Entrepreneurship, Side Hustles, and Getting Noticed in a Crowded World (Dorie Clark)

Dorie Clark is a marketing strategy consultant, professional speaker, contributor to Harvard Business Review, and the author of the new book Entrepreneurial You. In this chat, we discuss how anyone can become an entrepreneur in their own way, the importance … Continue reading

Make Kindness Cool Again: Practical Ways to Build a Newer, Nicer World (Tara Cousineau)

Tara Cousineau is a clinical psychologist and author of the book The Kindness Cure. In this chat, we discuss the current state of kindness (and cruelty) in our world and practical ways we can make kindness cool again. One big … Continue reading

How to Improve Your Social Skills and Better Connect With People (Jeff Callahan)

Jeff Callahan is a social skills and communication coach behind the site Become More Compelling. In this chat, we talk about how we first became interested in self improvement, advice on how to overcome social anxiety and start new conversations, … Continue reading

The Purpose of Having Fun at Work and Taking Meaningful Breaks (Dave Crenshaw)

Dave Crenshaw is a Productivity and Leadership Mentor and author of the new book “The Power of Having Fun: How Meaningful Breaks Help You Get More Done.” In this chat, we talk about the purpose of having fun at work … Continue reading

Don’t Become An Information Junkie: A Balance Between Learning And Taking Action

One of the biggest traps of any type of self improvement is becoming an “information junkie.” An “information junkie” is someone who spends a lot of time reading books, watching videos, and listening to podcasts about self improvement, but they … Continue reading