Jonathan Sichel is the General Manager of Content Acquisitions and Operations at Discovery Inc, where he oversees 18 different lifestyle networks and manages 11 different brands.   This includes everything from HD TV to the Food Network to Animal Planet and the Travel channel.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Jonathan Sichel is the General Manager of Content Acquisitions and Operations at Discovery Inc, where he oversees 18 different lifestyle networks and manages 11 different brands.   This includes everything from HD TV to the Food Network to Animal Planet and the Travel channel.
Adam Winkler is an author, editor and a law professor at the University of California, Los Angeles who specializes in the Supreme Court, constitutional law and gun policy. Winkler’s most recent published book We the Corporations: How American Businesses Won Their Civil Rights (2018) received the Scribes Book Award and was a finalist for the National Book Award for Nonfiction, National Book Critics Circle Award, the California Book Award, and the American Bar Association Silver Gavel Award.
Mo Rocca is a humorist, journalist and an actor. He is currently a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, as well as the host for CBS’s series The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. In January of 2019, Mo’s podcast Mobituaries debuted as a joint venture between CBS News and Simon and Schuster.
George Anders is a senior editor at large at LinkedIn. He’s authored five business books including the New York Times bestseller Perfect Enough: Carly Fiorina and the Reinvention of Hewlett Packard, and most recently You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Degree.
George Anders is a senior editor at large at LinkedIn. He’s authored five business books including the New York Times bestseller Perfect Enough: Carly Fiorina and the Reinvention of Hewlett Packard, and most recently You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Degree.
Mo Rocca is a humorist, journalist and an actor. He is currently a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, as well as the host for CBS’s series The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. In January of 2019, Mo’s podcast Mobituaries debuted as a joint venture between CBS News and Simon and Schuster.
George Anders is a senior editor at large at LinkedIn. He’s authored five business books including the New York Times bestseller Perfect Enough: Carly Fiorina and the Reinvention of Hewlett Packard, and most recently You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Degree.
Mo Rocca is a humorist, journalist and an actor. He is currently a correspondent for CBS Sunday Morning, as well as the host for CBS’s series The Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. In January of 2019, Rocca’s podcast Mobituaries debuted as a joint venture between CBS News and Simon and Schuster.
Larry Hanauer is the vice president for policy at the Intelligence and National Security Association, a nonpartisan and nonprofit association that works to identify and develop solutions to national security issues. Prior to his hiring at INSA in 2016, Larry was a senior international policy analyst at the RAND Corporation, where his research focused on foreign policy and national security, particularly in the Middle East and Africa.
Peter Newell is a retired US Army colonel of 32 years and a nationally recognized innovation expert whose work is changing how the government and companies compete and drive growth. He is the founder and CEO of BMNT, an innovation consultancy and early stage technology incubator that works with national security organizations to rapidly solve challenging problems.
Pete Newell is a retired US Army colonel of 32 years and a nationally recognized innovation expert whose work is changing how the government and companies compete and drive growth. He is the founder and CEO of BMNT, an innovation consultancy and early stage technology incubator that works with national security organizations to rapidly solve challenging problems.
Episode #300 is a super special mashup of some of our favorite T4C episodes -- as of October 2019 -- focused on helping you achieve optimum physical and mental health. 
Larry Hanauer is the vice president for policy at the Intelligence and National Security Association, a nonpartisan and nonprofit association that works to identify and develop solutions to national security issues. Prior to his hiring at INSA in 2016, Larry was a senior international policy analyst at the RAND Corporation, where his research focused on foreign policy and national security, particularly in the Middle East and Africa.
Peter Newell is a retired US Army colonel of 32 years and a nationally recognized innovation expert whose work is changing how the government and companies compete and drive growth. He is the founder and CEO of BMNT, an innovation consultancy and early stage technology incubator that works with national security organizations to rapidly solve challenging problems.
