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90 minutes | Aug 4, 2022
Raquel Baldwin, Exec Team Member of Chamber Media talks about the gift of gratitude
Does life just magically work out for those that have a plethora of gratitude in their heart? Raquel's life certainly seems to indicate that. Growing up in Iowa, with very limited financial resources, Raquel set out to follow her dreams of being an epic dancer at a young age. Her dad supported her incredible dreams and she started teaching at a studio at age 14. She moved to NYC, worked on some amazing plays, became a Knicks dancer, and has had an incredible amazing life. She credits all of her blessings to her relationship with God, and showers Him with praise wherever she goes. Despite challenges she has faced, she has an incredibly positive outlook on life. And things just seem to magically go well for her. When things don't work out, she has ability to let them go and look forward to the next amazing thing. This attitude of constantly being able to let things go while moving forward has helped her to achieve so many amazing things in life. She is currently at Chamber Media, producing and directing hilarious commercials. Her joy is completely infectious and it's been such a blast getting to know her more and jamming out with her on this podcast. Enjoy!
44 minutes | Jul 25, 2022
Anxiety and Becoming a Musician - Ft. Chris Osmond
Ahh the bond Chris and I have shared have extended past the beginning of time. Growing up with his family, I remembered Chris as a tiny guy. When I was 18, he was 8. I remembered spinning him around while he was in his batman pajamas. We have often thought about recreating those memories. But through the years, as Chris has found his voice as a performer, we found our paths were more aligned than ever. Being in LA around the same time, we would hang and share all kinds of war stories from the entertainment industry.This podcast was extra special as we got to relive old memories, talk about feelings of anxiety, and how he decided to become a musician himself. And man, his music is so so rad! Having heard him perform live very recently, I was totally blown away! Check out his new single Up To You, releasing 7/25 on all major platforms and enjoy this hilarious and fun podcast!Here's a couple links to follow Chris's music journey: Instagram Facebook Spotify Apple Music Youtube Amazon Music Pandora
58 minutes | Jul 7, 2022
How Important Is Culture In Business? - Ft. Nicole Tanner, The Founder of Swig
Nicole Tanner is the founder of Swig, an original soda shop that began in St. George, Utah in 2010, and has since expanded to 40 locations.Growing up on a dairy farm, Nicole was blessed with the gift of hard work. This gift translated well into the way she has created and grown her business. Another foundational pillar that supports Swig is the strong sense of culture. Nicole created Swig to do more than just sell drinks and treats—they aim to provide the best part of their customers' day.On top of working to create the best experience for Swig's customers, Nicole also founded an incredible initiative called "Save The Cups" to help raise money for women fighting breast cancer. As a breast cancer survivor herself, Nicole's mission is to help other women on a personal, individual level by taking care of the inevitable medical bills that accompany their life-saving procedures. Check out this ongoing initiative—every bit helps!Nicole is a spectacular woman doing amazing things for the world. We hope you love this conversation!-----Follow Nicole Tanner and Swig on social media to make sure you're in the loop!Swig - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/company/swigdrinks/Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/swigdrinks/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/swignsweets/Nicole Tanner - LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/nicole-tanner-813179169/Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/nicole.k.tanner
44 minutes | Jun 30, 2022
Helping People Find Their Voice - Ft. Kim Whatcott
Kim Whatcott, a BYU graduate, is a speech pathologist who is, quite literally, helping people find their voice. She has worked with medical patients who have sustained brain injuries, among other situations, learn to use their voices again or find another form of communication.Going into the profession, she felt inadequate in many ways. People always expect the professionals to have all the answers. She felt like people always expect the professionals to have all the answers. Starting out in any field you're going to feel inadequate, guaranteed. It's important to remember that no one is a master at anything when they first start.One of the many things that stands out to us about Kim is that she is full of LIFE! Her advice? Do things that scare you every day.This was a very pleasant conversation with Kim Whatcott, we hope you enjoy it as we did!
61 minutes | Jun 2, 2022
Building a Career in Acting and Directing - Ft. Chris Gorham
Chris is known best for his work in Netflix's No. 1 show "The Lincoln Lawyer". A few of his other well known projects are "The Other Side of Heaven", "We Love You Sally Carmichael", "Ugly Betty", and "Covert Affairs".Chris talks chats with us about the good times and the struggles involved in the world of acting and directing. Every lemonade came from lemons at some point. But it's what you do with the lemons that makes the difference.Even inside the rigorous demands of acting and directing, he is first and foremost a father and husband. His family is what ultimately brings him joy.Tune in to hear some stories told by Chris himself, we hope you enjoy this episode as much as we did!If you haven't seen any of his movies yet, they're definitely worth checking out!
