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    Being in a relationship is a work in progress. Fully committing to that relationship is hard work. There are no shortcuts, no hacks. There is no one pattern that works for everyone. It’s a handful, and both must be fully invested to make it work.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares relationship questions that will make you think, rethink, and contemplate whether you’re doing enough to nurture your relationship.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro02:58 7 questions to ask to help improve relationships05:17 Question #1: What am I doing right that I should do more of?09:17 Question #2: What should I do less of?12:39 Question #3: What do I do that makes you confident?14:23 Question #4: What do I do that makes you anxious?17:47 Question #5: What is your love language?20:40 Question #6: What’s your fight style?22:09 Question #7: Is this relationship going in the direction you want it to go?

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    Jay Shetty talks to Jenna Kutcher about her newest book called, How Are You, Really? Sometimes, when people ask us how we are, we tend to lie and just reply, “I’m fine.” We even lie to ourselves to make us feel better even though we really are not. But what difference would it make if we actually try to get to know ourselves better and get to know how we are…really?

    Jenna Kutcher is a born-and-raised Minnesota wife, mother, and entrepreneur who aims for two things daily: helping others wake up to life and staying in comfy pants. Creator and host of the top-rated Goal Digger Podcast, she’s helped thousands redefine success and chase bold dreams through her decade-long work as a leading online personality and educator.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro03:01 How are you, really?06:47 The journey of writing a book07:46 Learn to listen to yourself13:11 Don’t feel guilty to rest17:07 Welcome change in your life21:17 The romanticization of hustle culture25:06 Setting boundaries29:14 How to say no34:22 Giving ourselves permission to rely on others40:14 The best mentorship is someone’s honest experience46:37 What’s a worthy goal?53:20 Jenna’s Final Five

    Episode Resources

    Get a free special bonus from Jenna when you order her book How Are You, Really? by visiting http://www.jennakutcher.com/jay

    Jenna Kutcher | InstagramJenna Kutcher | WebsiteJenna Kutcher | PodcastHow Are You, Really?: Living Your Truth One Answer at a Time
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    We've probably met different types of people with varying personalities and we've never really thought about it. It may seem trivial, unimportant, or unrelated to what we want to accomplish that day. But having a good grasp of the different types of people will actually help us form better connections. We can start avoiding misunderstandings and miscommunication when we understand how the people around us think and how they act upon their thoughts.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty explains four different personality types, their possible habits and actions, and how we can effectively communicate and interact with them.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro02:04 The 4 types of people we will meet05:00 Questions you should ask yourself07:39 Type #1: OT - Outgoing and Task10:57 Type #2: OP - Outgoing and People15:37 Type #3: RT - Reserved and Task17:19 Type #4: RP - Reserved and People

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    Jay Shetty sits down with Shawn Stevenson to talk about the amount of control we have over our body. Studies have shown that our thoughts are powerful enough to motivate us to move, to thrive, and to succeed. The same goes for our determination to improve ourselves. If we use the strength of our mind to push ourselves and our body to exceed what society deems as our limits, we can achieve far greater things.

    Shawn Stevenson is the author of the USA Today National bestseller Eat Smarter and the international bestselling book Sleep Smarter. He’s also creator of The Model Health Show, featured as the number #1 health podcast in the U.S. with millions of listener downloads each year. A graduate of the University of Missouri–St. Louis, Shawn studied business, biology, and nutritional science and became the cofounder of Advanced Integrative Health Alliance. Shawn has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, The New York Times, Muscle & Fitness, ABC News, ESPN, and many other major media outlets.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro03:15 Diagnosed with a degenerative disease12:31 Body movement is the primary driver of healing21:36 The power of food to reboot our metabolism32:23 How brain inflammation affects our body41:13 The human brain is the most complicated object in the known universe47:36 Your overall stress load as a human being59:13 Placebo clinical trial on prison inmates01:06:20 Our mood improves when we’re healthier01:10:33 If you allow a person to speak01:16:59 We’re living in a sick society01:26:25 Abundance in people resources is a gift

    Episode Resources

    Shawn Stevenson | InstagramShawn Stevenson | TwitterShawn Stevenson | YouTubeShawn Stevenson | LinkedInShawn Stevenson | BooksThe Model Health Show
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    Why do some people stay in a relationship? People stay because they are in love obviously – but sometimes people stay because it’s convenient and they don’t want to waste the time they’ve already spent with that person. But is this really what makes you stay?

