Podcast – The Robin Zander Show

Robin Zander pursues “impossible” goals.

As a self-taught acrobat, he performed in the circus. With no prior restaurant experience, he opened a cafe on 3 weeks notice.

Robin has spent his life pursuing what he doesn’t know how to do.

The common thread across all of his endeavors is the combination of art and work. Through the podcast, Robin sits down with creatives, storytellers, and executives to understand the creative process at work.

Notes and Resources by Episode

Episode 121: Achieving Radical Alignment with Alex Jamieson & Bob Gower

Episode: 120: Chris Fussell, former Navy SEAL, on How to Organize during Crisis

Episode: 119: David Hanrahan, CHRO of Eventbrite, on Remote Work, Parenting, and Mental Health in the times of Coronavirus

Episode: 118: “Master Your Code” with Darren Gold of The Trium Group

Episode 117: An Interview about Culture Culture, Talent Development, and the Circus with Greg Russell

Episode 116: 25 Days in Ghana with my Mother

Episode 115: Behavior Change

Episode 114: Be More Loving with Sales 

Episode 110: Building Responsive Organizations with President of Pepsi, Simon Lowden

Episode 113: How to Create an Amazing Brand with Michael Roderick

Episode 112: Storytelling with Robin Zander at HR Transform

Episode 111: How to Ask Better Questions with Daniel Stillman and Robin Zander

Episode 110: Perfectionism

Episode 109: What’s Your Purpose? 

Episode 108: We are in Control of our Own Reality

Episode 107: What Brings You Joy?

Episode 106: The Story of Robin’s Cafe

Episode 105: 50 Ways to $50,000

Episode 104: Find Your Why

Episode 103: An Interview with New York Times Best-Selling Author, Lindsay McGregor

Episode 102: An Interview with Cindy Gordon – Head of People at Policygenius

Episode 101: Having Intentional Relationships (and Clear Boundaries)

Episode 100: How to Get Over Childhood Resentment With Your Parents

Episode 99: Brave New Work with Aaron Dignan

Episode 98: How To Relate To Anybody

Episode 97: Entrepreneurship, Business, and the Freedom to Work On Your Own Terms

Episode 96: What Is Resistance?

Episode 95: What’s Your One Thing

Episode 94: How I Came To Love Learning

Episode 93: Learn to Move by Going Small

Episode 92: How to Change Your Behavior

Episode 91: How to Start the Fitness Habit? Take small easy steps to make it stick.

Episode 90: The Fitness Habit
Episode 87: Fear Is My North Star
Episode 86: Memento Mori: Remember Death
Episode 85: I’m Scared to Start (Doing The Only Work That Matters)
Episode 84: What I Learned Going from $50,000 a Year to $50,000 per Month
Episode 83: How to Foster a Culture of Belonging at Work

Episode 82: The Biggest Regret From Selling My Cafe (Isn’t What You Think)

Episode 81: Have You Always Wanted To Own a Cafe? (Hint: Don’t)

Episode 80: Lessons Learned Building (and Selling) Robin’s Cafe

Episode 79: Larissa Conte on Ritual and Transformation

Episode 78: Responsive Audiobook: Chapter 10, Conclusion

Episode 77: Responsive Audiobook: Chapter 9, Diversity and Inclusion

Episode 76: Responsive Audiobook: Chapter 8, Transparency

Episode 75: Responsive Audiobook: Chapter 7, How to Experiment

Episode 74: Responsive Audiobook: Chapter 6, Controlling and Empowering

Episode 73: Responsive Audiobook: Chapter 5, Leadership

Episode 72: Responsive Audiobook: Chapter 4, How We Organize

Episode 71: Chris Fussell & Rachel Mendelowitz of the McChrystal Group at Responsive Conference 2016

Episode 70: Responsive Audiobook: Chapter 3, Purpose

Episode 69: Responsive Audiobook: Chapter 2, The Future of Work

Episode 68: Responsive: What It Takes To Create A Thriving Organization, Chapter 1

Episode 67: “Empathy, Compromise, and Courage” – Adam Pisoni at Responsive Conference 2016

Episode 66: Bob Gower at Responsive Conference 2016 – “How Not to Join a Cult”

Episode 65: Jennifer Dennard at Responsive Conference 2016 – “Medium – The Future (People) Work”

Episode 64: Steve Hopkins at Responsive Conference 2017 – “Culture First”

Episode 63: Charles Best at Responsive Conference 2017 – “DonorsChoose.org – A Purpose Driven Company”

Episode 62: Meg Poe at Responsive Conference 2017 – “The Most Popular Class at NYU: Love”

Episode 61: “Let’s Disrupt the Modern World of Work” with Aaron Dignan

Episode 60: Revolutionizing Education with Anthony Kim and Alexis Gonzales-Black

Episode 59: Founding the Global Phenomenon of AcroYoga with Jason Neymar

Episode 58: Mark Fisher on Serious Fitness for Ridiculous Humans

Episode 57: Sunny Bates: How To Build A World Class Network

Episode 56: Andrew Barnett on Coffee, Culture and Founding Linea Caffe

Episode 55: Introducing the Zander Strong Podcast!

