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Eyedentity Talk with Janna Lopez
54 minutes | May 28, 2021
Lincoln Salazar - Connecting Cigars, Spirits, & A Publishing Dream
Lincoln Salazar is the highly-respected Publisher and CEO of the award-winning Cigar & Spirits Magazine. As publisher for over a decade, Salazar has created a multi-media luxury lifestyle brand that includes the magazine, in-person product-showcase events, online video, and social media content. Cigar & Spirits features celebrity interviews, lifestyles, fashion, travel, and cuisine through coverage nationwide, and international distribution in 14 countries. Salazar is community-focused and takes pride in cultivating meaningful personal and professional relationships. For info visit www.cigarandspirits.com. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
55 minutes | May 3, 2021
Lauren Snyder - Transwoman, Artist, & Becoming Your Self
Lauren (né Steven) was born in Cheyanne, Wyoming and raised in St. Louis after his father died when he was 7. Lauren completed a Bachelor’s degree in Art and Psychology in 1973 and then a Master’s degree in Media Communications in 1979 at Webster University. In 1985, he married and had two daughters. Lauren moved her family to Denver in 1998 and built a real estate business with his wife. Transition –when Lauren’s marriage ended in 2015, she moved permanently to Santa Fe to pursue art and evolve into life as a woman. Since then, she has shown mixed media folk art that incorporates manmade and natural objects found into paintings on canvases of wood construction. Her playful work and colorful palette explore gender identity, feminine ideology, and personal, emotional experience as a transwoman. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
56 minutes | Apr 18, 2021
David Fishof - Rock 'n' Roll Fantasies Built On Fortitude, Passion, & Faith
Whether he’s producing a tour, assembling an All-Starr band with Ringo Starr, or writing a best-selling book, there’s one thing David Fishof is always doing: dreaming. Hailed as one of the most innovative entertainment producers in the world, David’s been responsible for some of the most successful live shows ever brought to the stage. But of all the shows over his 40+ year career, one production stands out: Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp. 25 years later the camp has given more than 6,000 folks from around the world a chance to live the rock star dream. Campers get to meet and jam with their musical idols—including Joe Perry, Vince Neil, Jack Bruce, and Jeff Beck—in legendary venues. In January 2021, Giant Films released Rock Camp, a documentary from Academy Award winner Doug Blush, covering the history of the Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp, featuring interviews from campers and rock stars alike.In addition to founding Rock ‘n’ Roll Fantasy Camp, David’s career highlights include reuniting The Monkees for their blowout reunion tour in 1986 and the British Rock Symphony (with Roger Daltrey, Alice Cooper, and Jon Anderson). David also worked with Ringo Starr to create the All Starr Band, and over its fifteen-year existence, David produced eight All Star Band tours.David’s career has also spanned sports. He’s represented NFL greats Phil Simms, Mark Bavaro, Vince Ferragamo, and Jack Reynolds, as well as baseball stars Lou Piniella, Dave Magadan, and Randy Myers. David authored the best-selling book "Putting It On The Line” about sports and entertainment, and his second book “Rock Your Business” was an Amazon best seller. David resides in los Angeles and is the proud father of five, grandfather of seven and husband of Karen Finkel. Watch Rock Camp the Movie. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
53 minutes | Apr 4, 2021
Gabrielle Glaser - Acclaimed Author, Journalist & Adoption Reform Advocate
Gabrielle Glaser is the author of "American Baby: A Mother, A Child, and the Shadow History of Adoption," which tells the shocking truth about postwar adoption in America through the bittersweet story of one teenager, the son she was forced to relinquish, and their lifelong search to find each other. The book was featured on the cover of the New York Times Book Review and CBS Sunday Morning. Gabrielle's 2013 book examining women's drinking and the American rehab industry, "Her Best-Kept Secret: Why Women Drink -- and How They Can Regain Control" was a New York Times bestseller. Her 2015 Atlantic story on science-based approaches to addiction was included in the Best American Science and Nature Writing anthology of 2016. She is the mother of three grown daughters. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
45 minutes | Mar 22, 2021
John Froehlich - Wilderness Guide, Ultimate Adventures & Inner Mountains
John works as a wilderness guide specializing in outdoor education and self-awareness by enhancing the powerful human connection with nature. As the owner of Rocky Mountain Backpacking, an outdoor adventure company based out of Santa Fe, New Mexico, John strives to share his passion for the natural world. John has travelled extensively throughout the American west as well as abroad. He has covered vast distances on foot with the sheer intention toward self-discovery and self-reliance, while navigating some of the most wild and remote places in existence. He is the proud and loving father of a 6-year old little girl who reminds him every day of the joys life brings. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
