Rob and Sherry talk about the differences and definitions of introversion and extroversion. They try to bring awareness to the importance of finding out where you lay on the spectrum and how it affects things in your life.
Rob and Sherry share updates on what they have been up to in their respective business lives since the move to Minneapolis. They talk through some of the new things they are tackling stemming from the changes and what they have learned in the process.
Rob and Sherry talk about the emotional toll of living in an uncertain world and the protective steps you can take.
In this episode of ZenFounder, Sherry interviews Laura Roeder of Meet Edgar about the way she thinks about leadership, trust, the concept of team, and ways she has crafted her role in the company.
In this episode of ZenFounder, Sherry interviews leadership coach Sylvana Rochet, about her holistic approach to helping founders improve their leadership qualities.
Rob and Sherry talk about some different strategies to manage an overly full email inbox. They talk in depth on setting email boundaries, email timing, categorizing, and auto responders all to help achieve a level of email sanity.
Rob and Sherry talk about dealing with transitions. Pulling from their own current life transition they put together five strategies that can help people cope during the tough times that can arise.
Rob and Sherry talk about some of the podcasts they are enjoying recently, and why they think they can be beneficial to the listeners. They give some detailed descriptions of these podcasts and point out specific episodes.
Rob and Sherry revisit an interview with Hiten Shah from their Founder Origin Stories series.
Sherry talks about one of the psychological theories she often comes back to in her interactions with founders. Its called cognitive theory, a focus on understanding how thoughts shape our behaviors. She gives some techniques that can help with the mentioned cognitive distortions that founders often deal with.