    In this episode of On Purpose, we get to listen to Jay’s conversation with Lewis Howes where they talk about whether someone can stay in a relationship with someone for a very long time.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro02:46 Real love is different from the movies05:13 Desire in relationships06:50 The chase and pursuit09:56 Why you don’t need to love one person for the rest of your life11:14 The reason why people stay in a non-working relationship11:56 Starting a relationship in therapy13:16 Seeing life in seasons14:05 Polyamorous relationships will not give you peace18:37 Have a conversation about the relationship that you want22:20 Relationships should be high engagement - low attachment24:58 A long term relationship does not mean it’s a successful one28:20 Life story vs. love story30:18 Commitment31:26 Stop bringing baggage into the relationship33:21 What you can learn in a committed relationship37:52 Removing sexual chemistry in the start of a relationship42:12 Wanting to be in a relationship because you feel lonely44:50 Learn what you want to do together48:12 The different stages of relationships50:26 Inner peace

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    Jay Shetty talks to Jaspreet Singh about financial education. The best investment that you can do in your life is to invest in yourself. That’s why learning about finance is an important skill that we need to acquire in order for us to grow our mental wealth while also growing our financial wealth.

    Jaspreet Singh is a serial entrepreneur and licensed attorney. Although he didn’t receive any formal financial education – he’s on a mission to make financial education fun and accessible. Jaspreet is the Chief Executive Money Nerd at the Minority Mindset Companies and the host of the Minority Mindset YouTube Channel.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro02:07 Understanding the role of money in your life04:55 Four aspects of life08:03 Money is a tool for you to do the things you want to do11:42 Importance of financial education14:26 The 3 bad habits in handling money16:08 Don’t go broke just to look rich18:10 The problem with saving money19:30 Stop blindly following the system27:59 Understanding the concept of money30:53 Equity33:58 The wealth formula36:10 Investing with little money40:42 The best investment in the world45:09 Delayed gratification49:43 Having financial confidence51:27 Recessions and market crashes1:02:56 Avoid emotional investing1:09:22 Jaspreet’s Final Five

    Episode Resources

    Jaspreet Singh | InstagramJaspreet Singh | TwitterJaspreet Singh | Website
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    When negative thoughts turn into action, that turns into habits, and then become an addiction that ruins our life, surrounding yourself with people that can talk you out of these negative thoughts will change your life. Having people around with positive influence on you is the best way to combat addiction.

    In this episode of On Purpose, we get to listen again to Jay’s conversation with Russell Brand on Follow The Reader with Jay Shetty. They talk about why we become addicted to things and how to pivot from it.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro02:48 We suffer from the notion that something’s missing in our life05:08 We all function on a certain programming07:16 When we live in a projected image of ourselves09:21 Acknowledging that we all are flawed11:41 Take a personal inventory of the unpleasant things in your life14:54 Economic culture that’s based upon productivity16:30 It’s important to have a counsel of people18:58 Engaging your rational mind takes you out of your emotion20:36 Here’s a postcard from the other side21:42 Be careful not to judge your parents23:00 Russell on Quick Fire questions

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    Jay Shetty talks to Zachary Levi about radical love. We all grew up with some form of trauma. Some have come to terms with it and managed to move on, find new beginnings, and live better lives. Some are still struggling because their past is entangled with their present and is now limiting them mentally, socially, and emotionally. Talking to someone about these unpleasant feelings is the first step to healing. But taking the first step, for some, remains to be a difficult move.

    Zachary Levi is one of the most versatile actors in Hollywood with critically acclaimed roles in TV, Film, and on Broadway. HIs career catapulted as the lead and fan favorite, Chuck Bartowski, in the hit NBC series, Chuck. Zachary demonstrated his range as a Tony Award Nominee for Best Actor in a Musical in She Loves Me. His impressive vocals landed him a leading role in the Disney Academy Award nominated (Best Original Song) animated musical, Tangled.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro03:24 What does radical love look like?14:31 How trauma affects our mindset and perspective23:08 Running away from what you’re trying to survive from30:00 Heal yourself by talking about the problem

