NY Times Bestselling Author Jon Acuff talks about his book Finish, fighting perfectionism, and completing goals.
Dr. Samantha Brody talks about overcoming overwhelm, dismantling stress and achieving greater resilience.
Cait Flanders, author of the bestselling The Year of Less talks about how to opt-out of expectations and live a more intentional life.
David Smith and Brad Johnson share from their new book, Good Guys: How Men Can Be Better Allies for Women in the Workplace
David Shar talks about identifying the signs of burnout, ways to prevent it, and dealing with burnout when you have it.
Melissa Steginus talks about the importance of mindfulness and getting started daily mindfulness practices.
John Jantsch of Duct Tape Marketing talks about resilience, perseverance, and perspective.
Erik runs through his top suggestions for holiday gifts to give or ask for in 2020.
Greg Audino of Optimal Living Daily talks with Erik about the concept of control, ownership, agency, and mindset.
Firdaus Kharas talks about what creativity is and is not, how to tap into it, how to use it through focus and distraction, and how to lead a creative life.
Edward Hess talks about how humans can stay relevant In the workplace using hyper-learning to excel cognitively, behaviorally, and emotionally in ways that technology can't.
Bryan Falchuk walks us through the path to build better relationships using the 50 75 100 Solution.
Ashley Whillans talks about how we can reframe our decisions about time and money to make happier choices.
Erik counts down his top five personal productivity books and the reasons why each made the list.
Rob Hatch of Owner Media talks about focusing your attention on what is important and making the decisions aligned with your goals so you can take action.
Dave Delaney talks about taking two months off social media to gain perspective, be more present, learn how to focus, and have greater relationships.
Todd Henry of The Accidental Creative talks about his new book The Motivation Code and how to discover the hidden forces that will drive your best work.
Julie Morgenstern talks shares simple strategies to stay truly present and focused, whether you’re playing with your kids enjoying a meal with your significant other, or getting ahead on that big proposal for work.
Paul Casey talks about time management, making better use of our calendars, and blocking out time.
Andy Andrews talks about the power of thought, having the proper focus, changing perspective, and being truthful with yourself.
Andy Andrews talks about the power of perspective and the value of changing perspective.
Bruce Tulgan talks about how to beat overcommitment, understand Influence, and when to say no, and how to say yes.
Laura Vanderkam draws from her 18 years of experience working remotely to share strategies for productivity, creativity, and health in the world of remote work.
Cal Newport talks about digital minimalism and using digital technology to support your goals and values, rather than letting it use you.