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Interviews with people from all walks of life, because everyone has a story to share, and we can all learn from each other.

Interviews with people from all walks of life, because everyone has a story to share, and we can all learn from each other.
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Interviews with people from all walks of life, because everyone has a story to share, and we can all learn from each other.

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English


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Ellen, a Pediatric Gastroenterology Nurse Practitioner shares about working in this field...

9/18/2019
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Ellen, a Pediatric Gastroenterology Nurse Practitioner shares about working in this field. Many GI subjects are discussed: Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), constipation, Crohn's disease, IBF, IBS, MRE, ulcerative colitis, biologics, emerging biologics, allergies, gastroenterology, food impactions, endoscopy, GI, low energy, unexplained weight loss, waking up with pain, enterography, esophagus, allergist, benchmark research, immunology, allergies, autoimmune diseases, inflammation, colitis,...

Duration:01:08:32

Tracey, a hair stylist for 38 years, shares what life is like behind the chair.

7/25/2019
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Tracey, a hair stylist for 38 years, shares what life is like behind the chair. She talks about working in the field, how the hair industry has progressed, how she understands what her client’s hair can and can’t do, to being a listening ear and friend to her clients.

Duration:00:53:44

The life of a chef with Chef Casey Pendergras

6/19/2019
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Interview with Chef Casey Pendergras who has been working as a chef most of his life. He learned all aspects of working in a kitchen from doing the dishes at age 14, to going to culinary school, and then working his way up as a cook and a chef. He explains what it is like to work in this field.

Duration:01:10:55

How to rewire our thinking about retirement, from dealing with ageism to real life perspectives that affect people in retirement, with Arthur Hayne Mitchell - 'Grateful Not Dead' Book.

5/29/2019
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Interview with Arthur Mitchell, author of the book 'Grateful Not Dead'. He talks about how to rewire our thinking about retirement, from dealing with ageism to real life perspectives that affect people in retirement. He coaches clients on how to more fully live the life they want to live in line with their values and purpose. artmitchell@hotmail.com, free pdf book:https://mailchi.mp/e33d7da878c8/arthurhaynemitchell

Duration:01:00:53

Medical Intuitive, Master Healer, Human MRI, Vivian De Guzman, shares about her healing abilities and her book.

5/14/2019
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Vivian De Guzman is a holistic physical therapist since 1991. She is also a human MRI, a master healer, and a medical intuitive. She teaches and helps others through her Transformational Wellness International Academy, and she has written the book, “Awaken your Medical Intuition: The Healthcare Professional’s Guide to Energy Healing." Find out more: transformwellinc.com/clarity, viviandeguzman.com.

Duration:00:53:07

Singer/Songwriter, Rocky Kuner, with the band YYNOT shares about her life.

4/30/2019
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Rocky Kuner is a singer/songwriter who sings with the band “YYNOT", a Rush Tribute Band that also creates their own original music. She has her own songs found on Soundcloud. She recently co-wrote a song with her friend Sylvia MacCalla for the singer/performer Eden Espinosa. She studied vocals under Gregg De Castro learning the Seth Riggs – Speech Level Singing Technique, and she now teaches this singing technique to her own vocal students. Listen to the One Interview One World podcast to...

Duration:01:01:27

Owner of 'A Single Shot Photography', Heather Paris shares about running a photography business.

4/16/2019
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Heather Paris, owner of A Single Shot Photography, shares about running a photography business. She joined a photography meetup group to learn and enjoy her photography passion for many years, then due to layoffs at work and even with a new baby she took a leap of faith and started her own photography company. Heather touches on lighting, photography techniques, running a business, and coordinating around family life. Check out more at: www.asingleshotphotography.com

Duration:01:21:31

Learning about the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach, CA. PMMC rescues & rehabs marine mammals.

3/27/2019
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Learning about the Pacific Marine Mammal Center in Laguna Beach, California with Keith Matassa – Director of Zoological and Conservation Programs & Krysta Higuchi – Events and Public Relations Coordinator. PMMC rehabilitates and releases marine mammals and inspires ocean stewardship through research, education, and collaboration. They collaborate with many organizations and universities, such as NOAA, the Coast Guard, Police, Life Guards, UC Davis, UConn, Tufts, Sea World, and more. Check...

Duration:00:51:13

Raising a child with Autism, a personal perspective shared by Tricia Wallace, M.D.

3/13/2019
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A direct, personal, heartfelt sharing of what it is like to parent and raise a child with Autism, with Tricia Wallace M.D. Tricia Wallace is a wife and mother of three beautiful boys, her youngest being diagnosed on the autism spectrum. She is also a board-certified doctor in female pelvic medicine and reconstructive surgery, as well as being a yoga teacher.

Duration:01:10:32

Captain James Morgia, a WWII Veteran who is 96 years old, shares about his life.

