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Have you ever been to a party and had a great one-on-one conversation with someone, despite all the noise and chaos going on in the background? Then this episode is for you. That's right -- Denise packed up her podcast gear and brought it all to a party on NYE. Throughout the evening, as time marched on toward midnight, she recorded short interviews with guests of all ages, from precious 5-year-old Lucia to well, according to her son Aidan, Denise is 9,000 (fake news). We hope you enjoy this episode -- as we share our 2021 highlights and our hopes for 2022. We are really excited to continue this podcasting journey into the new year, and we are glad you are along for the ride. Thank you for supporting Join the Conversation with Denise Clark. If you find these conversations valuable, please follow/subscribe to the show and share it with a friend or two! For more of Denise's work, check out her blog, The Stories that We Weave.  Music Credit: Ikson 
When Denise's husband Gene spoils her with state-of-the-art podcasting equipment to take her passion project to the next level, the result is an unplanned mini-season on New Year's Eve! We've kicked off the night right with a chat with the lovable "Little Liam" who isn't so little anymore. This totally natural conversation about the highs and lows of 2021 will warm your heart, and his "live in the moment" plan for 2022 will inspire all you over-thinkers out there! Thank you for supporting Join the Conversation with Denise Clark. If you find these conversations valuable, please follow/subscribe to the show and share it with a friend or two! For more of Denise's work, check out her blog, The Stories that We Weave.  Music Credit: Ikson 
According to today's guest Scott Schara, his daughter Grace, a 19-year-old girl with Down syndrome, was killed by the actions of unethical medical personnel. Scott had to watch Grace die on FaceTime because he was prevented from being with her in the hospital, and no doctor or nurse would help save her life because of an illegal Do-Not-Resuscitate order placed on Grace without family consent. Scott Schara is working tirelessly to bring his daughter’s story to all corners of the world to help prevent anyone else from going through the pain of losing a loved one at the hands of medical personnel.  Scott believes hospital protocols do not have the best interest of the patient in mind; but rather have the financial interest of the institution in mind, and a genocidal interest that is occurring against those with special needs who are dying at an 11X greater rate in hospitals since Covid began. To learn more about Scott's passion to change the world for more people like Grace, see his website https://ouramazinggrace.net/home.  
Thanh Pham is the founder of Asian Efficiency, a productivity training company, where they help people become more productive at work and in life. He started Asian Efficiency in 2011 and has helped over 16,000 clients, the blog attracts annually over 1 million readers, and their podcast The Productivity Show is the #1 productivity podcast with over 12 million downloads. Thanh has been featured in Forbes, Fast Company, and Inc magazines as a thought leader and he gives keynotes across the world on productivity, efficiency and time management.Check out Thanh's website: Asian Efficiency and his Podcast The Productivity Show. 
Marc Paisant is the creator and host of the Relatively Normal podcast.  In his show, he shares his experiences with ADHD, anxiety and depression.  He shows that no one is alone and there is always someone willing to listen and assist when is comes to coping and managing all kinds of stress. He is a advocate for therapy and counseling and talks about his years of therapy that he has used to manage his mental health.  
Greg Wieting is a healer who helps leaders and entrepreneurs heal the anxiety, depression, chronic pain, and trauma they can't think or talk their way out of. He is the founder of PRISMA – a framework overlaying trauma, neuroscience, and energy medicine with somatic and mindfulness-based practices. He developed this while healing his own anxiety, depression, and chronic pain rooted in trauma. This included unraveling a severe spinal curvature and standing three inches taller today!Over the last two decades, Greg has helped thousands heal through his one-on-one practice and has certified hundreds of healthcare professionals in his methodology. His new online course and community now make healing practical and accessible to all. Greg has spoken at The Institute of Noetic Sciences about energy medicine, The California Institute of Integral Studies about trauma-informed touch, the California Academy of Sciences on neuroplasticity and brain health, and Hive Global Leaders on the intersection of healing, spirituality and entrepreneurship. Find out more about PRISMA here.  
