Both funny and a kick in the pants, he talks about tricking yourself into physical engagement before your mind can freak you out.
Getting Things Done and Creativity
This podcast was SO good and definitely not exclusively for 'creatives'. He hits on systems, structure and how a project is different than a concept.
Spanx: Sara Blakely
She's just so normal, I love it.
How did I go through my formal education without learning about this?
Four Things a Woman Should Expect from a Man
Cheesy title, truly great content. I recommend this for women and men.
The Architect of Hollywood
The story of Paul Williams, an African American architect in the 20th century. The obstacles he overcame and accomplishments he had are inspiring.
A more sustainable, health approach to anti-depressants and mental health issues. Fascinating.
An interest in holistic health may be helpful as you approach this one.
Dr. Maya Angelou (Pt 1)
She was the most kind, humble and fierce woman. She talks about the importance of not allowing toxic words in your life, her mother, and how her childhood defined her (and how she defied it).
I always find it so counter-cultural (and cool) to hear the rich and famous talk about not being or having enough. Dax is so aware of his insecurities and openly talks about them, something we can all learn from.
Such a gut wrenching, moving and inspirational story.
My favorite episode of How I Built This. Yvon is the coolest man and I think we can all learn from him.
Howard Schlutz (Starbucks)
I'm not a Starbucks (or coffee) person, but the way he approaches business is admirable.
Inspiring to see how many things he tried.
Don't like the Mavs, but I find Mark Cuban fascinating.
Brene Brown (Pt. 1)
Everyone (and I mean everyone) can benefit from what Brene Brown is putting out in the world right now.