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Ep 050 The Listening Project – A Solo Podcast with Daniel Bruce Levin

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Feb 24, 2020

For episode 50, i decided to try something different. i decided to record the podcast by myself, as i have been wanting to share so much with you of what life is looking like moving forward that i thought EPISODE 50 was a great milestone to do just that. i hope you love it

Listen in to hear:

  • The story about writing The Mosaic
  • Elisa’s story and the solution to conflict resolution. Speak>Yell>Tantrum>Destroy
  • How everyone i work with does these same exact things
  • How the characters spoke to me
  • How Mo, The Protagonist of the Mosaic told me to set out on the road and do what he did
  • I have sat with the richest of the rich and the poorest of the poor and what no one has ever asked me to do
  • Everyone wants the same thing. Find out what that it
  • The story of a homeless man i metThat is why i will be spending the next year on a journey across America to listen to those who do not feel heard. The mission is called THE  LISTENING PROJECT.
  • I need your help. A MOSAIC is not made from one piece if you feel inspired by this journey, become a part of it and join me in whatever way you feel drawn to do so:
    • host me in your home
    • provide a space for a listening session gathering
    • sponsor a portion of the trip, a vehicle for me to travel in, a train pass for the year
    • provide a warm meal and a hot shower
    • get media for me in your town
    • introduce me to your friends
    • set up a book signing in your local bookstore
  • to learn more about me and the work i am doing please go to my websites
  • To buy a copy of my book The Mosaic please either order a signed copy online at my website or get an unsigned copy on Amazon http://a.co/dvgsgG3

Ep 049 The Category of One with Patty Dominguez

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Feb 14, 2020

Patty Dominguez is the founder of Positioning to Profit. She helps small business owners establish their Category of One status . 

She believes true expert positioning is comprised of two parts:: external (following a proven framework) and internal (aligning at the core), because your business results will always meet your identity. 

Once again, i meet anther person who i didn’t know who after speaking with her, i feel like i have known her for 100 years.

  • how does the process of giving and receiving actually work
  • there is a resonance that when you come from a place of giving not taking
  • when you get out of what you think it is going to be, there is a knowingness that everything we need will come
  • letting go and receiving the fresh new energy to come in
  • just be becomes become empty
  • how would you imagine growing up with parents who had no expectation of you to be a certain thing. listen and hear. how are you raising your kids?
  • hear what it is like to grow up as a minority without speaking english for the first year or so
  • how feeling alone and picked on contributed to her developing a stutter  
  • how little teachers and people thought of her and how she knew she was something more
  • what would we believe if we were able to let go of who the world says we are
  • the most difficult thing in my life became my deepest gift and what that gift was.
  • if we are trying to get beyond being something why would we label ourselves that?
  • if something doesn’t feel right, don’t do it.
  • the biggest fear in her life, how it kept her from being able to do what she wanted and how she overcame it.
  • the moment that switched everything
  • how to shift identity
  • the realisation that the voiceless are also the people that stutter
  • the scariest thing about the work she does.
  • what she would say to her 25 year old self.
  • the value of time
  • how what we do for other is really only what we are searching to do for ourselves
  • the category of one and what it means
  • very expensive conversation about a cookie
  • what is it that makes you, you? and the art of positioning.
  • making the competition irrelevant
  • feel into things; look for what truly feels good


Discover your “Positioning to Profit” Potential with this quiz and supporting report: http://positioningquiz.com 




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Ep 048 The Magic of Human Connection with Brian Miller

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Brian Miller is a magician turned author, speaker, podcast host, and consultant on human connection. 

His TEDx talk How to Magically Connect with Anyone 

has been viewed over 3 million times, and Publishers Weekly said his book Three New People brilliantly outlines a system for deepening relationships.

