Our guest this week is Jordan Dooley. She’s the author of Own Your Everyday, which has a been named a "Best Book to Read to be a Better Person in 2019" by Inc Magazine. This book has been called the girlfriend’s guide to a Purpose Driven Life.
Our guest this week is Gary John Bishop author of the new book Stop Doing That S**tas well as New York Times Best Seller Unf*** Yourself. We talk about why so many of us are stuck in the same patterns, how to break out of them and reach your full potential. Gary is a no-nonsense motivator. He cuts to the core of what is holding you back and how confidence and positive thinking are not enough
Our guest this week is Dr. Dominic D’Agostino Ph.D. He’s a professor at the University of South Florida where he teaches at the Morsani College of Medicine and the Department of Molecular Pharmacology and Physiology. If you want details on the Ketogenic Diet, THIS IS THE PERSON!
Our guest this week is Dr. Randy Ross, author of the new book, Relationomics. He is a corporate coach who specializes in creating healthy cultures at businesses from the top down. We discuss the importance of having a solid relationship plan for managing not only your business but also your personal life.
Our guest this week is Dr. Mary Newport. She’s a neonatologist and author who has written several books on the Ketogenic diet including her latest, The Complete Book of Ketones.
Our guests this week are Jeremy and Audrey Roloff, both famous for appearing on the hit reality show Little People, Big World. they have a new book out called A Love Letter Life. It’s about creating a love life that is "intentional, creative, and faithful” and how the idea of handwritten letters parallels that goal. We talked about their book, their courtship and the state of marriage in general. But most significantly, we talke... Read more
Our guest this week is Emily P. Freeman, author of the new book The Next Right Thing: A simple, Soulful Practice For Making Life Decisions. We discuss the mental baggage that comes from having an unmade decision, and how to calm our minds to make major decisions and the average 35000 smaller decisions we make every day. This is an episode for any person who is contemplating a major life decision or anyone who struggles under the ... Read more
Our guest this week is Lauren Zander, co-founder of the Handel Group and author of Maybe It’s You: Cut the Crap. Face Your Fears. Love Your Life. She does "executive life coaching,” which is a way of fixing the individual to fix a corporate culture. We talk about the importance of honesty, extreme, brutal honesty in every aspect of our life. It’s corporate coaching, but it’s focused on making people better.
Our guest this week is Rhett Power author of The Entrepreneur’s Book of Actions. We discuss the entrepreneurial spirit, how to approach your life with an entrepreneur’s focus and how to shape your life like it’s a business.
Our guest this week is Jenny Blake author of the book Pivot, which basically answers the question "What's next?" in an economy where the average job tenure is only four years. With fewer and fewer people staying in the same job for their whole career, and change being the rule rather than the exception. Jenny offers concrete advice for navigating and thriving in a career that is constantly in flux.
Our guest this week is Joshua Becker, author of the new book Minimalist Home. And we discuss this new wave of minimalism, how he got started in it, why it’s important for everyone to consider, and why we’re not only wasting money on buying unnecessary possessions but just by having them we add to our chronic and persistent stress.
Our guests this week are Drs John and Julie Gottman. We’ll be discussing their newest book Eight Dates. Which are eight topics of conversation that can help guide and recenter your relationship and get you both going on the path to relationship satisfaction and pointed in the same life direction. This is a must listen for anyone who is starting a relationship and wants to know if it has a future or someone who feels stuck in a rut. Read more
Our guest this week is Reshma Saujani, founder of Girls Who Code and author of Brave, Not Perfect. We discuss the intrinsic value of brave risk-taking over seeking perfection.
John Tesh and Gib Gerard interview Jim McCann founder of 1800Flowers. We discuss Valentine's Day and the changes in the flower business over the decades.
Cal Newport, author of Deep Work and Digital Minimalism, discusses the toxic effects our phones have on our brains with Gib Gerard.
Our guest this week is Shawn Achor author of the Happiness Advantageand Big Potential.We discuss the measurable definition of happiness, how happiness can affect every aspect of your life and specifically how habit patterns influence the potential of our genes and environment that were previously thought to be our upper limits.
Our guest this week is Patrick McKeown author of the Oxygen Advantage and Clinical Director and Director of Education and Training at the Buteyko Clinic International. And he says we’re breathing all wrong. We discuss the consequences of mouth breathing, everything from mental health to asthma, and a few easy steps you can take today to start fixing it. Plus, how to get all the athletic benefits of altitude training (like Olymp... Read more
An interview with Porter Braswell about the importance of diversity and equity in the workplace.
An interview with Dr. Dacher Keltner about his research in the psychology of happiness.
Happy New Year! In this episode, John and Gib reflect on the past year and give you the tips to make your New Year’s resolution stick. We also discuss our favorite things from this last year: Podcast Episodes: Gib: Interview with Charles Duhigg John: Interview with Ryan Holiday Movies: Gib and John agree: Green Book Books: Gib: The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg John: Perennial Seller by Ryan Hol... Read more