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Cut Through the Noise with Dave Turano

Nov 23, 2021

Divisive content is all around us. In our history, in our social media, and in our news, we see stories that highlight our differences and polarize us as humans. 

Today, we speak with John Noltner, photographer and storyteller, who has for years been on a mission to find what connects us. Shortly after the election...

Nov 16, 2021

Many of us know how to fill our time. But are we filling it with quality pursuits? 

In this episode, we sit down with Chris Bond. Chris was in his forties when he learned that he had a heart condition that required surgery. During a sedentary, humbling recovery, Chris had to re-evaluate where he was devoting his energy....

Nov 9, 2021

Sometimes, you have to obstruct the system to achieve justice. 

Today, we’re joined by Janice S. Lintz, Founder and CEO of Hearing Access & Innovations. When her daughter was diagnosed with hearing loss before the age of three, Janice joined the legal fight to ensure that her daughter had access to learning...

Nov 2, 2021

After decades as a surgeon, Dr. Michelle Gordon realized that her job was making her suffer. She was also going through menopause, and she began redirecting her efforts to helping women use science-backed strategies to understand their bodies and minimize their suffering. 

People suffer in all kinds of ways. Ailments,...

Oct 26, 2021

The definition of success changes based on who you ask. Today, we hear from Dr. Ruth Gotian, coach, educator, and author, who studied extreme high-achievers, from Nobel Prize-winners to Olympians, for the commonalities that make them thrive.

Dr. Gotian found that no matter their field, all high-achievers prioritize...