What if everything we've been taught about money and “making it” has been wrong? What if success as traditionally defined in modern society is merely a recipe for disconnection from self, others, community and overall life? Enter true WELLth, a podcast designed to help you align the way you spend your money and time with what matters most to you. Join us to learn what tiny tweaks (or radical reboots!) will enable you to. #LiveDeeplyAligned
Casper ter Kuile: An Invitation to Rebuild Your Ritual Muscle
What comes to mind when you read or hear the word "ritual"? It has a lot of weight, right? Despite its religious connotation, a ritual can be any solemn or purposeful act in daily life in which you find deep meaning. Casper ter Kuile, the author of The Power of Ritual, explains why he observes a digital sabbath and how you can discover answers to life's major questions while reading Harry Potter. Yes, really.
Dr. Iddo Landau: Finding Meaning In An Imperfect World
As challenging as this year has been, it has given us a real opportunity to rethink how and where we find value and contentment in life. Enter this week's guest, Iddo Landau, a professor of philosophy at the University of Haifa in Israel. For the perfectionists out there, Iddo offers a path toward meaning in an imperfect world.
Dr. Jeff Cohen: How to Cope With Anxiety Amid Trying Times
Columbia University professor and psychologist Dr. Jeff Cohen takes us on a tour through the world of anxiety and what we can do to combat it. Amid the uncertainty of 2020 and beyond, learn helpful tips to live a less anxious life.
David Mawhinney: A Masterclass In Pivoting & Career Change
We follow David Mawhinney on his life journey from Economics major, to CPA, to Chef, To Sauce Purveyor, and now CEO/Founder of the high-end children’s furniture company “Franklin & Emily”.
Bryce Skaff : Your Stressed Out Brain Is A Tinderbox
Our guest this week is Bryce Skaff. Bryce is Co-Head of the Global Client Group of Dimensional Fund Advisors. Bryce has a penchant for understanding how stress affects our lives both in financial realms as well as emotional realms.
Martin Pazzani: Climb Mountains or Walk—Just Get Outside!
Martin Pazzani is no stranger to the grind of corporate life. After decades of jet-setting and building brands and companies, Martin faced burnout. He turned to solo mountain climbing as a release and hasn’t looked back. Martin shares takeaways from his new book, Secrets of Aging Well: Get Outside, as well as his thoughts about longevity, retirement, preventive health care, and brain health.
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Great job making these topics accessible!
Stumbled across the Financial Literacy episode and fell in love and have been listening since. I love how Manisha makes these kinds of topics accessible to someone like me who is not a financial expert – making them easy to understand in an interesting and conversational way. Now I just need to make time to get back to the ones before I subscribed!
Manisha does it again
Manisha is a great podcast host and gets the best out of her guests. Just subscribed and can't wait to listen to more episodes.
As someone coming from the “non-financial world” into this other dimension this podcast has met me where I was I took me to a deeply thought-provoking place in my soul. As a result I’m reminded with each podcast that I was always in the world of finance. I just decided to sit at the table. Anyone can.