In today's episode, Denise speaks with Dr. Toby Travis about the role of trust in leadership.  Dr. Travis is the developer of TrustED, a framework for school improvement focused on developing trusted leaders. In addition, he is an Executive Consultant with the Global School Consulting Group, an Adjunct Professor for the International Graduate Program of Educators for the State University of New York College at Buffalo, and an experienced teacher and school administrator, currently serving as the Superintendent of the Village Christian Academy in Fayetteville, NC. As a guest speaker, trainer, and consultant, his work has taken him throughout the United States and Europe, South Asia, Central, and South America.Dr. Travis is the author of the award-winning book "TrustED: The Bridge to School Improvement" - available at Amazon, featured in Forbes, and named "Book of The Month" (November), and nominated for "Book of The Year" (2021) by The Magic Pen. Find out more about the work Dr. Travis does here -- https://www.schoolright.net/trusted 
Leaders need to know themselves in order to harness their authentic leadership style and potential. Today's guest, Darren Reinke, walks us through how leaders can lead from the inside out. Darren Reinke fundamentally believes there is greatness within each one of us. His mission is to unleash the inner lion within leaders so that they can lead more authentic and joyful lives while creating stronger and more resilient teams, organizations, and communities.Darren founded Group Sixty, an executive coaching and training company based in San Diego, to bring his purpose to life and to transform leaders, their teams, and their organizations. Group Sixty works with leaders and teams at Fortune 500’s, mid-market companies, fast-growing startups, and visionary non-profits.Darren started his career at Accenture and also spent time at successful companies such as Gap, Neutrogena, and ProFlowers prior to launching Group Sixty.Darren graduated with highest honors from UC Davis and received his MBA from UC Berkeley. He is also a certified executive coach through the International Coach Federation.To find out more about Darren's work, start at his website: https://www.thesavageleader.com/ 
“My gift will not be knowledge. You can google anything I say. My gift will be new thinking, different thinking, and deeper thinking.” With a reputation for exceptionally satisfied clients, Jay Williams helps leaders from small businesses to Fortune 500 companies achieve desired outcomes through his leadership philosophy and methodology. He has significant experience in executive development, sales, process analysis and transformation, client services, and change management.Jay also has proven expertise in creating alignment among leaders and executives to ensure clarity of values, company culture, strategic priorities, and key business metrics. A student of human behavior and leadership, his track record, consulting, and writing offer a lifetime of insight.Jay is the author of: This Vs That: Better Thinking, Better Choices, Better Leader and Leave Your Mark: The Thinking, Skills and Behaviors of Influencers. A frequent speaker at industry events, his warm, humorous and sometimes irreverent style engages audiences to shift their thinking. He helps them examine their point of view, eliminate  preconceptions, and start searching for truth instead.Jay has lived in your world—entry level to executive suite—which helps him communicate from your perspective.Find Jay's  books here: https://www.jaywilliamsco.com/books
We can't move ahead without knowing where we have been. Today's guest, Barbara Mojica, helps us intertwine an understanding of history and our goals for the future as leaders. Author, educator, and parent, Barbara Ann Mojica provides tools to inspire, entertain and educate youth.  History is the key to solving today’s problems.  Tired of being bombarded by social media noise? Accept the challenge. Be a truth-teller. Barbara Ann Mojica, M.A. S.A.S., S.D.A is a historian and retired educator. Her education career spans more than forty years serving as a teacher, special educator, principal, and school district administrator.Using the whimsical Little Miss History character to narrate her book series, she makes learning history a fun-filled adventure. Barbara firmly believes, "If you don't know your history, you don't know what you're talking about."Find Barbara's blog here: https://bamauthor.me/14-reasons-you-need-history/?preview_id=7053&preview_nonce=ed668d3c5c&preview=true 
"Ok, Boomer." "Gah! These Millennials." The generational labels and assumptions that accompany them can cause tension in the workplace. In today's episode, Dr. Rick Chromey deconstructs those labels and inspires us to rethink how we work together and how we lead. Dr. Rick Chromey uses historical insight and cultural inspiration to empower audiences to rethink and reimagine how they lead, teach, pastor and parent.With over 30 years of training experience, Dr. Chromey is a sought after speaker both nationally and internationally, He has also penned over a dozen books on leadership, culture, history, classroom management and creative communication, including his most recent book "GenTech: An American Story of Technology, Change and Who We Really Are."Chromey enjoys collecting antique technology, pop culture, watching baseball, riding his motorcycle, traveling and writing. He lives with his wife Linda, and adorable dog and an ornery cat in a small town outside of Boise, ID.Find more about Dr. Chromey at his website -- https://rickchromey.com/ 
Too often, we think leaders can't be happy -- maybe because we think if they are happy, then they aren't paying attention.  Or, perhaps it's because we think leaders must sacrifice all of their personal happiness in order to truly serve their team. On today's episode, Steve Fredlund turns all of those assumptions on their heads and declares that Yes! Leaders can be happy.  Steve Fredlund is a mentor and keynote speaker, providing insights and encouragement to help people become happier. He has more than three decades of problem-solving and leadership experience in corporate, nonprofit and entrepreneurial settings. Steve has an MBA and is a Fellow of the Society of Actuaries; he is a two-time TEDx speaker, founder of Small Small Business and creator of The Solving BOX ™ framework. Steve has lived his entire life in East Central Minnesota with his wife and their three, now-grown children. His multi-passionate interests include podcasting, poker, disc golf and trying to stay a loyal Minnesota sports fan.You can find Steve on LinkedIn and his website --https://stevefredlund.com/ Steve is offering listeners to this podcast the opportunity to jump in a 10-week group mentoring program on becoming happier with a 40% discount ($300).
