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Welcome to From The Hart a show created and hosted by Ed Hart to share stories that will inspire you. Hart interviews leaders, pastors, actors, athletes, and family business owners and gets them to tell stories that will inspire and touch his listeners. What's in YOUR heart? Enjoy! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fromthehart/support

Welcome to From The Hart a show created and hosted by Ed Hart to share stories that will inspire you. Hart interviews leaders, pastors, actors, athletes, and family business owners and gets them to tell stories that will inspire and touch his listeners. What's in YOUR heart? Enjoy! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fromthehart/support

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Welcome to From The Hart a show created and hosted by Ed Hart to share stories that will inspire you. Hart interviews leaders, pastors, actors, athletes, and family business owners and gets them to tell stories that will inspire and touch his listeners. What's in YOUR heart? Enjoy! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/fromthehart/support

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English


Episodes

Episode 50: Tillys Life Center | Empowering Teens with a Positive Mindset

1/13/2021
TILLY’S LIFE CENTER (TLC) IS A YOUTH-FOCUSED, 501(C)(3) NONPROFIT CHARITABLE FOUNDATION AIMED AT EMPOWERING ALL TEENS WITH A POSITIVE MINDSET AND ENABLING THEM TO EFFECTIVELY COPE WITH CRISIS, ADVERSITY AND TOUGH DECISIONS. OUR MISSION IS TO INSPIRE TODAY’S YOUTH TO REACH THEIR FULL POTENTIAL AS PRODUCTIVE, KIND, HAPPY, AND RESPONSIBLE INDIVIDUALS. WE HOPE YOU ENJOY THIS INSPIRING HOUR WITH TILLY LEVINE, MONICA UTLEY, AND CHRISTINE CAREY. YOU CAN REACH THEM AT Tilly's Life Center - A Youth...

Duration:00:58:43

Episode 49: Dann Van Der Vliet, Cornell University | Inspiring Family Business Leaders of Today and Tomorrow

1/7/2021
Dann Van Der Vliet is Executive Director of the Smith Family Business Initiative at Cornell University. The Smith Family Business Initiative provides education, networking and research for family business owners, successors and students from across the globe. Previously, as Director of the Family Business Initiative at the University of Vermont (UVM) for 12 years, Dann helped to grow a respected program that included numerous peer groups, statewide business forums and was co-founder of the...

Duration:01:10:51

Episode 48: Gratitude During Our Most Difficult Year - From The Hearts of My 2020 Guests

1/2/2021
2020 has been recognized by some as the year of our highest highs and our lowest lows. In our family alone, within 48 hours we had a sudden death of a family member, and then we bought a house. We personally experienced this past year in just about every way imaginable. Since we launched the podcast in January 2020, we have seen it all. Sit back and hear excerpts of dozens of our guests as they tell you what has been in their hearts during this unprecedented year that we just completed. We...

Duration:00:48:03

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12/20/2020
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Duration:00:00:59

Episode 47: Kara Goldin | Undaunted: Overcoming Doubts & Doubters

12/9/2020
Kara Goldin is the Founder and CEO of Hint, Inc., best known for its award-winning Hint® water, the leading unsweetened flavored water, and the author of Undaunted: Overcoming Doubts and Doubters. She is an active speaker & writer and hosts the podcast The Kara Goldin Show where she interviews founders, entrepreneurs and other disruptors across various industries. She lives in the Bay Area. Follow Kara on all social handles @KaraGoldin You can find Kara's best-selling book, "Undaunted:...

Duration:00:54:25

Episode 46: Early Jackson | Chief Empowerment Officer and Hope Dealer - Inspiring a World in Times of Desperate Need

11/16/2020
Early Jackson's young life was a riches to rags story. After having a comfortable life being raised by his parents, his Dad left, and his family moved into the projects. Finding himself being raised by a single Mom, and then losing her when he was just 19, it would be easy to understand if he turned the losses in his life into reasons to be angry, destructive, and bitter. Instead, from the lessons he learned from his Mom over Egg McMuffins at McDonalds growing up, he has made it his life...

