Seto is the brain behind DD4CHANGE - Dropping Dimes 4 Change is Seto's way to express himself that has transformed into a help for others. He and I speak about the pressures of being the youngest, His cultural pressure of being a Nigerian immigrant and how life has dealt, through hardship, opportunities to grow.
This episode is a conversation I had with Tawana Anderson. Her brand SHINE stands for Stuff Happens It's Not the End and if that's not the perfect compliment to Walk it Off - You're Probably Fine I don't know what is. She and I delve into the mindset of moving forward and continuing through the hard stuff as well as keeping your eyes open for the opportunity to help others through their hard times.
It's an excellent conversation and all of Tawana's links are below
Book on Amazon: “Bruised And Broken To Shine”
Facebook Group: Shine Lifestyle @ https://www.facebook.com/groups/shinelifestyle/?ref=share
This conversation took me happily off guard as Jay is both an exceptionally open and honest guest AND he doesn't mind digging into some of the muck at the chance of uncovering a few gems for someone else. I appreciate his candor and willingness to play ball with me as we peeled the layers of his attempted suicide, drug use, and how the divorce of his parents all helped mold him into the successful and HELPFUL man he is today.
Sean and I graduated together, but had to some degree not REALLY been in the same circles. Recently we both signed up for a 50k with the same group of guys and it was a great way for a new kind of relationship to start. So, Sean and I do some catching up as well as breaking down what you COULD go through and still come out a generally ok person. Ultimately, Sean has a really great mind. I like the way he thinks and processes life and THAT is where the most meat is in the episode.
Mr. Matthew Rackers Esquire and I have a great little chatterino about life, faith, family, business and legacy. Matt is a really cool guy with a great pile of brains in his skull and digging in with him was a great time.
To anyone who's been paying attention, the story of Travis Steffen is a winding and intriguing one. We go through some of the bullet points of his journey to becoming a successful entrepreneur. Travis is very candid in our conversation and lends a lot of insight into his own ups and downs along the way. Thanks for your time, Mister Steffen.
Chris is a return guest who's helping me out by interviewing me about my attempt to run a marathon. We handle some of the finer details of my mental and physical game of getting through it. Then we kinda just fall off a cliff talking about whatever as friends, AND THEN we get back to the main focus of the episode and finish... Strong? Either way it's a fun episode and I enjoyed Chris' take on my experience.
Pam and I dig into our history together through the First Presbyterian Church, Youth groups and our shared interactions with my Grandpa Dindinger. Pam is the Head Pastor at FPC after a previous run with the Muscatine church as associate pastor. During her first go-round with FPC she acted as our youth pastor.
Tanya is a well known author, life coach and business strategist. Her goal is to focus in on missed potential, suggest a few tweaks and help others gain better traction in the lives they're building. Doing life "unapologetically on purpose" is her game and our conversation was fantastic. I hope you enjoy listening as much as I enjoyed the boost I got from being a part of the conversation.
Social media: FB, IG, Twitter & YouTube @TalkingwithTanya
Drew is my oldest brother and together we dig into his journey of building a family and finding his place in athletics through highland games. Drew has always been an excellent example for me of what it looks like to be a man, husband, provider and father. I really enjoyed getting into it with him and I hope the episode provides some of the same aspects for you. Enjoy! Www.Onemorearrow.org
This week we dig into F.O.C.U.S. This acronym has been devised to help overcome the various perceived and actual set-backs that might arise during the course of hunting down the "finish line" of any goal. Through understanding Failure, Obstacles, Criticism, the Unknown and Success for what they are and how they present themselves, we get a better understanding of who we are and build our skills to better achieve and appreciate the goals we have on our horizons.
Chris and I talk about the Caronapocalypse and how to gauge your mindset to come out of it with compassion and positivity. Chris has been a motivator in my life for years now and leaning on his level head to gain MORE insight on the current situation was great. I hope this helps your own struggle through what could be a very trying time.
Jeremy and I talk about the IMPENDING DOOM of Coronapocalypse. WRONG! We try to give each other and you a little bit of of a point of view on how WE are dealing with and living in what is the weirdest America/World we've lived in (our generation specifically) to date. Ultimately, We're trying to spread the good word that we will come through this as a nation, as a species and as individuals and it is up to you and how you want to conduct yourself that will dictate HOW you come through this. Let's aim for being good humans.
It's the MAMA!!!
My Mom, Meg Dindinger, joins me for a sort of walk through memory lane as well as chance to stop and sniff the optimism. Almost everything I know about not sweating the small stuff has come from her either passively or actively trying to be an example and I couldn't be more amazed at the life she's lead and the boys (me included) she's raised..
In this episode I go through who I am and what I plan to achieve through this Podcast. Digging into topics like positivity, motivation, overcoming obstacles and the mind set that helps me get through those things we will hopefully arrive on a central foeces for the Podcast that makes sense to you and makes sense and is a worthwhile endeavor for any who choose to listen.