  • I love how Brian answers a simple question in a deep and interesting way. Listen to find out what that westin and answer is.
  • how does someone who feels separate, still feels completely normal
  • living in completely different parental houses with completely different philosophies and how these different ways of living in the world affected me.
  • authoritarian vs democratic ways of parenting
  • growing up in 2 hoes that were completely different and how that set the tine for my life navigating different perspectives of the same thing and seeing the truth in both of them.
  • connecting through the disruption of 2 equally powerful but different core values
  • the juxtppostioning of being with each parent and anding my balance and my need for stability
  • 15 minutes of difference
  • watching the way 2 different worlds solve problems
  • 2 different perceptions of the same world help me see others perspectives better
  • the facts are the facts.
  • as a magician, you are operating fro a completely different perspective and how you create magic
  • we connect with people because of our differences
  • what brought him to magic?
  • the draw of magic to the scientific mind
  • find out what Brain feels is the beauty and wonder of magic
  • how magic brings wonder on command like nothing else does
  • a conversation on deception vs. a change of perception
  • perceived reality is not reality, it is perceived reality.
  • how he uses magic to get us to a new place
  • when a decision w=someone makes confuses you, what 3 questions can you ask to better understand them?
  • the reconciliation of magic and the world of human connectivity
  • how to use the deception of magic now as a means to an end rather than an end in itself. 
  • are we sick of deception or living in a world of deception all of the time
  • an in depth discussion on deception
  • is the opposite of deception a real, pure connection.
  • what is the core question of magic?
  • defining deception and perception?
  • are we on the precipice of the best time ever?
  • the one thing we can do to move the needle forward to a world we want to give to our children and their children 
  • the 6 word mantra to change the world
  • conversations where we disagree do not have to be arguments



Weekly blog: http://HumanConnection.blog

Podcast: https://BeyondNetworkingPodcast.comÂ

Book: https://ThreeNewPeople.comÂ


Please especially note this:

Beyond Networking, a podcast where we help you build a sustainable career by leveraging the power of connection (formerly One New Person). Featuring intimate conversations with legends and leaders of industries about the relationships, connections, and chance encounters that got them there.

to learn more about Daniel Levin

please go to: www.DanielBruceLevin.com and/or www.TheMosaicOnline.com

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Ep 047 From Fearful to Courageous with Samantha Riley

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Jan 8, 2020

Samantha Riley

I met Samantha as we were both guests on this podcast


where the host had a ton of trouble getting his show connected,

so in that time we were waiting, Samantha and I started speaking to each other and we had  a great connection,  I appeared on her podcast and now it is my pleasure to have her on mine.

Samantha is an international business growth and marketing coach, a speaker,

a #1 best-selling author of the book “The Heart of Entrepreneurship”;

She is the host of the Thought Leaders Business Lab Podcast and creator of the Business Success Academy where she states that she will increase your income to 6 figures a month within 6 months time

She works with thought leaders, authors, speakers, coaches and consultants,

helping them create profitable businesses that allow them to live the lifestyle of fulfillment and freedom they desire.

Most importantly, she loves to draw out and amplify the unique ‘Diamond Factor’ of every client she work with, so they can shine even more brilliantly and be positioned as the expert – the best of the best!

in this podcast, you will hear

  • how a mistake on the part of the person hosting us opened the door to something else that was right in front of us
  • how the fires in Australia puts life in perspective
  • how the opportunity to answer a simple question can reflect back to us our perspective on life
  • how seeing the same thing differently creates a completely different life
  • how the words we say can completely change our perspective
  • the different messages we get and the stories we tell from watching and listening to the stories we hear our parents tell. we listen to the same thing but only hear a small part of  it, giving a completely different perception of the life we choose to live
  • what she thought would be forever, did not last forever, and what came as a result of doing what she never expected she would
  • when she took away the things she thought she wanted, doors opened to show possibilities to do what she actually wanted.
  • the magic in stepping out of what we have always done, the more we get the courage to step out further.
  • do what you love doing today and it will lead you to the next thing you love doing
  • the courage or whatever the words is that allows us to open to new possibilities
  • the story she had of courageous people
  • the surprise that came when she asked people what they thought of her
  • take the step and the courage will come
  • hear about the “sprints” she offers to help people within 6 month she can take you to a 6 figure income.
  • the speed of implementation
  • what blocks us and what is the essential thing you need to do to get going.
  • your little black book of resourcefulness
  • how to get past doing the things that don’t work and keep going to find the way that is unique to you
  • who are the people that this doesn’t work for and who does it work for and the secret sauce that allows you to get from the one person to the other
  • make a new choice
  • know how to position yourself in relationship to the person you are with
  • we need to allow mindset and strategy to dance together
  • hear her answer to the question, “is this the world you always dreamed of giving to your children and your children’s children.

To learn more about Samantha please go to her website:


To learn more about Danny please go to his websites:



to buy Danny’s book The Mosaic go to: http://a.co/dvgsgG3



Ep 046 The Experience of Being Human with Lorna Davis

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Dec 26, 2019

I found Lorna Davis through listening to her TedTalk. She is brilliant, funny and offers such a fresh perspective on life.

i think you will find that same quality of fresh perspective in our conversation together in this podcast. i certainly did.