Duration:01:06:28

Episode 45: Judd Wallenbrock | A Lifetime Living His Passion Making Wine

11/5/2020
Judd is a seasoned veteran of the wine business and has the scars to prove it. Yet after 40 years in the business, his excitement for the industry couldn’t be stronger, his love for wine more intense, nor his commitment to experience marketing more passionate. Judd cut his teeth in the 80’s learning the ropes as a wine retailer, restaurateur, broker, and wine educator for nine years. After a break to earn his MBA, he spent four years at Nestle, forging a marketing discipline in consumer...

Duration:01:02:05

Episode 44: ILA Borders | Empowering, Inspiring, and Transforming Lives - First Female Professional Baseball Player

11/1/2020
ILA Borders started playing baseball at the age of 10. She went through all the ranks from Little League, 4 years on boy's Varsity High School Baseball, 4 years on men's collegiate baseball (becoming the first woman to get a win on a men's collegiate team in NAIA and NCAA. and to receive a scholarship to play), 4 years of men's professional baseball in the American Association (became the first woman to win a men's professional baseball game). Inducted into the Baseball Hall of...

Duration:00:51:04

Episode 43: Jane Olvera | Creating Wins and Cultivating Relationships - From Miss California to Successful Business Leader and Mentor

10/25/2020
At 15, Jane Olvera was told by her high school guidance counselor that her dream of owning her own business in 10 years "was not possible" because she was female, she was Latina, and she would need many more years to eventually have her own business. His biases and discouragement were exactly what it took to motivate her to not only reach that goal, but to now be a successful and award-winning business owner and leader. In 1993, she was crowned Miss California USA, and was driven by a tough...

Duration:01:08:37

Episode 42: Fred Claire | A Member of Two World Championship Teams, the 1988 Los Angele Dodgers and The City of Hope Team

10/20/2020
Fred Claire served 30 years as an executive with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was the team’s Executive Vice President and General Manager from 1987 until 1998. During his tenure, Claire earned a reputation for his integrity and for his fighting spirit that built what ultimately led to the team's last World Series championship in 1988. His drive and determination in the face of opposition and doubt from all sides became a defining trait not just of his time with the Dodgers, but of who he is...

Duration:01:11:48

Episode 41: Heather Falcone | Leadership Through Service and Giving a Voice to All

10/19/2020
Heather Falcone is the Chief Executive Officer for family-owned Thermal-Vac Technology. Heather’s passion lies in breaking things. Whether it's revenue goals, glass ceilings, or tired rhetoric, her 17-year track record in one of the world’s most exacting industries shows a dedication to destroying the status quo. As an Ironman triathlete, alpine hiker, wife, and mother, Heather seeks to promote growth and opportunity outside of people’s comfort zones with an invitation to be “Green and...

Duration:01:03:29

Episode 40: Caroline Wiederkehr | Part 1 of Our Coping with Covid in College Conversations - When They Tell You It Can't be Done

10/18/2020
Caroline Wiederkehr is a senior at California State University Fullerton in Southern California. She is graduating in December, and was one of millions of students around the globe who woke up one March morning in a world with in-person classes, and woke up the next with all of her classes online! How she shifted, adjusted, and what she has learned about herself, her surroundings, her relationships, and society will inspire, educate, and move you. Her insight and wisdom far exceed her young...

Duration:00:46:05

Episode 39: Bea Boccalandro | Do Good At Work: How Simple Acts of Social Purpose Drive Success and Well-Being

10/15/2020
Bea Boccalandro is author of "Do Good At Work," a delightful manual for making work meaningful for anyone in any job. She also helps companies, managers and individuals make a positive social impact from everyday work. Job purposing, as this practice is called, increases employee engagement, performance and wellbeing, and makes meaningful contributions to societal causes. Her clients include Aetna, Caesars Entertainment, FedEx, IBM, PwC, Toyota and Western Digital. To stay sane, Bea...

