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Byron Katie on how to transform suffering and access the wisdom within you

Episode Summary Over the past thirty-one years, Byron Katie has helped millions of people around the world to free themselves from stress, frustration, anger, and sadness. TIME describes her as “a spiritual innovator for the 21st century.” Today, Byron shares about her journey from depression to freedom, and the method she co-created as a result,…

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Environmentalist Heather White on eco-anxiety & the connection between protecting our planet & self-care. We have a planet to save & it’s going to take all of us.

Episode Summary These environmental times are “code red” for humanity. But the more we learn about the crisis, the easier it is to become paralyzed or experience eco-anxiety. Environmentalist Heather White shares her optimism about the future and her upcoming book One Green Thing, which includes an enneagram for discovering your unique sustainability superpower. Episode…

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Neuroscientist, psychologist, and author Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett on why we have more control over the way our brain processes emotions than we think we do

Episode Summary Dr. Lisa Feldman Barrett is among the top one percent most-cited scientists in the world and author of How Emotions Are Made and, more recently, Seven and a Half Lessons about the Brain. In this episode, Dr. Barrett shares her revolutionary research in the science of emotion, brain, and mind, and reveals how…

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Amber Miskovich on her journey from Air Force medic and firefighter to yoga studio owner and breathwork coach for first responders

Episode Summary First responders are known for their composure and bravery in the face of a dire emergency, but at what cost? Amber Miskovich, former Ohio National Guard medic, firefighter, and paramedic, shares how yoga and breathwork transformed her life and inspired her to open a yoga studio to support the mental and physical wellbeing…

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Dr. Ethan Kross on how to harness mental chatter, strengthen self-control, and develop emotional agility

Episode Summary From motivation to rumination, our inner voice is one of our most powerful tools, depending on how we use it. Dr. Ethan Kross, an award-winning professor at the University of Michigan and bestselling author of Chatter: The Voice in Your Head and How to Harness It, shares some of his most successful tools…

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Koya Webb on prioritizing wellness, forgiveness and affirmation rituals, and the process of writing her book Let Your Fears Make You Fierce: How to Turn Common Obstacles into Seeds for Growth.

Episode Summary What if our pain was part of our purpose? Derik chats with Koya Webb about how the importance of processing her pain has helped her discover her life’s purpose. She shares how she uses yoga, breathwork, and a healthy lifestyle to heal from trauma, build resilience, and become a more accessible leader to…

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U.S. Army Veteran Charley Jordan shares his journey toward yoga and life-saving self-care

Episode Summary U.S. Army veteran, farmer, and educator, Charley Jordan, shares how his yoga practice and connection with the earth changed his life after military service. Episode Notes We met U.S. Army veteran Charley Jordan through photographer, and fellow Glo podcast guest, Robert Sturman (episode #14). Sturman photographed Charley and other military veterans who use…

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Alli Webb, Drybar Co-Founder, on creating success by following your heart, listening to intuition, and asking for help when you need it

Episode Summary Alli Webb shares how she manages wellness and leadership since co-founding her first company, Drybar, and going on to found and contribute to multiple other ventures such as a jewelry and watch company called Becket and Quill, a massage company called Squeeze, and Okay Humans, which offers online access to talk therapy. In…

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Annie Carpenter on cultivating presence and a yoga practice that spans a lifetime

Episode Summary Annie Carpenter, Glo teacher, senior yoga teacher and trainer, and founder of SmartFLOW’s teacher training program, discusses her teaching philosophy for finding your flow and cultivating a life-long curiosity and wonder. Episode Notes We all have moments that inspire us to change or dedicate ourselves to something we would have never guessed or…

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Professor of Neural Science and Psychology at NYU and author Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki on harnessing anxiety for productivity and compassion

Episode Summary Dr. Wendy A. Suzuki, Professor of Neural Science and Psychology at NYU, studies the (surprisingly) positive effects anxiety can have on our health when we learn how to manage it. Dr. Suzuki shares tools from her latest book, “Good Anxiety: Harnessing the Power of the Most Misunderstood Emotion,” that can help you reframe…

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