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Bi-weekly conversation between Sara Harvey Yao and a thought-leader. Topics ranges from new ways of leading at work, navigating your inner world and shifting relationships with practical life issues like money, parenting and intimacy.

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Mindful Parenting: Helping Kids Use Their Internal Guidance w/ Sharon Ballantine
Join us for a moving discussion on how we as business leaders can be leaders at home too, in a healthy and proactive way with our kids. Each of us possesses our own internal compass that will always direct us to our best answers. Bio:  Sharon Ballantine has always felt that one of her missions in life was to be the best parent she could possibly be. She has raised three children and her greatest joy is being with them. She is a parenting coach, life coach and founder of The Ballantine Parenting Institute—her online course for parents. She has just completed her first book, "The Art of Blissful Parenting – Teaching Your Children How To Follow Their Internal Guidance" in which she guides parents on the practical and spiritual aspects of raising happy, self-reliant kids. Her core message is that by following our own Internal Guidance System and teaching our children to follow theirs, parents have more freedom and ease in their relationship with their children.  View Sharon Online  Website | Facebook | Twitter | LinkedIn | Google+ | Youtube | Instagram
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Cultivating Work-Life Balance & Wellness Through Mindfulness w/ Jennifer Wolkin
  In this age of mass distraction, honing our ability to cultivate work-life balance has never been more crucial. More and more, we are sacrificing our overall wellness by pushing ourselves mentally and physically in a quest to do it all.  We are working longer hours and never “turning off”.  This leads to chronic stress, which wreaks havoc on our mind, bodies, and brains.  As our stress levels spike, our ability to be present in our lives diminishes, and both our personal and professional selves feel compromised. By practicing mindfulness techniques, we can learn to tune into what we truly need to nourish ourselves, reduce stress, and thrive as an integrated and whole person.  Bio: Jennifer Wolkin, PhD is a NYC-based licensed clinical health and neuropsychologist, writer, speaker, and adjunct professor.  She recently founded her blog and online community, BrainCurves™, a space inspired by a mind-body-brain approach to living your best life. To find Jennifer Wolkin online: Twitter: @Braincurves FB: https://www.facebook.com/BrainCurves/ Website: http://jenniferwolkinphd.com/speaking-and-workshops/
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A New Model of Leadership w/ Betsy Leatherman President of The Leadership Circle
What does leadership look like when it is rooted in collaboration, support, awareness and creativity all the way through the organization from top to bottom and bottom to top? In this episode, we will explore creative and aware leadership with the President of The Leadership Circle, Betsy Leatherman. Not only will we discuss what this new model of leadership looks like, but we’ll also explore the tangible and robust results that emerge when an organization leads from creativity and awareness rather than reactivity.  Bio: Betsy Leatherman is the president of both The Leadership Circle and Full Circle Group.  Her global role includes growth strategy, operational performance, deep customer intimacy and employee engagement for both brands.  When she isn’t spending her time with customers working through ways to help them reach their goals, she is listening to practitioners and learning of new ways to help them improve their businesses.  With a background in marketing and consulting she loves to listen and solve problems.  She may be a little addicted to leadership as a solution to create excellent business results, but shouldn’t she be?  When she isn’t passionately pursuing excellence with her clients, she can be found at a hockey rink with her husband Mike watching their true loves, Riley (10) and Kieran (8), be strong future leaders on the ice and in their hometown of Wayzata, Minnesota.  
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How Mindfulness Enhances Executive Leadership w/ David Brendel & Emmie Stamell
On today's show we welcome David Brendel, MD, PhD and Emmie Roe Stamell, RYT, CAy where will discuss the ways in which stress management and mindfulness strategies can improve leadership capacity. Poorly managed stress has deleterious effects on the brain and degrades executive functions such as priority setting, critical reasoning, and decision making. Effective leaders manage stress proactively and can benefit from a variety of mindfulness strategies to help them maintain calm and steadiness, even under conditions of uncertainty and rapid change. When they incorporate mindfulness strategies (such as controlled breathing, meditation, and yoga) into their daily routines, they place themselves in an optimal position to embrace leadership qualities such as emotional intelligence, collaborative team building, and strategic thinking. Since leaders set the tone and shape the culture of the workplace, the benefits of mindfulness can propagate themselves across entire companies and organizations. Bios: David Brendel, MD, PhD, is an executive coach, leadership development specialist, and psychiatrist based in the Boston area. He is founder and director of Leading Minds Executive Coaching, LLC. Follow him on Twitter @DrDavidBrendel and on LinkedIn. Emmie Roe Stamell, RYT, CAy is a mindfulness meditation specialist, certified Kripalu Yoga teacher, and certified Ayurvedic practitioner. She is an associate of Leading Minds Executive Coaching, LLC and director of the Sukha Yoga practice in the Boston area.
