Paul Weingarth is the CEO and Co-Founder of Slyp, a smart receipts solution about to disrupt the whole receipts industry. Paul's passion and enthusiasm for his gift as an idea's man and entrepreneur is infectious. He joined the show to discuss being comfortable in the uncomfortable, looking inward before looking outward, and the significance of connecting to your inner-child to harness your gifts.
Aaron Rose has been working for social change since he was 14 years old. As a gay, transgender man who is an educator, coach, writer and speaker, Aaron opens up about his journey and his work with diversity, inclusion and conscious culture design.
Nick Onken is a photographer, host of Nion Radio and creative entrepreneur in New York City. He say down with me in the studio to discuss unlocking your creativity, how to stay in flow and forging ahead even when the going gets tough.
Connor Beaton, Founder of Man Talks joins the show to discuss how to be a man in today's world. This is a must listen episode to any man out there who feels lost and numbed out, looking for inspirational and help to shift their perspective.
In this episode I sat down with Founder of The Big Quiet and Medi Club, Jesse Israel. This man is a natural leader and community mobilizer. In this conversation I spoke to Jesse about his journey with meditation and how it's helped him through mental health challenges, and what he's learned about living the path of the heart, as he know holds mass meditations at world landmarks for thousands of people. So much wisdom and inspiration in this episode, co-creators - enjoy!
Robert Hammond is the co-founder and executive director of Friends of the Highline in New York City. Join us in conversation as we hear life lessons from Robert around following your curiosity, working hard towards a vision, and the practice of meditation.
Have you ever wanted to take a deep dive into Transcendental Meditation and learn how it affects your brain and body, your behavior and perception? This week I'm joined by one of America's most in-demand meditation teachers - he is Bob Roth, CEO of the David Lynch Foundation.
Danielle Lacey, Columbia Psychology Master's student, has been on medication for 15 years living with ADHD. We talked to her about her story of living with ADHD and it's significance and impact in her life. Join us in a courageous and authentic conversation exploring Danielle's truth.
She's cooked for Alicia Keys, Hugh Jackman, Yoko Ono, Tina Fey & Steve Martin to name a few, but private New York Chef, Lisa Adams says she has no favorites. Everyday Lisa brings joy to average families and personalities preparing them food for the soul. Lisa is a great example of loving what you do and giving nothing but the best of yourself everyday.
An ever-present and timely conversation around suicide loss in the aftermath of Kate Spade and Anthony Bourdain. I'm joined by NY-based artist, Laura Baran, who shares her story around the loss of her brother, as do I in an effort to show that oftentimes it's our greatest pain that produces our greatest gift for healing and self-actualization.
Ken Jordan has been in the box seat of counter culture since the 60's and today in NYC is an integral connector and organizer of evolving consciousness and transformational culture. Ken is the co-founder of Evolver and Reality Sandwich, who has also just launched his own podcast called "The Evolver" (https://aca.st/ab48de). Enjoy the conversation as we dive into plant medicine, transcendental inquiry and openings and the shifts towards a more unified planet.
This week on the show I sat down with executive communications consultant, author and speaker, Gina Barnett. Her book, "Play The Part - Master Body Signals To Connect & Communicate For Business Success," is fantastic and highly recommended. Join us in conversation as we discuss using the body to change our emotional temperates and hack the body to influence the mind.
This week we lift the lid on depression and discover how it can be the ultimate blessing in disguise. With me to tell her story of learning to live on two ends of the emotional spectrum is mental health advocate & Columbia Master's student, Angelica Smith. Listen as we move beyond labels and open up to a world of inspired creativity, meaning and purpose. This is some Truth right here from a sensitive soul who is shining her light in the world.
Following her TEDx Talk on "Redefining Success in a World That Needs Us", her social activism and direction of her new project, "I Love Therefore I am," I caught up with speaker and director, Leslie Coutterand to talk real matters of the heart. This amazing Frenchie and her story of trading Hollywood as an actress for rediscovering home in her heart, has led her on an inspiring mission to shift perspectives on social conditioning and the importance of interconnection with life.
This week we take the show on location to Michael Ventura's compound in the West Village. Michael is the CEO of strategy and design practice, Sub Rosa, indigenous medicine practitioner and author of the new book "Applied Empathy - The New Language of Leadership." This is an exciting episode full of wisdom and insight into the power of empathy. Tune in, chill out and may the source be with you!
Calling all creatives and those with a dream! In Source Fields studio with me is New York Times Bestselling author of The Nanny Diaries, Nicola Kraus. We discuss navigating, the highs and lows of success, the magic of storytelling, and parenting wisdom in the tech-age. This one's jam packed, so strap in! May the Source be with you...