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“The more compassion you give to yourself, the more you have available for others.” — Kristin Neff   Many of us prioritize compassion for others, but what about compassion for ourselves? This week, hear from a pioneer on mindful self-compassion
“Once we continue forward, obstacles become optional. Problems become solutions. There are no eternal problems. Don’t give up. Be persistent. Be patient.”    By combining traditional Buddhist philosophies with modern science and psychology, bes
“An organization can only grow its reach and business impact as much as the leadership is willing to grow as humans.”    This week, I chat with Tami Simon, the founder of Sounds True—an internationally recognized wisdom-based multimedia company
“When you have compassionate leaders, you develop a relationship with the people that is built on kindness and trust.” Few foreigners have lived in the tiny country of Bhutan longer than Matt DeSantis, the founder of MyBhutan. Alongside the Bhu
“Leaders must be clear about having good, benevolent, and altruistic intentions to help others. It’s an essential quality of a leader.”   Dr. Karma Phuntsho is a leading intellectual from the tiny, fascinating nation of Bhutan. Dr. Phuntsho str
“If you understand the person on the other end of the table, you’ll be much better off.” — Vince Tullo, former VP of Global Sales at GE   Vince Tullo boasts over 47 years working in global high-tech business development and leadership, most of
“For each person whose life you’ve touched, your legacy won’t be about your money but about your kindness.” — Jim Loehr, Leadership Performance Psychologist   Dr. Jim Loehr is a globally renowned performance psychologist, co-founder of the Huma
“We’ve got an opportunity coming out of this pandemic to build our society in a more just way.” — Sen. Doug Jones Few people attain a front-row seat to history and politics like former U.S. Senator Doug Jones. Before representing Alabama in Co
“Teach them how to be—not how to appear to be.”   Amazing education shouldn’t exist as a one-size-fits-all system according to Pawan Gupta. Pawan has been an advocate for quality education tailor-made for each unique community and every student
ode of the Leading with Genuine Care podcast, you’ll also learn:   How to discover your truth Ways to effectively communicate your truth Tips on shifting your mindset Why Jim says that “nothing is serious” What a Loving Kindness practice is  Ad
Jon Kabat-Zinn has influenced millions worldwide to embrace a life of mindfulness. As creator of the Mindfulness-Based Stress Reduction (MBSR) program, Jon is largely credited with bringing mindful practices into the mainstream. In our conversa
Sharon Salzberg is a pioneer in making meditation accessible for those looking to live with peace, stability and kindness. Hear her wisdom in this podcast. In this episode of Leading with Genuine Care, you’ll learn: What “Loving-Kindness Medit
“If we’re going to bring about this better, healthy economy, it’s going to take change from all of us—change from all angles and organizations.” —Tom Rippin, CEO of On Purpose   Tom Rippin is the CEO and Founder of On Purpose, a social enterpri
“Good leadership starts with understanding yourself and what you stand for.” —Anne Wicks   Anne Wicks strives to create a better education system for kids, parents, and the leaders that support their bright futures. As the Director of Education
“You can make a difference...It’s always better to light the candle than curse the darkness.” —Nancy Jacobson, Founder and CEO of No Labels   Not left. Not right. Forward! Nancy Jacobson is the founder and CEO of No Labels, an organization that
“There is so much more to every person’s life besides their homeless experience. Their homeless experience doesn’t define them.” — Daniel Roby, CEO of the Austin Street Center   Uncover the reality of those facing homelessness with Daniel Roby,
“There is amazing stuff happening everywhere. How do we amplify it and accelerate it?” — Jennifer Erickson   With a career that spans from the Scottish parliament to the White House and beyond, Jennifer Erickson creatively leads change for thos
“Things still aren’t perfect but we’re moving in the right direction.” — Casey Fiesler   The idea of technology and social media influencing a presidential election once would’ve sounded ridiculous. Today, it’s a reality that raises big questio
“Stop. Breathe. Smile.” — Shantum Seth, Zen Leader Mindfulness is about much more than meditation. It’s about living a purpose-filled life focused on the present moment—and few people understand this like Shantum Seth, a world-renowned Zen teac
“Compassion is not a luxury, but a necessity, not only for our species to survive, but for all species to survive.” — Roshi Joan Halifax   Don’t miss this powerful conversation about gratitude, compassion, and respect with Roshi Joan Halifax Ph
Listen to a short bonus “nugget of wisdom” from Rob’s interview with Kelly Rutherford. In this clip, Kelly offers insights about showing up every day with joy, energy, and gratitude even if it’s not always easy to do so.   Kelly is best known a
“Gratitude and appreciation are everything. If all else fails, go into that space. I feel like everything else is a distraction.” — Kelly Rutherford You might know Kelly Rutherford as Lily Van der Woodsen, the matriarch on Gossip Girl, Megan Le
Blair Kirchner believes that business leaders have the ability—and the responsibility—to create positive change in the world. Blair is the Managing Director and Co-Head of Impact Activities at the Kirchner Group which has been internationally r
“I’m really interested in figuring out what it’s going to take to level the playing field.”— Ruthe Farmer Ruthe Farmer strives for the greater inclusion of women, minority, and low-income students in computer science and engineering. Tired of b
“We are all speaking, but no one is listening. It starts with being able to stop and listen to other perspectives.” — Anant Kumar   When social entrepreneur Anant Kumar witnessed the dire conditions of India’s poorest public hospitals, he was i
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