Hear stories of overcoming challenges to find a path to Better from some of the most inspiring people on the planet. Based on the best-selling book, Do a Day, this show will help you see that you can change your life no matter what you may face, and give you the tools to go out and Do it.
The End of the Day with Bryan Falchuk
After 128 episodes of the show, this is the final installment of Do a Day as a podcast. But don't worry! You can still listen to past episodes, get the book, the course and more at doadaybook.com
Do a Day is here to stay, regardless of the show coming to an end, so stay connected and stay invested in yourself so you can Go Out and Do It!
Creating a Growth Movement from Pain with Justin Schenck
From a past of pain and loss, including dealing with addiction in his family and the death of his mother, Justin Schenck has built a path of growth that has inspired a movement for all of us.
The Art of Human Care with Dr. Hassan Tetteh
Dr. Hassan Tetteh nearly died as a college student. The interaction he had with the ER doctor who saved his life sparked a quest for deeper understanding around the idea of human care, and how to master the art of it. He found three necessary ingredients that he shares in this interview.
Creating a Fertile Life with Erica Hoke
Despite being told she would never have children due to multiple fertility complications including PCOS, Factor 5 Leiden, endometriosis, Thyroid dysfunction any more, Erica Hoke and her husband were determined to start a family. With IVF not an option due to her complications, there seemed to be little hope. But Erica didn’t give up, seeking a wellness-focused approach that lead to a 9 year journey to better health, giving birth to four kids, and the knowledge to help others facing infertility.
Finding Your Reason to Breathe with Sarah Ross
After suffering from extreme burnout from years of racing up the corporate ladder, Sarah Ross found herself alone, unhappy, and without a reason to keep going. She mapped out the day she would end her life. A dying child saved her by showing her to find a reason to breathe.
Personal Responsibility for Your Life with Kim Sutton
Kim Sutton had to struggle through the cost of saying Yes too often personally and professionally. She found herself in a bad marriage, being controlled, demeaned and mistreated, and ended up in a mental hospital. Rather than addressing the reasons she was suffering, they just medicated. It took Kim struggling through it herself to realize the changes she had to make to support a positive, productive path for herself and her family.