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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. Tune in to learn 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. Tune in to learn 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.

    188 Biofield Science and the Future of Health: Interview with Dr. Shamini Jain

    188 Biofield Science and the Future of Health: Interview with Dr. Shamini Jain

    In the quest for optimum health and healing, many people find it beneficial to combine a variety of practices, ranging from Western medicine to energetic and spiritual techniques. One approach that encompasses several of these practices is known as biofield science, which is playing an increasingly vital role given the challenges and discord facing our world today. 
    A psychologist, scientist, and social entrepreneur, Dr. Shamini Jain is the founder and CEO of the Consciousness and Healing Initiative (CHI), a nonprofit collaborative accelerator that connects scientists, health practitioners, educators, and artists to help lead humanity to heal ourselves. Shamini has received numerous awards for her pioneering research in meditation, biofield healing, and psychoneuroimmunology, and she’s the author of the two-time award-winning book, “Healing Ourselves: Biofield Science and the Future of Health.” Shamini and her team at CHI are currently working on a documentary called “The Energy that Heals,” which explores healing practices in the living intelligence of the biofield and interface connecting us to Universal Life Force and consciousness. As our guest in Episode 188 of The MINDset Game® podcast, Shamini discusses the following: 
    The concept of the biofield – which encompasses a set of fields of energy and information that guide our health – and how gaining an understanding of the biofield perspective can promote greater healing and well-being  Steps you can take every day to increase your vitality and foster the healing process in yourself and others  Insights from biofield science that may be particularly valuable for leaders  Tips for encouraging healing in a loved one, as well as some of the research that explains how we may be able to affect the physiology of others To learn more about the Consciousness and Healing Initiative, visit https://www.chi.is. For more information on CHI’s upcoming documentary, visit https://www.theenergythatheals.com. 
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.   

    • 48 min
    187 Integral Leadership for a Complex World: Interview with Bob Anderson

    187 Integral Leadership for a Complex World: Interview with Bob Anderson

    In today’s world, there’s a growing sense that change is happening at an unprecedented pace, and the ways that things have been done in the past may no longer serve us in the future. Successfully navigating this evolving, increasingly complex reality will require a new level of leadership, which some experts have referred to as “integral leadership.” 
    In Episode 187 of The MINDset Game® podcast, we dive into the concept of integral leadership with our guest, Bob Anderson. As the founder and Chief Knowledge Officer of The Leadership Circle and co-author of the books, “Mastering Leadership” and “Scaling Leadership,” Bob has been a pacesetter in the field of leadership development for over 30 years. He created The Leadership Circle Profile™, a 360-degree assessment used by organizations worldwide to measure the effectiveness of their leaders (both individually and collectively), chart a pathway for their development, and assess their progress along the way. In this week’s episode, Bob discusses the following:
    Different stages of leadership development, beginning with reactive leadership, in which we’re authored by those around us, then progressing to creative leadership, in which we shift to an internal locus of control and self-authoring process, and finally culminating in integral leadership, in which we’re authored by an emergent future Characteristics that define integral leadership, and techniques that can help leaders reach this level Scientific insights that support the concept of integral leadership and the capacity to tune into a new emergent paradigm How embracing Eastern practices, including intuition and expanded consciousness, can help leaders at any level achieve higher states of awareness To learn more about Bob and access assessments and other resources, visit https://leadershipcircle.com. If you'd like to learn more about the Unity Academy, visit https://leadershipcircle.com/leadership-coach-certifications/unity-academy/
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    • 1 hr
    186 How to Handle Tough Conversations: Interview with Sam Horn

    186 How to Handle Tough Conversations: Interview with Sam Horn

    In a world that feels increasingly divided, it’s common to find ourselves in conversations that may result in conflict, misunderstanding, or a general lack of connection. However, by becoming more conscious of the words we use when speaking with others and shifting our mindsets towards cooperation and harmony, we can have more effective conversations and build stronger relationships – even with those whose viewpoints may differ starkly from our own. 
    As a communication strategist and the founder and CEO of the Intrigue Agency and the Tongue Fu!® Training Institute, Sam Horn helps people design and deliver one-of-a-kind presentations, pitches, books, businesses, and brands that scale their impact for good. She is an in-demand keynoter and trainer for organizations like Intel, Oracle and Accenture, and her three incredible TEDx talks and numerous books – including "Talking on Eggshells," "Tongue Fu!: How to Deflect, Disarm, and Defuse Any Verbal Conflict” and “Someday is Not a Day in the Week” – have been featured in The New York Times, Fast Company, and Forbes. As our guest in Episode 186 of The MINDset Game® podcast, Sam discusses the following: 
    Specific examples of words to use and words to lose in order to have more effective, harmonious conversations The power of compassion and how to practice it – while also standing up for yourself – in a range of circumstances, including when the other party is reacting with anger, blame, or hostility  How adopting a clarity mindset can transform potential conflicts and preserve relationships Why it’s important to establish rules when navigating challenging conversations and relationship dynamics, as well as six steps to take to hold someone accountable if they are breaking the rules To learn more about Sam Horn and access her TEDx talks and other resources, visit https://samhorn.com. 
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.    

