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Most people never give themselves permission or know how to chase their big ambitions. Our framework helps you discover, declare, and realize yours so you can have a fulfilling life and impact the world for good.
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Levi Lusko is the founder and lead pastor of Fresh Life Church located in Montana, Wyoming, Oregon, and Utah. He is the bestselling author of Through the Eyes of a Lion, Swipe Right, and I Declare War. Levi also travels the world speaking about Jesus. He and his wife, Jennie, have one son, Lennox, and four daughters: Alivia, Daisy, Clover, and Lenya, who is in heaven. For more information about Levi, please visit LeviLusko.com.Bob’s new book, Dream Big,  is now available.Also on the episode:Producer: Tatave AbeshyanEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
 Brad Montague is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and the award-winning writer, director, creator of Kid President. As an artist, Montague’s illustration work is spread across the internet daily and can regularly be seen on newsstands in Joanna and Chip Gaine’s The Magnolia Journal. His work has garnered millions of views, been translated into countless languages, and caught the attention of people like Beyonce, Tom Hanks, and even the Obama White House. His book ‘Becoming Better Grownups’ will release from Penguin Random House’s Avery Books on March 31, 2020.Montague Workshop is the creative agency Brad runs alongside his wife, Kristi. They serve as a ‘friendly bureau of imagination’ working to reimagine the future through the stories people tell and the ways they are told. From large brands and events to projects with Cartoon Network, the Walt Disney Company, the Fred Rogers Center and more, Montague Workshop is a joyfully rebellious breath of fresh air. With a special emphasis on finding ways kids and grownups can work together, their work is always about inspiring, encouraging and entertaining. Montague is the force behind ‘Socktober’ the worldwide annual drive connecting people to their local homeless shelters. Each year millions of people take part in providing basic human needs to men, women, and children without homes. It is a community driven project where people take part for no reward or recognition, but strictly for the good of their neighbors who are homeless.Social links: Instagram: @bradmontagueTwitter: @thebradmontagueFacebook: http://facebook.com/montagueworkshopBecoming Better Grownups: http://beabettergrownup.comBob’s new book is now available.Also on the episode:Producer: Tatave AbeshyanEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Rory is one-half of the Grammy award winning country-music duo Joey+Rory. As a songwriter, he’s written multiple number-one songs including “Some Beach” by Blake Shelton and “Little More Country Than That” by Easton Corbin. His memoir This Life I Live is a New York Times Bestseller. As a blogger, Rory shares his heart and story with the world in real-time through his personal blog that has over 2.3 million Facebook followers. And as a filmmaker and storyteller, he recently signed on as the chief-creative-officer for the television cable network RFD-TV and oversees all new shows and production. He also writes, shoots, and edits his new television docu-series This Life I Live, that brings his blog-style storytelling to life in 50 million homes each Sunday night.Rory and his 6-year-old daughter Indiana live an hour south of Nashville on a historic farm where she attends a one-room schoolhouse with a dozen other children from the community that was built on the farm.  Bob’s new book is now available.Also on the episode:Producer: Tatave AbeshyanEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
JOHNNYSWIM—Abner Ramirez and Amanda Sudano—translate the memories, moments, and milestones on their journey as a married couple into spirited, slick, and soulful anthems steeped in singer-songwriter tradition, yet amplified by alternative experimentation, rock energy, and pop ambition. Building a fanbase through constant touring, 2013’s ​Heart Beats ​EP spawned “Don’t Let It Get You Down,” which clocked 17 million-plus Spotify streams. Their first full-length, ​Diamonds​, arrived in 2014 as its single “Home” famously became the theme to HGTV hit ​Fixer Upper.