    Episode Resources

    Zachary Levi | InstagramZachary Levi | TwitterRadical Love: Learning to Accept Yourself and Others
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    Our personality is a major component of who we are as a person and is often how people see us. Depending on the personality type that is dominant within us, our reactions to different situations vary from others. And these varying reactions may be viewed negatively by other people because their personality is the exact opposite of ours.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares the key qualities of the different personality types and what can be done to improve our personality development.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro01:18 Why is it important to know your personality type? 06:45 Type #1: The Perfectionist13:10 Type #2: The Giver19:34 Type #3: The Performer22:24 Type #4: The Romantic24:42 Type #5: The Observer26:58 Type #6: The Loyal Skeptic

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    Jay Shetty sits down with Lisa Bilyeu to talk about fighting for your own dreams. When you want to achieve success, you need to work hard for it. You need to have the right mindset to get through the roadblocks that may come your way. You need to be present in the moment and make meaningful connections. And you need to fight for what you want. You need to fight for yourself.

    Lisa Bilyeu is the co-founder of the billion dollar company Quest Nutrition, the President of Impact Theory, and the host of the Women of Impact podcast where she features women who have overcome incredible hardship to achieve massive success. Her mission is to empower all women to recognize that they really can become the hero of their own life.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro04:46 Developing confidence is like a muscle06:31 Radical confidence is taking little steps that lead to your goal11:18 The problem with excuses is when they are real18:06 Only you can fight for your dreams23:38 Fear can stop so many of us30:54 Don’t allow being critical to yourself to stop you31:47 The danger of looking for external validation35:01 The biggest mistake of goal setting37:09 When should you stop apologizing?42:48 Our perception of things changes everything46:20 Closing the gap between being sensitive and taking action

    Episode Resources

    Lisa Bilyeu | InstagramLisa Bilyeu | FacebookQuest NutritionImpact TheoryRadical ConfidenceWomen of Impact | YouTube
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    Being too critical about the things your partner does, unknowingly, makes you the toxic person in the relationship. When you get the same treatment from your partner, you often feel unappreciated and unloved without realizing that you’ve been doing the same thing to them. As this cycle continues, the foundation crumbles and the relationship inevitably fails.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty explains the mistakes we often make in our relationship and how we should be mindful of our actions to strengthen it.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro01:47 The common relationship mistakes we make03:53 Mistake #1: Being too critical to our partner07:42 Instead of criticizing, get creative in removing complaints09:42 Mistake #2: When jokes go too far14:57 Mistake #3: We become deflective, we become defensive17:35 Mistake #4: Disconnecting or becoming aloof19:41 Mistake #5: You focus on the value displayed in the moment22:13 Mistake #6: Our partners aren’t our coaches

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    Jay Shetty sits down with Water.Org co-founders Matt Damon and Gary White to talk about the water crisis around the world. We see stories of extreme poverty in places that are less developed and have little to no access to basic services such as electricity and water. These stories of struggles are out there but we don’t get to hear the rawness of the situation and reality many people live in. The water crisis is real and it’s one of the major hindrances for children to have proper education and a chance at a better future.

    While everyone knows Matt Damon as an actor and producer and screenwriter, in 2006, he founded H20 Africa Foundation to raise awareness about water initiatives on the continent. Matt's active participation in the work of Water.Org and Walter Equity has positioned him as one of the world's experts on water and sanitation issues. Now in 1991, Gary White launched Water Partners, now the international NGO known as Water.Org. Today, he leads two organizations in creating and executing market-driven solutions to the global water crisis driving innovations in the way water and sanitation projects are delivered and financed.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro03:14 The water crisis is a daily struggle09:35 Taking the problem one step at a time and find a solution 16:49 How the lack of water impacts women and girls more21:53 What else should a thirteen year old girl think about?24:41 The impact of seeing places in extreme poverty27:50 Tapping into existing microfinance institutions (MFIs) across the globe35:10 Finding a partner in the water credit space40:44 Spread awareness on these individual stories

    Episode Resources

    Water.OrgWater EquityThe Worth of Water
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    How many times have you heard bad news first thing in the morning and then end up feeling bad for the rest of the day? Or how about reading a bad comment online and feeling restless about it? The news that we consume everyday can highly affect our mental health which can result in us feeling stressed and helpless.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares facts of how to reduce the feeling of helplessness and how we can improve our relationship with the news.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro00:28 The feeling of helplessness02:17 The Seligman Experiment07:24 Step #1: Choose when & where you consume news10:28 Step #2: Expose yourself to good news12:24 Focus on the things you’re doing well16:53 Step #3: Find your role in the community18:52 Step #4: Practice self-care21:58 Step #5: Pray for courage

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    Jay Shetty sits down with Gabrielle Bernstein to talk about how past trauma affects our daily life. Within us is our protector self, that part of us that takes over when we face fear, danger, sadness, longing, and feel hurt. And our protective self can sometimes stop us from taking chances, from taking risks. It can possibly hinder our growth and healing. Let’s tap into this inner version of us and make peace with our wounded self.

