Alexandra Jamieson + Bob Gower - Getting to Hell Yes
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Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower on Hello Freedom with Terri Cole

161 Alexandra Jamieson + Bob Gower – Getting to Hell Yes

Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower on Hello Freedom with Terri ColeI’m super excited to have two amazing authors and friends, Alexandra Jamieson and Bob Gower on today’s show. They wrote the book Getting to Hell Yes: The Conversation That Will Change Your Business and the Rest of Your Life.

If you’ve listened to the show, you might remember that Alexandra was one of the co-creators and co-stars of the Oscar-nominated documentary Super Size Me. She is also the best-selling author of Women, Food & Desire, and a highly-sought-after wellness expert.

Alexandra’s husband, Bob Gower, is also the amazing author of Agile Business: A Leader’s Guide to Harnessing Complexity, and he speaks regularly on organizational development and leadership. Bob works with businesses to build stronger, happier, and more effective teams.

Together, the pair has learned all about positive psychology, and they talk all about that, their book, and more on today’s show.

You can Subscribe to the Podcast on iTunes/Apple Podcasts, SoundCloud, Stitcher or TuneIn.

And please leave me a Rating and Review!

“My real hope and intention for this book is that it helps people have the difficult conversations that we need to cross bridges and reconnect in a powerful way that is positive for everyone involved.” – Alexandra Jamieson

Show Notes:

  • What it is like to write a book as a couple
  • Why you should set intentions
  • Why is it important to set the stage
  • What are concerns
  • Why boundaries are important
  • How to have difficult conversations

“I think some of the worst interpersonal experiences that I’ve ever had is when I stumbled across somebody else’s boundary. I violated a boundary that I didn’t even know was there.” – Bob Gower

Links Mentioned:

 Twitter (Alexandra) | Twitter (Bob) | Getting to Hell Yes | Bob Gower | Alexandra Jamieson

“This is a really masculine structure within which to have really feminine conversations that deal with a lot of emotion.” – Alexandra Jamieson

Terri Cole
https://terricole.com
2 Comments
  • Traci Carter
    Posted at 07:38h, 04 October Reply

    Terri – Thank you for sharing this wonderful interview and information! My mind is spinning with where and how I can implement this process at work, at home and in my business start-up. Knowing where to start is the biggest obstacle to get past when changing behaviors or thought patterns or both. I plan to use this strategy personally to overcome some self-imposed business barriers and I am excited to introduce Alex & Bob’s four step process to my nursing unit too. Nursing is a compassionate yet at times brutal profession. This method of conversation and problem solving will be a game changer for us! Thank you again to each of you.

    • Terri Cole
      Posted at 16:57h, 10 October Reply

      Traci-
      We are so happy to know that Bob and Alex’s work is adding value to your life!! Thanks for sharing with your tribe xo

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