362 episodes

The show’s mission is simple: To help you become the best version of yourself possible and in doing so make the world a better place.

Whoever you are, wherever you’re from, and whatever you do, this is the show that is going to help you become the best version of yourself. Each episode you will hear from some of the most amazing, talented, and successful people on the planet who followed their passions and strive to help others. Join our movement to get a million people each and every day to commit acts of kindness for others. Together, we're going to make the world a better place. Are you ready? Because it’s time for your daily helping.

The Daily Helping NOVA Media

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The show’s mission is simple: To help you become the best version of yourself possible and in doing so make the world a better place.

Whoever you are, wherever you’re from, and whatever you do, this is the show that is going to help you become the best version of yourself. Each episode you will hear from some of the most amazing, talented, and successful people on the planet who followed their passions and strive to help others. Join our movement to get a million people each and every day to commit acts of kindness for others. Together, we're going to make the world a better place. Are you ready? Because it’s time for your daily helping.

    363. Building a Two-Career Home with Tiffany Sauder

    363. Building a Two-Career Home with Tiffany Sauder

    There are a ton of resources out there about how to intentionally build your business culture, structure, and capacity, but almost none when it comes to doing the same for your family. Our guest on the show today, Tiffany Sauder, is here to fill that gap. 
    Tiffany is a successful CEO, married to another professionally driven person, and is mother to four kids. A few years ago, her marriage and her family were at a breaking point. Everyone was stressed and frustrated. That’s when it hit Tiffany: She needed to run her family like she did her business. 
    Today she teaches other families to do the same: Establish a mission and vision; do an honest, detailed evaluation where everyone in your family is at; and make concrete plans on how to function and be accountable.
    If you’ve been looking for concrete, realistic ways for your marriage and family to be better for everyone, be sure to tune in.

    The Biggest Helping: Today’s Most Important Takeaway
    Choose your hard. Being a grownup is hard, life is hard, every path is hard. Getting up at 5 a.m. to work out is hard, not feeling comfortable in your skin is hard. Being on a budget is hard, being broke is hard. Staying married is hard, getting divorced is hard. Owning your own business is hard, working for somebody else is hard. The point is not for this to be frustrating. The point is to accept life is hard. And I think as soon as that's our expectation, we can say, I'm gonna choose the hard that aligns with the life I want, with where I want to go, with the relationships I want to have, with the impact I want to have on the world. And when you choose that hard, then it's not hard because it's in service to who you're becoming and the impact you're gonna have on the world.

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    Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life.

    Resources:
    Check out Tiffany’s Life of And AcademyListen to Tiffany’s podcast Scared ConfidentFollow Tiffany Sauder on Instagram: @TiffanySauder
    Produced by NOVA Media

    • 31 min
    362. Disciplined Entrepreneurship: Startup Tactics with Paul Cheek

    362. Disciplined Entrepreneurship: Startup Tactics with Paul Cheek

    Paul Cheek was MIT’s first Hacker in Residence. No, he didn’t sit in a basement and try to steal nuclear codes or anything like that. He used his software developer skills to help entrepreneurs create what they needed for their businesses. Over the years, Paul worked with more and more entrepreneurs, not only helping them hack their technical problems, but overcome their business ones as well.
    Based on this experience, Paul has written a new book called “Disciplined Entrepreneurship: Startup Tactics.” In it, he gives 15 tactics across four foundations: goal setting, marketing testing, product development, and resource acquisition. The mission of the book is to help entrepreneurs take action to turn their business plans into businesses. 
    Paul joins us in today’s episode to share highlights from his book and encouragement for anyone considering the path entrepreneurship. Listening to this episode might just be your first step.

    The Biggest Helping: Today’s Most Important Takeaway
    Entrepreneurship is for everybody. It doesn't matter whether you're going to start a company. We need more entrepreneurs in this world and we need more entrepreneurial leaders in this world, regardless of whether you're gonna be a startup founder, you're gonna go join a company, you work in a larger organization today, you lead a team within a larger organization today. There are things about the entrepreneurial process that you will find useful, that you will be able to deploy with your team, with your business. And I would encourage you to do the hardest part. The hardest part of entrepreneurship is just getting started. Take the opportunity right here, right now today to go and take that first step.

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    Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life.

    Resources:
    Read “Disciplined Entrepreneurship: Startup Tactics”Learn more at PaulCheek.comCheck out Oceanworks.coConnect with Paul on LinkedIn
    Produced by NOVA Media

    • 30 min
    361. How Catherine Nikkel Helps People Write Their Own Books

    361. How Catherine Nikkel Helps People Write Their Own Books

    After 15 years as a social worker, Catherine Nikkel knew it was time to make a career change. She thought she was going to become an insurance agent, but suddenly the ground fell out from under her: She became paralyzed from the waist down. What got her through her time in the hospital was people telling her stories.
    Today, not only has Catherine learned to walk again, but she has helped fifteen people tell their stories by ghostwriting bestselling books with them. She has also helped dozens more tell their story through her book coaching. 
    Catherine joins the show to explain what it means to be a ghostwriter and book coach. She also has tips for people who are thinking about writing a book. Her bottom line: “Get your voice out there because it deserves to be heard.”

