This show is one for the ages. As usual Dan starts the show with a humorous and thought provoking monologue, leading into Grammy Award winning hit songwriter Tim Nichols who will talk about the influence music has in our lives, and the story behind writing "Live Like You're Dying" for Tim McGraw.
An intriguing and inspiring interview with fascinating and unique American Actor, celebrated Musician, international Speaker and Award Winning Television Host of SyFy’s suspenseful game show Exit, America’s Lost Treasures on the National Geographic Channel, and Hazard Pay on Discovery Channel, where he experienced everything from being a UFC fighter to a venomous snake extractor.
Dan's guest on Monday, Nov. 5 is a musical force to be reckoned with. Anna Wilson has written songs for many of today's great artists, organized a music festival, wrote inspirational anthems for charitable organizations and still found time to start a new jazz group, Troubadour 77.
Figuring out your passion helps you step into a life of significance and power. Dan Clark’s guest on his Art of Significance show on Monday, Aug. 6 has followed his passion to create an abundant life for himself and those around them.
Telling stories is a way to keep us connected as human beings. Stories can be handed down in families, shared in song or published to be read by the masses. Stories help us build bridges and share common values. Dan Clark’s guests on The Art of Signficiance on Monday, July 30.
On Dan Clark’s The Art of Significance show on June 11, Dan talks with two powerful women who are passionate about teaching, inspiring and motivating others through their Empowered with Des & Jen talk show on Voice America.
With Memorial Day right around the corner, Dan’s first guest on Monday’s Art of Significance show is Sgt. Josh Hansen (Army retired) co-founder of Continue Mission, an organization designed to help returning soldiers adjust to civilian life, offering them support and help through depression and pain.
April 30’s Art of Significance show is one you won’t want to miss! Host Dan Clark visits with singer-songwriter Cherie Call, a two-time finalist in the prestigious Kerrville Newfolk Songwriting Competition.