70 minutes | May 19, 2022
Why You Don't Need To Take The Same Path As Everyone Else - Ft. Benton Crane
Benton Crane shares his path to success and how it started out by him dropping out of high school because he saw a problem and made his own solution. From there, he took it upon himself to learn more about the things he was interested in which led to him traveling to nationals in an automotive repair competition! Years later he is now the CEO of Harmon Brothers, the incredible ad agency behind the famous video campaigns for Poo-Pourri, Squatty Potty, Chatbooks, Lume, Purple mattress, Fiber Fix, and more.Check out their website or even this brief YouTube video to learn more about them!This episode is rich with great insights into Benton's life, career, and pursuits. Hope you enjoy it as much as we did!
45 minutes | May 12, 2022
How to Grow a Business, Even if It's Not in the Most Glamorous Market - Ft. Bryan Clayton
Bryan Clayton shared with us several solid tips that led to his massive and ongoing success with GreenPal. Before starting GreenPal Bryan Clayton founded Peachtree Inc. one of the largest landscaping companies in the state of Tennessee growing it to over $10 million a year in annual revenue.GreenPal, being called the "Uber for lawn care" by Entrepreneur magazine, is an awesome mobile app that helps homeowners connect with the right lawn care professional nearest to them. So not only are homeowners getting easier access to people that can help them with their yards, but lawn care businesses are also benefiting greatly from this app with increased business!One of the great tips Bryan shared in this episode was to "celebrate the small things". In the beginning stages of the app, he set a goal with his team to make 100 sales in a week to prove to themselves that growing the business was not only possible, but realistic. When they reached that goal, they went crazy with the celebration as if they had just won a Nobel Prize. They have since grown the business so much larger and GreenPal now has over 300,000 active users!This is just one of many tips Bryan shared with us, check out this episode to hear more!
61 minutes | Apr 28, 2022
Mental Health, Drug Addiction, and the Road to Recovery - a Conversation with Jake Shoff
Founder of The Phoenix Recovery Center, Jake Shoff has seen his fair share of lemons in his lifetime. He told us about how his current pursuits and goals to bless people's lives have all stemmed from the tragic loss of Josh, one of his closest college friends, to an addiction and mental health issues. After our Lemonade Stand team recently just finished reading "Personality Isn't Permanent" by Benjamin Hardy, this conversation with Jake was perfectly timed. He is a prime example of what we learned in Benjamin's book --> your past doesn't happen TO you, but rather your past happens FOR you. We are sincerely grateful for Jake's time and his willingness to share his stories and hope to be able to share this to as many people as possible!If you or a loved one are struggling with mental health or drug addiction, please don't hesitate to ask for help. Like Jake says in this episode, there's no shame in getting help, just call (801) 438-3185Check out the Phoenix Recovery Center's blog, they have tons of helpful information and "how-to's" on the topic!
84 minutes | Apr 7, 2022
Russ Warner, Partner of Ghost Boards, on overcoming his work addiction
Russ Warner shares his origins of how Ghost Boards came into this world and what he had to do to repair some family relationships from it.Have you ever ridden on a ghost before? If you've witnessed these see-through longboards, you'll know what we're talking about! Go check out their website and Instagram page to see some examples really quick:https://www.ghostlongboard.com/https://www.instagram.com/ghostlongboard/?hl=enRuss Warner is a genuine guy. Growing up with divorced parents, he developed a great work ethic. In fact, it was too great. He was addicted to work, sometimes working several jobs and insane hours. This addiction wasn't all bad, it definitely provided for the family, but at what cost? Time. Precious time.It was an absolute pleasure to have Russ Warner in the studio with us. The greatest lesson we learned from our conversation with him is how valuable our time is here. Spend it wisely and with the people you love!Hope you love this episode as much as we did!-----Side note, if you've loved the awesome longboards they make, Russ announced that Ghost Boards is going to be releasing something spectacular in the near future, check out the episode to hear more!
