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A Richer Life Podcast –

By | Media

i have been guesting on a lot of podcasts lately and really enjoying the opportunity to share The Mosaic with many different audiences.
on this podcast i i immediately felt that the host was a brother from a long time ago. such a good man and i think we had a great show:
https://www.createaricherlife.com/…/together-we-are-better-…

to have a look at many of the podcasts i have been on, please go to: https://themosaiconline.com/media/

hope you love this one and the many others listed there

MINDDOG TV – TALKING ABOUT THE MOSAIC

By | Media

i love the name of this guys podcast. MindDog Tv the idea is that these shows are the best friend of your mind. i this this show was a surprise for the host. we had never met before but i think it turned out really good. hope you enjoy it.

https://minddogtv.simplecast.com/episodes/daniel-bruce-levin-the-mosaic-ZGFVoZEg?fbclid=IwAR3F2Wn7fOPppZH4tfdsL2bZljAPuioC2hA_-ue_j0WDDoTYo7tJjUGsVnU

to hear The Mosaic Podcast, click here

The Mosaic on The Compassionate Buddha Podcast

By | Media
after a lot of soul searching, and a lot of trial and error, if feels to me the message of The Mosaic is becoming clearer for me to speak.
in this 39 minute Compassionate Buddha podcast, i believe the essence of The Mosaic is conveyed. please let me know if it resonates with you.
i hope you will enjoy listening to it.
https://podcasts.apple.com/in/podcast/beyond-words-art-effective-communication-daniel-levin/id1499107637?i=1000475208670

Your Best Lifestyles Podcast

By | Media

i met Terrnece through a podcast guest connection facebook page. so we came into the interview never having met one another, but in a very short period of time, we were sharing ideas with each other that helped us see the world differently,  i hope you enjoy this podcast.  choose any of the links below.

https://podcasts.apple.com/us/podcast/your-best-lifestyles/id1495722048?uo=4https://www.google.com/podcasts?

feed=aHR0cHM6Ly9hbmNob3IuZm0vcy8xMmQ4ZWNkYy9wb2RjYXN0L3Jzcw==https://open.spotify.com/episode/2nNWFSYdiNOYY8A5CxzOKX?

si=7SJQeShkQRm9BiHSnlaj0ghttps://anchor.fm/yourbestlifestyles/episodes/Daniel-Bruce-Levin–Visionary–Author-Of-The-Mosiac-ee89qu

Ep 076 We Are All In This Together with Mike Robbins

By | Podcast

May 22, 2020

Mike Robbins is the author of five books, including his brand new title,

We’re All in this Together: Creating a team culture of high performance, trust, and belonging.

We’re All in This Together

For the past 20 years, he’s been a sought-after speaker and consultant who delivers keynotes and seminars for some of the top organizations in the world.

His clients include Google, Wells Fargo, Microsoft, Genentech, ebay, Harvard University, Gap, Linkedin, the Oakland A’s, and many others.

He and his work have been featured in the New York Times and the Harvard Business Review, as well as on NPR and ABC news.  He’s a regular contributor to Forbes, hosts his own podcast (called we’re all in this together), and his books have been translated into 15 different languages.

His purpose is to show up authentically, trust myself and life, and love myself with compassion…and remind other people to do these important things as well.

To learn more about Mike, please go to his website: https://mike-robbins.com/

 

what you will hear on this podcast:

  • drafted by the New York Yankees right out of high school and didn’t sign because he went to Stanford, played ball there and was then drafted again by the Kansas City Royals
  • thinking one way and suddenly seeing the world differently
  • the pivot point of getting injured and what that would have looked like had he not gone to Stanford
  • the experience of going to a high level university; the relationships made there and the connections that come from that.
  • what confronted him once he got into Stanford?
  • how he moved from the place of I don’t belong here to fitting in
  • the imposter syndrome experience he experienced
  • the role of vulnerability in the experience of connection
  • depression, the family curse and reaching out for help
  • being different and still learning how to play the game and the challenge of how to be yourself in doing this.
  • what it is about us that makes playing the game so important that we forget to be ourselves
  • the dialogue of the child, the adolescent and the adult
  • what he noticed at Stanford
  • what is the current injury in his life that is keeping him from going where he wants to go now?
  • the benefit and challenge of the story we create
  • what would all the pieces of his story be saying to him now if he would only listen
  • putting together the internal aspects of our life and bringing it all together
  • the experience of watching his dad die
  • the time we spend worrying
  • the most basic connection we have and how society teaches us to block it out
  • what does he really want to say to people in his book “we are all in this together”.
  • playing ball and being on a team and the magic of that
  • what creates team?
  • the inner guidance he received around the title of his book.

Here are his social links/handles:

 

to learn more about Danny

please visit

www.DanielBruceLevin.com

www.TheMosaicOnline.com

www.TheMosaicPodcast.com

to get a copy of The Mosaic go to,

https://themosaiconline.com/shop/

or get it on amazon by going to:

http://a.co/dvgsgG3

 

Ep 075 A Year of No Nonsense with Meredith Atwood

By | Podcast

May 21, 2020

Meredith Atwood (@SwimBikeMom) is a former attorney, podcaster and speaker. She is the author of two books, the latest: The Year of No Nonsense. Host of the “The Same 24 Hours” podcast. Featured in The Boston Globe, New York Post, the Seattle Times. Contributing writer to Psychology Today and an advocate for sobriety.

“My purpose in this world is to seek no master purpose: rather, to do the work that is right in front of me, do it well and feel with my whole heart the direction I need to go.”

What you will hear on this podcast:

  • how calm she feels just listening to my voice after a very busy hectic day
  • growing up with helicopter parents
  • the way perspective changes as she grew up
  • the moment she no longer needed to impress her parents
  • healing emotions and true sobriety which only happened in the last month
  • emotional sobriety and being an addict
  • if 1 is good 10 is better
  • if you could heal your addiction what would that life look like
  • the messages we are told that bring us to addiction to try to feel better
  • the idea of emotional sobriety is the way of not always seeking that external hit to feel better.
  • finding the strength within yourself to find that peace.
  • the need for comfort and where does she now get that from
  • the addiction cycle to feel better: pain, need comfort; go get it; the relief followed by the crash and it starts all over again
  • constantly seeking to feel better and emotional sobriety of feeling peaceful inside and not needing to seeing it externally. I feel all of that and yet want to have something sweet to comfort me and the desire to have more of them
  • when you decide to become emotional sober, you become emotional sober
  • are you living a life in conflict to who you say you want to be. if you are you are probably addicted in some way to something that we need to take a look at
  • playing with ordinary and extraordinary
  • the cross between the expectation that we need to be extraordinary and find out purpose and the suffering that creates addicts
  • how pushing people to be extraordinary pushes people into addiction
  • what is a year of no nonsense mean?
  • when people say they want one thing but act as if they don’t want it
  • where being conscious plays in defining what we believe
  • what to do to rid yourself of nonsense
  • start with the truth.
  • a slap to the culture of positive vibes only
  • does perspective change truth?
  • dismantle the truth you think is true and find your real truth
  • the goal of her book, to remove the stigma of addiction
  • what has brought her the peace she now feels and what are the voices that hold us back
  • dream big and do things in the direction of the dream
  • one thing people could do right now

Website: https://swimbikemom.com

LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/meredithatwood/

Instagram:  https://instagram.com/swimbikemom (12.6k)

Twitter: https://twitter.com/swimbikemom (4.5k)

Facebook Page:  https://facebook.com/swimbikemom (32k)

YouTube: https://youtube.com/user/mnatwood

Pinterest: https://pinterest.com/swimbikemom

Books

The Year of No Nonsense: How to Get Over Yourself and On with Your Life

Triathlon for the Every Woman: You Can Be a Triathlete. Yes. You. 

