Flourish FM

What does it take to flourish? We started Flourish FM to share cutting edge research from world experts on how to thrive, so you can take away big ideas and practical steps to enhance your life, the lives of others, and, ultimately, make the world a better place. Flourish FM is hosted by Dr. Jon Beale and Dr. Nick Holton, and in collaboration with the Human Flourishing Program at Harvard University, the Department of Education at the University of Oxford, and The Shipley School.

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Tuesday Jun 11, 2024

We interview Dr. Gemma Leigh Roberts, a chartered psychologist and author specialising in wellbeing, resilience and mindset. She is a Top 5 LinkedIn Learning instructor, and over five million people have taken her LinkedIn Learning courses. Over 650,000 people subscribe to her 'Mindset Matters – Thriving at work' newsletter. The newsletter led to the publication, in 2022, of her first book, Mindset Matters: Developing mental agility and resilience to thrive in uncertainty.
 
Gemma has written for or been featured in Stylist, the Guardian, Yahoo Finance, Forbes and Business Insider and has appeared on the BBC. She specializes in helping people, teams and organizations understand what it takes to navigate challenges successfully, build resilience in the face of adversity, and create environments where it's possible for each individual to thrive and perform at their peak in their own unique way. Her clients include BP, Oracle, HSBC, Microsoft, Spotify, Vodafone, Nestlé and Disney and for the last 10 years she has worked with individuals, teams and organizations to help create agile resilient teams at work.
 
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Timestamps:
00:00:00 - Introduction to Flourish FM and Dr. Roberts00:02:19 - Key Mindset Skills for Thriving at Work00:02:41 - Importance of Resilience in the Evolving Workplace00:03:45 - Cognitive Flexibility and Adapting to Change00:04:48 - Growth Mindset and Learning in the Workplace00:06:25 - The Role of Connection in Mental Health and Productivity00:07:06 - Factors Leading to the Importance of Mindset Skills00:10:52 - Conceptualizing Resilience and Antifragility00:14:56 - The Sliding Scale of Resilience00:16:35 - The Six Pillars of Resilience00:24:49 - Connection as a Core Component of Resilience00:27:27 - Mental Agility vs. Emotional Agility00:28:13 - Acceptance and Resilience00:34:19 - Flow and Resilience00:36:22 - Acceptance as a Meta Pillar00:41:04 - Practical Coaching Strategies for Building Mindset Skills00:47:21 - Detailed Example of a Coaching Exercise

Tuesday May 28, 2024

We interview Dr. Rick Hanson, a prolific writer and practitioner of all things psychology, neuroscience, resilience and well-being. 
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a psychologist, Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, and New York Times best-selling author. His seven books have been published in 33 languages and include Making Great Relationships, Neurodharma, Resilient, Hardwiring Happiness, Just One Thing, Buddha’s Brain,  and Mother Nurture – with over a million copies in English alone. 
Rick is the founder of the Global Compassion Coalition and the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, as well as the co-host of the Being Well Podcast – which has been downloaded over 15 million times. His free newsletters have over 260,000 subscribers and his online programs have scholarships available for those with financial needs. 
Rick has lectured at NASA, Google, Oxford, and Harvard. An expert on positive neuroplasticity, Rick’s work has been featured on CBS, NPR, the BBC, and other major media. 
Rick began meditating in 1974 and has taught in meditation centers worldwide. He and his wife live in northern California and have two adult children. He loves the wilderness and taking a break from emails.
 
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Tuesday May 14, 2024

We interview Dr. Rick Hanson, a prolific writer and practitioner of all things psychology, neuroscience, resilience and well-being. 
Rick Hanson, Ph.D., is a psychologist, Senior Fellow at UC Berkeley’s Greater Good Science Center, and New York Times best-selling author. His seven books have been published in 33 languages and include Making Great Relationships, Neurodharma, Resilient, Hardwiring Happiness, Just One Thing, Buddha’s Brain,  and Mother Nurture – with over a million copies in English alone. 
Rick is the founder of the Global Compassion Coalition and the Wellspring Institute for Neuroscience and Contemplative Wisdom, as well as the co-host of the Being Well Podcast – which has been downloaded over 15 million times. His free newsletters have over 260,000 subscribers and his online programs have scholarships available for those with financial needs. 
Rick has lectured at NASA, Google, Oxford, and Harvard. An expert on positive neuroplasticity, Rick’s work has been featured on CBS, NPR, the BBC, and other major media. 
Rick began meditating in 1974 and has taught in meditation centers worldwide. He and his wife live in northern California and have two adult children. He loves the wilderness and taking a break from emails.
 
