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Inside Personal Growth with Greg Voisen

Inside Personal Growth with Greg Voisen

Author: Greg Voisen

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506 Episodes
If you believe in a higher power, then prayer is very important to you, in my interview with author Sam Beasley we speak about his new co authored book with BJ Gallagher entitled "Your Life Is Your Prayer–Wake Up To The Spiritual Power in Everything You Do". When we talk about prayer, the image that comes to mind for most people is that of one's head bowed, eyes closed, hands clasped, and perhaps kneeling — perhaps not. This is the classic prayer for posture. We turn our attention inward and upward. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
In my interview with David Meltzer the author of a new book entitled "Game-Time Decision Making — High Scoring Business Strategies From The Biggest Names in Sports" we talk about his book and the simple premise behind the book which is to learn to be prepared to make decisions in the moment with confidence, clarity, balance, and focus. The world's best coaches and managers make a living being confident that they have the right information to make the best decisions and you should as well states David. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Dr. Greg Reed about his co author new book with Sharon Lechter entitled "Success & Something Greater". In our interview together we discuss the principles that have never before been published from Napoleon Hill. In our this podcast we talk about the Great Magic Key to success which was something that Napoleon Hill talked about as well. According to Greg this Magic Key will unlock the door to riches unlock the door to fame and in many cases it will unlock the door to physical health. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
How many of us have sketched out something on the back of a napkin when we were making a point or explaining something to someone? I know that I used to do it quite frequently; if not a napkin, a piece of paper. It seems as if the spontaneity might be lost if we did not sketch it out, and as we all know, a picture is worth a thousand words! In my interview with author Tina Hay we discuss her new book entitled “Napkin Finance – Build Your Wealth in 30 Seconds or Less“. Her book is filled with napkins that are articulately illustrated about topics ranging from improving your credit to diversification in investing to reduce risk. I personally know that most of the topics are not taught in high school, for that matter not even in college. We have a country with citizens that could be much more financially literate, and if you are looking to improve your knowledge I would highly recommend getting “Napkin Finance – Build Your Wealth in 30 Seconds or Less“. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
Leadership is a fascinating topic with lots of book having been written on the topic. While the topic need not be complicated, when you think about “a leader” you begin to see that the emotional intelligence of the leader really does make a huge difference in the effectiveness of a leader. In my interview #766 with author Dave McKeown we discuss his new book entitled "The Self-Evolved Leader – Elevate Your Focus and Develop Your People in a World That Refuses to Slow Down." Dave and I look at the factors that have leaders scrambling just to maintain their effectiveness. "One of the current issues leaders face is the speed that we are moving. Each year we spend tens of billions of dollars on leadership trainings, books, workshops, webinars, coaches and keynote speeches. Despite the colossal amount we invest in building better leaders, we’re experiencing a more significant leadership gap than ever before" states Dave. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
Trying to understand our personal psychology is always challenging. As we reflect on what is going on in our lives and what we would like to change, we look for ways to better understand our emotions, beliefs and patterns. In my recent interview with author and psychologist Steven Kessler we discuss his book entitled “The 5 Personality Patterns – Your Guide to Understanding Yourself and Others and Developing Emotional Maturity“, we explore how to understand our patterns. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
All I can say about author Nir Eyal and his new book entitled “Indistractable – How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life” is that it is an AHA! book and a must read if you want to become more focused and productive. I think that most people in our “always on” world would like to find better ways to improve our focus, and become more Indistractable. I know for me personally this has always been a problem for I believe I have been afflicted with attention deficit disorder. Tune in to podcast #764 with Nir Eyal about his new book entitled " Instractable-How to Control Your Attention and Choose Your Life." ⁣ Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
I recently had the pleasure of interview a very wise author by the name of Humble the Poet. This is my second interview with Humble about his second book entitled “Things No One Else Can Teach Us“. As Humble states ”Everyone of us endures setbacks, disappointments, and failures that can incapacitate us. But we don’t have to let them. Instead we can use these event as opportunities for growth.” Tune in to podcast interview #763 with Humble the Poet about his new book entitled "Things No One Else Can Teach Us."⁣ ⁣ Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
