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Ep 46 - Morgan Fay - The World Needs More of... Nurturing & Healing
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Morgan Fay</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 26 </p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Birmingham, U.K.</p> <p><strong>Bio: </strong>Morgan is the author of the book titled ‘Life Without Mum’ a self help guide, which encourages self-love and self-care for people who have lost their mother. Morgan’s mother passed away when she was teenager and since then she has always felt in her heart that she wanted to in someway, help and support other people who could relate with such heartbreak. Morgan has first hand experience of loss and depression and with her book ‘Life Without Mum’, Morgan creates a safe space for people to heal, relate and express themselves. The book has and is helping people daily. It features her own story, other peoples stories of their own personal loss, strengths and their journey so far in life. It gives helpful tips and ideas for how to self-care and is written in the style of a journal. It truly is a special gem of a book that emits healing and honest comfort. The book is currently available on Amazon, and Morgan also hopes to get the book in stores and local libraries. Morgan is also completing her second book which will be released at the end of this year! Morgan comes from an artistic background, having grew up surrounded by music and the arts, Morgan truly appreciates the magnificent and infinite space of creativity! Morgan creates handmade pieces of bespoke jewellery, more specifically bridal accessories. Morgan currently attends a jewellery course at Inspire in Worcestershire where she learns from her amazing mentor and tutor Jo and plans to further her jewellery expertise after the course finishes. Morgan is a lover of life! Morgan appreciates nature and wholesomeness and has learnt a great deal after the loss of her mother especially. Morgan has a deep gratitude for life & good people and truly believes in having a deep faith in unconditional love. Her faith is what has got her to this point and she’s determined to keep loving, shining and being. If you would like to purchase her book/jewellery or to get in touch, her website is: goldenleafco.co Morgan would love to hear from you! And if you would like some plant-based foodie tips she has some beautiful recipes on her website for you to enjoy too!</p> <p><strong>The World Needs More: </strong></p> <p><strong>1. Nurturing </strong></p> <p><strong>2. Healing</strong></p> <p><strong>WOW Factor:</strong> I would say my WOW factor is my resilience and capacity to love! The loss of my mother helped shape me into a resilient young woman. Also experiencing break through moments, truly helped shape me to see life with empathy and compassion for all.</p> <p><strong>Favorit Color:</strong> This is not so black & white for me! The colours depend on my mood. I love greens, warm browns, burgundies and oranges! I love greens and that gold colour you see when it glistens through the leaves of an unwavering tree. I love all colours!</p>
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Ep 45 - Dave Sanderson - What the World Needs More Of... Gratitude
<p><strong>Guest: </strong>Dave Sanderson</p> <p><strong>Age: </strong>57</p> <p><strong>Location: </strong>Charlotte, North Carolina </p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>I believe my WOW factor is the ability to be resourceful and I've had several instances where I have been able to practice and hone it, one in surviving a plane crash in ice cold water.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of:</strong> Understanding of others points of perspective.</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Dave Sanderson is the President of his firm, Dave Sanderson International based out of Charlotte, NC. On January 15, 2009, Dave was one of the last passengers off the plane that crashed into the Hudson River, best known as “The Miracle on the Hudson” and was largely responsible for making sure others made it out safely. In addition to speaking, mentoring, coaching and training, Dave conducts workshops, is a much sought-after podcast celebrity, an author with his best-selling book titled “Moments Matter”, hosts his own radio show on Contact Talk Radio and C-Suite Radio called “Moments Matter with Dave Sanderson” and his daily flash briefing on Amazon Alexa titled, “Dave Sanderson: DECLASSIFIED.” He shares the 12 skills he learned when he was the director of security for Anthony Robbins that he employed that day and during his 30+ year sales career which helped him be a top producer in every organization he was with and how you can use them to not only survive but grow and thrive in your life. In his TEDx talk “Bouncing Back,” Dave shares strategies on how to grow from your “personal plane crash” in life, known as PTGS (Post Traumatic Growth Syndrome). Dave is a faculty member with Dominique Wilkins, Don Barden, Brittany Tucker, and Steve Nedvidek at the Leadership Mindset Series in Atlanta, GA, the first and only servant leadership coaching program designed to help business leaders around the world to build a happier, more-productive business with a better bottom line. He and his wife, Terri, reside in Charlotte, NC. They have four children, Chelsey, Colleen, Courtney, and Chance.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Purple</p>
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Ep 44 - Kermit Miller - The World Needs More of ... Civility + Respect + Honesty + Morals + Ethics
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Kermit Miller</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 73 years young</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Postville, Iowa</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> I grew up on an Iowa farm, served in the Vietnam war, Then came back to the farm where we produced milk, beef and pork. We were forced out of farming during the farm crisis and reinvented my self as a real estate broker and then an licensed insurance agent and financial planner. During the 80's recession we began to aquire rental property and later in the 2000's began developing property and building homes. I have also been involved in several direct marketing companies with moderate success. Today I am involved in bringing a new asphalt and concrete sealer to market and distributing it nation wide. I have a wonderful wife and 4 children with 12 amazing grandchildren which I love to entertain.</p> <p><strong>The world needs more:</strong> The world needs more <strong>patience, respect</strong>, and <strong>appreciation</strong> and<strong> love</strong>. In our fast internet on demand world we have become impatient and too demanding of perfection from our fellow man. We forget to enjoy the experience of life and the journey itself. We often get caught up in the demands of life and fail to take time for those we love.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>Sky blue</p>
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Ep 43 - Jim "Bubba" Bay - What the World Needs More Of... Patience
<p><strong>Guest: Jim "Bubba" Bay</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 53</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: Pine Plains, New York</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>Actually my WOW factor is that I am a common man that people can relate too. Being overweight most of my life, the sickness, and death of my 2 kid and my fall and near death experience has helped shape it.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of:</strong> The world needs more love, compassion, appreciation, belief.</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Jim "Bubba" Bay has been a lifelong resident of upstate New York. Although one year was spent living in Arizona. For the past 32 years, I have been working as a landscaper with my brother John. I also have worked for many years at my family's gas station as well as a sports coach for my local high school. I have 5 children, Logan, Lauryn, Jon, and sons Robert and James Ulysses in Heaven. My favorite activity, besides spending time with my family, is metal-detecting. When metal detecting I truly enjoy the hunt for lost treasures. Finding something is icing on the cake!!!</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>Blue</p>
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Ep 42 - Scarlett Lewis - What The World Needs More Of... Choosing LOVE
