Sherry interviews Cory Miller, founder of iThemes, about depression, divorce, and some real life mental health issues that affect entrepreneurs.
Startup. Family. Life.
Sherry interviews Chris Lema about his strategic ways of networking and cultivating healthy, beneficial relationships with people.
Rob and Sherry talk about building healthy working relationships. They discuss hiring new people, how to manage well, and intrinsic versus extrinsic motivation.
Rob and Sherry talk in depth about the topic of therapy. Sherry sheds some light on questions like, when should someone think about going to therapy, what happens in therapy, how to find a therapist, and the differences between therapy and consulting.
Sherry and Rob talk about the topic of gratitude. They both list things they are grateful for and also explore the science behind having gratitude and how it can positively influence your mind and body.
Rob and Sherry have a conversation about internal conflict, specifically how our different internal voices shape our behavior and approach to work. They define some theories about the topic as well as offer strategies to help keep sight of your “true self”.
Rob and Sherry talk through some strategies for solving big, complex problems. Rob shares a situation in which he and his co-founder had to work together to solve a problem, which further sparks the idea of how to work well with others and the benefits.
Rob and Sherry talk about raising entrepreneurial kids. They explore topics like how to teach kids about money and a parents role in helping your kids find their true passion.
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.