100 episodes

What would you do if you knew achieving success was as simple as changing your mindset? In The MINDset Game™ podcast, Vered Kogan explores common obstacles that may be preventing you from achieving true transformation and explains how you can master the power of your mind to overcome these obstacles. As a professional coach and mindset expert, Vered has coached hundreds of entrepreneurs and business professionals to help them clarify what they truly desire, shift limiting beliefs, build their resilience capacity, and adapt more effectively to changes in their organizations and lives. In The MINDset Game™, Vered shares evidence-backed insights, practical tools, and inspiration from some of the world’s leading thinkers to help you master your MINDset and transform your life.

The MINDset Game® Podcast Vered Kogan

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What would you do if you knew achieving success was as simple as changing your mindset? In The MINDset Game™ podcast, Vered Kogan explores common obstacles that may be preventing you from achieving true transformation and explains how you can master the power of your mind to overcome these obstacles. As a professional coach and mindset expert, Vered has coached hundreds of entrepreneurs and business professionals to help them clarify what they truly desire, shift limiting beliefs, build their resilience capacity, and adapt more effectively to changes in their organizations and lives. In The MINDset Game™, Vered shares evidence-backed insights, practical tools, and inspiration from some of the world’s leading thinkers to help you master your MINDset and transform your life.

    101 Master Your Mindpower: Interview with Stéphane and Shalee Schafeitel

    101 Master Your Mindpower: Interview with Stéphane and Shalee Schafeitel

    Hardships are inevitable on the journey of life. It’s how you deal with them that matters. In today’s episode, our guests are Stéphane and Shalee Schafeitel (also known as Stéph & Shay), #1 International Bestselling Authors of the Book: Master Your Mindpower, which is a Wall Street Journal, USA Today, Barnes & Noble and Amazon bestseller. They are world-renown celebrity coaches and they help business leaders and high performers to increase their mental toughness and emotional resilience.
    During this conversation, Stéph & Shay candidly share their personal backstories and how their experiences motivated them to pursue career paths dedicated to helping others achieve their full potential. Stéph & Shay’s coaching philosophy is underpinned by a focus on the “three P’s” (purpose, passion, and principles) and a belief that our pasts are what we make of them.
    Tune in to hear how you can learn to let go of your “running parachutes,” turn your greatest trauma into your greatest strength, and discover your purpose - it’s inside you, you just have to know where to look!
    Stéph & Shay are offering to buy you a copy of their book, Master Your Mindpower, in honor of the book's 2-year anniversary. If you text the word "BOOK" to 801-618-2655, you will receive a link to order it and all you pay is the cost of shipping. 
    To learn more about Stéph & Shay, email Hello@StephAndShay.com or visit https://stephandshay.com. 
    You may also follow them on social media at: 
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/stephandshay
    Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/StephAndShayBeResilient
     

    • 43 min
    100 Transform Your Beliefs: Interview with Karl Dawson

    100 Transform Your Beliefs: Interview with Karl Dawson

    From the time we are very young children, we are constantly observing the world around us, picking up on others’ beliefs and mannerisms, and having experiences that can shape us for years to come. When these experiences feel traumatic, they tend to become deeply ingrained in our subconscious minds – which, unfortunately, can manifest in a variety of mental, emotional, and even physical health problems later in life.
    While several therapeutic modalities seek to address trauma, EFT (emotional freedom techniques) and Matrix Reimprinting work together to both resolve traumatic experiences and change the negative perceptions that we have of them. 
    Karl Dawson, our guest in Episode 100 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, discovered EFT after going through a difficult time in his life during which he struggled with various undiagnosed health issues, a divorce, and other challenges. After finding that EFT offered a powerful way to heal himself physically and emotionally, he became an EFT practitioner to help others experience the same benefits. Today, Karl has taught over 8,000 EFT and matrix reimprinting practitioners, holding trainings in 27 countries worldwide. He is the author of two best-selling books, the Director of the EFT and Matrix Reimprinting Academy (EFTMRA), and has presented at conferences alongside some of the most well-known people in the self-help industry. 
    In this episode, Karl discusses the following:
    The difference between EFT and matrix reimprinting, and how they both play a role in overcoming past traumas The concept of the matrix and how it relates to our memories How the core beliefs we develop early in life can lead to the development of often-unwanted patterns, and how matrix reimprinting can help reverse some of those negative beliefs  To learn more about Karl Dawson and his EFT and Matrix Reimprinting trainings, visit https://www.efttrainingcourses.net
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game podcast, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com

