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Kimi shares a message of love, gratitude, and permission to prioritize self-care as the holiday season begins. Follow the show at @allthewiserpodcast on Instagram.Keep the conversation going! Join our new Facebook group and connect with other listeners like you!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In part two of this series, Ken Coll recounts his experience raising Matthew and surviving the stabbing that nearly took his life. A few years after adopting baby Matthew, it became clear to Tom Boulet and his husband Ken Coll that something wasn’t right. Matthew had severe behavioral issues and an oppositional, defiant nature that had him bouncing from school to school. Still, Tom and Ken left no stone unturned to get Matthew the care and treatment he needed. After finishing high school and attending a few years of college, Matthew returned home one summer and attempted to kill both Tom and Ken, stabbing them a combined 31 times in the middle of the night. After a miraculous recovery, Tom and Ken share reflections on parenting a child with mental illness and how they found meaning and purpose and a renewed devotion to each other amid tragedy. In this episode:Falling in love two months after divorce and an unexpected diagnosis.The difficult entry of their adopted son, Matthew, into the world.Navigating the special needs for a child with aggression. Deciding that a diagnosis will not define him.Leaning into the power of the way we choose to view things.Stay connected to Ken:Website: www.gardensbyken.comFacebook: Ken CollInstagram: @coll_kenCharity Donation: AIDS Project LASubscribe to All The Wiser  wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Don't forget to join our new Facebook group to continue the conversation and meet others in our community.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
*Rebroadcast* (originally aired 5/14/19)In honor of National Family Caregivers Month, we celebrate caregivers around the world including Kimi’s friend, and All The Wiser guest, Michel Varisco Gleason. Today we are re-airing their intimate conversation from 2019. #teamgleason #nationalfamilycaregivermonthMom, wife, artist and one of my all time favorite people, Michel Varisco, cozies up with All The Wiser on a couch in her native New Orleans. Michel walks us through the day of her husbands terminal diagnosis, finding out she was pregnant a month later and what it was like to watch a documentary about her life in a packed theater at Sundance Film Festival. She opens up about the pressure of living up to false expectations, the realities of life as a full time caretaker to her husband and newborn baby, their decision to have a second child and how her darkest days inspired her work as an artist.In this episode:Learning her husband, Steve, is terminally illThe truth about care-taking for someone you love Having her life filmed for a feature length documentaryCreating unexpected and beautiful art in the walls of a hospitalStay connected with Michel:michelraevarisco.comGleason trailerTeam GleasonSubscribe to All The Wiser  wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Don't forget to join our new Facebook group to continue the conversation and meet others in our community.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
A few years after adopting baby Matthew, it became clear to Tom Boulet and his husband Ken Coll that something wasn’t right. Matthew had severe behavioral issues and an oppositional, defiant nature that had him bouncing from school to school. Still, Tom and Ken left no stone unturned to get Matthew the care and treatment he needed. After finishing high school and attending a few years of college, Matthew returned home one summer and attempted to kill both Tom and Ken, stabbing them a combined 31 times in the middle of the night. After a miraculous recovery, Tom and Ken share reflections on parenting a child with mental illness and how they found meaning and purpose and a renewed devotion to each other amid tragedy. This is a two-part series. Part two will be available on November 16th, 2022In this episode:Raising a child with mental illness.Learning to ground their relationship in friendship.Clarity of purpose and direction on the other side of pain.How to honor and heal each part of ourselves after a traumatic experience.The role forgiveness and humor play in recovery.Stay connected with Tom:Facebook: Tom BouletInstagram: @TomBoolayinLACharity Donation: Crisis Text LineSubscribe to All The Wiser  wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Don't forget to join our new Facebook group to continue the conversation and meet others in our community.