<p style="text-align:left;"><strong>Guest:</strong> Scarlett Lewis</p> <p style="text-align:left;"><strong>Age:</strong> 50</p> <p style="text-align:left;"><strong>Location:</strong> Sandy Hook, CT</p> <p style="text-align:left;"><strong>Wow Factor</strong>: We can choose love in every situation and circumstance. I learned this myself after my young son was murdered in his first-grade classroom. Responding with love and compassion not only helped me but it made the world a better place.</p> <p style="text-align:left;"><strong>What the world needs more of</strong>: us to be empowered with the understanding that you can CHOOSE LOVE and the skills and tools to be able to do this.</p> <p style="text-align:left;"><strong>Bio:</strong> Scarlett is the founder and executive director of the Jesse Lewis Choose Love Movement following the murder of her 6-year-old son at Sandy Hook Elementary School in 2012. The goal of the movement is to make sure everyone has access to social and emotional learning and the understanding that we can choose love in every situation. Scarlett's background includes municipal bond trading, investment banking, and real estate.</p> <p style="text-align:left;"><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Turquoise</p>
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Ep 41 - Randy Zales - What The World Needs More Of...Critical Skills Training
<p><strong>Guest: Randy Zales</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: </strong>I am not young enough to know everything</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Tampa, Florida</p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>Making Coffee Disappear! Designing training & development solutions that drive performance, productivity, and profits.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of: </strong>Coffee! And, critical skills training to succeed now and into the future</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Randy Zales leads sales and business growth program across four continents, with clients encompassing Fortune 500 Companies, government, franchises, small businesses and start-ups with extraordinary results. Randy recently helped a Gulf Coast Recovery firm to bring millions to Florida business owners impacted by the BP Oil Spill and is currently helping several companies to hire, train and deploy expanding sales forces, and develop emerging leader programs. Before being the President & Chief Learning Officer of The Training & Development Company, Zales built the highest revenue producing and longest running Anthony Robbins & Associates® franchises in history. Randy served as an Officer and Paratrooper in the US. Army. He is a graduate of Michigan State University and earned his Master’s Degree from Central Michigan University. He continues his executive development from prestigious business schools including Wharton, Kellogg, and the University of Michigan.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>Black</p>
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Ep 40 - Kirk Schneider - What The World Needs More Of...AWE Inspiring Moments
<p><strong>Guest: </strong>Kirk Schneider</p> <p><strong>Age: </strong>62</p> <p><strong>Location: </strong>San Francisco, CA</p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>the sense of awe toward life, which I evolved through some difficult childhood experiences as well as profound adult experiences, all of which derived from the hard-won development of the capacity to be more fully present to myself and others.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of </strong>Cultivation of the sense of awe--the humility and wonder, thrill and anxiety, or sense of adventure toward living.</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Kirk Schneider, Ph.D., is a licensed psychologist and leading spokesperson for contemporary existential-humanistic psychology. Dr. Schneider is past president (2015-2016) of the Society for Humanistic Psychology of the American Psychological Association, recent past editor of the Journal of Humanistic Psychology (2005-2012), president of the Existential-Humanistic Institute (EHI), and adjunct faculty at Saybrook University and Teachers College, Columbia University. A Fellow of the American Psychological Association (APA), Dr. Schneider has published over 100 articles and chapters and has authored or edited 12 books (several of which have been translated into Chinese, German, Greek, Russian, Turkish, and Portuguese). These books include The Paradoxical Self, Horror and the Holy, The Psychology of Existence (with Rollo May), The Handbook of Humanistic Psychology (2nd Ed.) (with Fraser Pierson and James Bugental), Rediscovery of Awe, Existential-Integrative Psychotherapy, Existential-Humanistic Therapy (with Orah Krug—accompanying APA video also available), Humanity’s Dark Side: Evil, Destructive Experience, and Psychotherapy (with Art Bohart, Barbara Held, and Ed Mendelowitz), Awakening to Awe, The Polarized Mind, The Essentials of Existential-Humanistic Therapy Supervision (with Orah Krug), The Spirituality of Awe: Challenges to the Robotic Revolution and The Wiley World Handbook of Existential Therapy (with Emmy van Deurzen et al.) is in preparation. Dr. Schneider is the recipient of the Rollo May Award from Division 32 of the APA for “Outstanding and independent pursuit of new frontiers in humanistic psychology,” the “Cultural Innovator” award from the Living Institute, Toronto, Canada, a psychotherapy training center which bases its diploma on Dr. Schneider’s Existential-Integrative model of therapy, and an Honorary diploma/membership from the Society for Existential Analysis of the U.K. and East European Association of Existential Therapy. Dr. Schneider is also a founding member of the Existential-Humanistic Institute in San Francisco, which in August 2012 launched one of the first certificate programs in Existential-Humanistic practice to be offered in the U.S.A. In April 2010, Dr. Schneider delivered the opening keynote address at the First International (East-West) Existential Psychology Conference in Nanjing, China, and has repeatedly been invited to speak at various similar venues in China—as well as Japan--over the last several years. He delivered a keynote address at the First World Congress of Existential Psychotherapy in London in May 2015.</p> <p><br><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Aquamarine</p>
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Ep 39 - Daniel Levin - What The World Needs More Of... Listen to each other
<p><strong>Guest</strong>: Daniel Levin</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 63</p> <p><br><strong>Location:</strong> Encinitas, CA</p> <p><br><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> while most people strive to be extraordinary, the gift I have been given is to see the beauty in the ordinary. I often ask people on a scale of 1-10 with 10 being everything you want to be and 1 being something you never want to be, where do they place the word ordinary. most people reply a 1 or 2. asked the same question now using the word extraordinary, most people answer 10. and so I ask them this simple question, why do you want extra of something you don't want to be. when we see the beauty of the ordinary, we understand the rules of nature and we see in it the beauty of the sunrise, the change of seasons, etc.</p> <p><br><strong>What the world needs more of</strong> listening to each other more</p> <p><br><strong>Bio: </strong>Daniel Bruce Levin walked away from an opportunity to run H&R Block, a business that was a household name in order to hitchhike around the world to find happiness and inner peace. The people he met along his journey remind him a lot of the characters of The Mosaic. For most of his life, Levin felt different. He saw things others did not see and thought in ways that were unlike the ways of his peers. It made him feel alone and isolated, and though he knew how to play the game and interact with others well, he never felt he was the same as them. This all changed when he started to work with government and corporations seeking innovation. Suddenly, it was his ability to see differently that made him a sought out commodity. His work, as the Director of Business Development for Hay House, catapulted the once boutique publisher into international recognition. while he was in charge of Business Development, the company grew from $3million a year in sales to $100million dollars a year in revenue. Levin is the author of The Mosaic, a fable about finding connection and the founder and creator of The BeKind2U 21 Day Challenge. He is a rare blend of mystic and businessman who is married to the woman of his dreams, and still calls himself a modern-day monk. He is a connectivity activist who works with government organizations, corporations, and businesses to improve the flow of the working group and the interactions people have with themselves and others. Sharing a message of unification, he is a sought-after speaker for groups whose focus is on how to bring the pieces of a team together to function as one voice, i.e. The Mosaic.</p> <p><br><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Black</p>
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Ep 38 - Jessica Powers - What The World Needs More of... LOVE!