Background Information:

Lorna Davis transforms the way leaders operate so that they can incorporate social, environmental and financial priorities into their business performance.

Lorna inspires, coaches and provokes leaders to use business as a force for good. She runs group workshops, coaches individuals and is a highly sought after keynote speaker. She also serves on the board of a number of organizations that are committed to having meaningful purpose.

Lorna is now based in New York City where she runs Lorna Davis and Associates, working as a coach, speaker and facilitator.

She is a Global Ambassador for the B Corp movement. Lorna is passionate about wildlife conservation, particularly the plight of the African rhino.

Sit back and relax so that your mind and heart can absorb The Experience of Being Human.

On this podcast you will hear:

  • a conversation around different perspectives seeing the same point
  • the power of curiosity living in a constricted environment
  • the practice of following threads
  • instead of a plan, take the next step that appears to be obvious
    • go back to the last time you felt alive and connect to htat and then take the next obvious step
  • the importance of finding the connection to your own joy
  • the most powerful object she owns is a snow globe. hear why.
  • the settled mind vs. the thought storm
  • the simplicity of just doing the obvious
  • how we achieve settled mind
  • the reward and pain of the hero mind
  • the assumptions around if this happens, I will be safe.
  • the power of just noticing
  • the intrigue of the human condition
  • anchoring ourselves in something that is in the present moment
  • a short discussion on Ram Dass and his passing
  • the illusion of being separate and the human condition
  • the love of the attachment of being a human
  • reflections back on seeing how what we were connects to the what we are now
  • listen to a story of perspective and how relative it is
    • spend time with people living different lives than you live
    • the hangover experience
      • just knowing whatever we are going through will pass brings comfort
    • the trap of waiting for it to come
    • how afraid we are of pain
    • the experience of being human
    • the chemical impact of a thought is 90 seconds
    • in conversation with others is often where we get most stuck. watch the stories we say over and over again t the people we speak to and see if you can change the way we tell those stories.
      • we practice stories that we tell others that keep us stuck
      • experience the way you are telling your stories to others

to learn more about Lorna Davis, please go to the following resources:

Website: www.lornadavis.net

Twitter @lorna_davis10

listen to her Ted Talk:


to learn more about Daniel Levin, please go to the following resources:

Websites: www.DanielBruceLevin.com    www.TheMosaicOnline.com

to buy Danny’s book, The Mosaic, please go here: http://a.co/dvgsgG3

Ep 045 Love Money Money Loves You with Sarah McCrum

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Dec 18, 2019

Take one human being. Add a Cambridge University education and 10 years in BBC Radio. Mix in 22 years of training with Chinese Masters. Then combine with a lot of common sense, diverse life experiences and a passion for inspiring leaders. The result is Sarah McCrum and she’s different to anything you’ve experienced before.

From the moment you connect with her you are led towards a world of relaxed inner peace and happiness. It’s a world where the laws of life are constantly challenged in an easy-going, friendly way. A world where you will discover more about yourself than you ever imagined, and your greatest potential will thrive. 

After 22 years training with Chinese Masters Sarah experiences the world differently from most and this has transformed her life. She has a passionate curiosity about what makes people work at their best, and an almost magical ability to solve problems through dialogue. Her unique way of sharing peace and happiness touches the hearts of individuals, groups and crowds. It’s a powerful combination.

As a coach for leaders and business owners, Sarah is known for injecting spirit and energy into the whole family as she helps her clients shift perspectives and change their lives through simple conversations.

She has also become one of my mentors and i can tell you from my own personal experience, the more i listen to what money is saying to me, the more things start to change in my relationship with it. It makes complete sense when I think about tit, because how can i have a relationship with someone or something, if i never give it a chance to tell me what it wants to say to me. If you get nothing more from this podcast than just this one simple perceptual shift, it will be one of themes important gifts you have ever given yourself.

