Think Big Podcast with Tracey Mitchell

Think Big Podcast with Tracey Mitchell

Think Big is an engaging multi-media podcast designed to showcase the best of the human spirit. Host Tracey Mitchell interviews athletes, pop culture voices, and spiritual leaders whose discussions will challenge your perspective and enrich your soul.

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December 23, 2021 33 min

Tracey Mitchell interviews Anne Beiler, founder of Auntie Anne's Pretzels, a speaker, author, and entrepreneur who inspires audiences with her authentic stories about nearly losing everything, finding purpose in the pain, and rising to a new level of success. Her books and experience provide guidance and encouragement to break free from your past and lead with purpose.

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Tracey Mitchell interviews Wendie Pett, a nationally recognized name in the fitness industry, who is passionate about motivating and encouraging people to make fitness and nutrition part of their daily routine.

She enthusiastically teaches the care of mind, body, and spirit, assisting others to learn the importance of reaching their full God-given potential through her Visibly Fit™ program—a total wellness and bodyweight resistanc...

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September 27, 2021 33 min

Tracey Mitchell interviews Brian Cuban, the younger brother of Dallas Mavericks owner and entrepreneur Mark Cuban. He is a Dallas-based attorney, author, and addiction recovery advocate. He is a graduate of Penn State University and The University of Pittsburgh School of Law. Brian has been in long-term recovery from alcohol, cocaine, and bulimia since April of 2007.

His first book, Shattered Image: My Triumph Over Body Dysmorphic...

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September 27, 2021 32 min

Tracey Mitchell interviews Cameron Arnett, an award-winning actor in television, film, and theater hailing from Port-Au-Prince Haiti. He is also an author, speaker, film director, and producer.

Cameron has appeared on just about every major network. Past television credits include NBC’s Miami Vice, Fox’s Star Trek: The Next Generation, ABC’s China Beach, and Doogie Howser MD, VH1's Single Ladies, and Tyler Perry’s Meet the Bro...

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September 23, 2021 22 min

Tracey Mitchell interviews Jenn Gotzon, an American film actress. She portrayed U.S. President Richard Nixon's daughter Tricia Nixon in the 2009 film Frost/Nixon!

Think Big is an engaging multi-media podcast designed to showcase the best of the human spirit. Host Tracey Mitchell interviews athletes, pop culture voices, and spiritual leaders whose discussions will challenge your perspective and enrich your soul.

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Tracey Mitchell interviews Ron Hall, author of 'Same Kind of Different As Me', about his story!

Think Big is an engaging multi-media podcast designed to showcase the best of the human spirit. Host Tracey Mitchell interviews athletes, pop culture voices, and spiritual leaders whose discussions will challenge your perspective and enrich your soul.

https://traceymitchell.com/

 

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