Sarah Liddle lives her life on her terms. She has been a lawyer (for like 6 months!) lived off the grid, created an amazing skincare line and whole heartedly believes in changing your mind and following your dream.
Eric Rosenberg left a great job because his side hustle was making him money. Eric believes you should use your money to live the life you want. Don't let your money hold you back and dictate how you live.
Micah Redding says " I see advancing radical science & technology as part of the Christian mission, and believe that in order to create a positive future for all life, religion and technology must make peace."
Alejandra Valenzuela believes that there is a danger in making other people your hero. As a survivor of rape by a man who is held in high esteem she has witnessed the problem with compartmentalizing lives and not actually looking at the problem that exists because we have labeled someone a hero and therefore incapable of flaws.
Dr. Susan Edelman specializes in women’s issues. With the scheduled release of the next movie Fifty Shades Darker in February, we have to ask ourselves, is Fifty Shades of Grey a sexy love story or a dangerous trend for women and our culture? Is this trilogy and the movies that follow are propelling us down a slippery slope to an even lower low of normalizing violence toward women.
Asa Leveaux believes that the notion of "work life balance" is something that was constructed to make an employee feel better about giving their life to a company. His answer to that which is the title of his book is "f*** balance".
Suzanne Hayen believes that women entering male-dominated industries and companies should adapt to meet their co-workers. Men shouldn't have to act more feminine to make the women comfortable. (Note: I'm not at all talking about sexual harassment. That is always unacceptable.)
Maximiliano Campos hosts The Blind Hour Podcast and has a background in Clinical Psychology, Social Work and Rehabilitation Counseling. He believes people with disabilities should not be treated as incapable individuals who are dependent on the rest of society; while also realizing that it is often ignored that there are gaps between the disabled and non-disabled people.