36 Make the World Your Zootopia

Make The World Your Zootopia Most of you have probably heard about Zootopia. There has been all kinds of buzz about the movie as it has broken box office records the past month. In addition to all the messages on social media, I had several friends tell me that I would love Zootopia it because of the main message in …

35 Lifestyle Organizer Amelia Meena on Clutter-Free Living

Creating An Inspiring, Clutter-Free Life Did you know that research has shown that keeping an inspiring environment at home and/or work can drastically enhance your productivity and happiness levels? It makes sense, right? Feel great, produce great! I don’t know about you, but I need a little help when it comes to keeping my personal spaces “decluttered” and efficient. This …

34 The Way We Should See “Failure”

The Way We Should See “Failure” I was recently at the NCAA Wrestling Championships in Madison Square Garden where I watched 10 athletes achieve their dreams. It was an inspiring thing to watch. There was another thing I saw. I observed another 250 who fell short of expectations and many of them were devastated by their outcome. This got me …

33 Adventurer Francis Tapon on Living Like a Monk to Pursue Dreams

Living Like A Monk To Pursue Dreams Have you ever wanted to go out and pursue something that other people would think is crazy? Yet you held back because you worried about what others would say if you fell short of expectations. This did not stop Francis Tapon. Rather than settle in his life, he lived like a monk for …

32 The 4 Freedoms From Failure

The 4 Freedoms From Failure Failure will come knocking. When it does, it is your job to get back up as quickly as possible so you can progress towards something great. I have experienced failure in my professional career recently and it caused me to completely reflect on my life. I decided to make a radical change and am now …

31 Armless Pilot Jessica Cox on Defying the Odds

Defying The Odds And Achieving Awesome Jessica Cox, the first armless pilot in aviation history, has consistently overcome obstacles to defy the odds in her life. Cox has gone on to become an international motivational speaker who has spoken in 20 countries and is inspiring people across the world. In this episode, I sit down with this remarkable human being …

30 My Story: The Gift of Getting Fired

The Gift Of Getting Fired Life doesn’t always give you what you want. This was certainly the case for me at the University of North Carolina where I was denied tenure after six years of hard work and sacrifice. When I found out the decision, I felt a wide range of emotions. I was frustrated, angry, and confused. But then …

29 Samaritan’s CEO Manny Ohonme on Impacting the World

Servant Leadership & Impacting The World Manny Ohonme is truly a person who exemplifies servant leadership. Ohonme, the CEO of Samaritan’s Feet, is responsible for starting a movement that has impacted the lives of over 7 million underprivileged children across the world. In this episode, I sit down with the internationally recognized philanthropist, businessman, speaker, and author to talk about …

28 The Psychology of Starting Strong

The Psychology Of Starting Strong I used to dread parts of my week on a pretty regular basis. I focused on the wrong things and as a result I had anxiety that lowered my quality of life and performance levels. Then I learned about the “power of choice” from Tony Robbins and Viktor Frankl. The moment I took responsibility for …

27 ILC Director Brent Wise on Innovative Education

Create An Innovative Educational Culture Brent Wise is an award winning educator who is the Director of the Hilliard Innovative Learning Center in Ohio. As the leader of the school, he has established a unique vision and cleared the path to allow his teachers to cultivate innovation in the classroom. In this episode, I sit down with the “outside-the-box” leader …