Sometime between late January and mid-February, New Year’s resolutions start to flag. We talk about resetting and regrouping, or starting something new now. We’re also joined at times by Josh’s daughter, Marlena, now six weeks old, and, from a distance, his 3-year-old niece, Ally.
We talk to Australian hip hop artist Mugzy about where hip hop has been, where hip hop is, and where he hopes hip hop will go, with a focus on bringing the party and politics back to the genre. There might also be some talk about Australia’s giant spiders.
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Kristi Saare Duarte’s motto is simple – “Life is for living.” Not just working. Not struggling. Not sitting on your butt and watching soap operas with canned laughter on TV.
Her parents’ sudden passing taught her to live each day as if it were the last. Get out there and explore. Taste that deep fried cricket—maybe it’s good (it was!). Hang on to your seat in that steaming hot, rusty African bus for eighteen hours, because meeting those women with ceramic plates in their lips will be amazing. Be brave. Take Risks. Live.
We talk to Kristi about people being basically the same, healing and her novel, The Transmigrant, a story about Jesus’s travels and studies during the years of his life the Bible doesn’t cover.
Tommy Breedlove’s mission in life is to help individuals, leaders and organizations increase their positive impact on the world while gaining meaning and attaining financial success. We talk to Tommy about passion, success and finding significance.
Fred Stuvek is an accomplished athlete, a U.S. Navy veteran and business owner. We talk to Fred about mindset, discipline, failure, goals, respect and a whole host of other things. This would be a great one to listen to with your middle- and high-school students, as well.
This is a hard time of year for many people. The shorter days mixed with feelings of loneliness around the holidays leave a lot of us feeling less than wonderful. Even those of us who do motivational work.