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It can be argued that leadership is the most complex of all human endeavors. Jocko Willink, a Navy Seal who was the leader of the most highly-decorated special ops unit of the Iraq War, offers direct, situational, and pragmatic advice that anyone can use to not just understand the leadership game, but to win at it. He discusses how we can turn Navy SEAL combat stories into leadership lessons for life and business. Jocko is a retired U.S. Navy SEAL officer, who spent 20 years in the SEAL Teams. During his career, he was awarded the Silver Star, the Bronze Star, and numerous other personal and unit awards. In 2010, Jocko retired from the Navy and launched Echelon Front, a leadership consulting firm. He is a New York Times bestselling author and host of Jocko Podcast.
Addiction to Recovery
Throughout life we go on different journeys. Some bring us to wonderful destinations, while others teach valuable life lessons. The coming-of-age story of Julie Evans has it all: sex, drugs, a harrowing fall from grace, and a heartening turnaround. As a teen, Julie lost her mother to alcohol poisoning and father to cancer. A series of choices left her addicted to sex, nicotine, alcohol and cocaine. Julie made the decision to turn her life around and today she works to help people transform their wellness into a way of life. Julie is the author of the book, Joy Road: My Journey from Addiction to Recovery.
Michael Greger, MD
How Not to Diet
Most people are looking for that one diet program that enables them to lose weight and keep it off. They follow an array programs all promising success. And yet, with the surge in diets and eating trends, obesity rates continue to rise, as do the number of diseases and health problems. Dr. Michael Greger believes that it is time for a different approach. Dr. Greger honed in on how food actually affects our health and longevity and he offers actionable advice and research to help us replace weight loss struggles with a simple, healthy, sustainable lifestyle. Dr. Greger is a physician, New York Times bestselling author, and founding member and Fellow of the American College of Lifestyle Medicine. He’s an internationally recognized speaker on nutrition, food safety, and public health issues. Dr, Greger’s new book is How Not to Diet: The Groundbreaking Science of Healthy, Permanent Weight-Loss.
Mastering Your Code
As human beings we are born with a genetic code that we believe makes us who we are and guides our behavior – that we’re hardwired to react in a certain way. What if this is a myth? What if we can erase and replace our internal programming and master our own code? According to Darren Gold, our behavior is driven by a subconscious program of our own making. Our genes don’t have full control of our lives, we do. Darren teaches how you can rewrite and master your code in every aspect of life. Darren advises and coaches CEOs and leadership teams at many of the world’s most innovative companies, including Roche, Dropbox, Cisco, eBay, and Warner Bros. He is the author of the book, Master Your Code: The Art, Wisdom, and Science of Leading an Extraordinary Life.
Lois Frankle, PhD
Nice Girls Don’t
Being a woman in the workplace can be difficult to navigate. There are different standards that apply to each sex, and often women end up being too nice. Dr. Lois Frankel explains how you can advocate for yourself while advancing your career. Dr. Frankel is the author of the New York Times and Wall Street Journal best selling Nice Girls Don’t business books. She is the president of Corporate Coaching International and is recognized for her business coaching and empowerment of women. Dr. Frankel has appeared on The Today Show, CNN and NPR, and she and her books have been featured in USA Today, The New York Times, People, and The Washington Post, among others. Her new audiobook is Nice Girls Don’t Speak Up or Stand Out: How to Make Your Voice Heard, Your Point Known and Your Presence Felt.
My Life After A Stroke
It has been reported that strokes are on the rise for those age 49 and under, and a fourth of stroke sufferers are under age 65. According to Ted Baxter, knowing the right steps to take before and after strokes can have an enormous impact on recovery. In April 2005, Ted experienced a massive stroke, which left him with aphasia and impaired mobility. Willing himself to recover, he learned strategies that can improve anyone’s odds of not just surviving, but thriving. Ted was an auditor and management consultant at Price Waterhouse. Today, he is a writer, speaker and advocate for those suffering post stroke. He is the author of the book, Relentless: How A Massive Stroke Changed My Life for the Better.
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