I believe Narcissism is the root of most evil in our world. Thankfully there are ways to identify, manage, navigate, and eradicate it. Thank you to Patrick McGinnis, one of my favorite FOMO Sapiens for letting me share FOMO Therapy on what has become one of my favorite topics–educating people, businesses, and institutions, with the purpose of overcoming […]
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Valeria Koopman started a blog because she couldn’t find friends who wanted to have the meaningful conversations she was craving. An author, podcaster, speaker, and coach herself, she has created a community of change-makers through her Fit for Joy and Quest for Wellbeing podcasts. Valeria wove us seamlessly through conversations spanning how to leverage your heart/essential goodness to optimize concrete results in business and life; how to break free, find your purpose, and become who you really are; how to bear pain gracefully and let go of suffering; and how death can allow us to live better.
I loved talking with Sara Vicente, a colleague from Harvard Business School. What a woman. MD at Morgan Stanley, CEO of a beautiful charity, Mum of two, and side hustle as Make Space for Growth writer/podcaster to bring reflection, growth, and hope to the world. Sara and I discuss how COVID demands that we let go of control–there is no other choice if you want to thrive–and the best ways to embrace surrender. From one recovered perfectionist to a recovering perfectionist…
What does Yael Melamed, Leadership Coach and Psychotherapist, have in common with an elite basketball coach who has worked with superstar athletes including Kevin Durant, LeBron James, Steph Curry, and Kobe Bryant? It turns out A LOT!
Yael Melamed, leadership coach and psychotherapist, sits down with Patrick McGinnis (the guy who coined the term FOMO!) to explore the potent opportunity the COVID-19 crisis has brought— to grow, find purpose, and cultivate calm. Melamed believes that while change feels uncomfortable and inevitable, it remains our choice whether we evolve proactively, or wait for life to kick us in the shins to catalyze growth.
Dr. Darria and Yael Melamed sit down to discuss how to cultivate resilience, reduce suffering and find your purpose during COVID-19.
From Harvard Business Review’s Fomo Sapiens: Yael Melamed, a psychotherapist and executive coach, explains how she cultivates spirituality, humor, and resilience in the face of adversity – lessons she learned from a wide-ranging career that started in business. Melamed says that tragedy and hardship can be powerful opportunities for personal growth.
Also posted at Arianna Huffington’s Thrive Global None of us is spared from the dark night of the soul. You can count on it—at some point in life, your soul will shatter. What is less certain is how to emerge whole after life brings you to your knees. A surrealistic feeling climbed from my belly […]