 

Podcast: The Same 24 Hours

www.Same24HoursPodcast.com  / https://pod.link/same24 

Available on iTunes, Stitcher, Podbean, Pandora, Spotify

 

to learn more about danny, please go to:

https://www.DanielBruceLevin.com

https://www.TheMosaicOnline.com

www.TheMosaicPodcast.com

you can get a copy of my book The Mosaic at:

https://themosaiconline.com/shop/

or you can go to amazon:

http://a.co/dvgsgG3

 

Ep 074 Regenerative Purpose with Wendy May

By | Podcast

Published author, public speaker, purpose led enterpreneur-conscious business coach, former corporate climber and recovering achievement addict. She did all the things that she was supposed to do to become “successful”. She is a Harvard alumni, with a graduate business degree from UCLA and spent 15 years in corporate leadership and organisational consulting but when she got there, she felt exhausted and strangely empty.

In the opening chapter of her book, Regenerative Purpose she share the details of how she started on her own purpose journey. To make these big changes she had to “starve the ego to feed the soul.” she had to let go of old goals and old identities redefining her concept of success, and learn entirely new ways of being and leading in this world. Now she is here to serve as a purpose path guide, and process holder. She works with individuals and organizations who have a deep desire to participate in the co-creation of a new paradigm by saying yes to purpose and not just any purpose but the regenerative sort of purpose that is dynamic, interdependent, and cyclical in nature.

You can find out more about Wendy and get her book regenerative purpose through her website

Get her  book: Regenerative Purpose | RegenerativePurpose.com

In this podcast you will hear:

  • the daughter of chemists, she realize she wasn’t into biology and realized she was more into people than labs
  • here how she has released herself from the trappings of life to live in a simple but beautiful place where the cost of living was dramatically different
  • how a big city can fry the nervous system and the effects of that life and not even knowing this was happening
  • the shift from 12-16 hour day to a life surrounded by nature
  • was it a courageous moment or an unavoidable moment that made her change
  • the choiceless choice
  • the certainly of knowing I needed to leave, and the uncertainty of not knowing where I was going
  • “taking a year off”
  • an event that happened that became a release for her to leave corporate
  • the benefit of painful experiences
  • the difficulty of superlatives and how to experience the heart
  • a simple beautiful moment of togetherness and love in contract to the isolation we have felt for months.
  • the power of being love and accepted.
  • the idea for her book is not her idea but a universal idea coming through her in a moment of emptiness
  • the resistance to writing a book and the voice that came to her to write
  • a year of service to being available to write and the support that came
  • the achievement addict mindset, redefining success and being a recovering achievement addict
  • that moment where she realized that she doesn’t need to make it all happen
  • when we are aligned with our purpose, everything aligns to help us
  • one piece of advice that allows the listener to slide everything they believe to the right to allow the miracle that comes when we let go
  • the paradox of a deeper truth: deeply relax and at ease in the way we show up and how necessary it is for us to fully show up and serve that movement
  • the action she took to remove her book from amazon and make the changes she has made to live her life in purpose
  • the 4 core qualities she speaks of in her book, Regenerative Purpose and her approach to the inner work of a living breathing regenerative purpose.
  • the simple spirituality of The Trashman
  • what was her purpose in writing Regenerative Purpose.
  • the one thing that peope could do to make this world a place she would like to give over to future generations.
  • devotional decision making
  • Get my book: Regenerative Purpose | com
  • the honor it is to meet people who put integrity and purpose above other things

Stay connected with her on social media:

Facebook: facebook.com/heywendymay

LinkedIn: linkedIn.com/in/heywendymay

Instagram: instagram.com/wendymay__

 

to learn more about danny, please go to:

https://www.DanielBruceLevin.com

https://www.TheMosaicOnline.com

www.TheMosaicPodcast.com

you can get a copy of my book The Mosaic at:

https://themosaiconline.com/shop/

or you can go to amazon:

http://a.co/dvgsgG3

Ep 073 The Power of A Story with Dr. Adrienne MacIain

By | Podcast

May 16, 2020

Dr. Adrienne MacIain is a professional storytelling coach, brand aligner, podcasterpublished author, and content creator who delights in using her PhD in Drama to help people spin the mucky straw of life experience into narrative gold.

