Season 3 Finale and Season 4 Preview of the 21st White Collar Therapy Show with Robb Holman and Ryan Gerardi. The co-hosts are “flipping the script” on Season IV and you won’t want to miss what’s in store.
In this episode of the White Collar Therapy Show, Robb and Ryan talk about the motivations behind why people start their own businesses and the challenges we face for which we didn’t necessarily get into starting a business.
In our 19th episode of the White Collar Therapy Show, your hosts Robb Holman and Ryan Gerardi meet in their virtual coffee shop to talk about the idea of “moving against the current” – breaking social norms and expectations to successfully implement positive changes into your life.
In our 18th episode of the White Collar Therapy Show, your hosts Robb Holman and Ryan Gerardi meet in their virtual coffee shop to talk about the challenges and hurdles of improving your health, your diet, your daily routine – all things that contribute to who you are as a person. Lead Yourself First dives deep into Chapter 5 of Robb’s book – Lead the Way.
In this episode of The White Collar Therapy Show, your hosts Robb and Ryan talk about the false lie of busy-ness and constant hustle and the importance of defining success and efficiency, and infusing rest into your life work.
Video and podcast featuring Mike Correra, Mike Phillips, and Terry Lancaster talking about this week’s headlines: Uber IPO: 5 things you need to know about potentially the biggest IPO in years; Disney Plus – what we know so far about the upcoming streaming television service; Verizon flips 5G live in Chicago, but finding it is like panning for gold.
In the world of entertainment media, there is an ever-growing demand in the market for business television and content. Especially with the popularity and success of shows like Shark Tank, The Profit, Wall Street Warriors,…
This week on the show, YouTuber Lilly Singh to replace Carson Daly on NBC Late Night; Google plans to enter $146B Video Gaming Industry; Lyft founders believe car ownership is on permanent decline and want to help kill it; LinkedIn is at the early stages of supporting Live Streaming on the social network.