​ The 2016 follow-up ​Georgica Pond​ yielded another fan favorite “First Try” as the duo sold out dates around the world. Along the way, they garnered acclaim from ​Rolling Stone,​ ​NPR,​ ​The New York Times​, ​Huffington Post​, ​Nylon​, ​Du Jour​, and ​VH1​ in addition to performing on ​The Today Show​, ​CONAN,​ and more. Produced by GRAMMY​®​ Award-winning powerhouse Malay [Frank Ocean, Sam Smith], the group’s 2019 third full-length, ​Moonlight [Britannia Row Recordings/BMG], shines a light on the strength of their bond, the scope of their musical palette, and spirit of their stories together.Bob’s new book, coming June 23rd, is now available for pre-order. Also on the episode:Producer: Tatave AbeshyanEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Popular Instagram poet and artist Morgan Harper Nichols has created her life’s work around the stories of others. Morgan’s popular Instagram feed (@morganharpernichols) has garnered a loyal online community, and she is the author of All Along You Were Blooming, a book of poems and art she created in response to the personal stories submitted by her friends and followers. Known for its lyrical tone and vibrant imagery, Morgan’s work is an organic expression of the grace and hope we’ve been given in this world. Morgan has also performed as a vocalist on several GRAMMY-nominated projects and written for various artists, including a Billboard #1 single performed by her sister, Jamie-Grace. Morgan is often on the road creating, teaching, and performing, in hopes of spreading her unique inspirational message and inviting others into her creative process. Morgan currently resides in Orange County, California, with her family.Bob’s new book, coming June 23rd, is now available for pre-order. Also on the episode:Producer: Tatave AbeshyanEngineer: Jackson Carpenter
Lauren Akins is a devoted mother, wife and philanthropist who lives in Nashville, TN with her husband, Country superstar Thomas Rhett and their three little girls Willa Gray, Ada James and Lennon. Lauren has been a passionate supporter and active volunteer for years and is enthusiastically continuing to support children in Uganda through her efforts with Love One International. Bob’s new book, coming June 23rd, is now available for pre-order. Also on the episode:Producer: Tatave AbeshyanEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Donald Miller has helped thousands of businesses clarify their marketing messages so their companies grow. He’s the CEO of StoryBrand, the cohost of the Building a StoryBrand Podcast, and the author of several books, including the bestsellers Blue Like Jazz and A Million Miles in a Thousand Years. He lives in Nashville, Tennessee, with his wife, Betsy, and their dogs, Lucy and June Carter.Bob’s latest digital course, Author Class with Bob Goff, is now available for a limited time.Also on the episode:Producer: Tatave AbeshyanEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Jen Hatmaker is the author of 12 books, including the New York Times bestselling “Of Mess and Moxie: Wrangling Delight Out of This Wild and Glorious Life,” “For the Love: Fighting for Grace in a World of Impossible Standards,” and “7: An Experimental Mutiny Against Excess.” Jen is also the creator and happy host of award-winning For the Love! Podcast with Jen Hatmaker, delighted curator of the Jen Hatmaker Book Club and sought-after speaker who tours the country every year speaking to women. She and her husband, Brandon, founded the Legacy Collective and also starred in the popular series “My Big Family Renovation” and “Your Big Family Renovation” on HGTV. Jen is a mom to five and a zealous resident of Austin, Texas, where she and her family are helping keep Austin weird. For more information, please visit www.JenHatmaker.com.Make sure you pick up a copy of Jen’s latest book, Fierce, Free, and Full of Fire: The Guide to Being Glorious You.Bob’s latest digital course, Author Class with Bob Goff, is now available for a limited time.Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Rachel Hollis is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, a top business podcaster, the founder and CEO of the Hollis Company, a company that exists to help people build better lives, and one of the most sought-after motivational speakers in the world. As a bestselling author and wildly successful lifestyle influencer, she has built a global social media fanbase in the millions.Dave Hollis is the COO of the Hollis Company. He is husband to Rachel and father to Jackson, Sawyer, Ford, and Noah. Together with his wife, Dave hosts the podcast Rise Together, a top health podcast on iTunes. Dave was previously president of distribution for the Walt Disney Studios until he left to apply his experiences to the expansion of the Hollis Company.Rachel and Dave live with their family in Austin, Texas, where he drives a 1969 Ford Bronco named Incredible Hulk and has a mini schnauzer named Jeffrey.Author Class Launches In One Week!Everyone has at least one or two books in them. We put together a seven step writing framework called Author Class so you can get your words out into the world. With this online course, you will receive videos from Bob to accompany each of the seven steps of the framework, as well as guided exercises in an interactive PDF workbook. We'd love for you to join us for this online experience and be a part of an amazing community of writers!Join our waitlist today to be the first to receive updates about the course and early access to register!Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Max Lucado is a best-selling Christian author and writer and preacher at Oak Hills Church (formerly the Oak Hills Church of Christ) in San Antonio, Texas.Max has written almost 100 books with 80 million copies in print, including three recipients of the Charles "Kip" Jordon Gold Medallion Christian Book of the Year (Just Like Jesus, In the Grip of Grace, and When God Whispers Your Name), and has also appeared regularly on several bestseller lists including the New York Times Best Seller List.Lucado was named "America's Pastor" by Christianity Today magazine and in 2005 was named by Reader's Digest as "The Best Preacher in America." He has also been featured on The Fox News Channel, NBC Nightly News, Larry King Live, LLBN, and USA Today. He has been a featured speaker at the National Prayer Breakfast.This month, we're also offering a take-home workbook you can use to guide your discernment for the work you can do as a force for good in this world.Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
John Cotton Richmond serves as the United States Ambassador-at-Large to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons and leads the Department’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons. In October 2018, the Senate unanimously confirmed him and President Trump appointed him to lead the United States’ global engagement to combat human trafficking and support the coordination of anti-trafficking efforts across the U.S. government.Ambassador Richmond comes to the highest position in the federal government dedicated to combating human trafficking, after a distinguished career in the global battle for freedom. He co-founded the Human Trafficking Institute that exists to decimate modern slavery at its source by empowering police and prosecutors to use victim-centered and trauma-informed methods to hold traffickers accountable and ensure survivors are treated with respect and care.Prior to the Institute, Ambassador Richmond served, for more than ten years, as a federal prosecutor in the U.S. Department of Justice’s Human Trafficking Prosecution Unit where he was named one of the “Federal Prosecutors of the Year” by the Federal Law Enforcement Foundation. He investigated and prosecuted numerous victim-centered labor and sex trafficking cases throughout the United States. He also prosecuted cross burnings, police misconduct, and neo-Nazi hate crimes cases. Ambassador Richmond regularly served as an expert to the United Nations Working Group on Trafficking in Persons. He also lived in India for three years pioneering International Justice Mission’s anti-slavery work.Ambassador Richmond’s work to combat human trafficking has earned numerous honors, including: receiving the David Allred Award for Exceptional Contributions to Civil Rights, twice earning the Department of Homeland Security’s Outstanding Investigative Accomplishments in a Human Trafficking Award, as well as twice receiving the Department of Justice’s Special Commendation Award.Ambassador Richmond has trained judges, prosecutors, federal agents, law enforcement officers, and non-governmental organizations on effective, proactive human trafficking investigative and prosecutorial strategies. He also taught Human Trafficking Law, Policy, and Litigation at Pepperdine School of Law and Vanderbilt Law School. In 2018, while at the Human Trafficking Institute, he co-authored the first Federal Human Trafficking Report that collected and analyzed all the active federal human trafficking cases in the United States. Ambassador Richmond earned his Bachelor’s degree from the University of Mary Washington and his Juris Doctor from Wake Forest University School of Law.———————This month, we're also offering a take-home workbook you can use to guide your discernment for the work you can do as a force for good in this world.Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmelpushplayproductions.orgPush Play ProductionsA production agency out of Bend OR that specializes in Content Creation, Digital Marketing and Podcast Editing.scottschimmelspeaks.comScott Schimmel SpeaksScott Schimmel is a public speaker for conferences, school assemblies, keynotes, workshops, and retreats.