In this podcast, you will hear:

  • A fresh new innovative perspective on Money
  • Why so many people who are ”spiritual” don’t have money and why so many people who have money don’t have fulfillment.
  • A powerful question: What is money trying to say to you?
  • a beautiful moving audio of Chapter 1 of her book, Love Money Money Loves You that shares with you what money is trying to say to you. Listen to this everyday if you can and feel what happens.
  • An invitation to see if your relationship with money is similar to your relationship to your significant other and to life itself
  • How the marriage of money and fulfillment is the life we all seek
  • How your relationship to money is the key to having a beautiful life.
  • That first moment when you realize that everything in the world is speaking to you
  • How everything you want is right in front of you
  • I invite you to get to know Sarah work and allow it to shift some of your perspectives. You will be happy you did.

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Ep 044 The Story Behind The Storyteller with Noah benShea

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Dec 12, 2019

Noah benShea is one of North America’s most respected and beloved poet philosophers. He is a Pulitzer Prize nominated, international Best Selling author of 25 books translated into 18 languages.

He was a dean at UCLA at the age of 22 and at 30 a Fellow at several esteemed “think tanks”. He has served as a private advisor to corporate and political leaders

If you look at the testimonials he lists on his page it is a virtual who’s who of people you would love to sit with for even just a moment, but the one that touches me is from a childhood hero of mine Sandy Koufax, a Jewish pitcher for the Los Angeles Dodgers.

People told me I reminded them of him, that my book The Mosaic reminded them of his book, Jacob the Baker

I have loved our correspondence and Noah’s brilliance, wit and kindness and it is with pleasure that I welcome him to:

Here is what you will hear in this podcast interview:


  • the humble beginnings to a beautiful life that planted the seeds of greatness in him and the grace of humility
  • the beautiful feeling of how loved he felt growing up with his parents.
  • an interesting view of reincarnation
  • the moment bwtween Christmas and New Years Eve when he was watching the great business guru Peter Drucker on PBS and the question Peter asked that made him feel like he was sitting with a Zen Master
  • what he feels his work truly is
  • his counsel on how to be a source of strength to people
  • when you live on a ball spinning 160,000 miles an hour you will lose your balance sometimes. how do we deal with that?
  • self abusive vs. self accountable
  • if you were to treat every person as the savior it wouldn’t make any difference if they were the savior or not. and the evolution of his character, Jacob the Baker and how the book came to be written.
  • how he started a bakery thinking it would be fun, but it turned out to be much more, it became a big success.
  • play the part not the result and what that means
  • when he told me the story of his book, Jacob the Baker, I realized why people said I reminded them of him. Jacob the Baker could be right out of The Mosaic.
  • what is the magic behind playing the part that brings success as you look at it now in retrospect.
  • the knowledge he received when he was invited to give so many talks was not to carry the bag of his knowledge with him but rather the understanding needed to hear the truth he was to be aware of his deafness, to see the truth to become aware of his blindness to know wisdom to realize his ignorance.
  • the feeling of being blessed and still needing to find his way
  • what does the story behind his story say that he has never been able to say
  • the journey of birth, death and learning
  • the biggest surprise he experienced in his life. hear him explain this.
  • the beauty of real humor and how he loves to laugh
  • what is the one thing he would recommend we do to make this the world we want to give to our children and our children’s children.

To learn more about Noah benShea

websites: https://www.noahbenshea.com  and/or www.collegeofcaring.com

facebook: https://www.facebook.com/noahbenshea

twitter: https://twitter.com/noahbenshea


To learn more about Danny

websites: www.DanielBruceLevin.com  and/or www.TheMosaicOnline.com

to get my book The Mosaic, please go to: http://a.co/dvgsgG

to contact me, email me: danny@TheMosaicOnline.com

also, please leave a review of this podcast on The Mosaic Podcast on AppleTunes and if you liked it please leave a 5* rating for The Mosaic Podcast

thank you for sharing your time with us and for listening to this conversation

Ep 043 A Conversation With My Muse with Sandra Sedgbeer

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Nov 15, 2019

Sandra Sedgbeer says: “Like all of us, I’m an alchemist; a magician; an artist, explorer, and a creator. I see life as a grand adventure, a play that can have as many acts and rewrites as I can envision. I’ve enjoyed trying on different faces in different phases, stretching my creative muscles, discovering different talents, and exploring the limits of my “What if…?” kind of mindset.

Of course, if you read my CV or what people have said about me, you’ll learn enough to start building some kind of picture. Like… how I started my career as a magazine journalist… became an author…  and a conceptualizer, developer and Managing Editor of magazines…”

All of that is well and good but for me, Sandie is my muse. She is the one that drew out of me, the most important work I have done in my life. It is her patience, her kindness, her relentless desire to not let me get away with something less than what was possible that makes me forever indebted to her. She is the reason, The Mosaic exists.


