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The Human Voice with Bob Hutchins
54 minutes | Aug 10, 2022
Don Donahue and the intersection of creativity and business
Don Donahue is the Founder of MOTN Agency. He’s a 30+ year veteran of the entertainment and creative community in and around Nashville, Los Angeles, New York, and Austin. Don’s passion has always been a tastemaker, introducing talent/artists/media and messaging to the world in new and unique ways. Known as a futurist and creative producer, he sees and hears his client's needs and brings a fresh perspective and diverse view to the conversation. For 15 years, Don was the president of Rocketown Records, a company he founded with Grammy award-winning artist Michael W. Smith. Rocketown sold over 10 million CDs over the span of its lifetime. He served as executive producer over a 2-year-long talent competition for Avon Cosmetics, working with artists from 73 different countries. Don has negotiated partnership/production deals with Live Nation, AEG, Marriott Hotels, Fort Lauderdale FL CVB, and many other corporate brands in live events, as well as marketing and messaging campaigns. Don’s passion is found in business development with a creative slant, and he is not shy about leveraging his network for the betterment of his client’s projects. His website is at MOTNAgency.com
46 minutes | Jul 9, 2022
Jenny Black and I discuss excerpts from our new Book!
Jenny Black is a licensed marriage and family therapist. She is also my co-author of our new book, Our Digital Soul-Collective Anxiety, Media Trauma, and a Path Forward. We discuss quotes from the book about media trauma, social media platforms, mental health, and more. You can stay up to date by going to http://www.OurDigitalSoul.com
14 minutes | Jun 6, 2022
My Tedx Talk- Ambiguous Loss and Tragic Optimism
This episode features the audio of my recent Tedx Talk with a brief intro. I have partnered with Soaak to create a 21 day program based on my talk. You can sign up for it here Growing Through Ambiguous Loss Also, if you would like to watch the Tedx Talk on Youtube Here is a Link to watch it.
48 minutes | May 20, 2022
Dr. Josh Morgan, PsyD- Mental Health in the Workplace
Josh is the National Director of Behavioral Health & Whole Person Care, Public Sector for SAS. We talk about the state of mental health in the work place, and how modeling well being is just as important as policies within organizations.
45 minutes | Apr 27, 2022
Erika Ferszt founder of Moodally
Erika Ferszt is the founder of Moodally, providing mood management solutions for the workplace; improving employee well-being & performance. After having suffered a stress-related vision loss burnout incident in 2015 that forced her to leave her role as Global Advertising, Media & Digital Director at Ray-Ban, Erika returned to school to study the effects of stress on the mind, body & brain.
49 minutes | Feb 28, 2022
Kate O'Neill- Strategic Optimism
Kate O'Neill is the CEO of KO Insights, also a Keynote speaker focused on the future of human experiences amid tech & other changes at scale. We talk about her new book, A Future So Bright, How Strategic Optimism and Meaningful Innovation Can Restore Our Humanity and Save The World.
48 minutes | Feb 19, 2022
Dr. Anthony Peterson-What I am learning from my white grandchildren -- truths about race
Anthony Peterson and I talk about race and empathy. A professional educator and consultant, academic clients include Harvard university and Northwestern university. His corporate clients include Nike international, the American dental association, the country music association in Dallas children's theater. Tony's 2014 TEDx talk. What I am learning from my white grandchildren, truths about race has gained more than 3.5 million views.
42 minutes | Feb 6, 2022
Ian Morgan Cron- The Story of You
Ian Cron and I discuss his new book, The Story of You, An Enneagram Journey to becoming Your True Self. We discuss our own personal journeys of life and how the stories we tell ourselves become the people we are. But its never too late to re-write those stories.
60 minutes | Oct 28, 2021
Earl Hamilton- Seeing things through the eyes of others
Earl Hamilton is the COO of The National Center for Faith Based Initiatives. He has worked in the non profit sector, the finance sector, and in corporate operations. He lives in West Palm Beach, Florida. We discuss what it was like to go to a predominately white school growing up, and how he practices seeing things through the eyes of others who may have very different life experiences.
59 minutes | Oct 8, 2021
I Get Interviewed
I get interviewed on the podcast by my old friend Daniel Brown. We discuss growing up, changes in perspective, and what it means to leave a legacy.