Michael Kay is the Emmy Award-winning Yankees play-by-play announcer for the YES Network who also hosts the YES network's CenterStage series. The 2019 season was his 28th year broadcasting Yankees baseball: the first 10 years on radio, the latter 18 on YES. 
Eve Rosenbaum is the Manager of International Scouting for the 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros.  It’s a dream come true for this baseball lover who played ball most of her life, including playing softball in college. Shortly after graduating, her childhood dream came true. 
Eve Rosenbaum is the Manager of International Scouting for the 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros.  It’s a dream come true for this baseball lover who played ball most of her life, including playing softball in college. Shortly after graduating, her childhood dream came true. 
Michael Kay is the Emmy Award-winning Yankees play-by-play announcer for the YES Network who also hosts the YES network's CenterStage series. The 2019 season was his 28th year broadcasting Yankees baseball: the first 10 years on radio, the latter 18 on YES. 
Michael Kay is the Emmy Award-winning Yankees play-by-play announcer for the YES Network who also hosts the YES network's CenterStage series. The 2019 season was his 28th year broadcasting Yankees baseball: the first 10 years on radio, the latter 18 on YES. 
Eve Rosenbaum is the Manager of International Scouting for the 2017 World Series Champion Houston Astros.  It’s a dream come true for this baseball lover who played ball most of her life, including playing softball in college. Shortly after graduating, her childhood dream came true.  Today, Eve scouts baseball stars around the world, frequently traveling to Colombia and the Dominican Republic to watch up and coming international teenagers test their baseball chops.
Michael Kay is the Emmy Award-winning Yankees play-by-play announcer for the YES Network who also hosts the YES network's CenterStage series. The 2019 season was his 28th year broadcasting Yankees baseball: the first 10 years on radio, the latter 18 on YES.
Josh Adler, founding CEO of Sourcewater, is a successful entrepreneur, angel investor and veteran dealmaker. Josh has founded energy, real estate, medical technology and Internet companies. He served under President George W. Bush as a senior U.S. Economic policy official and the Chief Speechwriter to the United States Treasury Secretaries Paul O’Neill and John Snow from 2002 to 2003.
Josh Adler, founding CEO of Sourcewater, is a successful entrepreneur, angel investor and veteran dealmaker. Josh has founded energy, real estate, medical technology and Internet companies. He served under President George W. Bush as a senior U.S. Economic policy official and the Chief Speechwriter to the United States Treasury Secretaries Paul O’Neill and John Snow from 2002 to 2003.
Phil Villagomez is the Business Development Operations Manager at Shell New Energies. In this role, Phil is responsible for managing the Solar Opportunity Pipeline which includes identifying green fields, co-development, and platform identification for Shells global renewable energy portfolio.
Josh Adler, founding CEO of Sourcewater, is a successful entrepreneur, angel investor and veteran dealmaker. Josh has founded energy, real estate, medical technology and Internet companies. He served under President George W. Bush as a senior U.S. Economic policy official and the Chief Speechwriter to the United States Treasury Secretaries Paul O’Neill and John Snow from 2002 to 2003.
Phil Villagomez is the Business Development Operations Manager at Shell New Energies. In this role, Phil is responsible for managing the Solar Opportunity Pipeline which includes identifying green fields, co-development, and platform identification for Shells Global Renewable Energy Portfolio.
Phil Villagomez is the Business Development Operations Manager at Shell New Energies. In this role, Phil is responsible for managing the Solar Opportunity Pipeline which includes identifying green fields, co-development, and platform identification for Shell's Global Renewable Energy Portfolio.
Marion Abrams is the producer and videographer for the Spartan Up Podcast, which she co-created with Spartan Race CEO, Joe De Sena. As Marion explains, the Spartan brand is more than just an obstacle race, and their six-weekly podcast shows are designed to supplement their racer’s mind and body training.
Marion Abrams is the producer and videographer for the Spartan Up Podcast, which she co-created with Spartan Race CEO, Joe De Sena. As Marion explains, the Spartan brand is more than just an obstacle race, and their six-weekly podcast shows are designed to supplement their racer’s mind and body training.
