24 episodes

Any successful relationship starts with finding your center - the truth at the core of who you are.  Only then can you develop the ability to truly connect with someone else.

Concentric is about aligning with people who share a common center.

This show gives you the tools and the skills to do just that through practical training, real-life stories and examples, and in-depth interviews with people who have taken this journey and come out the other side better for it.

Welcome to Concentric.  We're glad you're here.

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    • Society & Culture

Any successful relationship starts with finding your center - the truth at the core of who you are.  Only then can you develop the ability to truly connect with someone else.

Concentric is about aligning with people who share a common center.

This show gives you the tools and the skills to do just that through practical training, real-life stories and examples, and in-depth interviews with people who have taken this journey and come out the other side better for it.

Welcome to Concentric.  We're glad you're here.

    Ep23 Developing Deep Leadership in Your Organization

    Ep23 Developing Deep Leadership in Your Organization

    In this episode, hosts Gary De Rodriguez and Jason Croft dive into the concept of "deep leadership", a topic rarely explored in today's leadership discussions.



    Gary and Jason start by acknowledging the prevalence of superficial leadership training that focuses on behavioral changes without delving into the core drivers of behavior. They emphasize that real leadership transformation requires a profound understanding of what truly motivates human behavior: our emotions. To initiate sustainable change in leadership, it's essential to uncover the roots of emotional responses and perceptions that shape our actions.



    Gary De Rodriguez shares his personal experiences and insights into why deep leadership is so critical. He highlights how unresolved emotional triggers from our past can sabotage our leadership effectiveness, leading to conflicts and disruptions within teams and organizations.



    Jason Croft chimes in, emphasizing that deep leadership not only applies to those in leadership roles but also to those being led. It's a multi-layered approach that involves self-awareness, emotional resolution, and authentic communication.



    The hosts introduce the "Trauma Memory Solution Technique," a content-free process for resolving deep-seated emotional issues without the need to disclose personal stories. This approach allows individuals to neutralize emotional triggers, which can otherwise erode trust and authenticity in the workplace.



    Gary and Jason stress the importance of leaders cultivating self-awareness, mastering emotional responses, and owning their emotional states to become truly effective leaders. They highlight that this process not only enhances personal growth but also fosters a more humane, compassionate, and empathetic leadership style.



    Join us on this enlightening journey into the world of deep leadership, where we explore the power of self-awareness, emotional resolution, and authentic transformation. If you're ready to unlock your true leadership potential and inspire positive change within yourself and your organization, Concentric is the show for you.



    Don't forget to like, subscribe, and share this episode with fellow leaders and aspiring deep leaders. Your journey to authentic leadership starts here on Concentric!

    • 33 min
    Ep22 Building Strength and Becoming Antifragile by Overcoming Trauma

    Ep22 Building Strength and Becoming Antifragile by Overcoming Trauma

    Welcome to Episode 22 of Concentric, where hosts Gary De Rodriguez and Jason Croft explore the profound impact of trauma and how it can be transformed into a source of strength. In this thought-provoking episode, they delve into the idea that even the smallest challenges can become opportunities for growth and empowerment.



    Trauma, whether significant or seemingly insignificant, has the power to shape us in remarkable ways. Rather than merely overcoming it, Gary takes a deeper approach by highlighting how trauma can be harnessed to create positive change and personal growth.



    Through the journey of healing and self-discovery, individuals can tap into their inner resilience and unlock hidden potential. What once seemed like scars can become powerful tools that pave the way for a more purposeful life. Adversity can reveal our life's purpose, instill valuable skills, and alter our perspectives, giving us a unique advantage.



    By reframing their experiences, people can embrace their past traumas as catalysts for personal growth. The process not only empowers individuals to thrive but also equips them to have a profound impact on the world around them.



    In this episode, you'll learn how transforming trauma into superpowers can lead to stronger connections, better relationships, and a greater sense of purpose. Join Gary De Rodriguez and Jason Croft as they provide insights and inspiration on turning life's adversities into stepping stones for an empowered and fulfilling future.



