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The Waiting is the Hardest Part: How to Be Patient on Your Journey Toward Significance

If you’re in the midst of a career transition or a large project, the advice to “enjoy the journey” or “be patient” is just plain irritating, right? For success-minded individuals, living in the moment can feel nearly impossible. Yet it’s monumentally important. As American philosopher Dallas Willard so eloquently said, “We must ruthlessly eradicate hurry ... Read More
 

27- The Power of Mentors and Mantras with Beth Stiner

To kick off this episode of Equal Chance To Be Unequal, Beth Stiner shared an awesome story about how she didn’t make her high school’s JV volleyball team. She had a choice. Should she give up playing volleyball or choose to find new ways to get better? She chose to volunteer that year for the ... Read More
 

24- What You Can’t Not Do with Sentari Minor

Sentari and my conversation seemed effortless. He’s in the business of driving generational change through the development and engagement of accomplished and purposeful local leaders. My mission is to unlock human potential through the development of personal and professional well-being. We were able to flow smoothly from discussing his and my time in undergraduate programs ... Read More
 

15- Greatness Is Your Obligation with Lisa Guice

I don’t know how she does it, but Lisa has an incredible memory and ability to recite quotes and impactful statements. As we discussed pivotal moments in her life – from early 7th grade memories believing she was meant for more to trans-personal psychology classes she took in high school to her mother being diagnosed ... Read More
 

It Takes Years To Become An Overnight Success

If you’re in the United States, you may have voted last Tuesday. Democracy can be awesome in that it offers most everyone, regardless of socioeconomic status, the opportunity to cast a vote for a person or measure impactful to a group of citizens. You have a voice, your perspective matters, and you deserve to be ... Read More
 

13- How Our Mess Becomes Our Message with Lindsay Smith

Lindsay’s journey to today has been anything but smooth. From being a quiet and shy child, to taking over the family business at age 21, to divorcing an abusive husband, to leaving corporate America to launch Be Still Yoga, Lindsay has overcome considerable odds to inspire the community she serves. Hear Lindsay talk about her ... Read More