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Timestamps:
[00:06:13] Flourishing and well-being.
[00:09:24] Awakening and self-actualization.
[00:14:03] Red zone and green zone.
[00:18:42] The utility of the red zone.
[00:23:51] Post-traumatic growth and resilience.
[00:25:19] Choosing Challenges vs. Life's Hardships.
[00:31:29] Practical advice for the green zone.
[00:32:49] Character strengths acquisition.
[00:40:24] Enoughness and satisfaction.
[00:44:49] Understanding brain evolution stages.
[00:49:41] Understanding trauma and resilience.
[01:04:23] Creating a global compassion coalition.
 

Tuesday Apr 30, 2024

We interview Dr. Amy C. Edmondson, Novartis Professor of Leadership and Management at Harvard Business School, a chair established to support the study of human interactions that lead to the creation of successful enterprises that contribute to the betterment of society. She has pioneered the concept of psychological safety for over 20 years and was recognized in 2021 as #1 on the Thinkers50 global ranking of management thinkers.
Amy is the author of Teaming: How Organizations Learn, Innovate, and Compete in the Knowledge Economy (2012), The Fearless Organization: Creating Psychological Safety in the Workplace for Learning, Innovation, and Growth (2018), and, most recently, Right Kind of Wrong: Why Learning to Fail Can Teach Us to Thrive (2023).
We speak to Amy about how to build psychological safety and learn from failure to promote flourishing, in teams, organizations, and our own lives.
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Psychological safety
Right Kind of Wrong: Why Learning to Fail Can Teach Us to Thrive (2023)
 
Timestamps:
00:00:05 - Introduction to Professor Amy C. Edmondson00:00:27 - Defining Psychological Safety00:01:10 - Disrupting Misconceptions About Psychological Safety00:01:50 - Linking Psychological Safety to Thriving00:02:21 - Exploring Psychological Safety and Learning from Failure00:03:08 - Clarifying Psychological Safety in the Workplace00:05:03 - Examples of Interpersonal Risk-Taking00:06:35 - Insights from Amy's TED Talk on Teamwork and Error Rates00:09:41 - The Role of Discomfort in Psychological Safety00:10:07 - Creating a Psychologically Safe Environment00:12:18 - The Relationship Between Psychological Safety and Performance00:15:37 - The Spectrum of Psychological Safety in Teams00:20:34 - Challenges in Creating Psychological Safety in Certain Industries00:22:59 - Transition to Discussing "Right Kind of Wrong"00:23:27 - The Connection Between Psychological Safety and Types of Failure00:26:09 - Personal Stories of Intelligent Failure00:29:18 - Distinguishing Between Types of Failure00:37:19 - The Impact of Perfectionism on Psychological Safety00:38:55 - Psychological Safety Beyond Interpersonal Environments00:41:16 - Applying Right Kind of Wrong in Personal Lives00:44:03 - Practical Steps for Embracing Failure and Thriving00:48:01 - Leadership Behaviors to Avoid for Psychological Safety00:50:07 - The Importance of Context in Embracing Failure00:53:05 - When to Persist and When to Pivot in the Face of Failure00:56:18 - Final Practical Advice and Resources

Tuesday Apr 16, 2024

We interview Dr. Sara Kuburic, existential psychotherapist, writer, and columnist for USA Today, about how existential psychotherapy can help us to flourish.
In particular, we discuss Sara’s work on “self-loss”: what it is, how to identify it and rebuild our sense of self; how overcoming self-loss can help us flourish; and how to live a more authentic and meaningful life.
Sara is the author of It’s On Me: Accept Hard Truths, Discover Your Self, and Change Your Life (Penguin Random House, 2023). The book is a guide to identifying self-loss – one of our greatest unspoken human sufferings, that feeling of being estranged or disconnected from your true self – so we can stop feeling the pain and emptiness that comes from performing or observing life, rather than living it.
Sarah was born in Yugoslavia and raised in Canada, and completed her doctorate in psychotherapy science in Vienna, under the supervision of Dr. Alfried Längle, the founder of existential analysis. She is a trauma-informed clinician with a person-centered approach that is grounded in existential analysis, as well as somatic and experiential techniques. She specializes in moral trauma, identity, existential crisis, and relationship issues.
 
Sara is passionate about helping people seek change and live authentic, free, and meaningful lives. Her interest in psychology stems from her personal experience living through wars, navigating complex relationships, and continually learning what it means to be human.
 
