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Are You Happy in Your Heart?
40 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
"Life Sustains Life (Being true to yourself and to our planet)" with Jason Knoll
Jason Knoll is passionate about personal growth, transformation and the exploration of consciousness. He digs deep within himself and has the courage to follow his inner guidance. This episode had no planned topic or set questions. Just two friends who showed up powerfully to the present moment. We discussed how life sustains life. How fear can be a great teacher and how we must step into our true self to be truly happy.
34 minutes | Mar 12, 2021
"Love Yourself First" with Rebekah Bernier
Rebekah Bernier is a straight-up survivor. She has walked the fiery path of having breast cancer, having loved ones pass away and going through a messy divorce. Yet, she has an amazing perspective on how she looks at life now, through her own two eyes. She firmly believes that life is messy and wonderful. She has learned that when you are flat out on your back, it won't always be that way and that happiness comes from respecting and loving yourself...first! You can find her podcast "Through These Hazel Eyes" HERE
27 minutes | Feb 9, 2021
"Rising from the Ashes like a Phoenix" with Suzette Smith
Suzette Smith is a woman with an endless reserve of courage, tenacity and good old grit. She as walked a very unique path in life and has faced some unbelievable challenges with her battle with ovarian cancer and her time spent in federal prison. Yet through it all, she has risen from the ashes and is spreading her wings to new heights much like a fearless Phoenix!
14 minutes | Dec 29, 2020
"When Gratitude Meets Grief (A tribute to 2020)" with Sarah J. Worlton
The year 2020 has been quite a doozy! We have faced hardships on a global scale that trickled down to our personal lives and effected them in every single way. This episode is merely a snapshot of the events that transpired and what it was like to live during a global pandemic in 2020. It explores and pays tribute to the moments that yielded unbelievable grief and the countless acts of kindness, bravery and love that caused only feelings of sincere gratitude.
52 minutes | Nov 23, 2020
"The Startup of Seinfeld (A New Look at Entrepreneurship)" with R. Scott Livengood
R. Scott Livengood is a Professor of Strategy and Entrepreneurship with the W. P. Carey’s Management and Entrepreneurship Department at Arizona State University. He recently self-published a book called "The Startup of Seinfeld: A Multimedia Approach to Learning Entrepreneurship" that introduces entrepreneurial principles and then links readers to edited Seinfeld clips as examples. We sit down and discuss happiness, success and this conversation is far from being an episode about nothing. You can find his book on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/dp/B08K4SVBJ2/ref=tsm_1_fb_lk
33 minutes | Nov 13, 2020
"Giving Up is Not an Option" with Tyson Sadler
Tyson Sadler is not just a Documentary Filmmaker, Photographer and World-Traveler, he's a Fighter. For climate change, for human rights and for his own life. His stunning audio-visual work has been featured in the New York Times and film festivals around the world. In July 2016, he was involved in a hiking accident in Aspen, Colorado where he fell 40 feet into an ice crevasse and suffered multiple injuries. Listen to his story of the importance of keeping your tribe close, the power of the human spirit and when life is at its lowest, giving up is just not an option.
42 minutes | Nov 9, 2020
"Making a Dent in the Universe with Podcasting" with Carolyn Kiel
Carolyn Kiel designs training programs for employees at a Fortune 500 company in New Jersey. In her spare time, Carolyn hosts and produces the Beyond 6 Seconds podcast. On her podcast, she interviews people about how they’ve overcome obstacles to build their careers, shape their lives and achieve their goals. In this episode, two friends who have never met in person sit down and discuss creativity and making a dent in the universe through Podcasting. You can find her podcast on Beyond6seconds.com and wherever you get your podcasts.
36 minutes | Oct 5, 2020
"Happiness & Headstones (keeping Utah's history alive)" with Chad Mortenson
Chad grew up in the shadows of Salt Lake City, Utah, delivering newspapers on his Schwinn bike and dodging punches from his brothers. He later gained a deep admiration for the rich and quirky history that Utah has to offer. You can find him giving tours of the Salt Lake City Cemetery, where he finds great happiness in keeping the lives of those who have gone on before alive. One story at a time.
32 minutes | Sep 30, 2020
"Plan for Berlin- but expect Beijing" with Brad Swail
Brad Swail is the host of The Cultivate Wellness Podcast - a show dedicated to expanding peoples' perceptions on what is possible with their mental and physical health. Married to his wife of 7 years, Laura, they have three children, Leif, Lachlan, and Wilhelmina. Brad has been a stay at home father caring for their children as best he can.
