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Updated August 2020
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“Living a Life in Full” is the conversation you always wanted to have with that person who gave an amazing TED talk, or the author of one your favorite books, or that inspirational Olympian you always wanted to know more about. This show is for the intellectually curious. You want to not just know more about the interesting and the innovative, but also what makes them tick, and maybe even what makes them laugh. It’s graduate-level conversations with those making a difference in the world and ...
 
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Leslie Porterfield is the fastest woman in the world, and that’s on a motorcycle! Let that sink in. She went 232.522 miles per hour on the Bonneville Salt Flats, and thus became a member of the very exclusive “Bonneville 200 MPH Club” and its first woman member. She has also been named Racing Female Rider of the Year by the American Motorcyclist As…
 
“The pandemic has changed most everything—that’s not news. What is perhaps causing people the most unease is that it has removed the illusion of certainty” opines Chris Majer, a noted speaker, author, and designer of organizational transformation processes. He is an authority on organizational cultures, high performing teams and the practices of au…
 
Scott Carney is a bestselling author, anthropologist and investigative journalist whose works blend narrative non-fiction with ethnography. Scott has worked in some of the most dangerous and unlikely corners of the world, spending extensive time in South Asia. He was a contributing editor at Wired for five years and his writing also appears in Moth…
 
Dr. David Fajgenbaum has been so close to death that Last Rites have performed—five times. While in medical school, David became critically ill with idiopathic multicentric Castleman disease. This is his story and his work. He is one the top one-percent youngest grant awardees of a leading NIH grant. He is also Founding Director of the Center for S…
 
Paul Ronto, Director of Digital Content and Chief Marketing Officer at RunRepeat is a fellow data-wonk as he’s part of the recently released report, The State of Ultra Running 2020, produced by RunRepeat and International Association of Ultra-runners, and co-author, Vania Nikolova, PhD. In this episode we discuss their landmark report, The State of…
 
Did you ever wonder if anything ever spooked Warren Buffett? Or how Jeff Koons got started? In the spirit of Tim Ferriss’ books, Tribe of Mentors and Tools of Titans, Gillian Zoe Segal spent five years meeting, interviewing and photographing 30 diversely successful billionaires (Buffett, Sara Blakely, Michael Bloomberg), artists (Jeff Koons, Marina…
 
What if you could create a project to quickly learn the skills to transition to a new role, project, or even profession? What if you could learn a new language, simulate a university degree program, or become good at something that seems impossible to you right now? Well then you’ll enjoy this episode with Scott Young, author of the Wall Street Jou…
 
David Frangioni is quite the polymath—as he is an entrepreneur, award-winning veteran of the music industry, technologist, producer, engineer, author, and perhaps most fundamentally, a drummer. He is the Founder of Audio One and CEO of Frangioni Media and All Access IDA (Inspire and Develop Artists). He has dedicated his life to designing and build…
 
Mariam Pare’ is a visual artist, designer, and speaker. Her paintings and other works have been exhibited locally, internationally, and are in numerous private collections. Her public painting demonstrations have become a visual metaphor to the core of her message—encouraging people toward superior levels of performance and inspiring ideas of innov…
 
How does one go from being a dancer in Prince’s films to a business consultant, start-up founder, mentor and one of Entrepreneur Magazine Top Small Company honoree to a record holding land speed racer on a vintage motorcycle? Well Rebecca Berneck tells us how, and much, much more in this information packed and quite fun conversation. In case you ma…
 
Matt Bailey is a world-traveling writer, photographer, travel consultant, and marketer. He founded and hosts “Canada’s Road to 150,” a 150-day Canada-wide multimedia road trip celebrating Canada’s 150th birthday. He also started Canadian Free Flyers, a membership site that teaches Canadians how to travel the world cost-effectively. Matt studied man…
 
This is the second special edition episode of a limited-run series called Global Innovators—this is in addition to our ongoing monthly episodes. This Special Series focuses specifically work in the humanitarian intervention space. In this episode we meet Dr. Kelly Torres, the Chair of the Chicago School of Professional Psychology’s On-Line Departme…
 
The genetics revolution that will transform our healthcare, the way we make babies, the nature of the babies we make, and ultimately our evolution as a species has already begun. It will arrive far sooner than most of us think and will transform our lives and the world around us in ways we can hardly imagine - and we aren't ready. If you have a sen…
 
