Disrupt Yourself Podcast with Whitney Johnson

Best-selling author Whitney Johnson (“Disrupt Yourself”) explores her passion for personal disruption through engaging conversations with disruptors. Each episode of this podcast reveals new insights about how we work, learn, and live.


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 42m. Bisher sind 360 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 10 days 22 hours 20 minutes


episode 350: 350 Scott Edinger: Ask Yourself, 'Would You Pay For Your Own Sales Call?'

There’s an allure around the idea of sales. It’s the same allure they packaged so neatly in the show Mad Men, all confidence and charisma. But take it from the other perspective – have you ever had such a pushy car salesman, that you just left...



episode 349: 349 Alex Osterwalder: Finding The Beauty In Your Company's Organizational Chart

Growing your people to grow your organization – it makes sense, right? But what about approaching the problem from the other direction – growing your organization, to grow your people? When’s the last time you looked at the state of your org...



episode 348: 348 Scott Osman and Jacquelyn Lane: Learning To Make The Most Of The Hard Truths

Coaching often involves speaking a truth the other person doesn’t really want to hear. Even when we’re lost for direction, being pointed in the right way can feel like this indictment on being lost in the first place. But a lot of clients will...



episode 347: 347 Austin Hillam: Lessons From A 22-Year-Old Garage Entrepreneur

It’s just the nature of our show that we often talk to folks in the mastery part of their professional S-Curve. It’s easy to talk to a CEO about leadership. It’s also another fact that our guests tend to be older – at least, out of college....



episode 346: 346 Dr. Bill Kapp: So You Want To Become A Leader In Your Health. How Do You Start?

If we’re being honest, we’ve all felt the toll of going into a meeting on a couple hours sleep and a double espresso. The work can often come first, and the body comes second. But as leaders, we can’t do our job effectively if we’re jittery...



345 Melissa Werneck: It's Not Just Strength In Numbers, It's Growth Too

The last time you had to navigate change – real, structural change – who did you turn to? When we’re working from a place of ambiguity, when we’re stuck inside our own head, another person can make all the difference. But let’s be honest,...


 2023-10-31  43m

episode 344: 344 Stuart Crainer and Des Dearlove: How Do We Think About Top Thinkers?

We throw around this term a lot in the management profession, in the coaching profession, really everywhere in business – top thinker.  But how often do we really interrogate that title? Because, really, wouldn’t we all like to think of...


 2023-10-24  49m

episode 343: 343 James E. Dixon: Finding 'Absolute Motivation' By Showing Your Scars

For all the credit Superman gets, for being the Man of Steel, do you think he ever cries? When he’s Clark Kent, working at the paper, do you think Superman’s ever broken down in a bathroom stall? When he’s flying folks out of a burning building,...


 2023-10-17  42m

episode 342: 342 Lori Winkler: There Is No Work You Or Home You, Only The Real You

When you’re making decisions, professional or personal, what’s your north star? How many people know your north star? How many of your colleagues know what you’ve built your life around? There’s this idea, of leaving home at home and only...


 2023-10-10  45m

341 Chris Rainey: What Do We Really Mean When We Say 'Human Resources?'

 Human resources can be a funny term. What kind of resources do we rely on as humans? Food, water, shelter – but what about emotional resources? What about the resources to become a good person, not just a healthy person? In a company, human...


 2023-10-03  58m