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Jessica Powers</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 40 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Brooklyn, NY</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Jessica Powers launched her coaching and consulting company in 2011, and has worked as an organizational development consultant, coach, and learning strategist since 2007. She has worked with many industries, including media, technology, entertainment, energy, international development, and financial services. Before entering the organizational development field, she worked in film and music production, and as a fundraiser and event producer for the National Center for Lesbian Rights. Jessica believes that big thinking, joy, meaning, and intimate connection fuels business growth, and that careers can be wildly successful, fun, and healthy. She works with leaders to identify the people practices that will have the most impact on the organization’s culture, team effectiveness, and business growth. Jessica has a Masters Degree in Organizational Psychology from Columbia University and a Bachelor of Arts in Sociology from Oberlin College.  Some of her favorite things: meandering Brooklyn neighborhoods, talking to strangers, grocery shopping, dance breaks, and floating.</p> <p><strong>What The World Needs More of: </strong></p> <p><strong>1. Love</strong></p> <p><strong>2. Letting Go</strong></p> <p><strong>3. Unconstructed time</strong></p> <p><strong>WOW factor:</strong> I have a warm, dynamic, and open conversations with just about anyone. I love talking to strangers and hearing stories about peoples’ lives, longing, love, struggles, and what matters to them. I am comfortable talking with anyone - from old friends to new friends to total strangers if it feels right. I think that people sense my curiosity and lack of judgement.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Blue </p> <p><strong>Interesting facts that few people know:</strong> I grew up in a family that was curious about people - especially my grandma. She alway asks questions and waits for answers. Spending time with her always meant eating grapes, rubbing her feet, and looking through her papers, journals, photographs. She also had letters, which she found between her father (my great grandfather, Morris) and her grandfather (my great-great grandfather, David) between America and Lithuania. I saw the inner lives of people who I never met, but were so real. I want to always know and care about what matters to people - not the mundane routine minutiae of life - but what we yearn for, what we struggle against, what we overcome, what we cannot overcome, what gives us a sense of awe. My grandfather, who died over 20 years ago, was a ham radio operator, and he collected postcards from people all over the world who he connected with - including a kings or two. I always had the exciting feeling that we could connect to people anywhere in the world, and that people want to be known. One example of how that translated for me - I'd write papers in college and dial 411 to talk to people I was writing about, and had conversations with them. Everyone felt accessible and important. Reading Anne Frank’s diary when I was young had a big impression on me. As a third grader, I knew this person sharing her intimate thoughts was alive and dynamic, but also dead. I went to a high school on a farm in Vermont for one semester - The Mountain School. Every Friday in English class was awesome. We’d turn off the lights, and our English teacher would read snippets of everyone’s journals to the class, anonymously. It was fascinating and so intimate to know the inner lives of my classmates, and to not know their particular musings, but to know that they all had these interior lives and vulnerabilities that they don’t always display. Living in an apartment building on the upper east side with some very strange neighbors (cantaloupe thrown at my door, police coming into my apartment to get inside my neighbor’s apartment through my fire escape, neighbor with pet pigeon) where I didn’t want to be friendly with anyone, to living in a building now where I love my neighbors, have them over, they have me over, they’ve helped me get stitches, talked through relationship ups and downs. I love my neighbors, and this is how I want neighbors to be in this modern world. Getting laid of from a job, and suddenly walking around Manhattan at 11AM, 3PM, and wondering what all these people sitting in cafes and walking the streets were doing. Who were they? How did they get here? Did they not have jobs? How could they afford their mid morning lattes? What interesting things are they doing with their lives? So I set out to talk to strangers on purpose once a week for a while, and I talked to a ping pong champion, street cleaner, traveling the world couple, a sober dog walker, and a nightclub manager who lived in my great grandpa Morris’s old building on Henry Street in what is now Chinatown. We are all so fascinating, connected, different, and also - the same - in our desire for love, meaning, mastery, and pleasure. I also hosted a dinner party series with friends that was so fun and intimate and stimulating - getting to what impacted my guest’s lives. Every person played a character that was a source of inspiration for one dinner guest, so we all got to know each other in a creative way.</p>
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Ep 37 - Chelsea Dinsmore - What The World Needs More of... Mindfulness
<p><strong>Guest: Chelsea Dinsmore</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 35</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: London, United Kingdom</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>I have been told that my ability to be open and vulnerable is admirable, but I also know my ability to see beyond what is happening directly in front of me (some say optimism but I think it is just perspective) is inspirational to many in the LYL community and to friends and family. I have always somewhat naturally been able to see the bright side of things but dealing with some tough life circumstances has allowed me to see that life doesn't always go the way you thought or planned, but when you stop fighting or resisting 'what is' there is beauty difference.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of: </strong>I believe the world needs more of many things: compassion, connectedness, perspective, etc. But I think it is important to start with where you are and what you can contribute daily... because the way you show up in the world affects (whether you know it or not) every person around you. That's why at Live Your Legend we focus on finding a deeper sense of purpose, meaning, and mindfulness (being less reactive and more intentional) in your own life. Because you cannot control what happens around you, but you can decide how you are going to respond to the things that do. I also believe the world needs to play more. We tend to take things so seriously and it strips the joy out of them, but with the right mindset, we can learn to find opportunities in our obstacles and appreciation even in the midst of pain. Emotions may occur naturally (pain, fear, etc.) but our behavior in response to those emotions is a choice.</p> <p><strong>Bio: </strong>Chelsea Dinsmore runs a personal development website called Live Your Legend that helps people discover how to live their lives with a deeper sense of purpose, meaning and mindfulness. Live Your Legend offers inspiration and education to a community of 127,000+ people through their online tools and courses and they have in-person communities that get together all around the world to provide a sense of like-minded support and accountability. When Chelsea is not helping others live their legend, you will find her teaching barre-based fitness classes, cooking up healthy meals or surfing waves around the world.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>My gut reaction was red but my more mindful reaction would probably be blue.</p>
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Ep 36 - Ajit Nawalkha - What the World Needs More Of... More Love and Productivity
<p><strong>Guest: Ajit Nawalkha</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 34</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: Los Angeles, CA</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>Serve Love. Always My story really starts in a small town in India where I grew up with 23 other people in the house. I love my family but to say that my early years were challenging is an understatement.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of:</strong> People who found their way to live joyful, fulfilling, abundant life</p> <p><strong>Bio: </strong>Ajit Nawalkha is an entrepreneur, business coach, founder of Evercoach author of The Book of Coaching and a co-founder of Mindvalley - one of the biggest publishers in personal development space. Ajit Nawalkha, a serial entrepreneur, global educator & consultant, he is the co-founder of Mindvalley Teach, Evercoach and Global GRIT Institute, author of The Book of Coaching and Live Big. Born in Jaipur, Rajasthan living in a home with 23 other people, has always pursued the dream of Living Big. Over the past decade, he has helped build training and coaching companies to inspire the coming generation, transform entrepreneurs to live on purpose, while enjoying their lives while increasing profits. He enjoys exploring the world, learning different cuisines, writing, and spending time with his wife Neeta. He currently lives in Los Angeles, California.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>Blue</p>
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Ep 35 - Julie Hamada - What The World Needs More Of...Love!
<p><strong>Guest: Julie Hamada</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 32</strong></p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Toronto Canada</p> <p><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> I don't believe in giving up! Nothing will stop me from becoming the best version of me!</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more </strong>of: Love.</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Julie is an extremely passionate, committed and a creative professional. For over 8 years, she has offered expertise and strategy in creating systems for growing businesses and implementing a marketing strategy to increase profitability and brand awareness. Julie brings vision, project management, and expertise to all her business endeavors. She has assisted businesses in re-branding campaigns, marketing, product developments, and national/international advertising campaign that have increased overall sales for the business. Julie is 32 years young and a mother to a beautiful girl! She believes in using business strategy to also give back and make the world a better place through innovating not just as companies but as human beings. Julie currently has a marketing consulting company and holds a marketing executive position at a growing food chain! When she’s not working she loves to spend time with her daughter, hiking, giving back, and working on her book.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>Black</p>
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Ep 34 - Nastasha McKeon - What The World Needs More Of...Faith, Passion, Love and Kindness
<p><strong>Guest: </strong>Nastasha<strong> McKeon</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 34</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: San Diego, CA</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>Perseverance. My early life set the stage really well for this characteristic! It’s really served me well in all areas of my life. A business coach of mine once explained it like this. <em>“</em>Nastasha<em> you amaze me. Most are walking on their path & they run into a wall. It looks impossible to get over and so they pack it in and go home. You see a wall and you attempt to climb it, when that doesn’t work, you try to go around it, when that fails, you blow right through it.”</em> I’ve had a lot of opportunities to call it quits in business especially and instead of calling it when the odds seem stacked against me, I just keep going. I keep pushing through and I get the beauty of seeing what’s on the other side of that wall.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of: </strong>Faith (in our own ability to create what we want through the power of the laws of attraction). Passion (for all that we do). Love & kindness. (Towards each other, the planet and ourselves).</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Nastasha is a certified nutritionist and plant-based diet educator holding a certification in plant-based nutrition and holistic nutrition. She is the founder and CEO of Choice Superfood Bar & Juicery. Nastasha’s lifelong passion has been studying the connection of food and how it relates to health. She is a firm believer that—as Hippocrates said—food is medicine and it is her mission in life to teach people how that applies in their lives by educating them and giving them the tools needed to make healthier choices. In her clinical and personal experience, she has seen first hand the impact of diet on disease. She has witnessed the healing powers of food to lower cholesterol, high blood pressure, reverse type II diabetes and obesity, as well as relief from depression and many other diseases. Nastasha is a believer in the mind-body connection and encourages a balanced and healthy lifestyle to promote overall health and wellness. “Be mindful of what you put in your body, in your mind and with whom you surround yourself.” “Eat food with purpose on purpose, limit stress, meditate, exercise and most importantly always keep a positive mental attitude.” These are a few of her core values and principles for achieving ultimate wellbeing</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>Ocean Blue</p>
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Ep 33 - Randy Wallz - What The World Needs More Of... people who love what they do.
