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Cancer Connections is the podcast for anyone who has been impacted by a cancer diagnosis. Each episode, host Hillary Theakston and her guests have the conversations about cancer that don't always happen, but maybe should, on topics like stress and wellness, clinical trials, "exceptional" patient responses, and more. We will not have all of the answers, but we hope you’ll connect with ideas and inspiration that you need for life with cancer on your own terms. Cancer Connections is brought to ...
 
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Cancer Connections introduces “The Cancer Roadmap, Part 2,” the second of two episodes exploring the shared experience many cancer patients have. Understanding the Cancer Roadmap may help to normalize the feelings and emotions associated with a cancer diagnosis as well as help patients know what to expect. Many people describe the feeling of not kn…
 
We're back! And for this episode we're lucky to welcome the one and only Ben Rhodes onto the show. Ben spent eight years with President Barack Obama - as a close confidante, speechwriter, national security advisor, and friend. He was there when the Paris Agreement was signed, and at Obama's side every step of the way towards that historic moment - …
 
In this episode I talk to retired US army Lt Colonel, Dr. Mark Green Mark served as an Inspector General for two tours — one in Afghanistan. Since retiring from the army, Mark transitioned into the role of coaching both resilience and transition. He has written two books. His first book, Step Out, Step Up: Lessons Learned from a Lifetime of Transit…
 
Cancer Connections introduces “The Cancer Roadmap, Part 1,” the first of two episodes exploring the shared experience many cancer patients have. Understanding the Cancer Roadmap may help to normalize the feelings and emotions associated with a cancer diagnosis as well as help patients know what to expect. Many people describe the feeling of not kno…
 
In this episode, I interview the business coach and CEO of Uplevel You, Christine Kane. Christine has created a process for growing your business with a balance of strategy and soul (or intuition). I was excited to record this interview with Christine given that, like me, she was a musician turned entrepreneur. She was a songwriter and performer fo…
 
Our guest this episode is Dr. Beth Karlan, recent recipient of the Lifetime Achievement Award from the International Gynecologic Cancer Society (IGCS), and a surgeon who has three decades of experience treating women with ovarian cancer. You're going to want to find a quiet space to enjoy this interview, because it's our most content-packed episode…
 
In this episode I talk to Social Mindfulness teacher Mark Leonard Mark has searched for a means to make meditation accessible to a mass audience since the early 2000s. He played a key role in establishing the Oxford Mindfulness Centre, opened in 2008, and then adapted Mindfulness-Based Cognitive Therapy for the workplace. Crucially Mark’s focus is …
 
I’m sure you’ve participated in a hot seat before. You might have even facilitated hot seats. But I’m willing to bet you haven’t thought of some of the ways Hillary Weiss uses them in her business to attract clients and generate content. After Hillary shared her approach with me, I put it into action right away. The results? Two new retainer client…
 
Elizabeth Kolbert is the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of The Sixth Extinction. Her most recent book, Under a White Sky, looks at the unintended consequences of human attempts to control nature with technology. "We're now intervening to counter the effects of our own intervention," Kolbert says. "I call it the control of the control of nature." Whe…
 
On this episode of Cancer Connections, Clearity's founder, Laura Shawver, talks with Clearity's Scientific Director, Deb Zajchowski, about how much the field of cancer testing, treatment and research has changed in the 15 years since Laura was diagnosed with ovarian cancer in 2006. These two women, pioneers in their field, explain topics like PARP …
 
You know those times when you read a book and it feels like every word was written for you? That’s the feeling I got reading Trust Yourself by Melody Wilding. Melody’s book is a guide for those of us who are highly ambitious but who sometimes struggle with things like perfectionism, impostor syndrome, emotional triggers, and feeling not good enough…
 
In this episode I speak to neuroscientist Lynda Shaw Lynda is an international professional speaker and her expertise and energy led to receiving the esteemed Professional Speaking Award of Excellence in 2017; the highest accolade for UK professional speakers as chosen by their peers. Lynda has presented TEDx talks, written multiple articles for Fo…
 
This week James catches up with the former chief strategist and senior advisor to President Obama, David Axelrod. James and David talk about the tensions between consensus building and the need for urgent action when it comes to climate action. They also talk about the need to tell a positive story about how climate action will benefit people's liv…
 
How can you tell which things you should focus your limited time, money, and energy on to get the best results in your business? With so many things pulling at your attention, it can be challenging as a business owner to know what should get your attention now and what can wait. It’s easy to end up operating in a reactionary mode that stretches you…
 
In our first three episodes, we heard from expert physicians about the connection between stress and disease, people who have defied the odds in exceptional ways, and how addressing death thoughtfully may bring unexpected joy. But how do these ideas about the connection between stress and disease square with someone who is actually living with a ca…
 
