In this episode, meet CEO, co-owner, and chief creative officer of Elite World Group Julia Haart, author of Brazen, Head of Communications and Content at Humu Liz Fosslien, co-author of Big Feelings, and advisor Daniel Coyle, author of The Culture Playbook. Tune in to hear how each of these authorâ€™s personal experiences shaped and inspired their audiobooks.
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Ever since she was a child, every aspect of Julia Haartâ€™s lifeâ€”what she wore, what she ate, what she thoughtâ€”was controlled by the dictates of ultra-Orthodox Judaism. At nineteen, after a lifetime spent caring for her seven younger siblings, she was married off to a man she barely knew. For the next twenty-three years, her marriage would rule her life. Brazen is Haart’s story is the journey from a world of no to a world of yes, and an inspiration for women everywhere to find their freedom, their purpose, and their voice.
We all experience unwieldy feelings. But between our emotion-phobic society and the debilitating uncertainty of modern times, we usually don’t know how to talk about what we’re going through, much less handle it. In Big Feelings Liz Fosslien and Mollie West Duffy address anyone intimidated by oversized feelings, offering the tools to understand what’s really going on, find comfort, and face the future with a sense of newfound agency.
Building a team has never been harder than it is right now. How do you create connection and trust? How do you stay focused on your goals? In The Culture Playbook, Daniel Coyle distills everything he has learned into sixty concrete, actionable tips and exercises that will help your team build a cohesive, positive culture built on three essential skills: safety, vulnerability, and purpose.
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