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What does it mean to flourish? Join Resilience Trainer and Certified Applied Positive Psychology Coach Kari Gormley as she interviews scientists, experts, coaches and authors on how to live a flourishing life. You'll hear the latest research and recommendations for growing and strengthening your relationships, identifying your passions and priorities, and living healthier, happier life. The Flourishing Experiment podcast starts where The Running Lifestyle Show crossed the finish line and is ...
 
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Sleep doctor Robert S. Rosenberg discusses improving the quality of your sleep, getting more sleep, and everything a good night’s sleep can do for you. This is a very powerful episode with the potential to change your life—reading Dr. Rosenberg’s book, Sleep Soundly Every Night, Feel Fantastic Every Day, definitely changed my sleep for the better! …
 
Melanie Curtis is a life coach, author, and professional skydiver who shines super bright. You’ll hear how understanding your values can help you determine what’s important to you, how to define your identity, and how to use major accomplishments as fuel for taking on your next big goal. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your b…
 
This week I’m rerunning a valuable conversation with John Ratey, MD, about how “going wild” can help you avoid the afflictions of modern civilization. You’ll hear about the latest research on fat and metabolism, why people are made to run, and what exercise can do for you. We also discuss returning to running after battling breast cancer. Please go…
 
We’re closing out our seven-part summer reading series and finishing strong with three books on taking a holistic approach to your life. You’ll hear about knowing yourself, creating habits that work for you, and figuring out what your priorities are. We’ll also discuss how to set yourself up for success and even how to be luckier! Please go HERE fo…
 
Some books encompass all three pillars of this podcast: vitality, creativity, and relationships. So, they get their own two episodes as we close out our seven-part summer reading series! You’ll hear about how you can’t give what you don’t have, plus I’ll discuss how focusing on vitality, connection, and contribution is a way to see how you are real…
 
Relationships are so important to longevity that we’re dedicating another episode of our summer reading series to favorite books on relationships. This week we’re focused on our relationships with ourselves. We’ll discuss mindset, being aware of our thoughts and their impact, practicing self-compassion, and more. Please go HERE for this episode’s s…
 
Research has shown that the quality of your relationships is the number-one contributor to longevity—wow! Continuing our summer reading series, this week we’ll hear about books on relationships and learn how you can improve your relationship with yourself and better connect with people from all walks of life. Please go HERE for this episode’s show …
 
Creativity is on deck as we keep on reading (like keep on swimming) this summer. Steven Kotler shares how to get into a flow state and the many benefits to your life and potentially others. Majo Molofino shows how the 5 Good Girl Rules could be keeping you small and preventing you from doing what your values are. Annie Duke, show us how to decide a…
 
This week’s summer reads focus on vitality! Dr. John Ratey kicks off the episode with a look at what cardio does for the brain, then we learn about a resilient athlete’s mindset with sports psychologist Simon Marshall, Ph. D, and his champion triathlete wife Lesley Patterson. Continuing on our athletic theme, we’ll hear from runner Margaret Webb on…
 
Books are such a beautiful avenue for feeling, doing and being even better versions of ourselves. Throughout our seven-part summer reading series, you’ll hear about some of my personal favorite books and authors—many of whom have been on the podcast—and maybe get inspired to add to your reading list. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tw…
 
The heliotropic effect shows that plants grow when they are near sunlight, and the same principle is true for humans. Research has shown that when positive energizers interact with others, they can leave people feeling inspired, lively, and motivated. On this week’s episode, learn how you can use the heliotropic effect to your advantage. Please go …
 
Kelly Miller, CAPP, author of the book “Jane’s Worry Elephant: A Self-Help Guide for Kids with Anxiety,” is here to share the many tools you can use to both manage your anxiety (I think it’s safe to say almost all of us feel anxious at some point in our lives!) and to help others with theirs. This episode is a conversation with a friend in which we…
 
Robert Kuang, an intuitive life coach and child prodigy musician shares how the sound of music can be a catalyst for so much more. We discussed his circuitous route to the U.S., what it was like to study at one of the top performing arts colleges only to stop playing the piano, and how he followed his creativity to come back home to music—this time…
 
With so much going on in the world today, it’s easy to feel triggered or even violated. Five elements in particular can lead to feelings of triggering or even violation. Once we become aware of what we’re experiencing, we can react and respond in a way that empowers us. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your biggest takeaways f…
 
Words create worlds and today I’m sharing how word choice can really make a difference in our lives. You’ll hear about tools, skills, and mindsets you can use to experience life in a different—and perhaps more fulfilling—way. You may even feel a spark of inspiration to go after a goal you never thought you could achieve! Please go HERE for this epi…
 
Serena Marie, RD, is back to share what people aren’t talking about when it comes to intuitive eating, especially in the running world. We also discuss how compassion is the way to goal achievement. It’s a wide-ranging conversation between two friends catching up on life. Plus, I share my recent experience having COVID and the tools I used to help …
 
In this week’s episode, we explore Adam Grant’s book, “Think Again: The Power of Knowing What You Don’t Know.” Our topic is rethinking and how taking a scientific approach to life can help us live more harmoniously. I discuss the ‘three P’ modes of thinking—prosecutor, preacher, and politician—and how to take a curious, intellectually humble approa…
 
It doesn’t feel good to feel sad, depressed, annoyed, or frustrated. But one of the worst things we can do is resist those emotions and let them impact us and the people around us. Research shows that when we hide from our emotions and don’t allow ourselves to feel them, anxiety and depression levels go up and resiliency goes down. In this week’s e…
 
Dr. Elizabeth Hughes is back to discuss some simple breathing techniques that can make a huge impact. We also discuss what the vagus nerve does both physiologically and psychologically and how being mindful of your breath can make a big difference. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your biggest takeaways from the episode at @Ka…
 
This week we’re getting to know our Reticular Activating System (RAS)—the part of the brainstem that plays a crucial role in managing our thoughts and getting motivated! We’ll discuss what it is, what it does, and how to use it, including some practical tips and and ideas for tapping into your RAS and using it to get tough stuff done! Please go HER…
 
Writer and performer Laura Hankin joins us this week to help us tap into our creative side! We talk about her writing process, books she recommends, authors she admires and even how our dreams can pop up unexpectedly. Plus, a little bit about her next book, “A Special Place for Women,” due out in May! Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. T…
 
Dr. Elizabeth Hughes shares how changing our mindsets can actually, physically help our bodies heal. A Stanford-trained physician with 25 years of clinical experience, Dr. Hughes now blends her scientific training with a holistic approach drawing from non-Western medicine. The result? Less illness rather than more medicine. Listen in and learn how!…
 
Dr. Kate Truitt introduces us to “havening,” a tool to help us stay calm and gain clarity. Dr. Kate is a neuroscientist and clinical psychologist specializing in trauma-informed treatment and care. Our conversation was recorded late at night and has a very conversational, vulnerable tone; I got a lot out of it and hope you do, too. Please go HERE f…
 
It’s been nearly a year since COVID really hit most of the U.S. and a lot of our days may seem repetitive and boring. What if you could nudge yourself toward novelty and use it not only for fun, but as a tool to get things done? Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your biggest takeaways from the episode at @KariGormley -- I’d lov…
 
What if when the pandemic is over, we’re better than before? This week we’re exploring that idea and indulging our “what-ifs” with the help of Positive Psychology and personal energy management tools. Please go HERE for this episode’s show notes. Tweet me your biggest takeaways from the episode at @KariGormley -- I’d love to hear from you! This pod…
 
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