Joe Chura is the founder and CEO of Dealer Inspire, one of Chicago's leading advertising and technology companies. From an early age Joe has been no stranger to perseverance and its ability to change the landscape of our entire lives. Oh, and Joe recently won a dance competition. Here's a link to that: https://www.nctv17.com/community-events/dancing-with-the-celebrities-2018-joe-chura-brianna-miller/
Link to an article about Joe's great grandfather and the invention of the machine that...
Joel Gratcyk DOES things. Among the things he's doing, he has built a platform and wants to use it to help whomever he can. Being, as he puts it, a non-traditional employee, Joel has some very unique perspective and this was a very helpful conversation.
Check all of Joel's projects out on joel.gratcyk.com!
This weeks' episode is a smorgasbord of existentialism, philosophizing, and rabbit trails. In a word, it's delightful. I'm so happy to be able to introduce you to Evan Small, a dear friend and someone whose view of being a Good Human is both wonderfully simple and incredibly profound. Sometimes, all we can do is the next right thing.
We're joined this week by Evan Jones; cult survivor, writer, transgender man, ass kicker, and podcaster. Evan is here to talk about living authentically and fully, no matter the cost. Evan's story is incredibly inspiring and I'm so happy to share it with you!
Evan is launching a podcast with his friend Paul on June 13th, called Your Queer Story. They will be highlighting important and inspiring stories and people in the LGBTQ community throughout history. Please look them up and give them...
Is the way you're living doing any good for anyone? Is it doing any good for you? It should be, shouldn't it?
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James Harrison's story
Phillip DeFranco's video about James
Bustle article about volcano eruption in Guatemala
What is the relationship between middle ground (compromise), psyche, extremes, and conversation? And how does any of it relate to culture, society, politics, and gun reform? We've tried what we're doing for a long time, maybe it's time to take a new approach?