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Do you ever feel a bit off? You can’t really put your finger on why, but you’re not quite yourself. Have you ever considered that maybe your internal energy isn’t flowing very well, or that negative energy in your surroundings is bringing you down? Today’s guest Terje Kuusk is a Reiki master practitioner (heals and fixes energy flows in the body) a…
 
How do you feel about the things that you own? Does your enjoyment for them usually peak right when you purchase them and then slowly fade from there? There’s certainly science to back that up, which is one of the reasons that they say it’s better to spend your money on experiences as opposed to things. But what about things that we own that grow a…
 
Time. A true currency if there ever was one. Yet, rarely do we consider as diligently as we should if we are spending it wisely. We may shop for good deals on a regular basis, some may even call us frugal, but when it comes to spending our time we give it away to the first thing that comes our way. Today’s guest, Garland Coulson, is a time manageme…
 
Most of us live our lives looking forward to things. This is fortunate. This is the privileged position that we are in. It also means that we often neglect the present and miss out on the magic of the mundane. We look forward to getting off work, so we don’t have as productive of a day. We look forward to the weekend, so our week seems less fulfill…
 
They say a picture is worth a thousand words. You know what’s really worth a lot? Both. Science tells us that if we both see and hear a concept our retention and comprehension go through the roof. It was this fact that today’s guest, William Warren, unknowingly channeled when he sketched concepts out during meetings at his former company. His drawi…
 
Like just about everything else under the sun these days, we seem to be putting a lot more scrutiny and focus on the workplace. And why not? It’s where we spend the majority of our day. There’s the ‘work is work’ camp who believe that work was never meant to be fun, they pay you for it after all. There’s the ‘work should be fun and rewarding’ camp …
 
What is your brand? Are you the funny one that also has a soft side? Are you the quiet one that opens up to close friends? It can be so hard to nail down because people are so complex, and we’re constantly changing. The same can be said of most businesses. This is why businesses are turning to outside experts, like today’s guests from Blow Branding…
 
I’m going to give anyone reading this a peek behind the curtain. When I’m writing these blurbs for the episodes I try to come up with a thesis around which I will write. Now, sometimes when I come up with a thesis I try to tap into the collective zeitgeist and think of a stat or a fact that we all agree with that is going to support my thesis. Like…
 
Picture the person that you think has the perfect job? Who are they? If I had to guess I would say that the person you are imagining has a job that they love. Perhaps a trade that they’re really good at. I’m always so envious of the chef’s I see on Chef’s Table. These people have a singular focus. One that they love and one that they’re great at. D…
 
What do you think ‘The American Dream’ is? This was one of that hardest questions I was ever given in a small class in college. Every student was put on the spot and had to answer in front of everyone else. It was one of those times where you know the person asking has the ‘correct’ answer in their heads, and they just want to see what you’ll say, …
 
Some things speak to our minds. These are the most common of things that we regularly encounter every day. Other things speak to our hearts. These are less common, but still encountered with regularity. Rarely, oh so rarely, does something speak directly to our soul. A good way to categorize these things is to realize that we, in turn, cannot reall…
 
Over the course of the next few months we will be alternating between new episodes and some old favorites from the vault. This is the eighth (and likely final) of these, Prosthetist. Kevin is a truly amazing man. He makes custom prosthetic limbs for amputees, and if that's not enough, he donates his time to make prosthetic flippers and fins for dol…
 
Over the course of the next few months we will be alternating between new episodes and some old favorites from the vault. This is the seventh of these, Street Artist. I knew going into this interview that Cameron was a successful street artist from San Francisco. I did not know that Cameron is also an awesome human and a wonderful interviewee. Enjo…
 
Over the course of the next few weeks we will be alternating between new episodes and some old favorites from the vault. This is the sixth of these, Creative Marketing Prodigy. I went into this interview thinking, 'How interesting can marketing really be?' I came out of this interview feeling like an idiot. Enjoy!…
 
They say that you shouldn’t judge a book by it’s cover. I’d say that’s pretty good advice, and today’s guest is the living embodiment of why. Jamie went from Broadway actor to being recognized as one of the foremost experts on baby gear in the world. Jamie is a single male with no kids and no plans for having them. Someone whom you would not look a…
 