60 minutes | Mar 1, 2021
Fara Gold - Words As Wisdom For Losing Memory & Facing Death
I'm honored to present this very heartfelt, difficult conversation with Fara Gold. At 59, Fara was recently diagnosed with a form of dementia, and was told she likely has only a few years of life left. Fara is a dear friend so I felt it was important to hear how she's coping with loss, grief, losing memories, and living the end of her life. Fara's also been a writing coaching client of mine for a year, and reached tremendous depths in her self discovery through our work, most of which, unbeknownst to us, prepared her to face the biggest challenge of her life: her eminent death. Professionally, Fara is a seniors housing, services and care advisor with over three decades of specialty healthcare operations, marketing, sales, and management experience. As a high-powered executive, Fara has experience managing annual sales of $350+ million with 120 sales leaders and five regional sales managers in 72 communities in ten states. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
51 minutes | Feb 23, 2021
Jason Wisch - Location! Shootin' the Sh*t With a Hollywood Scout
No one knows Los Angeles like Hollywood location scout and director Jason Wisch. He’s a City of Angels native, but has also traveled the world. Between his love of photography, keen eye for what works on camera, and his motto, “I have never been to a place that I can’t find something I like” made him a perfect candidate as a location scout. He has now location scouted and managed over 500 projects. With clients ranging from Pharrell Williams, Adidas, Harley Davidson, Pepsi, Maroon 5, Arcade Fire, Kanye West, Travis Scott, YSL, Twitter, Mc Donalds and almost every car manufacturer around. One of Jason’s biggest accolades and toughest jobs was location scouting on the official “Happy” music video for Pharrell Williams. The world’s first 24-hour video. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
72 minutes | Oct 12, 2020
Eddie Martinez - Full Frontal Guitar & Learning From Legends
Eddie Martinez's amazing musical career as a guitar player began in the 1960’s. He’s recorded and toured with dozens of legendary musicians representing numerous styles including Steve Winwood, Eric Clapton, Jeff Beck, David Lee Roth, Mick Jagger, RUN-DMC, Blondie, Meat Loaf, and Robert Palmer, to name a few. Listen in as Eddie shares stories about touring with Robert Palmer, recording with Eric Clapton, and how music heals his spirit. Eddie’s solo record, Akosua, came out in 2018. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
70 minutes | Sep 25, 2020
Renee Terrill - Talking to the Dead, What They Say, & How To Believe
Renee Terrill is a highly sought-after spiritual psychic medium and intuitive counselor. Renee has been offering intuitive readings and psychic medium sessions for nearly 25 years. She teaches psychic development classes and currently works with clients to connect with lost loved ones, create the life they want to live, and find their path and purpose in life. To reach Renee visit www.askrenee.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
60 minutes | Sep 17, 2020
Police Talk - Sacrifice, Humanity & Service
In this episode I candidly talk with "Bernie," a 30-year veteran of a metropolitan city's police force. Bernie, an African American, shares his views how on racism impacts the role of public service as an officer, what being a policeman means in terms of sacrifice, and how he tries to preserve his humanity in the wake of such stress, violence, and social despair. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
49 minutes | Sep 3, 2020
Utilizing a broad mix of art media and techniques—including murals, prints, graphic design, drawing, and music collage—Ashley Montague creates pieces cut from the richest mental fabrics. Raised by artist parents, visions of abstract and impressionistic were an everyday sight. Take early influences, mix in his own flavor of life, a keen sense of flow and motion, the hand drawn element, some aerosol, a heap of color, and room to breathe… and what becomes is tasty visual elixirs.Ashley uses themes and color palates that morph and weave, creating a mixed version, only for a moment, as the piece finds directions all it’s own. “Entering the land of the unknown and unplanned is what keeps me going…not knowing my next move but still stepping sure-footed, really working through a piece. on every level,” he uses his work to explore the unseen.Ashley’s art has been sought after by brand icons Food Network, Mt. Dew, Pabst Blue Ribbon, Facebook, Nike, and Oregon Ducks Football. Instagram: @sknnymrclswww.ashleymontague.art See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
69 minutes | Aug 16, 2020
Dr. Adolfo Murillo Talks Alquimia Tequila, Organic Farming, & Cultural Divide
