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Season 1

Feb. 8, 2023

#86- Are you looking out the window or in the mirror?

I'm solo-casting today on this super important topic. At a young age we are taught to want what everyone else wants. This is where comparison begins of what they have compared to what we don't. We are taught to want …

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Feb. 1, 2023

#85- Intentional Optimism with Andrea Johnson

Optimism and positivity gets more done than doubt and fear ever could. We love better, we think better, we're more productive and creative, we're happier and healthier. On today's show I interview Andrea Johnson who is an Ex...

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Jan. 25, 2023

#84- Strengthening Childhood Education through Understanding History-…

She is the author of Little Miss History which brings childhood development and history together in fun adventurous books that bring us to Mount Rushmore, the Statue of Liberty, Independence Hall and other important historica...

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Dec. 9, 2022

#83- Compressing Time

Solocasting today - When we are stressed and angry we compress time. When we are free and at peace sitting on the crest of a wave, we feel like we can see forever. And this expands time, because there is …

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Dec. 1, 2022

82- What will be your legacy? Wartime Psycological Operations and Cur…

What will be your legacy? What stories will fade with you that your loved ones will never know? *I would first like to say how grateful I am to Tim Heale. His best friend died unexpectedly the day before and …

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Nov. 23, 2022

#81- Are you Showing Up with Love or Ego?

We often show up in situations contemplating how it affects us. Our family notices. Are you showing up with love or selfishness on how it's inconveniencing you. Well, that response is felt by others. So you might be showing u...

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Nov. 17, 2022

#80 - From the Darkness of PTSD to Redemption with David Hollenbach

Retired Battalion Chief David Hollenbach is the author of “Fireproof: Your Grand Strategy for Transforming Failure into Fuel for Your Future.” He is an international best-selling author, motivational speaker, coach, and mento...

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Nov. 10, 2022

#79 - Freedom of Speech is Costing us Dearly as our Democracy Teeters

It's time I got to soloing again. I feel there is no more poignant time to post this than during an election cycle. There is much fear mongering of late. The misinformation campaigns are raging. And We The People get …

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Nov. 2, 2022

#78 - Author, Historian, and Ex-Intelligence Officer Terry Thiele

We are witnessing a blast of the technological and societal changes that are accelerating us into a future our imaginations cannot grasp. ​For 7,000 generations, since anatomically “modern” humans emerged 200,000 years ago, c...

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Oct. 26, 2022

#77 - The Fall of a Christian Leader with Brian Kreeger

To fall or be brought down by temptation is not Christian, but human. We all fall at one time or another. Brian Kreeger was no different. But he felt he had failed God as well as his wife... This is …

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Oct. 20, 2022

#76 - Traditional and Indie Author - Dave Milbrandt

Today we get back to basics: writing. Today's guest and I speak about traditional and indie markets and how to best navigate each. Dave is a novelist who has straddled the fence with both indie to traditional publishing. He i...

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Oct. 12, 2022

#75 - She Quit Her Dream Job on Broadway - Emily McGill

Emily McGill is a spiritual seeker, tarot reader, storytelling strategist, and a deep believer in the power of community. After nearly a decade and a half working in entertainment in New York City as a Broadway and entertain...

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Sept. 15, 2022

#74 - Reading Cultural Signs through Technology with Dr. Rick Chromey

Insight. Inspiration. Ideas. DR. RICK CHROMEY helps people interpret history, navigate culture and explore faith so they can create transformative change in their homes, at school or work. With over 30 years of training exper...

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Sept. 8, 2022

#73 - Economics Researcher and Mathematician Noah Healy

Is the economy rigged against you? Yes it is. Recreational mathematician and programmer Noah Healy is working on upgrading capitalism for the computer age. He is a mathematician with expertise in computational math and algori...

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Aug. 25, 2022

#72 - Healing Trauma with Ann Hince

When Ann was 19, she woke one morning to find her mother dead face down in their bathroom. Twenty years later the tears from that trauma were still just under the surface. It took one 15 minute session with a …

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Aug. 10, 2022

#71 - Authentic Branding with DP Knudten

DP Knudten is the creator and host of the NONFICTION BRAND podcast. Is there honesty in branding? Should there be? Yes, as per DP Knudten, authenticity makes all the difference. As a 30-year veteran of advertising and brandin...