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Stop Living Your "Plan B" with Warren and Betsy Talbot
Do you feel like you are overwhelmed with life? Does it seem like you are living your "plan B" while regretting never going after Plan A? Today's guests, Warren & Betsy Talbot from An Uncluttered Life will show you the secret to eliminating that feeling and give you actionable steps to creating room to finally go after what you've always wanted.
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Bankable Leadership with Dr. Tasha Eurich
In today’s volatile economic climate, the consistent pressure to lead without sacrificing team performance, keep employees happy, and drive bottom-line results can be overwhelming - and even seem impossible. Dr. Tasha Eurich is an organizational psychologist, a speaker, and New York Times best-selling author. Over the course of her career as a leadership consultant, she has helped all types of organizations to improve the effectiveness of their leaders and teams. Learn how anyone—whether you’re a formal leader or an informal one—can become a better leader by making small, incremental changes to their leadership approach. 
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Mastering Leadership: The Universal Model of Leadership w/ Bob Anderson
Leadership is an overlooked competitive opportunity. The top leadership of most organizations is both the higher impact group in the organization and the most expensive.  The organization will not perform at a level higher than the collective effectiveness of its leadership.  What is the cost of ineffectiveness at these levels?  We think high. In this episode we will explore the key elements of conscious leader framework and how it can broaden, deepen and accelerate our efforts to develop effective leaders for the complex future that is already upon us.  Effective Leadership is Conscious Competence—a well practiced outer game arising and being mediated by an highly mature inner game.
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"The Power of Non-Violent Communication" with Kristie McLean
Kristie McLean is a multimedia global storyteller, certified coach and humanitarian activist focusing on teaching Non-Violent Communication (NVC). NVC is based on historical principles of nonviolence-- the natural state of compassion when no violence is present in the heart. NVC reminds us what we already instinctively know about how effective it is to authentically connect to another human being. We’ll be exploring how we can use NVC at work and home to help us create even more peace and effectiveness. 
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Raising Relational Kids in a Screen-Driven World with Arlene Pellicane
Arlene Pellicane is the co-author of Growing Up Social: Raising Relational Kids in a Screen-Driven World.  Her other books include 31 Days to Becoming a Happy Mom.  Arlene has appeared on the Today Show, Fox & Friends, and Focus on the Family.  She and her husband James have three children. 
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What Are You Waiting For?: Overcoming Procrastination with Debbie Rosemont
Procrastination happens, but you don’t have to wait for solutions. Join Debbie Rosemont, Certified Professional Organizer and Productivity Consultant from Simply Placed, and Sara Harvey Yao,  Executive Leadership Consultant from Yao Consulting Group, as they discuss smart and practical strategies busy professionals can use for combating procrastination and getting things done. You’ll be poised to conquer procrastination now, instead of later.  
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Listening with Presence with Pamela Saari
The act of listening with presence is one of the most powerful thing we can offer ourselves and others. However, consciously listening is easier said than done! Without even knowing it, almost everyone listens through a set of “filters and shields” in the form of trying to fix, rebut, minimize, compare, or finding fault.  When we listen with more consciousness, our exhanges become more authenitc, creative and effective. In this engaging podcast, we will discuss how we can listen more objectively to ourselves and to those in our lives.  
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Living and Working with Impact and Balance with Mitch Shepard
Mitch Shephard is the Found of WiRL, an online leadership program for aspiring women seeking career success and a balanced life.  WiRL brings together world renowned speakers, best selling authors, and leadership gurus to provide women with the practical skills and invaluable inspiration needed to elevate their lives - in work and at home.
