The 2DD podcast is about setting sights beyond the challenges in your life and dreaming big, making a plan, and then executing like mad. You are guaranteed an emotional rollercoaster, and practical thoughts that you can apply to your life with this podcast.
Hosts Sean and Kyle are both affected by a rare disease called Friedreich’s ataxia (FA). FA affects their balance and coordination, significantly limiting their physical abilities. However both dudes have completed several long distance bike rides including “The World’s Toughest Bike Race” - Race Across America (RAAM). Their RAAM journey is the subject of an award winning documentary called The Ataxian. Kyle rode his trike to the top of the highest paved road in North America and Sean ran with the Olympic Torch.
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184 - Thriving With Duchenne - Jett Foundation
Living beyond circumstancemeand finding ways to thrive with whatever hand you're dealt. In this episode we hear from 4 young men who are thriving in their lives with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy.
Jett Foundation put together this panel as their community joined in the recognition of Rare Disease Day on the last day in February.
The mission at Jett Foundation is to extend and enrich the lives of individuals affected by Duchenne muscular dystrophy and other neuromuscular disorders.
Jett Foundation partners with individuals and families through empowering educational programming, transformational direct service experiences, and by accelerating the development of life-changing treatments.
183 - Doing The Right Thing with James Mackay, CEO Aristea Tx
James Mackay, PhD, Founder, President and Chief Executive Officer of Aristea Therapeutics, has over 25 years of development and commercialization expertise in the pharmaceutical industry, including 6 drug product approvals across multiple therapeutic areas. James joins The Dudes to discuss his experience and how he is contributing to and benefiting from the biotech leadership community.
182 - Comparing Ted Lasso to Reality with Heidi Behr, LCSW
Ted Lasso is a popular show on Apple TV about an american football coach who gets recruited to a pro soccer team in London. One of the show's strongest themes is mental health and how it affects everything we do. Heidi Behr is a Licensed Clinical Social Worker (LCSW) and she joins us to talk about how Ted Lasso Portrays mental health and therapy.
181 - Every Person Matters with Tom Hamilton
Tom Hamilton is a changemaker in the FA and Rare Disease Communities. He works tirelessly to promote treatment progress. He is also a father and is constantly balancing between protection, and encouragement of his daughter Annie and all those in the FA community. Listen as Tom shares his perspective on parenting, advocating, and working toward a treatment.
180 - The Not So Dark Side with Amy Grover
Amy Grover has spent more than a decade in the rare disease space - cultivating her passion for helping others in the nonprofit world until recently. Now, Amy is using her expertise and heart of gold to bring patients and industry together in pursuit of better outcomes. As the newly appointed Senior Director of Patient Advocacy with Catalyst Pharmaceuticals, Amy is well-positioned to help meet the needs of patients while advancing treatments and services within the for-profit arena. Amy joins us for a casual conversation touching on the Niners vs. Rams, motherhood, and her work at Catalyst Pharmaceuticals.
179 - Keep Your Eye On The Ball
Completing tasks is about focus. If we take our eye off the ball, that's when we get off track. Listen as the Dudes talk about how this principle applies in their life.
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So glad I found this
My grandson was recently diagnosed with FA. In my search for any and all information, I stumbled on this podcast. I have binge listened to years of episodes in the last few weeks, so Kyle and Sean now feel like family. I am so thankful to have found this podcast. It has been a tremendous source of information and hope.
Kyle and Sean are rock stars in my book. I love listening to their conversations and it seems I always learn something profound to take away.
A good listen! Thanks! Colleen
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Entertaining, smart, funny , provocative and personal. Keep cranking all the way to a cure!