ADVENTURES IN BEHAVIOUR CHANGE

The Little Challenges Podcast

In each episode, Katie interviews a different guest and invites them to suggest a Little Challenge that listeners can try for themselves. 

EPISODE 35: Why is nonsense important? A hilarious - and deeply moving - explanation from Lesley Graney, founder of Random Acts of Nonsense.

What is Radical Honesty and how can we practise it? Exploring ways of improving our communication with Ely Caputo.

Are there serious benefits to being silly? A moving and funny conversation with Lesley Graney of Random Acts of Nonsense.

How can we get what we want - and treat others well at the same time? An exploration of interest-based negotiation with Tracy Fink.

How can we become better listeners? A conversation with Ralph Campbell of Learning Optimized, on ways to improve our listening.

What can we learn from our emotions. A (very smiley) conversation with Joshua Freedman, CEO of Six Seconds.

How to build habits and design your life with behavioural strategist, Samuel Salzer, curator of Habit Weekly.

What's your asking-giving style?A conversation with Dr. Wayne Baker, author of new book, All You Have to Do Is Ask.

Exploring presence and mindfulness with Cory Muscara, author of Stop Missing Your Life.

How to listen to one another better with Anna Carus-Wilson and Neil Bett of Frank Partners.

How to recognise burnout - and the 'drivers' that can lead us there, with Peter Lefort of the Eden Project.

Rebuilding a life - Debbie Hampton talks about depression and her recovery from serious brain injury.

On finding focus in the digital age with Nir Eyal, author of 'Hooked' and 'Indistractable'.

What's in a song? A conversation with Kristian Brodie and Adam Shakinovsky of One Track Minds.

On freedom and saying 'yes' to challenge with founder of the Good Life Experience, Charlie Gladstone.

Exploring learning, mindset and how to build confidence with leadership development expert,  Erica Mohr. 

On self-knowledge and finding your unique path in life with Bruce Anderson of the Core Gift Institute.

On sleep, energy management and how to thrive in uncertain times with Fiona Cameron of Sticky Change.

Exploring the power of writing to heal emotional trauma with resilience expert, Stacy Brookman. 

Exploring personality with Silicon Valley's leading behaviour change scientist, Jason Hreha.

Using questions to overcome self-oppressing beliefs with Jenn Beatty of Wharton People Analytics.

On stretching time (and stepping outside of it) with Robert Poynton, author of 'DO / Pause'.

Mortality, meaning and the 'Death Café' with author, speaker and Doing Death founder, Amanda Blainey.

Practical ideas to help manage depression with award-winning podcaster and author, Eric Zimmer.

Exercise for late-starters, overcoming 'gym fear' and exploring 'deskercise' with Adam Marks.

How (and why) to create a personal 'user manual' with people-centric business expert, Ghilaine Chan.

On the joy of 'weird' and the brevity of life with Michael Owen, founder of Always Wear Red.

Silja Litvin, Founder of PsycApps Digital Mental Health, introduces Equoo: the Emotional Fitness Game.

Exploring kindness, creativity and the 'Secret Agent of Compassion' with Andy Smallman.

Exploring ways that technology can help us become healthier with behavioral scientist Aline Holzwarth.

What is fear and how can we befriend it? A conversation with author of 'Fear Hack', Hilary Gallo.

Simple ways to boost your resilience with founder of The Global Resilience Project, Emma J. Bell.

A conversation exploring mental health, creativity and living life in the public eye with SK Shlomo.

Overcoming procrastination and perfectionism with productivity expert, Sally Foley-Lewis.

Exploring the benefits of singing with inspirational vocal leader, author and speaker, James Sills.

How to 'nudge' yourself to do more of the things you want and fewer of those you don't with Rob Moore.

How to reframe your relationship with stress and overcome distraction with Sharon Danzger.


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