    The Biggest Helping: Today’s Most Important Takeaway
    Please use your voice to make an impact, whether it be in your life, someone else's life, your communities. And the biggest thing for me is get your voice out there because it deserves to be heard.

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    Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life.

    Resources:
    Learn more at CatherineNikkel.com
    Produced by NOVA Media

    • 27 min
    360. Human Creativity and AI with Craig Detweiler

    360. Human Creativity and AI with Craig Detweiler

    As a professor, Dr. Craig Detweiler saw that his arts and media students were becoming anxious about AI replacing them in the job market. That’s why he decided to write a book about what he hopes will be the future of human creativity and AI.
    Dr. Detweiler’s book, “Honest Creativity: The Foundation of Boundless, Good, and Inspired Innovation,” lays out the case that AI will help humans in their creative efforts, not replace them. Humans are good at analogies, embodiment, and empathy, while generative AI is good at lowering the traditional barriers to creative undertakings like legal work, studio tools, and more.
    He lays out the three step process that students, and all of us, should take in order to succeed, hand-in-hand with AI. He draws on his experience as president and CEO of Wedgewood Circle, a philanthropic investment collective that funds creative projects of meaning.
    It’s not everyday that you get to hear directly from Variety’s Mentor of the Year, so be sure to tune in and give a listen.

    The Biggest Helping: Today’s Most Important Takeaway
    Fear not. The machines aren't coming to get you. The machines, hopefully, are coming to help and to serve you. And so have confidence in your HI: In your human intelligence, your human imagination, and your human ingenuity to create inspired innovation. 

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    Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life.

    Resources:
    Read “Honest Creativity: The Foundation of Boundless, Good, and Inspired Innovation.”Follow Craig Detweiler on Instagram: @CraigDet
    Produced by NOVA Media

    • 33 min
    359. Food and Freedom with Sue Van Raes

    359. Food and Freedom with Sue Van Raes

    Sue Van Raes would like for us all to befriend our biochemistry. Today she joins the show to teach us how. Sue is a functional nutritionist and food psychology specialist. She is also the author of a new book, “Food and Freedom: Discover your Personal Recipe to Eat, Think and Live Well.”
    Our willpower is tied to our blood sugar levels. The health of our relationships is tied to understanding our rates of cellular oxidation. Expressing the full range of our emotions changes what we put in our bodies. Sue Van Raes explains the intersection of our inner biochemistry and our lived experiences. 
    Everyone has their own individual ratio of how much of the three macronutrients they need: protein, fat, and carbohydrates. Through both blood tests and developing better internal sensation observation, we can learn to eat to feel how we want to feel. And that is freedom. 
    Join us on today’s episode to learn more!

    The Biggest Helping: Today’s Most Important Takeaway
    If we could, and can, tend to our relationship to food and self the same way we would tend to another important primary relationship in our life– by showing up, by listening, by prioritizing, by tending to– there is incredible healing that is possible. And this relationship with food and self is the most primary and profound relationship we can start with because from there, everything else, every other relationship in our lives improves. The ripple effect is incredible. And I think it's also the relationship that we forget about the most. So it's my reminder to turn to ourselves and take care of ourselves because we need to be our number ones. 

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    Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life.

    Resources:
    Read: Food and Freedom: Discover your Personal Recipe to Eat, Think and Live WellLearn more: BoulderNutrition.comFollow Sue on Instagram:  @BoulderNutrition
    Produced by NOVA Media

    • 28 min
    358. Technocapitalism: The New Robber Barons with Loretta Napoleoni

    358. Technocapitalism: The New Robber Barons with Loretta Napoleoni

    Loretta Napoleoni’s career as a journalist and author began when she discovered her childhood best friend had joined a terrorist organization. Since then she has dedicated herself to analyzing the intersection of economics, politics, and violence. We’re excited to have Loretta on the show today.
    Loretta’s newest book is called “Technocapitalism: The Rise of the New Robber Barons and the Fight for the Common Good.” In it, she identifies the dangers of only a handful of people controlling the most powerful, newest technology. She advocates for more government oversight. 
    Don’t let the title fool you. Loretta doesn’t mind capitalism and she likes technology. She just believes that the common good, as determined by a democratically elected government, should be the guiding light in how we regulate them.
    Loetta’s perspective has been shaped through her Fulbright Scholarship to Johns Hopkins, her Rotary Scholarship to London School of Economics degree, and her work at the National Bank of Hungary in the early 1980s. She’ll give you a lot to think about in this episode!

    The Biggest Helping: Today’s Most Important Takeaway

    We have the power to understand technology. Do not be afraid. I mean, all we need is to study, understand, investigate, and then take control of it, because it's a very, very positive thing for humanity. 

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    Thank you for joining us on The Daily Helping with Dr. Shuster. Subscribe to the show on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, or Google Podcasts to download more food for the brain, knowledge from the experts, and tools to win at life.

    Resources:
    Read Technocapitalism: The Rise of the New Robber Barons and the Fight for the Common GoodLearn more at LorettaNapoleoni.com
    Produced by NOVA Media

    • 32 min

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