Confessions Of A Malcontent

“Teach what you need to learn, until you learn it.” — Dr. Wayne Dyer This week I’m recording out from Bloomington, IN, where I just finished up having an awesome weekend with my son at his college.  My experience this weekend caused me to reflect on a specific aspect of myself I’d like to address…


Carly: On Campus Sexual Assault Policy & Protocols

When sexual assaults are reported, particularly in regards to college campuses, our minds typically gravitate toward two notions:  A) to see that the perpetrator is brought to justice, and B) the victim seeks the appropriate course of treatment.  But how often do we consider the nuts of bolts of…


Jeff Wenzler: How Perspective Can Ignite Passion and Purpose

This week’s guest is Jeff Wenzler, founder of Pivotal Directions, a non-profit organization whose goal is to transform the lives of youths by teaching them how to be of service to others. Jeff’s story began at age 20, when his older brother tragically died in his arms, and subsequently inspired him…


Me, Too: My Thoughts…

Me, Too:  My Thoughts...


Mary Shores On Conscious Communications & The Power Of Our Words

This week’s guest is Mary Shores, author of the recently published “Conscious Communications” which focuses on the power that our words have in creating the course of our lives.  Mary’s expertise in this topic was the result of bouncing back from an unfathomable tragedy, to founding a debt…


Blake: Moving On From College Football, Loneliness & Connection During The College Years

This week’s guest is Blake, a college senior at Indiana University.  Blake has a been football player since his youth, and as a big guy, always a fairly dominant one.  But as a college football player, going from the proverbial big fish in the small pond to the opposite proved to be an incredibly…