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Our listeners say, “If TEDTalks met Oprah you’d have the Unmistakable Creative.” Eliminate the feeling of being stuck in your life, blocked in your creativity, and discover higher levels of meaning and purpose in your life and career. Listen to deeply personal, insightful, and thought-provoking stories from the world’s leading thinkers and doers including best-selling authors, artists, peak performance psychologists, happiness researchers, entrepreneurs, startup founders, artists, venture ca ...
 
TFR is one of the fastest growing event series in London. Starting in 2017 with 50 attendees in the upstairs of the BOG pub, to a sell out 400 attendee event at the Vaults, Waterloo. These risky shenanigans have now made a debut on the airwaves and will penetrate your eardrums with more kickass speakers on a weekly basis. Hosted by OG risk taker Mr Paul Mellor, and TFR queen Cookie Tabinor. The pair drink a bottle of bubbly and delve into the past and present of some of the biggest names wit ...
 
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Donny Jackson talks about how he went from from being a doctor to becoming a television producer and how writing poetry has remained a constant throughout his journey. We also talk about the reality of racism in America as well as how to use your art to create empathy. Visit Donny Jackson's website | https://donnyjacksonpoetry.com Donny Jackson's b…
 
Eric Gorges grew up not caring about school and then developed a panic disorder early on in his professional life. It got to the point where his panic and anxiety made him nearly agoraphobic. But he was able to overcome that obstacle and get back to his craftsman roots from his childhood, and now he’s gone on to be a successful businessman and host…
 
‘We need to talk.’ These three simple words can send a rush of anxiety through our bodies in fear of whatever unbearable conversation awaits us. Fred Dust has a wealth of experience in navigating difficult conversations and he wants to help us to only pluck the courage to have them, but also build the skills necessary for meaningful conversation. V…
 
Jacob Sager Weinstein joins us to talk about the methods we can use to become a memory master. From storing happy memories for a lifetime to remembering peoples names with ease, Jacob's wisdom will teach you the memory skills you will have wished you learned years ago. Visit Jacob Sager Weinstein's website | https://www.jacobsagerweinstein.com Foll…
 
As we begin the new year, we take a moment to look back at some of the most resonant interviews that took place on the Unmistakable Creative podcast during the wild and unpredictable year of 2020. Featuring: Ramit Sethi | https://IWillTeachYoutoBeRich.com Sarah Vandella | https://onlyfans.com/SarahVandella Mark Wolynn | https://MarkWolynn.com Sandy…
 
Annie Duke joins us for another episode to talk about some of the content from her latest book, How to Decide. Annie believes that making good decisions in a teachable skill that anyone can sharpen. Find out how to make the most important decisions of your life in this episode. Annie's latest book, How to Decide: Simple Tools for Making Better Choi…
 
Oliver Burkeman challenges our age-old pursuit of happiness with a surprising way of thinking about life. Is it our very pursuit that brings us misery? Perhaps setting the best goals for the new year requires a contrarian approach. Visit Oliver Burkeman's website | https://www.oliverburkeman.com Follow Oliver on Twitter | https://twitter.com/oliver…
 
Have you ever experienced how a smiley face in a text can mean anything from a sign of friendliness to sheer sarcasm and sometimes you just aren't sure which one it is? Or even worse, your own friendly smiley face was misinterpreted as sarcasm and you found yourself putting out fires you didn't even mean to start? If so, you've already experienced …
 
Do you ever feel like you're walking through life avoiding conflict, frightening situations and conversations that make you feel uncomfortable? Patricia Zo is a clinical psychologist and author who helps others to stop over-thinking and start over-achieving. This conversation is jam packed with real insight and wisdom to help you stop playing it sa…
 
Michelle Poler inspired a movement, Hello Fears, by facing 100 fears in 100 days. She went skydiving, she held a tarantula, she did trapeze and even wore no pants on the subway. Michelle has made it her mission to overcome the fear of being afraid and find true courage. Listen to learn how to embrace fear and take bold action in the face of it. Fol…
 
