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The Conscious PIVOT Podcast

From entrepreneurship and leadership – to purpose and spirituality – the Conscious PIVOT Podcast is the place for powerful insights, interviews, stories, tools, and actionable advice from people who have successfully reinvented some area of their business and personal life. Gain greater insights to navigate your own pivot, learn how to fully embrace new opportunities, increase your performance, master the art and science of innovation and resilience, and love your life!
Join Adam for a much needed dose of energy, HEART and real talk. Let your pivot begin!

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  Colin Morgan is a professional golfer turned successful entrepreneur who now hosts the popular business podcast, The Daily Grind. He also runs the company, Plan 2 Profit, with his father Paul Morgan. Colin shares his most impactful pivot stories and success rituals, including when he came to the realization that golf wasn’t for him (despite it driving most of his life!). As a result, Colin believes that self-awareness and understanding who you are and
PR 73 | Love What You’re Doing
  What brings us personal and professional joy? Sheri Salata has learned that it’s handling what’s in front of you ….. with love. Sheri is the co-host of the popular podcast series This Is Fifty with Sheri and Nancy and co-founder of the media company STORY and Orange Dragon Productions. Sheri was also an executive producer of the Oprah Winfrey show where she gained a valuable piece of advice that informed her next twenty years:
PR 72 | Do What You Love
The real key to happiness is knowing who you are. Most of us are so lost in everyday life that we don’t know what our purpose is, what we are good at, and what truly brings us joy. Most of us are caught up in only focusing on wanting to make a comfortable living. Japanese novelist Ken Honda, known as the “Warren Buffet of Japan”, argues that if you know who you are and what
PR 71 | Create Your Own Life Experience
Award-winning filmmaker, educator and creativity coach Barnet Bain believes that you can consciously create your own life experience – including how people experience you. Barnet shares his strategies for how to do this, including the willingness to be brand new in the very next moment. He also discusses the role of humility as a great foundation for a successful pivot. Of course, it’s harder to let go of the things that worked for you than
PR 70 | Social Change
Maria Nemeth helps purpose-driven people everywhere see their greatness and bring it to life. Maria is a lifelong agent for social change. She believes in the great creative opportunity represented by change and our ability to embrace it. Maria is the author of two highly acclaimed books, both of which give people an immediate way to begin putting success principles into practice in their lives. An expert in leadership excellence, personal and professional development and
PR 69 | Fulfilling Your True Life's Purpose
Sometimes people think that when you find your purpose the angels appear, the violins play, the rainbows gild the bright sky and everything is just hunky-dory. However, Kute Blackson, dubbed as the next generation leader in the field of personal development, believes that when you find your true life’s purpose and you’re following your truth, that’s when the challenges start. In those moments when we’re faced with difficulties and roadblocks, we’re being prepared and groomed
PR 68 | Deal With Change
It’s a constant in the universe that everything changes. There are changes that we welcome. There are changes that come out of nowhere and catch us off guard. And, there are also changes that we’re consciously creating. How do you deal with change – both the unexpected and the planned – AND continue to live in harmony and enjoy our lives? Author, speaker and executive coach Dr. Ken Druck says all these changes and things
PR 67 | Public Speaking
Before Mary Cheyne went onto become the 2009 World Champion of Public Speaking, she was a shy computer programmer who hid behind her computer because she was too self-conscious. Many of you might feel the same or have felt that way at one point or another. When Mary started to realize that she wasn’t being true to herself and that there was so much within her to express, she started on her public speaking journey.
PR 66 | Compassionate Capitalism
Relationships are fundamental. The quality of our life is equal to the quality of our relationships. Every relationship has ups and downs, peaks and valleys, and having the skill set to build relationships gives you the ability to create and sustain high-quality relationships. Blaine Bartlett, CEO and president of the consulting firm Avatar Resources, Inc. says the average length of most of his client engagements runs about a decade, which in the consulting business is