In today’s episode, we cover how to conquer addiction with Doug Bopst. Doug is an award-winning personal trainer, author, speaker and business owner, who turned his life around from felon and drug addict to help countless individuals build the confidence and strength to succeed in life. Substance abuse and addiction goes beyond simply using drugs to experience a temporary high, … Read More
In today’s episode, we cover connecting and commitment with Jenn Gottlieb and Chris Winfield. Jenn and Chris are the founders of Super Connector Media and have helped hundreds of humans master the art of connection. Connecting with people takes intentional effort, but where should that effort go in today’s digital age, what can you do to take the pressure off … Read More
In today’s episode, we cover the upstream thinking with Dan Heath. Dan Heath is a Senior Fellow at Duke University’s CASE center and the co-author, along with his brother Chip, of four New York Times bestsellers.
In today’s episode, we cover dealing with uncertainty and stress with Dr. Domenick Sportelli. Dr. Domenick is a board certified physician in adult general psychiatry and child & adolescent psychiatry, and is widely sought-after for his expertise on the latest in medical behavioral health, child/family psychiatry, and neuropharmacology.
The Art of Charm team (@TheArtofCharm) recounts personal favorite episodes from 2015. Did your favorite episode get left out? Leave a comment and let us know! The Cheat Sheet: Could you name your five favorite Art of Charm episodes from 2015? Are you sure? You just thought of another five, didn’t you? Or was it more like 10? 20? 30? … Read More
To succeed, focus on what you want and how to get it, nothing more. “Your beliefs really shape what you do or don’t do.” -Olaniyi Sobomehin The Cheat Sheet: When does discipline really count? Why success isn’t as complicated as most people think. A practical exercise to turn fear into confidence. Why physiology plays such a significant role in our … Read More
Tragedy is not a choice; learning how to thrive in its aftermath is. “When you get thrown out of a car going 80, you usually leave a little bit of skin on the pavement.” -Cole Hatter The Cheat Sheet: How can you ensure that tragedy creates rather than conquers? You don’t have to give up the dream life to help others … Read More
Rapport takes time, patience, and vulnerability. “You have to be interested to be interesting.” – Johnny Dzubak The Cheat Sheet: Why you have to be vulnerable to connect. The three levels of rapport-building. What is floodlighting? How to build rapport if you’re shy or introverted. Why making mistakes is the best way to learn. And so much more… powered by Sounder … Read More
Most of us have been taught some BS about sexual desire. “The way to become a person’s type is to treat them in a way that makes them feel really, really good.” -Dr. Emily Nagoski The Cheat Sheet: Why women are easier to turn off than men. What is yucking people’s yums? Dr. Nagoski explains how fetishes develop. How orgasms are … Read More