There’s never been a time where we’re more mindful of the connections we share globally. Way more than infecting each other with viruses through a pandemic; everything we do is interwoven, between our economies, policies,  health practices, and values. Like the quarantined Italians serenading each other across the piazzas, we’re all learning how to look out for each other’s shared interests and get more involved in each other’s welfare.The pressing question then becomes: how do we be thoughtful and wise about the role we might play in redeeming the world?This month, we're also offering a take-home workbook you can use to guide your discernment for the work you can do as a force for good in this world.Bob’s done relief work overseas for decades. He’s learned a lot about himself, about crossing cultures, and doing work that lasts. Listen in this week as we kick off a series of conversations with global leaders about Dreaming Big for the World.Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Entrepreneur, speaker, and host, Miles Adcox. He is the Owner and CEO of Onsite, an internationally acclaimed emotional health retreat center that delivers life changing personal growth workshops, inspiring content, leadership retreats, and emotional health intensives. He is the owner of Onsite Music Publishing and Milestones at Onsite. He also serves as the spokesperson of The Onsite Foundation and the International Society for Experiential Professionals (ISEP). Miles has created and managed multiple mental health programs, personal growth workshops, and speaks nationally on emotional wellness. He and Onsite have been featured on 20/20, New York Times, Wall Street Journal, Dr Phil Show, and many more. Miles works with, consults, and serves on the board of several non profits. He alsoconsults major brands on organizational health and emotional wellness. He is a communication, personal growth, and mental health consultant to the entertainment industry.Discovering what your big ambitions are is the first important step. After that, you need to figure out how to get there. This month we’re offering a free chapter and video from our digital library in the Dream Big Taking Off course about getting creative. Click the link above to download the workbook and watch the video to get some clarity on what your next steps might be. Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Lisa Bevere’s authentic and passionate teachings weave profound biblical truths with practical application. A New York Times best-selling author, her books are in the hands of millions worldwide. Lisa and her husband John are the founders of Messenger International.Discovering what your big ambitions are is the first important step. After that, you need to figure out how to get there. This month we’re offering a free chapter and video from our digital library in the Dream Big Taking Off course about getting creative. Click the link above to download the workbook and watch the video to get some clarity on what your next steps might be. Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Bethany Hamilton has become a source of inspiration to millions through her story of determination, faith, and hope. At the age of 13, Bethany lost her left arm to a 14-foot tiger shark, which seemed to end her career as a rising surf star. One month after the attack, Bethany returned to the water and within two years had won her first national title. In 2007, she realized her dream of surfing professionally and since then, her story has been told in a New York Times best selling autobiography and in the 2011 film, Soul Surfer. Bethany is involved in numerous charitable efforts, including her own foundation, Friends of Bethany, which reaches out to amputees and youth, encouraging and offering hope to overcome through Jesus Christ. Using her platform as a professional athlete to promote living a fit and healthy lifestyle, she authored the book Body and Soul in 2014. Bethany’s latest project, Unstoppable, a surf documentary which showcases her as one of the best women surfers in the world, released theatrically in the USA on July 12, 2019, accompanied by a photo book and a children’s book. Passionate about helping young women be unstoppable in life and faith, Bethany has launched a new website and online course for sharing content and facilitating connection. Her greatest joy is being a wife and mother, and she continues to touch and inspire lives globally as a professional surfer and motivational speaker.BethanyHamilton.com Discovering what your big ambitions are is the first important step. After that, you need to figure out how to get there. This month we’re offering a free chapter and video from our digital library in the Dream Big Taking Off course about getting creative. Click the link above to download the workbook and watch the video to get some clarity on what your next steps might be. Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
