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Dr. Steve Anderson is a storyteller and a lifelong learner who is deeply committed to helping leaders grow. Born out of deep seeded curiosity and passion, Steve launched his podcast as a vehicle for interviewing accomplished leaders who excel in building cultures and developing teams that create impact and deliver value to customers, employees and stakeholders. In this capacity, he is able to tap into his experience as a CEO of a $75 million-dollar company and a 39 year career as a Physical ...
 
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Mark Anderson started a small physical therapy office in a house in Park City, Utah and 35+ years later he is the CEO of Mountain Land Rehab with locations in 4 western states. Mark is the epitome of class. Great guy, someone who is easy to be around, great sense of humor and a very giving mindset. He builds relationships and gives back to his comm…
 
This week we’re launching our scary stories for October! “The Furnished Room” was first published in 1906 in O. Henry’s collection of short stories “The Four Million”. The story was inspired by the West 16th Street, Flatiron District in New York City. Looking at the houses, O. Henry had some serious imaginings about what dramas played out in the fu…
 
Alan J. Murray is president of Empire BlueCross BlueShield’s commercial plan in New York. Alan possesses an in-depth knowledge of the healthcare industry and specifically the New York market which greatly benefits our consumers, customers and provider partners in New York. Prior to joining Empire, he most recently served as the founding President a…
 
Montgomery is most well known for her “Anne” books – beginning with “Anne of Green Gables”. It was said she wrote “stories of the heart” and the two stories I’ll be reading are exactly that: “The Girl and the Photograph” and “The Letters”. Although “Anne” was her most popular book, during her lifetime, Montgomery published twenty novels, over 500 s…
 
The first story, “A Dark-Brown Dog” is an allegory of the Jim Crow South. For decades after the Civil War, African Americans remained in serf-like conditions, beholden to an employer or landowner, lacking basic rights. White supremacy campaigns surged. Federal protections were established to offer basic civil rights (Amendments 13-15, called the Re…
 
Mike Horsfield returns to the program to discuss what lessons were learned while leading in new territory during an international pandemic. He self admits he gets geared up and actually enjoys "a train wreck" to lead through and COVID 19 certainly pushed him to a new level of crisis management. Communicating with your people and being transparent i…
 
Errol Doebler has had what most people would think is an exciting life. From the Naval Academy to a Navy Seal and then an FBI agent his life has been certainly interesting. He had some hard lessons to learn along the way and had to learn how to reinvent himself after everything he fought so hard for to become a Navy Seal was taken away when he was …
 
Since it is September, and many believe September is not too soon to prepare for Halloween, this story is about a man’s encounter with a clairvoyant medium capable of conjuring the dead. Is it a miracle, or explained by the science of magnetism? “There are no dead souls; they are undying and can always appear, when they like…. They are always about…
 
Green has been called “the mother of the detective novel”. She is credited with shaping detective fiction into its classic form, and developing the series detective. As journalist Kathy Hickman writes, Green “stamped the mystery genre with the distinctive features that would influence writers from Agatha Christie and Conan Doyle to contemporary aut…
 
Jeff Ostrowski is the first guest to be on the program for a second time. He was interviewed about 15 months ago shortly after he was diagnosed with stage IV pancreatic cancer in the prime of his life. On episode 45 he goes deep and shares how devastating the news was and how difficult chemotherapy was to get through. In this episode we check back …
 
Discussion with Jimmy McKay a physical therapist who earned his degree in Communications and entered his dream job as a Rock radio station DJ. He later discovered physical therapy as he was training for an Ironman competition and one of the guys on the team was a PT. We discuss the long road to switch gears and get into and through PT school. We al…
 
Gabby Reece is not only a volleyball legend, but an inspirational leader, New York Times bestselling author, wife, and mother. The former professional beach volleyball player and Nike's first female spokeswoman is the definition of both athleticism and beauty. Gabby won an athletic scholarship to Florida State University where she played two season…
 
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