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July 27, 2022

#70 - Bird of Paradise author Emily Johnson

When Emily was 13, her mother was diagnosed with advanced stage Ovarian Cancer. Shortly after, her mother began writing the novel, Bird of Paradise. For years her mother had lost herself in a world of creation, never letting ...

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July 7, 2022

#69 - Do We Really Want To Agree With Each Other?

How often are we in a situation where agreeing seems like the better move? But by doing so, we betray ourselves. Is agreeing to fit in what we all want? Then we'll all want and be and think the same …

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June 20, 2022

#68 - Art as a Super Power w/ Michaell Magrutsche

Michael Magrutsche is a creativity/art researcher that looks for art/creativity's true values outside of any system. He believes art and creativity raise the awareness of our limitless human potential instead of instilling ...

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June 16, 2022

#67 - Published Teen Author - Sarah Humpherys

As a nationally published teenage author, Sarah will inspire and entertain people to follow their own dreams and to live their own life no matter their circumstances or obstacles in their way. Her dogged determination helped...

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June 13, 2022

#66 - Novel Competition Judge with Winning Writers - Annie Mydla

Annie has read almost 6000 books in the last 6 years. Yes, 6000 books! She loves her job as competition judge and it shows in how darn happy she is. She even read one of mine which was pretty interesting. …

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May 19, 2022

#65 - The Writing Life

How many times have you wanted to walk away? Rejection? Doubts? There is something more powerful than both of those to help you keep walking the path. I hope this helps. Check out my books and podcast at douglasrobbinsauthor....

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May 11, 2022

#64 - Follow Your Bliss with Vance Neudorf

Vance Neudorf follows a creed that no matter what your hand finds to do, you should throw yourself at it and enjoy every minute of the experience. Don't waste your time with complex personal plans, get moving and do something...

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April 27, 2022

#63 - Volunteerism and Civic Duty with Karen Knight

Volunteer Management Strategist Karen Knight. Karen's used her 25 years of experience as a leader and mentor in the not-for-profit sector to develop a proprietary framework for turning volunteers into an enthusiastic, reliabl...

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April 12, 2022

#62- Inspiring conversation with Blind Author and Songwriter Heather …

Heather Hutchison is the Amazon best-selling author of Holding On by Letting Go: A Memoir, and an award-winning singer/songwriter with four albums released to date, including her latest release, 'If I Could' (January 2022). C...

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April 5, 2022

#61 - Inspiration

Now that it's spring and the dark gray of winter is thawing, let's renew with the budding inspiration of life. It's waiting for you, but you have to act and the more you act the more you have. Support the …

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March 30, 2022

#59 - My Dog Zeke

My dog Zeke loves to hunt. When we hike in the woods, he chases everything from squirrels to chipmunks. He never catches anything, but that doesn't deter him. Support the show

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March 30, 2022

#60 - Resiliency

Quitting things we love because of pain doesn't set us free. Holding onto the pain and believing it doesn't help us grow. Tough love can help us learn how to adapt and overcome. It helps us to build those necessary …

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March 17, 2022

#58- From the Dark Web to Crypto to his new book The Career Toolkit -…

From tracking criminals on the dark web to teaching at MIT for 20 years, Mark Herschberg has done it all. Mark is the author of The Career Toolkit, Essential Skills for Success That No One Taught You. There is also …

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March 5, 2022

#57 - Ukraine

If we are going to claim the conviction of freedom we had better damn well back it up. If not our words our empty, our convictions hollow and the bullies of the world will murder the innocent while we talk …

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March 2, 2022

#56 - Getting Stuck in Love

We speak about getting stuck in our lives. Usually those are low emotions like shame and guilt, apathy and loss. This is low on the emotional frequency chart. Whereas love and joy are high on the emotional frequency. They flo...

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March 2, 2022

#55- Us & Them - The Deadly Division

We create hate. We create separation. Is it skin color we fear? Eye color? The country your from? No, it's the idea that someone is going to take something away from us. It's the belief that we will be made …

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Feb. 23, 2022

#54 - Mystic Indra Rinzler

Indra Rinzler’s stories and experiences will delight all audiences. The wisdom he shares will open the audience to learning about themselves, their life’s journey and their relationship with Gaia Earth. He's journeyed to Indi...

