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From The Hart - Presented by Orange Kiwi Consulting

From The Hart - Presented by Orange Kiwi Consulting

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Welcome to From The Hart a show created and hosted by Ed Hart to share stories that will inspire you. Hart interviews leaders, pastors, actors, athletes, and family business owners and gets them to tell stories that will inspire and touch his listeners. What's in YOUR heart?
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Episode 42: Fred Claire | A Member of Two World Championship Teams, the 1988 Los Angele Dodgers and The City of Hope Team
Fred Claire served 30 years as an executive with the Los Angeles Dodgers. He was the team’s Executive Vice President and General Manager from 1987 until 1998. During his tenure, Claire earned a reputation for his integrity and for his fighting spirit that built what ultimately led to the team's last World Series championship in 1988. His drive and determination in the face of opposition and doubt from all sides became a defining trait not just of his time with the Dodgers, but of who he is as an individual. In the spring of 2015, Fred would again tap into his fighting spirit after being diagnosed with skin cancer that later migrated to his jaw. Again, the odds were against his survival, but Fred was determined. This time, he found his championship team at City of Hope National Medical center in Duarte, California. Equipped with cutting-edge technology, frontline research, and staffed by top oncologists, City of Hope was the perfect home base for Claire's treatment. Extra Innings highlights how both the landmark career of Fred Claire and the remarkable rise of City of Hope exhibit mutual endurance and give promise to those facing cancer diagnoses.   https://www.amazon.com/Extra-Innings-Claires-Journey-Championship/dp/1645430839   To support City of Hope visit https://www.cityofhope.org/homepage 
1:11:48
October 20, 2020
Episode 41: Heather Falcone | Leadership Through Service and Giving a Voice to All
Heather Falcone is the Chief Executive Officer for family-owned Thermal-Vac Technology.  Heather’s passion lies in breaking things. Whether it's revenue goals, glass ceilings, or tired rhetoric, her 17-year track record in one of the world’s most exacting industries shows a dedication to destroying the status quo.  As an Ironman triathlete, alpine hiker, wife, and mother, Heather seeks to promote growth and opportunity outside of people’s comfort zones with an invitation to be “Green and Growing”, to reject mediocrity, and embrace their unique talents to create meaningful and lasting legacy impact.   https://www.changelives.org/
1:03:29
October 19, 2020
Episode 40: Caroline Wiederkehr | Part 1 of Our Coping with Covid in College Conversations - When They Tell You It Can't be Done
Caroline Wiederkehr is a senior at California State University Fullerton in Southern California.  She is graduating in December, and was one of millions of students around the globe who woke up one March morning in a world with in-person classes, and woke up the next with all of her classes online!  How she shifted, adjusted, and what she has learned about herself, her surroundings, her relationships, and society will inspire, educate, and move you.   Her insight and wisdom far exceed her young age of 22, and her advice for leaders, professors, and others is profound.  What do you do when someone tells you "it can't be done"?  Hear her response.   Join us for this first of many "Coping with Covid in College" conversations.  Presented by Orange Kiwi Consulting.  Visit www.orangekiwillc.com 
46:05
October 18, 2020
Episode 39: Bea Boccalandro | Do Good At Work: How Simple Acts of Social Purpose Drive Success and Well-Being
Bea Boccalandro is author of "Do Good At Work," a delightful manual for making work meaningful for anyone in any job. She also helps companies, managers and individuals make a positive social impact from everyday work. Job purposing, as this practice is called, increases employee engagement, performance and wellbeing, and makes meaningful contributions to societal causes. Her clients include Aetna, Caesars Entertainment, FedEx, IBM, PwC, Toyota and Western Digital. To stay sane, Bea snowboards while in Park City, Utah; surfs (if such term can be applied to flopping off the board) in Southern California; and draws cartoonish portraits of colleagues in meetings.  Bea can be reached, and you can purchase her book at  http://www.dogoodatwork.com  
1:15:14
October 15, 2020
Episode 38: Ryan Gottfredson | Success Mindsets in Life, Work and Leadership - What Makes a Great Leader?
