I remember Richard saying, “Something is different about this book, Kris. Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff is flying off the shelves.”
Today on the podcast I’ll be kicking off our exciting 11-week series Celebrating 20 Years of Don't Sweat the Small Stuff Wisdom. And what a perfect day it is, because it also happens to be the day the entire Don’t Sweat series is re-released with brand new covers!
I woke up at 4:30 AM after a good night’s rest. I meditated and had my morning coffee. Now, I’ll jump right in for a few hours and exercise for about an hour when I start to feel the need to move.
Today on the podcast, we’re talking about love as the answer to so many of life’s many challenges.
Ten years ago, a few days before he left this Earth, Richard stood in our kitchen talking about how he couldn’t believe it had already been ten years since he had written Don’t Sweat the Small Stuff. He said, “Kris, the beauty of this book series is that every ten years there’s a new generation of readers--people who need these books.”
Today on the podcast, I’ll be diving into the importance of reminders to be kind.
I was recently out to dinner with one of my favorite friends, Christina Rasmussen, and we were talking about our businesses. She was asking me what I love to do in my business and then she asked a really fun question: If you had $30 million in the bank—how would you live?
Today on the podcast, I’m exploring the unmistakable role of kindness in effective leadership.
My guest, Robin Sharma, is one of the world's premier speakers on Leadership and Personal Mastery.
Richard’s father, Don W. Carlson, exemplified how to live a celebratory life, one that was well-lived and loved. For his memorial, his daughter's desire was an intimate gathering because there would have been 1,000 people in attendance, otherwise.
Today on the podcast I’ll be talking about altruism and volunteering, and the role they play in our overall happiness.