September 4, 2020

Taking a leap of faith

I talk with my friend Andrew about what it takes to make a long-distance relationship work, the evolution of friendships, gaining perspective from traveling the world, and some of the lessons he’s learned from his parents for raising his daughter.

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Today, I’m talking with my friend Corey, a professional photographer and entrepreneur, about the difference between professional and amateur photographers, what it's been like owning his own photography business and what he learned from spending time in Cuba.

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I talk with my friend Dusty about his journey to becoming a history teacher, why it's important for him to teach critical thinking skills, and how our society will remember the year 2020.

I chat with my friend Reed about the lessons we can learn from the bubbles in professional sports, finding competition in reality TV show brackets, and his journey of going back to school.

August 9, 2020

Like fathers, like sons

I talk with my friend Jerzy about how our dads lived together 45 years before we did, his career as a journalist, what it's like living in Portland right now, and what he's learning about himself during the pandemic.

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I have a unique opportunity to visit with my friend Tyler, who I grew up with back in Alaska before he moved to Nebraska when he was 16. We talk about what he's learned as a dad of three boys, his experience living in a handful places across the country and we compare notes about moving to Nebraska from the Last Frontier.

July 19, 2020

Leading by example

I catch up with my friend Gerald about his experience as a manager at one of the largest hotels west of the Mississippi, sinking a hole-in-one and becoming a Godfather. If you like what you hear, share it with a friend, leave us a review and subscribe so you can get the latest episodes immediately.

I visit with my friend Andy about the impact music has on our daily lives, his path to becoming a head chef and his journey to sobriety. If you like what you hear, share it with a friend, leave us a review and subscribe so you can get the newest episodes immediately. 

In this special Fourth of July edition, I talk with Reed about how we're going to celebrate America's birthday and why it's important to reflect on how our country came into existence. I hope your Fourth is filled with friends, family and fireworks as you unplug from your daily grind and recharge.

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Have a fun and safe Fourth of July weekend!

June 28, 2020

Staying on course

My friend Tyler has found himself in a leadership role at a nonprofit while he's getting his master's degree. He's taking some of the lessons he's learned to become more focused on his goals and to be a better leader, both in his organization and in his future classroom.

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