60 minutes | Mar 10, 2022
Yahosh and Oba Bonner on How Faith Fuels Their Family, Their Dreams, and Their Lives
For over 30 years the Bonner family has been singing together. We had the privilege of speaking with two of them in our studio!Yahosh and Oba are two brothers in the famous Bonner family. If you haven't heard them sing before, you need to stop what you are doing right now, go to their Youtube channel or Spotify channel, and let their angelic voices sweep over you for a couple minutes. The bond that Yahosh and Oba share as brothers is almost tangible it's so strong. The stories they shared about their family leads us to believe that the same goes for the whole family.Both brothers have their own music apart from the songs they sing with the family. Check out their solo stuff!Yahosh Bonner: Spotify / YoutubeOba Bonner: Spotify / YoutubeIt was a pleasure getting to spend time with these two, I hope you enjoy this chat as much as we did! P.S. stay tuned to the end, they shared a little surprise!
74 minutes | Mar 3, 2022
Darin and Kelsey Mangum on How Zuloo is Striving to Save Millions Using Toilets
What happens when that call comes to you? You know, that calling in life? The one that keeps you up at night. The one that keeps persisting till you have to step up to the plate. This is exactly what happened to Darin, when he realized that his successful law practice just wasn't fulfilling enough. He had known about the importance of bringing clean water to the world, but little did he know the impact building toilets would be in third world countries. Starting in India, he saw the incredible benefits having toilets made in rural areas. What we take for granted, others seek for their survival. In our podcast we talked about their amazing work and how we can get involved. Truly amazing stuff. Hope you all enjoy!Check out the Zuloo website and learn about becoming a 242 partner to assist in saving millions along side them!
72 minutes | Feb 28, 2022
Michelle and Marshall Moore, Newest Owners of the LDS Film Festival
Ah words can't describe how much I love these two. I met Marshall when he was the director of the Utah Film Commission. He visited the set of Abandoned Mine. There, in those dark corridors of a mine, we found a budding friendship that brought so much light in such a dark period of my life, physically speaking of course. And sweet Michelle was my publicist while working on the project. These two have been such a force for good in the film industry here in UT. Seriously all that know them speak high praises. On today's podcast, we chatted about the adventure of acquiring a film festival, helping further the Industry in UT, and combatting with all the health issues Marshall has dealt with. It's been such a fun journey chatting with them about their most recent adventures. Enjoy!!
86 minutes | Feb 24, 2022
Dave Nibley and Daryn Tufts, the Godfathers of Mormon Comedies, talk about the beginnings of Mormon Theater, in their upcoming feature
Ah I can't say enough about these two gents! They are truly hilarious and some of the most genuine and down to earth people you will ever meet. If you are familiar with movies like Singles Ward or Best Two Years, you are familiar with their work. They both shepherded a whole new kind of cinema, serving a community with laughs and thought provoking messages. Dave and Daryn further went on to become partners and create Flinch, an Ad agency focused on creating amazing spots. I have been privileged to work with them as an actor on several of their projects including their awesome UCCU campaign and the hilarious film, "We love you, Sally CarMichael." Dave and Daryn are currently working on their newest feature film, Pizarro, which highlights certain church history's thespians coming together to put on a play, to help raise funds for the new religion. The true story of the beginnings of Mormon theater, that people know absolutely nothing about. It was a blast talking to these two about life, their philosophies of routines to bring about joy, and the benefit of mindfulness. So much fun and creative energy in one room. Enjoy!
36 minutes | Feb 17, 2022
Camryn Bynum - From 5th String in High School to the NFL and Having Faith Through the Entire Journey
Camryn Bynum isn't the biggest, fastest or strongest athlete you've ever seen, but there may not be many more athletes more motivated and driven to succeed! Fom 5th string on his high school's JV football team to nearly failing his classes at the University of California to being the 4th round pick for the Minnesota Vikings in the 2021 NFL Draft, Cam shares the incredible journey through it all in this epsiode.Cam's faith is his main motivator to keep pushing forward, growing, and building himself as a better person and we talk about how that faith has translated into blessing as many people as he can along his way.Check out Cam's episode to learn more about his background before going pro!