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"Why compassion is essential for the health and well being..." w/ Emily Hine
Emily Hine is a Certified Compassion Cultivation Training™ Teacher from the Center for Compassion and Altruism Research and Education at Stanford University. Over the last 25 years, she has raised over $150 million for nonprofits, worked at Microsoft with Bill Gates, organized a global compassion movement with The Dalai Lama and healed herself from cancer without surgery or chemotherapy. Through her teaching, speaking and writing, Emily now devotes her time to helping people find inner peace and compassion in this beautiful, chaotic world of ours.
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Learning from the Inside Out with Janice Houlihan
Janice is a Co-Founder of Inner Explorer.  She came to know mindful awareness through her lifelong (since age 6) friend, Laura.  Having started a mindful practice as an adult, she thought “If I had only had this when I was younger”!  With the benefits of her individual practice and her lifelong friend beside her, she is now on a path to bring about peace to the world starting with children. Inner Explorer has designed a mindfulness program for K-12 school age children that is scalable and sustainable.  They believe starting with children as young as 3 or 4 can help to make changes in our educational system as well as the individual lives of the next generation to help bring forth peace to the world.
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Cultivating Leadership Presence: Mining the Gold Within with Anakha Comen
Anakha speaks, teaches and consults with leaders and organizations worldwide. Her clients include Intel, Nike, The Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, Seattle's Children Hospital, the Mindfulness as Medicine initiative, Save the Children and Parker Hannifin. She designed and co-authored the foundational curriculum for Intel’s corporate mindfulness program in 2011, then co-founded and launched Awake@Intel, a successful initiative to realize the potential of employee and corporate intelligence. She is currently launching a new business and program called Awake at Work -- a mindfulness based program to awaken creative genius and inspire a culture of engagement and excellence.
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Craft your Sacred Money Practice with Mikelann Valterra - Seattle Money Coach
I have been on the receiving end of Mikelann's coaching on creating a healthy relationship with money and am excited to have her share her brilliance with us on this show! Here's a word from Mikelann: Over the years, I have found that many leaders have developed their own “sacred money practice” or at some point, strive to do so. It grounds them and helps them access their deepest visions for their lives. As a money coach, I’ve found that most people do benefit from creating a personal money ritual. Simply put- this is a habit or practice for getting in touch with your money on a regular basis.  Like all practices—spiritual practice (meditation) or physical practice (daily walk), a practice is simply the regular performance of some activity, undertaken for the purposes of bringing oneself greater harmony and peace. And presence. All great practices are designed to walk you down a path toward a goal. Most leaders embrace  goals of less stress, more peace, more enjoyment of life, and more presence. A sacred money practice brings them all this and more.  
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"The Introvert Entrepreneur" with Beth Buelow
Beth Buelow (BEE-low), ACC, CPC, is on a mission to create a world where introverts can be wildly successful while still being authentic. Through her business, The Introvert Entrepreneur, she offers speaking, coaching, and seminar services to individuals and corporations. Her first book, “Insight: Reflections on the Gifts of Being an Introvert,” is available through Amazon.com.
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Sensational Shift with Dr. Susan Bernstein
Dr. Susan Bernstein offers a unique mind/body perspective on shifting into your leadership presence, and she shares it in a way that will leave you feeling uplifted, inspired, and powerful -- from head to toe. As a Career Empowerment + Leadership Coach and founder of The Sensational Shift (www.SensationalShift.com), Susan believes that creating a sensational life and livelihood involves getting in touch with your body's sensations. For 20 years, she held demanding executive development and management consulting roles at major corporations including Franklin-Covey, Intel, and Accenture. She later pursued PhD level training in the cutting-edge perspectives of Somatic Psychology, also known as mind/body psychology, which draws from neuroscience, neurobiology, and mindfulness practices. She offers deep psychological insights into the nature of personal and professional resilience. Susan blends her talents to help busy professionals shift out of stress and into their most sensational selves. Susan earned her MBA at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and both an MA and a PhD in Somatic Psychology (also known as Mind-Body Psychology) at the Chicago School for Professional Psychology's Santa Barbara Campus.
