Each week, world traveler Leon Logothetis will sit down to have an unscripted and spontaneous conversation with a mystery guest. He will have no idea who he's about to talk to until he sits down and sees the face in front of him, and even then, he might not know who it is!
Leon will be speaking to all kinds of people, including authors, actors, athletes, and historians, all with no preparation, to show you we all have the ability to connect from the heart.
Leon is a television host, best-selling author, world traveler, and international speaker. His hit show, The Kindness Diaries, is now streaming on discovery+
Former CIA Agent On Where The World Is Heading - Robert Baer
Robert Baer is a New York Times bestselling author and one of the most accomplished agents in CIA history. He’s an intelligence and security analyst for CNN, a Time's intelligence columnist, and has contributed to Vanity Fair, The Wall Street Journal, and The Washington Post.
This is a jaw-dropping conversation about the reality of the world today, from what’s happening in Russia, and what’s happening in the United States, to some chilling predictions. As you can hear in my questions, I was very intrigued and quite frankly shook by some of his answers.
Robert has just released his new book 'The Fourth Man: The Hunt for a KGB Spy at the Top of the CIA and the Rise of Putin's Russia' which is a fascinating read and I highly recommend it.
Buy the book here - https://amzn.to/3JNgSpd
Nobody is Broken and You are Enough - Tracy Litt
Magic was captured in this conversation.
Tracy Litt is an author, awe-inspiring speaker, and mindset coach. This conversation goes deep into dealing with societal trauma and one's own trauma. Something profound from this discussion is the fact that nobody is broken and we are all enough.
I hope you leave as inspired as I was from this conversation. Tracy truly is a magical heart-centered being.
You can learn more about Tracy's incredible work at her website www.thelittfactor.com and on social media at @thelittfactor
The Underground Astronaut - Dr. Hazel Barton
Dr. Hazel A. Barton is a microbiologist, geologist, and cave diving explorer. She's known as the 'Lara Croft of microbiology.' A lot of Dr. Barton's work is around microbiology in caves, and she's world-renowned for finding potentially life-saving microbes that can combat antibiotic resistance.
In our conversation, she explains the basics of cave exploration, the importance of microbes on the planet, and how they can shape the future of humanity. We also dive into the topic of 'what is life?'.
You can learn more about Dr. Barton on social at @cavescience
The First Black African Woman To Climb Everest - Saray Khumalo
Saray Khumalo made history when she became the first black African woman to climb Mount Everest. In this conversation, you’ll learn how Saray tried not once, not twice, but three times to summit Everest before she was successful. It reminds me of that Winston Churchill quote “Never, never, never give up”.
If we could all build such resilience in our lives, we could truly do even more extraordinary things. One line for Saray I will never forget is that “It always seems impossible until it’s done”.
Saray is also a mother, transformational coach, and philanthropist, helping such organizations as Kids Haven, The Lunchbox Fund, and Mandela Libraries. Learn more about Saray at www.saraykhumalo.com
Into The Wild - Chris Fallows
Chris Fallows is a great white Shark expert and wildlife photographer from South Africa. He’s worked with the likes of David Attenborough and his photography is well renowned around the world. If you’ve ever seen those jaw-dropping images of great white sharks jumping out of the ocean, the odds are Chris took that photograph.
This is a fascinating conversation about the interconnectedness of nature and the importance of our oceans, forests, and animals. This episode could be a great reminder you need to reconnect with nature and step away from your digital lives. The real world is literally outside our door and no matter where you live on this blue marble, there is something fascinating close by.
You can follow Chris on social @chrisfallowsphotography and his website at www.chrisfallows.com
Surviving a Plane Crash - Jamie Hull
Jamie Hull is a former army reservist and plane crash survivor. Whilst training for his private pilot’s license in 2007, Jamie’s aircraft caught fire and his aircraft crashed, with him leaping from the wing moments before impact.
Jamie sustained horrific injuries which included over 60% of his body suffering from 3rd and 4th-degree burns.
Against all odds, Jamie survived and our conversation truly highlights the resilience of the human spirit and how we can overcome anything. I hope you are as inspired as I was by this episode.
You can follow Jamie on Instagram @iamjamiehull1
Check out Jamie's book "Life on a Thread", available at all major retailers.
Loved the episode with Brian Keating
Thanks for showcasing his work.
Leon is an excellent interviewer. All the guests are interesting with varied backgrounds and informative topics. Very educational and enjoyable. It’s fun listening as well with Leon not knowing who he is going to be interviewing.
Leon’s podcasts are educational and inspirational. The conversations give you a lot to think about.