300 episodes

This is a personal growth, self-help podcast, helping you live an extraordinary life with inspirational stories, scientific based education from psychologists & therapists, plus actionable steps and assignments to help you connect better to yourself and others.

Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things Keri Roberts

    • Self-Improvement
    • 5.0, 50 Ratings

This is a personal growth, self-help podcast, helping you live an extraordinary life with inspirational stories, scientific based education from psychologists & therapists, plus actionable steps and assignments to help you connect better to yourself and others.

    Why Courage is Teachable

    Why Courage is Teachable

    In episode 422 of Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things, we are back with our Wednesday segment where I chat with psychologists, therapists, neuroscientists and other experts on the science of personal growth. The month of May will focus on why empathetic kids succeed in our all about me world and features educational psychologist, parenting and child expert and the author of "Unselfie", Dr. Michele Borba. 
    This episode is about why courage is trainable and how to ignite it. She talks about an experiment she conducted on the television show Dateline with kids to showcase how courage can be taught, why emotional literacy, morals and perspective are necessary for courage, why we need to remind kids that it's important to stand up and speak out and not wait for someone else to do it, why introverts and extroverts are courageous, how to use CALM to be courageous and how parents can raise more courageous kids.

    • 23 min
    When to Build Your Next Business

    When to Build Your Next Business

    In episode 421, I chat with Jaime O'Connor who grew up selling scrunchies in 4th grade.  She talks about her journey into building four businesses, how she worked with the NFL and the sports industry for awhile, which of her companies worked, which didn't and why, how she went to work back at a 9-5 after her third company, why when she couldn't find someone who could handle the operational side and the marketing side she started her 4th business.  Plus she shares her advice on starting another business and how to find your vision of where you want to be.

    • 28 min
    How to Feel Good When Things Go Bad

    How to Feel Good When Things Go Bad

    It's the work on me weekend segment and today Keri talks about how challenging times can lead to great opportunities and emotions.  Listen as she gives some examples and an actionable thing you can do to get into a better perspective today.
    Join our LIVE interviews on Thursday at 8pm EST on our podcast Facebook page here.

    • 10 min
    How to Help Kids Self Regulate and Why It Matters

    How to Help Kids Self Regulate and Why It Matters

    In episode 416 of Ordinary People Doing Extraordinary Things, we are back with our Wednesday segment where I chat with psychologists, therapists, neuroscientists and other experts on the science of personal growth. The month of May will focus on why empathetic kids succeed in our all about me world and features educational psychologist, parenting and child expert and the author of "Unselfie", Dr. Michele Borba. 
    This episode is about how to help kids self regulate and why it matters.  She talks about what it means to self regulate, how to teach kids to reduce their stress, the kids who are most successful and happiest in life are the ones who learn how to self regulate early on in life, how to be aware of your own stress signs and your child's stress signs, why taking care of yourself is necessary and how parents and kids can signal this, why a calm down corner can help, why time to be is essential, why it's important to understand what a child's strengths are vs what you want them to have, why your voice becomes your child's internal voice and all the steps needed to help your child learn how to self regulate. 

    • 24 min
    Continuing a Family Legacy in Real Estate & Finding Financial Freedom

    Continuing a Family Legacy in Real Estate & Finding Financial Freedom

    In episode 418, I chat with Willie Mandrell who grew up watching is grandparents work in real estate.  He grew up with his mom in housing projects and when his father didn't want to take over the real estate business, his grandparents began to educate him on the business.  He talks about his journey into finally deciding to pursue real estate, the advice his grandparents gave him, how he's been able to grow to an almost financially free state, his advice on those interested in getting into real estate, how to move forward from a not so great past and how he's building a community to inspire others to do the same. 

    • 18 min
    How to Protect Your Romantic Relationships During Challenging Times

    How to Protect Your Romantic Relationships During Challenging Times

    It's the work on me weekend segment and today Keri encourages you to work on us this weekend if you're in a romantic relationship.  This is a special interview that was done as part of our LIVE interview series with Couples and Sex Therapist, Maegan Megginson on how to protect your romantic relationship during challenging times in 3 steps you can take right now. 
    Join our LIVE interviews on Thursday at 8pm EST on our podcast Facebook page here.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

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50 Ratings

50 Ratings

Maegan CM ,

Maegan

I love Keri and this podcast! Keri asks thoughtful, provocative questions - taking conversations much deeper than intervierws on other podcasts. I love the different array of professionals she interviews and find that I learn something new in every episode. Highly recommended!!

Dnag287446 ,

Awesome show!

I had the pleasure of being on Keri's podcast recently. She made the experience so easy for e and the conversation flowed so well. I'm excited to be able to get my story out for folks!

Dr. Gleb Tsipursky ,

Great host!

Keri is a great podcast host! She prepared well for our interview, and asked questions which were very relevant for the audience. As a result, our conversation flowed dynamically. I wish every host was so well prepared.

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