60 minutes | Jan 28, 2022
Trevor Larson On How He Went From Making Duct Tape Wallets to Creating A Super Successful SaaS Company, Nectar
Trevor is the founder and CEO of Nectar, an awards and recognition software for companies to keep their employees engaged and motivated. In this episode, Trevor discusses in deeper detail the trials that he had to overcome in order to build Nectar to where it is today. Preferring the term "Trail Blazer" over Entrepreneur, Trevor Larson is doing exactly that. He noticed a need for a path and he is leading the way.A true lemonade stand story, he shares where he started, the way he felt that super charged his ambition, and the steps he took along the way. To share one of his secrets, he stopped focusing on outbound sales so much, and started leaning more towards inbound. Check out the rest of Trevor's episode to hear the rest of his story and advice!
76 minutes | Jan 13, 2022
Jonathan Decker and Alan Seawright, creators of Cinema Therapy, discuss the amazing adventure of their YouTube channel
Ah man. Jono and Alan. Such a privilege chatting with these two. I have known Jono (Jonathan) for 2 decades and Alan almost around the same time. We have had so many memories together, making movies, hanging out, rooming at BYU together; it was a total blast. In 2020 Jono and Alan created the popular YouTube channel Cinema Therapy and it skyrocketed in a way they never thought possible. Their incredible wit and insight have turned the channel into a smashing success, while helping hundreds of thousands of people find healing. When mental health issues were at an all time high, Cinema Therapy brought a lot of humor and gladness into people's hearts. With Jono as the clinical therapist and Alan as the avid filmmaker, the two combined forces to create a beautiful empire. It's awesome to see them do their thing and I couldn't be more proud of some of my best friends having success like this. How we go through this podcast with our collective ADHD is completely beyond me, but the stories we shared has been incredible. Hope you enjoy this podcast as much as I enjoyed doing it!
39 minutes | Jan 6, 2022
Alan Akina, founder of 101 Financial, talks about the foundation of poverty that led to massive success
Growing up in Hawaii, Alan learned very quickly that paradise didn't come cheap. Alan and his family always had a survival mentality. They made ends meet, but just barely. Moving around all the time, finding different jobs; this was the life Alan had known. But growing older, he became fascinated with how money actually worked. Understanding principles of saving and spending less than you make, Alan created a business educating people on the principles of growing your income, without having any proper college education on finance. As he kept practicing and learning, he grew his business to what it is today, stretching his platform across the United States. But despite his incredible success, Alan remains as humble and cool as ever. He defied all odds and created his own path. Seriously check out his work!https://101financial.com/Thanks again Alan for coming on this podcast!!
66 minutes | Dec 30, 2021
Cherstyn Stockwell, of Dahlia's Hope, talks about being called to do the hard things
Cherstyn had no idea she would find herself in the non profit sector while working in Washington. She had no idea she would be so involved with helping victims of child sex trafficking find a voice and place in society after facing some of the epic horrors they have had to face. And yet, when that call came to her, she knew she had to start. She had to just go. And miracle after miracle lined up and her organization is bringing so much hope to so many. We talked about the need to share humor during such dark phases of life. Turns out it's an absolute vital part to the healing. Fair warning, this podcast gets pretty heavy with the sensitive topics we are discussing, but wow was it powerful. Hope you enjoy and get incredible information from Cherstyn's work.
62 minutes | Dec 23, 2021
Tami Hymas, CEO of BeUtoFullness talks about the power of understanding emotions
Tami’s superpower is that she always knew the power of being unique. Even as a kid, she knew that creating your own path was where you can find authenticity and power. She created BeUtoFullness to help find their own unique formula for success and joy. Her creative mind can never stop however, and recognizing the struggles that kids have faced dealing with their own emotions, she created InUpowers to help deal with the epic feelings they have inside themselves. And it’s so simple and so deep! This animated book is a great resource for teachers to use when helping kids navigate the world of emotions. It’s been such a successful program that sex trafficking survivors have used it as means to thrive after facing such horrific experiences. Her hope is to turn InUpowers into its own animated series. It was such a joy to chat with Tami! Enjoy!
33 minutes | Dec 16, 2021
Mark Sanborn, author of Fred Factor, talks about what makes Fred, Fred
Mark Sanborn is an incredible guy. A successful entrepreneur, author, and public speaker, his book "The Fred Factor" has sold over 2 million copies. In it, he talks about his postal serviceman Fred who quietly went above and beyond to make sure his customers got their mail. Fred truly loved people and through his actions, showed his care and concern. It's not what job you do but how you do it. Mark spent a bit of time diving into his book and talked about how to do things genuinely and why you should strive inwardly to be a Fred in all of your interactions. It was awesome getting to know Mark and if you haven't checked out this book, definitely put it on your list!!
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