When our lives and routines get disrupted, big feelings arise. Then you add in the threat to our financial stability and health...even bigger reactions. Maybe you find yourself overcome with fear and anxiety. Or maybe you're disengaging and shutting down emotionally. Either way- you're human! What does it look like to engage this unusual time with wisdom and grace?Also- we know what an unusual time this is. What if this great disruption was an opportunity for you to engage with your learning and growth? For a limited time, we're cutting the costs of all our digital courses starting tomorrow, Thursday, March 19th on dreambigframework.com/coursesAlso on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Kayla Stoecklein resides in southern California with her three young boys. Her life was flipped upside-down by the sudden loss of her husband, Andrew. In the wake of his death Kayla has bravely and vulnerably shared her deepest pain with the world. Her pain has become her purpose as she continues to encourage others who are struggling while pointing them to God along the way. When she has a day to herself you can find Kayla sitting by her favorite lifeguard tower at the beach, sipping an iced coffee, reading a good book, and searching for little glimpses of heaven on earth. --Discovering what your big ambitions are is the first important step. After that, you need to figure out how to get there. This month we’re offering a free chapter and video from our digital library in the Dream Big Taking Off course about getting creative. Click the link above to download the workbook and watch the video to get some clarity on what your next steps might be. Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host:  Scott Schimmel
For the past year Bob and friends have been regularly visiting the inmates at San Quentin State Prison just north of San Francisco. Although the context is for Bob to teach a modified Dream Big workshop, the inmates have been the real teachers. They are living examples of grace, redemption, respect, and the courage to dream again.Maybe you’re not in prison, but you find yourself stuck in the circumstances of your life. Listen in to this thoughtful conversation between Bob Goff and Kevin (aka ‘Special Kay’), Vincent, and Brandon and be inspired by the courage of the inmates to dream for a new life. --Discovering what your big ambitions are is the first important step. After that, you need to figure out how to get there. This month we’re offering a free chapter and video from our digital library in the Dream Big Taking Off course about getting creative. Click the link above to download the workbook and watch the video to get some clarity on what your next steps might be. Also on the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Bianca Juarez Olthoff is a best-selling author of Play with Fire and How to Have Your Life Not Suck. She is a passionate Jesus-loving, bible-teaching, book-writing MexiRican who loves to help people navigate life, connect in community, and live significantly. Bianca is passionate about inspiring the next generation to discover life and purpose in Jesus.As founder and President of In The Name of Love, she is committed to the incarcerated and equipping inmates to discover freedom despite their surroundings. Through conferences and resources, she travels to host gatherings for both men and women. Knowing the power of words and how to wield them wisely, Bianca travels over 40 times a year both domestically and internationally to speak at conferences, churches, and colleges.Order her latest book: How to Have Your Life Not SuckFollow her @BiancaOlthoff----Discovering what your big ambitions are is the first important step. After that, you need to figure out how to get there. This month we’re offering a free chapter and video from our digital library in the Dream Big Taking Off course about getting creative. Click the link above to download the workbook and watch the video to get some clarity on what your next steps might be. On the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
Author and speaker Beth Moore is a dynamic teacher whose conferences take her across the globe. Beth founded Living Proof Ministries in 1994 with the purpose of encouraging women to know and love Jesus through the study of Scripture. She has written numerous bestselling books and Bible studies, including So Long, Insecurity, Breaking Free, Believing God, Entrusted, and The Quest, which have been read by women of all ages, races, and denominations. Another recent addition includes her first work of fiction, The Undoing of Saint Silvanus.Beth recently celebrated twenty years of Living Proof Live conferences. She can be seen teaching Bible studies on the television program Living Proof with Beth Moore, aired on the Trinity Broadcasting Network.She and her husband of forty years reside in Houston, Texas. She is a dedicated wife, the mother of two adult daughters, and the grandmother of three delightful grandchildren.Discovering what your big ambitions are is the first important step. After that, you need to figure out how to get there. This month we’re offering a free chapter and video from our digital library in the Dream Big Taking Off course about getting creative. Click the link above to download the workbook and watch the video to get some clarity on what your next steps might be. On the episode:Producers: Tatave Abeshyan and Haley KingEngineer: Jackson CarpenterProducer & Co-host: Scott Schimmel
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Thomas G. Pool

Great episode!

Jul 26th
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Willie Downs

I just listened to the pilot episode, and very excited about this podcast! Thank you, Bob, for putting this together! No doubt it's going to be super inspiring.

Apr 8th
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