Episodes

005: The Turtle Effect

005: The Turtle Effect

Nikki Stone, 1998 Olympic Gold Medalist in freestyle inverted aerial skiing, comes on the show to talk about her success in the Olympics, and how a simple principle taught to her by her mother—The Turtle Effect—has helped her achieve success not only in sports, but in business and in life as well. Continue Reading 005: The Turtle Effect

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003: A Doctor, an Outlaw, and a First Lady

003: A Doctor, an Outlaw, and a First Lady

Dr. John Woodson was a physician and surgeon who served the English colonists in the Virginia Colony in the early to mid 1600’s. Jesse James was a ruthless outlaw who robbed, murdered, and terrorized in the mid to late 1800’s. Dolley Madison was First Lady of the United States from 1809 to 1817.Listen to this episode to find out what connects these three seemingly unconnected individuals, all of whom played a significant role in the story of America. Continue Reading 003: A Doctor, an Outlaw, and a First Lady

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002: Turning Tragedy into Blessing

002: Turning Tragedy into Blessing

Today’s guest is Phillip Hatfield. Phillip is a left leg below the knee amputee. He is also a motivational speaker, a business coach, and an author. Phillip wrote a book entitled Carried by Angels, and on the front cover of the book is one of his signature quotes, “My Greatest Tragedy is My Greatest Blessing.” Today we’re going to talk to him about what he means by that, and how WE can turn tragedy into blessing in our own lives as well. Continue Reading 002: Turning Tragedy into Blessing

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