Join the growth initiative. A weekly podcast featuring ideas, principles and actionable advice for growth. Bringing together young professionals to share their stories of growth, you don’t want to miss an episode. Hosted by two leaders pursuing excellence and new experiences Lydia Weibel and Elizabeth Beeli.
Book Review: Man's Search For Meaning
Although I only read this book within the past 2 weeks, Man's Search For Meaning by Viktor Frankl is one of my favorite reads of 2018. If you have a chance to read this book I highly recommend you do. Filled with interesting stories, great insight, and with millions of copies sold, you don't want to miss out on this episode.
Interview w/Pieder Beeli
You can learn a lot from those around you. In this episode, we introduce Pieder Beeli, Elizabeth's Dad. He shares his passion for skiing as well as insight on what experiences and challanges have made him grow the most in the past years of his life.
While we may not consider the way we talk to be "violent," words often lead to hurt and pain for others or ourselves. In this episode, we spark a fascinating discussion from "Nonviolent Communication" by Marshall Rosenburg. Listen while reflecting on the question, do you observe without evaluating?
Get to Know Us
Information is most powerful when tied with emotion. In this episode, take a look behind the mic to see a bit about who the hosts are, what the podcast is about and what sparked this idea in the first place.
The Importance Of Emotional Intelligence
Navigating emotions can often lead to rough waters. Thankfully, emotional intelligence is a helpful tool to increase awareness of how emotions, and your reaction to them, affect yourself and others. Sharing stories of how we've grown through emotional intelligence - this is a topic that's close to our hearts.
Growing Your Fix
How do you react to failure? In Episode 1 of The Growth Initiative podcast, we discuss the effects of fixed mindsets vs growth mindsets. Tidbits of insights from "The Growth Mindset" by Dr. Carol Dweck and Dr. Jordan Peterson's "12 Rules for Life," accompany our discussion. Join us as we identify how a fixed mindset can be a destructive response to failure.