Road to Somewhere

Road to Somewhere

For anyone grappling with life changes, co-hosts Lisa Oz & Jill Herzig, explore how to get fearless about transformation & actually enjoy the ride.... Show More

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May 26, 2020 35 min

Everything has shifted--the economy, our culture, the way we spend our time and move through our day-to-day lives. Today we’re talking with bestselling author Daniel Pink (When, Drive) about how to maintain a modicum of control during such systemic upheavals. @DanielPink

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May 19, 2020 38 min

If there is an upside to be found through the devastation of a global pandemic, it has to be the opportunity to reassess everything and pare down to the barest necessities. Without our typical distractions, it becomes easy to measure the presence of love in your life, or lack thereof. And isn’t love the one thing we’re reaching for more than anything in these uncertain times? What’s getting in the way of the relationships we need t...

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May 12, 2020 39 min

World-renowned pioneer in integrative medicine and personal transformation, Deepak Chopra, challenges us to “move our consciousness into activity” on this Road to Somewhere. But what does that even mean? As we talk with him about his 90th bestseller, Metahuman, he guides us to an elevated level of self-awareness, non-doing, and less entangled in habit. Transcending our existence is the goal in this episode. @deepakchopra Join h...

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May 5, 2020 39 min

We know the trimesters of pregnancy, and that mushy period of transitioning into life with a newborn. But best-selling author Lauren Brody says we’re not paying enough attention to the struggles of The Fifth Trimester, when the working mom is born. In this episode, we chat about what this new identity meant for each of us as Lauren shares the best advice she collected from more than 700 moms about how to find your way to thriving a...

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April 28, 2020 39 min

Can you separate who you are from what you do? That’s the question that motivated Emmy Award-winning journalist Paula Faris to off-ramp from two dream broadcast jobs in a quest for her truest self. Paula joins us in a conversation about her new book, Called Out, and how honoring her faith calling created the path to get her there. @PaulaFaris #JourneysofFaith

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April 21, 2020 37 min

Best-selling author Romi Neustadt insists You Can Have it All...Just Not at the Same Damn Time. She says the key is ensuring that our goals are

serving our priorities, and never the other way around. Real success comes with letting our authentic selves lead the way, according to this entrepreneur

on a mission to help other women stop confusing having it all with doing it all. @RomiNeustadt.

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April 14, 2020 36 min

If living in resistance to growth is your version of a comfort zone, personal development coach Mike Bayer, author of Best Self, says that's really your

"anti-self" holding you back. In this episode, he leads us through his five tenets for change and how to become our own interventionists. Learn more @CoachMikeBayer.

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April 7, 2020 39 min

We’re developing a mantra on the Road to Somewhere: If adventure chooses you, don’t reject it. Relish opportunities to explore new things, grow through new challenges, and lose yourself in new spaces... while not giving a damn about mastering any of it. In this episode, author Karen Rinaldi says we should embrace the freedom within an imperfect journey and the joys of #suckingmomentum we gain along the way. We learn how she figured...

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March 31, 2020 34 min

What do I really need right now? We’re all asking that of ourselves in these chaotic times. If there is an upside to a confusing state of emergency, perhaps it springs from identifying what’s most important for our health and contentment. As we roll back to survival basics, protecting our most treasured and the connections that sustain us, our friend Peter Walsh, says this about all the rest of it: Let It Go. In the story of how th...

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March 24, 2020 33 min

“Sometimes, I think I’m falling apart,” Ada Calhoun confesses in the opening line of an essay she wrote for Oprah.com in 2017. She struck a nerve with her Gen X peers who were ready to admit they could relate—struggling with careers, money, relationships, parenting, aging bodies, and more. Less than three years later, the award-winning journalist has expanded the piece into Why We Can’t Sleep: Women’s New Midlife Crisis. In this ep...

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March 17, 2020 42 min

We are immersed in noise created by the busy-ness of our everyday lives. But how much of it is unnecessary? Bestselling author Ryan Holiday joins us in a conversation about his latest book, Stillness is the Key, stoicism and other ancient philosophies that challenge our infatuation with superficial symbols of status, and the stories we tell ourselves about our worth. On this stop on the Road to Somewhere, we’re reminded that strivi...

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March 10, 2020 38 min

In times of transition, we often look to our partners to help us navigate the unexpected or the unfamiliar. But as life shifts, and we try to grow through the changes, we may sometimes ask our partners to fulfill us in ways that are not fair. Monica Berg, self-proclaimed “Change Junkie,” and author of Rethink Love, channels years of Kabbalistic study and lessons from her own life experiences, into advice on how to ensure our relati...

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March 4, 2020 37 min

Comedian Pete Holmes, author of Comedy Sex God and host of the podcast You Made It Weird, says his life was “hit with a sledgehammer” in his twenties. Why is he grateful? Because without that upheaval, he would never have experienced spiritual expansion. In this conversation, we learn from his (often hilarious) journey, which included a bender, a threesome, and plenty of psychedelics.

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February 26, 2020 42 min

Martha Beck is the woman Oprah turns to for coaching, so when she talks, everyone listens. Our conversation focuses on a big idea that has reshaped how she thinks and lives: the integrity cleanse. Find out what that is, and how it can put you in touch with an inner compass you never knew you had.

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February 19, 2020 36 min

The “attention economy” has set off a fierce battle for our focus, leaving us distracted and anxious. We learn how to find respite and take back our attention in this conversation with Rob Walker. He's a journalist, educator and author of the new book, The Art of Noticing. Listen in to resist the tyranny of the “trending topic” and rediscover creativity, productivity, and real presence.

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February 12, 2020 38 min

Lori Gottlieb is a practicing psychotherapist and a celebrated author. In her new book, Maybe You Should Talk to Someone, she shares stories of transformation through therapy, including her own. We discussed blind spots—patterns in our lives that are invisible to us, but keep us stuck in unhappiness. That’s where a therapist, or someone with perspective and “wise compassion,” can help. 

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February 5, 2020 42 min

Our new friend Daniel Scheffler, host of the Everywhere podcast, shares how traveling taught him that it’s never really about the places you go - what matters most is cultivating diverse human connections through adventures around the world.

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January 29, 2020 37 min

Health psychologist Kelly McGonigal discusses her new book, The Joy of Movement. And she reminds us that we don't have to be good at it, we just have to experience it as a form of expression to reap the benefits.

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January 27, 2020 53 sec

People say change is hard, but is it possible to make it actually feel good? What’s the first move to make when you don’t know where the hell you’re headed from here? How do you switch directions without winding up totally lost? Co-hosts Lisa Oz and Jill Herzig dig into all of this in their new podcast, Road to Somewhere.

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August 27, 2019 35 min

Transformational specialist Koya Webb says we need to release our limiting beliefs in her new book Let Your Fears Make You Fierce.

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