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I'm Tash McGill, welcome to The Transformationist. This podcast is dedicated to real stories and conversations of transformation. These are the strategies, stories and experiences that can help you shape transformation in your own life – whether in business, relationships or for personal growth.

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    • Society & Culture
    • 5.0 • 11 Ratings

I'm Tash McGill, welcome to The Transformationist. This podcast is dedicated to real stories and conversations of transformation. These are the strategies, stories and experiences that can help you shape transformation in your own life – whether in business, relationships or for personal growth.

    022 - Jacob Eckeberger: Purpose & Passion

    022 - Jacob Eckeberger: Purpose & Passion

    Jacob Eckeberger decided to go on a pursuit of wellness, looking for a broader definition than just being healthy in body. His unique 6-month framework of exploration has led to insight and greater understanding - particularly in the area of understanding passion and purpose. This episode is a must-listen for anyone wrestling with doing meaningful work and finding purpose in life.
    You can take the Transformation Archetypes quiz here: http://thetransformationist.org/types

    • 1 hr 11 min
    021 - Tim Eldred: The Problem of Alone

    021 - Tim Eldred: The Problem of Alone

    Timothy Eldred grew up with the problem of alone and has recognized the challenge it poses to modern day life and leadership. We talk about the highest value of friendship and it's transformational power. Now as an author, speaker, and consultant with a reputation for ruffling feathers and challenging the status quo. His book Alone Sucks addresses the problem and the antidote - an epidemic of empathy. Order the book at alonesucks.com, follow him on social media @timothyeldred or learn more at timothyeldred.com.

    • 1 hr 16 min
    Processing Christchurch

    Processing Christchurch

    This is me, I'm a New Zealander and so is Season One guest Daryl Habraken. A week after the horrific terror attack on a Christchurch mosque, we sat down to process our thoughts, emotions and what it means for our beautiful country to respond to the reality of racism, classism and doing better.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    020 - Jeff Goins: Reframing Success

    020 - Jeff Goins: Reframing Success

    This is Jeff Goins, best-selling author, speaker and one of the endlessly curious ones. Jeff's journey took him past almost every goal he set with success and left him wondering if success alone would ever satisfy. Join us in this deep dive into reframing success and transforming achievement. You can find Jeff online at www.goinswriter.com.

    • 1 hr 15 min
    019 - Kyrin Bhula: Me, Martha & Alzheimer's

    019 - Kyrin Bhula: Me, Martha & Alzheimer's

    Meet Kyrin Bhula. Kyrin was in her 20s when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer's disease. After her father died, she became her mother's fulltime caregiver. We walk through a personal conversation about how caring for Martha has changed as the disease progresses and how the experience is shaping and transforming Kyrin.

    • 50 min
    018 - Jeff Crabtree: Criticism vs Critique

    018 - Jeff Crabtree: Criticism vs Critique

    Welcome back Jeff Crabtree. In this episode, we visit with Jeff again, this time to discuss the difference between critique and criticism and how both are crucial in our journey of growth and transformation. Jeff first joined us to talk about creativity and transformation in Season One. You can connect with Jeff's work through the Zebra Collective at www.zebracollective.com.

    • 1 hr 10 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

whyismarko ,

such good stuff

love this podcast. the last two i listened to (Jeff Goins and Joel Diaz) were just fantastic -- full of insight. at this point, this is one of only about 3 podcasts i'm regularly listening to.

K_Lenz ,

Incredibly interesting

I’ve loved getting to know Tash’s guests on The Transformationist. The stories they have and the lessons they learned are incredibly interesting. This is illuminated all the more through Tash’s ability to ask thoughtful and provoking questions and to make connections between stories and shared experiences for the listeners. Tash has a natural ability to draw out her guests authentic stories and to draw the listener in. I’ve gained many nuggets that I can take back to my own journey of transformation, and have left each podcast with more than a few quotable moments! I’m really loving where Tash is taking us on this journey and I am excited to hear more from her future guests!

DiazEthiopia ,

Truly transformative stories

I love this focus of this podcast — transformation!!! The stories I’ve heard are diverse and poignant in today’s world. Excited for what’s to come for this podcast.

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