Over the course of the next few weeks we will be alternating between new episodes and some old favorites from the vault. This is the fifth of these, Medicolegal Death Investigator. I mean...who deep down doesn't want to be a murder detective. Enjoy!Blake Fletcher tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Ups and downs are part of life. The ups can feel great, the downs…not so much. Luckily for us there are people out there like today’s guest, Laurel Harlan, to help us survive and thrive in the valleys of the human experience. Laurel will explain the differences between clinical social work and other mental health roles. She’ll also give us some adv…
 
Over the course of the next few weeks we will be alternating between new episodes and some old favorites from the vault. This is the fourth of these, Ultra Marathon Runner. This was one of the more mind boggling hobbies that I've learned about on the show and really gives you a glimpse at the amazing things the human body is capable of. Enjoy!…
 
As many of you know, our sound engineer is currently out because he and his wife just had their first baby. Today we honor him and parents everywhere with an episode all about babies and the interesting ways we can have them. Many prospective parents face difficulties when trying to get pregnant. Today’s guest, Katie Cline, will explain the various…
 
Over the course of the next few weeks we will be alternating between new episodes and some old favorites from the vault. This is the third of these, Flight Attendant. This was one of the jobs that I was most excited to hear what a day in the life was really like, and Carin could not have been a better representative for the show. Enjoy!…
 
Many of us dream of a life that is simple. A life that is different from the one we live. We think about separating ourselves from the chaos of the modern world, and moving out into nature. Maybe we move to a farm and start our own little business working with animals. That’s exactly what today’s guest felt like, and decided to do something about. …
 
Over the course of the next few weeks we will be alternating between new episodes and some old favorites from the vault. This is the second of these, Actor & Musician. Tyler has some of the most amazing stories I have ever heard on the show or anywhere else. Enjoy!Blake Fletcher tarafından oluşturuldu
 
Have you ever wondered about how that pair of shoes you’ve been wanting shows up in an ad for you online? Just how much data is being collected on you and how is it being used for marketing? Enter the world of programmatic advertising. Chris Cox will tell us all about the present and future of the marketing and advertising world.…
 
Professional sports are such a unique and incredible thing. Unlike many other professions where there can be prerequisites, necessary degrees, and boxes to check to be afforded an opportunity for employment, sports asks only one thing of you. Are you one of the best people in the entire world that does this? If the answer is no, well then you bette…
 
Applications and technology have really changed the look and feel of the world in the last decade. Transportation, finances, dating, you name it, it’s all been changed and it all feels very different than it did just 10 years ago. One area that might not seem very different is how we make physical goods. Manufacturing mass quantities of goods that …
 
First of all I want to say that my thoughts are with everyone in California that is currently displaced because of the fires. I also want to send out a huge thank you to all of the amazing men and women that fight fires like this when they arise. If you would like to come on the show and tell your story, we would love to have you. In today’s episod…
 
If there’s one thing I know for sure, it’s that all of us are going to be old someday. Yet, we don’t seem to give the elderly the amount of respect or attention that we would most likely want for our future selves. The is unfortunate socially, but can become a real predicament when it comes to looking at and tackling the problems that face senior c…
 
Reading is something that, like most people, I didn’t really take to until I got older. When I was growing up, even through high school and college, I had way too much stuff on my plate to concern myself with reading. Which friends house am I gonna go over to? How can I cover up the fact that I didn’t do my homework today? Does Madison like me or i…
 
A couple days ago we celebrated Thanksgiving. It’s a wonderful holiday where we spend time with people that we love and think about the things in our lives that we are grateful for. With that in mind I wanted to put out an episode that could touch on that note of gratitude, and what better episode could there be than an interview on organ donation.…
 
As humans we are on a never ending quest to relate to each other. It’s one of our best universal qualities. Sympathy. Empathy. Walk a mile in their shoes. We have words for all of it. It is this unyielding empathy that makes literature, and the characters in the stories that we tell, so important. When we relate to a character on the page, we may o…
 
Imagine the one thing that truly captivates you. The thing that you love doing, thinking about, and learning about. Now imagine that you get the opportunity to do that thing for a living, and then imagine that you’re surrounded by other amazing people, from all over the world, who love that thing just as much as you do. Today’s guest, Tom Perry, is…
 