How do you feel about marketing? If you’re in sales or have a business, it may be your life blood. But we are all consumers, and sometimes we may feel a bit overwhelmed, spammed and scammed. If that resonates with you, then you’re going to like this episode with Michael Schein, sort of a guerrilla Seth Godin in my opinion. Michael is the CEO of Mic…
 
This is a special edition episode that marks the start of a limited-run series called Global Innovators—this will be in addition to our ongoing monthly episodes. This Special Series will focus specifically work in the humanitarian intervention space. We kick off the series with a dear friend, Dr. Tiffany Masson, Campus Dean of the Online Campus of …
 
What kind of person gains high praise from luminaries like Archbishop Desmond Tutu and Bill Drayton, Founder of Ashoka? Well, Wilford Welch for one. Wilford has been examining world affairs for more than five decades. Aside from his diplomatic work in Asia, he worked internationally in economic development. He was also the publisher of a world affa…
 
Have you ever questioned your “limits?” Maybe it was doing something athletic, or perhaps in your work or even personal life. I think no matter who you are, where you are, or what you do, pushing up against some type of limit is part of what makes a human a human. Some limits may be external or situational. But what about those that we self-impose?…
 
In 2006, I had the pleasure of collaborating with Dr. Mari Fitzduff as we co-edited The Psychology of War, Conflict Resolution and Peace, a three-volume series that was published by Praeger Press. Our mutual publisher, Debbie Carvalko, acted as a matchmaker to pair us up, and I’m honored that she did. I knew of Dr. Fitzduff by reputation as a Profe…
 
At the start of a new year, many of us look to make health-focused changes to our habits and routines. Have you ever wanted to improve your health or athletic performance or endurance or resilience? I certainly am no poster-boy for being a great athlete, but I’m pretty satisfied of where I am today and what I’ve been able to do—especially consideri…
 
Did you ever wondered what the path is like to make it to the Olympics and win a medal? How about taking that approach and finding that it can also be a way to unlock human potential and drive growth in your life and career? If so, then you are going to enjoy learning from John Coyle and his approach to better using time, how to best exploit your s…
 
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to be able to work from anywhere in the world? Of course, you may imagen some exotic local, but what about your second bedroom? Well then Amy Scott is just who you want to learn from. She not only teaches others how to be “Location Independent,” but she lives the life/workstyle in a sustainable and trans…
 
Wouldn’t it be amazing if you could hang out with your family on a long weekend with scores of Nobel laureates, Pulitzer, MacArthur, National Humanities Medal- and Templeton Prize-winners, dozens of Oscar-, Emmy- and Grammy-winners, Supreme Court Justices, Senators, Members of Congress and Governors, many astronauts, 16 former candidates for U.S. P…
 
Heather Dewey-Hagborg is one of the most creative people and orthogonal thinkers I have ever had the pleasure to know. I first met and learned of Heather’s work at the Contemporary Museum of Art in Chicago where she presented as a co-founder and co-curator of REFRESH, an inclusive and politically engaged collaborative platform at the intersection o…
 
Have you ever imagined traveling around the world? Were you inspired by Jules Verne to pack your bags and set forth on a global adventure? Well David Mink has circumnavigated the earth six times, visited six continents and about 50 countries, and he is the current President of the Circumnavigators Club. I didn’t really get to go on vacations as a b…
 
Have you ever wondered how to become an astronaut? Curious as to what it’s like to live in space in a space station? What would you do if a fire broke out on board? Well, Captain Jerry Linenger will tell you all about it, plus his “secret” for being selected to become an astronaut in this riveting episode. Jerry is one of the most down to earth ast…
 
Not only is he a Senior Fellow of the Atlantic Council, technology futurist and geopolitical expert, novelist, blogger, syndicated columnist, and media commentator, but he’s completed thirteen Ironman triathlons, twenty-nine marathons, and twelve ultramarathons. His history is bordering on the superhuman. He previously served as Executive Vice Pres…
 
Did you ever wonder how some physicians choose to go into emergency medicine, as well as what it takes to be successful—on a global scale? What about working in resource poor regions around the world that have multiple high demands following devastating catastrophic events? Dr. Janet Lin is just such a person, and an amazing and inspirational one. …
 
