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 300 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 8 days 23 hours 34 minutes


episode 291: Jillian Johnsrud: Money Gives Us Options, But Doesn't Solve Our Problems

Jillian Johnsrud is an author, blogger, podcaster, and coach who covers personal finance. But she’s not just providing stock tips and savings plans. Jillian wants us to rethink our relationship to money itself. This passion is personal for her. When...



episode 290: West Carter: Small Changes Become Huge Results

We don't give much thought to consumer packaging — the "stuff" that all our stuff comes in. But the packaging industry has a massive influence on how we perceive products and the companies that make them. It also plays a huge role in what we’re...



episode 289: Steve Young: Choose Selflessness in a Transactional World

Legendary San Francisco 49ers quarterback Steve Young is a Super Bowl champion, an MVP many times over, and a member of the Football Hall of Fame. His level of elite play required the utmost confidence and perseverance. So why was he going days...



episode 288: Becky Robinson: Your Network Is Bigger (and More Generous) Than You Think

Launching a project, a product, or a work of art that you've spent years creating is terrifying to say the least. That's the space that Becky Robinson thrives in. She's the CEO and founder of Weaving Influence, a marketing agency that specializes in...



episode 287: Stephen M. R. Covey & McKinlee Covey: Manage Things, Lead People

Trust is a thorny topic. In business and relationships, we're always assessing whether someone is trustworthy. But what about our ability to trust others? To delegate those big projects we are so used to doing ourselves? To relinquish control and face...



episode 286: Richie Norton: Value Your Time and Stop Timing Your Values

The only finite resource in our lives and work is time. We always want more, and there's no way to create it. But we can radically rethink how we relate to time. That’s the crux of Richie Norton’s captivating philosophy. He says the tools of...


 2022-08-30  56m

episode 285: Jason Feifer: Want to Succeed? Be Adaptable

This week we cover the one thing we're ALL bad at: Change. Jason Feifer is obsessed with the moral panic we feel when faced with new technologies, trends, and social norms. 19th century musicians despised record players. Elevators would tear apart our...


 2022-08-23  1h4m

episode 284: Regina Kim: How Korean Pop Culture Disrupted Global Entertainment

If your family's viewing habits changed a bit during the pandemic, you're not alone! One enormous trend was the rise of Korean dramas on U.S. streaming services. But entertainment journalist Regina Kim says this has actually been happening for years,...


 2022-08-16  28m

episode 283: Davis Smith (Cotopaxi): Want a Resilient Business? Empower Resilient People

The outdoor brand Cotopaxi is known for colorful backpacks and athleticwear. But its founder and CEO Davis Smith explains that the origin and mission of the company is about much more. Davis had a unique childhood and a profound experience in South...


 2022-08-09  55m

episode 282: Bobbi Rebell: Raising Our Kids to Be "Financial Grown-Ups"

Money can be one of the hardest things to talk about with your kids. It's emotional, and often tied to feelings of generational self-worth. But just like the "Birds and the Bees," we also need to be honest about "Dollars and Cents." That's where...


 2022-08-02  40m