Stacie – Turning a love for social events into an example for her daughters.

I knew I was on the right track with interviewing Stacie when, after I asked her to be on the podcast, she said, “Brian, I don’t know if I am that interesting..” Because how many of us have had that feeling, believed that thought? See, for those of us around her, we get inspired byContinue reading “Stacie – Turning a love for social events into an example for her daughters.”

John – Navigating the Unknown

When I asked John to be on the pod-cast, I assumed I would be talking with someone that knew exactly what he wanted his entire life. Having been successful in just about everything he has tried, from playing professional rugby and competing in 2 world cups, to an ag startup that is now international inContinue reading “John – Navigating the Unknown”

Melissa – Jill of All Trades

When I saw the Facebook post about someone that started a gym out of their garage, and were still in operation over a year and a half later, I had to interview them. Turns out, Melissa did not start it out of her garage, and it wasn’t her first business, and I was in forContinue reading “Melissa – Jill of All Trades”

Wyatt – Learning What to Pay Attention to

Can a $1000 funding constraint, a lot of rain, and a philosophy degree be the recipe for success? For Wyatt Warner and Boise Classic Movies, it turns out the answer can be yes. If you know what to look for in failure. I started interviewing Wyatt because I was interested in learning how he cameContinue reading “Wyatt – Learning What to Pay Attention to”

Kilmer – Pursuing Direct Experience (Interview and Podcast)

When Doctors, CEOs, and very wealthy people come up to a person and say “I want your life!” the first question a person might ask is, what the heck does that person do? When you figure out the person is both a Sailboat Captain and a writer the real question is, how the hell doesContinue reading “Kilmer – Pursuing Direct Experience (Interview and Podcast)”