“People are not lazy, a good chunk of it is that people are tired depleted on the inside“ – Susan Lacombe Dr. Susan Lacombe is a closet-rebel psychologist working through … Continue reading Dr. Susan LaCombe — Coping with Trauma, Emotionally Available Therapist, Somatic Models, Connection of Trauma with Nervous System, and Much More (#135)
“We can’t always choose what happens to us, but we can take our personal power back and how we choose to respond” – Scarlett Scarlett Lewis is the mother of … Continue reading Scarlett Lewis on Horse-Riding, School Shootings, Nurturing Healing Love, Grieving the Loss, Choose Love Movement, and Much More (#134)
“You may control people physically by force, but you won’t change their hearts and minds—that requires trust and friendship” – Dalai Lama Ruchika Sikri is the Head of Well Being … Continue reading Ruchika Sikri — Head of Well-being Learning Strategy at Google (#133)
“Mindfulness practices amplify experiences” – Dr. Ron Dr. Ron Siegel is an Assistant Professor of Psychology, part time, at Harvard Medical School, where he has taught for over 35 years. … Continue reading Dr. Ronald Siegel — Full Catastrophe Living, Escape vs Engagement, Restoring Moments of Sanity, Healthy Romantic Relationships, and Much More (#132)
I wrote down 40 questions based on my podcasting experience and refined them by keeping in mind how to map out a podcasting life cycle journey in a simple and fun … Continue reading Katherine Hofmann—The Art, Philosophy, Mindset, and Fundamentals of Podcasting
I crafted a list of 10 life’s philosophical questions that I wanted to answers for myself. I could easily answer the questions based on my thinking. I thought—what would it … Continue reading Lisa DeAngelis — Short Life Advice From The Best In The World
“Hope is never further away than your thought” – Dan Dr. Dan Tomasulo as one of the top ten online influencers on the issue of depression. He is the Academic … Continue reading Dr. Dan Tomasulo — Learned Hopefulness, Science of Happiness and Hope, Cherishing Relationships, The Craft of Storytelling Writing, and Much More (#131)
This post will share the most impactful learnings that I’ve had in the last few weeks, podcasts I listened to, quotes I am pondering, etc. This is a sneak peek and not a comprehensive list. If you’d like to learn more about what I am reading, new documentaries, what I am learning new, recent podcast updates, things I am experimenting with, or anything —which I share extensively in my weekly short and sweet “Friday Newsletter”.
I crafted a list of 10 life’s philosophical questions that I wanted to answers for myself. I could easily answer the questions based on my thinking. I thought—what would it … Continue reading Sally Helgesen — Short Advice From The Best In The World
The goal in life is to not relieve suffering, but rather to raise the bar for the human condition. Kristi Roe: A visionary, seasoned Healthcare Experience Strategy Leader with demonstrated … Continue reading Kristi Roe — Lessons learned from 9/11, Creating Shared Meaning, Building Organizational Resilience, Handling Difficult Conversations, and Cultivating a Greater Sense of Purpose (#130)
This blog post highlight the books mentioned by Alisa Cohn, Cara Bradley, and Marc Lesser on my podcast “The Nishant Garg Show”. My goal is to tease out the habits and routines from the experts in their fields. We don’t have to reinvent the same wheel when someone else has already invented it. Take the approach, tweak it and experiment with it based on your environments, constraints and variables.
Live in life. Not around it. Not beside it. – Maria Sirois Maria Sirois is a master teacher, facilitator and author. She is devoted to the science of well-being and the … Continue reading Dr. Maria Sirois — Overcoming Victim Mentality, Happiness in the Darkest Times, Finding Meaning in the Suffering, Lessons Learned from the Hospice Facility, and More (#129)