Our program helps create a world that works for everyone by focusing on how to rise and shine as individuals each day. We strive to remember that there are no small acts, and all choices have ripple effects. To create lasting happiness, healthy families and a thriving planet, we must challenge pre-conceived thoughts, beliefs and habits, while cultivating deeper gratitude.
Throughout the show, we talk with authors, musicians and innovators. Some guests may remind you of things that you already know but appreciate hearing again. Others may stretch the limits of what you now consider reality, presenting the opportunity for growth and transformation.
All our guests have one thing in common though: like us, they are actively engaged in helping make the world a better place in their own unique ways. They’re taking risks, rising above the past, and shining their most authentic light to help create a world where even our grandchildren’s children can thrive.
Recovering from Anxiety & Identity Crisis
Struggling with PTSD, anxiety, trauma and grief took today’s guest on a journey of self-discovery, healing, and transformation.
Life Secrets From The World’s #1 Bucket List Guy
DISCLAIMER: This episode contains mild use of language that may not be suited for all family members. Trav is funny, insightful, and a straight shooter when it comes to the realities of life.
Understanding Life’s Purpose: Advice From a Certified Psychic
Talking with Corbie was fun, hilarious, and insightful. The time went way too fast! We found out she does between 1,000 and 1,200 readings per year and has for decades! She was also gracious enough to give us a reading before we started the show.
Encore Embracing Your Weirdness: Using Radical Authenticity for Success
From a young age we’re taught to conform, fit into a box, and meet others’ expectations.
Early Childhood Brain Development
We’re so grateful to welcome back Deborah McNelis this week.
The Only Modern Day Parenting Manual You’ll Ever Need
Kids today are facing unprecedented levels of stress and uncertainty, but what can parents do? Dr.