41 minutes | Sep 18, 2020
"Portland Mutual Aid Network (Going beyond PB&J)" with Greg Bennick and Arrow
The Portland Mutual Aid Network is a community run organization that serves the houseless community in Portland, Oregon. I was honored to sit down with two of its members and discuss how human connections can happen even in the midst of a crisis. Greg Bennick (Punk Rocker, One Hundred for Haiti Director) and Arrow (Artist, Political Activist) share on this episode personal accounts of reaching out to the houseless during COVID-19 and how a simple PB&J sandwich can change lives for the better! You can find them at @portlandmutualaid to learn more.
31 minutes | Jul 10, 2020
"To Create is to Give" with Seth and Angie King
Seth and Angie King are the parents of 5 beautiful children. I first discovered this creative duo through the Instagram handle @latenotes. It is where you will find characters from Buddy the Elf to Bob Ross making the morning Jr. High Carpool a fun and stress-free zone. I was tickled to sit down with these two to discuss carpool behind the scenes, raising teenagers and finding lasting happiness.
41 minutes | Jun 26, 2020
"Nothing is Wrong with You-Everything is Fine" with Camille Kennard
Life can be stressful, no question! Thankfully, we have Wellness Coaches like Camille Kennard to share with us some tips and tricks on how to be present, how to fight off anxiety and to pay attention to what fills us up. She also speaks to the importance of getting out into nature and engaging in joyful movement! She can be found at www.flourishwellnessconsulting.com and you can also check out her podcast called "Wellness Wisdom."
36 minutes | Jun 12, 2020
"The Power of Community" with Jessica Ferguson
Jessica is well known for her morning radio presence on the wildly popular radio show called "The Morning Zoo with Frankie and Jess" on 97.1 ZHT. Not only is her laugh infectious, she also feeds off of the positive energy from her listeners and her community. We discuss how 2020 is the year to pause and to treat ourselves and others with grace.
27 minutes | Apr 29, 2020
"The Funny Truth about Stand-Up Comedy" with Steve Soelberg
Steve Soelberg is a seasoned Stand-Up Comedian and has been for 12 years. His comedic style is relaxed, conversational and well, hilarious! We sit down and discuss the connecting power of laughter, the importance of self-worth and how permanent retainers are just the worst!
48 minutes | Apr 22, 2020
"From Cattle Trucks to Cowbells" with Scott Porter
Scott Porter is a serial entrepreneur with more energy than the next guy. He is the founder of the award-winning San Diablo Artisan Churros and has brought deep fried happiness to people all over Utah for several years. He has a mind for business and a heart for service. We sit down and discuss business innovation during COVID-19, reminisce about being together on our FIRST trip to Guatemala and truly dive into what it means to be happy in our hearts. #morecowbell
25 minutes | Apr 13, 2020
"Stroke Forward" with Marcia Moran
Marcia Moran is a brave woman. She has been a successful businesswoman for over 25 years. In 2014 that all changed. She suffered a major stroke and had to learn to walk and talk all over again. She never gave up! Since then she has written a book called "Stroke Forward" and is compelled to be an advocate for all stroke survivors. She encourages them to move forward, to be positive and to be advocates for their own health.
29 minutes | Mar 26, 2020
"Open to Everything and Attached to Nothing" with Adrian Sinclair
Adrian Sinclair is a lifelong learner, builder and creator. He is a computer geek by day and a fellow Podcast Host by night. He is always seeking out the stories of interesting people from all walks of life who offer great perspective on how to be happy. He tells us the wisdom behind his charge to follow the mandate of Buddha which is to be open to everything...and attached to nothing.
34 minutes | Mar 12, 2020
"A Giant Dose of Gratitude" with Ryan West
Ryan West has a giant heart and has learned that adversity can be a gift. Shortly after joining the Navy, he would discover that he was growing at such a rapid pace that he was becoming a giant. After being diagnosed with a brain tumor and a rare form of giantism, Ryan faced mental and physical challenges. He turned to gratitude and helped other people find happiness and healing in the mist of adversity.
20 minutes | Feb 18, 2020
"A Rocky Mountain High...and Goodbye" with Sarah J. Worlton
Moving is never easy. Especially across the state, in winter, in-between major holidays. Yet, this story is just that! My story moving from Colorado to Utah is one that is filled with miracles, unexpected twists and the joys of living out of my car. I dedicate this episode to the people who showed up and the moments that don't JUST happen.
26 minutes | Feb 14, 2020
"The Power of the Mustard Seed" with Nancy Gonzalez
Nancy is a woman who has survived the unthinkable. As a native of Florida, she lived through a domestically violent marriage for 14 years. Since then she has risen up and used her story to help empower other women. She started an organization called "Mustard Seed Bags of Courage" to connect with women who need help, hope and encouragement for a brighter day!
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