    Don't miss this compelling conversation on Concentric. Hit that play button and embark on a journey of self-discovery and empowerment today!

    • 44 min
    Ep21 How to Ask for Help and Create Lasting Change in Your Life

    Ep21 How to Ask for Help and Create Lasting Change in Your Life

    Welcome to Episode 21 of Concentric.



    In this episode, we delve into the topic of asking for help, which may appear simple on the surface but can be incredibly challenging when we're struggling with something for a while or facing emotional difficulties.



    As always, Jason and Gary draw inspiration from their own lives and conversations happening around them. This week, the theme of asking for help has come up multiple times, prompting them to explore it further on the show.



    Jason reflects on his own experiences, considering himself fortunate to have someone like Gary and other friends to have meaningful conversations with. However, even for someone comfortable with discussing difficult topics, he admits that it can still be tough. He opens up about a recent struggle where he reached out to Gary for help but that it was still extremely tough because of a sense of not wanting to burden anyone.



    The hosts acknowledge that the fear of being a burden is a common factor that makes asking for help difficult for many individuals. They delve into the importance of overcoming this obstacle and highlight how Gary provides examples of how to approach seeking help, from personal to corporate scenarios. These conversations and addressing the need for help are crucial steps toward personal growth and progress on both individual and collective levels.



    Join Jason and Gary in this thought-provoking episode of Concentric as they explore the complexities of asking for help and provide insights into how we can navigate these challenges in various aspects of our lives.

    • 37 min
    Ep20 How to Resolve Deep Trauma and Repair Your Relationships

    Ep20 How to Resolve Deep Trauma and Repair Your Relationships

    The Deeper Work to Fix Your Relationship



    Welcome to Episode 20 of Concentric, where hosts Gary De Rodriguez and Jason Croft explore the key to making any relationship work - getting right with yourself.



    In this episode, they delve into the foundational aspect of figuring out one's role in any conflict in a relationship, even if it's not apparent. Listeners are encouraged to ask themselves tough questions to uncover past trauma that may be triggering negative reactions in relationships.



    But more than that, Gary shares his process to heal trauma and how it has helped his clients rapidly overcome relationship conflicts and how you can do it too. This episode is a powerful guide for anyone starting a new relationship or struggling with conflict in an existing one.



    So, get ready for a journey of self-discovery with Gary De Rodriguez and Jason Croft in this transformative episode.

    • 54 min
    Ep19 How to Upgrade Your Language

    Ep19 How to Upgrade Your Language

    Welcome to Episode 19 of Concentric.

    Today we've got another quick-win episode for you around the idea of upgrading your language.

    This applies to the language we use in our heads and in our everyday interactions.

    We often don't think about it too deeply.  We simply consider that it's just how we speak or what we would normally say in a given situation.

    It's really important to analyze what we are saying to ourselves and to others on a regular basis.  Those things are often reflections of what we think about ourselves at a deeper level and the beliefs that we hold about the world.  Conversely, by changing and upgrading our language, we can be proactive in shaping new beliefs and developing new habits and outlooks on life.

    Gary walks us through some quick and simple approaches to get started with this right away.

    • 18 min
    Ep18 Getting Your Relationship Back in Alignment

    Ep18 Getting Your Relationship Back in Alignment

    Welcome to Episode 18 of Concentric.



    In today's "Quick Wins" episode, we're covering how to quickly get back in alignment in your relationship.



    On this show, Gary and I dig deep on these different subjects and give you tactics and strategies around a lot of these topics.  In this episode, we wanted to give you something you can grab onto and use today, and really improve your life. 



    These quick tips apply for getting back in alignment with your significant other, a friendship that you have with somebody, or even a parent/child relationship.



    Sometimes, we start heading in different directions a little bit.  We each see the world through our own frames and filters and over time we assume our partner has the same filters when they don't. 



    Gary walks us through some really powerful tools here so that we can get back into alignment quickly with ourselves first in terms of how we're framing everything and then working with our significant other or that friend and getting back into alignment with them by opening up that communication.



    All right, let's jump in!

    • 18 min

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