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Timestamps:
00:00:05 - Introduction to Dr. Sarah Kuburic
00:00:26 - Understanding Self-Loss
00:00:37 - Sara's Approach to Psychotherapy
00:01:05 - The Existential Lens on Flourishing
00:02:02 - Defining Existential Psychotherapy
00:03:04 - Core Concepts in Existential Psychotherapy
00:03:38 - Empowering Clients to Face Truths
00:04:08 - Sara’s Specialisms: Moral Trauma and Identity
00:04:42 - Insights from Existential Psychotherapy Practice
00:05:05 - Study on Moral Injury in Infidelity
00:06:20 - Understanding our Sense of Self
00:07:09 - The Ingredients of our Sense of Self
00:08:33 - Constructing vs. Finding the Self
00:09:34 - Self-Loss and the Journey to Self-Discovery
00:10:19 - The Process of Creating the Self
00:11:42 - The Role of Community in Self-Formation
00:12:17 - Trauma and Its Impact on the Self
00:13:33 - The Importance of Facing Ourselves
00:14:15 - The Role of Responsibility in Flourishing
00:16:09 - The Complexity of Human Psychology and Trauma
00:17:33 - The Connection Between Trauma and Self-Loss
00:18:32 - The Role of Flourishing in Existential Psychotherapy
00:19:32 - The Complexity of Moral Trauma and Infidelity
00:20:37 - The Relationship Between Flourishing and Suffering
00:21:07 - The Importance of Community and Humor in Well-Being
00:22:21 - Psychological Flexibility and Inner Safety
00:23:27 - The Role of Responsibility in a Good Life
00:25:06 - Building Inner Safety and Trust in Oneself
00:26:08 - The Empowering Message of Responsibility
00:27:16 - The Role of Reflection in Building Well-Being
00:28:46 - Practical Tips for Self-Discovery and Well-Being
00:30:14 - The Role of Community in Authentic Living
00:31:24 - Using Humor and Reflection for Self-Understanding
00:32:20 - The Runaway Bride Analogy for Self-Discovery
00:33:11 - The Importance of Continual Self-Exploration
00:34:03 - Disconnection from Self: Emotions, Body, and Mind
00:35:17 - Cultural Observations on Flourishing and Self
00:36:07 - The Role of Community and Confidence in Self-Formation
00:37:04 - Finding Meaning in Suffering for Fulfillment
00:38:58 - Psychological Richness and Flexibility
00:39:55 - WEIRD Populations in Psychological Research
00:40:05 - Building Psychological Agility and Inner Safety
00:41:09 - The Relationship with Oneself and Inner Safety
00:42:12 - The Impact of Meaning and Happiness on Well-Being
00:43:45 - The Importance of Emotional and Psychological Flexibility
00:44:59 - Inner Safety and Standing Behind Oneself
00:45:44 - Journaling for Self-Reflection and Well-Being
00:47:55 - The Role of Community and Humor in a Good Life
00:49:28 - Final Thoughts on Self-Reflection and Well-Being
00:50:36 - Where to Find Sara’s Book

Tuesday Apr 09, 2024

In this episode we dive into the extraordinary life journey of a Josh Hernandez. Born and raised in El Paso, Texas, to teenage parents, our guest grew up in a nurturing environment where his father was in trucking and his mother ran a home daycare. This early exposure to leadership and working with people laid the foundation for his path.
Despite growing up in a lower-middle-class household, he found his way to a medical magnet high school situated in a lower socioeconomic area of the city. Here, he formed deep bonds with students from diverse backgrounds, enriching his worldview and empathy.
A self-described late bloomer in sports, he stood at just 4 feet 11 inches and weighed 100 pounds in his freshman year. Choosing to pivot from playing sports, he merged his love for athletics and medicine by becoming an athletic trainer, a decision that would shape his future.
His academic prowess led him to the University of New Mexico on a scholarship. He studied athletic training during this time and also received a scholarship for this. However, a lack of study skills resulted in the loss of this scholarship, bringing him back to El Paso where he attended UTEP. It was here that he honed his study techniques and refocused on a new goal: medical school.
Returning to UNM with a renewed academic scholarship, he graduated with a degree in Exercise Science. He then gained valuable experience working in a cardiac rehab clinic and as a Health Educator. But life had other plans.
In 2003, his father requested his help with a small trucking company, which they expanded from 3 to 75 trucks. Balancing the business with also completing medical school prerequisites, he also completed an MBA in 2007 and gained entry into UT Medical School at Houston in 2008. However, the Financial Crisis demanded more of his time in the family business, leading to a tough decision to step away from medical school.
His life took a profound turn in 2009 with the birth of his first child. This joy was shadowed by a traumatic event in 2013, when his son was attacked by a neighbor's dog, a harrowing experience that deeply impacted him and shaped his outlook on life.
Today, he is a dedicated husband and father of three. In May 2023, his trucking company was acquired, marking a significant transition in his life. Under his leadership, the company earned national recognition from the EPA, winning the Smartway Excellence Award thrice and the Smartway High Performer Award for seven consecutive years, accolades reserved for the top echelons of logistics companies.
 
