Podcast Series

Episode 8: Team Building With Philip Folsom

Episode 8: Team Building With Philip Folsom

Philip Folsom found his Passion & Purpose helping teams transform into tribes. His origin story begins in the backwoods of Washington. As a young boy, his parents decided to reject the western lifestyle and build a commune with a group of other families where they...

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Episode 6: Redefining Success With Ian Winer

Episode 6: Redefining Success With Ian Winer

Have your parents ever tried to live vicariously through you?  For my guest in today's podcast, that was what most of his early-life was controlled by: another person's desires. From a young age, all his father wanted was for him to be a star Ice Hockey player....

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Episode 5: Anti-Poaching With Pete Bethune

Episode 5: Anti-Poaching With Pete Bethune

Pete Bethune has been shot at, stabbed with a machete, and held as a captive in a maxim-security Japanese prison. All in the pursuit of his unique passion. He has traveled the world as a wildlife conversationalist, protecting endangered animals. Whether he is...

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Episode 4: Screenwriting With Jordan Roberts

Episode 4: Screenwriting With Jordan Roberts

When we talk about purpose, it’s often thought that a true purpose needs to be grander than oneself, to serve a bigger cause. But what could set a greater example to the world than the compassionate healing of ones own soul so that it may shine bright for others...

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Episode 3: Soccer & Street Children with Joe Hewitt

Episode 3: Soccer & Street Children with Joe Hewitt

Have you ever put yourself at risk in the pursuit of your passion? My guest today has worked in one of Rio’s most dangerous favelas to help at-risk youth through soccer, his name is Joe Hewitt.  He is the CEO and founder of The Sports Creative: a non-profit, creating...

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Episode 2: Civil Rights with Ayanna Najuma

Episode 2: Civil Rights with Ayanna Najuma

On August 19, 1958, 7-year-old Ayanna Najuma, and a group of 12 students together with a High School teacher named Clara Luper, set the stage for a civil rights protest that would sweep the nation in the 1960’s and continues to resonate in modern America through...

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