Samson Styles is a filmmaker, documentarian and co-founder of JayCity Enterprise a production company which develops content for digital and linear platforms.   His most recent documentary KILLING BEEF: Gun Violence in the Black Community has won Best Documentary at film festivals and has been picked up by REVOLT TV.
Marion Abrams is the producer and videographer for the Spartan Up Podcast, which she co-created with Spartan Race CEO, Joe De Sena. As Marion explains, the Spartan brand is more than just an obstacle race, and their six-weekly podcast shows are designed to supplement their racer’s mind and body training.
Marion Abrams is the producer and videographer for the Spartan Up Podcast, which she co-created with Spartan Race CEO, Joe De Sena. As Marion explains, the Spartan brand is more than just an obstacle race, and their six-weekly podcast shows are designed to supplement their racer’s mind and body training.
Samson Styles is a filmmaker, documentarian and co-founder of JayCity Enterprise a production company which develops content for digital and linear platforms.   His most recent documentary KILLING BEEF: Gun Violence in the Black Community has won Best Documentary at film festivals and has been picked up by REVOLT TV.
Samson Styles is a filmmaker, documentarian and co-founder of JayCity Enterprise a production company which develops content for digital and linear platforms.   His most recent documentary KILLING BEEF: Gun Violence in the Black Community has won Best Documentary at film festivals and has been picked up by REVOLT TV.
Dov Baron is a leadership and corporate cultural strategist who has twice been named by Inc. magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers. Dov's personal story is incredibly inspiring, in particular, how he took the pain in his life -- emotional and physical -- to help him to 'level up' as a professional and a human being.
Dov Baron is a leadership and corporate cultural strategist who has twice been named by Inc. magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers. Dov's personal story is incredibly inspiring, in particular, how he took the pain in his life -- emotional and physical -- to help him to 'level up' as a professional and a human being.
Dov Baron is a leadership and corporate cultural strategist who has twice been named by Inc. magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers. Dov's personal story is incredibly inspiring, in particular, how he took the pain in his life -- emotional and physical -- to help him to 'level up' as a professional and a human being.
Dov Baron is a leadership and corporate cultural strategist who has twice been named by Inc. magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers. Dov's personal story is incredibly inspiring, in particular, how he took the pain in his life -- emotional and physical -- to help him to 'level up' as a professional and a human being.
Dov Baron is a leadership and corporate cultural strategist who has twice been named by Inc. magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers. Dov's personal story is incredibly inspiring, in particular, how he took the pain in his life -- emotional and physical -- to help him to 'level up' as a professional and a human being.
Dov Baron is a leadership and corporate cultural strategist who has twice been named by Inc. magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers. Dov's personal story is incredibly inspiring, in particular, how he took the pain in his life -- emotional and physical -- to help him to 'level up' as a professional and a human being.
Dov Baron is a leadership and corporate cultural strategist who has twice been named by Inc. magazine as one of the Top 100 Leadership Speakers. Dov's personal story is incredibly inspiring, in particular, how he took the pain in his life -- emotional and physical -- to help him to 'level up' as a professional and a human being. 
Kenda Macdonald is the founder and CEO of Automation Ninjas, a marketing automation company based in the U.K. that blends marketing with buyer psychology to create a new approach to marketing and advertising for businesses.
Kenda Macdonald is the founder and CEO of Automation Ninjas, a marketing automation company based in the U.K. that blends marketing with buyer psychology to create a new approach to marketing and advertising for businesses.
Jane Iredale is the president and founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, a company she founded in 1994 which brought the mineral makeup line jane iredale to the aesthetic industry.  She was the first to supply this industry with a line of makeup that had skin care benefits.
Jane Iredale is the president and founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, a company she founded in 1994 which brought the mineral makeup line jane iredale to the aesthetic industry.  She was the first to supply this industry with a line of makeup that had skin care benefits.