<p><strong>Guest: Randy Wallz</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 27</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: Miami, FL</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>2012, car accident reshaped my life. Made me rethink everything I was doing. And now I just focus on living to the fullest, working and creating what makes me happy.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of: </strong>We need more people who love what they do. In turn, we will see more happiness.</p> <p><strong>Bio: </strong>Randy Paredes, also known as Randy Wallz was born in Venezuela. At 7 years old he moved to South Florida. Randy has professionally served as a Music Producer, DJ, Composer, Sound Engineer, Radio Announcer, Voice-Over, Characterizing, Dubbing, Presenter, Reporter, Television Producer, Graphic Designer, Visual Audio Editor, Broadcasting Teacher and Entrepreneur. At 14, Randy started his first company which has managed to bring to life more than 600 events, festivals, and clubs in South Florida. At 17 years old he was the host of his high school morning news and events, graduating with a major in TV production and winning the Award for Best Voice of 2009. He then went on to be a contest winner of Univision’s “Generation 23”. Which led him to work at MIAMI local station Univision 23 and years later in the show “Al Rojo Vivo” in Telemundo. Randy studied Radio / TV Broadcasting in Miami Dade College, Spanish Journalism at the University of Miami, and Sound Engineering at SAE Institute of technology. In 2013 he joined his father Edgar in teaching his broadcasting course his dad, a 40-year professional broadcaster. Today, Randy is a founding member of PangeaFM, PANGEA Academy, PANGEA Plus, PangeaDigitalTV Arrowstein DJ Management, And Vice Marketing Group. Soon to launch PANGEA Clothing brand PangeaON. In April of 2018 during the Latin Billboards Randy also launched his latest radio show and podcast “The Randy Wallz Show” where he interviews singers, songwriters, producers and members of the Latin music industry in order to learn and teach others through their experiences.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>Black and Blue</p>
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Ep 32 - Katelyn G: What The World Needs More Of...Vulnerability!
<p><strong>Guest: Katelyn G.</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 26</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: Lakehead, CA</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>when I realized (in my meditation classes), that only we can make ourselves feel a certain way. It is not what another does, or doesn’t do, our thoughts create our emotions. We can change them in an instant! I practice this wherever I go, at the grocery store, driving, at school, or at work. Every day there are moments where someone won’t be so kind, overly pushy, or shy. I look at those situations and talk to myself okay what is the underlying emotion that is making you feel a certain way back towards these people. Then I change my thought which will bring me to stability again. I also absorb the love when someone shoots me a smile or a kind gesture, it makes me flourish with added on happiness!</p> <p><strong>What The World Needs More Of:</strong> Vulnerability!</p> <p><strong>Bio: </strong>Long story short, I grew up living two completely different lifestyles with separated parents. Never feeling settled, or safe. I searched in all of the wrong avenues that one could take to find safety and love. One day I decided to change every aspect in my life; my thoughts, my feelings, my actions, & let go to of certain people. I began my journey of self-reflection/growth a couple years ago. I habitually meditate in every form, everywhere in my day to day life. I started this journey because I knew the only way to find happiness and love was to find it inwardly first. I wanted to free myself of past traumas and emotions I held onto which would play out in every situation. I could only evolve if I dug deep inside. I always had wonderful observations & advice I would give to others. I finally realized it should not just be offered I needed to utilize the tools I was sharing. Why follow someone’s guidance if they are not living it once I did that my world became whole. I love life and my mission is to bring any form of comfort to anyone who wishes to receive it.</p> <p><strong>Color:</strong> Purple</p>
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Ep 31 - Douglas Winslow Cooper: What The World Needs More Of...Love + Commitment
<p><strong>Guest: Douglas Winslow Cooper</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 75</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: Walden, NY</strong></p> <p><strong>Bio: </strong>Douglas Winslow Cooper, writer, and retired environmental physicist, now helps manage the at-home nursing care of his wife. Cooper earned his A.B., with honors, in physics at Cornell, then served at the U.S. Army biological warfare laboratories at Ft. Detrick, MD. He obtained his M.S. degree in physics at Penn State and his Ph.D. in engineering from Harvard. His professional life centered on environmental issues, and he was the author or co-author of more than 100 technical articles published in peer-reviewed journals. [Citations: https://scholar.google.com/citations?user=VjhPPtIAAAAJ&hl=en&oi=ao] In 1995, he was elected Fellow of the Institute of Environmental Sciences. In 2011, he wrote and published Ting and I: A Memoir of Love, Courage, and Devotion, available at amazon.com. He co-authored two other memoirs and edited three more. He recently wrote and published Write Your Book with Me and co-authored and published SOLVED! Curing Your Medical Insurance Problems. His coaching, writing, and editing site is http://WriteYourBookWithMe.com. His most recent book, Cooper and Beggin, How to Manage Nursing Care at Home, was published by Outskirts Press in March 2017.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of: </strong></p> <p><strong>1. Love</strong></p> <p><strong>2. Commitment </strong></p> <p><strong>3. Our story is about the power of love, the importance of marriage, and the value of human life, even severely disabled life as my wife now endures. These three.</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>We fell in love in Chinese class at Cornell in 1963, married 20 years later, still deeply in love, ready to face the challenges of an interracial marriage and multiple sclerosis, which eventually made Tina quadriplegic and on a ventilator, with 24/7 nursing at home for the past 14 years, after nearly dying in 2004.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>Blue</p>
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Ep 30 - Akhil Patel MD - What The World Needs More Of... Execution
<p><strong>Guest: Akhil Patel MD</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 32</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: Sarasota, FL</strong></p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of:</strong> People to execute on their dreams.</p> <p><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>Is my resourcefulness and perspective.</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> <span class="TextRun SCXW128937679" lang="en-us"><span class="NormalTextRun SCXW128937679">Akhil Patel was born in New Jersey and raised in Tampa, Florida. He earned his medical degree at the University of Florida at </span></span><span class="TextRun SCXW128937679" lang="en-us"><span class="NormalTextRun SCXW128937679">Shands</span></span><span class="TextRun SCXW128937679" lang="en-us"><span class="NormalTextRun SCXW128937679"> Hospital. He then completed his Internal Medicine residency at the University of South Florida. While there, he worked at Moffitt Cancer Center, James A. Haley VA Hospital, and Tampa General Hospital. </span></span><span class="LineBreakBlob BlobObject DragDrop SCXW128937679"><span class="SCXW128937679"> </span><br class="SCXW128937679"></span><span class="LineBreakBlob BlobObject DragDrop SCXW128937679"><span class="SCXW128937679"> </span><br class="SCXW128937679"></span><span class="TextRun SCXW128937679" lang="en-us"><span class="NormalTextRun SCXW128937679">Dr. Patel has earned many awards and held numerous leadership positions in local and national medical committees. He has practiced throughout Florida - West Palm Beach, The Villages, Leesburg, Ocala, and Tavares. He is currently in Sarasota, Florida where he manages medical clinics that focus on senior care. His aim is to disrupt low-income health care for seniors. In his free time, Dr. Patel enjoys sailing, golfing and playing tennis.</span></span></p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>Blue</p>
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Ep 29 - Micah & Diana LaCerte - What The World Needs More Of... people who BELIEVE in their ability to succeed