We are so excited to kick off Season #5 of Join the Conversation with leadership coach John Chikotowosky! John works with leaders to gain clarity, confidence, and calm as they find both success and greater satisfaction. John has more than 25 years of executive & leadership experience across multiple industries. Past clients include Verizon, AT&T, Genentech, and Warner Brothers. He is also a former non-profit Executive Director and helps non-profit executives build thriving organizations. He leads with authenticity, a focus on success and a good sense of humor! Check out his website: https://www.northstar-coaching.com/ 
In today's episode, Denise interviews Elisabeth Lava.  Elisabeth is a former deadly disease investigator, community health leader, and veterinarian, who helped prepare for and respond to the pandemic.  Elisabeth went through many dark nights of the soul that pushed her into a spiritual transformation that led her to powerful healers, mindfulness, meditation, yoga, Ayurveda and spiritual practices of deep wisdom.Now Elisabeth bridges the world as a transformational health, life, and spiritual emergence coach. Healthcare providers, veterinarians, and conscious leaders hire her to support them in returning to wholeness through deep self care or transition to a different career to find inner joy and peace. You can learn more about her work at https://www.elisabethlava.com/retreats. Please be sure to follow Join the Conversation with Denise Clark so that you don't miss a moment of this exciting season! Check out Denise's blogs for more of her musings: The Stories that We Weave.This episode was made possible by PodMatch. Find us on Instagram @jtc_with_denise_clark  Email show comments and ideas directly to Denise: jtcwithdeniseclark@gmail.com!Music Credit: Ikson 
A highly-sought after speaker, trainer and coach known as “Jim Carrey with a Ph.D.,” Dr. Danny Brassell has spoken to over 3,000 audiences worldwide and authored 16 books, including his latest, Leadership Begins with Motivation. He is the co-founder of www.theREADINGhabit.com, the world’s top reading engagement program. freereadingtraining.com“To thank your audience, I'd like to supply them with a complimentary e-copy of my book "Read, Lead & Succeed," which provides inspirational quotes & stories and adult- and children's-level book recommendations. I will also provide two digital trainings for parents interested in helping their children read more, read better and love reading.” – Dr. Danny Brassell Please be sure to follow Join the Conversation with Denise Clark so that you don't miss a moment of this exciting season! Check out Denise's blogs for more of her musings: The Stories that We Weave. This episode was made possible by PodMatch. Find us on Instagram @jtc_with_denise_clark  Email show comments and ideas directly to Denise: jtcwithdeniseclark@gmail.com!Music Credit: Ikson 
Andrena Sawyer is the President of P.E.R.K. Consulting, an advisory firm for small to mid-sized nonprofits and businesses, and the founder of the Minority Christian Women Entrepreneurs Network (MCWEN).  For her work with nonprofits and small businesses, she has received numerous awards including the Startup Africa Woman Entrepreneur of the Year award, The Black Business Review’s 40 Under 40, The International Alliance for Women World of Difference 100 Award, the Women Owned Small Business Award by the Associated Black Charities, and the Hope for Africa Leadership in Community Development Award.In addition to her work with businesses and nonprofits, she is the author of several books, including: The Misadventures of a New Entrepreneur: 5 Things They Won’t Teach You in Business School. Learn more about the Andrena Sawyer at her website: https://www.andrenasawyer.com/  Please be sure to follow Join the Conversation with Denise Clark so that you don't miss a moment of this exciting season! Check out Denise's blogs for more of her musings: The Stories that We Weave.This episode was made possible by PodMatch. Find us on Instagram @jtc_with_denise_clark  Email show comments and ideas directly to Denise: jtcwithdeniseclark@gmail.com!Music Credit: Ikson 
