Scott Harrison is a former nightclub promoter turned Founder & CEO of Charity Water, one of the most revolutionary nonprofits in business today.
Scott is a wealth of insight and inspiration as he shares with us how he went from living on the
Have you ever had the thought that life would be so much easier if not for the people?
That’s because some people are toxic.
You may have toxic people in your life, you may not, and you may actually be one for someone else…
In this episode,
Carrie is a mother of three who somehow finds ways to consistently publish critically acclaimed, young-adult novels.
Her third book Crazy, Messy, Beautiful recently launched on February 7th and tells the story of a hopelessly romantic young a
Quitters never win…or do they?
Quitting is one of the most essential ingredients to finding your true self and the life you were made for.
Personally, I’ve quit tons of things.
High paying clients.
Science & Doubt.
Two things that many people see as completely contrary to finding God. However, my guest on this episode could not disagree more. Mike McHargue, more widely known as “Science Mike,” has found his deepest sense of spiritual enl
Talking to God is something almost EVERYONE does. My friend Adam adventured into the unknown and wrote THE book on how we talk to God. In this episode, I get to grill Adam about how exactly we should pray, wether or not God hears us, and if He
49 States, 21 Countries. This has been the work of my nomadic heart.
In my travels, I’ve learned countless lessons about life, culture, creativity and ultimately, what it means to come home.
For me, Travel isn’t about escaping and leaving it
Most adventures begin with one. Odds are you’ll be on one at some point in your life.
Some of us even fly over hundreds of thousands of miles a year for work.
But HOW do you fly?
That is the question!
It may seem bizarrely irrel
This episode is about YOU.
Listening to this podcast is an agreement…an agreement that you are ready and willing to finally tackle those pesky areas of your life that you know need to change.
It can be something simple, something complex, so
These may seem like opposing holiday traditions, but they are rooted in the same hope:
That we may find a light in the darkness.
In this episode, I bring my Rabbi with me once again to discuss how an understanding of Jewi
How would you finish this sentence? Relationships are _________.
How about an art?
In this episode, my wife Sueann and I use our relationships & past experiences as a springboard for conversation a
Ever get writers block?
Ever wonder how to get that idea out of you?
My goal with this episode is to help you get UNSTUCK creatively.
We live in a creativity economy.
Robots and drones are making 'tasks' done by humans a thing of the past.
Last week we began the journey of writing our life story. In this episode, I do a quick recap of what we covered and follow up with three people who were impacted in various ways by these three steps:
1). Write Your Table of Contents - Create
What is happening in your life right now?
Are you actively writing it or is it happening to you? Many of us are unaware of our power to write chapters of our lives.
You have more power than you think.
You have everything you need.
In this ep
One of the perks of being on tour with CAST Centers is the opportunity to interact with influencers who have transformed their pain into something beautiful and helpful for those still suffering from trauma. In this episode, I sit down with ska
Brad Lomenick builds platforms for other people to stand on. His leadership style is powerful, unique and rooted in humility. In this interview, we provide insight on some of the hardest questions regarding leadership:
What’s the roadmap to le
Who do you really want to be? What is standing in the way? Why are so many of us plagued by self-sabotage?
I brought these questions to a live audience and we practiced what it means to be the “me I want to Be.” Many of you know exactly what y
Mike Foster and I go deep into what it means to help those who are broken, hurting & searching for healing. Mike founded “People of the Second Chance” - a community of support & guidance for those who need to be reminded that their failures are
In this episode, I interview my Rabbi all about the historical view & his appreciation of the ripple effect of Jesus’ life in the world today. He explained some historical frameworks and backstory that I have never heard before.
In this episode, I asked my Rabbi 20ish rapid fire questions about everything from the differences between major world religions to the Jewish perspective on race relations, and how to embrace our spiritual lives.
This episode is for you if:
In this special episode of Typically Hazardous, I brought my friends Rabbi Shreibman & Poet IN-Q. We each had 15 minutes on: How To Heal The World.
-How to deal with social injustice through inner transformation
In this episode, I interview the world class psychologist, Dr. Robert Maurer. He is a published author, scholar and expert in the field of neurobehavior.
In our hour together, we talk about:
- Stress, as we know it, does not exist in the brai
Together, as a pastor, poet, painter & pianist, my group of friends and I explored the sometimes painful reality and often joyful adventure of friendship.
We recorded this talk live at the Bootleg Theater in Los Angeles.
Listen in, as we ex
In the second half of my conversation with Natalie, we talked about being a black woman in America.
Her perspective is important for everyone hoping to create a diverse world filled with equality & opportunity for all people.
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