You often wonder what people did to become successful—whether they had it easy and caught a stroke of luck or just plain persevered until they surmounted their obstacles—and what you can learn from their experience. Each week we explore inspiring stories of struggle, success, and solutions to prevalent problems and how guests turn problems into opportunities.
Episodes cover a diverse range of topics and focus on fascinating stories including how to manage stress and anxiety, how to improve communication skills, how to create a career in entertainment, how to build resilience, future trends in the music business, the importance of play and adventure for adults, and more.
What Happened to Made in USA?
Until the 1980s, a lot of what we bought was made here from companies based here in the US. Now? Not so much. Sure, we still make plenty of stuff, but there are a lot of things we used to make here, entire categories of stuff, that we just don’t anymore. From what I understand similar situations have played out in the UK and other countries, too. Why is that? What happened?
Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/Y-B5mIl2Zlk
The Problem With Your Refrigerator
Refrigerators— things that used to have an expected life of 15 years at the minimum— aren't lasting like they used to. Here's why.
@stevelehto just posted a video about the epidemic of bad refrigerators last week, and because I’m weird, I wanted to expand upon that and dig into why things aren’t lasting like they used to. If you’ve bought a new fridge recently or are thinking about buying one, here’s why it might not last as long as your old one…and by extension how you can improve your chances of getting one that does.
Are EVs Worth It?
Are electric vehicles from Tesla, GM, Polestar, BYD, Volkswagen, and the like over-hyped? Are they "worth it" for the planet and your wallet?
Watch this episode on YouTube: https://youtu.be/ZSkEs5JxE0Q
Electric cars are becoming more and more common. If you live in a major city, they’re everywhere, and they’ve got a lot going for them. Imagine never having to visit a gas station, or anything resembling one, except when you go on a road trip. With an electric car, you just walk out of your house in the morning, unplug, and you’ve got a full tank. If you drive your car approximately 11,000 miles a year, the average miles traveled per vehicle in the US according to the latest available numbers from 2021, or about 30 miles per day, you probably don’t even have to charge more than a few times a week. And if you’ve got solar panels on your house, you can feel all warm and snuggly that you’re charging your car with clean energy.
Sounds awesome! But are they right for everyone?
The Importance of Self-Awareness w/Kshama Singhi
Coach Kshama Singhi joins the podcast to share how she helps professionals transform their lives by empowering them to deepen their self-awareness, find their purpose and direction, and move toward taking massive and decisive action.
If you want to know more about Kshama, check out her website CoachKshama.com, where listeners can download the free e-book 7 Habits to Creating Healthy Long-Lasting Relationships.
Free e-book - https://coachkshama.com/7-habits-to-creating-a-healthy-long-lasting-relationship/
Taking Full Advantage of Opportunities w/Steve Wright
Former professional athlete, entrepreneur, and reality television contestant Steve Wright joins the podcast this week to tell his story and talk about his new book, Aggressively Human: Discovering Humanity in the NFL, Reality Television and Life, his new book which is out Tuesday, November 7.
Amazon: Aggressively Human
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Dealing with Burnout w/Tess Jewell-Larsen
Certified mindfulness coach, somatic healer, and a Yoga Therapist in training Tess Jewell-Larsen joins the podcast this week to talk about her work focusing on stress management, nervous system resiliency, and the mindset and lifestyle shifts that will help her clients feel more joyful, balanced, and optimistic. Listen and learn how Tess helps her clients learn to thrive no matter what obstacles come their way.
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Andrew is terrific!
Great podcast with a lot of attention paid to how well it is produced. Andrew is a pro - highly recommend his show!
Great host and guests!
So glad I found this show. I really enjoyed the episode about the gray areas. Very helpful and inspiring! Andrew is the perfect host too. Well done!
Casual, fun, and inspirational.
Andrew Wallace is an engaging interviewer with a curious mind. He's really great at finding stories and lessons about success and overcoming obstacles. It's relaxing, fun, and educational.