This is what you will hear on this podcast:


  • The importance of having a Muse and my excitement at havng you meet my Muse
  • hear how everything in the world speaks to us if we would only listen
  • listen to how the father she never knew (he died several months before she was born) and how she was brought up in a very poor environment; the story of how the neighbors thought Sandra was being left alone too much and how social services took her away from her mother
  • how do you forgive and find positivity out of negative situations
  • how an observer is given the opportunity to observes things she would never have seen
  • how the impact of this experience made her feel
  • how it created in me a drive to succeed and what that did to me
  • the story of someone calling her who knew her years and years ago
  • a download that she had and what a download means
  • a big moment of realization that she experienced and what she embraced from that point
  • the story she tells in not just her story, but yours as well. This is the Muse-ness of Sandie.
  • when something drops in and you can’t find the thoughts to explain it, that little space that opens up is the download
  • that moment where a perception shifts
  • The story of The Blind Woman and its relevance to the world we live in
  • the bond of The Muse and the person who comes to them. The bond we experienced and how we both influenced each other and how she has never worked with anyone else like that before.
  • how important it is to have someone hear who you are and not let you get away with being anything less than you are
  • the courage it takes to go in and touch another persons soul.
  • find out what she thinks is the most important thing in the world
  • the difference in the way we feel when we give up what we think and listen to what is being given to us
  • the beauty of knowing yourself and pulling you out of you
  • and more . . .

to contact Sandra Sedgbeer:


FACEBOOK # 1 PAGE – This is the main one   https://www.facebook.com/sandra.sedgbeer

FACEBOOK # 2 PAGE – this is a second one where I mostly post only about shows (shows are also posted on the above one) https://www.facebook.com/sandiesedgbeer/

TWITTER:   @sandiesedg

LINKED IN:  Sandie Sedgbeer

THE NO B.S. SPIRITUAL BOOK CLUB info/registration page if people want to go straight there




sandiesedgbeer.com and sandrasedgbeer.com both forward to sedgbeer.com


To contact Daniel Levin please go to:



to have an appointment with Danny for a Perspective Shift Session, please go to:


to buy a copy of The Mosaic please go to:


or from Amazon at : http://a.co/dvgsgG3





Ep 042 You Were Born A Winner with Shawn Harper

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Shawn Harper’s accomplishments as a motivational speaker were not achieved over night it was a process that stemmed from childhood.

Shawn’s childhood was marked with poverty, by 5th Grade he was documented with  five learning disabilities, stuttering, academic failure, drugs, and alcohol. This was a process he had to endure to develop strength of character to become the confident man he is today.

He is a former NFL offensive lineman who played a total of seven seasons with the Rams, the Oilers, the Colts, and NFL Europe.  Since 2004 he has owned and operates American Services and Protection, a multi-million-dollar security services firm headquartered in Columbus, Ohio.  A Motivational Speaker and an Author. His journey from the grit and sweat of the NFL locker room to the corporate culture of the boardroom proved that he could win in both worlds by using many of the same principles and strategies!

As a powerful, nationally-recognized motivational speaker, Shawn Harper has inspired countless individuals and corporations such as Dow Chemical, Northwest Mutual, Beach Body, Chambers Of Commerce, Michigan Aggregates Association and Goodwill Industries to maximize their resources, harness their potential, and manifest their vision.  Growth and reproduction in the areas of leadership, capacity, teamwork, adversity, and communications are the hallmarks of winners.

Harper understands that on the journey to victory, obstacles will arise and challengers will push back, but he believes that “a setback is just a setup for a comeback”!

Discover more about the concepts that catapulted him to the front of the line in his book “The Winning Edge, 8 Principles that Will Bring Out the Winner in You” on Amazon.com and visit his website at shawnharper.org.


