I recently interviewed Tucker Max on the ZenFounder podcast. Tucker is the co-founder of Scribe and author of four NY Times #1 bestsellers. He’s a pretty successful dude. In part one of our conversation, Tucker talked about his attempts to find happiness by filling his life with fame, wealth, women, and partying. Surprise, surprise… it […]
The holidays are supposed to be a time of loved ones and good tidings and cheer, right? Sure. The reality is that pain and loss and struggle do still find us. Between the lights and songs and cider and presents, this season can be a time to wrestle with the some of the sorrows and […]
Sherry talks with Jake Tyler, who made it a mission of his to walk across all of Great Britain in an effort to not only help his own depression but to also raise awareness and money for the Mental Health Foundation. Jake talks about when he began to feel depression, thoughts of suicide, and the sanctity […]
Sherry interviews Rand Fishkin, co-founder of Moz, and SparkToro about the mental struggles of running a business. He talks about the importance of de-stigmatizing depression among the founder community and his own struggle to fight his way back after a severe bought with depression. Rand’s book Lost and Founder pairs wonderfully with the Entrepreneur’s Guide […]
Inspired by his blog post about depression, Sherry interviews Zach Holman about life as a founder struggling with mental illness. They talk about what depression felt like and how he finally recognized the severity of his situation. Zach also shares about what has helped him recover. ZachHolman.com Episode Transcript Sherry: Woo-hoo, next Wednesday is the big […]
Every entrepreneur I know goes through periods where they’ve lost their oomph. It can be due to a struggling business. Perhaps that growth curve has stagnated (or flatlined) or the feedback you’re getting is that your product is all wrong. Perhaps your team is in conflict, perhaps your expansion has failed, perhaps you’re having to […]
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.
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”.