She is the creator and host of the That’s Aloud podcast, where she uses her unique story discernment process to help folks tell the stories they’re not telling.

Video game fans may recognize her as the voice of multiple characters from the Nancy Drew HER Interactive series, Artemis from Super Monday Night Combat, or Nina and Bonnibel from Crush-Crush.

West Africans may recognize her as the white girl in that Super Nigui Saff clip. Others may know her as That Accent Lady from the YouTube video. Live aligned, and live aloud!

to learn more about her, checkout her website: https://www.thatsaloud.com

or find all of her social media handles on her linktree

https://linktr.ee/thatsaloud

 

what you will hear on this podcast:

  • how she brought out in me in her podcast the conversation I have longed to have on many podcasts, and how thankful I am to her for doing that. her podcast, That’s Aloud Podcast
  • is it possible to know each other longer than we know each other?
  • the story about she and her husband came together
  • what happens in that pivot point where we see someone we have seen before suddenly completely differently
  • the power of story
  • the availability of possibility – we are one piece away from an entirely new reality
  • holding onto what we have because we are too scared to let of it so that something new can come in – what stories are you holding onto . . .
  • the experience of being seen
  • seeing the person I wanted to be when I was with him and I loved her
  • the feeling of truly being loved
  • the myriad of reasons we make up to stay where we are when those reasons are not true
  • our brief rant on health care and our exit out
  • how she realized her purpose
  • why it is so important to tell our story
  • a story of abuse and the sad lesson she learned from it and how telling the story frees her from it
  • and we then unpacked it by going underneath even the story that freed her
  • why don’t people tell their stories ?
  • seeing the meaning of the story for other people too
  • how does story help brand alignment ?
  • what is it in the corporate world that makes people scared to tell their story
  • why do we all grow up with fear of failure? how did that story take hold? and walking back that story?
  • what has she found that allows people to drop their walls and tell their story without shame of being flawed?
  • a vulnerable share
  • a call to the community to help each other

 

to learn more about Danny, please go to:

www.DanielBruceLevin.com

www.TheMosaicOnline.com

you can get a copy of The Mosaic at:
https://themosaiconline.com/shop/
or on amazon at:
http://a.co/dvgsgG3

Ep 072 The Art of TELLING a Story with Paul Andrew Smith

By | Podcast

May 15, 2020

PAUL ANDREW SMITH

Paul is one of the world’s leading experts on organizational storytelling and one of Inc. Magazine’s Top 100 Leadership Speakers of 2018. He’s the bestselling author of several books, including Lead with a Story and The 10 Stories Great Leaders Tell, and a 20-year former executive at Procter & Gamble. His work has been featured in The Wall Street Journal, Time, Forbes, and Fast Company, among others. He can be found at www.leadwithastory.com

What you will hear in this podcast:

 

  • the different ways stories are used
  • how he teaches people to tell stories that actually happened to help them grow their business
  • Viktor Frankl- and Man’s Search for Meaning
  • the work of a psychologist or a counsellor vs. the work he does and what is the work he does and the purpose of his stories
  • how to use stories to accomplish their objectives; to teach people to tell stories to communicate more effectively; the art of story-telling
  • what is the difference between what he does and what a psychologist does and the meaning we give to it
  • there are stories that motivate a salesperson but most of the stories he teaches people to tell are more matter of fact stories of things that happen the problems my products solve
  • is the purpose of story to help people see what they see differently?
  • how do you define story?
  • what are the specific elements of story in the way he uses it
  • why psychology doesn’t feel like story to him
  • asking questions vs how to tell a story to set a vision to accomplish your objective
  • how do you get your buyer to tell you stories so you know which stories to tell
  • perspective and the reality of a story
  • a story of what happened in his classroom and the lesson his teacher taught him
  • a personal story of something he believed and then it changed and then it changed again
  • the baseball story
  • the story of my dad dying, his take on it and the story of Kenny Tedford
  • the integrity he shows of staying in his lane
  • what scares him most about what he does
  • hear how he answers if this is the world he would want to give to his children
  • what he would suggest to see the world better.