<p><strong>Guest: Micah & Diana LaCerte</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 39 and 41</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: Kansas City, Missouri</strong></p> <p><strong>What The World Needs More Of </strong>People who BELIEVE in their ability to succeed so that they will tackle and conquer their dreams and goals. This would have a major impact and ripple effect on the world.</p> <p><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> We have a deep passion to see other people transform their lives. It's why we founded our business Hitch Fit, and it's why we persist in every challenge that comes up. We are addicted to seeing people transform. The moments that have shaped this drive over the years are seeing person after person and hearing story after story of clients who have succeeded and then tackled so many other things in life that they didn't know were possible. Every time we hear one of those stories, it makes us want to just keep going and going and make the biggest impact that we can during our time on this earth.</p> <p><strong>Bios: </strong>Fitness power couple <strong>Micah</strong> and <strong>Diana LaCerte</strong> are co-owners of Hitch Fit Gym & Hitch Fit Online Personal Training. These entrepreneurs published authors, and World Champion fitness athletes have graced the covers of both fitness magazines and business magazines, and have pursued their mission passionately since 2009. Micah and Diana launched Hitch Fit in the heart of a recession, with a shoestring budget, and a BIG dream to have a positive impact on as many lives as possible. The online personal training business, which they built organically through social media, has spread to 74 countries. Hitch Fit Gym now has 3 locations in the Kansas City area. They along with their Transformation Training team in Kansas City, Missouri, have aided clients locally and globally shed over 350,000 pounds of fat. Hitch Fit will celebrate 10 years of transforming lives in February 2019 and have just launched a new division of the company, Hitch Fit Master Coaching, which will provide workshops and retreats. Micah is a class of 2012 graduate of the HEMP program (Helzberg Entrepreneurial Mentoring Program). Diana is a Kansas City Business Journal - Women Who Mean Business class of 2015, and Hitch Fit is one of Thinking Bigger Business Media’s Top 25 under 25 Small Businesses in Kansas City. As leaders in the fitness and transformation industry, these two are committed to their mission of “Making the world a more fit and healthy place, one person at a time”. Micah and Diana have been married since 2011 and reside in Kansas City, Missouri. As born again believes in Jesus Christ they feel beyond blessed to fulfill God’s call on their lives by helping others transform.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color</strong>:<strong> Micah-</strong>Silver <strong>Diana-</strong>Green</p>
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Ep 28 - Brandon James Duncan: What the World Needs More Of...Self-love, unconditional love, connection, community and compassion.
<p><strong>Guest: Brandon James Duncan</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 38</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: Portland Oregon</strong></p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Serial entrepreneur, father, author, athlete...focused on becoming a better man each day while making a positive impact along the way.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>What The World Needs More Of:</strong></p> <ul> <li><strong>Self-love</strong></li> <li><strong>unconditional love</strong></li> <li><strong>connection</strong></li> <li><strong>community</strong></li> <li><strong>compassion</strong></li> </ul> <p> </p> <p><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> My ability to connect and relate to others in a deep and intimate way, thus creating a leadership path to mutual growth and expansion. Experiencing the death of my brother on my birthday shaped me in a way and inspired me to pursue meaningful relationships and connection with others.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Blue</p>
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Ep 27 - Frances Pappalardo - The World Needs More Of...Servent Leadership
<p><strong>Guest: Frances Pappalardo</strong></p> <p><strong>Age: 31</strong></p> <p><strong>Location: New York</strong></p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Frances’ journey has taken her all over the world, sharing her personal experiences and philosophies with hundreds of thousands of people who truly desire to customize their lives. She is the current VP of the Justice Project Honduras and on the founding team of Operation Holiday Impact. Her joy comes from helping others break through the barriers that are keeping them from living a fully customized life. She is most proud of being a full-time mom and wife to her husband and two kids.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>The world needs more of: </strong>Servent Leadership - The belief and encouragement they need to know they can truly customize the life they’ve always desired to live and the necessary steps it takes to get there.</p> <p> </p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Green</p>
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EP 26 - Ben Freeman - What The World Needs More Of... Truth and Accountability
<div><strong>Guest:</strong> Ben Freeman</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Age:</strong> 41</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Location:</strong> New York City</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Bio:</strong> Ben has extensive experience in both the physical and financial commodities markets; he has invested capital across multiple market cycles and transacted commodity products globally. Ben currently runs his own consulting business, Ben Freeman LLC. Ben also founded the commodity merchant business HudsonField to opportunistically acquire and trade physical energy assets. Prior to HudsonField, Ben was the global head of crude oil trading for Goldman Sachs, where he successfully managed a multi-billion dollar portfolio of commodity derivatives and structured transactions, while leading a global trading team across the US, Europe and Asia. At Goldman, Ben successfully helped the firm navigate the commodities franchise business across significant structural changes in the industry, such as the development of e-trading and post-financial crisis banking regulations. Ben started his career as an analyst for Enron Corp in Houston, Texas.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>The world needs more:</strong></div> <div> </div> <div><strong>1. Truth</strong></div> <div><strong>2. Accountability for those in public positions</strong></div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Favorite color:  </strong>Blue</div>
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EP 25 - Naresh Vissa - What The World Needs More Of... FreeThinkers
<div><strong>Guest:</strong> Naresh Vissa</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Age:</strong> 29</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Location:</strong> Tampa, Fl</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Bio:</strong>  Naresh Vissa is the #1 bestselling author of FIFTY SHADES OF MARKETING: Whip Your Business into Shape & Dominate Your Competition, PODCASTNOMICS: The Book of Podcasting... To Make You Millions, THE NEW PR: 21st Century Public Relations Strategies & Resources... To Reach Millions, and TRUMPBOOK: How Digital Liberals Silenced a Nation into Making America Hate Again. He is also the Founder & CEO of Krish Media & Marketing – a full service online and digital media and marketing consultancy and agency. He has worked with CNN Radio, J.P. Morgan Chase, EverBank, The Institute for Energy Research, Houston Rockets, Houston Astros, the American Junior Golf Association, Agora Financial, Agora Publishing, Stansberry Research and TradeStops. Vissa graduated Magna Cum Laude from Syracuse University's Honors Program with degrees in broadcast journalism, finance and accounting. He earned a Master's Degree from Duke University's Fuqua School of Business. He has been featured on USA Today, Yahoo!, Bloomberg, MSNBC, Huffington Post, Businessweek, MSN Money, Business Insider, India Today, Hindustan Times and other domestic and international media outlets.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>The world needs more:</strong></div> <div><strong>1. The world needs more people to be introspective.</strong></div> <div><strong>2. To focus on improving themselves and their own situations.</strong></div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Wow Factor:</strong>  Failure has wowed me at every crossroad: - Being fired (still happens) - Shutting down or walking away from ventures - Losing money At the same time, I'm fortunate enough to have people around me who inspire me to work harder and strive for more.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Favorite color: </strong>Red, Orange, Dark Blue</div> <div> </div>
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EP 24 - Josh Macin - What The World Needs More Of... Authenticity, Vulnerability and Truth!