    • 54 min
    185 The Power of Resilience: Interview with Dr. Robert Brooks

    185 The Power of Resilience: Interview with Dr. Robert Brooks

    From minor setbacks to life-altering tragedies, a resilient mindset can help you navigate life’s inevitable challenges. Whether you’re a parent seeking to nurture resilience in your kids, a leader trying to build stronger, higher-performing teams, or you’d like to enhance your own capacity for resilience, tapping into the power of your mindset can have a transformative impact on those around you. 
    As a clinical psychologist on the faculty of Harvard Medical School and former director of the Department of Psychology at McLean Hospital, a private psychiatric hospital in the Boston area, Dr. Robert Brooks has lectured nationally and internationally and written extensively about topics such as resilience across our lifespans, parenting and family issues, motivation, and creating positive school and work environments. He is the author or co-author of 21 books, including “Raising Resilient Children,” “The Power of Resilience: Achieving Balance, Confidence, and Personal Strength in Your Life,” and “Reflections on Mortality: Insights into Meaningful Living.” Dr. Brooks has also won numerous awards for his work, including, most recently, the Mental Health Humanitarian Award from William James College for his contributions as a clinician, educator, and author. In Episode 185 of The MINDset Game® podcast, Dr. Brooks shares the following insights: 
    The power of acknowledging “islands of competence,” or areas of strength and beauty in others – particularly those who may be exhibiting difficult characteristics  Why supportive, encouraging relationships are crucial for everyone – and particularly children – in developing resilience  How cultivating a positive mindset and emotions, as well as practicing compassion for yourself and others, can help improve your relationships and empower those around you to achieve better results Specific tips for parents and leaders seeking to help their kids and/or teams grow and flourish To learn more about Dr. Brooks and to access his articles and other resources, visit https://www.drrobertbrooks.com. 
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.    

    • 59 min
    184 Create a Meaningful Change in Your Life: Interview with Dr. Mark Young

    184 Create a Meaningful Change in Your Life: Interview with Dr. Mark Young

    Have you ever sought to change something in your personal or professional life, but found it difficult to sustain the new behaviors needed to successfully implement the change? Often, the keys to creating lasting, meaningful transformation lie in shifting our mindsets and building the courage to step into new ways of being – but how can we do that? 
    Driven by a passion for neuroscience, persuasion, and human biology, Dr. Mark Young is the founder and CEO of Jekyll + Hyde Labs, which he has built into one of the nation's most successful advertising agencies for challenger and emerging brand consumer products. Jekyll + Hyde has won dozens of national awards and represents consumer products in every major retailer in the U.S., with combined sales in the billions. Considered one of the top 50 influencers in the mental and physical space, Mark is also a frequent speaker and teacher of longevity programs for entrepreneurs and health professionals, as well as the author of the book, “HYPNO-TI$ING: The Secrets and Science of Ads That Sell More...” In Episode 184 of The MINDset Game® podcast, Mark delves into the psychology of change and what drives human behavior as he discusses: 
    The concept of threshold – a necessary step in achieving lasting change – and how to overcome the fear of change that often stands in our way Why it’s crucial to seek guidance from someone you can trust, such as a coach or therapist, and find community among those who understand your unique challenges Tips for building the courage needed to create meaningful change
    Insights for developing a 10x mindset, and why it may actually be easier and more sustainable than a 2x mindset  To learn more about Dr. Mark Young, visit https://www.meetmarkyoung.com or look for his books on Amazon, or visit https://jandhlabs.com to learn more about Jekyll + Hyde Labs.
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.    

    • 54 min
    183 The Psychology Behind Habit-Forming Products: Interview with Nir Eyal

    183 The Psychology Behind Habit-Forming Products: Interview with Nir Eyal

    Have you ever found yourself in the habit of using a certain product, program, or platform when seeking to alleviate an uncomfortable feeling (such as stress or boredom) or access an overall greater sense of satisfaction? Many of the items that we use in our day-to-day lives were intentionally designed to be habit-forming – and understanding the psychology behind what makes these products so catchy can be beneficial for both their developers and consumers alike. 
    In his award-winning book, “Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products,” Nir Eyal examines the factors that drive customer engagement and lead consumers to use certain products again and again. Nir is also the author of “Indistractable: How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life” (which he discussed in Episode 164 of The MINDSet Game® podcast), has taught as a lecturer in marketing at the Stanford Graduate School of Business, and has sold to technology companies since 2003. Joining us for the second time in Episode 183 of The MINDSet Game, Nir discusses the following: 
    The 4 steps of the “hook model” behind habit-forming products: external and internal triggers, action, variable rewards, and investment Specific examples of how these factors come into play in commonly used products How the “lean startup methodology” of building, measuring, and learning can work with the hook model to make products more habit-forming, as well as 5 fundamental questions to ask when striving to develop more engaging products Types of products or services to which the hook model does not apply To learn more, read Nir’s book, “Hooked,” or visit NirAndFar.com. 
    To subscribe to The MINDset Game, visit www.TheMINDsetGame.com.   

    • 24 min

Customer Reviews

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64 Ratings

64 Ratings

VistageChair ,

Vered’s work is likely to change your life

I work with a couple dozen CEOs. The work that Vered does with mindset and the brain-body connection is probably the single most helpful thing to help them deal with the ultra-complex and almost overwhelming decisions they face including their lives outside of work. Many talk about this stuff these days, but Vered makes it so actionable!

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!

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