Podcast by Mike Bruening
Tami Simon On The Hero's Journey Economy Podcast
Tami Simon On The Hero's Journey Economy Podcast by Mike Bruening
Craig Wright Author Of The Hidden Habits Of Genius
On this week’s podcast, we have Professor Craig Wright, author of The Hidden Habits of Genius. We talk to Craig about his research into the great geniuses throughout time and what we can learn from them. We also discuss how these geniuses seemed compelled to do what they accomplished and how we can take steps in our own lives to bring elements of genius to our journey.
Craig Wright is the Henry L. and Lucy G. Moses Professor Emeritus of Music at Yale University, where he teaches the popular undergraduate course, “Exploring the Nature of Genius.” A Guggenheim Fellow, Wright has received an honorary Doctorate of Human Letters from the University of Chicago, is a member of the American Academy of Arts and Sciences, and was awarded the Sewall Prize for Excellence in Undergraduate Teaching at Yale (2016) as well as the DeVane Medal for Excellence in Teaching and Scholarship (2018). He holds a Bachelor of Music degree from the Eastman School of Music and a Ph.D. from Harvard.
Sterling Hawkins Hunting Discomfort
On Today's podcast we have Sterling Hawkins , author of Hunting Discomfort. This was a great conversation on one key elements of the Hero's Journey.
Sterling is an entrepreneur, motivational leader, and internationally recognized public speaker Sterling Hawkins shows readers how to get comfortable with discomfort to create breakthrough results in life and business using his #NoMatterWhat system for transformative change.
If you’re like most people, you probably shy away from discomfort. But the uber-successful—from elite athletes to billionaire founders and famous entrepreneurs—do the exact opposite. They know that discomfort can be high-octane fuel for performance or the most direct path to their goals. And they’ve learned how to turn rock bottom into one of life’s greatest gifts.
Catherine Baab - Muguira
Catherine Baab-Muguira is a writer and journalist who has contributed to, among others, Slate, Quartz, CNBC and NBC News. A frequent podcast and radio guest, with appearances on NPR and Lifehacker’s Upgrade. She has a M.A. in Creative Writing from the University of Auckland, New Zealand she lives in Richmond, Virginia with her husband and baby son. Her new book Poe for Your Problems: Uncommon Advice from History's Least Likely Self-Help Guru came out in September.
Alon Braun is the author of “The Entrepreneur's Journey: 8 Steps from Inspiration to Global Impact.” He is an Amazon best selling author and founder at Neurotech.com
On today's podcast, we speak with ALon Braun about how Joseph Campbell's steps in the Hero's Journey is a framework for starting a company. We also speak to Alon about his company Neurotech that tracks the merging of technology and the brain.
Tom is a Life Coach and the author of Bridge to Change. On this podcast, we talk about the role of the life coach, Tom's own Hero's Journey, and the CHOICE steps to personal transformation. You can find Tom at monarchlifecoaching.com and his book at bridgetochangebook.com. There is also a new App on the Apple store that helps people through the bridge to change process.
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I love this podcast series of conversations with a variety of industry professionals talking about the heroes journey economy. Keep me coming!