#50 CEO of Lumen: Hack Your Metabolism, Daniel Tal Mor, on Building a Business around Data-Driven Behavioral Changes
On today's episode, I bring on Daniel Tal More, the Cofounder and CEO of LumenLumen is a fascinating, pocket-size device that measures metabolism in a single breath and provides personalized food, lifestyle, and health recommendations. Founded in 2014, the company got its start after raising over $1m on Indiegogo and then later another $7m from investorsOn this episode, we cover everything from the inception of Lumen, scaling a wellness brand, and how technology is redefining the fitness category of business and leadershiplumen.me
#49 How "play" can strengthen your business and leadership ability with Jeff Harry
On today's episode, I had a super fun conversation with Jeff HarryJeff has worked with Google, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Adobe, the NFL, Amazon and Facebook, helping their staff to infuse more play into the day-to-day.Jeff was selected by Engagedly as one of the Top 100 HR Influencers of 2020 for his organizational development work around addressing toxicity in the workplace.His playwork has been featured in the New York Times, CNN and many other publicationsThis was a much needed conversation for me, because if you know me at all, you know I tend to separate "work" from "play" almost to a fault. I'm excited to implement some of the things I learned from Jeff to a) be a better leader and b) build a better, more profitable and healthier business!https://www.rediscoveryourplay.com/@jeffharryplays
#48 Economist Alex Chausovsky on How Businesses Should Respond to 2020
Alex is the senior consulting advisor at ITR Economics, which is an economic research and consulting firm, He is a highly experienced market researcher and analyst with more than a decade of expertise in subjects that include macroeconomics, industrial manufacturing, automation, and advanced technology trends.He has consulted and advised companies throughout the U.S., Europe, Brazil, China and Japan for the last fifteen years and has been featured on NPR, the BBC, and in the Wall Street Journal.On the episode, we’re going to talk about business strategy, economics as a tool to manage our future investments, or the application of forecasting to increase profitability.Also, we definitely cover how different 2020 has been, and how to respondIf you enjoy the episode, please leave a review and share it with a friend!https://promotions.itreconomics.com/podcasts
#47 Kindness Expert Houston Kraft - How Kindness Impacts Business and Leadership
Houston is a professional speaker, author, curriculum designer, and kindness advocate who has spoken at over 600 schools, events, conferences, and companies around the world and is passionate about helping people create lives filled with compassion and love. In 2016, he co-founded CharacterStrong to help infuse character, empathy, and connection into education
I had a GREAT and TIMELY conversation with Houston about how kindness can grow your leadership, benefit your business, and just make the world a better place. We also talked about some practical ways to become more kind that are straight outta his new book, Deep Kindness
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#46 What Keeps Me From Giving Up
This is the longer, audio version of a post I made on Instagram not too long ago..
The week of October 19th, 2020, was a rough one, to say the least
This episode outlines the 5 things that keep me going through hard times. Enjoy!
For the blog version, click here: https://jaredgraybeal.com/2020/10/whatkeepsmefromgivingup/
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#45 Leading Change/ Biotransformational Leadership Theory with Nick Jankel
On this week's interview, I have Nick Jankel on to discuss "Biotransformational Leadership" and how much psychiatry is involved in being a leader of change. Nick has lectured at Yale & Oxford, he’s done a TedX talk, advised the UK’s Prime Minister and has worked with companies like Nike, Microsoft and Kellogg I really enjoyed this thought-provoking conversation, and I'm sure you will too!
Plus, his accent is really cool
I genuinely had a great time talking with Nick about his leadership theories, and I think you will too! Check the episode out, and make sure to leave a review. Also, share it with a friend!
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