Case Kenny is the Editor-in-Chief and founder of PRSUIT.com, a daily email newsletter he started way back in 2014. Aside from providing his readers with “perspective that inspires” through the daily emails he sends out, Case also motivates others by providing transparent, long-form, and substantive content aimed to help people become the badass humans they are capable of becoming. Thanks to his brilliant, thought-provoking, and inspiring content, he was able to build a massive social media following (163k followers on Instagram) and an even bigger readership (400, 000 to 700, 000 per month) over the years.
Always looking for new ways to challenge himself, he started the iTunes top ranked podcast New Mindset, Who Dis in June of 2018. Through the podcast, Case shares short, real, and relatable conversations from wellness and self-help down to mindsets. He also imparts personal and practical insights to help his listeners live purposeful, passionate, and happy lives.
The brilliant writer, successful entrepreneur, and prolific podcaster writes everyday and records his podcast twice a week. A University of Notre Dame graduate, Case also speaks Mandarin, Hindi, Urdu, and Arabic. He is also regularly featured in publications like The Chicago Tribune, Entrepreneur Magazine, Inc., Forbes, Made Magazine, and many others.
This week’s episode talks about the idea behind the podcast New Mindset Who Dis, what vesting is, and why sales is a powerful thing.
Case also shares what his workflow is like, how he manages his time and how he gets sponsors, and why he thinks there’s so much power in perspective.
On the power of mindset, Case has this to say, “Your mindset is so powerful that once you adjust your mindset, your actions follow, your happiness follows, and your fulfilment follows.”
Marsha Shandur is a story coach, networking mentor, and memory scavenger at Yes Yes Marsha. She helps leaders and entrepreneurs by teaching them how to make instant and powerful emotional connections with collaborators and dream clients. Marsha is also the host of the podcast Marsha Meets . . . On the show, she has interviewed brilliant comedians like Rufus Hound, Greg Davies, Stewart Lee, and Russell Kane. The show has been hailed twice as one of the world’s Top Ten Best Comedy Podcasts by The Guardian.
Marsha is also the co-author of the book Off The Mic: The World’s Best Stand Up Comedians Get Serious About Comedy. The book talks about the mechanics of stand-up comedy and features interviews with 43 comedians including Lewis Black, Marc Maron, Sarah Millican, and Eddie Izzard. The book was nominated for a Chortle Award and The Independent considered it “Fascinating—part textbook, part therapist’s notebook.”
Marsha’s Master’s degree in Psychology coupled by her more than a decade experience as producer and radio presenter gave her a good and thorough understanding of how connections are made. She now runs True Stories Told Live, Toronto’s biggest storytelling show and has told her story in Toronto, London, and in front of 3, 000 people at Portland’s World Domination Summit.
This week’s episode talks about content mapping and why it’s important, what the primacy and recency effects are, and the neurology of storytelling and how it works.
Marsha also shares why it pays to practice when it comes to storytelling, her thoughts on brevity when telling a story, and what networking is and why it has a less than desirable connotation.
When it comes to storytelling, Gretchen has this to say, “People seem to think that storytelling is the skill that you have or you don’t. And it’s not. It’s a learned set of rules.”
Gretchen Rubin is one of today’s most thought-provoking and influential observers of human nature and happiness. She has been known for her gift of distilling and conveying complex concepts with clarity and humor and making it accessible to a wider audience. Dubbed as “the queen of the self-help memoir” by the New York Times, she lists being interviewed by Oprah, having dinner with Daniel Kahneman, and walking arm-in-arm with the Dalai Lama as some her writing career’s highlights.
Gretchen is the author of several books, including the New York Time bestsellers Better Than Before, The Four Tendencies, and the Happiness Project. Thanks to her enormous readership, her books have been translated in more than thirty languages and has sold over 3.5 million copies worldwide. As if not enough, her book The Happiness Project was on the bestseller list for two years!
In her work, Gretchen draws inspiration from the wisdom of the ages, cutting-edge science, lessons from pop culture, and from her very own experiences to explore how people can live happier, healthier, and more creative and productive lives. In her new book Outer Order, Inner Calm, Gretchen shares 150 straightforward and concrete clutter-clearing ideas her readers can pick from so they can create a serene and more orderly environment—one that will help them live the lives they yearn for.
This week’s episode talks about the one minute rule and how it can dramatically change one’s day, what the concept of “acting the way we feel” is all about, and why we need to pay attention to our bodies.
Gretchen also shares how she got the idea for the Happiness Project, why the Buddhist approach does not resonate with her, and what her new book Outer Order, Inner Calm is all about.
When it comes to happiness, Gretchen has this to say, “My own approach is to deepen attachment and to try to create and really raise the stakes. That’s where I feel happiness comes.”
Emily Fletcher is an author and a leading expert in high performance meditation. She is also the creator of Ziva and the Ziva Technique—a powerful trifecta of mindfulness, meditation, and manifesting. The technique has several proven benefits including improved immune function, increased productivity, decreased stress and anxiety, deeper sleep, and extraordinary performance.
After founding Ziva in 2011 and opening an NYC studio, she also created the world’s first online meditation training. To date, she has helped over 15, 000 students meditate including Grammy, Emmy, Tony, and Oscar winners, Fortune 500 CEOs, NBA players, entrepreneurs, and even busy parents.
Hailed as one of the top 100 women in wellness to watch, she has also spoken on meditation for performance at numerous global corporations including Barclays Bank, Google, and Viacom. In her book Stress Less Accomplish More, Emily shared how to use mindfulness, meditation, and manifesting to improve health, clarity, personal and professional performance, and even sleep.
This week’s episode talks about the “I’ll be happy when” syndrome, what happens when one meditates, and why it’s important to soften the grip on one’s desires.
Emily also discusses the difference between mindfulness and meditation, how to gauge if one’s meditation practice is working, and how one can start manifesting.
Emily highlights the significance of meditation by saying, “We meditate to get good at life, not to get good at meditation.”