Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler Guides Conflicts to Optimal Outcomes on Hack the Process Podcast

There are some people who see conflict all around them, and others who choose not to acknowledge it at all. But according to Organizational Psychologist and author of Optimal Outcomes, Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler, the first step is stopping to notice your own patterns so you can see more clearly how the conflicts in your life… Continue reading Dr. Jennifer Goldman-Wetzler Guides Conflicts to Optimal Outcomes on Hack the Process Podcast

Zack Friedman Turns Life’s Lemons Into Lemonade on Hack the Process Podcast

If you keep getting the same lemons out of your traditional life choices, it might be time to try making some financial lemonade. That’s how investor and executive Zack Friedman like to look at it, and what he advises the folks who read his articles on Forbes or attend one of his presentations. Zack also… Continue reading Zack Friedman Turns Life’s Lemons Into Lemonade on Hack the Process Podcast

Dr. Kami Anderson and Dr. Joy Wiggins Take Feminism From Sabotage to Support on Hack the Process Podcast

Sometimes you need to name a phenomenon before people can admit that it’s real. That’s how Dr. Joy Wiggins and Dr. Kami Anderson approached the challenge of writing “From Sabotage to Support,” a book about how women of all backgrounds sometimes sabotage each other in the workplace, and how recognizing this reality can help them… Continue reading Dr. Kami Anderson and Dr. Joy Wiggins Take Feminism From Sabotage to Support on Hack the Process Podcast

Marissa Orr Responds to Strength With Warmth on Hack the Process Podcast

Writing from the heart can be a struggle, especially when you’re a single parent with a full time job. That’s where Marissa Orr found herself when she realized that the advice from her heroes, intended to help women get ahead in corporate jobs, was failing her, and perhaps failing the women around her as well.… Continue reading Marissa Orr Responds to Strength With Warmth on Hack the Process Podcast

Brian Solis Digs Into the Social Media Roots of Our Discontent on Hack the Process Podcast

Your unhappiness might have a pricetag, and the free social media you use could be the ones ringing the cash register. That’s one of the modern cultural phenomena writer, speaker, and digital anthropologist Brian Solis recognized while writing his latest book, “Lifescale: How to live a more creative, productive, and happy life.” In this episode… Continue reading Brian Solis Digs Into the Social Media Roots of Our Discontent on Hack the Process Podcast