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In this heart-centered podcast with your host, Chris Schembra, we're going to set the table and create the safe space for people to get vulnerable. I hope you'll learn how some of the brightest minds and the most conscious leaders on the planet are actually human, just like you and me. I mean, we're going to dive into spirituality, empathy, maternal energy, and so much more.
 
Get the best of the iTunes chart topping Thrivetime Show podcast in this show dedicated to growing your business. "It's like Steve Martin meets Steve Forbes." - Jim Stovall - NY Times Best Selling Author. Experience business school without the BS with former US SBA Entrepreneur of the Year Clay Clark and the optometrist turned business tycoon Doctor Robert Zoellner. This award-winning team has been featured on Forbes, Fast Company, Bloomberg, Pando Daily, etc.
 
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Genuine human connection can be hard to come by these days. Long hours spent working remotely or even in the office can make it hard to find the time or space to connect with others. But human connection is necessary to make a lasting impact on others. Empowering people and helping them navigate life's path requires human connection, a deeper under…
 
Wisdom - we all want it, but so few of us reach it before our time ends. Wisdom comes from experiencing things around you. Being wise does not necessarily mean you're the most intelligent person in the room; it means you're the most curious, a lifelong learner. By being committed to learning and experiencing new things, you understand that there ar…
 
In our economically driven world, businesses have problems, and people have pains, usually because of business problems. Selling and marketing are all about gaining an understanding of these problems and pains. Is the problem or pain something that your business can help with, or do you know someone who can assist somehow? Because at the end of the…
 
Learning is not about the outcome, like getting a good grade on your final. Learning is about the journey, the feeling you get when something finally makes sense, the moments of connection you have when studying with friends, the thrill of teaching a concept to another person. Learning is not a perfect process, it's messy and challenging, but it's …
 
We all have the opportunity to take what life throws us and make the most out of it by seeing obstacles as a stepping stone and a growth opportunity. To capitalize on this opportunity, we have to know deep down that que sera, sera, which means whatever will be, will be. Allie Felix has used the mantra, que sera, sera to fuel growth throughout her e…
 
Negativity seems to surround us constantly. Whether it's on social media, the news, or at work, everywhere we look there seems to be negativity, anger, or sadness. But we can choose whether we take on that negativity or not. Our attitude comes from how we look at life. We only get one life, so smile, stop and smell the roses, and enjoy every bit of…
 
Setbacks can seem like the end of the world. It can feel as if all your progress is gone, and you're not sure if it's work persevering. But when you face adversity in the difficult situations that come up in life, use it as an opportunity to do better for yourself and other people because most setbacks turn into the opportunity of a lifetime. David…
 
Networking - it's something we all have to do but most of the time don't want to do. Networking can often feel awkward, cold, and transactional. This is especially true with the advancement of social media platforms like Linkedin. But building relationships with others doesn't and shouldn't have to be this way. As social creatures, we crave genuine…
 
SEO for decades has been thought of as an increasingly complex element of marketing to grow your company. But in this groundbreaking book, by Eli Schwartz, we uncover the human and artistic side of growth. Eli's hypothesis is that good SEO is not derived by throwing money and content at a search engine algorithm, but it's created by taking the righ…
 
When was the last time you wrote a thank you letter? For most of us, the last time was as a child to thank friends or family members for gifts or other generous acts. But the long forgotten act of writing thank you notes is more powerful than a simple thank you. Letters of gratitude can spark upward spirals of positivity and connection, among other…
 
Doug Christie is a retired 15 year NBA veteran turned entrepreneur and broadcaster shares with us what it was like to be coached by Pat Riley and to play with NBA greats like Chris Webber. Doug also shares about his transition into broadcasting, what it’s like to be an entrepreneur and his daily routines.…
 
Robia Scott is an actress and dancer who is best known for her role as the spokesperson for music artist Prince and her role in the new hit movie, Unplanned. Robia shares about the story behind the movie unplanned, her book Counterfeit Comforts, her path to stardom and more. #RobiaScott #UnplannedBy Clay Clark
 
The New York Times best-selling author, the Senior Pastor of Free Chapel and the man whom President Trump has asked to pray with him shares about his newest book Acres of Diamonds, what it’s like to pray with President Trump, and moreBy Clay Clark
 
Colton Dixon, the Atlantic Records recording artist, and pop music singer/songwriter talks about the making of his new song “Miracles,” working with Busbee, RoboPop and other legendary songwriters who have written hits for Christina Aguilera, Jon Bellion, Kelly Clarkson, Shakira, Timbaland, Keith Urban, and other top recording artists.…
 
Mark Manson, the New York Times best-selling author who has sold over 12 million copies of books including The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F$%k shares why you should plan on it taking 3 years to make your online business financially sustainable, how to not concern yourself with the doubters and to focus on what truly matters most.…
 
Pastor Craig Groeschel, the pastor of the largest Protestant Church in America shares how he’s willing to do anything short of sin to lead people to become fully devoted followers of Christ, the importance of mixing emotion with truth to move people, why Michael Jackson’s “Man in the Mirror” was playing in the lobby of his church, how excellence ho…
 
The pastor of the largest Protestant Church in America, Pastor Craig Groeschel shares his daily success habits, how he spends the first 3 hours of the day, the importance of finding great people early on, developing strength through systems, the importance of saying “no”, how he deals with criticism on social media, why he has 2 phones and more.…
 
UFC fighter Justin Wren “The Big Pygmy” shares why the person with the most reasons to win usually does. He also shares his message of redemption and empowerment while sharing about the personal struggles he went through in route to finding the vision for his life.By Clay Clark
 
Are you utilizing your best skills and focusing on your highest and best use? Milk and Honey Management and A&R founder Lucas Keller has helped to manage some of the top songwriters and producers who write the hit songs for the biggest music artists on the planet, but it first took self-awareness to recognize that he would be a lot better off repre…
 
If you are trying to find a way to earn respect from your employees, peers or clients then listen in as Clay Clark and Dr. Zoellner interview NBA great Muggsy Bogues, the shortest player in NBA history at 5’3” tall, about overcoming adversity and being the best you.By Clay Clark
 
Ben Carson shares how he is working to help Americans to overcome poverty, the mindset that someone has to have to become self-sufficient, the importance of choosing to not become a victim, the power of reading, how his mother was able to raise a neurosurgeon and a rocket scientist, and more.By Clay Clark
 
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