Have you ever thought that it must be easier for other people to do their best work and rack up accomplishments OR that other people have it all figured out? Or that you’re missing some X factor that’s keeping you from playing your best game?
If so, check out the podcast that dives behind the scenes to talk about what it takes to thrive as a creative person who’s actually making a difference in the world. This podcast is a mix of interviews, jams, and riffs with leaders, changemakers, creatives, and entrepreneurs at varying levels of success.
I want you to hear that their challenges are very similar to your own so that you find inspiration to actively change your story about what you’re capable of. Think of the show as a loving and fun swift kick. (I’ll leave it to you to determine where the kick needs to land.)
One thing to note about the Productive Flourishing podcast: we go places other shows don’t, because I want us to see life as it is, not as it’s marketed. So we’ll occasionally go into topics like depression, suicide, divorce, death, bankruptcy, addictions, and whatever else comes up for people. Life is beautiful AND imperfect – appreciating the beauty while navigating the hard is the name of the game.
If you want to take a peek at our very best, check out the Best of Page for our top ten of the Productive Flourishing podcast.
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Kris and Charlie talk about the barriers philanthropists face in making change happen, and she shares some ways to overcome them.
In this episode, Charlie and Angela talk about managing the business in the midst of also needing to take care of family out of state.
The brother-sister duo behind Toujours Planning join Charlie to talk about what it’s like to work with a sibling, and how they have been able to foster a great working relationship.
Today’s guest is Karwanna Dyson, an entrepreneur helping other women and minorities build successful and sustainable businesses by becoming government contractors. Karwanna and Charlie talk about the unique opportunity small businesses have to change and support their community.
Charlie and Angela sit down to talk about some of the big growth edges they’ve had this year, primarily around Covid.
Charlie is joined by Nir Eyal to talk about his book “Indistractible,” and how to maintain focus in a world full of distractions.
Executive coach Amiel Handelsman joins Charlie to talk about how we talk to each other, different kinds of conversations we have, and more.
Charlie spoke with Rachael Ridenour, founder of Record the Journey, about military life, the Rebelle Rally, and more.
Martha Alderson joins Charlie on the podcast to talk about her new book, and the importance of making space for creative pursuits.
Charlie speaks with Cara Chace – a Pinterest marketing strategist, writer, and social media strategist – about integrating creative and analytical thinking in ways that make both better.