I recently had the pleasure of interviewing James Purpura. He and his wife Steph have authored a new book entitled "Perception-Seeing is Not Believing" and this book will be one of those books that shifts your entire perception about your life. When you listen to this interview you will learn about the backstory about James and Steph and how their personal stories of extreme abuse in their lives which brought them together to rewrite the chapters in their own personal lives. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
In my recent interview with Dr. Moshe Engelberg about his new book entitled “The Amare Wave, Uplifting Business by Putting Love to Work.” We discussed the importance of bringing love into the workplace, and by so doing this creates an environment and culture where the profits and efficiency of the business improves by eightfold. Some of the cited businesses in “The Amare Wave” are Trader Joe’s, USAA, Southwest Airlines, REI and Costco just to name a few. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
How many of you reading this have at one time or another been afraid to ask for help or assistance? Many of us don’t feel good about asking, and we think is shows a sign of weakness, but nothing further could be from the truth as our podcast (#760)guest author Wayne Baker explains in his new book entitled "All You Have To Do Is Ask – How To Master the Most Important Skills for Success". As Wayne states "You never know what people know - or who they know - until you ask.” In the workplace, asking for help can mean the difference between success and failure. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
We are all headed into the New Year with aspirations of doing something new, changing a pattern and improving our lives in one way or another. While these are all great aspirations, we know statistically that many of us will fail in our attempts to change patterns that do not serve us or to make any kind of significant change in our lives at all. How would you like this year to be different? Well it can be a reality, and my guest on this podcast #759 is the author and behavioral scientists that can help you make sustainable changes to your life, his name if BJ Fogg and his new book is entitled “Tiny Habits-The Small Changes that Change Everything”. BJ has studied human behavior at Stanford for over 20 years so his techniques and advice are really quite invaluable, and he also speaks from his own personal experiences with weight control as just one area of his life he has had sustainable, permanent changes for the better. Visit to browse 700+ author interviews.
I had the pleasure of meeting author and personal/business coach Willem Van Esch through a fellow student at University of Santa Monica. Willem is a graduate of USM and has written a new book entitled “Mission Possible“. You will find in our interview, podcast #758, that Willem’s personal journey with its ups and downs can teach you a lot about yourself. His book is partially an account of his life lessons, and is filled with wisdom regarding how we can alter our perspective about our reality and how the whole world outlook changes in the process.
We all at one time or another have switched careers or made a decision to branch out on our own and become an entrepreneur. No matter what your current position, it is always great to get advice from a thought leader in the field of career counseling. In my podcast interview #757 with career coach Tamara Raymond about her new book entitled "Careering-A Pocket Guide to Exploring Your Future Career" we discuss careering which by definition is the process of taking positive action in pursuit of a profession or venture. While this pocket guide endeavors to assist young adults with their career choices, it is also designed for the seasoned professional looking for advice in career advancement as well.
So, what is the difference between the “A” leader and the “B” leader? It really comes down to our attitude, our ability to respond, and how we manage our energy. This is my interview with Amy Jen Su about her new book entitled "The Leader You Want to Be: Five Essential Principles for Bringing Out Your Best Self-Every Day."
In a world of accelerating disruption and staggering uncertainty, agile organizations that can assess and respond to change in real time gain an aggressive edge over competitors in the market. This is my interview with General Charles Jacoby about his new book entitled "Agility: How to Navigate the Unknown and Seize Opportunity in a World of Disruption".
In this podcast, author Adam Kreek and I discuss his new book entitled "The Responsibility Ethic" and the disciplines that are required to achieve “gold” – but just as importantly how to take responsibility for our fear of failure. We all want to achieve the goals we set, yet there is much to be learned and enjoyed in not achieving every single goal, every single time. What we experience during the process of reaching and failing can change our lives for the better, forever.
In this interview, "Contagious You" author Anese Cavanaugh and I speak about the importance of intentions, energy, and presence to the development of the individual and the culture of any organization.
This is my interview with Victoria Roos Olsson about her new book entitled " Everyone Deserves A Great Manager"
This is my interview with Whitney Johnson about her new book entitled "Build and A Team."
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