11 episodes

The Unspoken podcast focuses on conversations about personal development and growth. We focus on bringing forward subjects that are usually not talked about in hopes of shedding some light on the challenges we go through in our daily lives.

The Unspoken Podcast Preston Kanak & Matthew Price

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0, 4 Ratings

The Unspoken podcast focuses on conversations about personal development and growth. We focus on bringing forward subjects that are usually not talked about in hopes of shedding some light on the challenges we go through in our daily lives.

    011 – Can You Be Too Vulnerable – An Interview with Matthew Adams

    011 – Can You Be Too Vulnerable – An Interview with Matthew Adams

    In this episode, Matthew Price talks with Matthew Adams about vulnerability and the importance as it relates human connection and relationship building. We talk about challenges in Matthew’s life and what positive takeaways he’s gained when stepping out into the unknown.

    • 43 min
    010 – Shifting into Retirement – An Interview with Diane Kanak

    010 – Shifting into Retirement – An Interview with Diane Kanak

    In this episode, Preston Kanak and Diane Kanak discuss how shyness impacted the trajectory of her career and how she was able to overcome the shyness and not let it hold her back. They talk about how she has been able to work for the same company for over 37 years and discuss the next chapter of her life as she nears retirement.

    • 30 min
    009 – The Importance of Strong Social Structures – An Interview with David Schonberg

    009 – The Importance of Strong Social Structures – An Interview with David Schonberg

    In this episode, Matthew Price talks with David Schonberg about the importance of social structures as it relates to personal and professional development. They talk about his early examples of this and how it became an important aspect to thrive and flourish.

    • 35 min
    008 – Fatherhood Chronicles with Preston Kanak

    008 – Fatherhood Chronicles with Preston Kanak

    In this episode, we take a look at what it means to be a father and Preston offers his early anticipations, worries and most importantly, excitement for what’s to come. We take a look at this moment that completely shifts the priorities in your life.

    • 18 min
    007 – Working Through Postpartum Depression – An Interview with Audrey Price

    007 – Working Through Postpartum Depression – An Interview with Audrey Price

    In this episode, Matthew Price talks with Audrey Price about the initial forays into postpartum depression. How it manifests itself and what it does to the mind, the effects on the individual and coming to realization you have it. They also talk through some of the ways Audrey has been able to recognize and battle it.

    • 31 min
    006 – Decoding Anxiety – An Interview with Matthew Price

    006 – Decoding Anxiety – An Interview with Matthew Price

    In this episode, we talk about the challenges and struggles we go through when dealing with Anxiety. It is a conversation very close to both Matthew and I as it is an on-going challenge we both deal with. We start the conversation off with us talking about how Anxiety impacts us physically and emotionally and then introduce some of the ways in which we manage it.

    • 46 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
4 Ratings

4 Ratings

ZathrusGizmo ,

Excellent & well-rounded

Preston’s interview with Mark is an excellent and timely discussion of what many people are tasked with solving in our fast-paced globalized society. The conversation between the two is wonderful to listen to, as the questions are germane and the answers honest. Anyone who has gone through a career change can appreciate Mark’s perspective, especially for those in latter stages of life. While at times the conversation may seem to stray off-topic, it’s really a good technique Preston uses to bring together several elements and pieces of the larger picture together: finding purpose in life through work. The anecdotes are good, the life experiences of Mark help illustrate the direction he has travelled. Sprinkled with good advice and thoughts for the listener to consider, this podcast is a MUST SAVE and share with others. Even those just starting out in their careers, the sage commentary is highly valuable; mature listeners will be nodding their head in agreement with what is being said throughout. Excellent interview and I look forward to future podcasts by Preston. Cheers!

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