Have just a few minutes to get inspired, enriched, informed and enlightened? Check out our new, shorter podcast called, Nobody Told Me! Nuggets These episodes are under 10 minutes in length and feature the most useful, thought-provoking, wise and entertaining things we've heard from guests on our longer Nobody Told Me! podcast, which was named one of the top 25 'Most Downloaded New Shows of 2018' and has had more than five and a half million downloads. We're excited to offer this extra option to our Nobody Told Me! listeners who want to add value to every minute of their day!
Georgina Bloomberg on believing in yourself
On this Nugget, we talk to accomplished professional show jumper, Georgina Bloomberg, daughter of Susan Brown and former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg. Among her many achievements, Georgina represented the United States Equestrian Team at the 2015 Pan American Games, where she earned a Team Bronze medal.
We caught up with Georgina to find out more about what it takes to compete at this level and how she deals with the ups and downs of such a challenging sport.
Astronaut Mike Mullane on self-esteem
It was a true honor to talk to Mikes Mullane, who was a part of the first group of space shuttle astronauts. He completed three space missions before retiring from NASA in 1990. Since then, he has been inducted into the International Space Hall of Fame and has won many awards. He has written multiple books, most recently “Riding Rockets: The Outrageous Tales of a Space Shuttle Astronaut”.
Damona Hoffman on the best dating advice
Our guest on this episode, dating coach Damona Hoffman, knows just about everything about the topic: in addition to hosting two TV series on love & relationships for A&E, her coaching methods have recently been featured in People, Oprah Magazine, and the Washington Post. She's also a real life success story, having met her husband online. In this Nugget, she shares with us why she wishes she'd enjoyed dating more and how she learned that everything would turn out for the best in the end.
Bryan E. Robinson on our inner power
Are you a workaholic? A perfectionist? An overachiever? Maybe all three of those things? Our guest on this episode, Dr. Bryan Robinson is a licensed psychotherapist who describes himself as a “recovering” workaholic. He’s the author of a new book aimed at helping people break the cycle of over-working. The book is called #Chill: Turn Off Your Job and Turn On Your Life. In this conversation, we talk about how to create a work-life balance, how to deal with burnout, why we shouldn't multitask, the best way to start out your day, and why everyone should try meditation.
Diane Barth on mother-daughter relationships
In this Nugget, we talk to Diane Barth, a psychotherapist and the author of 'I Know How You Feel: The Joy and Heartbreak of Friendship in Women's Lives'. She writes the blog, 'Off the Couch' for Psychology Today. In addition, her articles have been published in the Clinical Social Work Journal, Psychoanalytic Dialogues, Psychoanalytic Psychology, and other professional journals. You can learn more about Diane on her website at https://www.dianebarth.net.
Sandra Joseph on embracing uncertainty
Sandra Joseph holds the record for being the longest running female star on Broadway after she played the role of Christine Daaé in 'Phantom of the Opera' six nights a week for nearly a decade. Now, she has an incredibly inspiring story to share, and opens up with us about her battle with crippling stage fright, her search for her 'second act', learning to choose love over fear, and how to get 'unstuck' when faced with life's inevitable challenges. She's the author of Unmasking What Matters: Ten Life Lessons from Ten Years on Broadway.
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