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 41m. Bisher sind 259 Folge(n) erschienen. Dies ist ein wöchentlich erscheinender Podcast.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 7 days 12 hours 41 minutes


episode 244: Bob Proctor: Change Your Paradigm Change Your Life (Encore)

We are excited to share a bonus episode with you this week. It's our conversation with Bob Proctor, originally published in March of 2021. Bob Proctor is a towering figure wherever the mention of self-improvement comes into discussion. For more than...


 2021-11-25  44m

episode 243: Emma McAdam: Stop Trying to Feel Better and Get Better at Feeling

Mental health has never been more top-of-mind than in recent years, and Emma McAdam has built an extraordinary therapeutic resource in an unlikely place: YouTube. Emma is a licensed marriage and family therapist best known for her incredibly popular...


 2021-11-23  52m

episode 242: Smart Growth: Why My Friend "Eviscerated" the First Draft of My Book

This week, the tables are turned when the host becomes the guest on her own show. Amy Humble, president of Disruption Advisors, interviews Whitney about the challenge and personal growth that comes out of writing a book. Smart Growth, which expounds...


 2021-11-16  44m

episode 241: Tanya Dalton: When We Don't Know What's Possible, Anything's Possible

If you're not great at long-term planning, you're not alone. In fact, the human brain is wired to seek short-term gains. Neuroscience even shows that we perceive our "future selves" as strangers — people we're aware of, but don't know personally....


 2021-11-09  42m

episode 240: Rob Cross: The Invisible Cost of Dysfunctional Collaboration

If your company has too many meetings, this week's episode is a must-listen. Email, Slack, and Zoom are technologies built to make us more productive. But when we use meetings and messages to solve all our problems, it leaves little time to actually...


 2021-11-02  47m

episode 239: John Tesh: How Positive Thinking (Literally) Saved My Life

John Tesh wears many hats: News reporter, sports commentator, TV host, radio personality, composer, author, and touring musician to name a few. What you may not know is how a variety of mistakes and "crimes" (as he puts it!) lead him to become a...


 2021-10-26  1h10m

episode 238: 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....


 2021-10-19  1h2m

episode 237: Steve Bullock: What Golf Pioneers Teach Us About Taking Risks

Even if you don't play golf, there's a surprising amount to learn from pro golfers who broke with tradition to "swing their own swing." That's what Steve Bullock learned when he analyzed tons of data for his book Out of the Box Golf....


 2021-10-12  33m

episode 236: Pamay Bassey: Make Learning Your Superpower

A 21st century career path can take many twists and turns. The skills you learn for one S Curve may not map perfectly to the next. That's why learning is the most important skill of all. That's some wisdom from Ekpedeme “Pamay” Bassey, the Chief...


 2021-10-05  42m

episode 235: Leena Nair: Raise Your Hand for the Hardest Job

We all have jobs to pay the bills, but what is your purpose? And what's your company's purpose? Leena Nair asks these questions every day. She's the chief human resources officer at Unilever. She's also the first female, first Asian, and youngest CHRO...


 2021-09-28  43m