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Author: Nathan Osmond

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Your weekly podcast headquarters for inspiration, motivation and all things AWESOME! Brought to you by Master Life Coach, Nathan Osmond.
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Does being a man of your word make you Superman? It does in this week's episode. Country music legend, Jeff Cook, shares some fun insights and advice which has helped him to achieve awesomeness over the past 50 years in show business. As one of the founding members of the hit Country group, Alabama, he and his cousins (Randy Owen & Teddy Gentry) have changed the style of an entire industry, selling over 75 million albums and earning over 40 #1 hit singles & countless awards. He's an entrepreneur and has had a solo career of his own. Jeff is a cancer survivor and is now battling Parkinson's Disease; something he kept private for quite some time. He is living proof that you "Can't Keep A Good Man Down!" 
Wanna change the world? Start by changing your habits. This week we sit down with entrepreneur and success coach, Justin Prince, to discover new ways of igniting the greatness that lies within you. Learn what it means to go "All In" and how to follow success formulas. Learn one word that can guarantee your success. Receive a FREE copy of Justin's e-book when you listen to this episode so that you too can enjoy unapologetic success. Details contained within the interview. Learn more at 
RG Williams, the host of Open Your Destiny podcast, shares some important life lessons he's learned along the way. Known as the "Mentor's Mentor," RG has created, developed, and written training curriculum for some of the biggest wealth coaches in the America. Learn that success is not a secret, it's a formula, and that each one of us play an intricate part in this world. Learn more at 
Jon Gossett of Life's Worth Living podcast sits down with Nathan Osmond to discuss how to find true joy in this life. They discuss the topics of suicide prevention, overcoming depression, and seeking help when needed. Nathan shares some very personal stories and how he overcame the "Charlie Brown" inside. He also shares a song he recorded with Linda Davis about suicide prevention called, "Don't Go There." 
From starring in 76 films and tv shows, garnering three Platinum Albums, ten Gold Albums and five Gold Singles, to running his own guitar manufacturing company, Stallone has done it all...Frank that is! This episode covers how he was able to step out from his brother Sylvester's shadow and create a name all of his own. This real Italian Stallion's story is "Far From Over" and you will see why. Learn how you too can take life's hits and keep getting up! 
Join the conversation with the hosts of Your Cre8tivity podcast, Dylan Mazziotti and Stephan Hatch. We discuss the importance of staying creative during the COVID-19 Coronavirus pandemic and why it is so important to take advantage of the time we have right now. Learn the power of the blank page and how your uniqueness should be your greatest strength. Learn why studies show that only 2% of each age range (10 years and up) are considered highly creative. Where do you rank in your creativity?
Meet Gabe Adams. This young man born with a rare brith defect called, Hanhart Syndrome, resulting in no arms or legs, and yet he is a professional dancer, songwriter, and even recently walked the runway at New York Fashion Week. His Can-Do attitude is infectious and will inspire you to go after your dreams. He will show you that anything is possible and how you too can be "Limbitless!"   
As head of LA Times Studio, it is Clint Schaff's job to create storytelling that connects with audiences in the spirit of respectful, informed conversation. He oversees some of the nation's biggest podcasts. Growing-up in a small North Dakota town, Clint developed an inner desire to connect with the world. Whether writing for the New York Yankees, working with David Bowie, or serving in the Clinton-Gore White House, Clint has lived an adventurous life. He shares several tips on how to overcome loneliness during these days of isolation and social distancing.  
Award-winning director and licensed psychotherapist, Alexander Vesley, shares insights into his grandfather's life; Dr Viktor Frankl. Author of the hit book, "Man's Search For Meaning,"  Frankl depicted how he survived Nazi death camps and became the father of logotherapy, the subject of Vesely's hit film; "Viktor and I". Learn what it means to find meaning in suffering and how these lessons are more pertinent today than ever before.
Voted "Top Ten Keynote Speaker" by Entrepreneur, Scott Duffy discusses how to live your dreams through entrepreneurship. From working with Tony Robbins and having a business acquired by Sir Richard Branson, to interviewing some of the world's top thought leaders, Scott has some invaluable information to share with you, the listener. 
As the world faces the coronavirus pandemic, COVID-19 fears have forced conferences, trainings, meetings, and social gatherings to be cancelled...That is until now. Technology & business Fall-Of-Famer, David Bradford, and his wife, Dr Linda Bradford share their 7 million-dollar solution; 3D Meet! Learn how a 3D virtual video game is helping to solve the social distancing challenge by helping companies come together and carry on business as usual. Learn how you and your family can also take advantage of this incredible technology.
Country music legend, Michael Peterson, takes us on a journey from his football days, to his number one Billboard chart topping hits, to his over 150 private concerts for US troops in Iraq and Afghanistan. Recipient of the Bob Hope Spirit of Hope Award by the US Army and the USO, Michael asks the question, "How Can I Serve?" 
Denis Nurmela, the founder of The YES Place (Young Entrepreneur Success), joins us from China where he is teaching thousands of university students both English and Entrepreneurship. He shares the power of neuro linguistic programming (NLP) and how to underpromise and overdeliver in business. Learn updates about the Corona Virus (Covid-19) from someone who is on the ground. This episode is filled with great advice and some laughter too. Enjoy!
From football coach to homeless drug addict to motivational speaker, Jared Miller takes us on his road to recovery. His stories help to instill hope when there is none as we explains how he overcame a powerful opioid addiction. Jared reminds the listener that even the smallest prayer can still be heard, even when it comes from within the walls of a dark jail cell. To learn more about this dynamic young man, please visit, 
US Silver Meadalist Paralympian, Utah "Wheelin'" Jazz Player, and two-time Guinness Book of World Records holder, are just some of the titles Jeff Griffin carries. He teaches you the power of the apostrophe in the word, "I'Mpossible." From training with US Navy Seals to tackling activities doctors told him he would never do, Jeff will amplify your power and potential and he'll show you how he does it one step at a time.
The "Money Ball Guy," himself, Tom "Tommy" Schaff, breaks down what it means to be authentic in sales. His quick whit, humor, and love of baseball will open your eyes to a world of delivering Big League value and return on investment for your customers and clients. This is one episode you don't want to miss!
From taking imperfect action to the power of purpose to showing up to serve, Tiffany Peterson shares ten invaluable lessons she has learned in the ten years of running her own successful business. This is one powerhouse lady who knows what she wants and lets nothing stand in her way. Enjoy! Learn more at
Former Utah Film Commissioner, Marshall D. Moore, takes us behind the scenes of some of Utah's most iconic films. He shares invaluable lessons he's learned about creating opportunities and listening to his associates. Bust out the popcorn and get ready to learn to Mr. Movie Man himself, Marshall D. Moore! #FilmLife
World class wheelchair athlete and world record holder discusses the day when a 2,000 bale of hay shattered his neck, leaving him a quadriplegic. His contagious optimism and zest for life will inspire you to do what must be done. Grab a tissue and get ready to be inspired! Learn more at 
Jeff Crane is a what I like to call a "Super Connector" and has mastered the art of networking. On this episode he shares some invaluable information on how to stand-out in the room and how to connect with anyone, anywhere, anytime.  It's not so much of what you know, but who you know, who they know, and who knows you! 
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