Category : Motivation

Episode 177 – Ann Zuccardy – Traumatic Brain Injuries / audio

Traumatic Brain Injuries

Ann Zuccardy (@AnnZuccardy on Twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss traumatic brain injuries. A slip in a german shower (No, that’s not a euphemism) sent Ann on a new path. Having to relearn things that once were simple not only was a frustration but a crash course on creativity for Ann. There was no real way to rehabilitate her injury so Ann had to figure it out on her own. Understanding how to get across the street or remembering appointments wasn’t something she could put on autopilot. Neuroplasticity became her new conversation starter! Craig and Ann talk about the accident, how she was able to comeback from the injury without much help and how her business changed for the better because of it.

You can learn more about ann at her website


Episode 175 – Dan Nevins – Yoga / audio


Dan Nevins (@DanNevins on twitter) returns to discuss yoga with host Craig Price. Past guest (episode 97) Dan sits down with Craig in Washington DC for what Craig thought would be an informative chat about yoga but became an emotional story of coping with depression, Post Traumatic Stress Disorder and discovery.  Being a popular speaker for the Wounded Warrior Project, Dan was afraid to ask anyone for help when he started to get depressed because so many saw him as a role model of recovery and perseverance.  It can be hard to ask for help because just showing a crack of your humanity to others can make them think you’re really in trouble when in fact, you just need someone to listen. Thankfully Dan found yoga and it has transformed his life and has shown him new ways to heal, get over his own doubts and shame and help his fellow soldiers deal with their PTSD. Of course Craig can’t be all serious so they discuss downward dog, passing gas in class and more. He even commits to a yoga class with Dan! An unexpectedly touching, emotional and real conversation with a person who has normal struggles just like the rest of us despite his inspiring story and life. A can’t miss episode for sure.

SPECIAL EVENT: This August 20th, 2015 at 6pm EST, join Dan in Bryant Park in New York City as he attempts to break the record for the world’s largest yoga class. Go to to RSVP for this FREE class.


Episode 174 – David Forbes, PhD – Motivation Marketing / audio

Motivation Marketing

David Forbes, PhD. (@ForbesResearch on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discus the science behind motivation marketing. When it comes to motivation or marketing Craig recoils in horror, so many would assume the prospect of talking about marketing to motivation is torture. Not if you add a neuroscientist and member of the faculties of Harvard Medical School Department of Psychiatry and the Harvard Laboratory of Human Development to the mix. Craig like logic and science so getting David on to discuss the science of marketing was a no-brainer. Talking to the emotional brain can be difficult for many, but thankfully David lays out the 3 types of motivation and the 9 motives in his book “The Science of Why: Decoding Human Motivation and Transforming Marketing Strategy“.  The two discuss what kind of emotions qualify as motivation, why advertisers use puppies and half-naked ladies in their commercials (not the same commercial – that would be double strange) and how we can tap into those motivations when we market our services and products to the public.

You can learn more about David at

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Episode 171 – Meg Bucaro – Women and Confidence / audio

Women's Confidence

Meg Bucaro (@MegBucaro on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss women and confidence. Craig likes to consider himself a feminist but knows full well the issues with mansplaining confidence to women. Thankfully, his friend and speaker Meg Bucaro helps Craig discuss things like why women feel the pressure to do it all, Meg and Craig’s dueling theories of “Superwoman Syndrome” and the “Myth of Should”, why “no” is such a freeing word and how Meg most certainly is NOT getting divorced and how she loves her in-laws (Sounds like a definite suck-up situation being played out on the podcast!).

Meg can be found at her self-titled website



Episode 168 – Jason Kotecki – Adultitis / audio


Jason Kotecki (@escapeadulthood on twitter) joins host Craig Price to discuss Adultitis. Who wouldn’t want to be a kid? We all would but growing up has a way of ending that. Thankfully, Jason is there to put a stop to Adultitis, a common ailment in adults that makes them take life too seriously. Of course, after taking the online quiz to see if he suffered from adultitis, it was not unexpected that Craig would have Stage 2 Adultitis: an aggressive and pervasive form of the disease. Together, Jason and Craig discuss how Jason’s latest book “Penguins Can’t Fly +39 Other Rules That Don’t Exist” can help those that suffer from Adultitis. They talk about eating dessert first, Jason’s desire, yet reluctance to buy redshoes due to Adultitis as well as random things like why Craig’s wife makes him sleep on certain sides of the bed at hotels, stormtrooper armor, digital art and much more.

In his enlightening book, Jason uncovers some of the most useless rules so you can shift perspective and start seeing the world with wonder once again. You can learn more about Jason and his book at or just go and buy his book (out TODAY!) on Amazon.

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