Episode 12

Sometimes the unimaginable happens, and your world suddenly changes.

In this episode, you will meet Victoria Night. Her family experienced one of those events when her 17-year-old son, John Michael, had a stroke.

They have written a bestselling novel about their experience and where they are now on their journey. Listen in to hear more.

Episode 11

When was the last time you did something for the first time? Something outside of your comfort zone? Well in this podcast, you are going to hear from Pete Holman, who did just that!

Pete is a physical therapist, personal trainer, fitness product inventor….and a celebrity in the fitness industry, and he just wrote his first bestselling book which is a fictional novel.

The story, Cruz, explores what it takes to come from behind, to be the underdog who is striving for success, and what it means to live life fully…no matter what!

Listen in as Pete shares his book and his story. You might just be inspired to do something you have always wanted to do!

Episode 10

When was the last time you felt ‘wonder’? In this episode Bernie Freytag shares the wonder of his new book, Find Wonder in the Ordinary. It’s whimsical. It’s thought-provoking. It’s a kid’s book for adults!

Episode 9

In this episode, I interview Lori Sawyer and Caren Boscaino, bestselling authors of Shrink Your Body, Grow Your Mind. Listen in as they share their passion for helping all of us get better in our lives!

Episode 8

Be Great Today – 3 simple words with a much deeper meaning. In today’s episode, Amazon bestselling author, Justin Kegley, shares how “Be Great Today” has become so much more than just 3 words. To find out more check out his website at begreattodaybook.com

Episode 7

Imagine writing a letter to your younger self…What would you say? What lessons would you share? In this episode I interview Leslie Cordova Trujillo, co-author of the book, Dear Her. This book is a compilation of letters that women from all over the world wrote to their younger selves. It is full of advice for young women and teenagers who are trying to find their way.

Episode 6

It was 2008 in Beijing, China. The US Men’s Gymnastics team was competing in the Olympics. They had no returning Olympians on the team and were not expected to medal. In fact…no one expected much from them. Except the team had a different idea. ONE of those men was Jonathan Horton, and he joined me on this episode to share his story. I won’t give away the ending…you’ll have to listen to find out what happens. But I will say this… he and his team surprised everyone! Jonathan has written a book about his life lessons – things he learned as he grew up competing on the world stage. In this episode we talk about his life, the Olympics, his book and so much more.

Episode 5

It just takes one authentic connection to change your life…and this connection with Jenn Waller may do that for you. As she has done a deep dive into discovering her life purpose and is coming to grips with being a mom and business owner, she has discovered some valuable life lessons that she shares in this episode of It Just Takes One.

Episode 4

You might know Daniel Gil from the hit NBC show, American Ninja Warrior, but in this episode, you also have a chance to meet his wife, Abigail. In their first interview together, we take the time to talk with them about being a ninja, but we go deeper than that. We talk about marriage, faith and the power of saying “yes”! We also discuss the way they partnered to publish their first children’s book, The Little Ninja: Go, Ninja, Go!

Episode 3

Two-time bestselling author, Donna Fatigato, shares her journey to becoming healthy. Her life seemed destined for another direction until one day she began helping a friend get back in shape after her pregnancy. That first step into helping others become healthy led to a 30+ year career in the fitness industry. Now Donna has taken her experiences and written about them so she can share her secrets to living a healthy life with the world.

Episode 2

Pam Saffran, author of Listening for Echoes, joins us to share her story. After experiencing a serious illness with her mother and her husband’s unexpected cancer diagnosis, Pam had to focus and find her inner strength. In this episode she shares how she managed to get through her grief and how she is turning her experiences into opportunities to help others who are experiencing loss.

Episode 1

Frank Pucher, owner of Fitness 121, has been in the fitness industry for more than 2 decades. In that time he has discovered that MONEY is a difficult topic for fit pros to discuss. In this episode, he shares his experiences and many of the important lessons he has learned about how to earn, grow and protect your money.