In this episode I speak to retired US army special forces operator JD Morris JD spent 13 years on Operational Detachments in 3rd Battalion, 5th Special Forces Group. Over those 13 years, he served as the Engineer Sergeant, Intelligence Sergeant, and Operations Sergeant on Special Forces A-Teams. He deployed five times under long term combat conditi…
 
This week James catches up with award winning author Barbara Kingsolver, whose work over the last three decades has eloquently and movingly touched on matters of genuine social and environmental concern. Most notably, Barbara's novel Flight Behaviour conveyed the impact of climate change on a community, an ecosystem and a species. The novel also dr…
 
It's not just you—nobody wants to talk about death. Not only is it an uncomfortable topic to bring up, but also, as palliative care expert Dr. BJ Miller explains, it's nearly impossible to capture in words the range of feelings one can have about such a momentous and personal life event. But if we don't talk about it, what are we missing out on? Ca…
 
In this episode I speak to Neuroscientist and medical doctor Dr. Russell Kennedy Russell's work focuses on helping people recover from anxiety. His the author of a fantastic book on this subject: Anxiety RX, which I highly recommend. In this episode we discuss: How to find the stress in your body How to connect with your true self How to align your…
 
Are spontaneous healers medical flukes? Or is there something we can learn from them and apply to our own lives? Dr. Jeffrey Rediger, author of "Cured: The Life-Changing Science of Spontaneous Healing," talks with us about what he's learned from studying these kinds of cases for the past 15 years. Some of the topics we cover: Why it's so important …
 
Join us as we talk with renowned public speaker and best-selling author Dr. Gabor Maté about the well-documented link between stress and illness. In this episode, Dr. Maté and host Hillary Theakston discuss: How to talk about stress and illness in a compassionate way that doesn't shame or blame Chronic stress and its impact on the body How the way …
 
Welcome to a new space where we can have the kinds of conversations that are not happening often enough alongside a cancer diagnosis—conversations about things like the connection between stress and wellness, or how to cope with death anxiety, or how clinical trials work today. We're sitting down with scientists, doctors, advocates, and patients fo…
 
When Hindou Oumarou Ibrahim was a child, Lake Chad in her home country spanned 10,000 km2. Today, because of climate change, it is around a tenth of that size. As Hindou puts its "climate change is not about our future, it's about our present.” Hindou is an expert in the adaptation and mitigation of indigenous peoples to climate change. She is a me…
 
In this episode I speak to positive psychologist Michael Steger Michael is a recognized authority on meaning in life, purpose, happiness, psychological strengths, and positive psychology. His research on these topics has been published in more than 100 scientific peer-reviewed journal articles and book chapters. His books include Purpose and Meanin…
 
James catches up with author and journalist David Wallace-Wells. David's 2017 best-selling book The Uninhabitable Earth began with the now-famous line “it is worse, much worse, than you think.” It then goes on to set out in rich and forensic detail what the impacts of climate change could be for our politics, our culture, our economy, and our psych…
 
In this episode I speak to philosopher Tim Freke Tim is a pioneering philosopher whose bestselling books, inspirational talks, and life-changing events have touched the hearts and minds of hundreds of thousands of people worldwide. In this episode we discuss: Understanding the nature of existence spiritual awakening and evolving from individuals in…
 
This week James catches up with world-renowned climate scientist and science writer, Dr. Kate Marvel. Kate is research scientist at NASA’s Goddard Institute for Space Studies and a professor at Columbia University’s Department of Applied Physics and Mathematics. One of the reasons for inviting Kate on the show was to get to the bottom of how a clim…
 
Kia ora! Welcome back for the second series of What Comes After What Comes Next, Aotearoa New Zealand's number one podcast about how we tackle the climate crisis and renew our economies in a post-pandemic world. To kick off series two James catches up with "probably the most important economist in the world"* Professor Jeffrey Sachs. *according to …
 
Sustainable business success results from understanding and knowing how to operate within three critical ecosystems: business strategies, personal development, and daily habit/mindset. My guest, Jeffrey Shaw, writes about these ecosystems in his latest book, The Self-Employed Life. Many times over burgers and fries, Jeff has told me stories about h…
 
In this episode I speak to surfing legend Shaun Tomson This episode is a little different in format from previous episodes. I speak to surfing legend Shaun Tomson, and invited my good friend Arron Le Boutillier to join us. Shaun was Aaron's hero growing up so he made it very clear I wasn’t going to be interviewing Shaun without him. Shaun Tomson is…
 
Have you looked at the executive team you've built for your business? Do they think just like you under pressure? As an entrepreneur, you need people to help you see your blind-spots. So says author and founder of Flourish Forums, Mike Maddock, who says the right forum can provide the kind of diverse thought that acts as your own growth advisory bo…
 
In this episode I speak to former special forces operator turned peak performance coach Todd Opalski Having spent time as a competitive bodybuilder, triathlete, adventure racer, survivalist, special operations operator, hostage rescue assault commander, corporate security analyst, and director of operations for a technology company, Todd knows the …
 
