Are you ready to turn your passion for photography and travel into an adventure of a lifetime? Join Ralph Velasco, the Continental Director, as he shares his journey from owning restaurants and working as a financial advisor to becoming a travel photographer and tour organizer. Ralph’s passion led him to create walking tours that teach people how to use digital cameras, starting in the early 2000s, and the many benefits that international travel can bring by taking us out of our comfort zones.
What happens when you push yourself beyond your perceived limits and embrace the world in its raw, unfiltered state? John Schwenck talks about his incredible 5,775-mile bike ride across the continent, from Central Park, New York City, to Seward, Alaska – all on a 30-year-old bicycle and with little experience. Listen as we discuss the importance of challenging oneself and the potential benefits and pitfalls of data collection in our everyday lives.
What does it take to be an accomplished stuntman in popular shows like Buffy, Star Trek, 24, and Stranger Things? Join us as we explore the thrilling world of stunts with the talented Brian Heights, discussing the differences between a stunt player, a stunt performer, and a stunt double. Brian shares some of his most memorable stunts, the scariest one he’s ever done, and how sports psychology concepts like open and closed skills play a role in everyday life.
What does it take to transform from an internet marketer to a children’s book author? Discover how David’s off-road adventure in Moab, Utah, inspired a delightful tale of courage, perseverance, and the power of play. Listen in as David and his host discuss their journey, and learn how collaborating with an independent artist on Upwork led to the stunning artwork in David’s book about a Jeep that goes on off-road adventures.
In this episode, I explore Genevieve’s journey to becoming a playful coach, helping leaders and teams be more productive with less stress. We dive into the idea that play and productivity can coexist and discuss the importance of creativity, clear thinking, and strategic thinking in leadership roles. We also examine the balance between order and chaos in our lives and how play can help create an environment for these skills to emerge. We explore the power of play in applying new concepts and fostering creativity, and how small changes in thinking can lead to significant improvements in productivity and overall happiness. Join us in this engaging conversation and discover the power of play in our lives and businesses!
Delivering Marketing Joy: Creating Memorable Experiences with Promotional Products Featuring Kirby Hasseman
A historical change is upon us from a marketing standpoint, the change has been coming… We have lived in an age of “push” marketing forever, since the beginning of sales and marketing itself. But now, more than ever, the customer has a voice. The customer has clout and power. And the customer wants better.
We need to GIVE first. We need to work at providing value to our customers so they trust us. We need to be playful and connect first. Kirby shares how promotional products provide an amazing way to “give” first to your customers and prospects and deliver joy!
Kate Cherichello is on a mission to share all the good news and good people she can each week on her podcast Be The Good. Kate is a signer, actor, dancer, host, podcaster, fitness instructor, and more… Her mix of strength and spunk serve her well and are apparent from the moment you meet her!
Did you know that laughter has a proven positive impact on business, aging, mental illness, disability, education, relationships, fitness, and your overall physical health? Merv Neal is Australia’s leading laughter expert! That makes him a gelotologist… A laughter yogi,…
Strangers are coming together #dorkdancing for mental health in public spaces! Ethan Levy has created a movement to get people back together, outside, and dancing. Dork Dancing is a free dance movement & mental health advocacy campaign where celebration & activism meet for a healthier, happier & more harmonious world.
If you are thinking about starting a podcast, check this out! Are you feeling stressed or burnt out on your podcast? It’s easy to fall into that trap when you’re putting in long hours and constantly striving for perfection. But there’s a way to avoid burnout and keep your show fresh and exciting! In this blog post, Mike Montague explains that by incorporating playfulness, humor, creativity, and spontaneity into your podcast, you can have more fun and keep things interesting for both you and your audience. Get ready to have more fun and bring new life to your podcast!