Aug 25, 2019
Lauren Zander is determined to help us get exactly what we
want out of life. She is the best-selling author of, "Maybe It's
You. Cut The Crap. Face Your Fears. Love Your Life." Lauren works
with professors, politicians, artists, Fortune 500 CEO's and
celebrities to help them create real actionable change and achieve
more. Lauren's straight-up style of coaching helps us face
what's holding us back from true happiness, and most importantly,
to own it. We dive deep into Lauren's no-bullshit style of
coaching, discussing the most common problems people come to her
with, and why lying is the worst thing you can do to
What’s the most significant modern-day challenge Lauren’s
clients face each day?
Lauren's tweet "To have true love, you have to tell the TRUTH."
People think the puppet show in their head is right. Lauren
describes the puppet show and how we can audit our narrative?
Lauren carries the lineage of being betrayed in business.
Why does Lauren still carry that story?
Are 'treading on eggshells' conversations sending the wrong
message to children of the future?
What has Lauren gotten wrong with her coaching, and
what was the lesson?
Lauren talks about an area of her life where she still doubts
Does Lauren believe in being a generalist or
"I wish I was” what’s the psychology behind this statement?
ACDC wrote that there is a Highway to Hell - is there always a
road out of hell?
How do I know I like myself?
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“Life should not be a journey to the grave with the intention
of arriving safely in a pretty and well preserved body, but rather
to skid in broadside in a cloud of smoke, thoroughly used up,
totally worn out, and loudly proclaiming "Wow! What a