Guests reveal their ReChoice word. ReChoice - to name a valuable insight, to joyfully embrace a new perspective and commit to it. Rather than being stuck on repeat or rehash, do a rewrite and move forward. What is YOUR ReChoice word?
School Administrators, this episode is for you. Yours can be a lonely position - but it shouldn't be! Daniel Bauer is Author of "Mastermind: Unlocking Talent Within Every School Leader" and Chief Ruckus Maker at Better Leaders Better Schools.
What is a Mastermind? Why join forces with other administrators? How will this help you WIN? As Danny says, EVERYONE wins when YOU get better.
Better Leaders Better Sc...
The Pandemic caused Michigan Humane to rethink how they serve. It's incredible how pets can be the "universal language" across socioeconomic levels. Healthier animals = Healthier humans = Healthier communities. Some surprising stats on this episode!
Matt's February Article Featured in the Detroit News
Matt's first 2020 episode: Rescue & Rehabilitate
What has the pandemic brought to the surface for you? A year ago, Mike was in a tough spot. He's learned he can be tougher. All it takes is one step...
Mike's TikTok (mikedoestoughstuff)
Threads Podcast: Life Unfiltered
Do you embrace a challenge? How can you help others do so? Kari Stuart prepares endurance athletes to go faster, stronger, and keep balance. We discuss the importance of knowing where you are, where you want to be, and a plan to get there. It's rewarding to break barriers, even more satisfying when we help others do the same.
Kari's Guiding Principles
His Dove-Award winning music has been streamed over 3 billion times and includes eleven #1 Billboard albums. Playing the piano helped him grieve the loss of a close high school friend and recover from a lifetime of congenital heart disease, including a heart transplant in 2009. A powerful episode -- We have more in common than we first realized.
Paul "All Heart Adventures"
His Podcast: All Heart w...
RETHINK with Jack Leonard Birt - Tiny House Living (240 Sq ft), Door Dashing in a Tesla, Freedom at 28
Jack decided at age 23 to live differently. He's been working the gig economy with Lyft and Door Dash for a few years now and saved enough to purchase a mobile 240 Sq Ft "Tiny House." He drives a Tesla and runs everything on electrical. Pretty soon, he'll be entirely off-grid.
We discuss "The American Dream", independence, his cat Phoenix, and even how to deal with internet trolls.
Note: This episode is marked as explicit for some language.
A first-gen Indian immigrant, Vas overcame self-sabotaging beliefs & addictions. Today, she helps thousands with their messaging, both internal & external.
Vasavi is a Licensed Therapist, Mindset and Business Coach who has empowered, encouraged, and coached over 3,000 women in business to cultivate a relationship with themselves and feel more confident in their skin...
Jubee co-founded Yellow Tail Tech to serve a BIG need for organizations: More IT professionals to solve TODAY’S tech problems asap. Those who would love to work in Information Technology or Cloud Computing are also having some struggles in breaking into tech. Colleges cost a lot of time and money and aren’t particularly suited to niche down in a fast-evolving sector. In this episode, we discussed the importance of specialization an...
Liz has embraced family and adventure -- you're about to hear how the "big family" she always wanted looks different than she originally pictured. After birthing her own children, she stepped in to help another overseas couple begin their own family.Support the show (https://rechoicepod.com/support-the-show)
SEASON 3 BEGINS: It's Time to Get in the Game - We celebrate our previous season, share your feedback, answer your questions, and Kenny Joyner gets us off the sidelines - FORWARD!
Season 2 Episodes
Hey Guys Media Group
Become a Season 3 Patron
Check out our Merch
Kenny's Episode from Season 1
Kenny's book "Without a Father: From Fear to Faith"
Kenny's Organization: Boys with a Purpose
When Kevin's heart stopped during a run through the cemetery, he had an other-worldly experience. We also discuss the "other worlds" of Mount Doom, Mount Ararat, Mount Everest, and "The Mountain Within". If you are a fan of J.R.R. Tolkien's The Hobbit and The Lord of the Rings, you don't want to miss this episode -- Kevin does a killer Gandalf impression. Kevin DeVries is the Founder of Grace Explorat...