Our mindsets fuel our thinking, learning, and behavior. Yet, for most people, our mindsets are something we are not aware of. Did you know that there are four primary mindsets that fuel our success?  Ryan is a leadership professor (Cal State Fullerton) and consultant, and helps (1) individuals awaken to and improve their mindsets to enhance their effectiveness and success, and (2) organizations improve their leadership/employee development and their cultures to become more agile and future-ready.  You can his FREE personal mindset assessment: https://ryangottfredson.com/personal-mindset-assessment.  He is also the author of a Wall Street Journal and USA Today best-selling book: Success Mindsets, click here: https://ryangottfredson.com/books  Join Ryan and Ed, and guest host Charles Antis on this deep exploration into what makes great leaders great!  
1:18:30
October 12, 2020
Episode 37: David Carter | The Impact of 2020 on the Future of the Business of Sports
David M. Carter founded the Sports Business Group in 1999 following more than ten years of consulting for the sports and entertainment industries. As a sports business consultant specializing in strategic marketing, Mr. Carter has consulted for corporations, sports organizations, sports and entertainment venues, law firms, municipalities, and individual athletes. He is also an associate professor of sports business at the USC Marshall School of Business, having served on the faculty since 1994. Further, Mr. Carter has also authored four books about the sports business industry and serves on multiple sports business-related boards as either an advisor or director. Additionally, he regularly provides sports-business commentary to both domestic and international media outlets.  Tune in and hear Mr. Carter's opinion ad expertise on the impact of 2020 on the sports industry, learn about his new venture with Altius Sports Partners, and daydream as he shares his amazing 25 year sports bucket list!   You can contact David Carter at david.carter@sportsbusinessgroup.com and learn more about Altius Sports Partners at https://www.altiussportspartners.com/
58:14
October 6, 2020
Episode 36: Charlie Hough | 25 Years in Major League Baseball - A Life of Influence and Gratitude
Charlie Hough was drafted out of high school by the Los Angeles Dodgers.  He never would have made it to the leagues without the influence of many mentors, including Tommy Lasorda.  He learned to throw a knuckleball when he was in the minor leagues and was suffering from a sore shoulder.  Thanks to learning that pitch, he played 25 years in Major League Baseball, pitched in three World Series, and was an All- Star.  He played for managers like Walter Alston, Lasorda, Del Crandall, and Duke Snider, and pitched to Hall of Famers like Reggie Jackson, George Brett, Kirby Puckett, and many others.  Not a day has gone by in the last 50 years when Charlie Hough hasn't felt grateful for the life that he is living...whether pitching into his 40's, or coaching and teaching into his 70's, Charlie knows how blessed he is to have the life he has.  Married to his childhood sweetheart Sharon since 1969, Charlie lives his life with passion, gratitude, and a choice each day to be happy.   He is a living lesson for all of us.   To learn more about Charlie Hough, visit https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Charlie_Hough
1:00:41
September 28, 2020
Episode 35: Stephanie Stuckey | It's My Name on Those Billboards - The Legacy of Rebuilding an Iconic American Brand
Stephanie Stuckey is the CEO of Stuckey's Corporation, whish was founded by her grandpa in 1937.  This roadside oasis became a household name for travelers across America, but has dropped from 370 stores in their peak, to around 20 today.  Stephanie is leading the rebirth and rebrand of this American icon.   A career lawyer and public servant, Stuckey served for 14 years in the Georgia House of Representatives.  In late 2019, Stuckey became the third-generation CEO of Stuckey's Corporation. Stuckey stated her optimism and personal connection to the Stuckey brand. In addition to modest store growth, she shared how pecans (pronounced PEE-cans, by the way!) and supporting the vision of the "great American road trip".  To learn more about this dynamic and energetic leader, you can find Stephanie on social media at https://www.linkedin.com/in/stephaniestuckey/ and visit their website at https://stuckeys.com/   Enter the Discount code HART to receive 5% off of any purchase!
