Join us as we explore the art and science of transformation --> Season 1: When Adversity Strikes --> Season 2: Designing a Better Life
S1E4. Forging a new identity
I speak with Dave Fuehrer, 2X cancer survivor and CEO of GRYT Health, about losing one's identity, turning inward, and the upside of adversity.
S1E2. This is my superpower
What would it be like to find out that your child has a serious genetic disorder?
To find out, I speak with Allison Pullins about her son's diagnosis with Marfan syndrome and how the experience changed her life for the better.
S1E1. A gift at 23 years old
In this conversation, I speak with Zach Osborne, a former Army Ranger, about dealing with uncertainty, how his faith provided hope during challenging times, and why being wounded in Afghanistan was ultimately a gift.
SEASON #1: When adversity strikes
In Season 1 of Reinvented, we're exploring what happens when adversity strikes - from finding new sources of strength to rethinking your identity, and beyond.
Welcome to Reinvented, a podcast about the art and science of transformation.
In this brief introductory episode, I share a bit about:
The premise and format of the showA few reasons why it's worth your time to listen each weekWhat to do next!
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Great discussion on great topics
This podcast goes beyond hearing how individuals overcome life’s obstacles. Rather, it explores a broad range of topics, some everyday issues and some more esoteric, in a way that helps the listener grow and develop. Chris asks great questions that not only help the guest tell their story but also helps the listener identify practical take-always.
Chris Bordoni has gathered a remarkable line-up of inspiring and thought-provoking individuals with lessons for everyday life. Not afraid to tackle big questions, Chris as a moderator takes a deep dive into substantive issues with an accessible tone. This is a podcast that prompts me to share what I’ve heard with other people and to see how I can apply it to my own situation. I definitely recommend listening.
Thoughtful and probing questions
Chris is a wonderfully curious and insightful interviewer that draws listeners and interviewees into deeper and even emergent learnings. The conversations are both tangible and relevant but also existential and profound— a hard balance to strike.