    • 40 min
    099 How to Create Habits that Stick: Interview with Michael Balchan

    099 How to Create Habits that Stick: Interview with Michael Balchan

    Have you ever wanted to achieve a goal or bring about a positive change in your life, but struggled to consistently take the actions needed to do so? The solution may lie in developing the right habits – but often, it can be difficult to continue following those habits after you initially create them.
    Michael Balchan, our guest in Episode 99 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, believes that building positive habits and sticking to them requires an understanding of how your mind works, as well as a clear sense of the identity you’re seeking to adopt. A Harvard-trained behavioral economist and psychologist, Michael now serves as the Head Coach and Chief of Staff at Heroic, a public benefit corporation that uses proven, behavioral-designed technology to empower individuals to move from theory to practice to mastery and express the highest version of themselves.
    In this episode, Michael shares numerous insights, including the following:
    The importance of using celebration and positive reinforcement to help yourself continue following a good habit How to create algorithms that use your environment and willpower to reinforce the habits you’re seeking to build An overview of the differences between the reptilian, mammalian, and rational parts of your brain – and simple actions to take when the rational part disengages and you feel inclined to do things that may be inconsistent with your highest self The importance of getting clear on the identity you want to have, and how that identity drives your behaviors – which, in turn, reinforce your identity  In addition to helping build Heroic, Michael has partnered with his longtime mentor, Brian Johnson, to create a scientifically backed 300-day coach certification program that has trained over 11,000 individuals in over 115 countries. To learn more about Heroic, visit https://www.heroic.us, where you will find an abundance of tools and materials designed to help you become the highest and best version of yourself.
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game podcast, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.

    • 54 min
    098 The Importance of Perseverance: Interview with Alina Timofeeva

    098 The Importance of Perseverance: Interview with Alina Timofeeva

    When pursuing an important goal, have you ever faced repeated obstacles and setbacks? If so, you may have felt like you were failing or that you weren’t “good enough” – and potentially, you might have found that these limiting beliefs sent you into a negative cycle of self-doubt. 
    Alina Timofeeva, our guest in Episode 98 of The MINDSet Game® podcast, wrestled with a great deal of self-doubt when she was searching for a job in the U.K. as an immigrant from Russia. Despite receiving hundreds of rejections and questioning whether she was truly qualified, Alina persevered, knowing that she wanted more from life than what her family intended for her in Russia. Once she finally found a position as an analyst, she progressed very quickly in her career, becoming a principal in less than seven years. 
    Today, Alina is a multi-award-winning principal at global strategy consulting firm Oliver Wyman, a mentor to women and migrants from diverse cultural and social backgrounds, and a TEDx speaker whose presentation, “Fail But Never Give Up,” has received hundreds of thousands of views.
    In this episode, Alina shares lessons she’s learned from her personal and professional life, including:
    The importance of persevering when faced with setbacks, and remembering that the process of pursuing your goals is an often-unpredictable journey Why it’s crucial to convince yourself that you are worthy when you’re struggling with self-doubt or feel like you don’t fit in – and how shifting your mindset can help you achieve better results Why it’s particularly important for people who have been conditioned to believe that they aren’t enough to work on developing their own self-confidence first  To learn more, search for Alina Timofeeva on LinkedIn, or visit https://bit.ly/3O2M44A to see her TEDx talk on YouTube. 
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game podcast, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.

