In this episode, we speak to Cathy Hurst about leveling up the conversations with your kids about their emotions, teaching them resiliency and the work that the Hayden Hearst Family Foundation is doing to help.
In this episode, we talk to Dave Armstrong (Sensei Dave) about how to set and actually achieve your big goals. We also talk about self efficacy, showing up for yourself and impacting the lives of others.
In this episode, we talk to Jenna Kutcher about identity foreclosure, changing our minds and how boundaries and burnout are linked.
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Nolan Williams about repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS) for depression and finding treatment options for people who want or need to be treated quickly.
In this episode we talk to Megan Seamans about energy coaching, finding balance in life and human design.
In this episode, we talk to Whitney Goodman about what toxic positivity is, where it shows up and the importance of teaching people how to help us when we’re struggling.
In this episode, we talk to Duke Rumely about his non-profit organization Sober AF Entertainment, creating sober support and why being sober doesn’t mean you have to feel like the weirdo in a social group setting.
In this episode, hosts Allison Walsh and Dr. Angela Phillips round out our series on burnout by talking about leading through COVID-19, their personal experiences with feelings of burnout and how Nobu can help.
In this episode, we talk to Dr. Laura Berenstain about our reservoirs of resiliency, toxic altruism in the health care community, and why scrolling social media is not the same thing as connection.