Continuing on this remarkable journey, after leaving the trucking company, our guest embarked on yet another ambitious venture. Leveraging his diverse experiences in business, healthcare, and management, he founded an artificial intelligence (AI) consulting agency. This venture represents the culmination of his lifelong passion for technology and innovation. His agency specializes in helping businesses integrate AI into their operations, focusing on areas such as machine learning, data analytics, and process automation. His deep understanding of both the technical aspects of AI and the practical needs of businesses positions him uniquely to offer insightful, customized AI solutions. This new chapter in his career is not just a business endeavor but a mission to empower other organizations to harness the transformative power of AI, driving efficiency, innovation, and growth. Join us as we delve deeper into his journey and explore how his AI consulting agency is making a significant impact in the world of technology and business.
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Timestamps:
00:04:01 - Josh's Introduction to Antifragility and Its Application00:06:11 - Proactive Planning and Business Resilience00:08:39 - Honoring Others' Antifragility00:09:25 - Josh's Upbringing and Family Background00:12:11 - Learning from Challenges and Building Resilience00:14:43 - Josh's Academic and Professional Journey00:16:58 - Pivotal Life Events and Adaptability00:19:29 - Josh's Athletic Training and Academic Struggles00:21:36 - Transition from Medical School to Family Business00:23:17 - Overcoming the Financial Crisis with the Family Business00:24:10 - Personal Crisis and Seeking Counseling00:27:22 - The Dog Attack Incident and Its Aftermath00:28:54 - Partnership Announcement with Antifragile Academy00:31:36 - Josh's Approach to Fear and Vulnerability00:33:07 - The Role of Social Support in Resilience00:34:20 - Flexibility and Emotional Response in Antifragility00:36:09 - Social Interaction as a Key to Resilience00:38:26 - Instilling Resilience and Antifragility in Children00:40:22 - Parenting Strategies for Building Resilience00:43:07 - Well-being as a Collective Endeavor00:44:02 - Teaching Children Through Explicit and Implicit Lessons00:46:15 - Personal Anecdotes of Guiding Children's Development

Tuesday Apr 02, 2024

In this episode, we dive into a conversation with Bob Goulet. Bob is an American entrepreneur, inventor, and life artist. He is the inventor on more than two dozen patents globally and is a two-time Inc. 500 award winner who has also been recognized globally in the sciences. 
A passionate student of life, he has traveled the world and studied with many of the greatest spiritual teachers of our time. He also holds a BS and MS in chemical engineering from the University of Connecticut and Clemson University, respectively as well as an MBA from Duke University.
In 2022 Bob published Chasm: A Deep Journey in Meaning and Wholeness, a memoir about Bob’s journey from tragedy to deep personal growth and evolution. 
He currently resides in North Carolina with his son.
 
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Tuesday Mar 26, 2024

In this episode, we dive into a conversation with Jackie Space, a highly accomplished individual with experience in national security, aerospace, and academia. Jackie's journey through professional challenges, failures, and successes sheds light on the concept of anti-fragility. We explore how she navigates discomfort and strives to create opportunities for herself and her daughter. Tune in to gain insights from Jackie's inspiring story and approach to life.
Jackie is a co-founder and senior vice-president of BMNT, a national security focused innovation consultancy and early-stage technology incubator. She was also part of the first teaching team for the Hacking for Defense course at Stanford University, and now supports the expansion of H4D into 30 Universities as an advisory board member of the Common Mission Project, the non-profit that develops and supports H4D and other “Hacking for” programs.
 
Jackie is a thought leader on public-private partnerships, called to the White House and Pentagon to contribute on topics of national security and technology. She is an advisor to the aerospace focused venture capital fund, Kluz Ventures/The Flying Object, and is a contributor to the Defense Investors Network facilitated by BMNT.
 
In her previous service in the Air Force, Jackie led joint aerospace programs for military and intelligence customers. Jackie has a B.S. in Behavioral Sciences from the U.S. Air Force Academy and an M.S. in Systems Engineering from Loyola Marymount University.
 