Jane Iredale is the president and founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, a company she founded in 1994 which brought the mineral makeup line jane iredale to the aesthetic industry.  She was the first to supply this industry with a line of makeup that had skin care benefits.
Jane Iredale is the president and founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, a company she founded in 1994 which brought the mineral makeup line jane iredale to the aesthetic industry.  She was the first to supply this industry with a line of makeup that had skin care benefits.
Jane Iredale is the president and founder of Iredale Mineral Cosmetics, a company she founded in 1994 which brought the mineral makeup line jane iredale to the aesthetic industry.  She was the first to supply this industry with a line of makeup that had skin care benefits.
John DeDakis is a writing coach, educator, former journalist and award-winning author of five mystery/suspense novels including his latest Fake which features a young journalist, Lark Chadwick, who is a White House correspondent investigating the sudden death of the First Lady even as Lark, herself, is the victim of “fake news.” 
John DeDakis is a writing coach, educator, former journalist and award-winning author of five mystery/suspense novels including his latest Fake which features a young journalist, Lark Chadwick, who is a White House correspondent investigating the sudden death of the First Lady even as Lark, herself, is the victim of “fake news.” 
Sid Balman, author of Seventh Flag, due to be published in October 2019, is a former Pulitzer-nominated national security correspondent and specialist in behavior-change communications.
Sid Balman, author of Seventh Flag, due to be published in October 2019, is a former Pulitzer-nominated national security correspondent and specialist in behavior-change communications.
Sid Balman, author of Seventh Flag, due to be published in October 2019, is a former Pulitzer-nominated national security correspondent and specialist in behavior-change communications.
Sid Balman, author of Seventh Flag, due to be published in October 2019, is a former Pulitzer-nominated national security correspondent and specialist in behavior-change communications.
Nicki Mayo founded and runs the eponymous Nicki Mayo News, LLC. She is a self-described “multimedia maven” and is also a full-time communications strategist.
Nicki Mayo founded and runs the eponymous Nicki Mayo News, LLC. She is a self-described “multimedia maven” and is also a full-time communications strategist.
Arbi Derzakharian was the senior director of operations and post-production at IMAX, where he oversaw the supply chain and process involved in getting films, some produced by IMAX and others produced at different entertainment studios, into IMAX theatres.
Arbi Derzakharian was the senior director of operations and post-production at IMAX, where he oversaw the supply chain and process involved in getting films, some produced by IMAX and others produced at different entertainment studios, into IMAX theatres.
Dr. Aidyl Gonzalez-Serricchio, Science Co-Chair and director of STEAM at The Buckley School, earned her B.S. in Biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and then her Doctorate in Genetics from California Institute of Technology.
Dr. Aidyl Gonzalez-Serricchio, Science Co-Chair and director of STEAM at The Buckley School, earned her B.S. in Biology from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute and then her Doctorate in Genetics from California Institute of Technology
John Katzman is an American entrepreneur and education evangelist.  He founded The Noodle Companies in 2012 with the mission of increasing transparency and efficiency across the education landscape and with the goal of lowering the cost of online college tuition. For almost 40 years, John has been a pioneer of innovation in the American educational system.
John Katzman is an American entrepreneur and education evangelist.  He founded The Noodle Companies in 2012 with the mission of increasing transparency and efficiency across the education landscape and with the goal of lowering the cost of online college tuition. For almost 40 years, John has been a pioneer of innovation in the American educational system.
John Katzman is an American entrepreneur and education evangelist.  He founded The Noodle Companies in 2012 with the mission of increasing transparency and efficiency across the education landscape and with the goal of lowering the cost of online college tuition. For almost 40 years, John has been a pioneer of innovation in the American educational system.
Larry Hanauer is the vice president for policy at the Intelligence and National Security Association, a nonpartisan and nonprofit association that works to identify and develop solutions to national security issues.
