We are all one question away from a different life, personally and professionally.
Personal Socrates is an exploration of questions that shape the lives of legends and world-class performers—questions that have the power to change your life and work.
I draw on my interviews with award-winning writers, designers, photographers, strategists, entrepreneurs, technologists, musicians, athletes, and more to provide inspiration and examples as to where and how pointed self-inquiry can help your health, happiness and performance.
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Mental Fitness Strategist
Okay, so what is a Mental Fitness Strategist? Great question. I didn't know either and created the term to best describe the combination of two core drivers in my life:
To teach, guide, and illuminate a unique method of thinking through questions (Mental Fitness)
The thrill of distilling, organizing and simplifying complex situations (Strategist)
What does this mean for brands, organizations, and individuals? They are all complex, and at times, chaotic. But, as described in my Sparketype ®, I think in "systems and processes (i.e., mental fitness practices) designed to create space, order, and efficiency."
Here's how I got to this place and what fuels my work.
After a decade of working on corporate teams in sales, analytics, and product management, I left to study the minds of elite thinkers.
I unpack the mental fitness practices and reflective questions shaping the lives of some of the most successful and brilliant thinkers in the world. I host the top 50 ranked podcast Behind The Human and co-founded the journaling app (KYO) which reached 86.9 million people without any paid advertising. I've studied mental fitness practices for over a decade and consult with Fortune 500 companies as a mental fitness strategist and speaker.
We all ask questions—but are they the right ones, the best ones, and are we asking enough of them?
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