Game Changers with Molly Fletcher is a podcast designed to help you maximize your influence and unleash your potential. Each episode, we take you behind the scenes with peak performers to learn what makes them tick and discover how you can apply their lessons to your life. For additional resources, visit mollyfletcher.com.
Jen Gottlieb on How to Build an Authentic Personal Brand
Do you sometimes feel like you're not living up to your full potential because you're afraid of putting yourself out there? In her new book BE SEEN, Jen Gottlieb will show you how to step into the life you know you were meant to live. Jen is a powerhouse entrepreneur, speaker, host of the I Dare You Podcast, and co-founder of Super Connector Media. With a successful five-year stint as a VH1 host and a career as a Broadway actress, Jen has been making waves in the entrepreneurial world by teaching business owners how to build profitable brands and become the recognized expert in their field. On this episode, Jen shares how to stop hiding and embrace your unique talents so that you can make your greatest impact in the world by being authentically YOU!
Dr. Michael Gervais on How to Stop Worrying about What People Think of You
Is your fear of other people’s opinions holding you back from fulfilling your potential? Dr. Michael Gervais is one of the world's top high-performance psychologists and leading experts on the relationship between the mind and human performance. He has spent his career helping the best of the best when they need to achieve the extraordinary. His clients include world record holders, Olympians, internationally acclaimed artists and musicians, MVPs from every major sport and Fortune 100 CEOs. In his new book, The First Rule of Mastery, Dr. Gervais shares a guide for overcoming what may be the single greatest constrictor of human potential: our fear of people’s opinions. In our conversation today, we talk about the science of peak performance, how to stop worrying about what people think of you, and live life on your own terms.
Jana Kramer on You Can Do Hard Things
Jana Kramer is an actress, country music singer, New York Times bestselling author and host of the popular podcast Whine Down with Jana Kramer. She starred on the hit television series One Tree Hill and has appeared in numerous shows and films since. Jana has also made her mark in the music industry, winning ‘New Female Vocalist of the Year’ at the 2012 Academy of Country Music Awards and earning a nomination for ‘Best Female Vocalist of the Year’ in 2015. In her new book, The Next Chapter, Jana chronicles the end of her marriage and the year that follows, revealing how she found the courage to write the next chapter of her story. This episode is a conversation about moving from heartbreak, pain and anger to forgiveness, confidence and peace.
Malcolm Jenkins on What Winners Won’t Tell You
Malcolm Jenkins is one of the NFL’s all-time top defensive players. In his 13-year NFL career, he won Super Bowl rings with the New Orleans Saints and Philadelphia Eagles and earned three Pro Bowl honors. His legacy extends far beyond the football field. Malcolm is an entrepreneur, media personality, executive producer, and philanthropist who is a passionate force for positive transformation. As cofounder of the Players Coalition, he’s utilized his platform to advocate for racial justice and equality, and through the Malcolm Jenkins Foundation strives to make a difference in the lives of youth in underserved communities. In his new book, What Winners Won’t Tell You, Malcolm takes you behind the scenes of his life on and off the field. On this episode, we talk about overcoming fear, trusting the process and why talent alone is never enough.
Mike McDaniel on Leading with Authenticity
Mike McDaniel has been called “the most interesting coach in the NFL” and it’s easy to see why. In his second season as the Miami Dolphins head coach, McDaniel has captured the attention of the league. The 40-year-old Yale graduate has earned a reputation as a creative, offensive-minded coach and an authentic leader. He landed his first job in the NFL at age 22, but his journey to head coach didn’t come without struggle. On this episode, Mike opens up about how a drinking problem almost cost him his career—and how going through adversity has made him a better coach. We talk about embracing vulnerability as a leader, showing up authentically, and finding the opportunity in adversity.
Brad Stulberg on How to Master Change
The average person experiences 36 major changes in their adult life. Change is constant. So why do we tend to view it as a threat? Brad Stulberg is here to help us shift our mindset around change. His new book Master of Change offers a path for embracing and even growing from life’s constant instability. Brad researches, writes, and coaches on health, well-being, and sustainable excellence. He is the bestselling author of The Practice of Groundedness and co-author of Peak Performance. He also serves as the co-host of The Growth Equation podcast and is on faculty at the University of Michigan’s Graduate School of Public Health. On this episode, Brad offers concrete principles to help you navigate change, build resilience and embrace transformation so you can emerge better than before.
My new go-to podcast!!
This is truly a game-changing podcast. Molly explores the secrets of peak performers to help her audience maximize their influence and potential. You learn the key to success in every episode. Don't miss out! ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
Just found Game Changers and am addicted!
Just started listening and can’t stop! Mollys interviews are awesome! Favorites so far are Tori Dunlop, Eve Rodsky and Mark Hyman. Am so energized after every episode!
Great Inspiration and Application Tips
Thanks Molly for a great podcast. I have enjoyed every episode- as a fellow podcaster it is great to listen to other podcast hosts approaches and style. I just returned from a 3 mile walk listening to another great episode with awesome guests. Will be listening more!