Andrea and Lindsay return to the Shift Show and tell Zac about their experiences at The Cult Gathering at the end of February. The Gathering is billed an Exclusive Union of the World’s Bravest Brands. Lindsay talks about some of the similarities between the different Cult Brands that were presenting at the conference in Banff. Andrea recounts the Inner Sanctum event with Afdhel Aziz, who wrote the book, “Good is the New Cool”. Afdhel was mentioning the necessity of having corporate values aligned to creating good in the world.

Every single person who works in your company is a brand ambassador. A company needs to clearly state it’s core values and hire employees that not only hold these core values in belief but also embody them through action.

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  • 32 Life Optimization and Guided Life Analysis Follow-up with Dr. Lindsay Sewall and Zac Erickson May 11, 2020
    Dr. Lindsay and Zac get together for the second episode in the two part series on life analysis. If you did not listen to episode 31 or do the workbook from the previous episode. To guide you through some of these questions, we’ve developed this resource to help you kick your quarantine blues and develop a strategy...
  • 31 Life Optimization and Guided Life Analysis with Dr. Lindsay Sewall and Zac Erickson April 30, 2020
    Dr. Lindsay and Zac discuss some tips and tricks for you to follow as you go through your own Life Analysis. Feel free to follow along with the podcast or just go through the resource at your own pace. You can even just listen to the podcast on it’s own. Whatever works for you. To...
  • 30 Battling Your Demons with Dungeons and Dragons with Dr. Megan Connell and Zac Erickson November 5, 2019
    On this episode, we explore the excitement and emotion of playing tabletop role-playing games. On this episode of The Shift Show, Zac welcomes Dr. Megan Connell to discuss how tabletop role-playing games like Dungeons and Dragons. They discuss the importance of play at any age, and how getting together with friends to roll dice and...
  • 29 All About Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD) with James Murch and Zac Erickson September 30, 2019
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  • 28 Considering Other Perspectives with Andrea McTague and Zac Erickson August 4, 2019
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  • 27 Limiting Beliefs in Relationships with Dr Lindsay Sewall and Zac Erickson July 3, 2019
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  • 026 That Pesky Lizard Brain with Andrea McTague and Zac Erickson June 10, 2019
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  • 025 Conflict Scenarios with Andrea McTague and Zac April 23, 2019
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  • 024 ADHD: Where’s the Deficit? Olga Yakovlyeva joins Zac April 16, 2019
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  • 023 Toxic Parents: Dealing with the fallout February 12, 2019
    Covering general patterns of toxicity rather than specific "Big T" Trauma. Focusing on doing what it takes to take care of yourself when you have had some of these non-nurturing elements early in development.