    • 38 min
    097 The Benefits of Embodied Leadership: Interview with Richard Strozzi-Heckler

    097 The Benefits of Embodied Leadership: Interview with Richard Strozzi-Heckler

    In our modern age, many of us go through life feeling disconnected from our own bodies and from one another. In addition to fueling conflict and other large-scale problems facing humanity today, this sense of disconnectedness can impair our ability to lead others.  Born out of his lifelong interest in psychology, spirituality, and martial arts, Richard Strozzi-Heckler – our guest in Episode 97 of The MINDSet Game® podcast – made it his mission to help leaders achieve true transformation in their organizations and the world at large. As the author of several books and the founder of the Strozzi Institute, Richard has introduced numerous different ideas and practices to help individuals achieve “embodied leadership” in a variety of settings. In this episode, Richard shares:
    The concept of somatics – which comes from the Greek word “soma,” or the living body in its wholeness – and how gaining an understanding of somatics can have an impact on individuals, organizations, and the world How embodiment can improve your effectiveness as a leader The power of verbal declarations – particularly one that states “I am a commitment” to something you’re seeking to create The concept of conditioned tendencies, and why it’s important to become aware of your own conditioned tendencies and work on reversing those that are no longer serving you Richard also guides us through a powerful centering exercise that you can practice at any time to become more present, open, and connected. 
    To learn more about Richard and embodied leadership, visit https://strozziinstitute.com. 
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game® podcast, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.

    • 46 min
    096 The Power of Saying Yes: Interview with Naomi Rhode

    096 The Power of Saying Yes: Interview with Naomi Rhode

    Have you ever taken a leap and said yes to an opportunity, even if you did not feel fully prepared for it? If so, did you find that it unlocked new opportunities that you otherwise may not have foreseen? Early in her career, Naomi Rhode – our guest in Episode 96 of The MINDSet Game® podcast – accepted an opportunity to speak in front of several hundred professionals, despite her lack of public speaking experience at the time. While she easily could have declined, she was driven to share her passion about the topic at hand. Naomi’s willingness to say yes to the opportunity sparked an incredible career that has enabled her to inspire countless people as a renowned professional speaker.
    In this episode, Naomi discusses the following:
    The “Four S’s” that we traverse on the path to a fulfilling life – student, success, significance, and servant leader – and steps to take at each phase in order to ensure that you move on to the next How to make the most of the “halftime” along your journey – the point at which you can examine your life and determine what you need to say yes or no to Why you should consider establishing a mission statement for your life, just as organizations create mission statements to help guide their actions Today, Naomi is a highly sought-after speaker who has appeared before audiences in every state and 15 countries. She’s also the President of the International Federation of Speakers, author of three inspirational books, Past President of the National Speakers Association, and one of the first women to receive the coveted Council of Peers Award of Excellence from the National Speakers Association for her outstanding speaking skills and professionalism. 
    To hear more, subscribe to The MINDset Game podcast by visiting www.TheMINDsetGame.com.

    • 30 min

Customer Reviews

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59 Ratings

59 Ratings

Smile, Enjoy Life ,

Worth every minute of your time!

The Mindset Game podcast is worth every minute of your time! Vered and her guests always give clear actionable steps. I love how Vered will ask her guests “now, for those you are listening and feeling (insert feeling her) what would you tell them to do?” It’s that question there that you walk away with something to implement immediately.

I find personal growth and development takes time and action. The Mindset Game podcasts offers many tools to find your path through life, your mindset, and guides you to the next life chapter or helps you through any situation you are in.

I have recommended this Podcast to many of my friends and colleagues. Take a listen, you will not be disappointed!

Thank you Vered and guests for adding such value!

Tammy N.

//EmmaJ// ,

I’ve only just begun…but can’t stop!

I was referred to the podcast and started at the beginning (of course!) even though some of the episode titles grabbed my interest while scrolling through. So far, Vered’s episodes have been short enough to fit conveniently into my day, rich enough to keep me tuned in, and practical enough to help me actually make use of what she shares. If you’re looking for short sound bites that give you an insight and a practical take away, I recommend a listen!

Yoram Solomon ,

Great podcast!

The topic is very important for your professional and personal growth and success. It’s all in the power of your mindset. Great guests that help the podcast convey its message!

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