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We tell the most jaw-dropping stories you've ever heard. From dramatic stories of survival, the realities of life when facing death and unforgettable lessons on loss and love, you will be inspired, educated and entertained. For every story you hear, we donate $2000 to help people in need. 50 interviews. $100,000 donated.

All The Wiser Kimi Culp

    • Society & Culture
    • 4.8 • 507 Ratings

We tell the most jaw-dropping stories you've ever heard. From dramatic stories of survival, the realities of life when facing death and unforgettable lessons on loss and love, you will be inspired, educated and entertained. For every story you hear, we donate $2000 to help people in need. 50 interviews. $100,000 donated.

    A Little Wiser: Endings and Beginnings

    A Little Wiser: Endings and Beginnings

    We did it! We set out to tell 50 incredible stories and donate $100,000 to charity and we have achieved that goal. On our season finale, Kimi and Erica will share some personal reflections on the past 2 1/2 years of bringing these stories to life on this podcast.


    Plus! Kimi will also share her top 3 moments of the show, reveal what's next for All The Wiser, and share the winner of our Pay it Forward giveaway.


    Thank you dear listeners. We love you!
     
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    50. Scott Harrison had become the worst person he knew

    50. Scott Harrison had become the worst person he knew

    From the outside looking in, he was living the dream. Private jets, exclusive parties, money, models and celebrities. But on the inside, Scott Harrison was rotting away. After a decade of heavy drugs, booze and blackouts he came to a realization: his life was morally and spiritually bankrupt. Hungry for drastic change, he packed up and shipped out to volunteer aboard a military hospital vessel off the coast of Liberia in West Africa. For the first time, Scott witnessed devastating poverty and widespread illness, children drinking dirty, diseased water. And he had an epiphany. If he could just figure out how to get clean water to the masses, he could be a doctor to millions. In 2006, Scott went back to New York where he created the model for what would become a revolutionary non-profit endeavor, Charity: Water, which to date has raised $500 million and helped over 12 million people. 


    Episode benefitting It Takes a Village


    It's our 50th episode! And we've given away $100,000 to charity! To celebrate this milestone we are having our first giveaway! Enter our Pay it Forward giveaway by going to our website https://www.allthewiserpodcast.com/ to nominate someone to receive a $200 Visa gift card! Entries close on May 8th.




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    A Little Wiser: Choosing hope over fear

    A Little Wiser: Choosing hope over fear

    What are some way we can overcome despair and feel more hopeful? Kimi and Erica discuss our latest episode with Chris Norton and provide some strategies for minimizing negative emotions and increasing positive feelings.
     
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    49. College football player Chris Norton was left paralyzed on the field

    49. College football player Chris Norton was left paralyzed on the field

    Chris Norton was living his best college football player life when a split second decision during a kick-off tackle left him paralyzed from the neck down. He was given a 3% chance of ever being able to move again. But those odds didn’t really work for Chris. Fueled with determination, he set a goal for himself that he would walk at his college graduation (and later down the aisle to now wife Emily) and became a viral hero in the process. He shares why choosing your thoughts each day is crucial, and how narrowing frustrations can connect you to a happier, more fulfilled life. 




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    A Little Wiser: The Lost Art of Listening

    A Little Wiser: The Lost Art of Listening

    What does negotiating with a terrorist and negotiating with a six-year-old have in common? Same listening skills, different intentions. What are some concrete steps we can take to make sure we are doing it well? We promise if you listen to this episode you might just become a better listener. 
     
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    48. International Hostage Negotiator Richard Mullender wants you to listen very carefully

    48. International Hostage Negotiator Richard Mullender wants you to listen very carefully

    Richard Mullender was at the center of some very famous hostage negotiations, and he has a thing or two to teach us about the art of listening. As the lead trainer for Scotland Yard's Hostage and Crisis Negotiation Unit, he helped negotiate the release of three UN workers held hostage by the Taliban, among many other high profile cases. As demand for his listening skills grew, he established The Listening Institute to teach the business world how to avoid common communication pitfalls and why listening is the key to building meaningful and authentic connections.
     
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Customer Reviews

4.8 out of 5
507 Ratings

507 Ratings

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Inspiring

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I love the stories shared on this podcast. I listen while I workout and it makes the time fly. The stories are inspirational and I learn something new each time.

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Informative, moving and motivating

Without a doubt one of my favorite podcasts! Uplifting stories, while great opportunities for learning that have helped increase my sensitivity to groups and situations that I did not know much about. Highly recommend!

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