Imagine the one thing that truly captivates you. The thing that you love doing, thinking about, and learning about. Now imagine that you get the opportunity to do that thing for a living, and then imagine that you’re surrounded by other amazing people, from all over the world, who love that thing just as much as you do. Today’s guest, Tom Perry, is…
 
“You can find magic wherever you look. Sit back and relax, all you need is a book.” - Dr. Seuss It’s been a while since I felt the magic and wonder in my life that I felt regularly as a child. Luckily for me, in my adult years, I’ve learned that Dr. Seuss is right. All you need to suddenly be in a place where magic and mystery are still alive and w…
 
Humans are some pretty complicated organisms. We have a body, mind, and spirit all wrapped into one package. Each needs it’s own nurturing and care, and the health of each will influence the other two. Yet even knowing this, we are often “too busy” to really care for ourselves the way we know we should. We may go to the gym and see how the time tha…
 
Have you ever been sick before? How did you ultimately get better? If it was anything more than a common cold, it probably involved taking some drugs. The miraculous little pills that help us get back on our feet more quickly, or in the case of something more serious, get back on our feet at all.Today we learn about the drugs we take and the people…
 
What goes into your mouth usually matters quite a bit more than what comes out. Food allergies, Celiac, IBS, cancer, Alzheimer's, depression; things that impact us physically, mentally, and emotionally all seem to be on the rise. And yet do a quick google search and you can find someone that has fought every one of these things with changes to thei…
 
Language is unquestionably the most important revelation that occurred throughout human history. An easy way to explain a complicated idea to someone. A quick way to let someone know how you feel. A means to prevent conflict and allow us to settle our differences in a more civilized manner. Despite it’s importance, we don’t really pay it much atten…
 
I want you to think about the difficult decisions you’ve made in your life. More specifically, I want you to think about the tough conversations you’ve had to have about these decisions. Maybe telling your parents that you’re moving out? Dropping out of school to pursue your dream? How about telling your significant other, “You know that large amou…
 
Food. We all love to eat it, and a lot of us even love to make it. Maybe that’s why so many people dream of one day opening up their own restaurant. Making food for strangers who would one day become your friends. Getting the know the community around you through the worlds greatest (family friendly) pastime. It really seems like a great existence.…
 
What is yoga? Is the answer a simple one about exercise or is it a complex one about philosophy and awareness? After today’s interview I have a feeling that if you asked 10 different people you may get 10 different answers. Christie Rafanan is an amazing yoga teacher in San Francisco, and a good friend of mine. We’ll dive into that many layered que…
 
What do you think of when you think of the word therapy? Therapist? Most of us think of traditional psychotherapy, talking through your life and problems with someone. Using your head to fix your head. However, many people and cultures throughout history have placed an equal, if not greater, focus on the body as a means to mental health. Surroundin…
 
Do you ever have daydreams about leaving the world behind? Leaving the stresses and anxieties of the modern world and moving to a rural piece of land where you’re surrounded by the people that you love and some animals. Today’s guest is working towards that goal. Kevin is a part-time cattle rancher, working towards living the cattle ranching life a…
 
TLDR: Show will be going to one day a week for a little while. New episodes every Monday. Recommended past episodes to check out in the meantime:Actor and MusicianBar OwnerCosplayCreative Marketing ProdigyCuddle TherapyYouTube Gaming CelebrityMedicolegal Death InvestigatorDirector and AuthorSensory Deprivation FloatingInfluencer MarketingParanormal…
 
Do you believe in ghosts? Like religion, your belief in the paranormal can really be swayed by the culture you belong to. For some reason in America we don’t really embrace the idea of ghosts, and yet over 80 percent of our population believes in the afterlife. Today’s guest, Craig Owens, is a talented photographer and, like many people, used to be…
 
How we feel as we enter a space is a pretty complex thing. Smells, sounds, spacing, art, furniture, plants, lighting - it all melds together in our minds to make us feel a certain way. Do we feel relaxed, energized, uneasy? The interesting thing is, most of us won’t even know why we feel a certain way in a home or building, we’ll just feel that way…
 
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