• 01:03

    Radio Enso #138 with best-selling author and human guinea pig A.J. Jacobs

    in Lifestyle

    Join me on Monday, September 8th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso when I welcome author, journalist, lecturer and human guinea pig A.J. Jacobs. He has written four New York Times bestsellers that combine memoir, science, humor and a dash of self-help. AJ’s speech was a highlight at WDS 2014 and this promises to be a great conversation! We’ll discuss his upcoming MegaReunion, his Year of Living Biblically, his various books and experiments, and much more!


    About: A.J. Jacobs is an author, journalist, lecturer and human guinea pig. He has written four New York Times bestsellers that combine memoir, science, humor and a dash of self-help. He is also editor at large at Esquire magazine, a commentator on NPR and a columnist for Mental Floss magazine. He is currently helping to build a family tree of the entire world and holding the biggest family reunion ever in 2015.


    His first book, The Know-It-All: One Man’s Humble Quest to Become the Smartest Person in the World chronicles the 18 months Jacobs spent reading the entire Encyclopedia Britannica in a quest to learn everything in the world. After trying to improve his mind, he turned to his spirit. The Year of Living Biblically: One Man’s Humble Quest to Follow the Bible as Literally as Possible (2007) tells of his attempt to follow the hundreds of rules in the Good Book. In 2012, Jacobs completed his mind-spirit-body self-improvement trinity with Drop Dead Healthy: One Man’s Humble Quest for Bodily Perfection. It is the tale of his quest to be as healthy as humanly possible for which he revamped his diet, exercise regimen, sleep schedule, sex life, posture and more.

  • 00:01

    Radio Enso Past Favorites with Tess Vigeland on Figuring Out Act Four

    in Lifestyle

    Join me Monday, July 14th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso as we dip into the RE Archives. We'll be re-airing a great chat I had back in August 2013 with veteran radio host and journalist Tess Vigeland. Tess wowed the crowd at WDS in Portland, Oregon last summer with her keynote speech "What the Hell Are You Doing?! A Serious Stare Down the Barrel of an Ordinary Life", her vulnerable and real-life tale of giving up a sure thing for the chance to pursue a dream! We learned more about Tess' journey, what happened immediately after her speech, and how her brave talk about "figuring out Act Four" has already inspired so many!
     
    About: Tess Vigeland is a veteran journalist, and a well-known voice to millions of American radio listeners. She is the CEO of Tess Vigeland Productions, a Los Angeles-based multi-media company. She is currently writing her first book, about career transition, under contract with Random House.


    Until November 2012, Vigeland was the host of Marketplace Money, a weekly personal finance program that looks at why we do what we do with our money. She and her guests took calls from listeners to answer their most vexing money management questions, and helped explain what the latest business and financial news means to our wallets and bank accounts. Vigeland traveled the country for live stage shows of Marketplace and Marketplace Money.


    For her outstanding achievements in journalism, Vigeland has earned numerous awards from the Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists. She is a contributor to The New York Times and a volunteer fundraiser for the Pasadena Animal League and Pasadena Humane Society.
     
    For more info, visit: http://tessvigeland.com.

  • 02:00

    MISSION: I'MPOSSIBLE--Mission 18

    in Education

    MISSION I’M POSSIBLE 18


    The Future of Project Financing With Representatives of the White Dragon Society Here in Tarapoto


    This is a special show with our Very special Visitors.


    Representatives of The White Dragons gate are here with us in Peru.


    Does it get any bigger than this ? And you can play your part by submitting Questions.


    A  week long session of Private Interviews Projects discussions Take place with the WDS Gate team representatives.


    For security Reasons we have not included Photos of the guests due to personal requests from our visitors.


    We shall be here with them all week so we can ask questions you pose and let you know their answers.


    Peru was always going to be a special place for a group of individuals to get together and start living the new 5D lifestyle.


