98 episodes

A series of conversations where we explore every aspect of human interaction, and provoke each other to do life well.

Do That Well Do That Well

    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

A series of conversations where we explore every aspect of human interaction, and provoke each other to do life well.

    Do That Well: Biz Talk

    Do That Well: Biz Talk

    Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown tackle questions one may find themselves asking when thinking about whether or not to start their own business. Through the conversation Karen opens up about some of her own wins and opportunities as an entrepreneur and shares her insights on 12 important principles about owning a business.

    • 55 min
    Do That Well: Empath(y)

    Do That Well: Empath(y)

    Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown take a look at the nuance between being an empath, displaying empathy, and acting with sympathy in this episode of Do That Well. They discuss how they personally relate to these things while creating more understanding between them through analogies and examples.

    Articles Mentioned:
    https://mrsmindfulness.com/four-attributes-of-empathy-brene-brown/
    https://drjudithorloff.com/quizzes/empath-self-assessment-test/

    • 48 min
    Do That Well: EQ - Part 2

    Do That Well: EQ - Part 2

    In part two of a two part series, Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown continue their conversation about Emotional Intelligence, also known as the Emotion Quotient. In this episode they discuss 3 more pillars of EQ and focus on how EQ is a muscle that can be flexed and grown. This is a topic that is truly for everyone!

    Link to the article: positivepyschology.com

    • 50 min
    Do That Well: EQ_Part 1

    Do That Well: EQ_Part 1

    In the first part of a two part series, Karen Thrall and Brenda Brown have an honest conversation about Emotional Intelligence also known as the Emotion Quotient. They explore two key components of EQ and reflect on examples from their own lives of this complex topic in the hopes of inspiring listeners to embark on their own EQ learning journey.

    Link to the article: positivepyschology.com

    • 58 min
    [archive] Do That Well: Stop Gossip

    [archive] Do That Well: Stop Gossip

    Next week we launch our 3.0 Do That Well!  In the meantime, enjoy another archive favourite of Brenda and Karen’s.

     Original air date:  Season 2 Episode 33

    In this episode, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about how everyone is prone to gossip in some measure, tools on how to pivot from gossip, and why it's a good idea to avoid it all together.  They also talk about the most common reasons for wanting to gossip; and share their personal confessions and experiences with gossip.

    • 32 min
    [archive] Do That Well: Perceptions

    [archive] Do That Well: Perceptions

    In two weeks we launch Do That Well 3.0!  Enjoy one of Brenda's most favorite archived episodes

    Original air date:  Season 2. Episode 37

    In this episode of Do That Well, Brenda Brown and Karen Thrall talk about how our perceptions can cloud our lens.  How you perceive your reality can alter your experience with the people and events around you; and the conversations and feedback you hear.  Most importantly, perceptions can cloud the view you have yourself.

    • 29 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Sunny14319 ,

Thought provoking conversations

Karen and Brenda do an excellent job of bringing up interesting topics from a fresh point of view and asking thought provoking questions that help me go deeper and grow as a leader.

Kannie17 ,

Insightful and Necessary

I am loving this podcast! There are so many nuggets of information I get for listening to this am now trying to incorporate into my everyday life! I have had so many “Ah ha!” Moments from the any topics they go over. A great listen for all ages, but SPECIALLY for someone in their 20’s! Love love love!

Sashay_chantee ,

Brilliant insight!

Love listening to these super focused and driven women, great job!

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