Tequila Alquimia founder, president, and CEO, Dr. Adolfo Murillo, was born in the small town of Agua Negra, where his grandfathers raised their families as an entrepreneur and farmer. When Adolfo was born, he witnessed the care and attention his grandfather Abelino gave to his land, crops and herds to provide for his family and the community around him. He always said, “Take care of the earth, and she will take care of you.”We discuss life between bridging cultures, professions, and how these interest with Eyedentity.When Adolfo and his family moved to the United States, he continued to visit the family in Mexico during the summers throughout his childhood. He went to school in the U.S. and on to receive his Doctor of Optometry degree. When his father was close to passing away, Adolfo and his wife convinced him not to sell the ranch but to keep it in the family. Adolfo’s father agreed not to sell it if Adolfo could find a way to make the land productive. Adolfo researched different crops and ultimately decided to grow agave, which had never been done before in this particular area of Los Altos de Jalisco.Everyone thought they were crazy. They were told agave wasn’t grown in that area, so it would be impossible. The soil was dark brown, whereas tequila-producing agave is normally grown in soil that is deep red. In 1992, Adolfo conducted extensive soil tests and realized that with organic methods, it could be done. He combined the modern science he learned in the U.S. with the traditional agricultural methods employed by his grandfather in Mexico to produce an organic protocol that would change the small town of Agua Negra forever. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
51 minutes | Aug 11, 2020
Michelle Sorro - Eyedentity Thru Fire, Soul, & Embracing Uncertainty
Michelle Sorro, former TV Host turned high six-figure Heart Centered Entrepreneur and Transformational Trainer, shares real talks with global game changers, spiritual luminaries, and high-performance experts in her Fire and Soul a weekly podcast filled with spiritual principles, personal development and business guidance.Featuring insights from A-Listers Jack Canfield, Panache Desai, Danielle LaPorte, Jairek Robbins, Joseph McClendon III, as well as mini self-development masterclasses, each episode is designed to empower to take immediate, inspired action for cultivating an epically aligned life. Michelle also teaches entrepreneurs how to start and scale a high-integrity online impact. Areas of expertise include how to develop a high-converting pitch to sell products and services on live video, how to cultivate a deeply engaged online community, and how to create and launch a published podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
48 minutes | Aug 2, 2020
Tim Proctor - A Conversation On Death With A Mortician
In this fascinating conversation with Tim Proctor, a licensed funeral director and embalmer, we talk about death, guilt, the strangest thing he’s seen as a mortician, and how death informs life and identity. Tim has been with Riverview Abbey since 2013. In his spare time, he enjoys traveling with his wife, working on his house, and playing music in a local metal band. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
49 minutes | Jul 24, 2020
Lisa Schroeder - Nourishing Love, Surviving Loss & Life's Essence
Lisa Schroeder is Executive Chef and Owner of Mother’s Bistro Bar, in Portland, Oregon. She is a mother, grandmother, chef, restaurateur and author devoted to providing better-than-authentic renditions of traditional home-cooked dishes at her popular, award-winning restaurant.While at the Culinary Institute of America, she was selected as one of the Top Ten Student Chefs in America by Food and Wine Magazine. After graduating with honors in 1995, she continued honing her skills at two four-star restaurants in New York City – Lespinasse and Le Cirque. Her education continued with apprenticeships in Provence, France, at Roger Verge’s Moulin des Mougins and at Mark Veyrat’s L’Auberge de L’Eridan in Haute Savoie.In 2009, Schroeder released her critically acclaimed cookbook, Mother’s Best, and appeared on the Today Show, QVC and more. She is the recipient of the IACP Chef/Restaurateur Award of Excellence, National Restaurateur of the Year from Independent Restaurateur Magazine and the Woman of Achievement Award from the Oregon Commission for Women. Chef Schroeder nurtures her community as well as her guests. She participates in numerous charities and causes including Share Our Strength, Basic Rights Oregon, Americans for Gun Sense, Our House, the Raphael House and the Bradley Angle House. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
53 minutes | Jul 10, 2020
Johnna Wells: Auctioneer, Artist, & Amazing Human Being
