Chelsea Morgan Krost is an American speaker, author, television and radio talk-show host, executive producer, certified health coach, and entrepreneur.

  • Rise and Grind

    bestselling author of ,and “Shark” on ABC’s hit show , explores how grit, persistence, and good old-fashioned hard work are the backbone of every successful business and individual, and inspires readers to , their way the top.,Daymond John knows what it means to push yourself hard–and he also knows how spectacularly a killer work ethic can pay off. As a young man, he founded a modest line of clothing on a $40 budget by hand-sewing hats between his shifts at Red Lobster. Today, his brand FUBU has over $6 billion in sales.,Convenient though it might be to believe that you can shortcut your way to the top, says John, the truth is that if you want to get and stay ahead, you need to put in the work. You need to out-think, out-hustle, and out-perform everyone around you. You’ve got to , every day.,In the anticipated follow-up to the bestselling ,, Daymond takes an up close look at the hard-charging routines and winning secrets of individuals who have , to the challenges in their lives and ,their way to the very tops of their fields. Along the way, he also reveals how grit and persistence both helped him overcome the obstacles he has faced in life and ultimately fueled his success.

  • Start at the End

    meets , in a practical approach to designing products and services that change behavior, from what we buy to how we work.,Deciding what to create at modern companies often looks like an episode of ,: people throw ideas around until one sounds sexy enough to execute and then they scale it to everyone. The result? Companies overspend on marketing to drive engagement with products and services that people don’t want and won’t help them be happier and healthier.,offers a new framework for design, grounded in behavioral science. Technology executive and behavioral scientist Matt Wallaert argues that the purpose of everything is behavior change. By starting with outcomes instead of processes, the most effective companies understand what people want to do and why they aren’t already doing it, then build products and services to bridge the gap.,Wallaert is a behavioral psychologist who has led product design at organizations ranging from startups like Clover Health to industry leaders such as Microsoft. Whether dissecting the success behind Uber’s ridesharing service or Flamin’ Hot Cheetos, he underscores with clarity and humor how this approach can improve the way we work and live.,This is an essential roadmap for building products that matter–and changing behavior for the better.

  • Think on Your Feet

    Get out of your own way!,Our professional lives are full of situations outside of our control. A job interviewer asks a question out of left field. A coworker puts you on the spot in front of the boss. Your PowerPoint presentation crashes at a critical moment.,Most people react to the unexpected with anxiety and unease. We get rattled, stumble over our words, and overthink the situation. Others, though, handle it with self-assurance and aplomb. They gain a sense of empowerment and energy when the pressure is on.,Like great improv actors, they’re able to think on their feet.,The great thing is, improv isn’t about winging it or flying by the seat of your pants; improv at its core is about listening and responding. It’s based on rules and techniques, and it taps directly into your soft communication skills. By incorporating it into your prep work for professional situations, you’ll learn how to retrain your brain for the unexpected and get out of your own way in those unexpected–and expected–professional situations. Practicing improv isn’t about being funny. Instead, it’s about developing the mental agility to spin any surprise in your favor and to communicate with confidence.,Filled with engaging improv activities, this interactive guide will ensure you never come away from a tough moment pondering the woulda, coulda, shoulda! again. You’ll learn how to nurture your personal style for communicating in every professional situation. From effective listening in the office, giving presentations, and leading meetings to negotiating a raise, acing an interview, and more, you’ll start communicating with confidence and stop letting the unexpected hold you back. Take your workplace communication–and your career–to the next level by mastering the art of

  • Women Make Great Leaders

    Women Make Great Leaders is about women who have beaten the odds. Early on, they heard the whispers, the inner-call to leadership. They answered, and continue to answer it, with fierce passion???and the courage, boldness, and resilience required to rise to the next level and the next, and the next. They continually polish their talent with a capacity to work really hard, help others succeed, and play the game fair and honest.,They never lose sight of the fact that their purpose is to be kind, generous, and to dare greatly to make the world a better place. These women are doers and risk takers. They face their fears head-on. When they misstep, they pick themselves up and use the lesson to inform their steps forward. Along the way, they are patient with the ebb and flow of life.,Many become devoted wives, partners, and mothers while still building careers and influence.,Welcome to the lessons these amazing women teach us.