Larry Hanauer is the vice president for policy at the Intelligence and National Security Association, a nonpartisan and nonprofit association that works to identify and develop solutions to national security issues. Larry Hanauer is the vice president for policy at the Intelligence and National Security Association, a nonpartisan and nonprofit association that works to identify and develop solutions to national security issues.
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible.
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible.
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible.
Dr. Alexis Albion is the lead curator at the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC which reopened in a new building in May 2019.  In this role, Dr. Albion was responsible for conceptualizing the 5 main galleries of the museum and ensuring the content appealed to as wide an audience as possible.
Liz Korfmacher is the head of marketing at Ziva Meditation, where she directs email, content and advertising strategy. In short, Liz is responsible for spreading Ziva far and wide. She worked to produce the national bestselling book launch of Stress Less, Accomplish More by Emily Fletcher. The book reached #7 on Amazon in its first week.
Liz Korfmacher is the head of marketing at Ziva Meditation, where she directs email, content and advertising strategy. In short, Liz is responsible for spreading Ziva far and wide. She worked to produce the national bestselling book launch of Stress Less, Accomplish More by Emily Fletcher. The book reached #7 on Amazon in its first week.
Liz Korfmacher is the head of marketing at Ziva Meditation, where she directs email, content and advertising strategy. In short, Liz is responsible for spreading Ziva far and wide. She worked to produce the national bestselling book launch of Stress Less, Accomplish More by Emily Fletcher. The book reached #7 on Amazon in its first week. Liz has also worked at Ziva as a consultant and marketing guru.
David Placek, founder and president of Lexicon Branding, is responsible for driving Lexicon’s strategic and creative vision. Under his leadership, Lexicon Branding has continued to focus on the development of brand names and brand architectures that make significant contributions to the sales and marketing goals of its clients. For over 30 years, David has been the author of an unconventional approach to creativity, using small teams, linguists, and computer modeling to create new ideas. His approach has led to the development of such category-changing names as Sonos, Pentium, Swiffer, and BlackBerry.
David Placek, founder and president of Lexicon Branding, is responsible for driving Lexicon’s strategic and creative vision. Under his leadership, Lexicon Branding has continued to focus on the development of brand names and brand architectures that make significant contributions to the sales and marketing goals of its clients. For over 30 years, David has been the author of an unconventional approach to creativity, using small teams, linguists, and computer modeling to create new ideas. His approach has led to the development of such category-changing names as Sonos, Pentium, Swiffer, and BlackBerry.
David Placek, founder and president of Lexicon Branding, is responsible for driving Lexicon’s strategic and creative vision. Under his leadership, Lexicon Branding has continued to focus on the development of brand names and brand architectures that make significant contributions to the sales and marketing goals of its clients. For over 30 years, David has been the author of an unconventional approach to creativity, using small teams, linguists, and computer modeling to create new ideas. His approach has led to the development of such category-changing names as Sonos, Pentium, Swiffer, and BlackBerry.
David Placek, founder and president of Lexicon Branding, is responsible for driving Lexicon’s strategic and creative vision. Under his leadership, Lexicon Branding has continued to focus on the development of brand names and brand architectures that make significant contributions to the sales and marketing goals of its clients.
Lisa Shalett is a Managing Partner & Head of Strategic Innovation at Brookfield Asset Management, a position she took after a year-long ‘retirement’ during which she advised startups and worked as an angel investor. Brookfield is an alternative asset management firm that focuses on long lasting investments in areas such as real estate. Lisa is an expert in the field of investment banking and financial services following her impressive 20 year career at Goldman Sachs, one of the largest investment banks in the world. At Goldman, Lisa held numerous positions including Global Head of Brand Marketing and Digital Strategy, managing the company’s brand during the 2008 financial crisis.
