In Episode 94 I spoke with Sara White. She is a screenwriter for television in Los Angeles. In this episode we spoke about the ups and down she's gone through over the last twenty years to accomplish her goal. Her focus and drive really come through in our conversation and this episode lays down the blue print of what it takes to make any dream come true. Enjoy!
In Episode 92 I spoke with JP Morgan a life coach from Los Angeles. We spoke about his desire to find truth in the world which led him on a journey into science, travel and ultimately into himself. JP helps individuals and groups see their true self, true potential and the obstacles that ultimately they create to hold themselves back. He helps people make huge life changes, grow their businesses and build lifelong relationships. Check out JP's story and learn why people pay one-hundred-thousand-dollars to work with him. Enjoy!
M&R Episode 091: Liz Wegerer left an unhappy marriage in the States for a life of kitesurfing and blogging on Bonaire.
In Episode 91 Liz Wegerer and I talked about what her life was like before making the decision to move to Bonaire. She found herself in an unhappy marriage and unfulfilled by her picture perfect life back in the states. When she landed in Bonaire she said every cell in her body just felt at home and she decided to find a way to design her new life on the island chasing her passion of blogging and kite surfing. Ten years later she is remarried and still loving life on Bonaire. Enjoy!
In Episode 90 I spoke with Mat Wood. He recently joined a small group of people who have climbed two eight thousand meter peaks in under twenty four hours (Everest and Lhoste). We talked about the consideration every climber makes before taking on this endeavor and the decisions that are made before you start. Like do you forfeit your chances to reach the summit if another climber is in need of help. The answer is not as straight forward as you might think. Check out the show notes after you listen because I've added a video he made of his adventure. Enjoy!
In Episode 89 I spoke with Mariah Moyle. Her blog Island Mariah helps inspire those who are working through life's many curve balls. Her business Out Island Life in the Bahamas helps give people perspective on investing and relocating to the Bahamas. She's another beautiful Misfit and Reject designing her life in the way she wants. She has had many ups and downs but talks about using her intuition to guide her and how facing her life's trauma has helped her grow and continue to design her life without getting stuck. Enjoy!
M&R Episode 088: Leon Logothetis host of the Netflix series The Kindness Diaries talks traveling around the world on kindness.
In Episode 88 I spoke with Leon Logothetis the host of the Netflix series The Kindness Diaries. He's been traveling the world documenting the kindness of others towards him to get from point A to point B. His message is simple...by asking for help and trying to connect with people they will open their hearts to you and help. Enjoy!
In Episode 87 I sat down with Regina Pasondo. She was born and raised in Mexico City with parents who owned a high end flower shop. When she was seventeen she discovered surfing which has changed and shaped her life forever. Her goal is to get a scholarship to go to Australia and study international politics. Enjoy!
Show notes: www.patreon.com/misfitsandrejects
In Episode 86 I sat down with solo traveler Supiwe Chongwe. She is Australian by birth but Zambian by blood. We talked about returning to Zambia to discover her roots and how shaped her perception of the world. She's been solo traveling for the last year and talks about what it's like to be a female traveler and what she's discovered about herself. Enjoy!
In Episode 85 I speak to the audience about the observations I've made over of the last month and a half in Nicaragua where the people are rising up against their government. It's about how people find a way to move forward and live their lives not matter what's going on around them. Enjoy!
In Episode 84 I sat down with JJ Shepherd. He's had a lot of adventures white water kayaking through Nepal, Tibet, India and Mexico just to name a few. He also does a lot to give back to the youth of North Carolina by volunteering and helping raise money with his semi syncronized dance group Pisgah Thunder. Enjoy!