With more than $1.3 trillion owed in student loan debt, Christopher Gray is helping college dreamers see the green light. You may recognize him from “Shark Tank” or Oprah’s SuperSoul 100. When you hear about Christopher's remarkable journey to become the first in his family to attend college and how he created Scholly, an app that's helped students get more than $100 million in scholarship money, you will believe with hard work and a dream, anything is possible.
Dr. Kelly Starrett is a coach, physical therapist, author, speaker and co-founder of San Francisco CrossFit, MobilityWOD and the nonprofit StandUpKids. Kelly has trained every single branch of the military, pro ballers in the NBA, NFL, NHL, Olympic gold medalists, ballet dancers and the list goes on and on. His clients include Laird Hamilton, Tim Ferris, Barbara Walters and Barack Obama. He opens up about his sordid childhood, his anxieties, where he got his nickname “Supple Leopard” and, oh yes, his love life. I hope you enjoy this rare inside look of Kelly’s life inside and outside the CrossFit box.
Juliet Starrett’s truth is she wants to give and receive love and joy to the max in this experience we call life. As co-founder of San Francisco CrossFit, MobilityWOD and StandUp Kids, boy, is she walking the talk. Juliet opens up candidly about her battle with cancer, anxiety around leaving her lucrative job as a lawyer to pursue her dreams, and balancing several businesses, her love life and family.
This episode is all about food, family and faith! Carlos Gaytan, a former contestant on Bravo TV’s “Top Chef” and owner of Chicago’s Mexique, is the first Mexican chef to earn a Michelin star. He opens up about struggling through adversity to achieve his “American Dream” and using his “superhero apron” to give back to others.
“Hamilton” star Ari Afsar, who plays Eliza Schuyler Hamilton and was a former American Idol contestant and Miss California, not only found her voice on Broadway, but is using it to give back through the ACLU and senior citizens.
By day, Coco Tran was a dental hygienist, but at night and on weekends, she dreamed of snapping fabulous pictures. An unexpected layoff from her dental job now has her smiling as she pursues her dream job as a fine arts and wedding photographer.
Working as a television news reporter, Michelle Kennedy narrowly avoided being sent to cover the multi-car accident that killed her father. Her emotions, feelings and grief finally surfaced after she left her broadcasting career to romp around the world, heal and learn one of the most important life lessons — self love. During her trip, she had no choice but to face the truth. She tells it in a hauntingly raw and beautiful way in her book "Don't Pee in the Wetsuit." Join her adventure, pause and reflect through this cathartic conversation.
Salisha Thomas is a Broadway star currently on tour with “Beautiful: The Carole King Musical.” Salisha dishes the truth about the WICKED "Aha!" that made her realize she has what it takes to pursue her dream on the big stage.
Barnet Bain is an award-winning Hollywood filmmaker who’s worked with Robin Williams and Eckhart Tolle, and is an author and co-host of the podcast “Cutting Edge Consciousness.” Discover more about the true art of being in this soul-stirring conversation.
We all have secrets that mask our true selves. Host Toan Lam, former broadcast journalist and founder of Go Inspire Go, unveils his truth and his vision for this podcast — to dare to tell the truth, be bold and be authentically you.