Lisa Shalett is a Managing Partner & Head of Strategic Innovation at Brookfield Asset Management, a position she took after a year-long ‘retirement’ during which she advised startups and worked as an angel investor. Brookfield is an alternative asset management firm that focuses on long lasting investments in areas such as real estate. Lisa is an expert in the field of investment banking and financial services following her impressive 20 year career at Goldman Sachs, one of the largest investment banks in the world.
Alex Grodnik is a co-founder at Payclub -- a next gen banking platform for Gen Z. Payclub allows you to create an infinite number of groups with friends to help manage and budget money together. Alex is also the founder of Grod Media, a company that produces podcasts to market and partner with brands, and he hosts the Moving Up podcast, a highly rated business podcast with over 500k downloads. Prior to launching Payclub or Moving Up podcast and Grod Media, Alex spent over three years as an analyst for global investment banks like J.P. Morgan and Houlihan Lokey.
Alex Grodnik is a co-founder at Payclub -- a next gen banking platform for Gen Z. Payclub allows you to create an infinite number of groups with friends to help manage and budget money together. Alex is also the founder of Grod Media, a company that produces podcasts to market and partner with brands, and he hosts the Moving Up podcast, a highly rated business podcast with over 500k downloads.
Alex Grodnik is a co-founder at Payclub -- a next gen banking platform for Gen Z. Payclub allows you to create an infinite number of groups with friends to help manage and budget money together. Alex is also the founder of Grod Media, a company that produces podcasts to market and partner with brands, and he hosts the Moving Up podcast, a highly rated business podcast with over 500k downloads.
Alex Grodnik is a co-founder at Payclub -- a next gen banking platform for Gen Z. Payclub allows you to create an infinite number of groups with friends to help manage and budget money together. Alex is also the founder of Grod Media, a company that produces podcasts to market and partner with brands, and he hosts the Moving Up podcast, a highly rated business podcast with over 500k downloads.
Professor Cal Newport is a proud Millennial and a computer science professor at Georgetown University who has never owned a social media account.  Yup. You read this right. Newport has his PhD in computer science from M.I.T and has deliberately eschewed Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. because his research shows it’s bad for your brain and your ability to do deep thinking. 
Professor Cal Newport is a proud Millennial and a computer science professor at Georgetown University who has never owned a social media account.  Yup. You read this right. Newport has his PhD in computer science from M.I.T and has deliberately eschewed Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. because his research shows it’s bad for your brain and your ability to do deep thinking.  In fact, Dr. Newport has written a number of books on the topic including DEEP WORK which he talks about in this episode.
Professor Cal Newport is a proud Millennial and a computer science professor at Georgetown University who has never owned a social media account.  Yup. You read this right. Newport has his PhD in computer science from M.I.T and has deliberately eschewed Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat, Instagram, LinkedIn, etc. because his research shows it’s bad for your brain and your ability to do deep thinking.  In fact, Dr. Newport has written a number of books on the topic including DEEP WORK which he talks about in this episode.
Ben Kiker is the founder of the Ben Kiker Group, which offers business, executive, and recovery coaching focusing on helping people create the conditions that lead to meaningful, lasting change on their journey. Ben works 1:1 with top performers and with organizations to identify the roadblocks standing in the way of transformation.
Ben Kiker is the founder of the Ben Kiker Group, which offers business, executive, and recovery coaching focusing on helping people create the conditions that lead to meaningful, lasting change on their journey. Ben works 1:1 with top performers and with organizations to identify the roadblocks standing in the way of transformation.
Ben Kiker is the founder of the Ben Kiker Group, which offers business, executive, and recovery coaching focusing on helping people create the conditions that lead to meaningful, lasting change on their journey. Ben works 1:1 with top performers and with organizations to identify the roadblocks standing in the way of transformation
Ben Kiker is the founder of the Ben Kiker Group, which offers business, executive, and recovery coaching focusing on helping people create the conditions that lead to meaningful, lasting change on their journey. Ben works 1:1 with top performers and with organizations to identify the roadblocks standing in the way of transformation.
