Learn how being present, insightful and empathetic helps you cultivate and integrate meaningful relationships. Dr. Dan Siegel calls it "mindsight". By paying attention, you can grow your brain and expand your heart. Learn to be a more compassionate Dad, or how to strengthen the bond with your own father, or anyone else.
Ruth King is an International Insight Meditation teacher and the author of a book called Mindful of Race, Transforming Racism From The Inside Out. She shares how we can use mindfulness tools to explore and shift our feelings and conditioning around race, and to create a culture where we can listen to and respect one another more effectively.
Dr. James Fallon is a wonderful neuroscientist, emeritus professor and... has the neurological and genetic correlates of a psychopath. Go inside his mind to learn how he discovered his true nature, the role of nature vs nurture, and how, with a daily practice, he too learned to be a “good guy".
John P. Sullivan is a Sport Scientist, Clinical Sport Psychologist and co-author of the book, The Brain Always Wins, Improving your Life Through Better Brain Management. John shares why the brain is so important to everything we do and how we can manage it to optimize our performance on and off the field.
Want to be free? The journey begins within. Diego Perez, AKA ‘Yung Pueblo’, talks about understanding your mind to set yourself free, find contentment, connection and maybe even save the world! Get inside the head of this incredible poet, meditator and speaker who inspires hundreds of thousands of people daily on Instagram.
Rick Hanson, psychologist and best selling author, shares wisdom from his new book Resilient: How to grow an unshakable core of calm, strength and happiness. He shares how to use positive neuroplasticity to develop the 12 most essential inner strengths or resources needed to cope with the challenges we all face at one time or another.
Kristen is the founder of Best Self Magazine and believes that it's always possible to rescript our lives to be our 'best selves,' and to live more authentically and with more joy. She shares her own 'reinvention' journey and why Best Self was born out of the vision to inspire, empower and connect us to one another.
Dr. Taitz is a psychologist and author, and has written several articles for the NY Times and Wall St. Journal, among others. In this interview, we talk about her NYT article on turning regrets into self improvement, how to get unstuck and we discussed her book, How to be Single and Happy, Science-Based Strategies for Keeping Your Sanity While Looking for a Soulmate
What is the secret to happiness? This is the question that launched tech mogul and neuroscientist, Jeffery Martin, into a decade-long research project, inspired a book and formed the basis of a course that teaches you how to transition into a state of fundamental wellbeing.
Erica Ariel Fox is the bestselling author of Winning from Within, a Breakthrough Method for Leading, Living and Lasting Change, President of Mobius Leadership and a frequent Harvard lecturer. She shares wisdom from her book, including her innovative framework for negotiating successfully with ourselves - especially when faced with big transitions and challenges at work and in your personal life.
Ego Hacking aims to “reset” a lifetime of mental baggage surrounding how we feel about ourselves, what are capable of, and who we are. Developed by Casey Fenton, founder of CouchSurfing, it’s a simple process that you can do alone or with loved ones to uncover the best version of you.
Michael J. Gelb is a creativity, innovation and leadership expert, best selling author and sought-after speaker. He shares the 7 most important relationship building skills needed for leaders, from his new book The Art of Connection. He reminds us why these skills make such a big (and positive!) difference in all of our interactions. Enjoy!
Marc Lesser blends the seemingly opposing worlds of zen buddhism and business leadership. He’s used the practices of zen and mindfulness to improve employee satisfaction, productivity and teamwork at companies like Google, LinkedIn, and Facebook.
Chrissy Carter, a leading teacher on Meditation Studio app, shares the often heartbreaking story of her six-year journey to motherhood, which ends with the joyful birth of her daughter, Chloé. Chrissy created the Fertility Collection, a set of 15 guided meditations, to support women on their own journey to motherhood, no matter what they may experience or where they are on their personal path. “My hope is that you find support in these meditations. Looking back, it's clear that my journey...
Hormones - male or female - effect so many aspects of your thinking, feeling and bodily function. Dr. Anna Cabeca shares how tiny amounts of hormones waxing and waning in the brain can have dramatic impacts on emotions and perception. Learn how diet behavior, diet& environment shift then, and what it can mean for you.
Emily Fletcher is the founder of the Ziva Technique, author of Stress Less, Accomplish More: Meditation for Extraordinary Performance and a teacher on Meditation Studio App. Her technique combines mindfulness, meditation and manifesting. This 2x/day practice is designed to help you reach your highest performance levels at work, at home or on the field.
Olav Krigolson is a neuroscientist looking at decision making and learning in the brain using electroencephalogram (EEG). He’s studied professional athletes and Mars astronauts, and trekked to Himalayan monasteries to see how the brains of master meditators differ from our own. We are joined for this fascinating conversation by Graeme Moffat, chief scientist for Muse.
Daphne Rose Kingma is the best selling author of 12 books on love and relationships. She answers some tough questions on why relationships can be so challenging and shares why (spoiler alert) expecting others to read our minds is a bad idea. She shares her juicy wisdom on navigating relationships, learning to love and on how be a better partner, plus more.
Sharon Salzberg is a leading meditation teacher and author of 10 books, including her latest book called Real Love, The Art of Mindful Connection. When we redefine our current notions of love, she explains, we can connect more deeply with ourselves, others and life itself. She explores how meditation helps to cultivate our capacity for real love.
Dr. Lisa Mosconi is a neuroscientist, Alzheimer’s researcher, nutritionist, and author of Brain Food: The Surprising Science of Eating for Cognitive Power. Listen are she shares the easy ways we can supercharge our brains through what we eat and drink.