1:03:10
September 21, 2020
Episode 34: Alden Mills | Life and Leadership Lessons from A Navy Seal and American Hero
Alden Mills is a high-energy, humble, and charismatic leader with a track record of superior performance.  As an Olympic Festival rower, he went on to become a standout at the US Naval Academy, then a Navy SEAL platoon commander (three times), then an entrepreneur. He founded and grew Perfect Fitness from zero to $63m in sales, becoming the fastest growing consumer company in America.  He has created over 40 patents in the consumer sector. Thanks to his time in the military, then in business, Alden has accrued over 25 years of experience working on high-performance leadership, company strategy, growth, and team-building.  His experience and vibrant storytelling skills makes him a sought-after speaker around the world. Alden is the acclaimed author of BE UNSTOPPABLE: The Eight Essential Actions to Succeed at Anything and the pending book, UNSTOPPABLE TEAMS: The Four Essential Actions of High-Performance Leadership (HarperCollins, March 2019).  For more information, or to contact Alden, visit https://alden-mills.com/
1:01:58
September 19, 2020
Episode 33: Dr. Lola Gershfeld | Maintaining Emotional Connection During This Time of Isolation
We are living in times of heightened emotion.  Unlike any time in our lives, the next day is as unpredictable as ever before.  Companies are closing, jobs have been lost, schools are still closed in most places, and families are still trying to figure out how to balance their new work/family/school/personal lives.  Dr. Lola Gershfeld and I had a wonderful conversation about how to keep our emotions, and those of our loved ones and those over whom we have stewardship, under control and how to effectively communicate with one another.   You will gain tremendous tools and insight as you listen to her advice and wisdom.  Visit https://www.emcleaders.com/ to learn more!
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September 17, 2020
Episode 32: California Love Drop | Jennifer Annes, Charles Antis and Wing Lam - Taking Care of Those Who Take Care of Us
What happens when you bring great corporate partners together, with the passion, drive and heart of people like Jennifer Annes, Charles Antis, Wing Lam and more?  You make an indelible impact on the lives of thousands of people in your community.  Whether it is feeding frontline care givers and workers, hosting blood drives that literally save lives, feeding those less fortunate, caring for those directly impacted by Covd-19, or simply offering a virtual hug or a literal smile, this team of servant leaders is forever blessing the lives of everyone around them, and leaving a legacy that will inspire us for generations to come.  We hope this episode inspires you, like it did us, to give just a little more of your heart to those around you.   To support this team, and their efforts, we encourage you to visit https://www.gofundme.com/f/california-love-drop today!
53:52
September 15, 2020
Episode 31: Sarah Dandashy | Your Concierge to the World - During and Post-Pandemic
Sarah Dandashy is an award-winning concierge and travel expert. In 2015 she won "Best Young Concierge in the World," making her the Miss Universe equivalent of the concierge industry! More than a travel influencer, her many years of working in hotels make her a verified travel expert. People seek her out for her travel tips, advice, and knowledge of trends from the “frontlines of travel.” She has produced over 200 travel videos covering all the best there is to eat, see, and do in Los Angeles and around the world! Sarah has appeared on The Kelly Clarkson Show, and is a regular contributor on Good Day LA. She has been featured in numerous publications from the New York Times, Reader's Digest, and American Way Magazine. As a content creator, she works with some of the top brands in travel, including Marriott International, Hilton Hotels and Resorts, Celebrity Cruises, Norwegian Cruiseline, and Allianz Travel Insurance. She also consults and trains various companies on enhancing their hospitality and service standards.  For more information about Sarah, or to reach her, visit. https://askaconcierge.tv/
59:48
August 10, 2020
Episode 30: Ben Malcolmson | Walk On - Pete Carroll's Assistant and God's Ambassador
Ben Malcolmson is in his 14th season as the right-hand man to Seattle Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll. The journey began after Ben played one storybook season as a walk-on wide receiver on the USC Trojans football team. Following his brief yet memorable football career, Ben worked for Coach Carroll at USC for three seasons before joining him in Seattle, where he has served Carroll and the Seahawks for the last 11 seasons. In 2018, Ben released “Walk On,” an inspirational memoir published by Penguin Random House. A highly sought-after speaker, Ben shares his amazing story to businesses, churches, and other groups looking to be encouraged to live with purpose. A native of Dallas, Ben is married to Brittney, a pastor who oversees the college ministry at Reach Church in Kirkland, Washington.  You can order Ben's book "Walk On" on Amazon, and learn more about him and his inspiring story at https://www.benmalcolmson.com/
