Better Humans Podcast

Log your ideas, insights, and lessons today, and improve the quality of your future decisions

An open notebook with a pencil placed on a blank page.
An open notebook with a pencil placed on a blank page.
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“It’s not like I’m always ready with my notebook at hand when I’m talking to someone and obsessively taking notes. So I like to come to the end of the day and have a good structure that allows me to reflect and come up with the very best ideas that I had throughout the day.”


Better Humans Podcast

Define your most meaningful career goals, craft a realistic and actionable plan, and execute effectively

a green field with dirt path disappearing over the horizon
a green field with dirt path disappearing over the horizon
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“Fate is one of those words that people like to hide behind. I think that we are more creators of the things that happen around us than we think.”


Better Humans Podcast

Lean into your strengths and be the change you— and employees — want to see in the workplace

two men looking at a tablet together
two men looking at a tablet together
Image credit: fizkes


Better Humans Podcast

Steps to take before, during, and after an extreme emotion dysregulation event

Amid dark, cloudy weather, a person’s hand emerges from the water.
Amid dark, cloudy weather, a person’s hand emerges from the water.
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“I think people have a very natural inclination to say unhelpful things, but that’s only because they want the person to calm down. They want the person to relax. So then they fall into these bad habits of doing things to help them resolve their own anxiety, and not the person’s who is actually having a panic attack.”


Better Humans Podcast

Stories are powerful. Learn to tell yours with clarity and confidence.

“I think one of the things you have to remember as a public speaker is that your first job actually is entertainment. You’ve been hired to entertain people first and foremost — and then inform them, persuade them, (blah, blah, blah) afterward.”


Better Humans Podcast

Reaching a mutually beneficial solution is possible—even exciting

A judge’s gavel.
A judge’s gavel.
Photo by Tingey Injury Law Firm on Unsplash

“You retain control over the process. So, if you use a mediator for a legal dispute, you can either agree to the outcome or not. It’s you, you totally stay in control of the process. Whereas if you took a dispute to a court system, you’re at the mercy of the court.”

Meredith Rodriguez

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