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Feb. 23, 2022

#53- 100 Day Challenge to be our Best Self - Update

Are you living your best life? Are you committed to yourself 100%? Do you love and honor your truth? Not perfection, but best. That's what this challenge and update are all about.

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Feb. 22, 2022

#52- President's Day

All presidents are not created equally. By making this day more generic and watered down, we reduce it's value and our history. Washington! Lincoln! strike a response. They deserve our attention and respect. Does Gerald Ford ...

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Feb. 20, 2022

#51 - National Holidays

Why do some people get off certain holidays while others don't? Public employees get them off whereas many corporate employees do not. Does this diminish our national heritage? Take a listen.

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Feb. 14, 2022

#50- 100 Day Challenge To Be Your Best Self!

How often do you give life 100%? How often do you give yourself 100%? Let's commit together and win together. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/douglasrobbins)

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Feb. 9, 2022

#49 - Dogma & Deliverance

Dogma comes in many ways. Has it delivered you?

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Feb. 2, 2022

#48 - A Peace of Mind with John Noltner

A Peace of My Mind is a multimedia arts project, created by award-winning photographer John Noltner, that uses portraits and personal stories to bridge divides and encourage dialogue around important issues. Through exhibits,...

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Jan. 12, 2022

#47 - Roses at the Beach

There was a beautiful lesson learned from these innocent flowers at the beach. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/douglasrobbins)

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Dec. 24, 2021

#46 - Fascinating conversation about China with Political and Economi…

Jason is a China specialist with a deep understanding of China and the Chinese economy. He helps people understand China, our changing world, and what it means for individuals, families, and businesses. I can discuss global p...

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Dec. 1, 2021

#45 - Dreams or Potential?

We're taught to want to possess to buy and we'll be happy. To build your life on a pile of things and we'll be happy. To suppress and work and fill rather than fulfill an inner calling where there is …

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Nov. 8, 2021

#44 - Engaging Interview with Author and Professor Dr. Christopher Br…

Is our education system working? Dr. Brown and I dive deep into where it succeeds and where it fails us. Support the show (https://www.patreon.com/douglasrobbins)

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Oct. 14, 2021

#43 - Camaraderie and the Individual

We often feel alone, but can you feel alone on a team with a like minded purpose? Can you be depressed and isolated while receiving high fives? Aren't we all looking for a team and like minded people in this …

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Sept. 29, 2021

#42 - Dystopian Author and Economics Professor Mark Ryall

Recently retired economics teacher Mark Ryall. Age-Decoded is his first novel. It addresses the question: What could possibly go wrong with the advent of CRISPR genetic engineering technology? Genetic engineering is about to ...

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Sept. 22, 2021

#41- Interview with author Kira Leigh

Kira is the author of CONSTELIS VOSS, "The anime-inspired, psychological sci-fi trilogy nobody asked for, but everyone (probably) deserves. Karma's a bitch." Here is the summary: "Long after humanity reached the stars, and r...

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Sept. 1, 2021

#40- Dive Deep - An Inspirational Conversation with Transformational …

Christian De La Huerta is a sought-after spiritual teacher, personal transformation coach and leading voice in the breathwork community. He has traveled the world offering inspiring and transformational retreats combining psy...

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Aug. 11, 2021

#39- From Suicidal to Success when an Ancient Meditation Changed His …

A college dropout, Nate Rifkin was lost and suicidal, broke and bankrupt, standing on the street corner making minimum wage holding billboard signs when an ancient meditation changed his life. Now he's a successful marketer a...

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Aug. 4, 2021

#38 - Interconnected or Disconnected?

So many people feel isolated, alone, and powerless, not living their most authentic selves, but their weakest. Why is this? The ego? Culture? Lack of fairness? Why isn't the world the harmonious place that many feel inside th...

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July 22, 2021

#37 - Seeking the Spiritual Beyond Religion - An Eye-Opening Conversa…

Dieter Randolph is a third-generation minister, writer, coach, and teacher. From his bio: "I am on fire to find ways to take the spiritual experience beyond the traditional church setting. With that idea in mind, I've spoken ...

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