Duration:01:15:14

Episode 38: Ryan Gottfredson | Success Mindsets in Life, Work and Leadership - What Makes a Great Leader?

10/12/2020
Our mindsets fuel our thinking, learning, and behavior. Yet, for most people, our mindsets are something we are not aware of. Did you know that there are four primary mindsets that fuel our success? Ryan is a leadership professor (Cal State Fullerton) and consultant, and helps (1) individuals awaken to and improve their mindsets to enhance their effectiveness and success, and (2) organizations improve their leadership/employee development and their cultures to become more agile and...

Duration:01:18:30

Episode 37: David Carter | The Impact of 2020 on the Future of the Business of Sports

10/6/2020
David M. Carter founded the Sports Business Group in 1999 following more than ten years of consulting for the sports and entertainment industries. As a sports business consultant specializing in strategic marketing, Mr. Carter has consulted for corporations, sports organizations, sports and entertainment venues, law firms, municipalities, and individual athletes. He is also an associate professor of sports business at the USC Marshall School of Business, having served on the faculty since...

Duration:00:58:14

Episode 36: Charlie Hough | 25 Years in Major League Baseball - A Life of Influence and Gratitude

9/28/2020
Charlie Hough was drafted out of high school by the Los Angeles Dodgers. He never would have made it to the leagues without the influence of many mentors, including Tommy Lasorda. He learned to throw a knuckleball when he was in the minor leagues and was suffering from a sore shoulder. Thanks to learning that pitch, he played 25 years in Major League Baseball, pitched in three World Series, and was an All- Star. He played for managers like Walter Alston, Lasorda, Del Crandall, and Duke...

Duration:01:00:41

Episode 35: Stephanie Stuckey | It's My Name on Those Billboards - The Legacy of Rebuilding an Iconic American Brand

9/21/2020
Stephanie Stuckey is the CEO of Stuckey's Corporation, whish was founded by her grandpa in 1937. This roadside oasis became a household name for travelers across America, but has dropped from 370 stores in their peak, to around 20 today. Stephanie is leading the rebirth and rebrand of this American icon. A career lawyer and public servant, Stuckey served for 14 years in the Georgia House of Representatives. In late 2019, Stuckey became the third-generation CEO of Stuckey's Corporation....

Duration:01:03:11

Episode 34: Alden Mills | Life and Leadership Lessons from A Navy Seal and American Hero

9/19/2020
Alden Mills is a high-energy, humble, and charismatic leader with a track record of superior performance. As an Olympic Festival rower, he went on to become a standout at the US Naval Academy, then a Navy SEAL platoon commander (three times), then an entrepreneur. He founded and grew Perfect Fitness from zero to $63m in sales, becoming the fastest growing consumer company in America. He has created over 40 patents in the consumer sector. Thanks to his time in the military, then in...

Duration:01:01:58

Episode 33: Dr. Lola Gershfeld | Maintaining Emotional Connection During This Time of Isolation

9/17/2020
We are living in times of heightened emotion. Unlike any time in our lives, the next day is as unpredictable as ever before. Companies are closing, jobs have been lost, schools are still closed in most places, and families are still trying to figure out how to balance their new work/family/school/personal lives. Dr. Lola Gershfeld and I had a wonderful conversation about how to keep our emotions, and those of our loved ones and those over whom we have stewardship, under control and how to...

Duration:00:57:02

Episode 32: California Love Drop | Jennifer Annes, Charles Antis and Wing Lam - Taking Care of Those Who Take Care of Us

9/15/2020
What happens when you bring great corporate partners together, with the passion, drive and heart of people like Jennifer Annes, Charles Antis, Wing Lam and more? You make an indelible impact on the lives of thousands of people in your community. Whether it is feeding frontline care givers and workers, hosting blood drives that literally save lives, feeding those less fortunate, caring for those directly impacted by Covd-19, or simply offering a virtual hug or a literal smile, this team of...

Duration:00:53:52