Supergivers Podcast with Jesse Johnson

Supergivers Podcast with Jesse Johnson

Each episode, I interview people who are, in some way, providing change in the world through service. Be inspired by ways of creating change that are within your reach. Learn how you can level up your contribution right away.... Show More

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April 30, 2020 37 min
Andrea Leda has been called "the Life Coach Guru" and "a force to be reckoned with who truly makes this world go round." As a sought-after master coach, teacher, and mentor, she is dedicated to helping people understand that no matter where your life takes you, you are worth being brave with your life. Jena Coray is an intuitive energy worker who helps stressed-out creatives find more balance, ease and freedom from ...
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Andrea Leda has been called "the Life Coach Guru" and "a force to be reckoned with who truly makes this world go round." As a sought-after master coach, teacher, and mentor, she is dedicated to helping people understand that no matter where your life takes you, you are worth being brave with your life. Jena Coray is an intuitive energy worker who helps stressed-out creatives find more balance, ease and freedom from...
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Chad Brown is an accomplished documentary style portrait and adventure photographer, creative director, conservationist, and founder/president of a non-profit organization. He has a strong vein when it comes to outdoor adventure travel and documenting threatened wild spaces, as well as connecting the public to endangered areas by capturing and showing the true spirit of the people of these lands. He also produces intense, raw image...
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Nanci Luna Jiménez is recognized regionally, nationally, and internationally for her highly effective and insightful training, inclusive facilitation, and dynamic speaking with groups of diverse ages, industries, and cultural backgrounds. She founded Luna Jiménez Institute for Social Transformation (LJIST) in 1994 to design and deliver programs to encourage individuals in their process of personal transformation, releasing individu...
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Marpessa Allen is a community leader, birth worker, and advocate for disadvantaged populations in the greater Denver area. In this conversation, we discuss leadership through the lens of oppression, and what it means to find your voice.
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Kate Neligan is an equine-partnered life/career coach, writer, and speaker who is devoted to the human-animal bond. She bridges leadership strategy with spiritual psychology in her work with corporate teams and organizations to help create healthier cultures that thrive. Kate pairs her intuitive gifts with those of horses to build stronger teams and leaders through mindfulness and communication skills. She is a TEDx speaker, best-...
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Dr. Leticia Nieto’s book Beyond Inclusion, Beyond Empowerment: A Developmental Strategy to Liberate Everyone, helps analyze the psychological dynamics of privilege and oppression, and describes ways to develop skills to promote social justice. Leticia has been working for over three decades as a counselor and educator. She is a Professor in the Master of Arts in Counseling Program at Saint Martin’s University and Artistic Director ...
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Adam is an executive leadership coach specializing in working with the Smartest People in the Room. A former software developer and attorney, Adam’s learned the hard way about the costs that come from keeping your heart safe and chasing after external rewards to feel whole and complete. From love, Adam is connection, passion, presence, wit and brilliance. From fear, he is awkward, robotic, apathetic, irrelevant and arrogant. He’s ...
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Evan is a creative & social leader focused on building new solutions. He believes in collaboration & collective impact, with community-based art non-profit, I Paint My Mind at the center. In this episode, we discuss the power of art, yes, but also the power of trusting yourself and the guidance you might get from that one key person in life.
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Lucy bought Alchemy of Movement (AOM) in 2010, a dance studio in Boulder, CO, after receiving her master’s degree in Psychology from Naropa University. Her Psychological background led to the birth of Dance To Be Free (DTBF) due to the therapeutic and cathartic quality of her teaching style. In March of 2015, Lucy founded DTBF along with her Board of Directors. Dance To Be Free’s mission is to share the healing power of dance wit...
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Anya Hankin is a facilitator, leadership mentor, and creative catalyst. Anya is the creator of the Catalyst Leadership Immersion — an in-person cohort supporting emerging and evolving leaders as they hone their facilitation skills, uplift their unique leadership style, and build their signature offer. Over the last twenty years, Anya has experienced first-hand the abundant potential that happens when we gather — for healing, for...
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Lefford Fate is a retired Air Force Chief Master Sergeant who is now an author, Ted speaker, and life coach. He currently runs the Support Services for the city of Sumter, South Carolina, where he seeks to revolutionize the way we look at our prison system, our mental health system, and our approach to mind set.
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Dorice Horenstein is a Jewish educator, turned speaker and author of Moments of The Heart: Four Relationships Everyone Should Have to Live Wholeheartedly. Horenstein was born and raised in Israel and moved to Portland after serving as an officer in the Israel Defense Forces (IDF) and after meeting her soon-to-be husband while volunteering on a kibbutz. She worked in education for more than 30 years, teaching more than 1,000 studen...
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A true social entrepreneur, Lou Radja continues to work tirelessly to help individuals and teams thrive at the intersection of success & significance. A recognized and award winning Motivational Speaker and founder of Lou Radja Enterprises, Mr. Radja’s trainings on leadership, personal growth, diversity and service inspire and equip audiences around the world, to Be More and Give More. As Founder and Executive Director of EduCo...
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Rukaiyah Adams is the Chief Investment Officer at Meyer Memorial Trust, one of the largest charitable foundations in the Pacific Northwest. She is responsible for leading all investment activities to ensure the long-term financial strength of the organization. Throughout her tenure as CIO, Ms. Adams has delivered top quartile performance; and beginning in 2017, her team hit its stride delivering an 18.6% annual return, which placed...
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Philip Folsom is an anthropologist, culture development expert, veteran, and CEO of Wolf Tribe a division of Philip Folsom Programs. He is also the founder of Human Kind—a holistic consulting agency, as well as SPARTA, a critically acclaimed PTSD and suicide prevention program for warriors. Philip is known for his unique Tribe workshop that focuses on the primary culture components of building healthy and high performing teams. H...
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Kerry David is the documentary filmmaker at the helm of a ground-breaking anti-poaching film, Breaking Their Silence, which illuminates several women-lead anti-poaching organizations and their brave missions.
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Scott Fauble is a professional runner with Hoka One One NAZ Elite in Flagstaff, Arizona. He recently finished 7th at the Boston Marathon, claiming the 11th-fastest time for a US marathoner ever. In this interview, Scott and I dive into the existential layers of process over outcome, performance mindset in community, and the value of pro sports in today's humanity.
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Elizabeth Nye is the Executive Director at Girls, Inc Pacific Northwest, an affiliate of Girls, Inc. This organization provides after-school leadership development for girls at a time when it couldn't be more critical. This episode details Elizabeth's personal journey to leadership for the next generation of powerful women, as well as insight that might surprise you about why this mission is so important.
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Alex Coren is the co-founder and chief innovation officer of Wambi, an employee recognition platform for health care environments powered by the voices of patients and their families. While Alex was the Director of Patient Experience at a company caring for catastrophically ill, medically complex patients within multiple acute-care hospitals, it was her responsibility to ensure patients and their families had the best possible expe...
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