The Home Place | Dr. J. Drew Lanham

My interview with Dr. J. Drew Lanham of Clemson University explores the art of ‘claiming’ and how being present can transcend time and space. This is Part One of my conversation with Drew. Drew Lanham is an Alumni Distinguished Professor of Wildlife Ecology, Master Teacher and Certified Wildlife Biologist at the Forestry and Environmental Conservation […]

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BBQ, Wine & Jazz, All the Time | Brian Henderson

Master Sommelier and Musician, Brian Henderson, has a knack for living life with improvisational style and ease – both of which are born of his craving for intellectual understanding and dedication to mastery of his life’s passions.  Brian’s story is inspiring and full of the joy life brings us when we allow ourselves the freedom […]

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Making Waves | Chris Fischer – OCEARCH

Chris Fischer is disrupting the status quo and forging new paths as Founding Chairman and Expedition Leader of OCEARCH – carving out new ways of operating both on and off the water that have captured the attention of thought leaders and organizations around the globe. OCEARCH is recognized worldwide for generating critical scientific data related […]

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Breathing Room | Lauren Rosenfeld

It was a pleasure when author, Lauren Rosenfeld, joined us to chat about her co-authored book, ‘Breathing Room: Open Your Heart by Decluttering Your Home’. Lauren’s wisdom is insightful for anyone who wants to declutter consciously. Her process invites tremendous growth and self-knowledge for the person decluttering.  “Cleaning out your cupboards isn’t just about a […]

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Free Days with George | Colin Campbell

  New York Times Best Selling author, Colin Campbell, brings us up to speed with his life-changing journey since the release of his book, Free Days with George, which recounts the inspirational tale of Colin’s life with his 140 lbs Newfoundland rescue dog following his divorce. Stay up to date with Colin and George at […]

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Conservation in our Modern World | St. Simons Land Trust

David H. Pope, the Executive Director of the St. Simons Land Trust, in St. Simons Island, Georgia, USA chats about Conservation in our Modern World and how the land trust is making a difference on the island. The land trust works diligently to preserve, protect and enhance the island’s natural and scenic character for future […]

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Mental Wellness for First Responders | Nick Halmasy

Forget that you’ve heard that this career will cause you trauma. Can it…yes, of course it can… but will it…no. It doesn’t have to. This career doesn’t have to be the end of your mental wellness. It can actually be the beginning of your mental flourishing – Nick Halmasy My series with Nick Halmasy covers […]

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Storytelling through Song and Film | Ian Foster

Canadian Songwriter, Producer, and Filmmaker, Ian Foster, chats about songwriting, performing and film making – joining us live during his North American tour. Ian is an extraordinary storyteller with many talents – touring songwriter, music producer, film director, writer, and composer. All of these different facets come together like never before on his new album […]

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Lighting the Fire Within | Sheri Fisher

Sheri Fisher, Co-Chair of Camp L.I.F.T. Committee, Cramahe Township, Ontario, Canada, Fire Department chats about Camp L.I.F.T. – which strives to provide young ladies (ages 11-13)with an interactive training experience through fire service related skills to build confidence, encourage teamwork and promote interpersonal skill development. By exposing young ladies to non-traditional careers for women, the […]

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The Power of Different

From time to time I like to share a book that inspires me.   And, this one sure does. The Power of Different highlights what so many of us have grown to know – that much of what has been traditionally been throw into the ‘disorder’ pile can more often that not be a treasure-trove […]

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