    Gabrielle Bernstein is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of The Universe Has Your Back, Super Attractor, and has written six additional bestsellers including her latest book, Super Attractor. Gabrielle was featured on Oprah’s SuperSoul Sunday as a “next-generation thought leader,” and The Oprah Winfrey Network chose Gabby to be part of the “SuperSoul 100,” a dynamic group of 100 trailblazers whose vision and life’s work are bringing a higher level of consciousness to the world. The New York Times identified her as “a new role model.”

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro02:02 What is happiness?05:27 The concept of being present11:54 We’re all running from trauma of some form15:43 Our greatest protector part is to dissociate19:25 “For my husband, Zach…” 22:18 How do you help someone help you?29:36 Opening up something and not getting stuck in one place 32:40 Our physical conditions are psychosomatic 36:08 Carrying around shame39:10 How do you fall in love with yourself again?46:27 Dealing with your protector and exile parts48:48 It’s not about getting out of it overnight52:45 Thinking of trauma as a mother55:38 Getting through postpartum depression

    Episode Resources

    Gabby Bernstein | WebsiteGabby Bernstein | YouTubeGabby Bernstein | InstagramGabby Bernstein | TwitterGabby Bernstein | FacebookGabby Bernstein | LinkedInGabby Bernstein | BooksDear Gabby PodcastHappy Days: The Guided Path from Trauma to Profound Freedom and Inner Peace
  • To see my Top 3 Reasons why you should try online therapy visit betterhelp.com/jaystop3. You deserve to invest in yourself, and BetterHelp is a great way to do that. Go to betterhelp.com/jaystop3 and to get 10% off your first month of online therapy when you sign up.

    For this special series, in partnership with Betterhelp, Jay Shetty sits down with Haesue Jo, Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist & Head of Clinical Operations at BetterHelp and Jayme Cyk. Jayme, who has been unhappy with her previous sessions, shares how finding the right therapist has helped her gradually accept and love her own body.

    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro03:18 What brings you to therapy today?04:09 Different eating habits that started at a young age07:57 Noticing that the eating habits are beyond being healthy and mindful12:34 Taking antidepressants since nine16:20 Conversations matter in every session20:23 Relationship between body image and self worth30:54 Now in the 6-month commitment to therapy33:24 Therapists should prioritize building rapport37:53 Finding the right therapist
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    Jay Shetty sits down with Dr. Rangan Chatterjee to talk about the core of happiness. There is a huge difference between success and happiness, oftentimes we confuse the two as one and the same. One can be successful in their job, career, business, and family life, but can be unhappy. We need to learn the core of happiness to genuinely enjoy life by appreciating our past self, our current life, and the future we all look forward to having.

    Dr. Rangan Chatterjee is regarded as one of the most influential medical doctors in the UK and wants to change how medicine will be practiced for years to come. He hosts the biggest health podcast in the UK and Europe, ‘Feel Better, Live More’. He can simplify complex health advice so people can feel better and live more. Dr Chatterjee is known for finding the root cause of people's health problems and he highlighted his methods in the ground-breaking BBC television show, Doctor in the House.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro03:11 Happiness is the byproduct when we do the right things08:12 We confuse success and happiness14:54 Accepting everything that has happened to you27:14 The process of alignment40:23 The 2-part exercise to stay aligned47:00 Alignment is not a destination you get to49:58 Dr. Rangan on Final Five

    Episode Resources

    Dr. Rangan Chatterjee | InstagramDr. Rangan Chatterjee | YouTubeDr. Rangan Chatterjee | TwitterDr. Rangan Chatterjee | FacebookDr. Rangan Chatterjee | LinkedInDr. Rangan Chatterjee | BooksDr. Rangan Chatterjee | WebsiteFeel Better, Live More Podcast
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    What truly defines a healthy relationship? And what makes one unhealthy? Is there an easy way to spot if the relationship we’re in is good for us or gradually hurting us? It often involves the level of our emotional health, our mental maturity to process difficult situations, and how far are we willing to stay in the partnership.

