Brittany is a Personal Trainer, Group Exercise Instructor, Kindergarten and 1st Grade Teacher. She has managed through PTSD and Depression as she now tries to raise awareness to Mental Health and promote the impact of health and fitness on mental healing.
Jamil Smith is a visionary by birth. By training, he is an acupuncturist, herbalist, photographer, writer and entrepreneur…His path in life has led him from the conference tables of Wall Street through the veins of New York City and beyond.
Sophie Beren is the Founder and Executive Director of TableTalk Global. TableTalk Global envisions a world in which college and high school students and community members alike can naturally create an inclusive, vibrant campus community, through increased connection and conversation, outside of the classroom.
Today we are joined by Mike Carlito. Mike is a self-described Undercover Mexican. Born of Cuban and Mexican descent yet white presenting, he has had an interesting experience growing up.
Jeff grew up in Alabama and spent a lot of his early adult life traveling and gaining new experiences. He now works as a supplier for the DoD and has developed a passion for politics.
It all ties together with the importance of not keeping quiet when you suspect possible questionable behavior of people in power.
Rakhi is Chief of Staff to Microsoft CVP of Inside Sales, Co-Chair of Women@Microsoft and part of the Forbes Business Development Council.
Coach Kwame now aims to use the struggles he went through to teach young men so they can learn from his journey.
This conversation could not be more timely as September is National Suicide Prevention Month.
The Audacity of what’s possible. Today we go on a ride with our man David.
There is fear or there is love…a poignant thought left with us when we met Alanna Airitam.
It is our pleasure to introduce Phil Hay and we do indeed cover writing, RPGs, baseball, and sitting with discomfort.
Welcome back friends, today we’re joined by The LockWest Monster.
We have the extreme pleasure of introducing Alex aka Shye Eaze. She is an artist, a doer, a creator.
In today’s short episode we have June 2018 updates for the masses.
In this brief follow up we talk about what we learned in “The Stigma Around Mental Illness” with Brescia.
Many struggles with admitting, accepting, or even talking about the challenges they face with mental illness because of this stigma.
This follow up to our conversation with Vu about Fighting The Zombies Of Injustice is short and sweet.
In typical fashion, we follow up with our last episode with a short talk about what we’ve been thinking about.
Today’s conversation is with Ken, a Technical Sales Engineer, a good dude with a lot of interesting thoughts that will force you to think.
Conduct that is believed to be contrary to community standards of honesty, good morals, or justice.
In today’s episode we take a moment to talk about what we learned from our conversation with Felicia.
We are excited to bring this discussion to you. In this episode, we have Felecia Killings.
Welcome back as we took a small respite to enjoy the Thanksgiving holiday with our families and to build out a release docket for the next 6 months that we should all enjoy!
This social experiment we’ve embarked upon as already taught us a lot. We thank you for joining us and we look forward
Join us as we discuss our last episode with Lloyd. If you’ve not listened to the episode with Lloyd yet, you’re doing it wrong – do that first.
Today we learn about Lloyd. Lloyd is gracious to share his story that led him to today where he lives in Los Angeles and is an Activist,