Rank #1: Ep. 40 Sandro Galea - An apple a day...
When you think of health, what do you picture? A hospital? A doctor? This week on How to Change the World we're out to change your perception on what it really means to be "healthy".
We sit down with Dr. Sandro Galea, dean and professor at the Boston University School of Public Health, to talk about what it means to be healthy. Dr. Galea, one of Time Magazine's top scientific minds, brings together the social, economic and environmental conditions that lead to health in our conversation and in his new book Well: What we need to talk about when we talk about health.
Oct 30 2018
Rank #2: Ep. 55 MYB - Thrive by Arianna Huffington
Are you thriving? This week on the Mind Your Business Bookclub podcast we discuss Thrive: The Third Metric to Redefining Success and Creating a Life of Well-Being, Wisdom, and Wonder by Arianna Huffington. We'll give you a hint. If you're only getting 5 hours of sleep – you're not thriving. Join us as we talk about what it means to thrive, how to find wonder in your life and why success is more than just money.
Feb 12 2019
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Rank #3: Ep 74. Zach Kramer - How understanding civil rights differently could advance equity in America
Interim Dean of Arizona State University's Law School and author of the recently published Outsiders, Professor Zachary Kramer, thinks we should understand human rights violations differently. He talks to Catherine about the power of recognizing rights and identity on an individual basis rather than in groups, as well as a whole lot of other things: leadership, powerful listening, storytelling in the law, and the secret to being a great lawyer.
Jul 02 2019
Rank #4: Ep. 65 Jo Ellen Caldwell - YWCA Phoenix Tribute to Leadership: First Responder Honoree
Jo Ellen Caldwell has led a trailblazing career and is currently a Captain and Paramedic with the Phoenix Fire Department. You name it and she's done it: martial arts, kickboxing, a Doctorate in Physical Therapy, working every position on a fire truck, and so much more. She's committed to empowering and building up others so they can achieve their goals, and her work has earned her the distinction of being the 2019 YWCA First Responder Honoree.
You can learn about Jo Ellen and her incredible journey on the YWCA website.
Apr 23 2019
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Rank #5: Ep. 99 Arizona Superintendent of Public Instruction Kathy Hoffman: How to do things differently and follow your own path for change
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Rank #6: Ep. 63 MYB - Good to Great by Jim Collins
On this month's Mind Your Business Book Club episode, we're covering one of the most highly regarded and recommended business books out there: Good to Great by Jim Collins.
We dive into the main concepts covered and what we learned about leadership, the application of new technologies, and the importance of maintaining hope while facing harsh realities.
Apr 09 2019
Rank #7: Ep. 75 Leading a Great Team: Examining Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek
Ever wondered why some teams flounder while others change the world? Legal mastermind and political changemaker Bob Lord joins Javelina partners Catherine Alonzo and David Waid on this week's episode of How to Change the World to discuss Simon Sinek's Leaders Eat Last, which lays out a 21st-century approach to transformational leadership in action. We discuss the top takeaways from Sinek's best-seller and dig into how it can help you make a difference at work.
Jul 09 2019
Rank #8: Ep. 97 How to cultivate braver, more daring leadership: Dare to Lead by Brenè Brown
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Rank #9: Ep. 96 U and Improved Founder Jodi Low: How to turn ugly surprises into beautiful life-changing gifts
Dec 03 2019
Rank #10: Ep. 90 Purpose-driven social media influencer Claudia Alvarado: How to manifest transformational change in the lives of yourself and others
Oct 22 2019
Rank #11: Ep. 57 - The times they are a changin'
We've got so much change we want to share This week on the podcast Catherine, Ariel and Taylor discuss the recent changes at Javelina. In this episode we say some goodbyes, praise our new office, discuss all our new hiring and even tease a little something special that's coming up. You won't want to miss this podcast full of twists and turns.
Feb 25 2019
Rank #12: Ep. 59 MYB - Rebel Talent by Francesca Gino
This month’s book is Rebel Talent by Francesca Gino. Catherine Alonzo, Ariel Reyes, and special guest David Waid sit down for a chat about nonconformity in the workplace and life, and how we all can embrace a bit of rebellion.
Mar 12 2019
Rank #13: Ep. 102 How to achieve remarkable success by being a giver: discussing Give and Take by Adam Grant
What’s noteworthy about Blake is that he is committed to giving his time, talent, and energy to better those around him. Although it may seem counter-intuitive, he believes that the greatest amount of personal success comes from selflessly serving others. In fact, Blake sent Catherine a copy of Give and Take by Adam Grant when they first met, which is why she invited him to join her to talk about Grant's argument that in professional interactions, it turns out that most people operate as either givers, takers, or matchers. Whereas takers strive to get as much as possible from others and matchers aim to trade evenly, givers are the rare breed of people who contribute to others without expecting anything from them in return. Learn why givers are the least AND most sucessful among us, and how to implement giving into your own work life and culture.
Jan 14 2020
Rank #14: Ep. 88 Self Management Expert Sara Mayer: How to organize your time to create the life you want and change the world at the same time
Oct 08 2019
Rank #15: Ep. 66 Candi CdeBaca - Why she's running to change Denver
Candi CdeBaca is a fifth generation Denverite running for Denver City Council District 9. We talk about her amazing campaign, her vision for Denver, and why she's running to make a change. She's so inspiring and we hope you can listen in and learn about her experiences, and how we can all show up to make a difference in the world.
Apr 30 2019
Rank #16: Ep. 92 5-time cancer survivor and warrior for marriage equality Kevin Patterson: How to respond when change happens to you
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Rank #17: Ep. 83 Murphy Herbert - AZ Secretary of State Communications Director Murphy Hebert: How to foster self-worth and find life-changing mentors
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Rank #18: Ep. 43 Jose Acevedo - Finding your way to change
This week on How To Change the World, we've got a very special interview in store. We sat down with Jose Acevedo, the Host and Founder of the Finding Arizona Podcast: a weekly podcast that interviews local business owners.
We discuss his story growing up on the Hopi reservation, the amazing community we have right in our backyard, and podcasts as a medium for sharing incredible stories. We suggest cleaning your ears for this one, you don't want to miss a thing!
Nov 19 2018
Rank #19: Ep. 78 Forest Melton - The emotional intelligence it takes to create change
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Rank #20: Ep. 89 How to master important conversations with important people: Analyzing Crucial Conversations by Kerry Patterson
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