55:30
July 29, 2020
Episode 29: CSUF President Fram Virjee | Leading One of America's Largest Universities From The Heart
A first-generation college student, the product of public schools, and an immigrant who arrived in the United States at the age of five on the deck of the Queen Mary, Framroze “Fram” Virjee is both the personification of Cal State Fullerton’s inclusive, equitable mission and the inspiration for others to tap into its transformational power. As president of CSUF, the most populated university in the largest system of higher education in the country, Fram provides leadership for over 4,000 educators who collectively serve more than 40,000 students. It was the potential of these students — and all students who look to Cal State Fullerton as a beacon of hope and opportunity — that compelled Fram to bypass retirement and join the Titan family in January of 2018.  To learn more about President Virjee, and California State University Fullerton, visit https://president.fullerton.edu/bio/index.aspx
1:08:57
July 20, 2020
Episode 28: Scott Warner | Driven by Faith, Passion, and Trust
Scott Warner is a serial entrepreneur. His portfolio of success covers everything from tech start-ups to restaurants, from online blogging to film. He has a visceral passion for building companies that are innovative, profitable, and viral. Scott is a natural leader who exudes confidence and energy. He has personally consulted hundreds of businesses and influencers on brand building and better utilizing the social media landscape. From restaurants to health care products to savvy tech, Scott has always had an interest in discovering and building startups that have true potential and uses his abilities to take these platforms to the next level. Currently as founder and CEO of Gigg, Scott is focused on helping businesses provide stronger ways to align with target audiences using quality content, strategic campaigns, and result driven social media initiatives.  Scott is a devout Mormon, and dedicated husband and father of 4, and his passions for faith, family, music, sports, and leadership are clearly evident in this conversation.  Follow Scott on Twitter @ScottWarner18 and learn about Gigg at https://gigg.com/
1:00:06
July 13, 2020
Episode 27: Heather Monahan | Leap Frogging Your Villains and Creating Confidence
Heather Monahan is a best-selling author, keynote speaker, entrepreneur and founder of Boss In Heels. Having successfully climbed the corporate ladder for nearly 20 years, Heather is one of the few women to break the glass ceiling and claim her spot in the C-suite. Heather is a Glass Ceiling Award winner, was named one of the most Influential Women in Radio in 2017, and Thrive Global named her a Limit Breaking Female Founder in 2018.  Her new "Confidence Creator" shot to #1 on Amazon's Business Biographies and Business Motivation lists the first week it debuted on Amazon.  Heather is a confidence expert and is currently working with Fortune 500 companies and professional sports to develop confidence in the workplace and on the court. She is a mentor and coach, and teaches people how to succeed and build their confidence. To contact Heather, visit https://heathermonahan.com/  
47:32
June 24, 2020
Episode 26: James Fratzke | Teaching People to Fish
James Fratzke, a Cal State Fullerton graduate, along with his twin brother Ryan (and James' wife Lisa), run Fratzke Media, an Orange County, CA- based digital marketing consultancy. His passion for storytelling comes from years with the Walt Disney Company where his team executed record-breaking media events. He has helped tell the stories of major brands like Dollar Tree, Advance Auto Parts, and Jelly Belly.  Working as the Head of Client Success for Fratzke Media, a family-owned business, James works closely with his clients to ensure they are seeing transformative results in their companies.  To learn more about James, and Fratzke Media, visit https://www.fratzkemedia.com/.  
1:06:12
June 15, 2020
Episode 25: Dr. Allie Taylor | What Every Family Business Needs to Know
Dr. Allie Taylor of Orange Kiwi LLC makes a huge impact on the lives and businesses of family business leaders all over the world.  Her approach to her clients is unique and powerful, and the results these family business leaders see is astounding.  Her approach to getting her clients to really dive into the details about their money, their ownership, and their management, leads these business owners on a journey to making a greater impact now, and into the generations to come.  Everyone who owns a business, leads people, or is looking to pass their business to the next generation should listen to this podcast over and over.  The wisdom in her words will make a lasting impact that will change the course of your business.   Visit www.orangekiwillc.com to learn how to engage Allie and her team.  
