40: David Richman, Author, Cycle of Lives

David Richman is the author of Winning in the Middle of the Pack. We discuss his upcoming work in 2017, Cycle of Lives.

David was inspired to use long distance running and cycling events to draw awareness to cancer ever since his sister fought cancer several years ago.

Cycle of Lives is a book David is writing based upon fifteen interview subjects he has spoken to whose lives have been touched by cancer.

In addition, David also cycled over 5,000 miles in the United States to bring awareness and meet some people along the way, including some of the subjects he writes about in Cycle of Lives.

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39: Alanna Rantala, Pianist: Her New Album “Recognize,” and Repetitive Stress

Alanna Rantala is a pianist in the San Francisco Bay Area. She’s a proud parent of two children, a graduate of the University of California at Davis and the New England Conservatory in Boston. She teaches piano to students of all ages.

Alanna discusses her life journey, her new album Recognize, and a life-changing injury early in her musical career. Continue Reading →

38: Gregg Clunis, Tiny Leaps Big Changes Podcast: Leaps We Take Every Day

Gregg Clunis is a podcaster and freelancer. He hosts the terrific podcast Tiny Leaps Big Changes. Already in its 100th episode, Gregg focuses on daily personal development tips solidly grounded in scientific evidence. One example is in episode 1, Gregg speaks about the impact that making lists has not only on your productivity, but on your brain.

Gregg shares about his entrepreneurial journey, Continue Reading →

37: Diane Daniels, Medicare Nation: ABC’s of Medicare Part A, B, C, D, and More

A great episode to get a taste of the ever-evolving world of Medicare, for you, your colleagues, and your family.

Diane Daniels is host of the Medicare Nation podcast and owner of Senior Advisors for Medicare & Medicaid (SAMM) in the Tampa, Florida area. We discuss the world of Medicare, including Medicare basics, fraud, and additional coverage. We also learn about Diane’s background, growing up in Brooklyn, New York. Continue Reading →

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36: Lori Krolik, More Time For You: Professional Organizer Tips, Tricks, & Strategies

Thanks to Mark Dillon (Episode 25) for connecting me with Lori.

Does your mess stress you out? A professional organizer may be the answer. Lori Krolik shares her work, her life story, and some amazing tips.

Lori Krolik’s business, More Time For You, was created in 1995 to help office professionals and families establish organized systems for the important things in their lives. Continue Reading →

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35: Dr. Kate Levinson, Emotional Currency: Money Issues


Thanks to Julie Baeder for connecting me with Dr. Kate Levinson.

Dr. Kate Levinson wrote a book that I think is one of the most important books you, your children, your friends, and your family could read. It’s titled Emotional Currency: A Woman’s Guide to Building a Healthy Relationship with Money and it’s not just for women.

As stated on Amazon, “By understanding our intimate history and relationship with money we are better able to handle our money anxieties, solve our money problems, enjoy the money we have, and make room for other, more meaningful values.” Continue Reading →

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31: Sgt. Scott Lunger & Podcast Movement 2015


Harold Rhee reflects on the Studiomouth podcast in light of watching and listening to Sgt. Scott Lunger’s funeral in Oakland, California. Harold is also at the Podcast Movement conference in Ft. Worth, Texas from July 31 to August 2.

Podcast Movement is the largest conference dedicated solely to podcasting, this year in Ft. Worth, Texas, next year in Chicago, Illinois. The four Podcast Movement co-founders are Dan Franks, Jared Easley, Gary Leland, and Mitch Todd. Continue Reading →

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