it mean to be human? As a teacher and practitioner of Nonviolent Communication (NVC), Rachelle Lamb has devoted over 40 years to these questions. I discovered Rachelle’s body of work while doing research for my book, and a was compelled to leave her a message that same morning. It was really inspiring to find someone so … [Read more...]
Incredible leaders + creators, how they live, and how they contribute to the world we deserve. Our show grants guests and listeners: Permission to Chill,
Permission to Feel All the Feels, and Permission to Glow in the Dark.
Emceed by yogi, Dad, and executive coach KC (Kristoffer Carter).
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> Our lives and well-being are intimately connected to the people we interact with the most. With the leaders I coach, their lives and businesses are held together by relationships. We talk a lot about our families at home, our families at work, and how important it is to stay in sync with the people closest to us. The quality of lives is directly correlated to the quality of our … [Read more...]
Motivating ourselves, even in “normal” times can be challenging enough. We’re constantly talking ourselves out of doing the harder, brave work, or maybe we start it only to self-sabotage. But what about when the whole world as we knew it hits the pause button? Many of us have been realigning our schedules, figuring out how to stay productive with a houseful of kids, or reexamining our … [Read more...]
As we navigate our current waves of uncertainty, we may confront our need for healing on some level. In more predictable circumstances, we can often get away without having to look in our darkest corners. Today's guest was on a collision course with childhood trauma, and once he was able to see it, his life had become dangerously unsustainable. By outward appearances, he was a successful … [Read more...]
What do you recall about being a teenager? Was it fun for you? I recall having big dreams, while also being relentlessly uncomfortable with myself. Many clients, friends, and fellow parents have taken an interest in our 15 year-old daughter Elliott's emerging career as a professional singer, and songwriter. Elliott first performed alongside me when she was 8, singing "Hallelujah" to our packed … [Read more...]