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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!
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Episode Blogs

PR Dr. John Demartini | Resilient Mind
  There’s a lot of stress when you face tons of challenges. But how do you deal with that stress? How do you make opportunities out of them? In this episode, Dr. John Demartini, the author of the Resilient Mind, shares his insights on how you can face challenges and stress and make opportunities out of it. When you are stuck with your interpretation of reality towards others, that’s when your resilience and adaptability become
PR Heather Hansen | Replant Yourself
  To be an effective leader, you must replant yourself regularly. Owning what is in your life, being transparent about it, and developing credibility with others is the key to success in business and in life. In this episode, Heather Hansen shares her pivotal story and insights on leadership, credibility, and transparency. Heather is a Keynote speaker, consultant, trainer & author of The Elegant Warrior and Advocate to Win. Heather shares how the idea of
PR Dr. Darria Long | Burnout
  Dr. Darria Long Gillespie is a Harvard and Yale-trained emergency physician and a regular health expert on CNN, NBC, and Netflix. She is also a nationally best-selling author and a widely viewed TEDx speaker. She joins Adam Markel to share how to escape the grip of burnout that kills us bit by bit in form of self-comparison, stress, and anxiety. She opens up how her experience as a patient made her realize how to