What happens when you have no answers? After losing all of her hair, Wynter reimagined what it means to show up in the many places she travels. She has redefined what’s important... and is loving herself in the process!
Deeply Rooted Dance Theater of Chicago
Dr. Trinaa Copland's episode
Find Wynter on Facebook
Follow her story "Haire Today, Gone Tomorrow" on Instagram
Maddy is a performer - whether it's on stage, in the pit, or in the classroom. Her "Redefine" is based on WHO is with her and WHY she's there. Listen to some of her songs, including a few that are just in time for the holidays.
Maddy Peters Music is available on Facebook, Instagram, Spotify, Apple Music, Soundcloud, Bandcamp, and more.
Re-Member - Guided by the aspirations of the Oglala Lakota Nation
Joseph Reid is Director of Broken-People.org and the Author of "Broken Like Me". He provides tools to help us with mental health -- awareness and connection. This comes from his own experience battling as well a close friend.
Joseph Reid's book - Broken Like Me: An Insiders' Toolkit for Mending Broken People
Brad Dion is a wheelchair athlete, mentor to many, husband, teacher, son, and more. He redefines his disability as a different ability. How can you think differently and still smile, even in a tough season? An incredible episode... THANK YOU, Brad!
Mary Free Bed Wheelchair & Adaptive Sports
Christopher Lewis hosts the "Dads with Daughters" podcast. In January, Chris interviewed my twin brother and I regarding our routes to fatherhood. This is a rebroadcast of his show. Thank you, Chris!
Dads with Daughters Podcast
INCREDIBLE EPISODE - From D1 College Quarterback to Maximum Level 5 Prison. Sentenced to 65 years... What happened? How would you react to boiling water? How did Damon recover and how does he does he live a life of recovery?
The Coffee Bean by Jon Gordon and Damon West
The Change Agent by Damon West
Katy Johnson is our first guest from New Jersey, her friend calls her "the Lieutenant Dan of History Teachers". Katy and I discuss our mutual passion for the study of history and why we teach. Why is history important? What are the most rewarding and challenging parts about being a history teacher today? What do we love to read? And what's it mean to "hug a cactus?"
History Teachers Talking - Podca...
A Championship Men's Basketball Coach who was inspired to "look again" at what he was doing and not doing. It's a gift to have a truth-teller in our lives. Today, Jason brings others to a place they couldn't get to on their own.
Johnny Liu brings light and life to people, both in the Kentwood community and in his travels across the country. This shows up in how he treats and educates students. He is proud of his heritage and shares it with others in ways that hit all the senses.
Grand Rapids Asian Pacific Festival
Article featuring the Asian Student Union at Kentwood
Global Water Festival Grand Rapids - Sept 25th
Current and classic episodes, featuring compelling true-crime mysteries, powerful documentaries and in-depth investigations.
If you can never get enough true crime... Congratulations, you’ve found your people.
It’s a lighthearted nightmare in here, weirdos! Morbid is a true crime, creepy history and all things spooky podcast hosted by an autopsy technician and a hairstylist. Join us for a heavy dose of research with a dash of comedy thrown in for flavor.
If you've ever wanted to know about champagne, satanism, the Stonewall Uprising, chaos theory, LSD, El Nino, true crime and Rosa Parks then look no further. Josh and Chuck have you covered.
Hosted by Laura Beil (Dr. Death, Bad Batch), Sympathy Pains is a six-part series from Neon Hum Media and iHeartRadio. For 20 years, Sarah Delashmit told people around her that she had cancer, muscular dystrophy, and other illnesses. She used a wheelchair and posted selfies from a hospital bed. She told friends and coworkers she was trapped in abusive relationships, or that she was the mother of children who had died. It was all a con. Sympathy was both her great need and her powerful weapon. But unlike most scams, she didn’t want people’s money. She was after something far more valuable.