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Inside Personal Growth with Greg Voisen

Inside Personal Growth with Greg Voisen

Author: Greg Voisen

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Today, we have the privilege of hosting a remarkable guest, Brad Axelrad. Brad is a renowned speaker, author, and host of the 'Face Your Dragon' podcast, which is dedicated to helping individuals confront and conquer their inner obstacles to achieve their fullest potential. With a background in personal development and a passion for helping others unleash their inner greatness, Brad Axelrad has made it his mission to guide people on their journeys of self-discovery and transformation. Through his podcast, Brad engages in meaningful conversations with thought leaders, entrepreneurs, and change-makers, delving into their personal stories of overcoming challenges and finding the courage to face their own 'dragons.'
Welcome, dear readers of Inside Personal Growth, to a journey into the world of profound personal transformation and the exploration of our inner potential. Today, we have the distinct privilege of delving into the transformative concepts of his book "Neurodharma: New Science, Ancient Wisdom, and Seven Practices of the Highest Happiness" with a returning author Dr. Rick Hanson, a leading figure in the fields of psychology, neuroscience, and personal growth.
Inside Personal Growth, a podcast that has always been at the forefront of bringing enlightening content to its listeners, recently hosted Dr. Jeffrey Larson from Couer d'Alene Spine and Brain. The topic of discussion? A ground-breaking product called Cellmyx's intelliFat BOD kit. Dr. Larson, with his years of expertise in spinal and neurological health, is no stranger to innovation. But his enthusiasm for the IntelliFat BOD kit was palpable during the interview. He described the product as a game-changer for treatments that rely on adipose (fat) tissue. Unlike traditional methods that extract and process fat for medical uses, the IntelliFat BOD kit streamlines the process, making it safer, more efficient, and vastly more effective. The core of the IntelliFat system, as Dr. Larson highlighted, is its ability to preserve the viability of the cells during extraction. This ensures that the maximum potential of the adipose tissue is retained, opening doors to its use in a broader range of therapeutic  applications.
We are thrilled to have a returning guest today, someone who has graced our platform 13 years ago and has brought us valuable insights and inspiration. Our guest needs no introduction, but we'll give them one anyway because we can't help but celebrate their expertise and the wisdom they've shared with us in the past.
Joining us on the show is Lloyd Reeb, an accomplished business leader and co-author of the transformative book "From Success to Significance: When the Pursuit of Success Isn't Enough." Lloyd's insights and expertise have been instrumental in guiding countless individuals as they transition from their first-half careers to a life filled with purpose and impact.
Earlier this week, we had the privilege of speaking with Dr. Wallace J. Nichols, the marine biologist who coined the term "Blue Mind." His groundbreaking research has uncovered the myriad ways in which our connection to water profoundly impacts our well-being and cognitive abilities. Through his book "Blue Mind: The Surprising Science That Shows How Being Near, In, On, or Under Water Can Make You Happier, Healthier, More Connected, and Better at What You Do," Nichols has brought attention to the therapeutic benefits of water environments. Let's dive into his insights on this remarkable concept.
Returning for this episode is Dr. Joni Carley. She was recently here in our 1026th episode together with Emanuel Kuntzelman and Phil Clothier for their book The Holomovement: Embracing Our Collective Purpose to Unite Humanity. Now, she joins me to share a book of herself entitled The Alchemy of Power: Mastering the Invisible Factors of Leadership.
Joining me today is one of the authors of the book Think Wrong: How to Conquer the Status Quo and Do Work That Matters, Greg Galle.
This episode's guest is one of the most sought after speakers and in the country and also the founder of UGG, Brian Smith. Featured also in this episode is Brian's book entitled The Birth of a Brand: Launching Your Entrepreneurial Passion and Soul.
My guest for this episode is Lucky Duck Foundation's Executive Director, Drew Moser.
Joining me this episode to talk about his book The Karma Factor, among other things, is Thomas Lane.
My guest this episode is an author, journalist, podcaster, yoga + mindfulness teacher, and writing mentor, Brad Wetzler. Featured in this podcast also is his latest book Into the Soul of the World: My Journey to Healing.
Joining me this episode is one of the authors of the book Positive Influence: Be the I in Team, Dr. Brian Smith. He co-authored the book along with his daughter Mary Griffin.
Joining me this episode is freelance director, choreographer and movement director, Simon Pittman. Simon works across theatre, dance and opera and is also the content creator of Youtube channel Better Creating.
My guest for today's episode is Chris Fontanella. He's joining me to talk about his latest book Tune Up Your Career: Tips & Cautions for Peak Performance in the Workplace, among other things.
Returning this episode is Phil Clothier. He is joined now by Tor Eneroth to talk about their book Growing a Culture for Sustainability.
My guest this episode is a globally recognized leading futurist, keynote speaker, and bestselling author, Ross Dawson. Featuring in this podcast as well is one of his bestselling books Thriving on Overload: The 5 Powers for Success in a World of Exponential Information.
Joining me this episode is Dr. Justin Kennedy. He's joining us to speak about his book Brain Reboot: A Change of Mind Will Change Your Brain, among many other things.
Joining me today are three people from different parts of the world. From East Coast is Joni Carley, Emanuel Kuntzelman from Spain and Phil Clothier from England. Yet, we're all here to talk about the book The Holomovement: Embracing Our Collective Purpose to Unite Humanity.
Joining me in this episode is a public speaking coach and the founder of MasterTalk, Brenden Kumarasamy.
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Kelly Trent

Hey Greg. I live in your old house! We get mail for you (advertisements) every week!

May 27th
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