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Timestamps:
[00:05] Jackie Space's professional background
[04:42] Career-changing experiences.
[12:24] Finding alignment with values.
[13:13] Pursuing a career in space.
[25:10] Commercial Space and Military Challenges.
[29:28] Building a startup in Silicon Valley.
[39:43] Success and Growth Journey.
[42:50] Embracing failure and success.
[49:38] Self-discovery journey.
[55:13] Increased self-awareness through therapy.
[56:26] The myth of productivity hacks.
[01:00:12] Shifting perspective for personal growth.
[01:06:26] Parenting and self-worth.
[01:09:04] Helicopter parenting and independence.

Tuesday Mar 19, 2024

Peter Goldstein is a seasoned entrepreneur, capital markets expert, and investor with over 35 years of diverse international business experience. Throughout his career, he's held pivotal roles, including CEO, chairman, investment banker, founder, board member, investor, and advisor to public, private, and emerging growth companies. 
Peter's achievements span capital markets specializing in equity financing, strategic planning, and transaction structuring. These include numerous successful IPOs, M&A, uplisting, reverse merger transactions, private placements, and crowdfunding campaigns. 
He's the founder of Exchange Listing, LLC, dedicated to facilitating growth companies' listings on esteemed exchanges like NASDAQ and the NYSE, and Emmis Capital, a specialized boutique fund investing in global small and microcap pre-IPO growth companies. 
 
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Timestamps:
00:01:09 - Introducing Peter Goldstein00:02:23 - Peter's background and achievements00:04:34 - Defining Antifragility00:07:46 - The role of adaptability in antifragility00:10:02 - Entrepreneurship and antifragility00:12:36 - Chosen suffering and meaningful pursuits00:14:07 - Peter's early entrepreneurial experiences00:20:29 - The influence of family values on Peter's resilience00:27:44 - Parenting and instilling antifragility00:30:36 - Embracing uncertainty in a global context00:37:11 - Rebuilding After Setbacks00:40:14 - Wellbeing, skills, and performance in Antifragility00:42:41 - Peter's approach to well-being and self-Care00:47:32 - Managing stress and embracing support networks00:50:15 - The role of coaching in optimal Performance00:51:13 - Parenting and teaching antifragility to Kids

Tuesday Mar 12, 2024

Donene Taylor is a professional author and speaker who delivers energizing,
inspirational, and motivational presentations and workshops to many different
communities, teams, and organizations.
 
Donene is the #1 best-selling author of two books. Her first book, Heart of a
Champion, unpacks her journey of self-discovery as she attained her dream to
become a world champion. Her second and latest book, Master the Art of Winning,
provides readers with steps to take so they can dig digger, and do the
transformational work needed to build their Championship Playbook of how-to
rundown their Bold Goals, at an optimal level.
 
Donene is a Certified Mental Performance Coach. She coaches athletes with tried
and true, proven strategies that help them close the gap between where they are
and where they want to be. She empowers athletes to reach their full potential as
they run down their Bold Goals to become the best version of themselves.
 
She joined the Women’s Professional Rodeo Association (WPRA) in 1998 and
became a WPRA World Champion Tie-Down Calf Roper in 2016. Donene is also a
4-time WPRA Mountain States Circuit Champion Tie-Down Calf Roper.
 
Donene and her husband, Stan, reside in one of the best small towns ever,
Glenrock, Wyoming. She continues to compete with the most elite women rodeo
athletes in the world, in the WPRA. Just like you, she has Bold Goals and is running
them down, one step at a time.
 
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Timestamps:
00:27 - Donenes Background and Achievements01:09 - The Role of Antifragility in Life and Parenting02:44 - Donine's Personal Definition of Anti-Fragility03:47 - Misconceptions About Anti-Fragility04:40 - Embracing Vulnerability and Courage05:20 - Breaking Away from Patterns & Overcoming Personal Loops07:09 - A Pivotal Moment at a Bull Riding School10:06 - Seeking Out Role Models and Coaches11:45 - Building an Elite Inner Circle13:01 - The Importance of Support Structures14:28 - The Decision to Seek Help and Change17:12 - The Shift from Resilience to Antifragility18:55 - Leveraging Emotional Regulation for Growth & Antifragility24:09 - The Impact of Family Dynamics on Personal Growth25:18 - The Choice to Survive and Thrive26:13 - Leveraging Negative Emotions for Positive Change27:36 - The Complexity of Parent-Child Relationships34:05 - Creating Space for Mindful Responses37:08 - Being Your Own Best Coach38:19 - Parenting with Antifragility in Mind39:37 - Encouraging Independence in Children40:50 - Balancing Challenge and Support in Parenting42:53 - Allowing Children to Face Challenges45:00 - Teaching Children to Earn Their Achievements47:34 - The Role of Support in Antifragility49:03 - Modeling Antifragility for Children

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