Mark Wolynn says that inherited family trauma can become a core language that we tell ourselves – leading to our own unexplained anxiety, depression or other mental illnesses. He joins us to share the redeeming truth that even though this trauma didn’t start with you, it can end with you. Through healing we can find a way to change and break inheri…
 
Lydia Denworth is a science journalist exploring the architecture, behavior and meaning behind life's most fundamental bond: friendship. Find out how your ability to make and maintain friends can impact your life, how changing schools can stunt a child's personal development, what loneliness looks like in the brain and what scientists are doing to …
 
Kelly McGonigal, author, psychologist, and educator, is on a mission to help everyone find strength, courage and joy through moving. Kelly uses uses science and stories to explain the connection between movement and happiness. Find out what it does to your brain, your relationships, and much, much more. Kelly invites us to get up and move with her …
 
Essentialism is a different way of doing everything. Being an essentialist sets you free from becoming too thinly spread, from having your time slip through the cracks and from feeling burnt out with little to show for your efforts. Essentialism isn't about doing less, it's about doing the right thing, the right way at the right time. Greg McKeown …
 
In this episode we get to meet Frank Stephenson, designer of the worlds most elite exotic cars. Having been the head of design for Ferrari, Maserati and McLaren, Frank has been responsible for the design of some of the most successful products in automotive history. Here, we listen to his story, dive into the design process and of course, find out …
 
For this episode we are joined by William Deresiewicz, a remarkable author and speaker who's aim is to share the cold truth about the current digital economy's impact on artists all around the world. William talks about the previous 3 paradigms of the arts, the current 4th paradigm shift that is happening right now, what to expect for the future an…
 
Dr. Tal Ben Shahaar decodes the mystery of happiness and spells it out in a simple, yet profoundly inspiring way. Find out how ordering 4 hamburgers at a restaurant is what led him to come up with The Happiness Model, why the goal of goals is to find a goal and then let go of it, why movies end where love begins, and much more. Happiness Studies Ac…
 
Daniel Lieberman discusses the fascinating hormone that drives every one of us to pursue the future that we desire. Find out how this single neurotransmitter in the brain ultimately drives many of our decisions, emotions and behaviors as we unknowingly pursue the molecule of more. Visit Daniel Lieberman's website | www.danielzlieberman.com Daniel i…
 
"Humans are emotional creatures. We all have the chance right now today to decide, and that word is so important, to decide to live a beautiful life, meaning no matter what’s going on. Don’t take my word for it. Victor Frankl, a holocaust survivor, this is all him, this is literally the message of his book Man’s Search for Meaning. When you decide …
 
We are joined by Seth Godin, prolific author, entrepreneur and former business executive, for yet another fascinating conversation. This time, Seth tackles the emotional journey of shipping creative work, and an emotional journey it certainly is. He shares his incredible insight that will help you navigate this journey from wherever you are to wher…
 
Todd Henry helps us uncover what it is that drives us, whether it's exploration, organization, creativity, impact or anything in-between. Getting in touch with your hidden motivation will help you shake the pressure of comparison, increase your productivity and create your best work. Discover the hidden forces that drive your best work | https://mo…
 
What kind of life do you want to life? Now ask yourself, how much money do you need to live that life? You may find it's a lot less than you expect. Grant Sabatier, author of Financial Freedom and founder of Millenial Money, joins us to share his message about how to use money as a tool to live a richer life and how to achieve financial freedom. Hi…
 
Hitendra Wadwha helps us to understand the essence of ancient Indian wisdom and how it can positively impact our lives in this modern world. Do these ancient ideas remain valid in today's times? Is there a place for tradition in our lives and could this ancient wisdom be the answer to what so many are searching for? Hitendra is the founder of Mento…
 