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Kimi is joined by Christy and her new puppy, Holly June Miller Peterson, to discuss vulnerability, how powerful it is, and how hard it can be to find courage. Christy opens up about her desire to share more vulnerably as well as her hesitation to do so.Inspired by Paul Gilmartin's episode last week, Kimi shares her experience with hypomania and discusses whether some symptoms can be viewed as strengths or even gifts. In closing, we are reminded that every episode on the pod is ultimately about post traumatic growth and how hard things (and talking about hard things) can lead to positive change. Follow the show at @allthewiserpodcast on Instagram.Keep the conversation going! Join our new Facebook group and connect with other listeners like you!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Most people don’t change unless they have to. For Paul Gilmartin, it was facing a life without experiencing the intimacy he saw other people had. First he needed to know how to deal with his feelings and then find healthy ways to express them, which he does very openly on his popular podcast, The Mental Illness Happy Hour. But the biggest piece of the puzzle for Paul was facing the childhood trauma he spent 20 years avoiding through therapy, support groups and sobriety.  Article referenced:Dr. Alan Rappaport called Co-NarcissismBook referenced:A Gentle Path by Patrick J. CarnesKimi's episode on All The WiserIn this episode:The complexity of our relationships with people, that there can be so much good and so much darkness…both at the same time.The pressures of “doing television” and the compromises that come with it. Choosing to talk about hard things in order to develop trust with people in order for them to bravely meet you.The feeling of a life unlived. Sadness, anger, feeling suicidal, having a great life on paper but not being able to feel it.Being a cheerleader for people to get help and encouraging them to be transparent and honest.Stay connected with Paul:Websites: https://mentalpod.com/Facebook: The Mental Illness Happy HourInstagram: @mentalpodCharity Donation: ASPCASubscribe to All The Wiser  wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Don't forget to join our new Facebook group to continue the conversation and meet others in our community.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Kimi is smitten with Meyli Chapin, “Terrorist Attack Girl”, and after listening to the interview from last week, Christy is too. Both appreciate Meyli’s authenticity and the raw emotion she brings to her story of terror and healing. It is a rare gift to share pain and hope in equal measure. Kimi and Christy discuss trauma, both the big and small hardships that impact our health and wellbeing. They wonder whether small-scale, more personal events qualify as trauma, and conclude that trauma is trauma (this is not a competition!). The friends discuss tools to help navigate adversities and Kimi shares an insight from her guests that the retelling of their trauma is often cathartic and a bridge to growth. Are you interested in thinking more about trauma and your mindset toward adversity? Kimi and Christy suggest reading “The Body Keeps The Score” – bonus, it has beautiful cover art – and a practical workbook called “Choose Growth”, that provides research and strategies for transcending trauma, fear and self-doubt. Follow the show at @allthewiserpodcast on Instagram.Keep the conversation going! Join our new Facebook group and connect with other listeners like you!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Meyli Chapin was trapped in a hotel room for 17 hours in Nairobi while Al-Shabaab terrorists attacked the property. She was alone and certain she was going to die. But through the incredible efforts of brave men who fought to recover Meyli and extract her to safety, she survived. However, after the attack, PTSD left her mind shattered. She felt like a fraction of the strong, confident, capable woman she used to be. She thought she was uniquely traumatized and couldn't understand why she was unable to leave her apartment, why she couldn't sleep, and why she wished she had died in the terrorist attack. It was a long, hard road, but eventually Meyli did find the light at the end of the tunnel. She shares her experience of healing from PTSD, as well as thoughts and strategies to help anyone suffering from trauma to find hope and relief.In this episode:The difficultly of living in a region with a constant threat of terrorist activity. Meyli was only scheduled to be in Kenya for 2 days. She was supposed to be leaving the next morning.A sleepless night full of panic to the point of heartache.Grieving the person you are before the trauma.Stay connected with Meyli:Websites: traumabrace.comBook: Terrorist Attack GirlInstagram:@meylichapin, @traumabraceappCharity Donation: Heroic Hearts ProjectSubscribe to All The Wiser  wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Don't forget to join our new Facebook group to continue the conversation and meet others in our community.