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June 15, 2022

#41 The Elegant Pivot Series: Master Your Stories

In my latest podcast episode, I again welcome daughter and colleague Jen Maneely. We are continuing our series on The Elegant Pivot. In this episode, we talked about the Chapter titled Master Your Stories. We had SO many stor...

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June 2, 2022

#40 Robyn Shiller: The Tiny Steps That Make Up Success

My guest for this episode is Robyn Schiller. It was two years ago that I reached out to her husband Warwick Schille r to be a guest on my podcast. He’s a very well-known horse trainer with an extensive video subscription libr...

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May 19, 2022

#39 Geoff Saab: Low Risk Rules

My guest for this episode is Geoff Saab, author of the newly published book Low Risk Rules, A Wealth Preservation Manifesto. If the word “manifesto” gets your attention, that’s exactly what Geoff was hoping for. He really doe...

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May 5, 2022

Ep. #38: Take Nothing Personally: The Elegant Pivot Series

In my latest podcast episode, I again welcome daughter and colleague Jen Maneely. We are continuing our series on The Elegant Pivot, this time to dive into the practice of taking nothing personally. When a mother and daughter...

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April 7, 2022

#37: Jennifer Maneely: Focus on What You Want: The Elegant Pivot Series

Don’t think about a big, purple elephant with white polka dots and a pink tail. How did you do? First you had to think about it to not think about it. That’s the point of the principle from chapter 9 in The Elegant Pivot: Foc...

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March 24, 2022

#36 Nahshon Cook on Harmony, Balance, the Power of Breath and Vulnerability

My guest for this week’s podcast is Nahshon Cook. We spoke last year in a very memorable conversation. Over the last twelve months, much has changed. He is now an author. His book is titled Being With Horses, and it was my mo...

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March 10, 2022

# 35 Jennifer Maneely: Discern Signal from Noise

Remember those old radios, where you turned the dial, navigating through the noise of static? Up and down the spectrum, turn the dial a little this way and then a little that way, until finally, we find music or a person talk...

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Feb. 25, 2022

#34 Kendall Lyman: Mining for Conflict

Conflict is necessary for true change. Wait – did I just say that? Does the idea of conflict make you cringe? Come be a fly on the wall in my conversation with Kendall Lyman of The Highlands Group. We started this conversatio...

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Feb. 11, 2022

#33 Your Brain on Jump Thinking

For this episode, we are doing something completely different. I am starting a series on my book, “The Elegant Pivot” with the help of Jennifer Maneely. Jen is a thought leader in the addiction community and specializes in he...

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Jan. 27, 2022

#32 Kira Higgs: Peace of Mind When You Have No Control

My guest for this episode is Kira Higgs, author, facilitator, strategist. If you have ever had something happen to you that made you feel out of control, you need to listen to this conversation. We started with a serious bicy...

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Aug. 12, 2021

#31 Diane Osgood: Finding Choice in what We Buy and How We Choose to Buy

Diane has practical ways to help us to help ourselves to help the Earth. Her real passion is finding choice in what we buy and how we choose to buy, so that we don’t destroy the planet we live on. Our conversation started wit...

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July 22, 2021

#30 Terri Tomoff: Capturing Hope and Inspiration Through Adversity

Sometimes, you read a book and the lessons stay with you long after you’ve finished the book. That’s what happened for me after I read Terri Tomoff’s book The Focused Fight-A Childhood Cancer Journey: From Mayhem to Miracles....

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July 8, 2021

#29: Peter Barr Living a Life of Adventure

Sometimes when I’m watching a movie based on real life disasters, like Titanic or The Perfect Storm, I find myself yelling at characters on the screen to STOP. Wait another day! You don’t want the story to end this way! Of co...

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June 25, 2021

#28 Tyler Boyd Betting on Yourself and Your Own Skills

Every year, the Masters Water Ski tournament is held in Callaway Gardens in Pine Mountain Georgia. It is THE most prestigious tournament in water skiing. This year, my friend Cyndi Benzel was chief judge and asked me to be th...

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June 9, 2021

#27 Vernon Roberts: Creating Authentic Communication in a Virtual Conversation

When the shutdowns started happening last year, we all had to take our “engagement game” up to another level. Suddenly, our meetings became virtual. Once we mastered the “unmute” and “turn on video” buttons, we had to also ma...

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May 27, 2021

#26: Michele Stowe: A Leadership Development Junkie talks about Developing Leadership Superpowers

Michele Stowe has a thing or two to say about leading change. She also has a thing or two to say about a lot of the most joyous – and least fun – parts of corporate life. From the title of the podcast, it’s probably no surpri...

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May 14, 2021

#25 Michael Cohen: Working in Balance with the Cycles of Life

Michael Cohen woke up to the possibilities of acupuncture when he was told he might not run again after a knee injury. His experience was so profound that he decided to dive deeply into acupuncture and Eastern medicine to lea...

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April 29, 2021

#24 Susan Robertson on Getting Over Mind Created Fear

For this episode, I’m speaking with Susan Robertson, founder and managing partner of Linceis Conscious Business. She is also the author of two books: REAL Leadership: Waken to Wisdom and her upcoming book, REAL Culture: The C...

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April 8, 2021

#23 Bill Goldsmith: No More Being a Victim by Assuming Positive Intent

It’s easy to confuse our circumstances with our interpretation of those circumstances. In this conversation, Bill Goldsmith shares his own journey from feeling like a victim to loving his life and ending his career “100 times...

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March 5, 2021

#22: Nick Miller. Stop Teaching and Start Telling Stories

If I had to name a theme for this conversation, it would be all about the quality of the question. Nick Miller is a phenomenal question asker – as you will hear in this conversation, where more than once, he turned the table ...

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Feb. 18, 2021

#21 Michèle Stanners on Building Bridges of Reconciliation

In this podcast, Michèle Stanners shares her journey toward reconciliation with the First Nations people of Canada, provides a masterclass in the art of deep listening and demonstrates the value of taking both and artistic an...

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Feb. 4, 2021

# 20: Nahshon Cook on Love, Forgiveness, Healing and Communication

“The more you eliminate the need for control, the more you are open to communication.” -Nahshon Cook If you have ever heard the phrase wise beyond his years, you are about to experience that. We barely talk about horses – alt...

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Jan. 20, 2021

#19: Ann Herrmann-Nehdi Can Help You Think Better

Ann Herrmann Nehdi started this podcast by saying “balance is a loaded word…and it’s almost impossible to attain…this exquisite balance.” Right out of the chute, we started this conversation by challenging assumptions and div...

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Jan. 7, 2021

#18: Dwayne Hildreth on Coming to Center

After a 30 year career at Nike, Dwayne Hildreth is exploring new territory with horses and music – and when he does something, he goes all out. He had visions of riding off into the sunset on his shiny new Palomino, only to d...

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