"Journeys with the No Schedule Man" celebrates & shares the journeys of heart-centered entrepreneurs who are finding their REAL success. Together we explore their triumphs, challenges, thoughts, feelings and lessons learned.
Look, Listen & Live - David Carruthers
David Carruthers is an author, entertainer, motivational speaker and the co-founder of Your House Social Enterprise, a creative 'Social Purpose Corporation' whose goal is to motivate kids and youth through books, shows, festivals, multicultural events, inspirational and educational programs, documentaries and movies all under one roof.
David has written many beloved children’s books including “Gordie the Golf Ball,” “Fat Cat, Fat Cat,” “The Bird That Wanted to Fly” and “I Wonder,” among many others.
Turning Passion into Profit - Louis Engel
A creative entrepreneur, Louis Engel is the project manager and show host of "Go Produce,” a podcast where he interviews music industry professionals to figure out how they have turned their passions into profit (which is what he's looking to learn how to do). He's also the CEO of “Big Lou Crew” where he makes happy rap music for his Crew.
Everything is Energy - Hannah Holladay
Hannah Holladay is an intuitive energy healer and coach who combines her training in Reiki, quantum healing, sound healing subconscious reprogramming, and intuitive guidance to support clients. She uses her background as a competitive athlete & holistic health coach to support her clients in taking grounded and practical steps to create balance mentally, emotionally, physically and spiritually.
If you’re the kind of person who is looking to clear old thought patterns, limiting beliefs and energy that are keeping you from moving forward in your life, you will find this discussion fascinating.
From finding your 'authentic frequency' to doing your shadow work to 5D and the quantum realm, it’s all touched on in this episode.
Hi! (Help Inspyre) - Joe Atang
One might refer to Joe Atang as the "Hi!" Guy. Using a relentlessly positive approach to share his compassionate spirit, Joe has become what some might call a major "influencer" on TikTok. He spreads positivity, shares what he's learning as he goes and has become a valued presence in the lives of a great many people.
Joe is the guy who writes the word "Hi" on his hand, a simple gesture that has turned into a benchmark of his personal brand (yes, I did ask him if he's thought about simply tattooing the phrase to his palm permanently). In this conversation, Joe shares how the whole "Hi!" thing started and why he feels the response to it has been so strong.
Among the other things we talked about were what got him started on TikTok in the first place and why Gary Vaynerchuk's example has meant so much to him.
Joe shared the personal story behind the Bill Withers song, "Lovely Day" and how it became such a staple of what he shares online. He also talked about how he developed the idea of calling people while broadcasting live and what that was like when he first started to do it.
Some other things covered in this conversation include:
His willingness to move through discomfort in order to learn and achieve something new (and why that's so important). Going from being teased and picked on as a kid to working so hard to encourage and inspire others. What prompted him to start taking cold showers. How he continues to come up with new content ideas to share on video. How often he feels he has to step back, rest and reset. If you're the kind of person would who like more uplifting voices in your life more often, follow Joe Atang. You'll be glad you did.
What's Worth Caring About - Bryant Chambers
Bryant Chambers is an entrepreneur, activist, speaker, musician, actor, producer, and life & business coach. He was awarded the Bronze Star Medal for his service leading soldiers in combat during his time in the military. He has also seen success in Fortune 500 Business, entrepreneurship, entertainment, and as a valued presence on social media.
As Bryant said near the end of this interview, "I don't care about much." But it's not that Bryant doesn't care. He does. Deeply. It's just that he's pretty specific about what he feels is truly worth caring about.
Bryant’s no-nonsense approach as a personal and business coach has connected with millions of viewers online as he pursues his mission to accelerate human cognitive evolution (getting people to think better).
For the Love of Music - KADE (Kenneth Wong)
KADE (Kenneth Wong) is a producer, songwriter and half of the EDM duo, Alex Kade who released their debut single, “Found” in 2020.
KADE is incredibly skilled at producing hit EDM remixes. He also helps other artists with marketing their music.
But most of all, KADE is a relentlessly positive, encouraging and uplifting guy who seems completely committed to the unique and authentic expression of creativity - both from himself and all those he encourages.
Man on a mission
Kevin is such a wonderful host.
More than that I salute his passion in creating such a wonderful platform to bring real stories to light. He is a beacon of hope in this otherwise challenging situation with so much news of suffering and loss.
Such an engaging interviewer
Kevin's interviews flow so easily and his discussions are very engaging. Likewise, he has a diverse guest list; loads of inspiration, honesty and wisdom.
Get ready to get your greatness on!
For someone who is constantly thinking about the future and forgetting to enjoy today, this podcast is a gift. Kevin is not afraid to say it like it is, which not only brings out the best in his guests (see how often they say 'that's a great question'), but also makes me grapple with tough questions (ie. what would you do if today was your last day?). I really appreciate his authentic approach and would recommend this show to anyone who wants to get their own greatness on and positively transform their life.