The dynamics and health of the relationships in a workplace is an integral part of the overall health of the organization and the wellbeing of its people. Today’s guest, Bryan Falchuk, is back to share his 50 75 100 solution to healthier relationships and learning how to keep your cool when interactions prove difficult.
Bryan, Founder of Insurance Evolution Partners, is the bestselling author of Do A Day and his newest book The 50 75 100 Solution. He is a life and executive coach, having worked as a C-Suite executive and having been involved in several startups. Bryan has also shared his expertise on the Tedx stage and written articles for prominent publications including Inc. Magazine and the LA Times.
In today’s episode, Bryan breaks down the 50 75 100 Solution, explaining how with conscious effort individuals can control 75% of a relationship dynamic. Through an example of a situation with a difficult coworker, Bryan shares the three Buddhist principles – happiness seeking, interdependence, and impermanence – and how they can be the keys to keeping your cool and controlling potentially toxic situations.
Finally, Bryan discusses how we can use these tools in our day to day lives, leaving us with a tangible tip to achieving healthier and more beneficial relationships.
This episode is sponsored by KyndHub.
KyndHub is a social media platform designed to build your mental wellness. Currently sitting at over 50,000 users, the aim of KyndHub is to create a positive community between users and to gamify the idea of “kyndfulness.”
Recently, it has been gaining a lot of traction in the field of employee wellness- companies have been seeing incredible impact in the areas of employee engagement, company culture, and employee wellbeing after implementing KyndHub into the workplace.
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Interview Highlights (with timestamps):
- [6:50] Where the 50 75 100 relationship model came from
- [21:59] How Bryan kept his cool with a difficult coworker
- [22:13] Using the Buddhist principle of happiness seeking to remain calm
- [35:00] Interdependence – the mechanism we use to move from 50 to 75
- [38:13] Impermanence – the only constant is change
- [43:30] How you can apply the 50 75 100 principle in your day to day
Mentioned in this episode:
- Redesigning Wellness Academy
- Visit Kyndhub.com or by phone at 303-551-0624
- Episode 155: How to Address the Mental Wellbeing of All Employees with Justin Kruger, Founder and CEO of Project Helping
- Open Heart, Clear Mind – by Thubten Chodron
- Bryan’s Tedx Talks
- Find Bryan’s latest book at 5075100.com or your preferred bookstore
- Find out more at bryanfalchuk.com, or connect with Bryan on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and LinkedIn
- Redesigning Wellness Facebook Community
Bryan Falchuk is a best-selling author, speaker and life coach. He has faced major adversities and learned how to overcome and achieve. From obesity to running marathons, from career struggles to success as a C-level executive, from watching illness threaten his family to finding lasting health, he has been through many lessons he used to develop his unique approach to inspiring others to succeed.
Bryan’s best-selling first book, Do a Day, teaches the philosophy he developed to find your true motivation, set meaningful goals and achieve them by freeing yourself of judgment of the past and fear of the future.
His latest book, The 50 75 100 Solution: Build Better Relationships, helps people see the power they have to make their relationships healthier and happier. Both his books come directly from his experience facing his own barriers so he could move his life forward.
Bryan’s work has been featured in many top publications like Inc. Magazine, Business Insider, The LA Times, Chicago Tribune and more. He is a frequent speaker at corporate events, conferences, universities and has spoken at multiple TEDx events. He has been a featured guest on over 150 podcasts and radio shows, and hosts his own weekly show, The Do a Day Podcast.
Bryan holds an MBA from the Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College, and has been a C-level executive and board advisor in the insurance and tech spaces.