In this episode, I have my beautiful wife Joelle back on the podcast. We take a few minutes to update you on our crazy life and then discuss some listener questions that mainly focus on communication in relationships. Enjoy!
Hello, friends! It’s very very hot over here this week, but I still decided to lock myself in my office without a fan and record this Q&A episode! There are three really great (and different) questions that listeners sent in, and I try my best to give some helpful advice.
This week, I have the amazing Quinn Gee of Magnolia Mental Health back on the show again. She is a “unicorn” in the mental health field. As a black, gay, female therapist, there are many people out there who really benefit from her perspective. She’s also really good at her job. As such, she is BUSY. No, I mean BUSY. She puts my work ethic to shame. Unfortunately, that also comes at the cost of her own well-being, which she is working on.
In this episode, we talk about the realities of being a therapist. We also brainstorm ways that she can take better care of herself for the sake of her own health and for the sake of her clients. It’s a really interesting insider peek at those of us that work in helping professions and I think you will enjoy it.
Hello, friends! In this episode, I answer three awesome listener questions about some very interesting topics. For those of you that are super sensitive about the topic, the first couple questions involve sex and sexuality, so be aware!
This episode is an awesome conversation that I had with educational neuroscientist Dr. Jared Cooney Horvath. We talk about common misconceptions about the brain, how it actually works, and what that means for learning information or trying to teach other people information in effective ways. He has a new book called “Stop Talking, Start Influencing: 12 Insight from Brain Science to Make Your Message Stick“, which I highly suggest checking out!