Limitless Minds Co-Founders (Harrison Wilson and DJ Eidson) present Room Tilters. The Room Tilters Podcast will explore the mindset that allows individuals to tilt a room and understand that the right mindset is truly a competitive advantage.
Dr. Hillary McBride: A Room Tilter Stays Connected To Their Whole Self
In this episode, DJ Eidson and Harry Wilson get a chance to talk with Dr. Hillary McBride. Hillary gives us a snapshot of why therapy is so important for those who want to break the generational trauma and repair the fabric of society. Her podcast Other People’s Problems was reviewed in the New York Times in Sept 2020. She is a registered clinical counselor in Vancouver, Canada, and holds a Ph.D. in Counselling Psychology from UBC. Her areas of clinical and research specialty focus on trauma, and trauma therapies, eating disorders, body image, sex and sexuality, embodiment, and the intersection of spirituality and mental health.
Hillary’s work has been recognized by both the American and Canadian Psychological Associations, and she was recently awarded the International Young Investigator Award for her research contributions so early in her career. Her first book is Mothers, Daughters, and Body Image: Learning to Love Ourselves as We Are (Post Hill Press, 2017), and she is the editor of a textbook, Embodiment and Eating Disorders: Theory, Research, Prevention and Treatment (Routledge, 2018), she also has a new book coming out end of 2021.
Laura Wilde: A Room Tilter Dreams Big
In this episode, Harrison Wilson and DJ Eidson get a chance to learn from mental conditioning coach Laura Wilde. She is a former NCAA basketball coach determined to pursue her dream of working with NBA teams. Was homeless and living in her car, visualized her success, and achieved her goal!
Laura is a mental performance coach that specializes in helping athletes and teams get in the zone which helps them have resilience, consistency, and adaptability. Coach Laura is a thought leader in the field of holistic player development and holistic sports medicine. She works with elite NCAA and WNBA, NBA, NFL, and MLB athletes, staff, and coaches.
In 2012 she created Quantum Sports Medicine and Quantum Player Development. These fields fill the gap between the quantum and western practices for athletes so that building the whole person becomes the key in player development. This way, deep-level healing becomes the greater purpose for player development and sports medicine. She is also the author of these books: The Cosmic Athlete, Quantum Sports Medicine, Making the Team: 64 Ways to Succeed in School, Sports and Life, and The Map of Your Future. Her newest book is The Power of Intuition Intelligence, written with co-author EnRico Melson, M.D.
Laura is a former NCAA two-sports college scholarship athlete and an NCAA Head Coach. Her big addition to the field of sports performance is in the area of epigenetics. Through her studies with a molecular biologist, Coach Laura has learned that epigenetic markers on the DNA code affect player performance. As a practitioner in this new field of epigenetic energy medicine and other holistic healing modalities, she can help identify and release these markers to improve health and performance for athletes. She is also the Founder of CHAMPS: the Coalition of Holistic Athletic Mental Performance Specialists.
Her education includes Bachelor’s Degrees in English Literature and Holistic Health Sciences and she is currently working toward her Ph.D. in Quantum Medicine.
She is a former NCAA Grad Asst. Coach at Pepperdine University, an NCAA Head Basketball Coach at UC Santa Cruz and University of Dallas, a High School Coach at Malibu High School, and a former NCAA basketball and track scholarship athlete.
Her life’s purpose is to help athletes and others unleash their genius in a new and unique way.
Casey Jacox: A Room Tilter Lives By The Golden Rule
In this episode, Harry Wilson and DJ Eidson get to talk with podcast host and CEO, Casey Jacox. The talk about keys to his success, staying grounded, practicing forgiveness, and dealing with setbacks. You can check out his podcast The Quarterback DadCast here: https://www.caseyjacox.com/quarterback-dadcast/ which both Harry and DJ have been guests recently. His podcast is a podcast that provides stories, advice, and wisdom for fathers looking to become the ultimate QB of their household.
With more than 20 years of business experience, Casey’s leadership helps companies emphasize the building of relationships and not just transactional business deals. He’s a father, a husband, a coach, a podcaster, a speaker, and a business leader who is the same person in and out of work.
Over his entire career, adversity has always made him stronger. Casey is blessed to have a positive attitude, as he always looks at life through the eyes of an optimist. While at Kforce, Casey was the number one sales rep nationwide for 10 years in a row before moving into the President of Client Strategy and partnerships. In that role, Casey played a key role in driving a sales transformation as well as providing executive-level support for large customers. In April of 2019, Casey left Kforce as the firm's all-time leading salesperson in the nearly 60-year company history to begin writing his debut non-fiction book titled, “WIN the RELATIONSHIP – Not the DEAL.”
