Cuban & Sooner Podcast
This entire episode features some of our favorite Teeter Beater questions, but this time, all the answers come from listeners. For instance, what movie character would you want in your corner in a zombie apocalypse? And what are the biggest lessons you’ve learned from the pandemic? You’ll love their answers on this Season 1 finale of Cuban & Sooner.
“Everything is an evolution in understanding.” Wise words from Metaverse rock star SoVonna Day-Goins, who left “Big Bank for Big Tech,” and makes words like blockchain and augmented reality sound sexy. She’s been recently featured on Bloomberg Tech and Bloomberg Live, and is creating new virtual reality pathways for women.
If you’ve ever been thrown into a high-pressure situation without knowing for sure what you’re doing, then you are personally familiar with the phrase Trial By Fire. But there are big benefits to trying new things. In this episode we’re spilling the tea on our own podcast journey.
The magic of travel can allow for personal growth, learning, and understanding ourselves and the world better. But sadly, trips don’t last forever, and eventually, we have to return to the “real world” we left behind.
That’s where having a vacation mindset helps.
Was your personality as an adult determined when you were a child? And based on your childhood memories, is it even possible to know who you used to be at all? It’s complicated, and we may or may not have answers. But we’re talking about it anyway on this episode.
Dealing with friendships that have shifted and need repair or must come to an end is one of the most difficult things to do. Sometimes, no matter how hard you try, cutting ties is the best option. In this episode, we talk about why and how to move on from friendships, and in ways that are best for you.
Are you guilty of “phubbing?” Here’s a hint: most of us are or have been phubbers, and we’ve also most certainly been a phubbee. And research shows it’s hurting our relationships – and ourselves. What is it and how can you break the habit?
It’s not a great feeling when you end up feeling like a doormat. Standing up for yourself requires self-reflection, taking action, and learning to get comfortable with uncomfortable feelings and conversations.
Have you ever felt like the world is against you? Maybe it was a disastrous vacation or a brilliant plan that crashed and burned. Murphy’s Law—or one of its variations—is surely at work. This week, we’re looking at when things go terribly wrong, and answering the question, “What do I do now?”