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Robert Thurman: Living Buddhist Ideals in a Western World.

Guest: Robert Thurman is one of the world’s foremost Buddhist scholars, a long-time friend of the Dalai Lama, the father of actress Uma Thurman, and a teacher of Tibetan Buddhism and related cultures. He is an eloquent advocate of the relevance of Eastern ideas to our daily lives. In doing so, he has become a leading […]

Why Stories Work Better Than Advice.

Ever have something really important to say to someone? Something you know will help? Some bit of wisdom or advice that can make a big difference. Could be at work, at home, in your personal life. So, what’s the best way to “get your point across?” How do you share your idea in a way […]

Susan David, Ph.D.: On Resilience and Emotional Agility

Guest: Susan David, Ph.D. is a Psychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School; resilience expert, co-founder and co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, CEO of Evidence Based Psychology, and author of Emotional Agility. Story: Growing up in South Africa, Susan lost her father at a young age. During this pivotal time, everyday heroes […]

How Do You Know When to Take a Leap of Faith?

A lot of the decisions we make are about tiny tweaks that, in some way, make things better. But, on occasion, life hands us a seeming opportunity to “do something BIG!” Something that holds the potential to profoundly change our lives, the lives of others and maybe even bring into existence a new paradigm, profession, […]

Erik Wahl: On Art, Money, Creativity and Power.

Guest: Erik Wahl is a tech-executive turned renowned artist, speaker, author and entrepreneur. He is internationally recognized as a thought-provoking graffiti artist and one of the most sought-after presenters on the corporate keynote circuit, where he travels the world opening people’s minds with a blend of cinematic stage theatrics, high-speed live-painting and deep wisdom. His latest […]

When to Grow and When to Say No.

What if you said no to every new idea and opportunity, until whatever you’re currently working on is operating at a level of stun? We have so many opportunities come at us all day long. Ideas, projects, products, partnerships and paths that could lead to new experiences, ventures and impact. And fun! It’s easy to […]

Latham Thomas: On Birth, Surrender, Wisdom and Ease.

Guest: Latham Thomas is a wellness & birth coach/doula and founder of maternity brand, Mama Glow, as well as the author of Mama Glow: A Hip Guide to Your Fabulous Abundant Pregnancy. She’s on a mission to transform maternal wellness. Latham’s practice provides support to pre/postnatal women along their journey to motherhood offering culinary and nutritional services, yoga, and […]

Happiness and Money: What the Research REALLY Shows.

So, happiness. It’s what so many of us yearn for. We think it’s the center of a good life. And, even though, we’re often told otherwise, we believe it can be bought, a least a certain amount of it, with enough money. So, what is the truth? What does the research show? Can money buy […]

Max Levi Frieder: Art as an Act of Collective Elevation.

Guest: Max Levi Frieder is the Co-founder and Co-executive director of the international community-based public art organization Artolution. His projects have taken him from Israel and Palestine to the Jordanian-Syrian border, Turkey, India, New Zealand, Australia, Costa Rica, Colombia, Cuba, Peru, Mexico, Canada and throughout the United States. Story: Max has traveled the world facilitating public, collaborative […]

On Darkness: We Need to Talk.

Chris Cornell’s soaring vocals served as the soundtrack to a moment in my life. The whole Seattle grunge scene came alive at a time when I yearned for a sound that felt more raw and real. Fronting the bands Soundgarden, Audioslave and Temple of the Dog, Cornell’s voice connected on the most visceral level. So, […]

Sheryl O’Loughlin: On Building a Mission-Driven Life

Guest: Sheryl O’Loughlin, the former CEO of Clif Bar, Co-founder of Plum Organics and author of Killing It: An Entrepreneur’s Guide to Keeping Your Head Without Losing Your Heart. Sheryl is currently CEO of REBBL super-herb beverages. Story: A rising star in the marketing world, Sheryl left a career in a mega-corp to join them fledgling CLIF […]

What Would I Tell My 20-something Self?

Short answer: chill out. Slightly longer answer: Change the way you measure success, and run experiments. For the next handful of years or, who knows, maybe even the next decade, use a different metric. Instead of money, power, prestige, rank, relative wealth or any of those things, elevate self-discovery as your primary measure of success. […]

Andrew Forsthoefel: Walking to Listen, a 4,000 Mile Odyssey.

Guest: Andrew Forsthoefel is a writer, radio producer, public speaker, and author of Walking to Listen: 4,000 Miles Across America, One Story at a Time Story: At 23, Andrew walked out the back door of his home in Pennsylvania, with a backpack and a sign that read “Walking to Listen.” Some 4,000 miles and countless conversations later, […]

Accelerated Learning: Get Good at Anything in 20 Hours

What if you could get really good at almost anything in only 20 hours? Sounds like an impossible promise, but it’s not. Accelerated learning hacker and author of The First 20 Hours: How to Learn Anything… Fast!, Josh Kaufman, says anyone can do it. In today’s special expanded Riff, Josh busts myths about what it takes […]

Jen Sincero: You are a Badass (at life and money)

Guest: Jen Sincero, #1 NY Times bestselling author of You are a Badass and You are a Badass at Making Money. Story: From playing in a band and living in a garage in Venice Beach, CA to building a career as an internationally-acclaimed and massively successful writer on her own terms. Big idea(s): Stepping into your true identity […]



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Before You Lead, Follow.

What if being a follower and not a leader was the perfect place for you to be? We’ve heard so much about how we all need to lead, to found, to build, to create. From relationships to careers to business to health to life. Being a follower is, in some way, considered being “less than.” […]

Adam Alter: Tech Addiction or Healthy Obsession?

How do you know if you’re addicted to your phone? Or maybe your favorite game, app, text, snapchat, Instagram, Facebook or online shopping? Is it even possible to be truly addicted to these things? You know, like on the level of drugs? Or are we all just being a bit too alarmist? Where is the […]

Summer of Love 2017: Remixed

Fifty years ago, in 1967, some 100,000 hippies came together in Haight-Ashbury for the famed Summer of Love. They gathered to celebrate an ethos of love, generosity the pursuit of meaning and expanded consciousness. While psychedelics were a not infrequent part of the culture, the bigger pursuit took the form of a counterculture revolution. It […]

Dr. Terry Wahls: When Hope Returns

The earliest signs of Terry Wahls’ condition began to surface in med-school. An electric shock of unknown original seemed to randomly radiate across her face. But it would be many more years, deep into her practice as a physician, before additional symptoms would lead to a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis. Within three years, she found herself largely confined […]

Finding Home

Today, we’re answering a powerful questions from a listener who writes: “…how do you find a sense of place and home, when we live in an increasingly mobile world? This is a topic often discussed among people in the development community who move often. We all struggle with our sense of “home” and what that […]

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