1:02:14
June 11, 2020
Episode 24: Kate Inglis | A Difficult and Illuminating Evening
·Kate Inglis is a Halifax, Nova Scotia native.  She is an award winning writer, a brand strategist, a photographer and an old soul.  In 2007, with life cruising along nicely - no major trials to speak of, no significant hardships, her world came crashing down.  She gave birth to twin boys prematurely, at 28 weeks into the pregnancy.  Ben and Liam, identical twins, each weighed under 3 pounds.  After 2 months, Liam died, sending Kate into a journey unlike any she had ever faced.  She has inspired millions with her books, a Ted Talk, and her attitude about her loss.  She formed Glow in the Woods, the world's first online community for bereaved parents, and continues to write novels and children's books, and her approach to grief and life and death is refreshing and thought-provoking.  This interview with Kate will provide comfort, and warm your heart..  Parallelism is a word that you will now use in your vocabulary after you listen to our discussion.  You can learn more about this amazing woman at  http://www.kateinglis.com  
1:25:07
June 6, 2020
Episode 23: Kelly Vlahakis-Hanks | A Passion for Health, Hard Work, People and Family Business
In 1967, Van Vlahakis, who grew up during the pre-WWII era in Nazi Germany, started the ECOS brand with an eco-friendly laundry detergent.  Now, over 50 years later, Van's daughter Kelly has turned the ECOS brand, and its manufacturer Earth Friendly Products in to a worldwide household name.  When Kelly talks about family and family business, she lights up.  Her passion for creating a more healthy world for the next generation, for her family, and for her legacy come out in waves on this interview.  You can see all of the ECOS products at https://www.ecos.com/,  You can also view the trailer for the 2012 feature film, "A Green Story", here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ICGw6o1vzJ0   This is an amazing film about Van, Kelly, their family, and their inspiring story.  
52:26
May 29, 2020
Episode 22: Deanne Mendoza | Creating a World in Which Children Love to Learn
Deanne Mendoza runs Huntington Beach, CA based Teacher Created Materials with her Mom Rachelle and sister Corinne.  These three dynamic women are strong businesswomen, great leaders, and compassionate educators , and TCM has been providing materials for teachers and families for decades.  Deanne has learned through her experiences the value of hard work, honesty, and loyalty.  She is driven and focused on being a great Mom, a great leader, and a mentor and role model to those around her.  She is the type of boss we all should have...fair, consistent, forgiving, and honest.  I sat down with Deanne at the end of the 10th week of the Covid-19 lock down, and heard her thoughts on how to lead and teach in these difficult times.  To reach Deanne and Teacher Created Materials, visit https://www.teachercreatedmaterials.com/ 
1:11:00
May 22, 2020
Episode 21 | Susan Parks - Orange County United Way: A True Leader in Good Times and in Crisis
Sue Parks was a successful leader in corporate America when she was asked to serve on a variety of non-profit boards.  The Rockford, Illinois native comes from a family and culture of high integrity, values, and close relationships.  To this day, she still stays in regular contact with her closest friends from childhood, even though most are separated by thousands of miles.  She is a great connector, and has a wealth of knowledge and experience in building and maintaining close relationships.  In her work as President and CEO of the United Way of Orange County, Sue is a leader and influencer for good, and truly has a heart for service.  During the Covid-19 pandemic, she is leading the charge to keep people safe, housed, educated, and healthy.  For information on how to get involved with Sue and the Orange County United Way, visit https://www.unitedwayoc.org/  
48:06
May 13, 2020
Episode 20: Jenny Dinnen and Katie Rucker | The Power of True Partnership
Jenny Dinnen and Katie Rucker are twin sisters who run a successful data analytics and market research firm in Orange County, CA.  They grew up watching their parents each run their own businesses, but never had aspirations of working in either company.  As kids, they had a lot of differences, and even went to different high schools.  As they approached college age, they both chose to attend the University of Colorado in Boulder, and for the past decade have become so close that they are now co-Presidents of MacKenzie Corporation.  They work well together, and have become so close that, in 2019, they were selected into the Family Business Hall of Fame at Cal State Fullerton.  To learn more about their family business, their journey, and their team, visit https://www.mackenziecorp.com/
1:00:28
May 1, 2020
Episode 19: Meridith Elliott Powell | After the Pandemic - An Economy of Evolution and Growth
Meridith Elliott Powell is a nationally renowned author, speaker, and business growth expert.  She lights up any room she enters, and her high energy style, combined with her wisdom in building great strategies, has her in high demand year round.  Join us for an in-depth conversation about how our world will look as we transition into a new economy as we come out of this pandemic.   This is a great hour of nuggets.  You just might want to take notes!  To reach Meridith, and learn more about her engagements, books, and articles, visit https://meridithelliottpowell.com/
57:05
April 24, 2020
Episode 18 SPECIAL EDITION - Town Hall Meeting with Dr. Ken Blanchard and Garry Ridge - April 22, 2020
As part of our partnership with Hart Leadership Group, and the CSUF Center for Family Business, Dr. Ken Blanchard (One Minute Manager, Servant Leadership in Action, and about 60 other books!) and Garry Ridge (CEO and Chairman of WD-40), both guests in season 1 on From The Hart, joined Ed Hart and about 60 leaders from family businesses around the country to discuss Servant Leadership in Unprecedented Times.  For more information about the Center for Family Business, visit www.csuffamilybusiness.com
1:16:55
April 22, 2020
Episode 17: Lynsi Snyder | The Key Ingredients to In-N-Out Burger's Success? Love and Family.