51 minutes | Sep 26, 2021
Jeff Goins- Host of the Hey Creator! Podcast
Jeff Goins and I talk about the intersection of Creativity, Business, Philosophy, and Spirituality- and why it matters most. Jeff Goins is a bestselling author, podcaster, blogger, marketer, speaker, and a few other things. He is the author of five best-selling books including The Art of Work and Real Artists Don’t Starve.
46 minutes | Sep 7, 2021
Daniel Brown- A childhood friend
Daniel is a childhood friend that was brought up in the same religious setting as I. We discuss how we have grown, changed, and how he still holds on to his faith but also allows himself to learn and change in the midst of it. Daniel is one of those rare people that can hold certainty loosely.
51 minutes | Aug 21, 2021
Dr. Jerome Lubbe- Resilience in the face of global grief
"We have collectively gone through a “miscarriage” of hope the past year and half. And we are all grieving in different ways." Dr. Jerome D. Lubbe is referred to as the "Patient Doctor" because it was his own quest for neurological wellbeing that led him to specialize in complex, unresolved neurological cases. His practice explores how functional neurology, neuroplasticity, and tools like the Enneagram can improve holistic wellbeing.
38 minutes | Aug 21, 2021
Jared Geesey and I discuss technology, entertainment, faith, and beauty
"The world revolves around change and disruption." - Jared Geesey Jared Geesey is a technologist, a digital marketer, a film distributor, an entrepreneur, and a leader. Over the last 15 years, he led the development of app ecosystems spanning from mobile to OTT streaming devices to powering major online retail / eCommerce, as well as powering an SVOD platform in South Africa. He helped pioneer social TV premieres on Facebook Live, reaching over 14 million people for one non-profit's weekly program broadcast.
65 minutes | May 22, 2021
Jenny Black and Bob Hutchins Discuss their new book
In the first episode of the new name for my podcast, I talk to Jenny Black about our upcoming book! Jenny Black is the founder of Media Trauma Care. She has personally suffered from media trauma and is living proof that your phone doesn’t have to run your life. She is a Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist in the state of Tennessee and an AAMFT Approved Supervisor. We discuss media trauma and the intimate relationship we have with our online world.
80 minutes | May 3, 2021
Jesus and John Wayne- Dr. Kristin Du Mez
Kristin Kobes Du Mez is Professor of History and Gender Studies at Calvin University. She holds a PhD from the University of Notre Dame and her research focuses on the intersection of gender, religion, and politics. She has written for the Washington Post, NBC News, Religion News Service, Christianity Today, and The Daily Beast, and has been interviewed on NPR, CBS, and the BBC, among other outlets. Her most recent book is Jesus and John Wayne: How White Evangelicals Corrupted a Faith and Fractured a Nation.
58 minutes | Apr 22, 2021
Dr. Tara Swart
Dr Tara Swart is a neuroscientist, former medical doctor specialized in psychiatry, lecturer at MIT Sloan and author of best seller ‘The Source - The secrets of the universe, the science of the brain’. She is also trustee for the Lady Garden Foundation, a charity for gynecological cancers.
57 minutes | Apr 11, 2021
Riley Hutchins- A Personal Growth Story
I interview my oldest son, Riley Hutchins. He and his wife, Emily, live in Los Angeles. We talk about his life journey thus far, the experience of Covid lockdown, and what he wishes he could tell his younger self. This was a fun interview, to get to interview my adult offspring, and learn some things.
61 minutes | Apr 3, 2021
David Dark-U2, White Supremacy, and Robot Soft Exorcism
David Dark is a professor at Belmont University who also teaches at Riverbend Maximum Security Institution. A resident of Nashville, Tennessee, he attempts to raise children and live a life of mindfulness with singer/songwriter Sarah Masen.
53 minutes | Mar 6, 2021
Steven Pressfield- A Man at Arms
Steven Pressfield wrote for 27 years before he got his first novel published (The Legend of Bagger Vance). During that time he worked 21 different jobs in eleven states. Steve and I talk about the life of a creative, with references to his book- The War of Art. His new novel is called, A Man at Arms. We also take a deep dive into the personal experience and transformation of the hero's journey and what personal transformation looks and feels like.
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