What you will hear on this podcast:

  • The feeling that comes when you meet someone and feel them without even knowing them
  • Who you are is not who you will always be, it is just who you are in this moment
  • Hear his “Let’s go, Let’s win” attitude.
  • Feel the influence his mom had on him and the haunting he experienced when his father left
  • Hear his victor – victim profiles
  • The dream that carried him to the life he is living now. Never allow life to steal your dream from you. When you lose your dream you lose your life.
  • Moving from creation to manifestation
  • The difference between success and winning
  • Going through vs. Going to
  • What it means to be created as a winner? You were born a winner. And the Christian belief that we were born sinners. How to these 2 beliefs intersect.
  • If you don’t know who you are, you will be who they say you are.
  • The comeback story of his dad
  • What becomes possible when we see life as a relay race and what that metaphor shows us.
  • That moment when all the pain of the separation turned into the acceptance and forgiveness of who people are.
  • Give and Forgive.
  • If there was no resistance, no pain and no adversity, your life has no purpose. That is the preparation for another assignment you are being given.
  • The importance of celebrating the process of pain.
  • Know the difference between if you are hurt or injured
  • Superman and Kryptonite
  • Hear what he has to say to the people who have lost their dream
  • The people behind the people. The importance of team.
  • How seeing the dream and playing on a team allows you to move out of your comfort zone.
  • Hear hon ow what you focus on becomes your reality.
  • And much, much more


Discover more about the concepts that catapulted him to the front of the line in his book “The Winning Edge, 8 Principles that Will Bring Out the Winner in You” on Amazon.com and
or to get his book free of charge go to https://shawnharper.co
to book Shawn Harper for speaking, please visit his website at shawnharper.org.
to contact Daniel Levin, please go to https://www.DanielBruceLevin.com
or to get a copy of his book The Mosaic, please go to:https://themosaiconline.com/shop/
or on Amazon: http://a.co/dvgsgG3


Ep 041 Choosing Happiness First with Bryan and Jen Dangerz

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Nov 6, 2019

Bryan and Jen Dangerz

They have spent the last 7yrs living a nomadic lifestyle focused on happiness and adventure. They converted first a VW Bus into a living space and travelled to the bottommost point of Mexico. As money was running out, they returned to Oregon and built a tiny house (really more of a loft) out of their garage and spent a year helping others to minimise their living situations, and then choose to rent out their garage as a B&B to live in our Sprinter CamperVan and are digital nomads running our small businesses from the road.

Somewhere along the way they met a man with a sailboat that was ready to stop sailing and they traded their Sprinter CamperVan for his sailboat and took their adventure to the sea. The only thing is that neither of them ever sailed before and so they used this as an opportunity to jump into something they knew nothing about and continue their adventure.

They decided several years ago to become minimalists and to collect memories rather than material things and eventually quit their jobs to live a simple and happy lifestyle today rather than waiting on a retirement that may never come.

In this podcast, you will hear about:

  • The ManCrush I have on these two beautiful people because they have been nomads doing what I have wanted to do for the past 8 years. Hear about that life now
  • Hear about the things they wanted to be and how the adults talked tham out of it.
  • How the questions I asked them brought a response I didn’t expect
  • How to step out of the life you no longer want to live
  • How the commitment to living the life we hate living, that causes us stress and diseases, because of finances is changed by a relationship with someone who never felt any of these things
  • A stressed out business guy meets and Oregon hippie girl
  • Hear how 2 very different lives come together
  • See how the way we see the world can be completely different frommthe way others see us
  • Hear how it is not only possible, but beautiful to meet and love a completely different people
  • You don’t know until you ask and diving into that ask makes us look at the labels we assign to people and how untrue they are
  • How to find the courage to leave everything you know. How to leave the stress that makes our life so hard and leave that to live a life that is based on happiness.
  • The comfort of knowing now that we could always go back. It was terrifying then, but not now.
  • The fear of the first step
  • The shift that allows all the other shift to happen
  • What if’s world. What if some of the what if’s we are scared of is something we will want to do later
  • The place where literally the road ends, what do we do?
  • What happens when we realize what we are running from is not what we are running from
  • The realization that we didn’t need to do things the way we were doing it, we could recreate it to be the way we want if we re-open ourselves up to things we had originally shut down
  • The road made us realize we were just as comfortable in our home as we were on the road and so we created a scenario where our home could finance our travels and our travels could energize our return home.
  • What changed that made the same place feel entirely different
  • How we recreated the same reality that made us leave and how they dealt with that.
  • The delicate balance of learning lessons more than one time
  • The discovery of hearing them speak and watching them discover what each other really think
  • What happens when the pollyannaish dream crashes and things don’t work out
  • How to move from freak out to just solving the problem
  • What they found out about people in the process of their journey
  • What scared them and how they dealt with their fears
  • The things that send most people home is not the danger of the travel but rather the ability to deal with our own minds
  • and so much more . . . .