Jason Bellini is an award-winning journalist with an illustrious career that includes working for CNN, CBS, Bloomberg TV, MTV, NPR and, currently, The Wall Street Journal. Jason works as a senior producer at the WSJ, and is the host of its new video series “Moving Upstream,” which explores the trends, technologies, ideas and challenges that are headed our way in the near future or “upstream.”
Jason Bellini is an award-winning journalist with an illustrious career that includes working for CNN, CBS, Bloomberg TV, MTV, NPR and, currently, The Wall Street Journal. Jason works as a senior producer at the WSJ, and is the host of its new video series “Moving Upstream,” which explores the trends, technologies, ideas and challenges that are headed our way in the near future or “upstream.”
Jason Bellini is an award-winning journalist with an illustrious career that includes working for CNN, CBS, Bloomberg TV, MTV, NPR and, currently, The Wall Street Journal. Jason works as a senior producer at the WSJ, and is the host of its new video series “Moving Upstream,” which explores the trends, technologies, ideas and challenges that are headed our way in the near future or “upstream.”
Jason Bellini is an award-winning journalist with an illustrious career that includes working for CNN, CBS, Bloomberg TV, MTV, NPR and, currently, The Wall Street Journal. Jason works as a senior producer at the WSJ, and is the host of its new video series “Moving Upstream,” which explores the trends, technologies, ideas and challenges that are headed our way in the near future or “upstream.”
Jason Bellini is an award-winning journalist with an illustrious career that includes working for CNN, CBS, Bloomberg TV, MTV, NPR and, currently, The Wall Street Journal. Jason works as a senior producer at the WSJ, and is the host of its new video series “Moving Upstream,” which explores the trends, technologies, ideas and challenges that are headed our way in the near future or “upstream.”
Jason Bellini is an award-winning journalist with an illustrious career that includes working for CNN, CBS, Bloomberg TV, MTV, NPR and, currently, The Wall Street Journal. Jason works as a senior producer at the WSJ, and is the host of its new video series “Moving Upstream,” which explores the trends, technologies, ideas and challenges that are headed our way in the near future or “upstream.”
Michael Rosenblum is the founder and CEO of Rosenblum TV, a world leader in video content training. More than 30 years ago, he invented the concept of the “VJ” or videojournalist, which is a reporter who travels the world capturing, editing and creating stories on a video camera or smartphone without a team of journalists.
Zac Willette is a board certified chaplain and founder and president of Allay Care, a nonprofit organization that guides people through both life and death experiences by helping them become more comfortable talking about and documenting end of life wishes and values. It is his belief that we are never too young or too healthy to get prepared for death, that death is part of life, and that death should be considered with dignity and beauty, similar to the way we view life.
Zac Willette is a board certified chaplain and founder and president of Allay Care, a nonprofit organization that guides people through both life and death experiences by helping them become more comfortable talking about and documenting end of life wishes and values. It is his belief that we are never too young or too healthy to get prepared for death, that death is part of life, and that death should be considered with dignity and beauty, similar to the way we view life.
Zac Willette is a board certified chaplain and founder and president of Allay Care, a nonprofit organization that guides people through both life and death experiences by helping them become more comfortable talking about and documenting end of life wishes and values. It is his belief that we are never too young or too healthy to get prepared for death, that death is part of life, and that death should be considered with dignity and beauty, similar to the way we view life.
Zac Willette is a board certified chaplain and founder and president of Allay Care, a nonprofit organization that guides people through both life and death experiences by helping them become more comfortable talking about and documenting end of life wishes and values. It is his belief that we are never too young or too healthy to get prepared for death, that death is part of life, and that death should be considered with dignity and beauty, similar to the way we view life.
Zac Willette is a board certified chaplain and founder and president of Allay Care, a nonprofit organization that guides people through both life and death experiences by helping them become more comfortable talking about and documenting end of life wishes and values. It is his belief that we are never too young or too healthy to get prepared for death, that death is part of life, and that death should be considered with dignity and beauty, similar to the way we view life.