<div><strong>Guest:</strong> Josh Macin</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Age:</strong> 29</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Location:</strong> Berkeley CA</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Bio:</strong> Josh Macin was the 2010 Brazilian Jiu-Jitsu World Champion and the 2012 Pan-American champion. Suddenly, in October of 2013, he began to experience debilitating panic attacks, suicidal despair, and gut-wrenching anxiety. After pharmaceutical drugs provided no relief, he found himself on a hero’s journey – traveling to the corners of the earth experimenting with some of the world’s most powerful hallucinogens. When neither ayahuasca, float tanks, fasting, meditation, colon cleaning, nor yoga could provide him with relief he began to lose faith. In a surreal sequence of events that transpired three years after beginning the journey, he found out about heavy metal poisoning and started a comprehensive detoxification protocol. Now, alive and well to tell the tale, Josh has created TheDetoxDudes.com – a company devoted to helping people overcome toxicity.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>The world needs more:</strong></div> <div><strong>1.  Authenticity </strong></div> <div><strong>2.  Vulnerability </strong></div> <div><strong>3.  Truth</strong></div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> Compassion, authenticity, realness. My illness helped me become more real and shed the layers.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Favorite color: </strong>Blue</div>
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EP 23 - Mike Robbins - What The World Needs More Of... Walking in each others shoes
<div><strong>Guest:</strong> Mike Robbins</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Age:</strong> 44</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Location:</strong> Novato, CA</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Bio:</strong>  Mike Robbins is the author of four books, Focus on the Good Stuff, Be Yourself Everyone Else is Already Taken, Nothing Changes Until You Do, and Bring Your Whole Self to Work. He delivers keynotes and seminars that empower people, leaders, and organizations to be more successful, appreciative, and authentic. Prior to his current work, Mike played baseball at Stanford and then professionally with the KC Royals. After his athletic career was cut short by injuries, he worked in the tech world, before starting his consulting business in 2001. His clients include Google, Wells Fargo, eBay, Gap, Microsoft, and others. <a href="http://www.Mike-Robbins.com">www.Mike-Robbins.com</a></div> <div> </div> <div><strong>The world needs more:</strong></div> <div><strong>1. Love</strong></div> <div><strong>2. Empathy</strong></div> <div><strong>3. Understanding</strong></div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> I think my parents splitting up when I was 3, my pro baseball career ending, losing both of my parents and my sister, being married to my amazing wife Michelle and father to our incredible daughters all have shaped the way I think about life, relate to others, and do my work.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Favorite color: </strong>Green</div>
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EP 22 - Caleigh Haber-Takayama - What The World Needs More Of... The "Hype Man"
<div><strong>Guest:</strong> Caleigh Haber-Takayama</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Age:</strong> 28</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Location:</strong> Los Angeles</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Bio:</strong> Born and raised along the California coast, Caleigh was diagnosed at birth with cystic fibrosis, a genetic disease that causes thick and sticky mucus to clog the airways in the lungs and affect many other organs in the body. Growing up, Caleigh stayed healthy through sports and social activities. She later moved to San Francisco to attend culinary school. Despite her best efforts to balance health and happiness, she found herself with end-stage lung disease, frequently hospitalized and requiring a double lung transplant to live longer. While waiting for a transplant and after receiving new lungs in October 2015, she dedicated her life to awareness and advocacy for cf, organ transplant, genetic disease and chronic illness. She went on to meet the love of her life, travel and get married. After only a year and a half post-transplant, her body went into organ rejection and again she was found fighting for her life. She was hospitalized often and in January she became so sick she was medically evacuated to Los Angeles where she lived in the hospital until receiving her second gift of life - another double lung transplant June 8, 2018. She now lives a successful life achieving new goals every day -- including chronicling her journey and beginning her own legacy through her foundation Fight2Breathe.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>The world needs more:</strong></div> <div>1. I believe the world needs more of the "Hype Man".</div> <div>2. People empowering other people.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Wow Factor: </strong>My WOW factor is my ability to remain optimistic. My family and friends have helped me keep hopeful through their love and support. Through their ability to make me laugh and smile. Through their reminders of past triumphs and future goals.</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Favorite color:</strong> Purple</div> <div> <p><strong>Website:</strong> <a href="https://www.fight2breathe.org/">https://www.fight2breathe.org</a></p> <p><strong>Instagram:</strong> @Fight2Breathe</p> </div>
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Ep 21 - Dean Jacobs - The World Needs More... Connection + Engagement + Action
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Dean Jacobs</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 56</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Nebraska</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Quit a successful job and sold the house to follow a dream. Everyone thought he was crazy. After exploring 58 countries, an ordinary guy from Nebraska has gained a perspective and wisdom that is helpful to others. His passion is to remind students, dreams are not for special people, they are for everyone. We are not here to go through the motions of life, but to live a life of wonder.</p> <p><strong>The World Needs More: </strong></p> <p><strong>1. Connection to the things that matter. </strong></p> <p><strong>2. More attention to the things that bring us joy. </strong></p> <p><strong>3. More action on the things that make the world better.</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> The world is far more kind, beautiful and generous then what it is given credit for. My journeys are filled with experiences that prove this to be true. From watching the sun go down and change colors on the face of Mount Everest, to being within an arms reach of a 450 lb mountain gorilla, to having my bus fare paid by locals in Sudan. Life is filled with moments of wonder.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Blue, for big open skies and horizons to go explore.</p>
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Ep 20 - Tony Pappalardo - The World Needs More... People focusing on what is RIGHT with life!
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Tony Pappalardo</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 39 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> New York, NY</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Tony figured out a way in his 20's to minimize his time as a business owner, so that he could maximize his position as full-time husband and father in his 30's. Having been asked to speak on stages across the globe, his passion lies in helping others do the same - breakthrough any limitations that keep them from living a truly fulfilled and authentic life focusing in on the areas that matter most.</p> <p><strong>The World Needs More:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. People focusing on what is RIGHT with life</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow factor:</strong> Tune in and find out. </p> <p><strong>Favorite color:</strong> Blue</p>
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Ep 19 - Davis Zavik - The World Needs more... Empathy & Compassion
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Davis Zavik</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 28 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Miami Beach, FL</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> New mom, wife, author of Assisted Living, Everything you Need to Know to Compassionately Care for your Elderly Parent, Residential Assisted Living Facility owner, Sociology graduate from the University of Miami</p> <p><strong>The world needs more:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Compassion</strong></p> <p><strong>2. Empathy</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> My ability to think ahead, act in a timely manor and organize my schedule. Growing up with a younger brother, I had to think at least one step ahead if I wanted to have a say in what we were doing, where we were going etc. So I think I learned from a young age that if I didn’t think ahead, I wouldn’t get to sit next to the person I wanted to at family dinners, or play with the toy of my choice instead of my brother getting to take it first. When I was younger I also sailed a tall ship around the world and I think that greatly impacted my character today. Onboard we had to be on time and if we were more than 90 seconds late we were reprimanded- the reason being that they would have to assume a man overboard drill for safety purposes. So I learned very quickly the value of being on time when that was a daily focus 24/7 for an entire year of my life. And as a new mom, I think everyone can understand the importance of schedules. Be it sleep, pumping or feeding schedules- you have to pay attention to your time. I think there’s a lot I still have to learn, but I’m really good at time, organization and thinking ahead.<br><br><strong>Favorite color: </strong>Scarlet red although you wouldn’t know that from looking at my closet of mostly black clothes</p>
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Ep 18 - Bryan Takayama - The World Needs More... Living In The Moment
