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Adversity Builds Resiliency with Trevor Rossini

Posted May 27, 2020 in Podcast

Adversity Builds Resiliency with Trevor Rossini

My guest today is someone who has been through tons of adversity and came out the other side with a stronger, better character as a result. I met Trever Rossini several years ago, and from the moment I met him, I knew his story would inspire so many people. In this episode, we talk about his journey into aviation, how he pivoted out of his career into his dream job, how adversity shaped his character for the better, and how to achieve the right work-life balance.

From Pro Hockey to NASCAR Pit Crew Coach with Shaun Peet

Posted May 24, 2020 in Podcast

From Pro Hockey to NASCAR Pit Crew Coach with Shaun Peet

My guest today is Shaun Peet, a former pro hockey player hailing from Canada who is now a pit crew coach for Chip Ganassi NASCAR racing. The story of how he went from one career to the other is chock-full of lessons, and I know that you're going to enjoy hearing his story.

Meet My Wife — Lois Depiesse

Posted May 15, 2020 in Podcast

Meet My Wife — Lois Depiesse

I’m going to introduce you to my wife — Lois Depiesse. She’s an amazing woman, and I’m so grateful to have her in my life. I’m also going to give you a little more background on how she and I got on the same page and developed our ability to have those challenging conversations and manage our money as a couple. And finally, I’m giving you a simple, three-step framework for having similarly tricky conversations with your spouse.

A FULL YEAR in the Wilderness

Posted May 11, 2020 in Podcast

A FULL YEAR in the Wilderness

Today, I'm thrilled to have Amy and Dave Freeman on The Reaching Beyond podcast. Amy and Dave spent a full year in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness in order to raise awareness about proposed copper mines that would devastate the natural preserve. 
In this episode, Amy, Dave, and I talked all about their time in the wilderness, what inspired them to go on their year-long journey, how humans can adapt to their environment, and the importance of saving the Boundary Waters! 

The 4 Lessons That Cost Me $379,504 To Learn

Posted May 9, 2020 in Podcast

The 4 Lessons That Cost Me $379,504 To Learn

Today, I want to share with you the four lessons that cost me $379,504 to learn, and how these lessons have transformed my relationship with money for the better. My hope is that these lessons will equip you with the tools you need to prepare for the upcoming recession and give you a better mindset surrounding money!

Going Back to Normal?

Posted April 17, 2020 in Podcast

Going Back to Normal?

The COVID-19 pandemic has been such an illuminating time to evaluate what matters most to us, and now is a great time to start making changes and truly to appreciate what we have. On today's mini-episode of Reaching Beyond, I'm discussing what I've learned during the pandemic and how we can improve what we consider normal. My hope is that my story will empower you to make the most out of a stressful situation and redefine what “normal” means for you!

Golf, Kilimanjaro, Past Conditioning, and Everything In Between

Posted April 13, 2020 in Podcast

Golf, Kilimanjaro, Past Conditioning, and Everything In Between

Today’s guest on the Reaching Beyond podcast is Christina Lecuyer, a truly impressive woman who is a motivational speaker and mindset coach. I’m so excited to share her story with you — I think her journey from burnout to building confidence from within is going to really inspire you to take the first steps toward finding your own happiness.

Opportunity in Disguise

Posted April 2, 2020 in Podcast

Opportunity in Disguise

The thing about opportunities is that they often come in disguise. What if this time right now is your opportunity? What if you can use this situation of financial fear as a catalyst for change? If you are in a position of financial crisis right now, what if you can use this as a time to say, “Never again will I be in this position”?

Redefining Success from a 7 Time World Champion With Tony Schiller

Posted March 30, 2020 in Podcast

Redefining Success from a 7 Time World Champion With Tony Schiller

By many standards, my guest today has lived an extremely successful life. Tony Schiller is a seven-time world champion triathlon athlete, and he continues to race even now into his sixties. This man is the pinnacle of physical fitness, and his many wins have brought him plenty of fame and respect from around the country. And for a while, that was enough. But as Tony got older, he realized that his life was too centered on himself. He needed to redefine success.