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Christy gets a fancy microphone, and Kimi looks like she's working at a call center. They go behind the scenes of Pastor Jose Hernandez's interview and explain how he went from being a gang member in Watts to be a beacon of peace and hope.Kimi and Christy discuss incremental change, or "baby steps," which ultimately lead to personal growth. Kimi shares how she transformed from a workaholic to a "semi-balanced" person. Christy talks about living with postpartum anxiety and how she regained her mental and emotional health incrementally.The two friends reflect on Pastor Hernandez's faith journey and how religion played a part in his healing. Kimi opens up about her faith and how she feels religion can be misunderstood when it's seen in broad strokes. Both admit they are uncomfortable talking about religion since it can lead to conflict and division. Kimi emphasizes that All The Wiser is a place where "all are welcome" and voices are as varied as the fabric of our country.Follow the show at @allthewiserpodcast on Instagram.Keep the conversation going! Join our new Facebook group and connect with other listeners like you!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Somewhere after gang life, incarceration and a stint with a Mexican Cartel, Jose Hernandez felt a stirring in his heart, which would eventually lead him towards ministry and a legacy of leadership and healing in Watts, California. But in order to move forward, Jose first had to make peace with his past, including the suffering and pain he caused others. Today, Pastor Jose Hernandez is a role model and father figure to many young boys in Watts, setting a strong example of hope, dedication and the power of personal transformation.In this episode:Jose thought the life of a criminal was his fate and never imagined he would live this long.His father abused him and his mother, then abandoned them, which set the tone for a lot of his life.His desire to belong, to be part of something bigger, to be protected because of all those things he was lacking.Learning the cost of being a member in a gang.Becoming the man he vowed he never would be and the journey to his faith.His return to Hope Central Watts, becoming a pastor, and the importance of forgiveness.Stay connected with Jose:Website: www.hopecentralwatts.comFacebook: Hope Central WattsInstagram: @hopecentralwattsCharity Donation: Hope Central WattsSubscribe to All The Wiser  wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Don't forget to join our new Facebook group to continue the conversation and meet others in our community.Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In "A Little Wiser", Kimi and Positive Psychology coach Christy Peterson take you behind the scenes of each previous All The Wiser interview and explore how to apply the lessons from our guests to our own lives. In our first mini-episode of the new season, Kimi talks about why she was nervous interviewing Amanda Knox and how their conversation about ethical storytelling made her rethink dinner party gossip. Christy examines how stories add entertainment to our often mundane lives and that we often forget there is an (actual) human being behind the stories we consume. Kimi remembers a time in junior high when she discovered that people were gossiping and saying hurtful things about her. The two friends pledge to do better when consuming stories about other people.Follow the show at @allthewiserpodcast on Instagram.Keep the conversation going! Join our new Facebook group and connect with other listeners like you!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team!Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
All The Wiser returns next week with inspiring guests sharing stories of hope and possibility on the other side of pain. Here's a sneak peek of the upcoming season. You can follow the show @allthewiserpodcast on Instagram.If you'd like to keep up with the most recent news from the show be sure to sign up for our email list.Don't forget to join our new Facebook group to continue the conversation and meet others in our community. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brandsPrivacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
*Rebroadcast* (originally aired 9/3/21)After the mass murder at Robb Elementary school in Texas yesterday, we're re-airing our Sue Klebold episode. In All The Wiser, we use human stories to challenge us to think differently about the world, and to learn about different perspectives, voices, and messages.In order to prevent mass shootings, it is imperative to understand all the factors that lead to them. This fall, I had the privilege of talking to two moms who lost their sons in very different ways to school shootings. One of them was Sue Klebold, mother of Dylan Klebold, one of Columbine's two shooters. The second was Scarlett Lewis, the mother of Jesse Lewis, who was killed in the mass shooting at Sandy Hook. Both women loved their sons and dedicated their lives to ending mass shootings.It is my hope that today in re-airing Sue's episode and encouraging you to also listen to Scarlett's story, we can think deeply about how little boys grow up to become young men who commit mass murders. Let's learn from them so we can all decide what role we will play in ending the heartbreak in our country.Subscribe to All The Wiser wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
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ASK KIMI ANYTHING

