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Best Rob & Sherry Walling podcasts we could find (updated June 2020)
Best Rob & Sherry Walling podcasts we could find
Updated June 2020
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In light of the tragic death of George Floyd, Minneapolis has erupted in protests and riots. This senseless loss of life from a psychological perspective causes grief, fear, and anger. A deep fracture of the basic sense of trust is at the heart of this type of turmoil. Losing trust in our leaders can lead to questions of safety. The fundamental que…
 
In this episode Sherry interviews the founder of The Hustle, Sam Parr. Sam shares his story which has a common theme of being able to shift and pivot as times change. Themes that really hold true today more than ever. They also explore the downside of “hustle”, what it costs to your personal or family life, and the importance of balancing “hustle” …
 
In this episode Sherry talks about mothers, motherhood, entrepreneurship, mental health, and all the energy that goes into forming something or someone important. Mothers assume many different roles and shift back and forth between them in order to respond to what is needed. They are the original entrepreneurs, so take time to pause and notice and …
 
This week Sherry interviews Dr. Dan Engle, a Psychiatrist and Neurologist who specializes in Transformational Medicine. He is someone who is at the forefront of emerging science of plant based medicines effectiveness in treating many kinds of mental health challenges. They talk at length about MDMA assisted psychotherapy and the breakthrough scienc…
 
In this episode Sherry talks about a challenge living in this pandemic is finding a sense of calm inside ourselves when the environment around us is not. She takes you through a guided meditation exercise to bring calm to your brain, breath, and body. Want more content like this? Check out our book. The post Episode 241: Guiding Toward Calm- Brain,…
 
In this episode Sherry talks with entrepreneur, author, and speaker: Ronsley Vaz. He is the producer of the audio documentary, The Psychology of Entrepreneurship, in which he dives deep into the unique mindset, mental habits, and perspectives of successful entrepreneurs. In this conversation, Sherry and Ronsley talk about how his work to understand…
 
In this episode Sherry talks about the importance of shelter. Shelter is a place of safety and refuge. As the government mandated “shelter in place” is in full effect, Sherry explores the idea that shelter should also be solace and comfort in the things and people around us. Unfortunately not everyone feels safe in their home for many different rea…
 
In this episode Sherry talks about the topic of grief. Grief is sadness, but grief is also when things are outside of our control and disrupt our plans or intentions. We are all currently experiencing this right now as the pandemic continues and grieving over our cancelled plans, sense of well-being, and restrictions to our freedom of movement. Des…
 
Sherry talks about ways to self assess and check for symptoms of internal unrest. As the global pandemic continues, and we are faced with a situation were we have limited control over things there’s in impulse to go, buy, hoard. All emotions we hold is shared with family and can be highly contagious, specifically fear and anxiety. In these times yo…
 
As part of a MicroConf Connect live stream hosted by Rob Walling, Sherry talks about how to stay mentally healthy and productive in these unprecedented times. Managing expectations, the importance of play, giving yourself permission to work less hours are some of the topics she dives into in this episode. Want more content like this? Check out our …
 
As the global pandemic of the COVID-19 virus continues to increase, Sherry talks about the importance of finding your own relative spot of internal stability among the chaos around us. Finding moments away from the noise and changing our exposure to the ever changing information can help us find calm. She gives some tools and […] The post Episode 2…
 
In today’s episode, Sherry talks with software entrepreneur and Qigong healer Saud Juman. Saud tells his entrepreneurial and spiritual journey from the chaos of owning a night club in his twenties to completing 10 months of nocturnal solitude in order to find purpose. Once armed with his purpose he reveals how he entered the software […] The post E…
 
Sherry interviews Andrew Warner of Mixergy about running, money, mental, and grief. They discuss his accomplished goal of running a marathon in every continent, how he has improved as a businessman, and some personal changes that he’s experienced recently. Want more content like this? Check out our book. The post Episode 233: Running for your life …
 
In today’s episode, Sherry interviews Emily Fletcher, the founder of Ziva Meditation and author of Stress Less and Accomplish More. Emily make meditation accessible for busy folks and high performers. Their conversation covers 3 simple meditation strategies specifically designed for busy entrepreneurs. Emily also unveils her plans to create a medic…
 
Happy Valentine’s Day! Sherry has a conversation about romance, love, sensuality, sex…. all the things. She is joined by Brooke Bergman, a therapist and relationship coach, as well as Dr. Ryan Westrum, an sex therapist and relationship expert. They talk about how to integrate sensuality into daily life, define the differences between romance, sensu…
 
Sherry talks with Marine Corps Veteran, speaker, adventurer, and entrepreneur, Akshay Nanavati. He talks about how life experiences come from engaging in the extremes of the human condition and that darkness isn’t something avoid but to be sought after in order to appreciate the light of life. After serving in the military he was diagnosed […] The …
 