We are joined by Bret Lockett, a former NFL player, entrepreneur and international speaker, as we discuss what it looks like to play the game of life at the highest level, exactly what it requires of you and where you can find it. Follow Bret on Instagram | https://instagram.com/Bret_Lockett Visit Bret Lockett's website | https://bretlockett.com Li…
 
In this incredibly interesting episode, we get to chat with Albert-Laszlo Barabasi, a Physicist and Data Scientist in Network Theory. Why does hard work not always measure up to success? We out-perform expectations to go the extra mile but somehow always finish a mile short of where we want to be. For too long the link between performance and succe…
 
Sunny Vanderbeck gives us critical insight into business strategy, personal growth and success that he has gained from his time as a military leader, investor, entrepreneur and CEO. Sunny Vanderbeck's website | https://SunnyVanderbeck.com Sunny is the author of Selling without Selling Out, available now | https://amazon.com/Selling-Without-Out-Sell…
 
Jeff Harry is helping adults tap into what drove them as a kid by entering a state of play and rediscovering their true selves. Through play, we can add more joy to our lives and feel just like a kid again. Take a listen to hear Jeff's story and give yourself permission to play. Visit Jeff Harry's website | https://rediscoveryourplay.com Listener T…
 
"There are influencers in your office. There are influencers in every social circle, entrepreneur circle. We just don’t think of it as such because it’s bit depressing to think of it that way. But there’s a lot to be said for these influencers and decision makers. It’s not just the person with the highest status. At work you might have an influence…
 
Laura Robbins gives us look into the reality of racism and bigotry in the day to day lives of ordinary people. We get to hear about the first incident of racism she experienced as a child, what it feels like to be the only black person in the room, how she and her white husband feel about the safety of their biracial children in America, and much m…
 
Steven Goldstein shares his insightful story from childhood to activism as well as the interesting ways in which the powerful make us like them. Steven is a civil rights activist and an author who worked as a TV news producer before becoming a producer for Oprah Winfrey. Steven Goldstein is the author of The Turn-On available now | https://harperco…
 
Katie Patrick is an environmental engineer and software designer dedicated to helping people use real scientific data to change the world. Instead of laying on the beach, brainstorming ideas on how we can stop global warming, Katie teaches us that there is in fact a better, more effective approach which is driven by research and behavior changing t…
 
Sean Giovanni share's his incredibly inspiring story of relentlessly pursuing his purpose against all odds. From buying his first 4-track at 13, to having his apartment burgled of all his equipment, to working with John Legend, Sean has certainly set an example for anyone pursuing a career in the arts. Sean Giovanni is the owner of The Record Shop …
 
When Dain Heer was young, all he wanted to be when he grew up was happy. He knew that if he was happy, everything else would fall into place. In this episode, he shares his wisdom on how to consciously transform your reality into one that is light and authentically you. Visit Dr. Dain Heer's website | https://drdainheer.com Subscribe to his YouTube…
 
Jay Baer is an award-winning Internet pioneer who helps brands improve their digital marketing and customer experience. In this episode, we get to discuss some of Jay's most helpful methods on applying this in your own life which can be found in his most recent book, Talk Triggers. Jay discusses how to build a word of mouth strategy that will resul…
 
The year of 2020 has been one of disruption, reform and rage. The latter being deservedly in response to racial injustice. We know that race and racism do have an impact on our life outcomes, but to what extent? Take a listen as we discuss this with Kermit Jones. You can find Kermit Jones on Twitter and LinkedIn Listener Tribe We have our own priva…
 
Change is coming at us fast and there's no stopping it. In an age of disruption, we have 2 choices: embrace it or as Joe Jackman says, ride it off a cliff. Joe is the President and CEO of Jackman Reinvents and he loves change. The time to move is now. Joe Jackman's book, The Reinventionist Mindset, is available now | https://JoeJackman.com Joe is t…
 
Ryan Holiday, prolific author, marketer, entrepreneur and founder of Brass Check, joins us for this engaging episode to share some valuable insight and stoic wisdom from his most recent book, Stillness is The Key. We live in a busy world. Our lives are overflowing with information and stimuli, constantly fighting for our attention. In the midst of …
 