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For our last episode of the season, we opened the floor to YOU guys and asked you to submit all of your burning questions to Kimi about mental health. Kimi along with producer Erica share thoughts on topics like medication, therapy, burnout, routines, and finding hope after diagnosis. We'll be back with an exciting new season of All The Wiser this fall! In the meantime, take good care of yourselves and increase the fun and joy this summer....your brain will thank you! Subscribe to All The Wiser wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
*Rebroadcast* (originally aired 7/10/19)As part of Mental Health Awareness month, we are re-airing the episode when Kimi revealed to the world that she has bipolar disorder and that she had kept her diagnosis a secret for two decades.Kimi's life was changed when this episode first aired. She let go of shame and secrecy and allowed herself to be fully seen. Kimi has helped dozens of families navigate their own mental health journeys over the past three years. Finding the courage to discuss the thing she was most ashamed of made this possible. In this episode you'll learn:After graduating from college, Kimi lands an internship with CNN covering Columbine paving the way for her first journalism gig at NBC news.Kimi becomes a road warrior, traveling the country working as a booker for Good Morning America, and eventually moving on to The Oprah Winfrey show where she honed her skills as a storyteller.Kimi produces Gleason, a documentary about her friends Steve and Michelle Gleason and their daily life together after Steve’s terminal ALS diagnosis.Kimi reveals that at 19 years old she was diagnosed with bipolar disorderWhat is bipolar? What are the symptoms, and how is it treated?How bipolar has impacted her kids and familyThe stigma of mental illness and the consequences of secrecySelf care, staying well, and starting All The WiserSubscribe to All The Wiser wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
In today’s episode of A Little Wiser, Christy and Kimi talk about high performance, excellence and asking the question when your teen, or someone you love, uses drugs or alcohol.  The friends also reflect on Christy’s experience as podcast co-host this season and her shift toward celebrating growth over perfection.  Last, get your questions in!! Today is the last day to ask Kimi about her experience with bipolar disorder and anxiety disorder.  Christy asked her a good one during this episode and Kimi’s answer was funny, vulnerable, and honest. So get in on this!Leave a voicemail at 833-326-8632Email us at hello@allthewiserpodcast.comor DM us on Instagram @allthewiserpodcast See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
NBA player Chris Herren was spending $20,000 a month on Oxycontin, which then turned to heroin. Overdoses, car crashes and hospitalizations couldn’t keep him from destroying his career, his family, his entire life. Now fourteen years sober, Chris travels the country speaking to middle school and high school students about the dangers of drug addiction, and parents about what actually works to keep their kids from falling prey to the lure of substance abuse.P.S. May is Mental Health Awareness Month and we're ending Season 3 with an "ASK KIMI ANYTHING" episode. You can ask Kimi anything about her experience with bipolar disorder and anxiety disorder (or anything else for that matter) and she'll tell you the truth “on air.” Why, because we believe that when we tell our truth, we create awareness and contribute to healing.Call us at 833-326-8623 and leave Kimi a voicemail by May 4th!Stay connected to Chris and his work:Websites: www.herrentalks.comwww.herrenproject.comwww.herrenwellness.comFacebook: Chris HerrenInstagram/Twitter@c_herren_@herrentalks @herrenproject @herren_wellnessCharity Donation: Herren ProjectSubscribe to All The Wiser wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Our brains are wired to make judgments about others so we can make sense of the world, and the vast amounts of information we are confronted with each day.  But there is a cost to our assumptions. In today’s mini-episode, Kimi and Christy talk about their new favorite person Martin Lockett, who spent 17 years in prison for drunk driving and manslaughter.  Martin’s story is a reminder of the power of redemption and the benefits of setting aside the judgmental mind: More connection, creativity, friendship, compassion and diversity!  Christy also shares her experience as a public defender and her northstar borrowed from the brilliant Bryan Stevenson: “each of us is more than the worst thing we’ve ever done.”   Last, All The Wiser was nominated for a webby. Go vote!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
After serving 17 ½ years in prison for drunk driving and manslaughter, 42 year-old Martin Lockett is now a free man, stepping into a very different world than the one he left (what’s a macbook?). He emerged from prison with a graduate degree, two published books, and a certification as a substance abuse counselor…ready to continue sharing his story and keeping his promise to his victims to do whatever it takes to prevent others from following in his footsteps.Don't forget to VOTE WEBBY'S!In this episode, you'll learn:How to identify the root of your pain and suffering,The role and impact alcohol can have at a young age.The importance of finding an outlet for your creativity.Navigating your identity, belonging, and finding your place in the world.Learning the repercussions of our decisions and the lives that can be severely impacted.The willingness to change and embark on a purposeful path, regardless of what that may look like. The importance of visualizing your future self and how powerful that can be.The power of story, restorative justice, and people coming together.The importance of forgiveness.Stay connected to Martin:Website: www.martinlockett.comInstagram: @martinllockettBook: Prison to Purpose Pipeline: How one sentence led to a life of service and My Prison Life: A Blogger’s Insight from the InsideCharity Donation: Pear MentorSubscribe to All The Wiser  wherever you listen to podcasts - we’re on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, and more! That way you’ll never miss an episode. We’d love to hear what you think about the show, too - it helps us know what stories are resonating with you. Head over to Apple Podcasts to write your review!Stay in the know with all things All The Wiser! Sign up for our newsletter for personal reflections from Kimi, new episodes, and recommendations from our team! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
We're having a WEBBY AWARDS dance party today at All The Wiser! We've been nominated for a 2022 best Podcast Interview Individual Episode for our episode with Rebecca Bender. You (yes, YOU) now have the power to vote for the show and we humbly ask that you do so by clicking here. The topic of today's mini-episode is PURPOSE, and by purpose, we mean knowing your "why." We explore how we can discover our purpose in many ways, and in the case of Alex Lewis, simply by chance. Christy reminds us that purpose and getting clear on our "why" are powerful tools for building resilience. Purpose provides motivation and direction when the sh*t hits the fan. Kimi talks about discovering and sharing stories on this podcast as part of her purpose, which makes today's Webby Award recognition of Rebecca Bender's story and purpose-driven life that much sweeter!VOTE WEBBY See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information. Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/privacy
Comments (5)

Heathaaaaa

Better than me. He’d be dead to me forever.

Nov 19th
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Arielle Niss

The interview with Meyli has stuck with me!

Oct 23rd
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Alexander Michael

Thanks

Oct 15th
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Ryan Schaub

Everyone should listen to this episode.

Aug 12th
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R. Morrison

skip to 3 minutes

Aug 21st
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