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 308 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 9 days 6 hours 18 minutes


episode 299: Jennifer Moss: The Cure For Burnout Isn't Self-Care

A healthy amount of stress is so important for personal growth, but chronic stress that demands our attention 24/7 can disconnect us from our work, colleagues, and purpose. This is burnout, and Jennifer Moss observes that we are facing an epidemic....



episode 298: Steve Arntz: Your True Purpose May Not Be Revealed Yet

Even when our best laid plans are rock-solid, life (and the marketplace) has other ideas. Some surveys suggest that 70% of successful businesses end up doing something they never intended in the beginning. For career and personal growth, being...



episode 297: Will Ahmed: What You Measure Matters

Will Ahmed and this podcast have a mission in common: To maximize human potential. For Will, it’s all about the data of health. He’s the founder and CEO of WHOOP, which makes wearable tech-like fitness bands that track things like heart rate,...



episode 296: Brad Feld & Matt Blumberg: How to Get the Most From Your Board of Directors

What is a board of directors? What is its purpose, and what makes for a good board member? And how can you get value from a board, especially if you're a startup? This week, we have another tactical learning episode to answer these questions and much...



episode 295: Jesse Iwuji: Never Let Someone's Opinion of You Become Your Reality

Jesse Iwuji is a first-generation Nigerian-American, U.S. Navy reserve officer, college football star, and if that’s not enough: an accomplished and beloved professional NASCAR driver. So, how did he become a racing star? He just … wanted it. And...



episode 294: Arthur Brooks: Are You Investing in Your "Happiness 401k?"

Many successful people at the top of their field hit a certain age, and the excitement of work starts to diminish. It may seem counterintuitive: Wouldn't mastery lead to satisfaction? Social scientist and author Arthur C. Brooks thinks of it another...


 2022-10-25  41m

episode 293: Annie Duke

On this week's show we have Annie Duke, professional poker champion turned decision strategist. She's written the best seller "Thinking in Bets" and  her new book is titled "Quit".


 2022-10-18  53m

episode 292: David Epstein: Why Experimentation (Not Narrow Focus) Is Key to Long-term Success

David Epstein is an investigative journalist and author who is fascinated by extraordinary people. Are they born this way? Is it their upbringing? A lot of “hard work?” Modern thinking about this, spearheaded by Malcom Gladwell, points to "10,000...


 2022-10-11  1h4m

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...


 2022-10-04  45m

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...


 2022-09-27  41m