Episode 54: How I Conduct A Personal Annual Review – and Highlights from 2017

Episode 53: How To Run an Un-Conference

Episode 52: Adam Pisoni and Robin Zander – Live at Robin’s Cafe

Episode 51: Anil Dash and the Quest to To Create Benevolent Technology

Episode 50: How Charles Best Created DonorsChoose.org – A New Kind of Non-Profit

Episode 49: Pam Slim on Capoeira, Building a Body of Work, and the Value of Small Business

Episode 48: Jenny Blake on Fear, Physical Routines and Learning to Pivot

Episode 47: Didier Elzinga on storytelling, leadership and building Culture Amp

Episode 46: Megan Poe Teaches the Most Popular Class at NYU – on Love

Episode 45: Srini Rao and the Art of Being Unmistakable

Episode 44: Diversity, Inclusion, and Company Culture with Jennifer Brown

Episode 43: Chris Fussell: Former Navy SEAL shares how leaders build a Team of Teams

Episode 42: Doug Kirkpatrick on The Morning Star Company and Building Self-Managed Organizations

Episode 41: Wikipedia, Culture and Poetry with Gayle Karen Young

Episode 40: Erica Seldin: Diversity at August, Radical Transparency and Safety at Work

Episode 39: Alexis Gonzales-Black: Zappos, Holacracy, and How We Work in the 21st Century

Episode 38: Joel Gascoigne, Buffer CEO interview at 2016 Responsive Conference

Episode 37: How Not to Join a Cult with Bob Gower

Episode 36: Meredith Haberfeld on Fostering Leadership and Building High Performing Organizations

Episode 35: Adam Pisoni on Founding Yammer, Responsive Org, Abl

Episode 34: Steve Hopkins – Coffee Connoisseur, Yammer, Culture Amp and Building Responsive Organizations

Episode 33: The Doctor of Hip-Hop Blake Brandes on the Benefit of Random Encounters, Hip-Hop for Good, and Dropping the Beat

Episode 32: Physical Culture with Cody Fielding

Episode 31: The Life of a Circus Artist and the Art of Hand Balancing with Cory Tabino

Episode 30: Steve Scott: Authority on Publishing, Writing 60+ Books, and More

Episode 29: LATE NITE ART, Experience Design, and Getting Out of Your Comfort Zone with Adam Rosendahl

Episode 28: Founding Google’s Dance Program with Anna Botelho

Episode 27: Michael Krigsman on CxO Talk, Photography, and What Makes a Compelling Story

Episode 26: IDEAS x Lab: Cultivating Innovation between Civic, Business and the Arts

Episode 25: Sam Aquillano: Founding the Design Museum, What Is Design, and the Importance of Play

Episode 24: Translating the Creative Process with John Michael Schert

Episode 23: Founding AcroYoga, How to Create a Global Movement, and the Courage to Start Over with Jenny Sauer-Klein

Episode 22: Amy Cueva discusses Mad*Pow, Health and Human Centered Design

Episode 21: Ryan Avery of Chance’s End shares his Electronic Violin, Creative Process, and Fears of Performance

Episode 20: Mike Arauz on Reimagining Work for the 21st Century

Episode 19: Conflict Resolution with Dana Caspersen

Episode 18: Virgil Wong on Artistry, Drawing Cadavers and Visualizing Health Information

Episode 17: Josie Garthwaite on Dance, Journalism, and Skill Transfer Across Disciplines

Episode 16: Ella Saltmarshe Interviews Robin Zander about Daily Habits, Intuition, and Being “Plural”

Episode 15:  The Power of The Polymath with Ella Saltmarshe

Episode 14: Derek Sivers: The Creative Autodidact Who Never Stops Learning

Episode 13: An Interview with Host of the Autism Show Podcast Catherine Pascuas

Episode 12: Entrepreneur on Fire John Lee Dumas shares his Mistakes and Motivation

SPECIAL: BJ Fogg Turns the Tables: An Interview with Robin Zander

Episode 10: BJ Fogg, PhD on Persuasive Technology and Behavior Change

Episode 9: Sydney Skybetter on Dance, Technology, and Human Interfaces

Episode 8: How to Create a Viral Video with Karen X Cheng

Episode 7: Kim Nicol: Raise Your Game with Mindfulness and Meditation

Episode 6: Teresa Gonczy: Why Kids Are The Future

Episode 5: Dara Blumenthal, PhD on Critical Theory, Public Toilet Spaces, and the Future of Work

Episode 4: David Leventhal on Dance for PD® (Parkinson’s Disease), Overcoming Rejection, and Developing a Growth Mindset

Episode 3: Natasha Tsakos on Performance Art, Disruption, and Creativity

Episode 2: Vivienne Ming, PhD on Maximizing Human Potential

Episode 1: Ryan Holiday on Practical Philosophy and Books to Live Your Life By

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