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#12 - don Miguel Ruiz Jr: An Ancient Philosophy for Modern Times
In this episode of the It’s Not What It Seems podcast, I have a spiritual conversation with don Miguel Ruiz Jr. Miguel Jr is a teacher and author of the book don Miguel Ruiz’s Little Book of Wisdom: The Essential Teachings. Maybe the name sounds familiar. He is the son of don Miguel Ruiz, author of the iconic book, The Four Agreements, which has inspired and impacted millions of people around the world. At the age of 14, don Miguel Ruiz Jr. apprenticed to his father don Miguel Sr. and his...
#11 - Annie Duke: On Making Decisions Under Pressure & Battling Stereotypes
In this episode of the It’s Not What It Seems podcast, I have a wide-ranging conversation with my first repeat guest, Annie Duke. Annie and I had so much fun during our first conversation (Episode #4) we decided to do it all over again. Annie is a retired poker professional, bestselling author, corporate speaker, and decision strategist. As a former professional poker player, she won more than $4 million in tournament poker. She has won a World Series of Poker bracelet, the World Series of...
#10 - Greg Mckeown: How to Discover Who You're Meant to Be
In today’s episode of the It’s Not What It Seems podcast, I have an essential conversation with Greg Mckeown. Greg is the author of the New York Times Bestseller, Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less. He also collaborated on the writing and research of the Wall Street Journal bestseller Multipliers: How the Best Leaders Make Everyone Smarter. He has taught at companies that include Apple, Google, Facebook, Salesforce.com, Symantec, Twitter, and VMware. He was recently named a Young...
#9 - 12 Breadcrumbs That Might Help You Find Your Way
In this episode of the It’s Not What It Seems podcast, I’ll talk about 12 things I do every single day that help me embrace my imperfections. The world wants us to blend in rather than stand out. The world is begging us to be relevant rather than remembered. This overwhelming pressure rests on the idea of perfection. From what I’ve seen though, the most successful and creative people in the world are remembered not because they achieved perfection, but instead because they’ve learned to...
#8 - Ryan Serhant: Sales Secrets of a Real Estate Mogul
In this episode of the It’s Not What It Seems podcast, I have an entertaining conversation with Ryan Serhant. Ryan is the star of two hit Bravo TV shows: the two-time emmy nominated “Million Dollar Listing New York” and most recently he’s starring in and producing “Sell It Like Serhant.” He just launched his first ever book of the same title, Sell It Like Serhant: How to Sell More, Earn More, and Become the Ultimate Sales Machine. Oh, and he happens to be one of the most successful real...
#7 - Herb Cohen: The World's Best Negotiator
In this episode of the It’s Not What It Seems podcast, I have a great conversation with Herb Cohen. Herb has spent a lifetime specializing in crisis management and corporate strategy. He’s negotiated everything from mergers and acquisitions to hostage and terrorist situations. He’s been an advisor to US presidents Jimmy Carter, Ronald Reagan, George H. Bush, and Bill Clinton. His expertise assisted in resolving Iranian hostage crisis during the late 1970’s, which safely brought home 52...
#6 - Mark Goulston: Dealing with the Impossible People in Your Life
In this episode of the It's Not What It Seems podcast, I have a compassionate conversation with Mark Goulston, MD. Mark is a psychiatrist, consultant, and the author of the international bestsellers Just Listen: Discover the Secret to Getting Through to Absolutely Anyone and Talking to Crazy: How to Deal with the Irrational and Impossible People in Your Life as well as five other books. He is a former UCLA professor of psychiatry and FBI hostage negotiation trainer and currently works as an...
#5 - The Most Important Question You're NOT Asking
In this episode of the It’s Not What It Seems podcast, I’ll talk about one crucial question business owners and professionals must consistently be asking themselves. Unfortunately, many rarely ever do. Not even once. Nevermind repeatedly. The “Information Age” has changed the way consumers interact with the businesses. Many companies and individuals are still stuck in stagnation with products and services that customers don’t even want. Naturally, this begs us to answer one key question and...
#4 - Annie Duke: Life Lessons, Poker Stories, & Decision Strategies
In this episode of the It’s Not What It Seems podcast, I have a fun conversation with Annie Duke. Annie is a retired poker professional, bestselling author, corporate speaker, and decision strategist. As a former professional poker player, she won more than $4 million in tournament poker. She has won a World Series of Poker bracelet, the World Series of Poker Tournament of Champions, and the NBC National Poker Heads-Up Championship. She’s written five books, four on poker and strategy, and...
#3 - Loretta Breuning: Rewiring Your Brain for Happiness
Today I have a joyful conversation with Loretta Graziano Breuning, PhD. Loretta is founder of the Inner Mammal Institute, professor Emerita of Management at California State University, East Bay, and host of The Happy Brain Podcast. She’s authored several books including of Habits of a Happy Brain: Retrain Your Brain to Boost Your Serotonin, Dopamine, Oxytocin, and Endorphin Levels, The Science of Positivity: Stop Negative Thought Patterns By Changing Your Brain Chemistry, and I, Mammal: How...
#2 - Steve Sims: The Modern Day Wizard of Oz
This week I have an energetic and down-to-earth conversation with Steve Sims. Steve is the founder of Bluefish, one of the top personal concierge services, and an expert marketer within the luxury industry. Some of Steve’s client requests include singing with a favorite rock star, being serenaded by Andrea Bocelli, walking the red carpet at A List Oscar parties, getting married in the Vatican, diving to the wreck of the Titanic, and becoming James Bond for a weekend. Forbes and Entrepreneur...
#1 - The Outcome Fallacy
You can follow along with this audio article here on #DVblog: http://bit.ly/TheOutcomeFallacy In this episode of It's Not What It Seems with Doug Vigliotti, you'll hear about The Outcome Fallacy—a societal belief that outcomes are more important than processes. Chances are, when we think about what will make us most happy, we think first of winning, promotions, or a big million dollar check. But when we think about what it is that helps us make better decisions, appreciate our lives more,...
Trailer: What is It's Not What It Seems?
Introducing the new podcast from bestselling author and sales strategist Doug Vigliotti. It will inspire you to be more open-minded. In this show, you'll hear discussions with creatives, professionals, and entrepreneurs about their work, ideas, and processes. You'll also get monthly audio-articles to maybe, possibly, hopefully, help you think differently. Think audiobook, but significantly shorter. And anything else that could help you be more open-minded. If you have any questions about...