When monetizing your expertise and email list, there are three easily-overlooked mistakes that will secretly siphon away your profit potential. These three monetization mistakes are part of a phenomenon I refer to as Monetization Shyness. I’m often asked to look over a client’s monetization strategies to find the gaps. Monetization Shyness is the f…
 
How many people can say they’ve never worked for anyone else? Selling eggs door-to-door at 14 years old began a lifetime of self-employment. As a speaker and small business consultant, Jeffrey Shaw helps self-employed and small business owners gain control of their business in what seems like otherwise uncontrollable circumstances. Drawing on his e…
 
Today we have a fun episode for you where the team plays the Swedish conversation game called HYGGE. We have a round table discussion regarding religion, committing crimes, doing one thing again for the first time and if money makes you happier. For all new interviews and episodes please go to www.MMPodcast.me and subscribe. Enjoy the show!…
 
In this episode I speak to Neuroscientist Kaushik Ram Kaushik’s focus as a Neuroscientist is in the brain body connection. His mission is to teach others how they can strengthen their nervous system and train the intelligence of the heart to thrive in a era of rapid change, complexity and ambiguity. His goal is to take the guess work out of hustle …
 
How can you know what to focus on in your business to produce the most significant new growth? With so many options available to you, it can be hard to decide where to invest your limited time, money, and other resources to get the greatest return on your efforts. We can quickly end up overwhelmed, spread too thin, or focused on the wrong areas. Th…
 
In this episode I speak to my good friend Richard Norton Richard has lived an amazing life. From body guarding the Rolling Stones and Linda Ronstade, to becoming an action film star, stuntman, and fight choreographer for some of Hollywood's biggest block busters. This interview is backed with inspirational true life stories, from a man who has live…
 
This is not your average interview with John Lee Dumas. I’ve known John since 2012, before his popular podcast, Entrepreneur on Fire, launched. We met in a pizzeria near Times Square while in NYC for the New Media Expo. Little did I know the level of impact and income John would go on to generate. Since then, I’ve watched John’s meteoric success. T…
 
How can you ensure to create products and services that your market will scramble to buy? To design products and services that are sure to sell, you must first focus on the offer’s value proposition. The value proposition answers the customer’s premier question. What’s in it for me? The customer wants to know the outcomes they will achieve and the …
 
In this episode I speak to Bill Kieffer Bill is a former U.S. Army officer with over a decade of active duty service. He is also a human resource and talent management executive with over two decades of senior leadership experience in large, complex, global companies. Throughout his career he has coached and advised military veterans to successfull…
 
In this episode I speak to Stuart King Stuart has a degree in Sports Science followed by an MSc in Physical Activity, Health and Well being. He is in charge of the strategic direction of BeeZee Bodies a team of nutritionists and behavior change experts, helping people make real, long lasting changes towards a healthier lifestyle. They run weight ma…
 
In this episode I talk to Denis Waitley. Denis is a pioneer in high-performance human achievement, he has counseled winners in every field from Fortune 500 top executives and entrepreneurs to Super Bowl and Olympic champions; from Apollo astronauts to government leaders and universities. His audio series, The Psychology of Winning is the most-liste…
 
As a business owner and thought leader, there will inevitably be times when you procrastinate a task or project despite its significance to your goals. There are many reasons why we procrastinate, but two of the most common are perfectionism and overwhelm. I certainly have plenty of experience in this respect. Procrastination can be especially frus…
 
In this episode I talk to Dr. Robert Biswas-Diener. Robert is known as the Indiana Jones of Positive Psychology. He is a psychologist, researcher, trainer, and author. He is particularly interested in positive topics such as wellbeing, social support, and courage. Even though there are person-to-person differences in courage, Robert believes that i…
 
In this episode I talk to Jeff Harry. Jeff shows individuals and companies how to tap into their true selves, to feel their happiest and most fulfilled — all by playing. He has worked with Google, Microsoft, Southwest Airlines, Adobe, the NFL, Amazon and Facebook, helping their staff to infuse more play into the day-to-day. Jeff’s playwork has been…
 
In this episode I talk to Andrew Williams. Andrew is the Founder and Managing Director of Agility Consulting Group. He has been an Adjunct Faculty at the Australia Graduate School of Management at the University of New South Wales for over 10 years where he facilitates executive programs in adaptive leadership, leadership agility and personal growt…
 
In this episode I talk to my good friend Aaron Le Boutillier. Aaron is one of those people who has lived a full life. It would take an episode just to run through everything he has accomplished. He recently completed his masters in criminology and criminal psychology, and is now onto his Phd. For close on two decades Aaron has lived in Thailand. He…
 
In this episode I talk to my good friend Eric Lyons. This is one of those powerful, open discussions that I won’t easily forget. As men, these are the conversations many of us avoid, being vulnerable. I have spent many a night in Thailand with our mutual friend Arron Le Boutillier at his home in Thailand Tree Roots Retreat having deep discussions l…
 
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