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Bryan Takayama</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 26 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Los Angeles, CA</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Husband to an amazing wife with a focus on taking advantage of every second to find happiness.</p> <p><strong>The World Needs More:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Living in the moment</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> Work ethic, loyalty, figuring out how things work and executing</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Orange</p> <p>Website: <a href="https://www.fight2breathe.org">https://www.fight2breathe.org</a></p> <p>Instagram: @Mr_fight2breathe</p>
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Ep 17 - Juliana Lacerda Sobral - The World Needs More... Tenderness
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Juliana Lacerda Sobral </p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 34 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Los Angeles, CA</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Juliana has spent her professional life supporting students in higher education and as an integral collaborator on the growth of a plant-based lifestyle brand. She’s currently taking time to focus on her family’s health and wellness, to be fully devoted to her baby boy, traveling and working with her husband Murs, and dabbling in consulting projects she’s passionate about.</p> <p><strong>The World Needs More:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Tenderness </strong></p> <p><strong>2. Community, neighborhoods with neighbors who need to interact on a regular basis to increase kindness, compassion, integrity and decrease loneliness and apathy.</strong></p> <p><strong>WOW factor:</strong> Connecting deeply with strangers! I think moving a lot, traveling, being a person who dislikes smalltalk, and certainly going through my own personal challenges have pushed me to develop this ability.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color: </strong>GOLD!</p>
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Ep 16 - Boone Zavik - The World Needs More... Seeing Through Others eyes
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Boone Zavik</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 31 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Miami Beach, FL</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Vice President and Marketing Manager of Immuno Laboratories.</p> <p><strong>The World Needs More:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Seeing Through Others Eyes</strong></p> <p><strong>2. Empathy</strong></p> <p><strong>WOW Factor:</strong> I'm in the martial arts hall of fame for the Comjuka-Kali system and at the time I was the youngest :) (It is knife and stick fighting.)</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Purple even thought I wear black and usually buy black colored things.</p>
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Ep 15 - Gregg Stebben - The World Needs More ... Internal Debates
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Gregg Stebben</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> Wise, Refined & Heartfelt </p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Charleston, SC</p> <p><strong>Bio: </strong>Former host, “Men’s Health Live” for Men’s Health Magazine Interview subjects range from Presidents Trump and Clinton, to executives from Google and Twitter, to GM and Maserati Author of 19 books, including White House: Confidential and Internet Privacy for Dummies</p> <p><strong>The world needs more of:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Internal Debates</strong></p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Unknown</p>
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Ep 14 - Niyi Sobo - The World Needs More... People Guiding People to Reality
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Niyi Sobo</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 33 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Portland, OR</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Former nfl running back, former firefighter, current peak mindset consultant , podcaster and entrepreneur. Father of 5, husband.</p> <p><strong>The world needs more:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. More thugs- more fearless leaders willing to disrupt the status quo to establish new realities for people and improve the world</strong></p> <p><strong>2. People guiding people to reality</strong></p> <p><strong>WOW factor:</strong> My wow factor is my self reliance- I love being alone, I deal well with pain and I am independent. Being the 3rd of 4 boys helped, and not getting the love I needed from mom and pops. Having my son at a young age taught me to be responsible and self reliant at a young age. Quitting my job as a firefighter and building my business with very little help reinforced my independence.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> RED</p>
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Ep 13 - Farhad Kardani (Coach Kardan) - The World Needs More... Pure Love + High Quality Communication
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Farhad Kardani (Coach Kardan)</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 50 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Dubai, UAE</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Born to love & to be loved. An awesome citizen of the world. A mixture of Iran, New Zealand & Japan. A visionary leader who wants to make a big difference while on this journey called life. A founder and CEO of two training companies in Japan & UAE. A best selling author of two books, Professional speaker and an executive coach to some of the fortune 500 companies. Married to a beautiful Japanese and is the father of an amazing girl. Currently based in the amazing city of Dubai.</p> <p><strong>The world needs more... </strong></p> <p><strong>1. Pure Love</strong></p> <p><strong>2. High Quality Communication</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow factor:</strong> I allowed LIFE to touch me but never to CRUSH me. I love people and always fascinated to see how we treat each other.</p> <p><strong>Favorite color:</strong> Blue </p>
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Ep 12 - Marino Duran - The World Needs More... People living their passion & inspiring others to do the same
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Marino Duran</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 27 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Ann Arbor, Mi</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Marino Durán was born in a poor town in the Dominican Republic. When he was 5-years old, he immigrated to the United States -- not knowing a word of English. Yet, currently Marino works as an engineer for General Motors, one of the world’s largest corporations. It’s a top job and Marino, who graduated in May (2016) with a computer engineering degree, can hardly believe his good fortune: He is blessed now with the promise of professional success. But coming from such a poor background, his path to academic and professional success was strewn at every step with obstacles that threatened to overwhelm him. Yet he overcame all those obstacles by doing what came naturally to him: working hard and never accepting defeat. Article here: <a href="https://news.njit.edu/njit-grad-has-top-job-general-motors/">https://news.njit.edu/njit-grad-has-top-job-general-motors/</a></p> <p><strong>The world needs more:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. People living their passion & inspiring others to do the same</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow factor:</strong> My perspective on life and my ability to see things as they should be rather than as they are. What most see as an inconvenience I see as a privileged and I've come ahead time and time again because I am willing to do what others aren't.</p> <p><strong>Favorite color:</strong> Blue</p>
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Ep 11 - Aarron Tyson - The World Needs More... Selflessness
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Aarron Tyson</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 30 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Atlanta, GA </p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Aarron Tyson was born in New Haven, Connecticut. He began picking up various instruments at age 6 to later become a professional Musician/Producer touring and sharing the stage with some of the world's most popular household names. Aarron's original music has been featured on networks such as MTV, TNT, and WE TV as well as live performance TV appearances with artists like, Musiq Soulchild, Kid Rock & Yelawolf to name a few... As the world of music adjusted to his actions, the multi-instrumentalist's aspirations continued as he began to help launch the careers of several indie artists finding their way developing a career in artist development and branding. Aarron currently resides in Atlanta, Ga where he continues his musical journey while tackling other business ventures as a full-time entrepreneur.</p> <p><strong>The World Needs More:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Selflessness </strong></p> <p><strong>2. Transparency</strong></p> <p><strong>3. Humility</strong></p> <p><strong>4. Love</strong></p> <p><strong>WOW Factor:</strong> My ability to listen and to place myself in the shoes of the next person. This is where I learn the most about people and also myself. Exercising this daily has pushed me daily to remain open-minded to the needs of others in this massive world that we live in.</p> <p><strong>Favorit Color:</strong> Blue </p>
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Ep 10 - Lauren Eliz Love - The World Needs More... Acceptance + Understanding + Compassion
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Lauren Eliz Love</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 29 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Connecticut, CT</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Lauren Eliz Love is the founder of @badassbusinessbabe an online brand that offers business coaching for women ready to scale their passion online. Working in the coaching industry for more than five years, Lauren has helped thousands of women shift into financial freedom by becoming personal influencers online.</p> <p><strong>The world needs more:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Acceptance </strong></p> <p><strong>2. Understanding</strong></p> <p><strong>3. Compassion</strong></p> <p><strong>WOW factor:</strong> My wow factor is my vulnerability. My ability to wear my heart on my sleeve and be me without caring what other people think. I feel like there needs to be more of that in the world.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Tiffant blue</p>
