What is the source of value and production: brain, brawn, or both? How does Disney/Pixar’s ‘Ratatouille’ dramatize the answer? What does intellectual independence look like? What is Anton Ego’s motivation in being a food critic?
It’s not about effort. It’s about mindset. We’re already working hard. Our ideas make sense, else we wouldn’t be doing them. What most of us need—and are missing—is a breakthrough in our thinking. Yet that breakthrough at first won’t make sense…
Want to know more? Listen to mindset coach Jarrod Haning, as he and Matthew discuss the following and much more in this interview full of powerful ideas leading toward that breakthrough shift:
-life coach vs. performance coach -attitude vs. mindset -music and your brain -why to-do lists slow you down (“You are the assistant.”) -How is stage fright related to business success? -personality tests vs. the MindScan (and how the former are dangerous) -how to uncover thinking blindspots -Operating in your “clumsy” vs. your “genius” -how to arrange your day around your “zone of genius” -mindset “pushups” -Thinking Patterns of Success -Jarrod’s unusual personal accomplishments
Does good etiquette lead to self-esteem? Or is etiquette just a social convention imposed upon us and a show put on for others?
Learn the “meaning behind the manners,” as Nita Patel distinguishes traditional and modern etiquette, defining the latter as “where outer actions and your inner awareness come together to achieve your best self.”
Be a better version of yourself every day. This is the essential message strength & conditioning coach Jim Goetz brings to Mr. Bright Side in this wide-ranging and highly-informative interview, as he shares his experience in pro sports and beyond.
Get educated and inspired on nutrition, health, and life. Get hopeful and excited about deliciously sweet but healthy food products created by self-educated food scientist and serial entrepreneur Thom King. This guy is really impressive.
Everyone deserves quality education and the chance to unlock their potential. Scott Lee is on a mission to develop “the Netflix of education” so every student may have access to opportunities to find that one mentor who can make a difference in their lives.
How can you start to love the home you live in? Why is furniture so expensive? How important is color in a room, and how do I discover what colors I like–and where I like them? How about windows, lighting, plants, art? Phew, that’s a lot.
Design is expensive and time consuming, yet our homes exert an influence on us every moment of every day. To do design well, however, if you don’t hire somebody, it takes a lot of strategy.
Why do parents dread the “teen” years? And should they?
Dr. Cam says that if you expect the worst, you get the worst. But instead, if you understand why your teens act the way they do and expect good things, adolescence can actually be an ENJOYABLE experience.
Ending overeating is a lot simpler than it’s made out to be. This is the hopeful and confident message Dr. Glenn Livingston brings to listeners in this interview filled with helpfully illustrative analogies and colorfully-related personal stories.