    The benefits of abundance are now clearer every day the more our team drop their 3D Realms and open the gates into their own freedom No matter how hard this all seems at first.


    Reforestation and cleaning Amazonian Rivers Plus projects that turn farming green and Village centers that return the wealth of the village to the residents are now on the map. A complete self sustainable Lifestyle reinvented From Inside the jungle itself.


    Peru is a self elevating Vortex, surrounded by Natural Medicine that is in it’s self – Sustainable. Now all we have to do is build self sustainable communities to match our surrounding and get back to Harmony with the Wild. We can and will live once more with our ancestors.


    VOSSA'S QUANTUM FUNDING MODEL AT LINK BELOW:


    https://www.dropbox.com/s/xp4ajjlvsp2ok0n/Vossa%20Quantum%20Funding%20Model.pdf

  • 00:55

    Radio Enso #132 with author and web pioneer Debbie Weil on Gap Year After Sixty

    in Lifestyle

    Join me Monday, June 30th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso. My guest will be author, book coach, publisher, and Web pioneer Debbie Weil. Debbie joins me to discuss reinventing yourself at any age, her talk at WDS in Portland last summer, and her site Gap Year After Sixty, where she and her husband Sam Harrington are chronicling “what it means to take a Gap Year at age 62 – forty years after we were supposed to take time out before starting real life”.  


    About: Debbie Weil is an international speaker, marketing strategist and Web pioneer. She is the founder and CEO of Voxie Media - Big Ideas. Short Books™ - a boutique publishing company that offers writing programs and publishing services for visionary business authors. She was named one of the Most Influential Women in Technology by Fast Company and a D.C. Top 100 Tech Titan by Washingtonian Magazine. She is the author of The Corporate Blogging Book, one of the first and most definitive books about business blogging.


    Prior to founding Voxie Media, Debbie worked with Fortune 500 clients including GlaxoSmithKline and HP on content marketing and social media marketing.


    For more information, visit http://voxiemedia.com or http://gapyearaftersixty.com/.

  • 01:01

    Radio Enso Post-WDS Roundtable w/Agin, Amorim, Bruny, Sutton

    in Dreams

    Join me Monday, July 16th at 6 p.m. PDT/9 EDT on Radio Enso. I just returned from the amazing World Domination Summit in Portland, which was the inspiration for starting Radio Enso, and it was another life-affirming experience.
    Whether you attended WDS or not, you’ve likely been been to a conference or workshop that got you fired up and ready to make changes in your life or the world around you. But THEN what do you do? What are some tips and strategies?   In a special round-table discussion Nathan Agin of Nonstop Awesomeness, Sandi Amorim of Deva Coaching, Mike "Ambassador" Bruny, and Brandon Sutton will address a wide-range of questions, including: Why go to a conference like WDS? Why not just read a book or watch videos with the speakers? Everyone is so excited in advance; are those expectations realistic? Is the conference buzz “real”? I’m fired up & want to change the world, NOW what? The value of adequate reflection and soak time, post-conference or workshop. Goal setting, both short and long-term, after a conference or workshop. Tools/techniques for moving forward in your life with things that you want to change. Making sure that you realize that you can’t change everything all once. ONE step at a time! The importance of staying connected with the people you meet and how?

  • 01:01

    Radio Enso Past Favorites with Nancy Duarte: changing the world with stories

    in Lifestyle

    Join me Monday, November 25th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern for a Past Favorites episode from the Radio Enso archive. We'll be re-airing a great conversation I had last summer with Nancy Duarte, who joined us to talk about how stories can change the world! Nancy wowed the audience at WDS 2013 in Portland with her keynote on resonance and how effective communication is constructed. 
     
    About: Nancy Duarte is a communication expert who has been featured in Fortune, Forbes, Fast Company, Wired, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Economist, LA Times and on CNN. Her firm, Duarte, Inc., is the global leader behind some of the most influential visual messages in business and culture and has created more than a quarter of a million presentations. As a persuasion specialist, she cracked the code for effectively incorporating story patterns into business communications. Resonate, her latest book, spent nearly a year on Amazon’s top 100 business book bestsellers list. 
     