Lynsi Snyder has been working with In-N-Out Burger, one of the most respected and admired brands in America, since 1999.  After the loss of her grandparents, her uncle, and her parents, Snyder found herself leading the family business in her late 20's.  She has had many challenges in her life, including addiction, and failed relationships.  Today, she takes the lessons she has learned from her life and uses them to show grace and empathy not only to herself, but to everyone around her.  She is passionate about the In-N-Out brand, but even more so about the people of In-N-Out.  Her love and commitment to God and her family, drive her in all she does.  She is a wife, a mother, a President, a leader of three non-profits, and balances these roles with dignity and a great sense of humor.  To learn more about In-N-Out Burger, its history, the foundations they lead, and more, visit www.innout.com 
54:07
April 22, 2020
Episode 16: Tam Nguyen & Christie Nguyen | Nailing it for Health Care Workers
Dr. Tam Nguyen has been the President of Advance Beauty College since 1999, where he and his sister Linh have partnered to become a leading family business in the region.   Christie Nguyen, together with her parents, founded Studio 18 Nail Bar in Tustin, California, in 2017.  For both, business was booming, and expansion was just weeks away for Tam, and in discussions for Christie.  Then, as for all of us, the Covid-19 pandemic drastically changed their plans.  Being the kind-hearted leaders that they are, Tam and Christie (and several others) teamed up to form Nailing It for Healthcare Workers, an initiative that is gathering donations for Personal Protection Equipment (PPEs), food, and more to take care of those working to save lives in this crisis.  To donate, either call the From The Hart studios at 714-458-3064, or go to www.unitedwayoc.org/get-involved/nailing-it-for-health-care-workers/
58:07
April 20, 2020
Episode 15: Manna Kadar | It's All Cosmetic -The Birth and Growth of a Worldwide Brand
Hailing from what is arguably the most fashionable city in the world, beauty guru Manna Kadar was born in Paris, France. Surrounded by the very best that fashion and beauty has to offer, Manna developed a passion at a very young age for not only the finest beauty products on earth, but for the business behind the most cutting-edge brands.   Manna's commitment to women doesn’t stop with providing them with the tools to look their best. Her true passion is empowering women to chase their dreams and achieve their goals. She is a successful businesswoman, philanthropist, wife and mom, and has battled through tremendous obstacles to build a successful company that serves women and men around the world.  To learn more about Manna and her company, visit https://www.mannakadarcosmetics.com/
1:06:54
April 19, 2020
Episode 14: Andrea Hamilton Binley | Perseverance, Faith and Gratitude - A Songwriter's Journey Through Sickness and Health
Andrea Hamilton didn't grow up in a musical home, but her love for music, especially songwriting, was recognized when she was 16 years old and was honored by Gospel Music Association as one of the nations top young songwriters.  As a young adult, she moved from Nashville to Los Angeles to launch her music career.  After touring in Asia and other parts of the world, she developed a debilitating illness that kept her alone, sick, and away from the people, and career, she loved.  She used that time to get close to God, and eventually has gone on to a successful pop music career, all while serving as worship leader at a Southern California mega church.  To learn more about Andrea, and her incredible journey, and to listen to her music, visit www.hopefulandrea.com 
54:13
April 17, 2020
Episode 13: AmyK Hutchens | Communicating With Those You Love and Serve, In These Unprecedented Times