Johnna Wells is propelled by momentum and a heartfelt call to cultivate connection and champion for community. As a second generation Auctioneer, Artist, and Advocate, Johnna partners with change makers, empowering each along the way to be the change they wish to see in the world. Founder of Benefit Auctions 360, Johnna is motivated to create moments that champion community and celebrate one's connection to place and purpose.Guided by seventeen years as a Professional Fundraising Auctioneer, Johnna has utilized her internationally acclaimed style of event-based fundraising to raise more than 275 million dollars for Nonprofits throughout the country. Through her signature storytelling, public speaking platform, creative call to action, and acclaimed art of fundraising model, Johnna Wells crafts moments that inspire a sense of place and purpose, generating community engagement, and propelling philanthropic support. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
64 minutes | Jun 28, 2020
Brandon Cook - Rock n' Roll, Making Music & Finding Himself
Brandon Cook is a multi-talented guitar player for major rock bands including Black n’ Blue, Dilana, The Loyal Order, and State of Balance. The recent song, “Ready for Dead,” by the Loyal Order, has over 1 million video views, and the debut album is released July 2020. Aside from being an amazing artist, Brandon is a seeker of deep meaning, self-awareness, and actively engages on the path of uncovering his identity. www.brandoncookmusic.comhttps://www.facebook.com/brandoncookmusicThe Loyal Order: Ready for Dead: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slua80kJ8zA See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
48 minutes | Jun 19, 2020
Inessa Anderson - A Voice of Reason, Rhythm, & Cultural Reflection
A skipping stone from Portland, to Michigan, New York City, and back to Portland. It was theatre and dance worlds in Manhattan. In Portland, total immersion into the radio broadcasting world (KGON, Q105, The BEAT, and KINK), more dance, theatre, art, and endless music. For the last several years, an official “work from home-r” in my at-home studio where I voice commercials as my freelance work, and continue to interview artists, musicians, and anyone that catches my interest. Along the way, I’ve met some of the most influential people in my life. Some becoming friends, and others just a brush-by with greatness and ideas. At anytime, it seems we all get caught up together in the same cultural, political, social feelings, views, ideas, and passions. But there’s always something else out there. Any day or night can reveal something brilliant and big or very small and potent. Feels like riding a wave. And advocating for the next one. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
64 minutes | Jun 15, 2020
Kelly Carlin - Daughter of George, Finding Herself, Keeping it Real
Kelly Carlin, daughter of the brilliant comedian George, is a thinker, writer, talker and doodler. She’s funny, serious, silly and deep. Her fascinations range from discovering how to live a deep life, to freedom of expression, to the evolution of consciousness and the American psyche. She’s a practitioner of Zen Buddhism, has a Masters in Jungian/Archetypal psychology and comes from a family steeped in comedy, big ideas and warm hearts. Now that she’s found her voice, she’s figuring out how to use it for good while having a shitload of fun.Lately Kelly’s focus has been centered on teaching and coaching women to find their voices and essential selves through her year-long program Women on the Verge. In 2015, her best-selling memoir, “A Carlin Home Companion: Growing up with George,” was published and her honesty, keen insight and humor were on full display. Jay Mohr summed up the power of her work by saying, “For anyone that has ever not been sure who they are, this book is for you. There is a landing spot. Let Kelly Carlin be your beacon.” See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
55 minutes | Jun 11, 2020
M. Kalani Souza - Structural Racism, Culture & Community Resilience
Kalani is a gifted storyteller, songwriter, musician, poet, philosopher, priest, political satirist, and peacemaker. A Hawaiian practitioner and cross-cultural facilitator, he has experience promoting social justice through conflict resolution. His lectures inspire, challenge, and entertain while calling all to be their greater selves. His native roots allow unique perspective of the collision of two worlds: one steeped in traditional culture, and the other a juggernaut of new morality and changing economic and political persuasion. He is a messenger of integration and collaboration in a world rife with exclusion, oppression, and hopelessness. His work in behavior modification research, leadership, and political strategy gives him generous insights into group dynamics and systems of governance. Kalani is the Founding Director of the Olohana Foundation, a non-profit focused on building community capacity, cohesiveness, resilience, and emergency preparedness around food, energy, water, and knowledge systems. Kalani is also a Coastal Community Resilience Trainer with FEMA Consortium member, the National Disaster Preparedness Training Center at the University of Hawaii. He serves as a cultural competency consultant for the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA).Visit www.mkalani.com See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
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