Mike Seminary & Friends

Mike Seminary & Friends

Join Mike and his friends as they discuss ways to make a positive impact in this world, the pursuit of dreams and many more topics.

Episodes

July 28, 2021 56 min
How does a California native decide to become a welder solely to get a job in the North Dakota oil patch? As she says, 'You've really got to want to weld when you want to do it in negative thirty-five degrees.' Kara's story of struggles, ingenuity and successes is one you don't want to miss.
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How can someone who went to church just to please his wife start having conversations with God about helping people (who live in a landfill) in Nakuru, Kenya? Listen as Dave Hatfield shares his story.
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July 14, 2021 57 min
Growing up in North and South Dakota simultaneously (yes, it's possible), Rory Hoffman became a member of his family's band at age 5. He has learned to play many instruments over the years, something that helped him become successful in Nashville.?
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July 7, 2021 59 min
You won't hear all of Tony Hoffman's story in this episode, but you will hear enough to want more. His journey from BMXer to addict to prison to the Olympics is one that has led him to become a motivational speaker - inspiring others and offering hope. 
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June 30, 2021 61 min
You'll have to read his book to get all of the details, but in this episode you'll hear a little about how my friend, Prakash Mathew, ended up at NDSU in Fargo, North Dakota. Prakash had a profound impact on hundreds, if not thousands of students during his 34-year career at the university. He credits his parents for instilling the principles and values in him that shaped his life.
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June 23, 2021 56 min
You will know more about sunflower seeds than the average person after you listen to this conversation with my friend, Jay Schuler. He has run a marathon on every continent, started numerous companies and gives some great advice for budding entrepreneurs. Episode 22
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 Even if you are not from Fargo, ND, you will enjoy the entertaining conversation I had with Danielle Tiegen, author of 'The Hidden History of Fargo' and 'The Fargo Fire of 1893.'             Find out more about Danielle and how to purchase her books on her website. 
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June 9, 2021 62 min
 It was such a pleasure to catch up with Ed Schafer and hear what he is focusing on these days. He also reminisces a bit about his time as North Dakota governor and how he decided to run for that office. If you haven't had the opportunity to experience Medora, ND - check out their website now!
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June 2, 2021 57 min
I am honored to be joined by the First Lady of North Dakota, Kathryn Burgum. As First Lady, she is working to eliminate the shame and stigma of addiction by sharing her story of recovery. Kathryn wants everyone to know that addiction is a chronic disease and not a character flaw. Learn more at Recovery Reinvented. 
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May 26, 2021 61 min
This week you will meet Shaundra Ziemann - Bolinske, a busy mom who has served her country in the US Army Reserves, deploying twice. Her 'day job' allows her to serve the citizens of Burleigh County as the Family and Community Wellness Agent with NDSU Extension.  May 26, 2021 | Episode 18
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May 19, 2021 59 min
Description: In this episode, you will learn how Mariah Prussia took control and learned to fight for the life she deserved and desired. Her self defense seminars, motivational speaking and personal training are available to anyone and you can learn more at her website here. 
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It's another musical episode, as I have the pleasure of visiting with Buddy Greene, the world's greatest harmonica player. (In my opinion). Hear how he got his 'big break' with Jerry Reed and how eventually getting fired from the band was an answered prayer. Buddy is a co-writer on the beautiful, 'Mary Did You Know' and went viral with the William Tell Overture at Carnegie Hall. He even treats us to a little...
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May 5, 2021 60 min
I was so excited to catch up with Tigirlily after their recent #1 hit, 'Somebody Does' rocked the music world and got them their first recording contract. Persistence (and hard work) really does pay off! Hear how Kendra and Krista stay grounded, find inspiration and keep the sisterly love going strong. Then, learn more at tigirlily.com and on social channels @tigirlily.  Episode 16 | May 5, 2021
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April 28, 2021 60 min
?I'm honored to be joined by my friend, Dr. Dean Bresciani, President of North Dakota State University (NDSU). He talks about the importance of collaboration and communication between NDSU and the city of Fargo, the university's COVID-19 response and how, in numerous areas, they have gained national attention.? Episode 15 | April 28, 2021
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April 21, 2021 60 min
 It doesn't get more real than this as Erik Hatch joins Mike and talks about his journey from youth pastor to real estate agent, business owner, author and more. Lots of failure has led to much success. Listen, then learn more at hatchingleaders.com.  Episode 13 | April 21, 2021
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April 14, 2021 59 min
Dishing up ice cream flavors like 'Donut Eat My Ice Cream', 'Creme de Grinch' and 'Cookies Are My Butter Half' on a weekly basis is Zach Vraa's new side hustle and he is killing it. How does a stand-out high school and collegiate athlete become the Twin Cities' hottest (coldest?) ice cream entrepreneur, selling out in under two minutes each week? Listen to his story, then follow him on Instagram @...
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April 7, 2021 60 min
 Listen in as Kari Warberg Block, founder and CEO of Earthkind, chats with Mike on company culture, being kind to the earth (before it was cool), as well as her new book, 'gathering around the table.' Learning from life's challenges, Kari has many lessons she is more than willing to share that she feels may help others.
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March 31, 2021 62 min
In this episode, Mike talks with Gospel Music Hall of Famer, Grammy and Dove Award-winning, Christian music producer and composer - Greg Nelson. Growing up in Bismarck, ND laid the groundwork for a lifetime full of musical accolades and experiences for Greg. Listen in as he shares how God watched over all of his struggles and triumphs in this delightful show. And, don't miss your opportunity to learn a little more about Greg...
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March 24, 2021 60 min
Words can be so powerful and we must choose them wisely.
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March 17, 2021 59 min
Join Mike and his friend, Beth Warford, as they talk about her passion to educate as many people as possible on the importance of personal safety and situational awareness. Based on her personal experience, Beth has developed training that will help you protect yourself, should the need arise. In seven short years, her start-up now has clients across the globe. 
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