47 episodes

As humans, we tend to focus on our flaws or look negatively at the things which make us different. Humanly Possible is a podcast that reminds us that being imperfect humans is our greatest competitive advantage. Listen in as host Bryan Kramer engages in rich conversation with other humans who have taken missteps and experienced failures of their own, and recovered by making small “one-degree” shifts that made a massive difference. Listen in and be inspired by others, connected back to your own stories of human imperfection, and reminded that taking small risks can lead to big rewards in your own life.

Humanly Possible Bryan Kramer

    • Business
    • 5.0 • 34 Ratings

As humans, we tend to focus on our flaws or look negatively at the things which make us different. Humanly Possible is a podcast that reminds us that being imperfect humans is our greatest competitive advantage. Listen in as host Bryan Kramer engages in rich conversation with other humans who have taken missteps and experienced failures of their own, and recovered by making small “one-degree” shifts that made a massive difference. Listen in and be inspired by others, connected back to your own stories of human imperfection, and reminded that taking small risks can lead to big rewards in your own life.

    A Love of Storytelling with @AnnHandley

    A Love of Storytelling with @AnnHandley

    Ann Handley is a Wall Street Journal bestselling author who speaks worldwide about how businesses can escape marketing mediocrity to ignite tangible results. IBM named her one of the 7 people shaping modern marketing. She is the Chief Content Officer of MarketingProfs; a LinkedIn Influencer; a keynote speaker, mom, dog person, and writer. 

    In This Episode:
    The importance of great role modelsMaking the shift from print journalism to the online marketing spaceBecoming a published author but not about a subject she had envisionedFrom behind the screen to the stageShowing up fully as herselfEmbracing the good things that have come from the pandemic

    • 40 min
    Pulling the Ripcord with Carlos Hildago @cahidalgo

    Pulling the Ripcord with Carlos Hildago @cahidalgo

    Carlos Hidalgo is a Life Design Coach, two-time author, TEDx, and international keynote speaker.

    In This Episode:
    How a friend’s bold statement gave him the sign he needed to make a big changeRunning from shame for decadesOvercoming the life story of “I can’t”Getting back to who he was really created to beForgiveness, redemption, a new life

    • 31 min
    Continuously Moving Forward with @NealConlon

    Continuously Moving Forward with @NealConlon

    Neal Conlon is an entrepreneur with a focus on growth hacking, leveraging data, and purposely inspiring others to not let the obstacles in a rapidly changing world of tech limit their opportunities. In the last few years, he has pivoted his focus to learning how he can share his years of self-development to empower others to get better, quicker, faster, and to master themselves and the skills to be successful. 

    In This Episode:
    Significant role grandparent’s encouragement played in lifeFrom class disruptor to U.S. Marine CorpsPlaying chess – strategic advancement in the corporate worldUnderstanding your own value and worthLessons learned from a failed business ventureOvercoming unfulfillment rousted by the lack of a father-figureThe 5 Pillars

    • 37 min
    The Forks in the Road with Brian Fanzo @isocialfanz

    The Forks in the Road with Brian Fanzo @isocialfanz

    Brian Fanzo is a digital futurist keynote speaker who translates the trends of tomorrow to inspire change today.
    His customized and personalized programs showcase real-world stories and examples of forward-thinking people and businesses.

    In This Episode:
    ·        How winning a high school speed typing contest led to a change in career path
    ·        Social engineering your way into success
    ·        Being guided into places that let you be you
    ·        Recognition as a Top 25 Influencer by The Economist
    ·        A renewed passion for driving change within a company and its’ people
    ·        Dealing with depression: practicing self-care and self-awareness
    ·        Learning to lean on other people

    • 1 hr 19 min
    Showing Up for Humanity with Kate O’Neill @kateo

    Showing Up for Humanity with Kate O’Neill @kateo

    Kate O'Neill is known as the Tech Humanist. She is the founder of KO Insights, a strategic advisory firm committed to improving the human experience at scale, even and especially in data-driven, algorithmically optimized, and AI-led interactions. Kate regularly keynotes industry events, advocating for humanity's role in an increasingly tech-driven future. Her world-leading clients have included Google, Adobe, IBM, Yale University, the city of Amsterdam, and the United Nations.

    In This Episode:
    The intersection between technology, business, and humanityAlways being open to changeThe both/and mindsetFinding gratitude after major loss

    • 37 min
    Small Shift, Massive Outcome with Joseph Jaffe @jaffejuice

    Small Shift, Massive Outcome with Joseph Jaffe @jaffejuice

    Joseph Jaffe is an author, entrepreneur, and as of March 2020, the host of CoronaTV, a daily streaming interview-based show about hope, positivity and optimism and if there's time left over a little bit of marketing! (www.coronatv.show) To date, he has done just under 200 interviews, including Seth Godin, James Rollins, Jamal Mashburn, Philip Kotlerand and many more.
    In This Episode:
    Making the quick shift from in-person to live streamingLearning to stop talking and just listenReally connecting with the human being on the other side of the cameraIdentifying the skills that make you uniqueUnderstanding failure and rejectionThinking big, whatever that is for you

    • 44 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
34 Ratings

34 Ratings

RunDJRun ,

It’s Magical

I loved this conversation , it inspired me and made me consider all the options ! I enjoy how Bryan brings out insights from his guests and Alex will impress you!

Turkish20150312 ,

It doesn't get much better than this

Bryan finds a unique way of explaining and demonstrating imperfection is a gift and we need to embrace it. We lose the ability to measure this and the entire H2H concept but he possesses a unique ability to empathize and share compassion in a digital age where the ability to "be human" is lost. This podcast addresses this real world challenge in the most eloquent of ways. Its refreshing to hear Bryan speak from the heart and really get to the depths of his guests journeys which are unique and inspiring. Well done Bryan and keep inspiring us all!

BrianMoran42 ,

In the End, We are All Human

I've listened to half the podcasts already and LOVE them! I have a separate notebook for taking notes while listening to "Humanly Possible." It's a great reminder that we all make mistakes, we all need inspiration at times, and we are all human. Well done Bryan Kramer.

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