Joshua Spodek, bestselling author of Leadership Step by Step, is an Adjunct Professor at NYU, leadership coach and workshop leader for Columbia Business School, columnist for Inc., and founder of SpodekAcademy.com. Josh also has a background as an astrophysicist. The interview was done with Josh in a garden, so you’ll hear lovely bird sounds throughout.
We’ve been talking a lot lately about empathy and how the emotional dimension of who we are is being discussed by a lot of business coaches and consultants. In this episode, I talk about how you can develop the empathy that is necessary for success and to be a good leader.
John Murphy is a results-oriented business coach and mentor to senior executives and CEOs. He’s a great communicator with broad experience and is skilled at discussing issues that make businesses and individuals grow and thrive. John lives and works in the south of France, originally from Ireland.
Before starting his own business John enjoyed a highly successful career in the corporate world. He began as a door-to-door life assurance salesman and culminated as the CEO of a Pan European Life Assurance Company in Ireland. John started his business, John Murphy International, in 2004 and has worked worldwide across a broad range of industries. His clients include Pfizer, State Street Bank, Vodafone and Johnson & Johnson.
When doing the show notes for the episode that played last Friday, and hearing what Aleya Dao believed about the “river of Light,” I started thinking about how something that is true for one person is not necessarily true for another. The question that comes up for me is, is what we perceive as real just a perception? What’s really real?
Aleya Dao has been an alternative health care practitioner for over 20 years. She’s a sound healer, energy practitioner, a Licensed Acupuncturist in Colorado and and Doctor of Oriental Medicine in New Mexico with a masters degree from The Southwest Acupuncture School in Santa Fe. Aleyos helps people find calm, clarity, and confidence by tapping into their higher self. She has a new book that was just released called Seven Cups of Consciousness.
A few things happened recently that brought my attention to the value of living in the now. When you train your brain to override your amygdala, whose job it is to warn you of danger, you can greatly increase your intuition and creativity. In this episode, I share some simple techniques for training yourself to focus on the moment.
Recently, I visited a site that was promoting a webinar, and the site copy said, “Together we’ll show you EXACTLY how to have a full-on enlightened experience, even if you’ve never meditated a day in your life!”
The fact is, if you’re in a hurry to get enlightened, that’s not enlightenment. In this episode, I examine what the words enlightenment and spirituality mean.
Simone Wright is an internationally respected intuitive consultant, entrepreneur and award‐winning artist. She is also an author and speaker who is quickly gaining a reputation as the ‘Evolutionary Mind Coach for Elite Performers and Visionary Leaders.’
Simone has successfully used her dynamic intuitive skills to assist in police investigations, missing children’s cases and corporate business strategies. Her client list includes the top achievers and emerging talents in specialties from law enforcement, entertainment, CEO’s and entrepreneurs; who all benefit from her unique perspective to assist them in hearing their own intuitive intelligence and recognizing their highest potential.
Simone has written articles for several magazines, appeared on radio and television around the world, presented keynote speeches at numerous conferences and been featured on The Oprah Winfrey Show. Her website is: www.simonewright.com
Camille Adair has developed a unique approach to coaching and consulting, informed by her experience working with people related to life and death as a hospice nurse, educator and health care leader. Over the years she has developed a practice that allows her to serve as a guide, facilitator and mentor in accessing one’s inner wisdom and healing and in leading groups toward organizational health.
Certified in emotional intelligence and family constellation work, with formal training in mindfulness practice, Camille has synthesized these modalities into a blended approach providing a resource-rich, individualized framework for her clients.