    Duarte, Inc. is the largest design firm in Silicon Valley, as well as the 5th largest woman-owned employer. Nancy has won several prestigious awards for communications and entrepreneurship. She has been a speaker at a number of Fortune 500 companies. She also speaks at business schools and teaches classes at Stanford University several times a year. 
     
    Nancy has 20 years of experience working with global companies and thought leaders, and she has influenced how the world perceives some of the most important brands and entities, including Apple, Cisco, Facebook, GE, Google, HP, TED, Twitter, and the World Bank. 
     
    For more information about Nancy, visit: http://www.duarte.com/.

  • 00:58

    William David Spencer,"Name In The Papers"

    in Books

    This is a story about community and grace. Although it’s a gritty urban adventure, I call it my “Spring story.” It’s about a young student of religion who backs into serving a little city church. He, along with all the characters, start out on their own in a series of linked short stories swiftly connecting them all up. All these diverse people form into a community and together have a big adventure in the novelette that is the second part of the book. In the midst of all this linking up of everybody meeting everybody else, heaven is at work and our astonished hero meets Jesus, as everything abstract in his life comes butting up against reality.Born and reared in urban central New Jersey, his life was changed by two events; his encounter with Jesus through Inter-Varsity Christian Fellowship after a thought-provoking hospitalization in the summer between his final year in high school and first year in college, due to cutting too much weight as co-captain of his high school wrestling team; and the impact of a riot in his birth city, Plainfield, N.J., during the racial upheavals in the late 1960s. The second event propelled him into a lifetime of urban ministry taking the healing message he’d learned from the first event to the streets of Plainfield, then to Newark, Philadelphia, back to Newark/New York/Jersey City, Trenton, Louisville, Kentucky, and today to Boston, where he trains ministers, as professor of theology and the arts, with Gordon-Conwell Theological Seminary’s Center for Urban Ministerial Education. WDS earned a B.S. in English Education from Rutgers University, New Brunswick, NJ, a Master of Divinity and Master of Theology from Princeton Theological Seminary, and a Doctor of Theology degree from Boston University School of Theology (his dissertation became his book Mysterium and Mystery on fictional clergy solving mysteries).

  • 01:01

    Radio Enso #92 with Nancy Duarte

    in Lifestyle

    Join me Monday, August 5th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso. My guest will be Nancy Duarte, who joins us to talk about how stories can change the world! Nancy wowed the audience at the recent WDS in Portland with her keynote on resonance and how effective communication is constructed.    About: Nancy Duarte is a communication expert who has been featured in Fortune, Forbes, Fast Company, Wired, Wall Street Journal, New York Times, The Economist, LA Times and on CNN. Her firm, Duarte, Inc., is the global leader behind some of the most influential visual messages in business and culture and has created more than a quarter of a million presentations. As a persuasion specialist, she cracked the code for effectively incorporating story patterns into business communications. Resonate, her latest book, spent nearly a year on Amazon’s top 100 business book bestsellers list.    Duarte, Inc. is the largest design firm in Silicon Valley, as well as the 5th largest woman-owned employer. Nancy has won several prestigious awards for communications and entrepreneurship. She has been a speaker at a number of Fortune 500 companies. She also speaks at business schools and teaches classes at Stanford University several times a year.    Nancy has 20 years of experience working with global companies and thought leaders, and she has influenced how the world perceives some of the most important brands and entities, including Apple, Cisco, Facebook, GE, Google, HP, TED, Twitter, and the World Bank.    For more information about Nancy, visit: http://www.duarte.com/.

