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Jan 5, 2017

Reminder: I'm starting every podcast episode from now on by addressing one topic or answering one question that you bring to my attention via our new WLC Podcast email address: Send along anything you think would be of value for me to see or read, or any thought or question you’d like me to talk about or answer. While I can't guarantee that your question or topic will get addressed on the podcast,  I do promise to read what you send!


Today’s guest is Miki Agrawal is an energetic, passionate bundle of entrepreneurial and creative energy.  She was named 2015 Social Entrepreneur of the Year at the World Technology Awards and her Company THINX was named Time Magazine’s “25 Best New Inventions of 2015″. Miki was also the recipient of the TriBeCa Film Festival’s “Disruptive Innovation Award” and was named one of the “Top 20 Millenials on a Mission” by Forbes Magazine.

My connection to her came from the a simple advertisement in my Facebook feed for a product called Tushy ( It’s a simple and inexpensive add-on bidet for your toilet. I had absolutely no idea when I got it how it would change my post pooping life - as I talk about in the podcast - it’s like my sphincter can rest and recover from 50 years of post-pooping but wiping. I did the math - I’ve wiped over 125,000 times since birth… no wonder it can use some recovery.

By the way, we talk very openly and candidly during the podcast about topics that most people keep private. If this makes you uncomfortable, I recommend you put your discomfort aside and listen anyway.

Back to the Tushy… I was so stoked about mine, that I almost immediately ordered a second one… and I contacted their customer service, and asked to get introduced to their founder to have her on as a guest on the podcast!

During the podcast, Miki talks about how she got where she is today… and what keeps her on track on a daily, weekly and monthly basis. She shares her favorite meditation technique and app, what she’s learned from years of working with a Life Coach, and how she keeps her creative juices flowing (she doesn’t have a shortage of ideas… ever).  I hope you enjoy this conversation as much as I did!