A Coach’s Purpose with David Bentley

David Bentley’s zest for life towers over his dwarfism. Fearless and resilient, his early life was defined by basketball and football ambitions. However, High School made his disability visible as able-bodied peers changed David’s game. He swiftly pivoted, becoming a Basketball Manager in a decision that forever changed his life.

Money and Wealth with Roslyn Weems

The 14th of 14 children, Roselyn Weems fended off poverty and homelessness to become a force in the financial world. In this podcast, Roslyn drops revelations on finding true wealth. She lives by the philosophy that “wealth is being rich in every area of your life.”

The Making of a Mentor with LaNelle Ramey

Milwaukee native LaNelle Ramey shares his family’s quest to break the cycle of poverty and the role mentors played in shaping his life. He recounts the peer mentoring circle that kept him on the straight path, and Tom, his high school teacher who steered him in the College direction.

I Was Addicted to Hate with Chris Buckley

In a riveting tell-all, Chris Buckley is a former veteran and Ku Klux Klan white supremacist with a dark past framed by childhood sexual abuse and an absent father. A life-changing hug from Arno Michaelis, a former white supremacist, helps to bring him back to life. In this interview, Chris shares how Arno connected him to his new purpose with Parents4Peace, a non-profit that saves people from extremism.

No Food Wasted with Caroline Cotto

Caroline Cotto is a young global leader who’s revolutionizing the food waste industry. The Co-Founder and COO of Renewal Mill, Fulbright Fellow to the UN’s World Food Program, White House intern for Michelle Obama’s “Let’s Move” initiative, […]

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