Sarah’s inspiring story reveals that creating your own ‘luck’ is the key to working with the best and setting boundaries is the key to having a life outside of work.
We can do our jobs and we can live our lives and the more fully we are able to live our lives and the more humanely we treat ourselves and the people around us the better we can do our jobs.
Taylor’s views on representation and his advocacies will ask you to consider that in some contexts, everyone has a disability and a disability can also be a superpower.
Through Dan’s incredible experience, he learned the power that telling your story has when it comes to self-discovery and identifying your deeper calling
Throughout our conversation, William shares his first hand experiences on some of the principles I teach in the Optimizer Coaching and Mentorship program like shifting your mindset to work in your favor, staying authentic to your values, facing your fears head on.
Today Philippe shares with us the story of his own drastic and unexpected career shift, which came as a result of reaching burnout, unfulfillment, and illness despite having “reached the pinnacle of success.”
Chris Salters is a freelance editor, as well as a long time member of the Optimize Yourself Coaching program. Today we talk about how Chris reached out to me after “dropping the ball” & being fired.
Kristina and I covered many topics, including surrounding yourself with the right people and trusting your deeper intuition, even if you feel uncertain about where you’re ultimately headed.
My conversation with Niceole is as non-traditional as her pathway to Hollywood, but I have no doubt you’ll receive even more advice on breaking into the industry (or further climbing your current ladder) because of it.
The advice Lesley has to share with you about how to push through any obstacle between you and your own finish line is as inspiring as her own incredible story, and I can’t wait for you to listen.
After making several immediate changes to his lifestyle, Marc is here to share those with you so that you can set yourself for a healthy future.
Being that both Jen and myself are creatives with ADD, our conversation covers a massive range of topics including: following your passion (or not), how to fail forwards, why you should never “fake it til you make it”, and what specific quality will set you (and your career) up for success.
In this episode, Optimize Yourself Podcast Producer, Debby Germino, puts me on the hot seat by digging deep into my story of creating the podcast, the coaching & mentorship program, and all of the personal and professional struggles I’ve experienced along the way.
Ralph and I dive deep into his life, his successes, and his failures along the way far beyond just his role as Daniel LaRusso in The Karate Kid and Cobra Kai.
I have no doubt that Eddy’s immense amount of positivity and as he calls it, “irrational optimism” will motivate you to take the first small steps towards something much bigger in your life.