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Welcome to "Might Help, Can't Hurt! Conversations with Leaders, Doers, and Friends" - a series of impromptu "private conversations made public" with people who inspire me about life in the pandemic, reimagining the future, and whatever weird and wonderful things happen to be on our minds that day!
 
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In this wonderfully mellow episode, Martin Luther King award-winning author Dr. Jack Pransky, one of one of my early mentors in the inside-out understanding, shares his thoughts on the radical simplicity of how the mind works, the radical power of love and understanding in community, and the radical gift of deep listening to both ourselves and othe…
 
Ben Lamay is coming back for outdoors and joins to discuss. Mike Emory is a fantastic photographer & tells us his story. Colt Nichols fills us in on what he's been doing and about going back racing. And Garrett Marchbanks does a prerecorded interview telling his side of the McAdoo stuff and discusses his team…
 
In this action packed conversation, Sunday Times number one bestselling author Shaa Wasmund, MBE shared her not so secret secrets to succeeding in business, putting family first, and leveling the playing field for people of all socio-economic and racial backgrounds. We talked about "sanity metrics vs. vanity metrics", four questions to start your n…
 
In this episode, Mike Dooley shares his thoughts on how "thoughts become things", and we explored the nature of creativity and how the internationally bestselling DVD and bestselling book "The Secret" came about. We also talked about why obsessing about "the cursed hows" can derail our creative efforts and whether or not illnesses like Covid and ca…
 
In this beautiful and peace-provoking episode, "Miss Beverley" Wilson Hayes shares lessons learned from over 30 years at the forefront of transforming communities one person at a time. We explore separate realities, the power of "soft listening", and the magic formula for life: M+C+T = R. Guillaume Appolinaire poem: "Come to the cliff," he said. Th…
 
In this week's episode I got the chance to meet and hang out with one of my favorite writers, Robert J. Crane. He's a million-selling author of over 80 books (although I've only read 51 of them so far :-), and his stories include fantasy, thrillers, paranormal tales, and even horror. We talked about the discipline of writing, balancing obsessive pr…
 
In this episode I'm in conversation with Dr. Srikumar Rao, one of the highest rated and most popular professors at many of the world's top business schools. His spiritually-based yet practically grounded message helps people to come radiantly alive in their life and work. We discuss the changing nature of business today, the perils of living in a s…
 
We're back for season two of "Might Help, Can't Hurt! Conversations with Leaders, Doers, and Friends." In this episode I'm in conversation with Nicola Bird - serial entrepreneur, founder of A Little Peace of Mind and author the Hay House book of the same name, one of the best books I've ever read about overcoming anxiety. We discuss anxiety, creati…
 
Michelle Walder is my long-time friend and business manager. She is also the CEO and co-founder of TXG Ltd, an executive coach placement firm in the UK, as well as being a non-executive director of at Brighton & Hove Albion Football Club and the Hay Festival of Literature and the Arts. In this episode, recorded in the midst of the US presidential e…
 
Long time no see. Here we go again. Freshly recorded with energy and a lot of passion. Leave some love and stay tuned. Made for ravers. Made by ravers. ENNEA@alivemaex@projektenneahttps://www.instagram.com/studioenneahttps://www.facebook.com/studioennea9For any other piece of information or contact:https://studioennea.com…
 
This quiet yet insight packed conversation with filmmaker Nic Askew was filled with an exploration of what it is to live life from the place of being "a glorious ignoramus" - that is, from the place of stillness, soul, and not knowing. We talked about "winging it", pure listening, being lived, and the difference between felt experience and intellec…
 
In this fascinating and thought-provoking conversation, I'm talking with Reed and Krista Smith, the founders and owners of Centered Recovery, an insight-based recovery program in Atlanta, Georgia. We explored their principles-based approach to helping people get new perspectives on physical and emotional pain, and how seeing beyond both "thought" a…
 
In this amazing episode, I'm in conversation with Brooke Wheeldon-Reese and Ashley Hunt from The Spark Initiative and James Hird, the principal of Horizons Academy Alternative School where he continues his life's work of recovering at risk students. We talked about how educating students and teachers about how the mind works not only allows them to…
 
In this episode I'm in conversation with Dr. William F. Pettit Jr., Adjunct Clinical Professor of Psychiatry at both Creighton University School of Medicine and Michigan State University School of Osteopathic Medicine. He is a recognized educator in the Three Principles Understanding, and has presented at many national and international conferences…
 
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