Clint Robert Murphy

Get Out of Your Head – How to Navigate Depression with Brian Sachetta

Depression is one of the most prevalent mental illnesses globally. This silent killer takes lives without warning, punishment, or compassion. Brian Sachetta is my guest on today’s pursuit of learning podcast episode. He is an author, blogger, and software engineer. Although Brian’s writing focuses on health, wellness, and personal development, he employs his computer science background in his writings. His “Get Out of Your Head” line of books draws parallels between computer systems and the human mind and offers readers strategies for overcoming anxiety and depression. Get Out of Your Head: A Toolkit for Living with and Conquering Anxiety is the first book in this series. Today’s discussion delves into his second book, Get Out of Your Head: Navigating the Abyss of Depression.

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How to find your power as a hybrid professional with Dr. Sarabeth Berk

If you are employed in more than one capacity, you are more than one person. If you fit this description, you may be a hybrid professional. Hybrids were previously unnoticed in the workforce. However, the secret is now public and will remain so in the future. A hybrid professional combines numerous professional identities and operates at their intersections. Other professions maintain only one identity at a time, but hybrids maintain multiple identities. They create a whole new identity, which is their distinctive worth in the workforce.

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Reframe Your Story: Let Go, Do Less and Be More with Tammy Heerman

In the 1970s, a stereotype was termed “think manager, think male,” which stated that we all identify male features and attributes with the term “leadership.” However, unfortunately, we continue to do so even now. We continue to link masculine and male qualities and attributes with leadership. Our guest today is on a mission to rewrite women’s narratives. She wishes to dispel the age-old stigma of “think manager, think male” and redefine leadership with “think leadership. think female.”

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Fire the Haters: Finding Courage to Create Online in a Critical World with Jillian Johnsrud

Sharing our creative and entrepreneurial endeavors online might feel like navigating an unknown sea. There can be hundreds of containing setbacks and stumbling blocks that could sink our ship. Today’s guest on the pursuit of learning podcast is someone who will walk us through this process with the lessons she collected throughout the years. Jillian Johnsrud joins today’s episode to offer the expertise and experience she gained while successfully navigating this creative entrepreneurial life. Additionally, she guides us to nurture the courage necessary to create online in a hostile atmosphere.

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Driving optimal performance through core attributes with Rich Diviney

Performance and optimal performance are two different things. While improving performance is good, pursuing optimal performance is the better and more sustainable way that allow us to become successful in out personal and professional ventures. Our guest today is an author, and a retired commander who ran training programs for the navy seals. Throughout the episode, we dive into some science-backed, real-world optimal performance indicators and how we can function at optimal performance level by developing key attributes of our personality.

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