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How Success Happens

How Success Happens chats with Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible.

Episode 32: #32 One Entrepreneur Wants to Remind You: Tough Times Mean You’re Changing, Not Failing.

Daina is one of the co-founders of Health-Ade, a kombucha company, that you might have seen at Whole Foods or on the shelves of one the more than 10,000 stores it’s available at in all 50 states. But...

Episodes

Episode 30: #30 This Best-Selling Author and Goal Expert Says These 4 Simple Mistakes Are Holding You Back From Designing Your Future

Michael Hyatt is a bestselling author whose latest book "Your Best Year Ever: A 5 Step Plan for Achieving Your Most Important Goals" uses the latest research to help us take control of our time and o...

Episode 29: #29 Cards Against Humanity’s Founders Are Less Concerned With Balance Sheets Than Making Each Other Laugh

You might know Cards Against Humanity as profane, dark and politically tinged party game. You might also know it for its pranks, like the Super Bowl ad that featured only a potato with the word “adve...

Episode 28: #28 This Leader Does Job Interviews Over Email and Chat -- and Maybe You Should, Too

Nathan Kontny, the CEO of Highrise, is a tech leader whose career has followed a somewhat unconventional path. He was trained as a nuclear chemist and discovered a love for software programming when...

Episode 24: #24 How a Near-Death Experience Inspired This Entrepreneur to Change Her Career and Plug Into Her Purpose

Melinda Richter of JLABs never imagined she’d run a health sciences incubator. But a near-death experience inspired her to tap into a new purpose -- helping entrepreneurs in the health sciences. The s...

Episode 23: #23: This Entrepreneur's Simple Brain Hacks Will Make You More Effective and Help You Have a Better Day, Every Day

Is there a shortcut to feeling good, handling difficult people and situations, and, in short, having a good day? Maybe. Caroline Webb, the founder of Sevenshift, studies how behavioral science can bo...

Episode 21: To Harness Creativity, First Understand Its Neural Magic. This Expert Can Help.

What lies at the heart of humanity's ability to create? That's just what composer Anthony Brandt and neuroscientist David Eagleman set out to understand with their new book The Runaway Species: How H...

Episode 20: Want to Keep Moving and Keep Doing? This Cybersecurity Expert Says You’ll Need to Start By Asking the Right Questions

As the founder of Uplevel Security, a first-of-its kind cybersecurity platform, Liz Maida knows risk. She’ll talk to us about why we should consider a sharing economy for cybersecurity and what’s sta...

Episode 18: This Imagination Expert Can Help You Get Your Best Creative Work Done

Jim Davies knows creativity. A cognitive scientist, he’s the director of the Science of Imagination Laboratory at Carleton University, in Ottawa Ontario. He’s been called the next Malcolm Gladwell an...

Episode 17: This Architect Shares What You Gain When You Think Like an Outsider

Witold Rybczynski an architect, professor and writer whose books often study the everyday things we sometimes take for granted, from the humble screwdriver to the ubiquitous plastic patio chair. He’l...

Episode 16: This Founder Made Space for an Unusual Obsession -- and It Led to a One-of-a-Kind Kayak Company

Several years ago, kayaker and small apartment dweller Anton Willis became obsessed with origami. He had tapped the ancient art of paper folding to solve a unique problem -- designing a collapsible b...

Episode 15: How Inner Mantras Helped Robin Arzon Thrive After a Near-Death Experience and Later Transform Into a One-Woman Fitness Brand

Ever work hard for something only to realize you don't want it anymore? Robin Arzon, a former corporate litigator, knew she needed a change and transformed herself into an ultra marathoner, cycler, be...

Episode 14: Humility Can Help You Innovate Quickly -- and It’s Helping This Founder Bridge the Hunger Gap

Matt Jozwiak is a chef by trade who knows the high quality ingredients left at the end of a restaurant dinner service often go to waste. It’s part of the reason he launched Rethink Food, a non-profit...

Episode 13: You Can Train For Resilience. This Decathlete-Turned-Shoe-Mogul Explains How.

Justin Schneider is an industrial designer who took the skills he honed designing athletic shoes for New Balance and Adidas to found Wolf & Shepherd, a line of performance dress shoes for men -- shoes...

Episode 11: When PowerPoints Weren’t Working, This Exec Passed Out Comic Books Instead

Kyle Nel runs Lowe's Innovation Lab but he's not your typical tech guy. He's a behavioral scientist who uses his knowledge of how people work together (or don't) to get big changes to happen. His meth...

Episode 10: What Adventure Can Teach Entrepreneurs

What Adventure Can Teach Entrepreneurs

Episode 9: Limor Fried of Adafruit Industries: You Can't Outsource Knowledge

Limor Fried of Adafruit Industries: You Can't Outsource Knowledge

Episode 8: Contently's Shane Snow: Look for Patterns of Success

Contently's Shane Snow: Look for Patterns of Success

Episode 7: Steve Hindy of Brooklyn Brewery: Be Calm and Do the Work

Steve Hindy of Brooklyn Brewery: Be Calm and Do the Work

Episode 6: Will Dean of Tough Mudder: Strategy Can Be What You Don't Do

Will Dean of Tough Mudder: Strategy Can Be What You Don't Do

Episode 5: Kathryn Minshew of The Muse: Decide Who You Are, or Have it Decided for You

Kathryn Minshew of The Muse: Decide Who You Are, or Have it Decided for You

Episode 4: Shamus Jones of Brooklyn Brine: Don't Get Precious with Your Passions

Shamus Jones of Brooklyn Brine: Don't Get Precious with Your Passions

Episode 3: Judith Glaser: Conversation is the Most Underused Innovation Tool

Judith Glaser: Conversation is the Most Underused Innovation Tool