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Nothing Changes Until You Do with Mike Robbins
In this episode we'll be talking with Mike Robbins, about his new book, Nothing Changes Until You Do.  Mike believes much of what we attempt to do in life is fairly simple; but it's dealing with ourselves that is often most challenging. When we practice kindness towards ourselves and learn to make peace with who we are and what’s happening right now, we’re not only able to create the kind of experiences and outcomes we truly desire, but also to have an authentic sense of joy and gratitude within ourselves, as well as in the most important relationships and activities in our lives. Mike delivers inspirational keynotes and seminars around world to people of all kinds. Some of his clients include Google, Wells Fargo, Twitter, Gap, Schwab, and the San Francisco Giants. He’s a former pro baseball player who has been speaking, writing, and coaching for the past thirteen years. His previous books, Focus on the Good Stuff and Be Yourself, Everyone Else is Already Taken, have been translated into fourteen different languages.
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Making a Sensational Shift in Your Leadership with Dr. Susan Bernstein
Dr. Susan Bernstein offers a unique mind/body perspective on shifting into your leadership presence, and she shares it in a way that will leave you feeling uplifted, inspired, and powerful -- from head to toe. As a Career Empowerment + Leadership Coach and founder of The Sensational Shift (www.SensationalShift.com), Susan believes that creating a sensational life and livelihood involves getting in touch with your body's sensations. For 20 years, she held demanding executive development and management consulting roles at major corporations including Franklin-Covey, Intel, and Accenture. She later pursued PhD level training in the cutting-edge perspectives of Somatic Psychology, also known as mind/body psychology, which draws from neuroscience, neurobiology, and mindfulness practices. She offers deep psychological insights into the nature of personal and professional resilience. Susan blends her talents to help busy professionals shift out of stress and into their most sensational selves. Susan earned her MBA at UC Berkeley’s Haas School of Business and both an MA and a PhD in Somatic Psychology (also known as Mind-Body Psychology) at the Chicago School for Professional Psychology's Santa Barbara Campus.  
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Conversation with Jennifer Mueller
Succeeding in Business:  Lessons on Presence from the Seahawks  The Seattle Seahawk's Super Bowl win provided more than just  great highlights, it serves as a case study for how to succeed in business.  In this episode, we will be talking with Jen Mueller, Seahawks sideline reporter and the owner of Talk Sporty to Me.  We’ll get her insights on how the Seahawks approach presence and leadership inside the locker room and understand how you can apply those concepts to create more success in business.
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Exploring Mindful Leadership with Maria Gonzalez
“Exploring Mindful Leadership” with guest, Maria Gonazlez author of, "Mindful Leadership: 9 Ways to Self-Awareness, Transforming Yourself and Inspiring Others."  Marie gives the definition of Mindful Leadership and offers several easy-to-apply tools and techniques to help you be more present and mindful as you lead.   Click here to visit Maria's website.  
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Conversation with Chris Murchison
“Practicing Conscious Leadership” with guest Chris Murchison, Vice President of Staff Development and Culture at Hopelab*.  We'll be talking about how he navigates his personal practice of conscious leadership and how he brings it into his organization. Click here to learn more about Hopelab. *Hopelab is a medical research company out of the Silicon Valley working to harness the power and appeal of technology to improve human health and well-being. They are currently researching and developing new social technologies to promote human resilience and improve both psychological and biological health and well-being.
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Conversation with Marie Rose Phan-Le
“The Promise of Presence” with guest, Marie-Rose Phan-Le, award winning film director and media consultant. Marie-Rose has been one of the most influential teachers throughout my own practice of being more present and learning to lead more powerfully.  Her story of how she started practicing and where that has taken her in her leadership is truly inspiring. Click here to learn more about Marie-Rose’s film.
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Conversation with Molly Gordon
Join The Whole Leader Podcast show in this conversation with Molly Gordon. Have you ever been in a meeting where people aren't present?  They are talking over each other, coming up with the same old ideas and not making progress?  In this episode, Master Certified Coach, Molly Gordon gives us specific and actionable tools to help groups and individuals access a higher level of thinking so they can truly be creative and collaborative.   Click here to visit Molly's website.
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Creativity and Presence
Have you ever been in a meeting where people aren't present?  They are talking over each other, coming up with the same old ideas and not making progress?  In this episode, Master Certified Coach, Molly Gordon gives us specific and actionable tools to help groups and individuals access a higher level of thinking so they can truly be creative and collaborative.  
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