Going forward, I will be publishing a monthly roundup of all the guests that have appeared on The Game Changer Podcast. The first of these though is going to be a little bit longer, as I’ll be including all of October & November!
So without further ado, here we go.
Intro Episode: Why I Started The Game Changer Podcast
This podcast is the culmination of my life’s work, my life’s passion and what I believe is my purpose; to inspire you to believe that your life truly is limitless possibility.
Cole Hatter: Making your money… make a difference
Cole Hatter is a public speaker, an entrepreneur, a podcaster and now event host of Thrive! Cole is all about sharing what he knows by explaining what works based on his own life lessons and giving simple action steps that we all can learn from.
Erica Black: Not just believing in your vision… but living it
Erica Black is the founder of Erica Black Wellness. She is a licensed massage therapist, certified biofeedback specialist and peak performance coach, and soon to be diamond level with DoTerra. She works with Olympic athletes, CEO’s, and the gamut in between – helping people to realize their full potential.
Wes Chapman: How to have a Super Human Life
Wes Chapman is an incredible visionary with goals that most would find daunting to reach in 100 lifetimes. He is the co-founder of A Human Project – creating a community of empowered youth, co-host of The Human Project Podcast, and soon to be best-selling author of “Runt” – the story of a fearless child.
Bob McIntosh: Get Out of Your Way
Bob McIntosh is an entrepreneur, a coach, and a soon to be published author. His book (releasing end of 2015) is a must read both for personal and professional growth: Get Out of Your Own Way. Break the perfectionist mindset, and unleash the floodgates of prosperity for your business.
Richard Miller, PhD: Healing PTSD
Richard Miller is the co-founder of the International Association of Yoga Therapists, the founding member and past president of The Institute for Spirituality and Psychology and is the founder of iRest, the Integrative Restoration Institute. He has also published dozens of articles and books, including his latest: The iRest Program for healing PTSD.
Richard Miller has dedicated his life’s work to healing PTSD in the many forms that it takes, regardless of it’s origin. Richard and his organization, iRest, currently work with – but are not limited to – individuals in the VA, homeless shelters, schools, hospitals, and victims of human trafficking who experience PTSD, chronic pain, and sleep related issues.
William Rodriguez, MSW: Limiting Beliefs
William Rodriquez, MSW is a decorated three-time Operation Enduring/Iraqi-Freedom Veteran. After leaving the Army he has received his Master’s Degree in military social work from the University of Southern California (USC). He currently works as a trauma and addiction therapist in Santa Barbara, CA. He is also featured in an upcoming documentary, Thank You for Your Service due out at the end of 2015.
Ilan Arboleda: “Thank You For Your Service” Documentary Film Producer
In addition to his duties as the primary producer on all CreativeChaos projects including the award winning film Casting By and The Best Is Yet To Come, Ilan oversees all creative development, business development, finance and operations for CreativeChaos vmg.
He is the producer of the documentary, “Thank you for your service”. This documentary is a look at the shocking truth behind what is and what is not being done to support returning veterans struggling with PTSD.
Kerry Heaps: The Power of Focus and Clarity
Kerry Heaps is the Founder and President of Kerry’s Network, Inc., a marketing organization that provides Business-to-Business Marketing services. She is also the host of Strictly Marketing Talk Radio and publisher of Strictly Marketing Magazine. The magazine has recently spun off an online community for Strictly Women in Marketing, for Women (and Men) looking to gain more media exposure.
I was also a guest on Kerrys show in November. You can find it on the Strictly Marketing Magazine Talk Radio Podcast.
Carl Christman: Reading minds
Carl Christman plays with language, psychology and non-verbal communication to educate and entertain audiences. His best-selling book How to Read Minds and Influence People explores communication from a radically different perspective. It unlocks the science of reading people and helps people harness the power of persuasion. He offers participants the tools to relate to people and positively influence them.
Darren Pierre, PhD: “Don’t Dim Your Light”
Darren Pierre, Ph.D., is a college administrator at the University of Chicago, and part-time faculty member at Loyola University Chicago. His research largely centers on understanding the transformative power that derives from people having the courage to live out their truth. He has spoken across the United States on the ideals of integrity, authenticity, and living a life of purpose.
Gwen Gardner: Overcoming Adversity
Gwen is no stranger to adversity. Over 10 years ago (within the same week!) at 40 years old – she was diagnosed with Stage 2 breast cancer, broke up with her boyfriend, and found out she was pregnant.
I would like to say Thank You to all the fantastic guests who have appeared on the podcast so far.
I’d also like to give a big Thank You to anyone who has listened to the show, subscribed, shared, commented or helped out in any way!
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