    In this episode of On Purpose, Jay Shetty shares facts of how unhealthy traits eventually ruins relationships and the positive habits that can turn things around.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro01:30 The power of having a support system02:08 Why the quality of our relationships are good for us11:12 Sign #1: Sense of mutual respect15:01 Sign #2: Honesty18:56 Sign #3: Individuality24:53 Unhealthy Trait #1: Sense of control25:04 Unhealthy Trait #2: Emotional regulation

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    Jay Shetty sits down once again with Gary Vee to talk about choosing to fight for your passion over what other people have to say. When you allow people and their opinions affect how you live, you give them control over your life. You are giving them the power to decide for you. You can change that but choosing how much of your life you want to share and to what extent is already considered an intrusion into your private life.

    Gary Vaynerchuk is a serial entrepreneur, and serves as the Chairman of VaynerX and the CEO of VaynerMedia. Gary is considered one of the leading global minds on what’s next in culture, relevance and the internet. Known as “GaryVee” he is described as one of the most forward thinkers in business - he acutely recognizes trends and patterns early to help others understand how these shifts impact markets and consumer behavior. Today, he helps Fortune 1000 brands leverage consumer attention through his full service advertising agency, VaynerMedia.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro01:39 “I do a good job of making my Dad popular.”06:41 If it works for you, you can juggle multiple things12:33 “I’m very happy because I’m very simple.”18:11 We have demonized losing when losing is the best22:26 You’re in control of your life26:50 Leveraging family and personal life lacks authenticity29:54 Lack of accountability is leading to so much unhappiness34:29 What is your most worthy pursuit?

    Episode Resources

    Gary Vee | InstagramGary Vee | YouTubeGary Vee | TwitterGary Vee | LinkedInGary Vee | BooksGary Vee | FacebookVaynerMediaThe GaryVee Audio Experience
  • Jay Shetty graduated from business school—and decided to become a monk. Not only was this an unusual move, but it was met with strong disapproval from his family and friends.

    But Jay followed this calling. Today, he's a #1 New York Times bestselling author, hosts a leading health podcast, and is lauded as a mindfulness leader by millions worldwide.

    Shortly after obtaining a degree in business, Jay Shetty decided to become a monk. Not only was this an unusual move, but it was met with strong disapproval from both family and friends. Still, Jay felt compelled to follow this calling, and today Jay is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, hosts a leading health podcast, and is lauded as a mindfulness leader by millions of people around the world. In this episode, Jay tells Alex about feeling completely lost at multiple times in his career, and how holding true to his values helped navigate his way through immense imposter syndrome and nearly running out of money.

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    Key Takeaways:

    00:00 Intro03:43 What was childhood like for a young Jay Shetty?08:11 Clash between self awareness and low self esteem10:08 We are living two lives16:24 Loving the process and accepting the result24:38 Don’t get discouraged if you are behind27:15 Asked to speak in front of colleagues29:47 Navigating through Imposter syndrome34:48 Be open to risks, welcome mentorships42:39 Everything in the world is made up of energy46:07 Preserve the purity of your heart

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    Jay Shetty sits down with Neha Kumar to talk about women in business and motherhood. In a place where men dominate and are seen as rulers in a certain field, women will have to exert extra effort, time, and dedication to be in a position that is considerably equal to men. And when a woman has the passion for it, the will to persevere, and the favorable circumstances that allow her to flourish, she gets to be her best self for herself, her family, her career, and her goals.

    Neha Kumar is the former COO & CFO of Create & Cultivate, an integrated platform designed to help millennial women achieve their full career potential, including new female entrepreneurs who require additional resources. Neha has a dynamic and entrepreneurial mindset. She is also an angel investor who is passionate about investing in game-changing businesses. As a current faculty member at the UCLA Anderson school, she teaches the next generation of undergraduates about entrepreneurial finance and management.

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    What We Discuss:

    00:00 Intro02:27 Congratulations on your 5th wedding anniversary!04:40 The unconscious bias on women08:14 Being a woman in business school14:27 Education will give us a framework on how to think21:23 How to teach students to think deeply25:47 You want to be able to think strategically31:07 The difference between a business and a passion project36:53 Focus is a big deal40:39 Work-life balance versus priorities46:44 In the workplace, not everyone can empathize with you50:40 Dealing with ‘mom guilt’57:30 What do you look at when you invest?59:06 Neha on Final Five

    Episode Resources

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