to learn more about Paul:

Web: www.LeadWithAStory.com

LinkedIn: http://www.linkedin.com/in/smithpa9

My books:

The 10 Stories Great Leaders TellFour Days with Kenny TedfordLead with a Story (Amazon #1 Bestseller in Business Communication)

Sell with a Story (Amazon #1 Bestseller in Sales and Selling)

Parenting with a Story

 

to learn more about Danny

please visit

www.DanielBruceLevin.com

www.TheMosaicOnline.com

www.TheMosaicPodcast.com

to get a copy of The Mosaic go to,

https://themosaiconline.com/shop/

or get it on amazon by going to:

http://a.co/dvgsgG3

 

Ep 071 Men, Integrity and Honor with Michael Lauria

By | Podcast

May 12, 2020

Michael helps Men create a life that is deeply connected to powerful core values and a well defined purpose.  Michael’s driving principles are ones of Meaning and Contribution believing that a Man embodies masculinity when he leads his family, and community towards positive change and self-empowerment with courage and deep connection with self.

He has been guiding Men for 15 years to live with an attitude of legacy and the intention to leave humanity better by engaging them in a purpose and vision that Is bigger than who they think they are.  He is the author of the bestselling book, “Forging Excalibur- Rediscover your Masculinity.

 

website:  https://www.michaellauriacoaching.com

contact him: michael@michaellauriacoaching.com

https://www.facebook.com/groups/1864049460329729/

facebook group for men: Forging Excalibur – Creating Knights from Men:  https://www.facebook.com/groups/1864049460329729/

 

What you will hear in this podcast:

  • how Michael perceived me in his archetype types- a cross between the jester and the wizard
  • which of his parents approval did he most seek
  • the modern day stereotype of a man compared to how men were 35 years ago
  • the quest for an undefined version of success
  • the provider vs the deep connection to family
  • what he would say to woman who no longer believe that a man needs to be the sole provider, they want to do work they love and share this responsibility
  • the need for good conversation around a man’s feeling of responsibility by working and him being disengaged from the family
  • the place of a man and the place of a woman in relationship
  • has the role of a man evolved or is it the same as it has always been
  • the journey men had to go on to become deeply connected to themselves
  • bringing the inspiration from the time of knights to present day and why we need to go back 400 years to find lives of service.
  • a moment where I lose it and get really annoyed at what is being said
  • a very vulnerable discussion around the battle of when one of my core values disagrees with another core value that I have
  • how michael’s definition of core values changes the conversation for him and how he redefines core values in his definition with things that are important to him
  • what are core values in his belief system
  • my vulnerable conversation about having an affair and how I couldn’t only wear the hat of one of my core values all the time, the hats I wore changed from one core value to the other.
  • the power of discussion, the moment of choice, wearing 2 hats and the pressure cooker
  • Michael shares a moment where his value of his family and his core value of contribution stood eyeball to eyeball and what he did.
  • a discussion around truth and honesty
  • how happy I am that I showed up with the frustration I had and for you to see me in a different way
  • when you are at war with your own beliefs, nobody wins, what as a listener do you do?
  • the one thing everyone can do to make the world a better place

to learn more about Danny, please go to:

www.DanielBruceLevin.com

www.TheMosaicOnline.com

to buy The Mosaic book, please go to:
https://themosaiconline.com/shop/
or go to amazon :
http://a.co/dvgsgG3