Good communication has always been the core to loving and trusting relationships.  Now, more than ever, we need to choose how we communicate - with children, employees, customers, spouses, and everyone around us.  We are all in uncharted waters, and how we talk with others makes all the difference.  Whether you want more intimacy & connection in your marriage, or a promotion and a raise at work, or you want to say no without feeling guilty, or you want to stop a difficult person in their tracks, AmyK knows how to help you.  GET IT is a proven, easy to follow book, filled with conversation tips and Magical Phrases so you can get exactly what it is you want.  To reach AmyK, and see all the wonderful things she does, visit  www.amyK.com
1:06:23
April 15, 2020
Episode 12: Dr. Katherine Bihr | Method - Mindset - Mastery: The Core Values of the Tiger Woods Foundation
Tiger Woods is not only arguably the greatest golfer to ever tee it up, but he is also a tremendous philanthropist and educator.  In 1996, he created the Tiger Woods Foundation, now known as TGR Foundation, and in 2006 opened his flagship TGR Learning Lab in Anaheim, California.  Dr. Katherine Bihr has been with TGR Foundation since 2004, and has watched the STEM-focused after school program blossom into one of the leading educational non-profits in the country.  Join us for a closer look at Kathy's career, and the work she does with TGR Foundation.  For more info on TGR Foundation, visit https://tgrfoundation.org/
52:50
April 13, 2020
Episode 11: Tim Mead | Hall of Fame President, Hall of Fame Man
Tim Mead's first job in professional sports was with the Los Angeles Angels in Major League Baseball.  39 years after starting with the Angels, he started his second job in professional sports, as the President of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, New York.  Tim has seen just about everything in his career, from the lows of comforting the families of players who died suddenly, to the high of winning a World Series in 2002.  He has been honored as a National Father of the Year, and is widely regarded as the nicest man in sports.  Listen as Tim shares stories from his illustrious career, and about what it is like to work with some of the game's best of all time.  You can visit the baseball Hall of Fame at https://baseballhall.org/
58:17
April 9, 2020
Episode 10: Pastor Josh Crain | A Calming Leader in a Season of Uncertainty
In August of 2018, Inland Hills Church (IHC) in Chino, California, lost their Lead Pastor to mental illness, which eventually led to him dying by suicide.  Just a couple of years prior to that, his father, the founding Pastor of IHC, lost his lengthy battle with leukemia.  In September 2019, Pastor Josh Crain and his family packed up and left their home in Pennsylvania to take over leadership of IHC.  After just a few short months, Pastor Josh finds himself in the thick of leading the IHC family in their grief journey once again, this time due to the worldwide Coronavirus pandemic that is unprecedented.  To learn more about Pastor Josh and IHC, visit www.inlandhillschurch.com 
1:05:40
April 5, 2020
Episode 9: Steve Carroll | Faith, perseverance, and gratitude
Radio Play-by-Play voice of the NHL's Anaheim Ducks, for the past 21 seasons. Steve Carroll has been working as a professional sports play-by-play man for 46 years, and for the past 21 seasons he has been the voice of the Anaheim Ducks.  He wormed his way up from covering low minor league hockey and baseball, and college basketball to his dream job in major sports.  His life has been full of trials and challenges, but his faith, perseverance and gratitude have pushed to where he is today. I hope you will enjoy my conversation with my good friend, Steve Carroll.
49:57
March 30, 2020
Episode 8: Edgar Sotelo | The power of being yourself, serving others, and knowing your why
Watch this episode: https://bit.ly/2HyvMAg Welcome back to the From The Hart podcast! The goal of this show is to share stories and insight from real people that inspire and uplift us all.  In this episode, Ed talks with radio host and entrepreneur Edgar Sotelo. Edgar has hosted morning radio programs across the country and he talks about the power of being yourself, serving others, and knowing your why. Sit back and get ready to be inspired!
