Sherry gives an update on her families health problems and its impact on her schedule. She also talks about the importance of deep breaths and takes you through a breathing exercise to end the episode.
In this episode Rob talks about “playing long ball”, thinking about as a founder or significant other of a founder, how to stay in this space for the long haul. He highlights three points to achieve this and goes into details on each.
With a recent cancer diagnoses of a family member, Sherry and Rob talk about some the ways they will be impacted including added stress, unknown schedules, and trouble planning future events. They give some strategies they will implement in order to help the family deal with the situation.
Sherry talks about the importance of appreciating what is good about life and to honor, protect, and love things that are beautiful in response to the ugliness that is going on in the world.
Today there are so many ways to communicate and interact with people, either in person or digitally. In this episode Sherry and Rob share their insights and thoughts on why being in a room with people can be so powerful.
In this episode Sherry talks about the science of touch. How it contributes to your mental well being and the well being of those around you. Also discussing the power of giving/receiving emotional comfort through touch.
Rob and Sherry talk about how to teach your kids about money. They discuss the different money personality “types” and well as some learning goals including saving, budgeting, and investing.
In light of the recent holidays and getting together with family members, Sherry and Rob talk about family systems and hierarchy. They give some strategies to help deal with any emotional angst of re-entering your family of origin.
Rob and Sherry review this past year, talking through both highs and lows, and some hopes they have for the new year.
Sherry interviews Corey Miller, founder of iThemes, about depression, divorce, and some real life mental health issues that affect entrepreneurs.