Additional Episodes

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Andy Andrews
Episode 13
November 28, 2017

Andy Andrews, author of the hugely successful book "The Traveler's Gift" shares the difference between wisdom and knowledge, why quitting becomes a habit, and the secrets he has shared with the last 9 college football national champions.

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Clint Hill and Lisa McCubbin
Episode 12
November 21, 2017

This week we share our interview with former secret service agent to JFK and Jackie Kennedy, Clint Hill. Clint shares his first hand account of the assassination of JFK including running up on to the car to protect Jackie after the shooting. Clint also reveals his opinions on the newly released documents and the evidence for Lee Harvey Oswald.

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Peter Sheahan
Episode 11
November 14, 2017

Innovative business thinker and author of "Matter" Peter Sheahan shares how to find your eureka moment, the power of working through the complex to get to the simple and how Burberry has kept itself relevant for over a century.

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Bob Goff
Episode 10
November 7, 2017

Human rights lawyer and best selling author Bob Goff stops by to share how he gets countries that hate each other to come together, the power of "what if" thinking, and how to know when to do something crazy.

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Daymond John
Episode 9
November 1, 2017

Star of Shark Tank, entrepreneur and New York Times best selling author Daymond John shares how his job waiting at Red Lobster led to his current success, why you should be answering emails on the treadmill, and his philosophy that it's not about the numbers its about the people.

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Donald Miller
Episode 8
October 24, 2017

Multiple New York Times best selling author, entrepreneur and writer of "Building a Story Brand" Donald Miller shares the ways story shape our lives, tips to be more like Obi Wan Kenobi and how a clear and concise message won an election.

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Yossi Ghinsberg
Episode 7
October 17, 2017

Amazon survivor and the inspiration behind the film “Jungle”, Yossi Ghinsberg shares his story of survival in the amazon, his true impressions of being played by Daniel Radcliffe, and what he discovered about the true meaning of life.

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Judge Jeanine Pirro
Episode 6
October 10, 2017

Emmy winning TV host and the first female District Attorney and Judge of her area Jeanine Pirro, stops by to share her thoughts on the tv show Making a murderer, advice for the next generation of female attorneys, and going to her first homicide scene.

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Andy Buckley
Episode 5
September 26, 2017

Actor Andy Buckley from The Office shares his story of landing the role of David Wallace, balancing life as a real life financial advisor at Merril Lynch while being the CFO of the fictional Dunder Mifflin and the joy of getting 10 second parts in movies.

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Josh Linkner
Episode 4
September 19, 2017

Award Winning Entrepreneur and New York Times best selling author Josh Linkner shares his biggest business mistakes, insights from his recent book Hacking Innovation and how to brainstorm more effectively through role playing.

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Col. Mark Tillman
Episode 3
September 11, 2017

Former Air Force one Pilot Col. Mark Tillman shares his untold story of flying the president on 9/11, deciphering information in the fog of war and bringing the Commander-in-Chief to Ground Zero

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Elisabeth Hasselbeck
Episode 2
September 11, 2017

Elisabeth Hasselbeck stops in to share her story of how she ended up at a dinner with the Queen of England, wisdom she learned from Barbara Walters and how to handle failures as a mother.

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Sean Astin
Episode 1
September 11, 2017

Sean Astin stops by to share stories from the set of his biggest roles his philosophy on life, and learning how to cry on camera.

About beyond speaking


Early in my childhood, in a single-mom household with four kids, we coudln't afford cable, but my mom was able to get her hands on a set of encyclopedias. I'd choose a letter at random and read away. I loved learning interesting, new and unexpected things, and I've carried that with me my whole life. I now find myself as the president of one of the largest speakers bureaus in the US, where I'm able to talk to and learn from some of the most amazing people in the world (It's totally cheating, I know!).

Just like you, I'm always busy and strapped for time, so I only want to focus these interviews on stories from these speakers and writers that are interesting and unexpected, that go beyond the normal to the fascinating. If you and I are going to spend our time on this, it better be worth. Thanks for going on this journey with me!