Casey now is the founder of Winning The Relationship, LLC which is a consulting firm providing sales leadership and coaching. Additionally, Casey is the host of The Quarterback DadCast which is a podcast that provides stories, advice, and wisdom for fathers looking to become the ultimate QB of their household.
Dr. Sheila Davis - A Room Tilter Is An Agent For Change
In this episode, Harry and DJ talk with Dr. Sheila Davis about her experiences in leading through crisis. She shares her heart for people, and why she feels it is important to be an agent of change. One of the things that stands out is how she leads with transparency and is not afraid to be human. There are a lot of leadership lessons in this one.
From nurse to CEO of Partners in Health. Dr. Davis holds a doctorate in nursing and has a long history of serving the poor and marginalized—working closely with patients suffering from HIV in the 1980s, both in the U.S. and abroad. For the past decade, she has held multiple cross-site roles at Partners In Health. After joining the organization in 2010, Dr. Davis was instrumental in the planning and opening of Hôpital Universitaire de Mirebalais, a 300-bed teaching hospital in Haiti.
When PIH entered West Africa to help address the Ebola epidemic, Dr. Davis, then Chief Nursing Officer and a member of the executive leadership team, led the organization’s Ebola response. Later, she took on the additional role of Chief of Clinical Operations. Wearing both hats, Dr. Davis has married her activism, pragmatism, and implementation skills to elevate Partners In Health’s nursing programs and all of the clinical operations, firmly establish the organization’s nursing strategy, and heighten the professionalism and inclusiveness of the organization’s thousands of nurses, midwives, and community health workers.
Mike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco: A Room Tilter Is Fueled By Adversity
In this episode, Mike "C-Roc" Ciorrocco sits down with Limitless Minds Co-founders Harry Wilson and DJ Eidson and he talks about he tilts a room. A couple of key takeaways: the importance of accountability, the difference between book smarts and street smarts, and how to use adversity as rocket fuel.
C-Roc is the CEO of People Building, Inc. He is a performance coach, author, dynamic public speaker, visionary, and thought leader. He has been featured by Yahoo! Finance as one of the Top Business Leaders to Follow in 2020 and is on a mission to build people. At his core, he’s obsessed with success and helping others achieve greatness. C-Roc is a guy who had a fire lit in him at an early age. That fire has led him to inspire others to see the greatness inside of themselves using past life events to fuel their fire. As Founder of the What Are You Made Of? Movement and host of the hit podcast, What Are You Made Of? with Mike C-Roc, he has inspired hundreds of thousands of people to use setbacks as rocket fuel for their comeback.
He teaches business professionals, showing them how to grow their business starting with a foundation based on culture and accountability, to building their people to unimaginable levels.
Both in person and on air, C-Roc dives deep into his past during these talks to show how you can feed off good and bad experiences. His forthcoming book is titled, “What Are You Made Of? The Art of People Building.”
Mike is also a division manager at Nations Lending, a residential mortgage company. He and his three best friends have built one of the most profitable divisions within Nations Lending from the ground up, assisting home buyers finance the purchase of their dream homes. His passion is truly helping others. Whether it’s his employees, partners, clients, or anyone else looking to better their business, personal life, or mental game, C-Roc always is up for the challenge. C-Roc resides in Ocean City, MD with his wife Jennifer and their two children, Nicolas and Sophia.
Sarah Morgan: A Room Tilter Challenges the Status Quo.
In this episode, we welcome the University of Richmond alumn Sarah Morgan to the podcast. Sarah tackles some of the most important issues we have been facing this year and unpacks the term "anti-racist". This conversation was honest and challenges the way we look at others in the workplace.
Sarah Morgan has been an HR Executive for 20 years and is also currently the CEO of BuzzARooney LLC. In 2011 she become well known for her blog: The Buzz on HR. “BuzzARooney” is a nickname from her childhood, given to her by her dad. He teased her for always ‘buzzing’ around, listening and observing and touching things out of curiosity and general nosiness. Her blog is still going strong with over 10,000 readers each month, and over 20,000 followers across Twitter, LinkedIn, Instagram, and Facebook.
In 2017, she created the #BlackBlogsMatter challenge to push the conversation surrounding diversity and inclusion in the workplace, which has become a hashtag movement to create more opportunities and exposure to Black bloggers and our diverse voices. She specializes in consulting companies to create inclusive and equitable organizational cultures.
What an amazing and refreshing space! These interviews are so good, so invigorating and I always walk away with something new.
Refreshingly unique perspectives
DJ and Harrison are a breath of fresh air. Room Tilters themselves for sure! The interviews, their own included, are fantastic. Refreshing approach to how you perceive & navigate challenges, be it professionally or personally. Absolutely adopted neutral thinking into my life. Well done fellas!
Highly relevant discussions
Love this groups approach to mental conditioning in all aspects of life to be the best that you can be.