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.
Luvvie Ajayi Jones on Get Comfortable Being Uncomfortable
Luvvie Ajayi Jones is a New York Times bestselling author, podcast host, and speaker. Her TED Talk has been viewed more than 6.6 million times and Oprah named her to the inaugural SuperSoul100 list as someone who “elevates humanity.” Luvvie’s new book, Professional Troublemaker, inspire us all to live life loudly—with courage and conviction. On this episode, she walks us through how to do the things that scare us, embrace our unique superpowers, and use our voice for a greater good.
Jamie Kern Lima on Overcoming Self-Doubt
Jamie Kern Lima went from Denny’s waitress to founder of IT Cosmetics, a company she started in her living room and sold to L’Oreal for $1.2 B, earning her a place on Forbes “Richest Self-Made Women” list. At least that’s the highlight version of her story. In her new book, Jamie gets real on the hustle it took to keep her dream alive and the countless rejections she encountered along the way. We talk about how to overcome self-doubt, trust your intuition, and turn down the volume on your inner c
Compass Founder & CEO Robert Reffkin on The Importance of Mentorship
No one succeeds alone. That’s the message behind Compass founder and CEO Robert Reffkin’s journey and the title of his new book. Raised by his mother, abandoned by his father and disowned by his maternal grandparents, Robert has always defied the odds. He graduated from Columbia in 2.5 years, earned an MBA, and worked at McKinsey, Goldman Sachs, and as a White House Fellow before starting Compass. We talk about mentorship, how to build your network, and the leadership principles that guided his success.
Ellen Bennett on Dream First, Details Later
Ellen Bennett went from a $10/hour line cook to building a multimillion-dollar apron empire by dreaming big. She’s the founder and CEO of Hedley & Bennett, a culinary lifestyle brand that outfits everyone from the home cook to celebrity chefs and makers around the world. In her new book, Dream First, Details Later, Ellen shares her incredible journey. On this episode, discover how to silence your inner critic, turn your ideas into action, and hustle your way to the top.
Dr. Robert Cialdini on The 7 Principles of Influence
What leads someone to say “yes” to a request? It might not be what you think. Dr. Robert Cialdini has spent his entire career researching the science of influence. His books, Influence and Pre-suasion, have sold more than 5 million copies and his principles have become a cornerstone for sales and marketing professionals. But the reality is, we can all benefit by understanding the science of influence. On this episode, you’ll learn how to become more persuasive by employing these 7 simple techniques.
Cleo Wade on Boundaries, Being Present, and The Power of Mantras
She’s been called “The Millennial Oprah” by New York Magazine and “the poet of her generation” by Time Magazine. Cleo Wade is a community builder, artist, and the author of the bestselling books Heart Talk, Where To Begin, Heart Talk: The Journal and What The Road Said. Cleo’s work speaks to our collective power to create change. On this episode, we talk about how she built a career on her own terms, knowing your value, and the power of mantras.
Incredible guests + insight
Molly joined my company kick-off recently and I was hooked by her passion, storytelling ability and the obvious track record of wild success. Most importantly, she left me wanting more and her podcast did not disappoint. Her ability to pull thoughtful insights out of some of the brightest minds in the world makes this podcast a must-listen. I hope to meet her one day!
Great conversation. I understand now why he is so successful!
One of my favorite podcasts. Molly does a great job of having interesting guests and useful content. I always takeaway 1 to 2 useful ideas from every episode. Highly recommended.