Sherry talks with registered dietitian, author, and speaker Irene Pace, who with over 15 years of experience has been helping people think through how to eat well. Having had her own personal struggle with food in the past Irene has developed a unique way of approaching these issues and sees eating as an opportunity to […] The post Episode 229: Sim…
 
Sherry shares the results of a recent study that found a new intervention for some of the most complicated mental health problems we face as a society today. So what is this magical cure? If you think it comes in pill form then you would be wrong. It’s far simpler than that. It’s Exercise! Exercise […] The post Episode 228: We’re Doing Mental Healt…
 
Sherry talks with motivational speaker Patrick Combs, about the important art of telling your own story. He believes that leaders should know their story and how to tell it because in business it can create trust. Bliss Champions Want more content like this? Check out our book. The post Episode 227: Mastering Your Story with Patrick Combs appeared …
 
Sherry experiences a close call while on vacation with her family. She slips off a suspension bridge, but thanks to her new found ninja skills (from aerial yoga), she’s able to grab a rope mid-air and avoid major injury. She uses the story as a reminder that as entrepreneurs the things we practice, the things […] The post Episode 226: Falling off a…
 
As the holiday season is upon us, Sherry reflects back on this past year. A year she describes for herself as being filled with darkness, grief, and loss. This has brought an awareness for a need for hope. She talks about participating in holiday traditions that mean something to you and some tips for those […] The post Episode 225: The Case for Ho…
 
We don’t know what challenges and gifts life has in store, but we know that the ups and downs will come. How do you enhance your ability to manage, embrace, battle, and cope with the tough stuff? AND be someone who is constantly learning, growing and pressing in to an extraordinary and joyful life? I’ve […] The post Episode 224: Building Greater Ca…
 
Following MicroConf Europe, Sherry and Rob talk about the idea of having diversity of ideas and backgrounds at events (or in communities) and what roles leaders/organizers can play in welcoming diversity. Want more content like this? Check out our book. The post Episode 223: Diverse Voices in the Room appeared first on ZenFounder.…
 
Coping with recent losses, sparked a curiosity about how people dive deep into challenging times. Sherry has also been doing a lot of research in different forms of healing and ways to process grief. This leads us to her most recent mediation practice of mixing breathing techniques, meditation, and the shooting of guns at a […] The post Episode 222…
 
Sherry sits down with Adii Pienaar, fresh off of his exit from Conversio. They talk about how entrepreneur’s identities often become intertwined with their businesses and the importance of finding something outside of that. For Adii this is a love for poetry. He shares his journey of finding poetry and also shares some of his […] The post Episode 2…
 
In honor of mental health awareness day, Sherry tells the story of her brother’s suicide 5 months ago. In an intensely personal episode, she talks about the isolation that this type of loss can cause, the struggle to maintain her business during this season of disruption, and trying to grapple with her own mental health […] The post Episode 220: Th…
 
Sherry talks about the life enhancing power a good hobby can have. At a time of grief from the loss of family members, her own hobby aerial sling, helped her cope and balance herself. Sherry also discusses how hobbies outside of work can help sustain and protect our mental health. Want more content like this? […] The post Episode 219: The Life-Savi…
 
Sherry talks with ZenFounder team member Brooke Bergman, a licensed marriage and family therapist, about specific problems that entrepreneurial couples face as well as introducing the idea of “erotic energy” and how it can be properly used in the business and in the relationship. Want more content like this? Check out our book. The post Episode 218…
 
As the seasons begin to change from summer to fall it brings new sets of challenges. Not everyone likes change or deals with it the same. These changes in an entrepreneur’s life could be a key employee leaving, adding new teams members, etc. In this episode Sherry stresses the importance of anticipating change with a […] The post Episode 217: Chang…
 
Sherry interviews Jordan Axani of Shift Collab, about his journey into the mental health space. During a time in which he was part of a viral internet story and had high momentum professionally, personally he was at a low. He talks about how a TED Talk invitation changed his outlook and focused his energy towards […] The post Episode 216: Mental We…
 
Sherry talks with Alda Karen of MINDX, about how she has taken her own battle with chronic depression and turned it into a tool to help others with their mental health. Her unique approach incorporates virtual reality to help train the mind. Want more content like this? Check out our book. The post Episode 215: Mind Maps and Virtual Reality with Al…
 
Using the example of Mister Rodgers taking off his suit jacket and work shoes when he gets home in exchange for a sweater and casual shoes in the intro of Mister Rodgers Neighborhood, Sherry talks about shifting versions of yourself. How what works with your business self will not translate to your home/family self and […] The post Episode 214: Mis…
 
Sherry interviews successful entrepreneur, Kelsey Ramsden about life after success. Even after you’ve reached every milestone, and accomplished every goal, there still may be a feeling of emptiness. They explore how successful entrepreneurs answer the what’s next question. Check out Kelsey’s book: Success Hangover Want more content like this? Check…
 
