podcasts

Please enjoy any of our recent podcast appearances !

MAN OF MASTERY - By Michael Bulloch

Tod Jacobs and Peter Lynn tackle why we keep getting marriage wrong and how to get it right, both philosophically and in practice. It starts with a reset on the definition and expectations of marriage and a paradigm shift in our focus as a successful partner. In their book Not A Partnership and in this enlightening discussion, Tod and Peter combine ancient wisdom, modern perspective, and positive psychology into actionable recommendations.

THE EVOLVED CAVEMAN - By Dr. John Schinnerer

If you are in a relationship or want to be in one, this episode is for you!  Two top marriage experts - Tod Jacobs and Dr. Peter Lynn, join Dr. John all the way from Jerusalem, and who for the past 15 years, have prepared hundreds of individuals to develop a mature and idealistic version of marriage. Their credentials are both broad and deep. Tod and Peter focus on helping perfect the character issues that lie at the core of a successful spouse giving, empathy, staying power and commitment to help build the other. Married, single, young or old - their insights can help your relationship flourish. We know how hard relationships can be, so if you are ready to help your relationship be the one you’ve always dreamed, then this episode is for you!

RELATIONSHIP ADVICE - By Chase & Sarah Kosterlitz

For more than 13 years, Peter Lynn and Tod Jacobs have been helping their students develop a mature and idealistic vision of marriage as the primary vehicle to create wholeness, meaning, purpose and happiness in their lives, and on working to perfect the character issues that lie at the core of a successful spouse -- giving, empathy, focus, staying power and a strong desire to help build the other. Their work combines practical and mystical Jewish wisdom with modern theory and techniques, and with experience accrued through years of real-world implementation and practice.

HAPPILY EVER AFTER IS JUST THE BEGINNING - By Leslie Doares

Under non-pandemic circumstances, it’s not unusual to question whether you married the right person. But after being in close quarters for weeks, this idea may be gaining steam. It’s just the wrong question. A good marriage provides a sense of security and happiness. But too many people don’t know the things to do to have the kind of marriage they really want. It’s never too late to learn. And there is no time like the present to get started. Tod Jacob is the co-founder and Director of the David Robinson Institute for Jewish Heritage and Dr. Peter Lynn is the Dean of Students at the Institute. They are also the authors of Not a Partnership and they are here to share what they have learned about creating a good marriage that lasts.

THE NEXT YEAR NOW - By Tom Heffner

It’s all about marriage. In the book, Peter and Tod discuss what we keep getting wrong about marriage and how to get it right. If you’ve ever struggled with your marriage, or maybe you just want to make it stronger, then you DON’T want to miss today’s episode. I promise it will be the best thing you listen to today!

FEMININE ROADMAP - By Gina R. Farrar

Today on Feminine Roadmap guests Tod Jacobs and Peter Lynn, authors of “Not A Partnership”, share why they believe we keep getting marriage wrong and how we can get it right. Tod and Peter present tools and strategies to not only sustain but to enrich marriages. Utilizing their “4 Pillars of Giving” they empower couples to achieve oneness and unity in marriage. They believe that as two people develop the mindset and practice of serving something greater than ourselves in our marriages, transformation occurs. Grab a cuppa something wonderful and join in on this stimulating and relationship changing conversation!

THANK YOU HEARTBREAK - By Chelsea Leigh Trescott

Rabbi and marriage counselor Tod Jacobs and Positive Psychologist and marriage counselor Peter Lynn join Chelsea to talk about their important new book, Not A Partnership: Why We Keep Getting Marriage Wrong & How We Can Get It Right. Pulling from data as well as their teachings at The David Robinson Institution, founded by both men in Jerusalem, Tod and Peter are invested in helping the man of today prepare for marriage by focusing both on developing a mature and idealistic vision of marriage as the primary vehicle to create wholeness, meaning, purpose and happiness in their lives, and on working to perfect the character issues that lie at the core of a successful spouse—giving, empathy, focus, staying power and a strong desire to help build the other.

JOURNEY FORWARD - By Joree Rose

Today’s episode I welcome marriage experts Tod Jacobs and Dr. Peter Lynn, who come to us all the way from Jerusalem. Tod and Peter focus on helping perfect the character issues that lie at the core of a successful spouse - giving, empathy, staying power and commitment to help build the other. Married, single, young or old - their insights can help your relationship flourish. We know how hard relationships can be, so if you are ready to help your relationship be the one you’ve always dreamed, then this episode is for you!

UNLEASH YOUR GREATNESS WITHIN - By TJ Hoisington

Want to strengthen your marriage? With an ever-increasing divorce rate, how can you protect your marriage? In this Success Interview I was privileged to interview Tod Jacobs and Peter Lynn, authors of the book, "Not A Partnership." Learn as we discuss proven ways to strengthen your marriage and all types of relationships. It was a pleasure to have Tod and Peter on the "Unleash Your Greatness Within" podcast! Tod and Peter teach is how to build a Building a Happy Marriage that Lasts! Thought-provoking! You will be edified!

PERSONAL DEVELOPMENT WITHOUT THE FLUFF - By Guy & Ilan Ferdman

We're excited to bring to you an amazing conversation packed with great resources around relationships in general and marriage in particular. Let's face it. Being married can be hard. Especially once that honeymoon phase is over and you've been a few years around the block. A lot of marriages fail, now more than ever. Some people end up avoiding going down the path of marriage altogether and stay in this loop of always looking for someone better. But, is the grass really greener on the other side? In this conversation, we unpack all things marriage as we dig deep into how to actually make your marriage not just work, but to thrive!

MASTERING MIDLIFE - By Mark J. Silverman

Tod and Peter join me today to discuss what their book is about and what inspired them to write it. They describe why marriage is not a partnership and how it’s a lot like a business. They explain the different phases of marriage, and the common mistakes people make before and during their marriage. They also describe the impact of intimacy in a great married life and share tips on how to get the magic back and make your marriage exciting again.

UNDONE REDONE - By Tracy & Melody

On this week’s episode of The Undone Redone Podcast, Tray and Melody sit down with guests Tod Jacobs and Peter Lynn, authors of “Not A Partnership”, to discuss why we seem to keep getting marriage wrong and what we can do to make our marriages stronger. Tod and Peter present tools and strategies to not only sustain marriages, but to enrich them as well. They believe that as two people develop the mindset and practice of serving something greater than themselves in their marriages, a miraculous transformation occurs and the marriage is strengthened as a result. Our listeners can learn more about Tod and Peter on their website.

THE CAREER RELAUNCH - By Joseph Liu

When you follow a non-linear career path, it allows you to diversify your skills and experiences, but it can also create challenges when trying to explain your career narrative to others in your professional network, interviewers, and colleagues. Identifying the common thread that unifies all your experiences is one way to connect the dots for yourself and others.

In Career Relaunch episode 66, journalist turned Wall Street analyst turned Rabbi Tod Jacobs explains why having a life outside of work is so critical to your overall happiness and what it takes to figure out where to focus your career energies.