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Doable Change

Your actionable podcast and online community for making things better. Each week we interview an expert in change. From personal growth to organizational change to cultural/political shifts, this is where passionate people move from ideas to actions, starting today and finishing for good. Doable Change: You Got This!
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Doable Change is a podcast and online community where we make change more just a concept, we interview experts who lead us to actions.

From personal growth to organizational change to cultural/political shifts, this is where passionate people make change doable, starting today and finishing for good. Doable change: you got this.

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Jan 16, 2017

Today we'll be talking with someone whose bio reads like a modern fairy tale. She's worked with some of the biggest names in music and show business before they were big, and then helped them deal with the life altering impacts of that success. She's the person the Grammy Awards bring in when there's been a bomb threat, to ensure that the coast is clear. She's worked with governments in hostage negotiations to bring people to safety. And with world-renown scientists on communications between species. She works with corporations to be more effective and less destructive. She's helped thousands and thousands of people directly through physical healing work, and her psychological work with entire family systems. But you've probably never hear her name: our guest today is Phyllis Laursen. I was fortunate enough to meet Phyllis when I a mere 15 years old, and I'm happy to say that we've been friends ever since. Here's my conversation with Phyllis on making change doable, here on Doable Change. 

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1 Comments
  • eight and a half months ago
    Geekgrl2004
    A compelling and pragmatic approach to how to consider change. Sam's interview with Phyllis Laursen grabs the topic head-on by calling out our own society's propensity for addiction to change or transformation. But it didn't stop with the critique, I learned real tools, grounded in the physical that I could apply. A great start to what I hope will continue to be an enriching podcast.