Sherry talks about some of the common kinds of loss that entrepreneurs face both in their professional and business lives. She discusses the importance of grieving those losses and steps to take to grieve in a healthy way. Want more content like this? Check out our book. The post Episode 212: All Success Involves Loss appeared first on ZenFounder.…
 
Sherry interviews Jason Fried of Basecamp, about some of the ways his remote company helps team members connect with each other. They also discuss other topics including burnout, sleep, what does calm mean to him, and how he has maintained a long term business partnership. Love this conversation? Check out Jason’s latest book. It Doesn’t […] The po…
 
Rob makes his return to the podcast to reflect on his 19 year marriage with Sherry. They talk about the changes they have gone through over the years and how entrepreneurship played a part in that. Rob also gives an update on his new venture TinySeed and how his mindset has grown this time around. […] The post Episode 210: Marriage and Mindset with…
 
Sherry interview Chris Savage, CEO/Co-Founder of Wistia about his decision not to sell his business. They discuss his approach to leadership, company values, and prioritizing the maintenance health business relationships within the company. Want more content like this? Check out our book. The post Episode 209: Profitable Confidence with Chris Savag…
 
Sherry interviews psychiatrist Dr. Henry Emmons, about his unique approach to his clinical work by integrating natural/holistic methods and therapies. They talk specifically about the problems of depression, anxiety, and addiction, and ways to help using mindfulness and diet. Natural Mental Health Want more content like this? Check out our book. Th…
 
Sherry talks about identity management in entrepreneurship, specifically the interplay of entrepreneurship and distinctiveness. She discusses how being distinct is part of the entrepreneurial experience but at the same time it can also make belonging difficult. Birds of a feather don’t always flock together: Identity management in entrepreneurship …
 
Sherry interviews psychologist Dr. Doug Brackmann about the characteristics of driven people. They talk about vulnerability to self-sabotage and discuss strategies for identifying and preventing self-sabotage. They also talk about his unique approach to meditation that involves long range shooting. www.drdougbrackmann.com Want more content like thi…
 
Sherry talks about trying to find a balance between the individual voice and cohesive functioning and how it can be a challenge for growing companies. As Rob has continued to ramp up his recent venture TinySeed, she discusses ways she takes a supportive role as a spouse and sounding board to help handle things like […] The post Episode 205: The Cha…
 
Sherry talks with Robert Plotkin, founder of Technology for Mindfulness, about how technology and mindfulness relate to the lives of busy entrepreneurs. He discusses how his martial arts background taught him to “pause” and to use thought to help limit the distraction technology can pose in our daily lives. Want more content like this? Check […] Th…
 
In this episode Sherry talks about some strategies that help with negative emotional states. She discusses some easy and straight-forward tools that can help reset your body and mind. Some of the strategies mentioned include deep breathing exercises and the benefits of sensory walks. Want more content like this? Check out our strategies to accelera…
 
In part 2 of Sherry’s interview with Tucker Max, they talk about his career changes and the pursuit of finding the right kind of therapy. He talks specifically about his experience with MDMA psychotherapy and how it has helped him deal with his history of trauma. Want more content like this? Check out our strategies […] The post Episode 202: Succes…
 
In this two-part interview, Sherry talks with Tucker Max, the author of four books that hit #1 on the NY Times best seller list and the co-founder of Scribe. Phenomenal success, fame, partying, sex, and even a movie about his life didn’t yield the fulfillment that he sought. On his quest for satisfaction and health […] The post Episode 201: Success…
 
On this 200th episode of ZenFounder, Sherry reflects back on her favorite episodes. She talks about how one of her MicroConf talks sparked the idea for the podcast, her mission to normalize the discussion of mental health among the founder community, and what the future holds for ZenFounder. Want more content like this? Check out […] The post Episo…
 
Sherry talks with David Henzel of Taskdrive about the competing forces of love and fear. Both of these forces can affect how you run your businesses as well as your personal lives. Sherry and David also touch on strategies for planning out family life and business throughout the course of the new year. Want more content […] The post Episode 199: Lo…
 
In this episode Sherry talks with Jason Glaspey of Mostly Proud Parents about holiday traditions and the unrealistic expectations they can put on parents. As the holidays are a time for family gatherings and giving thanks, it can also be a time for heightened levels of stress. Sherry and Jason share some stories about family […] The post Episode 19…
 
Sherry talks with Mike Jackness of EcomCrew about the different stages of business/life that he has experienced over the past 15 years. Their conversation covers burnout, the gifts and challenges of working with his wife in the business, and how his personal proprieties have evolved over the years. Date Night Boot Camp Want more content like […] Th…
 
The holiday season is a time for the gathering of friends/family, but it can also be a time for increased stress and conflict. In this episode Sherry and Rob give a full audio preview of Date #3 of their six part Date Night Bootcamp Video Series. In this preview they talk about how to deal […] The post Episode 196: Fighting Fair with the One You Lo…
 
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