Sarah Rose Cavanagh uses social neuroscience to unveil the fascinating existence of a hive mind in our society, a phenomenon whereby a group of people function as if with a single mind. To what degree does this affect our emotions, thoughts and behaviors? Take a listen to find out. Sarah Rose Cavanagh is the author of multiple books including her m…
 
From losing her marriage and business 12 years ago and being homeless for 3 years, Rhiannon Rees has managed to rise above tragedy and achieve extraordinary success. Rhiannon shows courageous honesty as she talks about how she has chosen to use awareness as a means for transformation throughout her life and is now coaching others to do the same. Yo…
 
Nolan Bushnell, founder of Atari and Chuck E. Cheese, as well as Steve Jobs’ mentor, shares views on education, reconnecting with your curiosity and developing creativity to connect it to your vision. Nolan Bushnell is a technology pioneer, prolific entrepreneur, and scientist. He’s often cited as the father of the video game industry. Nolan is dev…
 
When Rod Cate was 15, he made a tackle in a high school football game that changed his life forever. The impact crushed two of the vertebrae in his neck and in an instant, Rod became a quadriplegic. Today, Rod needs only the aid of a walking stick and works out regularly. He is also a lawyer and author of Get Back Up. Take a listen to hear his wisd…
 
From becoming homeless at just 14, to being emancipated at 15 and getting his first apartment at 16, Shane's life has been steeped in adversity. Despite this, Shane has accomplished incredible things. As a long-time listener of the show, he joins us to share his incredible story of hope in the face adversity. Follow Shane on Twitter | https://twitt…
 
Meditation can accomplish many things for many different people, and Jeff Warren has experienced that firsthand. Despite having attention issues, Jeff has been able to use meditation effectively and has studied it and it's affects on people for years. Hear his theories on meditation, how it's most effective, and much more in this episode! Jeff Warr…
 
If connection is what you look for, you'll find a lot to take away from this insightful conversation with Veronica Kaulinis, founder of Vulnerable AF. We discuss the meaning of vulnerability and how opening up to others is what creates connection and enables meaningful relationships. Veronica Kaulinis hosts Vulnerable AF, an international workshop …
 
Essentialism is a different way of doing everything. Being an essentialist will set you free from becoming too thinly spread, from having your time slip through the cracks and from feeling burnt out with little to show for your efforts. Essentialism isn't about doing less, it's about doing the right thing, the right way at the right time. Greg McKe…
 
In one of our most insightful interviews we've had, Dan Ariely shared his perspectives on suffering, irrational behavior, and how most time management systems allow others to hijack our time. Learn how to overcome your own learned helplessness and how to separate your decisions from the outcomes. Take a listen! Dan Ariely is the founder of The Cent…
 
The way you show up in conversations has the power to transform your life and business, yet we're never taught how to build the necessary communication skills in order to take full advantage of this. Alex Jamieson and Bob Gower talk us through the fundamentals of radical alignment, reducing interpersonal friction and interacting with those around y…
 
How do you make a living with your ideas? B. Jeffrey Madoff's done it, he's written a book about it and now he joins us to tell us how. Jeffrey is a director, photographer, writer, and professor in NYC. In this discussion, we talk about creative careers. What they look like, what they feel like, what they require of you, how to build one and much m…
 
"So even if you say “I’m not trying to do deep work now. I”m in line at the supermarket. I’m bored let me look at something.” That actually affects your deep work the next morning or the next day when you actually want to do it. There’s this whole notion of passive training where you basically are embracing boredom. You give your mind plenty of pra…
 
Joseph Campbell's work in comparative mythology and religion unveiled a common story found across all faiths and beliefs which he called 'The Hero's Journey'. This, and a life altering experience with LSD in Hollywood is what lead Patrick Solomon to discovering his life's purpose as a film director. Watch Finding Joe right now on YouTube | https://…
 
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