2/27/2019
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Captain James Morgia, a WWII Veteran who is 96 years old, shares about his life. He was awarded the Silver Star for his efforts in the Battle of the Bulge, and he has a master’s degree in Chemistry from NYU. He worked for the Sikorsky Aircraft Corporation, and he has written books about his life and about ways others can live their lives to the fullest.

Duration:01:49:53

The life of a Veterinary Student. Shelby, travelingdogtor.com

2/20/2019
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Shelby, a second-year veterinary medicine student and blogger, shares about being a vet student and all that entails, from internships, shadowing a veterinarian, and the many life paths that brought her to this point. She talks about her experiences and encourages others to take a risk and step outside of their comfort zones to live their own dreams and achieve happiness. Find her at: travelingdogtor.com, @traveling_dogtor on Instagram.

Duration:01:12:36

Sewing Teacher & Freelance Designer, Nancy Gray, shares about the world of sewing and fashion design.

2/14/2019
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Nancy Gray, owner of The Sewing Attic and Bamboo Wonders on Etsy, shares with us about the world of sewing, fashion design, and textile chemistry. Instagram: the_sewing_attic_school, https://www.etsy.com/shop/bambooWonders

Duration:00:29:38

Creating fresh drinking water from the air, with David Hertz, Skysource/WEDEW.

2/6/2019
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Learn about the fascinating new Skysource/WEDEW system that is able to draw fresh drinking water from the moisture in the air, created by David Hertz and his company FAIA and the Studio of Environmental Architecture. The Skysource/WEDEW system recently won the grand prize for Water Abundance with XPrize. In this interview, David explains how the WEDEW system works, and how it can be deployed to many areas around the world to supply fresh drinking water from the air. It can be used as an...

Duration:00:36:38

Career paths after retirement, and life lessons learned with Jeanine. She feels age should never get in the way of life’s pursuits!

1/30/2019
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Career paths after retirement, and life lessons learned with Jeanine. She was a teacher, and she ran a daycare business for 32 years while raising her three children. Now, in her sixties, she is ready to pursue new business options for herself, and she feels age should never get in the way of life’s pursuits!

Duration:01:41:10

Documentary Photographer, Mayor Otu of Nigeria, shares with us about his life, his work, his country, and the people there. @mayorotu @humansofakwaibom

1/23/2019
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Documentary Photographer, Mayor Otu of Nigeria, shares with us about his life, his work, his country, and the people there. @mayorotu @humansofakwaibom

Duration:00:56:02

Lifelong scuba diver & photographer, Mike Bray, shares about what it is like to scuba dive.

12/13/2018
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Lifelong scuba diver & photographer, Mike Bray, shares with us about learning to scuba dive, about the equipment needed, what it is like under the water, the various dive locations (especially Little Cayman Island), the many species of fish encountered, about underwater photography, to protecting marine life and improving the ocean and reef environments.

Duration:01:05:54

Hearing impaired friends, Rama & Jeanne, share about living with severe hearing loss.

11/28/2018
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Hearing impaired friends, Rama & Jeanne, share about living with severe hearing loss. Jeanne lost her hearing at age 8, and Rama was born with genetic hearing loss. They explain what it is like living their lives each day. They talk about the isolation, not understanding parts of a conversation, to Rama recently getting a cochlear implant and the process that goes with that, and so much more. You will come away with a clearer understanding of what a hearing challenged life is like to live.

Duration:01:26:01

Nancy, a Denali National Park Bus Driver, shares about the park, the wildlife, and Alaska.

11/7/2018
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Nancy, a Denali National Park Bus Driver, shares about the park, the wildlife, and Alaska. She's spent 40 years working in Alaska, and twenty years living there. Denali is the tallest mountain in North America, and Denali NP is over 6 million acres of land abundant in wildlife. It has one road going into and out of it, that is 92 miles long.

Duration:01:02:42

School Psychologist & Autism Counselor, Tony Meehleis, talks about Autism, ADHD, and his book, Autism Wellness Resources – Understanding the Causes and The Latest Non-Invasive Treatments.

10/24/2018
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Tony Meehleis has been a school psychologist and teacher for over twenty years. He shares his knowledge of working with special needs children (Autism and ADHD), and about the many different options there are for dealing with Autism in this interview. He has written the book, Autism Wellness Resources – Understanding the Causes and The Latest Non-Invasive Treatments. This is a very informative interview and book. Find more information at: www.autismwellnessresources.com.

Duration:01:02:19

Bats and their environmental benefits, with Corky Quirk of NorCalBats.org

10/9/2018
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Learning about bats and their environmental benefits with Corky Quirk from Northern California Bats. This organization helps rescue, rehabilitate, and educate about bats. Corky explains about bats in the wild to even how we can help bats prosper in our own backyards. Find more information at: norcalbats.org

Duration:00:46:17