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Ep 9 - David Safai - The World Needs More... Entrepreneur Training For Children
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> David Safai</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 42 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Los Angeles, CA</p> <p><strong>Bio</strong>: A Husband, Father of 2, Entrepreneur, Real Estate Developer and loves Martial Arts, going to Maui and reading new books.</p> <p><strong>The World Needs More:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Entrepreneurs</strong></p> <p><strong>Wow Factor:</strong> Tune in and find out</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Blue</p> <div class="response-question-container"> <div class="response-question response-question-type-vertical response-question-family-single_choice sm-corner-a spacer-pam"> <div class="response-question-header clearfix"> <div class="sm-float-l"><span style="color:#000000;"> </span></div> </div> </div> </div>
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Ep 8 - Amanda Marit - The World Needs More.... Heart
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Amanda Marit</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 31 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Encinitas, CA</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Amanda is a Soul + Business Coach, guide, and intuitive who has empowered and mentored countless women and female entrepreneurs around the world who are here to serve the world massively, know their worth, + receive abundantly. Through her private 1:1 programs, intensive retreats, and group trainings, she is able to help her clients break free of the limits in the mind and connect to INFINITE possibilities through connection to Divine/Universe/Source. Her superpower is tapping into the unshakable confidence, love, and abundance that is already available within the heart. She believes anything and everything is possible through a blend of energetic alignment + getting fired up to take inspired action!</p> <p><strong>The world needs more:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Heart</strong></p> <p><strong>2. Passionate people</strong></p> <p><strong>3. People pursuing their dreams & believing in themselves</strong></p> <p><strong>WOW factor:</strong> My wow factor is being able to passionately express my message in a way that helps inspire others to step into their highest potential. Spending 7 years in Corporate America, I know what it’s like to feel like you’re not living life to the fullest. That moment when I started feeling there was something more out there for me was the moment I truly felt alive -- possibly even for the first time. The idea of a greater experience sparked an entire life transformation. From Corporate Leadership to helping others tap into their souls power and purpose, my life has done a complete 180 over the last 5 years. The most humbling moments can help shape us into who we are meant to be, as we find out how powerful we TRULY are. The moment in my business when I had 5 whole cents left in my bank account, then went out to have a $20,000 month in my business (which sparked many more of those months following that) was one of the most empowering experiences of my life. I could have quit, but the magic was right on the other side. I am SO passionate about teaching this to others who are struggling to grow their missions.</p> <p><strong>Favorite color:</strong> Purple </p>
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Ep 7 - Steve Fink - The World Needs More... Love + Understanding + Oneness
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Steve Fink</p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 22 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Washington, DC</p> <p><strong>Bio</strong>: Steve Fink is a 22 year old entrepreneur. Early in life, my family and I were homeless living from one hotel to another. Now, Steve is working towards a future where he can impact the lives of others while living life to the fullest.</p> <p><strong>What the world needs more of:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Faith in themselves</strong></p> <p><strong>2. Love</strong></p> <p><strong>3. Understanding</strong></p> <p><strong>What is your WOW factor:</strong> Being homeless. Going through that really shaped the way I look at my future. Going to Cali was the best experience of my life. It literally taught me that the journey is what really matters. It grew my love for travel but taught me to be patient and think things through.</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Blue</p>
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Ep 6 - Jocelyn Kuhn - The World Needs More... Love + Forgiveness + Saying I'm Sorry
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Jocelyn Kuhn </p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 32 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Portland, OR</p> <p><strong>Bio</strong>: Jocelyn Kuhn is a professional coach, speaker and author with a wealth of experience helping people thrive through life’s most challenging moments. Having been through some pretty significant transitions herself (death, divorce, career transitions, blending a family, etc.), she feels passionate about helping others through what can be a very scary time. As a coach she helps clients to clearly define new and exciting goals and dreams, reframe their story so that it empowers them, and create actionable steps towards achieving goals and overcoming obstacles. She’s studied effective transitions at length and is excited to share her 5 Step process to thrive through any transitions a person may be facing.<br><br><strong>What does the world need more of: </strong></p> <p><strong>1. Love</strong></p> <p><strong>2. Forgiveness</strong></p> <p><strong>3. Saying I'm Sorry</strong></p> <p><strong>What is your WOW factor:</strong> My WOW factor is empathy and compassion. I LOVE people and truly care about helping people live more abundant, happier, richer lives. I think the biggest events that have shaped this in me would be the death of my father, going through a tough divorce in my early twenties that I didn't see as part of my plan, and just being with people and hearing their stories.</p> <p><strong>Favorite color:</strong> Pink</p>
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Ep 5 - Jason Sisneros - The World Needs More... Transparency + Forgiveness
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Jason Sisneros (aka The Bald Avenger) </p> <p><strong>Age:</strong> 46 years old</p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> Denver, Colorado</p> <p><strong>Bio:</strong> Entreprenuer + Philanthropist + Business Consultant + Comedian </p> <p><strong>What does the world need more of:</strong></p> <p><strong>1. Transparency</strong></p> <p><strong>2. Forgiveness</strong></p> <p><strong>What is your WOW factor:</strong> Discipline + Focus</p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Purple </p>
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Ep 4 - Corey Corpodian - The World Needs More ... Leadership
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Corey Corpodian</p> <p><strong>Age</strong>: 32 years old</p> <p><strong>Location: </strong>Newport Beach, CA</p> <p><strong>What do you believe the world needs more of:</strong></p> <p>1. LEADERSHIP</p> <p><strong>What is your WOW factor:</strong> Tune in find out! </p> <p><strong>Favorite Color:</strong> Blue</p> <p> </p> <p>More about Corey Corpodian: </p> <div class="dmNewParagraph"> <div><span class="lh-1 font-size-22">Corey Corpodian is the founder and host of Unleash Success. Corey is a dynamic, high impact up and coming motivational speaker who has given keynotes for personal development seminars, businesses, and even the US Marines. His mission in life is to breakdown the secrets of success into step-by-step actions that you can then use to empower your own life. Corey is passionate about helping you identify what is limiting you from your potential, the knowledge to understand how to make a change, and the tools to set you on the path to success! Learn the mindset, the tools, and the strategies of the best in the world so that you too can Unleash Success.</span></div> <div> </div> <div><span class="lh-1 font-size-22">Website: <a href="http://www.unleashsuccess.com">http://www.unleashsuccess.com</a></span></div> </div>
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Ep 3 - Alison - The World Needs More... Empathy For Animals & Each Other
<p><strong>Guest:</strong> Alison </p> <p><strong>Age</strong>: Unsure </p> <p><strong>Location:</strong> San Francisco Bay, CA</p> <p><strong>What do you believe the world needs more of:</strong></p> <p>1. Empathy for animals</p> <p>2. Empathy for each other</p> <p><strong>What is your favorite color:</strong> Unknown </p> <p>... Note to self -- When you invite a guest on the podcast who just happened to be sitting in the same row as you on a flight from SFO to MIA -- MAKE SURE TO GET THEIR CONTACT INFO!! </p>
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Ep 2 - Monica Lucero - The World Needs More... Healing + Self Care
<p><strong>Guest: Monica Lucero </strong></p> <div>Website: <a href="https://www.monicalucerowellness.com">https://www.monicalucerowellness.com</a></div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Location:</strong> San Francisco, CA</div> <div> </div> <div><strong>Bio:</strong> Monica is a holistic health coach in San Francisco, CA. Integrating fitness, mindfulness and clean eating self-care practices, she helps her clients achieve the mental and physical clarity required to live their passions. She herself has overcome a back injury, thyroid autoimmune disorder, and depression through healthy and mindful living. She is a certified Neuro-Linguistic coach and comes from a therapeutic healing background.</div> <div> </div> <div> </div> <div>World needs more of:</div> <div><strong>1. Healing </strong></div> <div><strong>2. Self Care</strong></div> <div> </div> <div>Wow factor: Tune in and find out</div> <div> </div> <div>Favorite Color: <span style="color:#ff00ff;"><strong>Fuchsia</strong></span></div>
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Ep 1 - Amanda Robbins - The World Needs More ... Financial Literacy & Healthy Foods
<p>Guest: Amanda Robbins</p> <p>Age: 34 Years Old</p> <p>Location: Miami Beach, FL, USA</p> <p>What do you believe the world needs more of: </p> <ol><li><strong>Financial Literacy </strong></li> <li><strong>Greater Access to Healthy Foods</strong></li> </ol><p>What is your WOW factor: Tune in to find out </p> <p>What is your favorite color: Purple </p> <p> </p>
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