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.

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      Episode 33: Luvvie Ajayi


      Join us as we talk to Luvvie Ajayi, author ofThe New York Times best selling book, I'm Judging You: The Do Right Manual. How did Luvvie adjust to the transition of moving from Nigeria to the U.S.? How did she acquire her comedic super powers? How does it feel to have Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers adapt her book as a comedy series? Tune in and find out.

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      Episode 33: Luvvie Ajayi


      Join us as we talk to Luvvie Ajayi, author ofThe New York Times best selling book, I'm Judging You: The Do Right Manual. How did Luvvie adjust to the transition of moving from Nigeria to the U.S.? How did she acquire her comedic super powers? How does it feel to have Shonda Rhimes and Betsy Beers adapt her book as a comedy series? Tune in and find out.

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      Episode 32: Scott Pulsipher


      Join us today as we talk with Amazon alumnus Scott Pulsipher. We will be discussing his current position as president of Western Governors University. What's it like to sit across the table from a less than pleased Jeff Bezos? Join us and find out.

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      Episode 31: Claude Silver


      Claude Silver is CHO at VaynerMedia. As CHO, as in Chief Heart Operator, Claude takes care of the 800 or so ‘heartbeats’ employed by the company. With her fingers on the pulse of the company’s internal wellbeing, Claude works to provide a joyful company culture to match an efficient product. She encourages employees to grow beyond their comfort zone – but also makes sure to constantly expand beyond her own.

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      Episode 30: Susan McPherson


      Susan McPherson is the president of McPherson Strategies, a communications consultancy. Join us as Susan gives a lesson on Corporate Social Responsibility, and shares how she dealt with the ultimate disruption.

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       2017-10-19

      Episode 29: Walter O'Brien


      Walter O’Brien has been a disruptor since grade school in Ireland. His thriving career in computer services is rooted in his lifelong interest in IT – and it’s even led to a CBS TV series based on his company, Scorpion. Another one of his companies has even redefined what a ‘concierge’ is.

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      26m
       2017-10-11

      Episode 28: Feyzi Fatehi


      Feyzi Fatehi is the C.E.O. of Corent Technology, a revolutionary cloud management platform. Join us as Feyzi tells us about his love for mountain climbing, shares his amazement of American freedom, and explains why companies should SaaSify.

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      29m
       2017-10-05

      Episode 27: Karen Walrond


      Karen Walrond is an author, photographer, speaker, and former attorney who left her career in law after her body signaled to her that she needed a change. She listed the things she loves to do and paved her own path to success. Now, she’s a published author, paid public speaker, and curator of the blog Chookooloonks, which features her writings and photography.

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       2017-09-28

      Episode 26: Alden Mills


      Alden Mills is the former Navy Seal turned entrepreneur, who gave us The Perfect Push Up. Join us as we discuss his latest book, "Be Unstoppable", how his childhood nickname proved to be a source of strength, and the inspiration behind his newest innovation.

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      29m
       2017-09-14

      Episode 25: Live Coaching with Stacy Olsen Distefano


      A special live coaching episode: Whitney helps listener Stacy Olsen Distefano figure out how to create a satisfying future in her career. After 10 years at her organization, Stacy has recently moved into a new innovation role – but is staying the right path? Or would finding a new position elsewhere be the revitalizing answer she seeks?

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      39m
       2017-08-31