A recent McKinsey survey identified 56 skills needed to thrive in the future of work. I have 39, but with robots and AI coming for our jobs, is that enough?
Deanna Kuempel says, “to live your best life, live label-free.” We live up to that ideal in this nearly impossible to categorise episode of Label Free.
If you’ve ever felt like you can’t be put in a box or that you’re talented at too many things, there’s a place for you in The Octopus Movement.
Finally, I found a box I fit in with a label that makes me proud to be a “specialist in generalism.”
Perry Knoppert and I chat about what it means to discover you’re multipotentialite, and what it means to be one.
Discover my amalgamated “success ritual” in this unedited interview transcript from “Balance the Grind.”
I visit the Cuppa of Life virtual cafe to chat about beating cancer, starting a comedy school, and the benefits of developing an improvisational mindset.
Learn how one of my best gifts became the worst, the origin story of Laugh Masters Academy and Song Saga, and more.
Runners Poop is real. If happens to you, and you can’t head home, head for the bushes.
In this episode, we chat about making room for the things you’re great at and the things that matter to you most, and more.
Listen as we chat about personal development, change, improv, purple trees, and why Jeffrey Besecker can’t get no satisfaction.
In this episode, a broken dishwasher becomes a metaphor for what to do, and not to do, in life and work.
It’s fine to fly the flag proudly as long as you don’t forget what, and who, it stands for.