  • 01:01

    Radio Enso #90 with Tess Vigeland

    in Lifestyle

    Join me Monday, July 22nd at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern for a very special Radio Enso. My guest will be veteran radio host and journalist Tess Vigeland, who recently wowed the crowd at WDS in Portland, Oregon with her keynote speech "What the Hell Are You Doing?! A Serious Stare Down the Barrel of an Ordinary Life", her vulnerable and real-life tale of giving up a sure thing for the chance to pursue a dream!   We'll learn more about Tess' journey, what's happened since her speech, and how her brave talk about "figuring out Act Four" has already inspired so many!   About: Tess Vigeland is a veteran journalist and well-known voice to millions of American radio listeners. She is the CEO of Tess Vigeland Productions, a Los Angeles-based multi-media company.   Until November 2012, Vigeland was the host of Marketplace Money, a weekly personal finance program that looks at why we do what we do with our money. She joined Marketplace in September 2001 as a host of Marketplace Morning Report. Prior to that, Vigeland reported and anchored for Oregon Public Broadcasting and she co-hosted Seven Days on OPB television.   For her outstanding achievements in journalism, Vigeland has earned numerous awards from the Associated Press and Society of Professional Journalists. She is a contributor toThe New York Times and a volunteer fundraiser for the Pasadena Animal League and Pasadena Humane Society. In her free time, she studies at the Pasadena Conservatory of Music.   For more info, visit: http://tessvigeland.com.

  • 01:01

    Radio Enso Past Favorites with Chris Guillebeau

    in Dreams

    I’m away at WDS this week, so join me Monday, July 8th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern for a Radio Enso Past Favorites episode from 2012. My guest was writer, world traveler, entrepreneur, and lifelong learner Chris Guillebeau, whose work and community inspired me to start Radio Enso. Chris joined me to celebrate Radio Enso’s 50th episode!    In this inspiring, hour-long conversation, we talked about: Chris’ goal of visiting every country on earth and how he plans to finish in 2013. His new book, The $100 Startup, and the microbusiness revolution. The Art of Non-Conformity website and book and how it all began. The World Domination Summit & power of a small army of remarkable people. Empire Building, Travel Hacking, Unconventional Guides, and other tools. What was The $100 Investment at WDS 2012 and why do it? The importance of giving back and leaving a legacy with your life. Much, much more!   About: Chris Guillebeau is a writer, entrepreneur, and traveler. During a lifetime of self-employment and ventures ranging from online publishing to volunteer work in West Africa, he has visited nearly every country on earth before the age of 35.   Host of the World Domination Summit, an international gathering of creative people, Chris is focused on encouraging individual quests while also “giving back.” His main website, ChrisGuillebeau.com, is visited by more than 300,000 people a month.   For more info, visit http://chrisguillebeau.com/.

  • 01:01

    Radio Enso #88 with Beverley Golden and Karen Talavera

    in Lifestyle

    Join me Monday, July 1st at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso. My guests will be Huffington Post bloggers Karen Talavera, founder of The Accidental Seeker and writer Beverley Golden, author of the forthcoming book “Confessions of a Middle-Aged Hippie” who will join me for Accidental Seekers, Hippies and Spirituality Seekers Unite!, a preview of an upcoming meetup at WDS in Portland.   Are you a spiritual seeker, hippie or traveler – accidental or otherwise – interested in co-creating a more conscious Earth and determined to live purposefully and wholeheartedly day-to-day?    About: For eons, spirituality has been the missing 4th dimension of humanity, but the truth is we are every bit as much spiritual beings as we are physical, emotional and intellectual beings. Although humanity has suppressed its essential essence (or coated it in the veneer of religion) for generations, a new period of global awakening and conscious evolution is upon us, and each of us has an important part to play in it.    We’ll explore what *conscious wholeness* means in the modern world, how to come out of the “spirituality closet” without sounding either woo woo or preachy OR being ridiculed, and how to incorporate spiritual/seeker values into your everyday life.   For more about Beverley, visit http://www.beverleygolden.com. For more about Karen, visit http://accidentalseeker.com.

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