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Each episode, I interview people who are, in some way, providing change in the world through service. Be inspired by ways of creating change that are within your reach. Learn how you can level up your contribution right away.

Each episode, I interview people who are, in some way, providing change in the world through service. Be inspired by ways of creating change that are within your reach. Learn how you can level up your contribution right away.
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Each episode, I interview people who are, in some way, providing change in the world through service. Be inspired by ways of creating change that are within your reach. Learn how you can level up your contribution right away.






Supergivers 033 Lou Radja - Send the Elevator Back Down!

A true social entrepreneur, Lou Radja continues to work tirelessly to help individuals and teams thrive at the intersection of success & significance. A recognized and award winning Motivational Speaker and founder of Lou Radja Enterprises, Mr. Radja’s trainings on leadership, personal growth, diversity and service inspire and equip audiences around the world, to Be More and Give More. As Founder and Executive Director of EduCongo, a U.S. based nonprofit organization; Lou’s energy is also...


Supergivers 032 Rukaiyah Adams - Commonwealth Capitalism & How We Can Invest in Everyone

Rukaiyah Adams is the Chief Investment Officer at Meyer Memorial Trust, one of the largest charitable foundations in the Pacific Northwest. She is responsible for leading all investment activities to ensure the long-term financial strength of the organization. Throughout her tenure as CIO, Ms. Adams has delivered top quartile performance; and beginning in 2017, her team hit its stride delivering an 18.6% annual return, which placed her in top 5% of foundation and endowment CIOs. Under the...


Supergivers 031 Philip Folsom - Hunting the Big Game; The Sickness of Humanity and What We Can Do

Philip Folsom is an anthropologist, culture development expert, veteran, and CEO of Wolf Tribe a division of Philip Folsom Programs. He is also the founder of Human Kind—a holistic consulting agency, as well as SPARTA, a critically acclaimed PTSD and suicide prevention program for warriors. Philip is known for his unique Tribe workshop that focuses on the primary culture components of building healthy and high performing teams. His work regularly includes innovative adventure programming...


Supergivers 030 Kerry David - Women on the front lines of anti-poaching

Kerry David is the documentary filmmaker at the helm of a ground-breaking anti-poaching film, Breaking Their Silence, which illuminates several women-lead anti-poaching organizations and their brave missions.


Supergivers 029 Scott Fauble - Inside a Marathoner

Scott Fauble is a professional runner with Hoka One One NAZ Elite in Flagstaff, Arizona. He recently finished 7th at the Boston Marathon, claiming the 11th-fastest time for a US marathoner ever. In this interview, Scott and I dive into the existential layers of process over outcome, performance mindset in community, and the value of pro sports in today's humanity.


Supergivers 028 Elizabeth Nye - Girls, Inc

Elizabeth Nye is the Executive Director at Girls, Inc Pacific Northwest, an affiliate of Girls, Inc. This organization provides after-school leadership development for girls at a time when it couldn't be more critical. This episode details Elizabeth's personal journey to leadership for the next generation of powerful women, as well as insight that might surprise you about why this mission is so important.


Supergivers 027 Alex Coren - Changing the Game in Healthcare

Alex Coren is the co-founder and chief innovation officer of Wambi, an employee recognition platform for health care environments powered by the voices of patients and their families. While Alex was the Director of Patient Experience at a company caring for catastrophically ill, medically complex patients within multiple acute-care hospitals, it was her responsibility to ensure patients and their families had the best possible experiences during their stay. Through her observations, she...


Supergivers 026 Michael Welp - White Men as Full Diversity Partners?

Michael Welp is the co-founder of White Men as Full Diversity Partners (, an organization that seeks to build awareness, skills, and, ultimately, equity within the power of white maleness. He has authored the book Four Days to Change and has produced a Ted Talk about white advocacy. In this episode, Michael shares about his journey in owning his own white maleness as well as the important opportunity white men have today to make a big impact in the world.


