Sherry talks with ZenFounder team member Brooke Bergman, a licensed marriage and family therapist, about specific problems that entrepreneurial couples face as well as introducing the idea of “erotic energy” and how it can be properly used in the business and in the relationship. Want more content like this? Check out our book.
As the seasons begin to change from summer to fall it brings new sets of challenges. Not everyone likes change or deals with it the same. These changes in an entrepreneur’s life could be a key employee leaving, adding new teams members, etc. In this episode Sherry stresses the importance of anticipating change with a […]
Sherry interviews Jordan Axani of Shift Collab, about his journey into the mental health space. During a time in which he was part of a viral internet story and had high momentum professionally, personally he was at a low. He talks about how a TED Talk invitation changed his outlook and focused his energy towards […]
Sherry talks with Alda Karen of MINDX, about how she has taken her own battle with chronic depression and turned it into a tool to help others with their mental health. Her unique approach incorporates virtual reality to help train the mind. Want more content like this? Check out our book.
Using the example of Mister Rodgers taking off his suit jacket and work shoes when he gets home in exchange for a sweater and casual shoes in the intro of Mister Rodgers Neighborhood, Sherry talks about shifting versions of yourself. How what works with your business self will not translate to your home/family self and […]
Sherry interviews successful entrepreneur, Kelsey Ramsden about life after success. Even after you’ve reached every milestone, and accomplished every goal, there still may be a feeling of emptiness. They explore how successful entrepreneurs answer the what’s next question. Check out Kelsey’s book: Success Hangover Want more content like this? Check out our book.
Sherry talks about some of the common kinds of loss that entrepreneurs face both in their professional and business lives. She discusses the importance of grieving those losses and steps to take to grieve in a healthy way. Want more content like this? Check out our book.
Sherry interviews Jason Fried of Basecamp, about some of the ways his remote company helps team members connect with each other. They also discuss other topics including burnout, sleep, what does calm mean to him, and how he has maintained a long term business partnership. Love this conversation? Check out Jason’s latest book. It Doesn’t […]
Rob makes his return to the podcast to reflect on his 19 year marriage with Sherry. They talk about the changes they have gone through over the years and how entrepreneurship played a part in that. Rob also gives an update on his new venture TinySeed and how his mindset has grown this time around. […]
Sherry interview Chris Savage, CEO/Co-Founder of Wistia about his decision not to sell his business. They discuss his approach to leadership, company values, and prioritizing the maintenance health business relationships within the company. Want more content like this? Check out our book.