Conversations with the unconventionally successful.

Episode 11 – Identify a Need, Take a Risk, Follow a Passion

December 18, 2018

Dr. David Epstein is a pediatric intensive care physician and attending physician at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, specializing in pediatric cardiac intensive care medicine and fiberoptic bronchoscopy.  Despite this extremely high profile and gratifying medical position, he saw that there were opportunities for contributing further to the community.  Together with his wife, David has single handedly created MVP Pediatric and Urgent Care, an urgent care facility specializing in children’s urgent medical needs and community engagement in Los Angeles.

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Episode 10 – Balancing Life with Fitness

December 5, 2018

Nathalia Melo is a competitive fitness model, and in 2012 became the first Brazilian to win the Bikini Olympia. In addition to being an extremely accomplished athlete, Nathalia is a dedicated mother of 2 and a successful entrepreneur. She is the founder and CEO of Nathalia Melo Fit, a web based fitness and nutrition resource specifically for women going through the pre and pos-natal stages of pregnancy.

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Episode 9 – Reality Check

December 4, 2018

Nick Hounslow is an A-List Celebrity Trainer, model, and actor. Nick works with some of Hollywood’s biggest names to prepare them both physically and mentally for their roles in major productions. The philosophy he teaches some of your favorite celebrities he now shares with you.

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Episode 8 – The Future is Yours (Failing vs. Being a Failure)

November 27, 2018

Jennifer Sanneman has gone from being an abandoned orphan at the age of 9 to beauty pageant winner for Mrs. Minnesota and Mrs. Minnesota International 2005. Today, Jennifer is the founder and CEO of Essence Skin Clinic and Med Spa where she and her team help people regain their youth. As someone who has a true rags to riches story, Jennifer speaks candidly about the true nature of "failing."

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Episode 7 – Action Initiates Brain Change

November 20, 2018

Dr. Angeles Cheung is a board certified clinical neuropsychologist - she is an expert in the interrelationship between the brain and our behavior. She is on the teaching faculty at the Icahn School of Medicine at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City, and is a former faculty member of Harvard Medical School. Angeles has devoted the past 20 years to understanding the brain-behavior relationship including the changes that occur in response to our lifestyle choices.

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Episode 6 – Create your own luck

November 14, 2018

Young, ambitious, and well ahead of the curve in terms of his accomplishments, Tim Hart is an entrepreneur and CFO for a sizable investment firm. At only 23 years old, Tim blends passion with a little bit of “faking it until you make it.” Listen, as Tim proves that age and experience are irrelevant when it comes to creating the dream job you desire.

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Episode 5 – Making work a better place

November 6, 2018

You got the degrees, you work hard, and you’re an ambitious employee. So why then is it so hard to get the recognition you deserve? Meet Chris Jensen, a Principal Consultant for The Table Group (publisher of The Advantage, The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team, and The Ideal Team Player). Chris has dedicated his career to making the workplace more fulfilling as he brings to life the key messages found in The Table Group’s best selling business books. Learn how to get noticed and advance quicker at work without any politics or backstabbing.

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Episode 4 – Health Mindset

October 31, 2018

Dr. David Socol has been in the field of occupational and environmental medicine for over 20 years, 15 of which were done as an exclusive, in house physician to a fortune 100 aerospace company. He has extensive education and experience in the fields of traumatic brain injury and evidence-based age management medicine where he works as a physician for Cenegenics Medical Institute.

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Episode 3 – Navigating High Expectations

October 13, 2018

You know that feeling of being caught between doing what you want vs. what other people think “is best for you?” It’s a real struggle, especially when those other people are your family and their expectations are high. So what do you do? Dr. Allycin Powell-Hicks is a clinical psychologist who has successfully navigated this dilemma herself, and now works with others on doing the same. Learn how to follow your passion without harming the relationships of those around you.

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