Zac Willette is a board certified chaplain and founder and president of Allay Care, a nonprofit organization that guides people through both life and death experiences by helping them become more comfortable talking about and documenting end of life wishes and values. It is his belief that we are never too young or too healthy to get prepared for death, that death is part of life, and that death should be considered with dignity and beauty, similar to the way we view life.
Neal Barnard, MD, FACC, is an Adjunct Associate Professor of Medicine at the George Washington University School of Medicine in Washington, DC, and President of the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. Dr. Barnard has led numerous research studies investigating the effects of diet on diabetes, body weight, and chronic pain, including a groundbreaking study of dietary interventions in type 2 diabetes, funded by the National Institutes of Health, that paved the way for viewing type 2 diabetes as a potentially reversible condition for many patients.
Marcus Brauchli is co-founder and managing partner of North Base Media, a partnership that invests in highly innovative media and technology companies in key growth markets around the world. He also serves as an advisor or director of several, including leading digital sites in Poland, India and Taiwan, and digital-content analytics and monetization technology companies.  Before co-founding North Base Media, Marcus was a vice president of the Washington Post Co. and executive editor of The Washington Post, overseeing its news and content operations, including new media, video and digital innovation.
Dara Royer is the senior vice president and chief communications officer at Syracuse University. She is the first leader of the school’s marketing and communications division and is responsible for oversight of internal and external marketing efforts including media relations, strategic marketing campaigns and brand stewardship for the school. She is in charge of a team of about 80 people who all work to make Syracuse one of the best private universities in the world.
George Anders is a senior editor at large at LinkedIn. He’s authored five business books including the New York Times bestseller Perfect Enough: Carly Fiorina and the Reinvention of Hewlett Packard, and most recently You Can Do Anything: The Surprising Power of a “Useless” Liberal Arts Degree. After earning his undergraduate degree at Stanford University, George started his career as a journalist at the Wall Street Journal where he was part of a team that won a Pulitzer Prize for national reporting.
Evan Glass is an elected Montgomery County Councilmember who has been fighting for the people of Montgomery County for more than 15 years. During that time, he has engaged with all levels of the county, from organizing neighborhood associations and serving as non-profit leader to advocating for small-business growth and championing effective government.
Episode #200 is a fun and fascinating mashup of some of our favorite T4C episodes as of July 2019 which include (in order of appearance):
Jeremy Barnicle is the executive director of Ecotrust, an Oregon-based nonprofit that fosters economic opportunity, social equity, and environmental well-being. He has spent more than two decades working at the junction of policy, media, philanthropy and global issues. 
Adam Roseman, CEO of Steady, works with a passionate team to help millions of Americans realize their income potential in a changing work environment. Founded in the summer of 2017 by Adam Roseman, Michael Loeb and Eric Aroesty, the Steady app allows people to find jobs fast, seek financial advice and save money with deals on everything from healthcare plans to tax help.
Tiffany Sorya is Founder/CEO of Novel Education Group, an elite homeschooling and academic agency specializing in customized curriculum and college advising, particularly for students and families with unconventional lifestyles. As the private tutor for many high profile clients including Kendall and Kylie Jenner and the family of Dr. Dre, Tiffany’s ethos is rooted in the fundamental, life-long value of education, especially in our digital media driven era of young entrepreneurs and social media stars.
Christina (Tina) Martini is an intellectual property lawyer and co-national hiring partner at Chicago’s McDermott Will & Emery law firm and specializes in trademark, copyright, domain name, Internet, social media, advertising, unfair competition and entertainment law.
Lauren Boas Hayes, a Threat Intelligence Analyst at Facebook, has built a career in cybersecurity as a practical application of her passions: human rights and social justice.  A graduate of Georgetown University’s Class of 2013, Lauren majored in International Politics, completed a concentration in Security Studies and earned a certificate in Justice & Peace Studies.