Have you ever met a Medical Futurist? How about someone that has walked from Chicago to Washington, DC, for the bringing attention and a voice to those impacted by healthcare concerns? How about a physician educator who has literally taught around the world? Have you ever known someone who teaches everything from neuroanatomy, cellular and molecula…
 
Did you ever wonder what it’s like to explore the Amazon LOOKING for venomous, poisonous and toxic risks? Or how about pondering what it takes to get in the prestigious National Geographic Explorers Club? Or how about summiting Mt. Aconcagua or making it to Everest Base Camp, or even to Antarctica? How about curiosities as to what makes the Harvard…
 
Have you ever wondered how the world of private equity and venture capital works? What are the ways to get started, how do you know what companies hold promise, how do you build and manage your own company and hold high standards and provide high performance results, year after year? In this episode, Bryan Cressey, Partner and Founder of the health…
 
What do you think is scarier, to be launched off a carrier deck and hit 1200 MPH or to launch a successful healthcare technology company? Well you can find out because my guest on this episode is Richard Gengler, MBA, who has done both—first as a Navy F/A -18 pilot and next as the founding CEO of Prevail Health. Rich grew up in Madison Wisconsin an…
 
Have you ever had a problem with getting in really great shape? Is it that you don’t have enough time, or you can’t afford a gym membership, or you don’t have any exercise equipment at home, or you have a killer travel schedule, or maybe you’re just a bit too inhibited to work-out in front of others. Or maybe you want to augment your workouts to be…
 
Edward Marx is one of the most authentic people I know. He comes from humble beginnings and no silver spoon. Ed had some struggles as a young adult, including a lack of money, being fired from his first job, and having a not-so-stellar college GPA. Fast forward to today and he is CIO of one of the nation’s top healthcare institutions, The Cleveland…
 
Do you want to better understand Augmented Reality in surgery and training, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in diagnostics, DNA editing and CRISPR, precision medicine, big data and predictive analytics, bio-hacking, evidence-based medicine, and the value of incremental medicine? Then you’ll really enjoy this tour-de-force episode with …
 
So how would you travel the world—for years—with no money…? So many of us postpone many of the things we’d like to do, until something else happens first—we wait until we graduate, or until we get married, or until we have enough money, or until we retire—and then we realize, often too late, that we missed out on the experiences that would have enr…
 
Have you ever wondered what it would be like to create your own non-governmental organization, become part of the UN, create policy that changes lives, and travel the world doing so? Well, then, let me introduce you to Jenifer L. White, PhD. She is an international psychologist, an arts-based researcher, author, and the founder of Project 1948. She…
 
Ian Lantz is one of the happiest activists I have ever had the pleasure to call friend. Lots of the other folks I have worked with may have had a grudge, or an ax to grind, or a cross to bear. Not Ian. In spite of a challenging childhood growing up in Los Angeles, he is one of the most giving and caring individuals that I know. It’s almost like he’…
 
In this episode we get to learn about how Colin O’Brady had overcome challenges that would have derailed most of us, and he has done it with a smile and much aplomb! He came back from a severe injury in a faraway land with the help of his mom, family, and friends to become a top professional triathlete—winning overall in his very first competition!…
 
This episode features Glen Heggstad, a renaissance man who has circumnavigated the globe four times, most of which was on a motorcycle—solo. But he would be the first to say he was not alone, as he found friendship and family everywhere he went. He’s also a competition wining master martial artist and instructor, author of two books chronicling his…
 
This show features Sara Fix, owner at Endure It! Sports, and multiple top finisher at the Ironman Triathlon Championships in Kona. She is also an award-winning business woman, coach, and humanitarian—the whole package—as well as an extraordinary mother of three. Learn how to get started in triathlons, getting fit or coming back from an injury, as w…
 
Alastair Wright is the Founder and Managing Director at the Genesus (sic) Foundation. He is an amazing young man, all of 24, who is doing world-changing work while managing all sorts of additional challenges himself and seeing the world. Give it a listen, you won’t be disappointed. Learn more at http://www.alifeinfull.org/ Cheers, Chris…
 
In this episode I talk with Rita Ator, DPT and John Duncombe, DPT, two accomplished distance runners and experienced physical therapists about all things running—injury avoidance, getting started in running, coming back from an injury, and testing your abilities in longer distances like marathons and ultras. A great episode, I hope you will enjoy i…
 
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