56:01
February 17, 2020
Episode 7: Charles Antis | Missions, families, and making a difference
Watch the show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bAkeQA6IfzA Welcome back to the From The Hart podcast! The goal of this show is to share stories and insight from real people that inspire and uplift us all.  In this episode, Ed talks with founder of Antis Roofing, Charles Antis.  Charles has a unique ability to bring positivity and perspective anywhere he goes.  He shares how he went from the mission field to serving families through his business and making a difference every day. Sit back and get ready to be inspired!
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February 10, 2020
Episode 6: Wing Lam | Action, tacos, and family business
Watch the show: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=LORMhJiUKsU Welcome back to the From The Hart podcast! The goal of this show is to share stories and insight from real people that inspire and uplift us all.  In this episode, Ed talks with co-founder of Wahoo's Fish Taco Wing Lam.  Wing and his brothers have a great story and we can't wait to share it with you. Sit back and get ready to be inspired!
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February 3, 2020
Episode 5: Denise Brown | Speak up and be bold
Watch the episode: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aMCs3_J0e1I&t=1s Connect with Denise: https://www.elitespeakersinternational.com/ Welcome back to the From The Hart podcast! The goal of this show is to share stories and insight from real people that inspire and uplift us all.  In this episode, Ed talks with speaker and advocate Denise Brown.  Denise and her family were thrust into the limelight during the trial of the century in the late 90's. Since then she has been speaking about and advocating for domestic violence across the country and all over the world.  Denise has a great story and we can't wait to share it with you. Sit back and get ready to be inspired!
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January 27, 2020
Episode 4: Greg Grunberg | Focus, hustle, and relationships
Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/QdqXZ5ZFvUA Connect with Greg: https://twitter.com/greggrunberg   Welcome back to the From The Hart podcast! The goal of this show is to share stories and insight from real people that inspire and uplift us all.  In this episode, Ed and Todd talks with actor, producer, writer and musician Greg Grunberg. They talk about his experiences in movies, tv shows, playing in a band, and his family.  Greg has a fantastic story and we can't wait to share it with you. Sit back and get ready to be inspired!
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January 20, 2020
Episode 3: Garry Ridge | It's all about people and a dog named Max
Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/9oAd766yJ-A Welcome back to the From The Hart podcast! The goal of this show is to share stories and insight from real people that inspire and uplift us all.  In this episode, Ed talks with CEO and Chairman of WD40 Garry Ridge.  Garry is an extremely accomplished executive and he shares his secrets to leading a Fortune 500 organization along with his daily routines that include a dog named Max. Sit back and get ready to be inspired!
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January 13, 2020
Episode 2 The TOP 5 qualities of successful leaders
Watch the episode: https://youtu.be/B8uRKHNalOY Welcome back to the From The Hart podcast! The goal of this show is to share stories and insight from real people that inspire and uplift us all.  In this episode, Ed and Todd sit down to discuss the "Top 5 qualities of a successful leader". Sit back and get ready to be inspired!
24:43
January 9, 2020
Episode 1: Dr. Ken Blanchard | How to lead well
Watch the video interview: https://youtu.be/rDjKk1NbGdg Welcome to the From The Hart podcast! We are so excited for this first episode and to start this journey with each and every one of you.  The goal of this show is to share stories from real people that inspire and uplift us all.  In this episode, we sit down with Dr Ken Blanchard and discuss his journey from his youth to world renowned author and leadership expert.
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January 6, 2020
Season 1 is coming January 2020!
Subscribe to the podcast: https://www.frazinc.com/fromthehart   We are getting REALLY excited over here to share season 1 of From The Hart with you in January.  In this video, we reflect a little on what's been going on and talk about the guests that we already have recorded to give you just a LITTLE taste of what's to come.  Don't forget to subscribe so you don't miss an episode.   Thank you,  Ed + Todd
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December 17, 2019
What is From the Hart all about? | Season 1 trailer
Welcome to From The Hart a show created and hosted by Ed Hart to share stories that will inspire you. In this episode, Ed sits down with the shows producer, Todd Frazier to discuss what this show is all about and share why Ed wanted to make a podcast in the first place.  The show is scheduled to launch January 1, 2020 with sneak peeks along the way so stay tuned! Enjoy!
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October 24, 2019