Ryan Lalonde and Steve go deep on many topics including leadership, personal development, growth, habits and routines, optimization, politics, sense-making, psychedelics, and more.
Dr. Lawrence Cheng talks about resiliency, stress management, sleep and rest optimization, the impact our technology is having on our cognitive health and performance, and the impact of a new phenomenon called “Noisy Brain”. Dr. Cheng is a Medical Advisor to Nature of Work.
Joel Solomon has been creating change all over North America for 40+ years. This conversation is an intimate look at how Joel sees his role as an intergenerational steward, what legacy means to him, spirituality, and how to discover your purpose in a complex world.
Steph Corker is the Founder of The Corker Co, a board member of One Girl Can, and a professional Ironman athlete who has completed over 25 Ironman races. She is infectiously positive, purpose-driven, energetic, and thoughtful.
Mike has weathered the storm as an entrepreneur through the Dot Com crash as well as the 2008 recession. Along the way, he’s learned a lot about how to create businesses focused on values and impact.
Kristi Nelson is the Executive Director of A Network for Grateful Living. Kristi has lived through an incredible amount of uncertainty so I thought she’d be a perfect person to have a conversation in the midst of the Corona Virus pandemic.
Rob Miller is co-Founder of Miller Titerle Law Co, as well as co-founder and investor in a number of companies. In this episode, we talk about the journey to finding mindfulness, creating a values-based business, developing self-awareness, making decisions based on values, a new way to measure success, and exploring what it means to live a good life.
Thara Vayali is a health coach and consultant focused on mind-body medicine, with extensive training in the areas of nutrition, environmental education, yoga, mindfulness, and naturopathic medicine. This episode is a must-listen if you’re looking to increase your performance and wellbeing, both at work and in life.
Zach is a father, husband, and Co-Founder of The Juice Truck. Zach has built an incredible business focused on health and wellbeing with one of his oldest friends. He’s an avid vegan, and cares deeply about promoting the vegan lifestyle, without alienating people. Zach has also done a lot of soul-searching and personal development that shines through in this thoughtful conversation.
Steve sits down with Zoë Pawlak. Zoë is a mother, wife, and an artist and industrial designer, who has built an impressive brand and career as a painter and home products designer. Zoe found out she was pregnant at 24, just after she completed her art degree. She went on to build a successful career while raising two kids. Through that journey, her deep faith and spirituality was an important touchstone that helped her weather the inevitable ups and downs as an artist and entrepreneur.
Ludo is a husband, father of two, and founder of The Ludo Group, where he’s a portfolio manager focused on sustainable and ethical investments. Ludo has done an incredible job of articulating his personal purpose statement and integrating it into every aspect of his life. In this conversation, Ludo talks about how his personal purpose statement has fueled his impressive work in the community, shaped the relationships he forms with his clients, and how it helps him show up as the best dad and husband possible.
Rick Ocean is a father, husband, and managing partner at Body Energy Club. Rick is a self-made entrepreneur who joined his partner in Body Energy Club over 15 years ago, after dropping out of college. In this introspective conversation, Rick and Steve talk entrepreneurship, purpose, personal growth, relationships in business, managing depression, the issues with social media, and lots more.
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