Charissa Sims is the host of the International Podcast, “You, Inspired”, #1 Best Selling author of Change Your Energy Change Your Life, Best Selling Children’s book author, entrepreneur, mom, teacher, corporate consultant and spiritual healer.  She has studied meditation, spiritual healing and has learned to master her own healing abilities. For over ten years, she has worked as a spiritual healer and has changed people’s lives in the areas of releasing spirits, relationship cord cutting.  In the past, she has been a professor at the University of Southern California. Ms. Sims has worked with Amazon, Google, FOX, NBC Universal, ViacomCBS, and many more thousands of companies, non-profits and schools. Learn more about Charissa’s work by visiting her website.  Her “You Inspired" Podcast offers free meditations and episodes on inspiring people living their best lives.  Charissa is available to book a free discovery call on her website to learn more about her healings and books.Please be sure to follow Join the Conversation with Denise Clark so that you don't miss a moment of this exciting season! Check out Denise's blogs for more of her musings: The Stories that We Weave.This episode was made possible by PodMatch. Find us on Instagram @jtc_with_denise_clark  Email show comments and ideas directly to Denise: jtcwithdeniseclark@gmail.com!Music Credit: Ikson 
Dr. Roseann Capanna-Hodge is a mental health trailblazer, founder of The Global Institute of Children’s Mental Health, and media expert who is “Changing the way we view and treat children’s mental health”.  FORBES magazine called her, “A thought leader in children’s mental health”. Her work has helped thousands reverse the most challenging conditions: ADHD, anxiety, mood, Lyme, and PANS/PANDAS using PROVEN holistic therapies.  She is featured on dozens of media outlets.To learn more about Dr. Roseann’s work, check out her new book. It’s Gonna Be OK. In her straight shooter and lively way, Dr. Roseann breaks down EXACTLY what parents need to do to make foundational changes that bring lasting gains. This is the ultimate parent guide that walks you through step-by-step how to use nutrition, supplements, genetics, detoxification, stress management, parenting, and clinical tools such as psychotherapy, neurofeedback and biofeedback to help your child be calm, happy, listen better, achieve good grades, and just get along with others. Just like at her center, Dr. Roseann gets parents to stop thinking about, “If he gets better” to “When he gets better”. Please be sure to follow Join the Conversation with Denise Clark so that you don't miss a moment of this exciting season! Check out Denise's blogs for more of her musings: The Stories that We Weave.This episode was made possible by PodMatch. Find us on Instagram @jtc_with_denise_clark  Email show comments and ideas directly to Denise: jtcwithdeniseclark@gmail.com!Music Credit: Ikson 
Author and TED speaker Nathaniel A. Turner, JD, MALS, is a self-described “Humanity Propulsion Engineer.” Nate is the author of several books, including the children’s book series, “The Amazing World of STEM,” and his history-making book, “Raising Supaman.”As a zealous advocate that every person has an opportunity to maximize their human potential, Nate regularly shares through books, courses, workshops, and conferences a backward design life process initially created to help his unborn child become a great global citizen and meet the rigorous educational requirements of the top colleges and universities without means of wealth, privilege, legacy status, fraud, bribery, cheating or Adobe Photoshop. You can find all things Nate Turner at his website, https://www.nathanielaturner.com/ Please be sure to follow Join the Conversation with Denise Clark so that you don't miss a moment of this exciting season! Check out Denise's blogs for more of her musings: The Stories that We Weave.This episode was made possible by PodMatch. Find us on Instagram @jtc_with_denise_clark  Email show comments and ideas directly to Denise: jtcwithdeniseclark@gmail.com!Music Credit: Ikson 
Daniel is the co-founder of Spacemakers®, a productivity consulting group for busy leaders. As a trainer, coach and keynote speaker, Daniel has worked with CEO’s, executives, and other senior professionals throughout Australia and beyond. His professional history includes leadership roles in physiotherapy, health management, project management and Christian ministry.In this episode, Denise & Daniel talk about how to balance productivity and connection in our demanding, modern society. Daniel's  book "Spacemaker - how to unplug, unwind and think clearly in the digital age," won the Australian Business Book Awards in 2021 (best personal development book). Please be sure to subscribe to Join the Conversation with Denise Clark so that you don't miss a moment of this exciting season! Check out Denise's blogs for more of her musings: The Stories that We Weave.This episode was made possible by PodMatch. Find us on Instagram @jtc_with_denise_clark  Email show comments and ideas directly to Denise: jtcwithdeniseclark@gmail.com!Music Credit: Ikson 
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