My guest on the show today has an expression when it comes to having an impact on an audience: it's not about reaching eyeballs and ears, it's about hearts and minds. He definitely has a lot of experience in how you can be credible and relevant for the audience you want to reach. Jeffrey Hayzlett is a big personality who likes to live large, dating from his days as a celebrity judge on NBC’s Celebrity Apprentice. His scientific hypothesis on fighting off viruses is that bacon and scotch pretty much…

There’s been a lot of focus in the media about how the pandemic has strained relationships with people suddenly on lockdown together at home, but my guest on today’s episode, Chester Elton, brings a different perspective about how this is also a chance for us to be grateful for each other and to work on our relationships. Chester has been called the “apostle of appreciation” by Canada’s Globe and Mail. He is co-author of multiple award-winning New York Times & Wall Street Journal bestselling books, All In, The Carrot Principle,…

We all feel like we don’t fit in, until we realize, we were not meant to. My guest on today’s show, Steve Sims, is a creative disruptor who fashioned a unique career for himself. His secret is that you have to ask for what you dream of, not simply what you think you can get. This is coming from a guy who was a bricklayer with no high school degree who decided to make something of his life. His first step on that journey was surrounding himself with interesting people.…

At the age of 16, my guest today, Yuval Abramovitz found himself paralyzed, bound to a wheelchair. Ignoring his medical condition, every time he had an idea of something he wanted to accomplish, he wrote it down in an old notebook and focused on dreaming. The result of that list was a physical recovery and a chance to inspire an incredible number of people to speak out loud their dreams, write their dreams down, and achieve those dreams.  Yuval is a prolific author, reporter, and media personality. During this interview,…

The aftermath of a couple’s argument, the argument hangover, can linger in the air and eventually become the undoing of a relationship. My guests on today’s episode, Jocelyn and Aaron Freeman wrote the book (literally) on The Argument Hangover, and I’m very happy to have them here to share their wise relationship advice. The Freemans are known as the "couple that coaches couples," and have worked with celebrities, public figures, and thousands of couples around the world. Coming off of a year where many of us have spent some pretty…

“Stroke hacker” isn’t a profession any of us would seek out. Since being choked out in a jiu-jitsu training and consequently suffering a stroke from it, my guest on today’s program, Sean Entin, went on a long road to recovery that taught him a lot about how the body and the brain function. On his path to recovery, he was often told “can’t,” but his mantra was, “I can, I shall, I will.”  "I can, I shall, I will."Sean Entin In today’s episode, we talk about the emotional and spiritual…

Your brain has muscle memory—it will look for the most effective information it has when you are under threat. You wouldn’t necessarily think that on a relationship retreat for Tony Robbins Platinum Partners you’d be getting lifesaving self-defense training, but that’s where I learned Target Focus Training or TFT, back in 2012 from today’s guest, Tim Larkin. That training has stuck in my mind and is filed away, just in case, God forbid, I should ever be attacked.  "Without your brain and body correctly trained, you're not as effective as…

Dr. Toni Galardi, my guest on today’s episode, once called herself “the poster child for the change impaired” because she was a bit  “slow” when it came to preparing for change. This kind of warm and very human confession is what makes Dr. Galardi so relatable, and so compelling. She has parlayed two advanced degrees and a license into several areas of expertise, including speaker, author, clinical psychotherapist, astrologer, and career coach. But no matter what vocational hat she is wearing, what connects all the dots is her passion for…

The sense of smell is too often taken for granted, at least until this year, as one of the common symptoms of COVID-19 is a loss of smell. Did you know that scent, emotion, and memory are all intertwined in the chemistry of the brain? One sniff can get in and instantly whisk you back to an old memory deep in the recesses of your mind. My guest today, Tamar Weinberg, had a powerful personal discovery when she was struggling with crippling depression. What began as postpartum depression after giving…

The gift of gab is something today’s guest has been famous for since his days on the radio station The LOUP in Chicago starting in 1973. I’m especially excited to have one of my radio and podcast heroes, Garry Meier, with us here because, as a kid, I listened to the Steve & Garry show and just remember him making car rides something to look forward to when I was spending summers visiting relatives in Chicago. Talk show hosts and radio DJ’s have come and gone, but Garry’s authentic brand…

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