Supergivers 025 Tad Hargrave - Healing From Whiteness

What exactly is "whiteness" and where did it come from?! What can be done about it in this world today? Since 2001, Tad Hargrave has been wrestling with and exploring the complicated and thorny mess that is whiteness, white privilege and white guilt. Between Sept 2004 – Feb 2006, Tad dedicated himself to learning his ancestral language, Scottish Gaelic, in both Nova Scotia and Scotland. He can speak Gaelic pretty well now. He also runs a blog called Healing from Whiteness as well as a...


Supergivers 024 Alysa Romano - Can healthcare move from the office into our lives?

Is our current therapeutic model limited? Do we, as clients, have the chance to create community while we heal and develop? These are some of the questions my guest, Alysa Romano, founder of Home Wellness PDX addresses in this interview.


Supergivers 023 Scarlett Lewis - How a Sandy Hook mom is addressing school safety from the heart

Scarlett Lewis is a mom who lost her 6 year-old son, Jessie, in the 2012 shooting at Sandy Hook Elementary in Newtown, Connecticut. Listen in for an incredible story of courage and heart that has her on a path to revolutionize social-emotional learning in schools across the world.


Supergivers 022 Anna Twinney - A Voice for the Voiceless

Anna Twinney is an animal communicator and natural horsemenship trainer who has dedicated her life to raising awareness of the magic and importance of wild horses. In this episode, we discuss everything from her learning as a young unarmed British police officer to the politics of mare's urine and why you should care about all of it.


Supergivers 021 Nathan Eckel - How to Share Your Idea Worth Spreading

In this episode, idea platform speaker coach, Nathan Eckel shares about his experience interviewing many of the best and most successful Ted speakers out there. He shares about the power of courage, voice, and believing and refining your idea worth spreading.


Supergivers 020 Ian Mouser - How Music Can Change Lives

Learn how one man founded a non-profit that has been changing the lives of young folks for 10 years. Ian discusses the power of music, community, and more centrally, how acknowledgment can completely change the course of someone's life.


Supergivers 019 Laura Haug - Are You a Highly Sensitive Person in Disguise?

Laura Haug is an amazing healer, but she's also just like you - a person trying to make her way through a stimulating world. Listen in and you can learn how your sensitivity can be a strength and how you can be both sensitive and healthy in today's world.


Supergivers 018 Sarah Corbett - How to be a Craftivist: The Gentle Art of Protest

Sarah Corbett is a Craftivist - that's right, she combines art with powerful social messaging. Her campaigns have created legislative change in both the U.K. and Spain, and her approach can be used by anyone, any time, anywhere. Listen in and learn how you can do activism with respect, creativity, and influence.


Supergivers 017 Armando Cruz - Masculinity, Legacy, & Power

Armando Cruz is a connoisseur of experiences, husband, father, adventurer, best-selling author, ultra-marathoner, lifestyle physical therapist, and legacy coach. Armando helps growth-minded, married men live happier, more connected, and more fulfilled lives through his immersive coaching program that guides them to show up powerfully in their marriage, in their health, in their business, and in creating their purposeful legacy. Armando's unique approach helps strip away the clutter both...


Supergivers 016 Julie Akeret - G is for Gun - The Arming of Teachers in Schools?!

Julie Akeret is a documentary film-maker discussing her latest national PBS special, G is for Gun, The Arming of School Teachers. In this episode, Julie and I explore her personal experience making such an emotionally-charged film, her efforts to present objectivity, and what this film has revealed to her about the crisis of US public schools and the middle class.


Supergivers 015 ShaRon Rea - Building Harmony and Connection by Letting Go

ShaRon Rea is a Family Relationships Coach and Founder of a growing movement, No Judgment, Just Love. In this interview, you'll here: - How judgment and love effect relationships with self, other, earth, animals, and environment. - Three core values that break down any human-made barrier to relationship. - It's what we do after the judgment that determines whether we're more separate or more connected. - How addressing behavior change in children begins with you the parent - How our word...


Supergivers 014 Joe Shoemaker - Who is a Man to Empower a Woman Today?!

Joe Shoemaker is a Transformational Coach who specializes in working with women. His clients want to work with him because he's a man trying to do his part to support women. In this interview, you'll learn: - The how and why of Joe's belief that females may be "limitless" - The rise of the feminine - The importance of seizing the opportunity of being on the cusp of cultural shifts around gender (women's immersion)