9 episodes

Exploring what it means to live a good life. Thoughtful conversations about performance, resilience, purpose, values, mindful living, and spirituality.--Brought to you by Nature of Work - a Personal Operating System helping people upgrade performance, resilience and wellbeing at work and in life. https://natureofwork.co

NOW with Steve Rio Steve Rio

    • Self-Improvement

Exploring what it means to live a good life. Thoughtful conversations about performance, resilience, purpose, values, mindful living, and spirituality.--Brought to you by Nature of Work - a Personal Operating System helping people upgrade performance, resilience and wellbeing at work and in life. https://natureofwork.co

    Kristi Nelson — Finding safety in uncertain times.

    Kristi Nelson — Finding safety in uncertain times.

    A conversation about finding security and peace in the midst of uncertainty, getting comfortable with all the unknowns of life, and living gratefully in every moment.

    • 1 hr 4 min
    Rob Miller — Developing self-awareness as a leader, and rethinking how we measure success.

    Rob Miller — Developing self-awareness as a leader, and rethinking how we measure success.

    Rob Miller is a father, husband, entrepreneur, and co-Founder of Miller Titerle Law Co, as well as co-founder and investor in a number of companies across industries such as forestry and emergent technologies. Rob takes his personal development really seriously. In this episode, we talk about the journey to finding mindfulness, creating a values-based business, developing self-awareness, making decisions based on values, a new way to measure success, and exploring what it means to live a good life. //--// You can find show notes for this episode at natureofwork.co/rob

    • 1 hr 1 min
    Thara Vayali — The mind-body connection, lowering stress, and what mindfulness actually is.

    Thara Vayali — The mind-body connection, lowering stress, and what mindfulness actually is.

    Thara Vayali is a health coach and consultant focused on mind-body medicine, with extensive training in the areas of nutrition, environmental education, yoga, mindfulness, and naturopathic medicine. This episode is a must-listen if you're looking to increase your performance and wellbeing, both at work and in life. Right from the first few minutes, Thara provides amazing insight into how to manage stress, improve cognition, and make better decisions. Thara helps her patients with their mind-body connection, and focuses on increasing mind-body literacy, as she calls it. We also talk about mindfulness in a way that is extremely tangible, it's perhaps the best definition I've heard yet. We also get into Thara's personal journey as an entrepreneur, and how she's used mindfulness, and mind-body medicine to navigate the hardest curves in her journey. Finally, we get into a thoughtful conversation about death, legacy and what it means to live a good life. //--// Show notes, links and more: https://natureofwork.co/thara

    • 1 hr 21 min
    Zach Berman - Going vegan, personal growth, psychedelics, and entrepreneurship

    Zach Berman - Going vegan, personal growth, psychedelics, and entrepreneurship

    Zach is a father, husband, and Co-Founder of The Juice Truck — an incredible plant-based food business with one of his oldest friends.

    • 1 hr 24 min
    Zoë Pawlak — On the internal struggles of entrepreneurship, personal growth, sobriety, faith, and spirituality.

    Zoë Pawlak — On the internal struggles of entrepreneurship, personal growth, sobriety, faith, and spirituality.

    Zoë is a mother, wife, and a deeply spiritual artist and industrial designer, who has built an impressive brand and career as a painter and home products designer.

    • 1 min
    Ludo Siouffi — On the power of a personal purpose statement, forging life-long relationships, and leaving a legacy.

    Ludo Siouffi — On the power of a personal purpose statement, forging life-long relationships, and leaving a legacy.

    Steve sits down with Ludo Siouffi. Ludo is a husband, father of two, and founder of The Ludo Group, where he's a portfolio manager focused on sustainable and ethical investments. Ludo has done an incredible job of articulating his personal purpose statement and integrating it into every aspect of his life. In this conversation, Ludo talks about how that has fueled his impressive work in the community, shaped the relationships he forms with his clients, and how it helps him show up as the best dad and husband possible. //--// Show notes, links and Ludo's biography, visit: https://natureofwork.co/ludo 

    • 1 hr 12 min

Customer Reviews

AliciaKo ,

Surprisingly fresh, will give you true perspective on what’s important

Listen if you’re interested in a new kind of life - not a life filled with hustle, stress, and anxiety - but a life full of ease, perspective, wellness and purpose. In a world full of interview podcasts, NOW is surprisingly fresh & brings a new point of view that will actually challenge your habits and inspire you to change an old habit or change how you frame a problem. The intro sets the perfect tone: soothing & relaxing music. I absolutely love how Steve gets DEEP with his guests. No questions or topics are off limits. Uncomfortable, thought-provoking yet important discussions are the result. Chantal’s interview made me question my life purpose. Rick Ocean’s episode is my favorite: how often do two successful men talk about depression, therapy and self-awareness to the point of moving me to tears? Never. Steve asks an amazing question about legacy in each episode that will surely motivate you to reflect on the same question.

JossBiggins ,

Completely natural

As a person who is constantly trying to consume content to learn, grow and be better. I find myself mindlessly listening to podcasts. As much as this podcast is useful and tangible, it also has a way of being more impactful, cohesive and frankly just more natural than others in the self help space.
It just feels right and feels pure.

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