Hope Radio Podcast

Shawn and Jennifer Davis

The Hope Radio Podcast is dedicated to fostering hope in others through stories, profiles and interviews of people that have overcome adversity in their lives.

HOPE is the belief that your future can be brighter and better than your current circumstances would indicate.

All Episodes

#114 Beate Chalette is a force to be reckoned with in life. As an 8 time disaster survivor she has been through all of the following: riots, fires, floods, earthquake, death, 9/11, a lawsuit, a tsunami and now a global pandemic. Beate Chalette is a Growth Architect and founder of The Women's Code. Her story is the story of resilience. She is a woman who just would not give up! Her story culminates from a single mom immigrant who was $135K in debt to selling her business to Bill Gates for millions. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Beate to discuss her life and her current mission to help other female entrepreneurs rise! She is a perfect example of being a "Hope Dealer" for others through sharing her incredible life story!

Nov 12

59 min 47 sec

#113 Callie Brown will be the first person to tell you that she has had a challenging life. Growing up in poverty, she was looking for any way out that she could find to create and life a better life. She ended up marrying the first guy that she felt could help her rise out of her circumstances. He ended up moving her out of the country and essentially holding her hostage in their tiny apartment by locking the door each day from the outside as he would go to work in the military. She ended up escaping that toxic relationship to only end up in another precarious marriage. However, it was her marriage to a “grandiose narcissist” that was her most challenging relationship yet! Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Callie Brown to talk about her life and how she has found happiness and LOVE after 3 failed marriages. Positive, encouraging and full of hard life lessons, Callie is a pleasure to interview and just a damn good human. This is a must listen to episode of the Hope Radio Podcast…especially if you have had challenging relationship yourself!

Sep 29

1 hr 19 min

#112 Shane Charles is no stranger to adversity. He has been through an incredible amount of challenge and turmoil in his life. The biggest challenge that he has faced is dealing with his narcolepsy. Narcolepsy is defined as a chronic sleep disorder that causes overwhelming daytime drowsiness. The cause of narcolepsy isn't well understood but may involve genetic factors and abnormal signaling in the brain. Imagine being at school and suddenly falling asleep! Imagine being at work and being fired for falling asleep. Imagine driving and almost wrecking your car because you fall asleep. Please join Shawn and Jen in the latest episode of the Hope Radio Podcast as they sit down and talk with Shane Charles about his life. He is positive and encouraging despite being afflicted with this incurable condition. Get ready for some hope and gratitude as you listen to him share about his life!

Sep 29

1 hr 15 min

#111 Kicked, Beaten and Abused - Kayla Hodges turned pain into PURPOSE and AMBITION! by Shawn and Jennifer Davis

Sep 14

59 min 33 sec

#110 Samantha Foster has lived in fear and torment for most of her life at the hands of abusive men. It first began when she was 3 years old living with a what she calls a "narcissistic sociopath" step-father. He sexually abused, raped and tortured her mother. He tortured, abused and molested her and her siblings. He would hang her and her family members up by their hands and arms on the back porch and then proceed to whip and beat them. He threatened to cut off her ears or nose while holding a knife to her face. As she describes the scene...it sounds like a living hell that she called daily life. At the age of 18, Samantha was finally able to run away from this demented step-father but the cycle of abuse only continued with other men. You see, when you know nothing else by abuse it is the only "familiar" life you know...especially when you were not taught any social or adult life skills. In her late 40's, Samantha was in an abusive relationship with a man that said that he was going to kill her. He had tied her up and then went to go grab his knife in the other room. She was ready to die. She imagined the knife piercing her skin, going through her body and into her heart. In her mind, it would finally be over. The torment, the torture, the abuse would all be over and she was ready. In a moment...everything changed. Her life has never been the same since that day and she recounts the story with Shawn and Jen in this powerful and unforgettable episode of the Hope Radio Podcast. You will hear how Samantha survived that fateful day and how she turned her pain and torture into a mission to help others. This is a must listen to episode of the Hope Radio Podcast!

Aug 30

1 hr 6 min

#109 After going through a 7 year long divorce, Deanna Freeman was relieved that her kids had a male figure in their lives to help them navigate their teenage years. He was always willing to help and spent a lot of time pouring into her son and daughter. What was actually happening is that her brother-in-law was grooming her kids for taking drugs and ultimately the molestation of her 13 year old daughter. In this riveting and powerful episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen talk with Deanna about what happened to her and her kids and ultimately how she has used what happened to formulate a mission to make sure that others do not suffer the way her and her kids have suffered. You will learn how she used the Oola Lifestyle Framework to find gratitude and forgiveness in her life after such horrifying trauma. She will also share how she is striving to become a 6 figure giver to charities or non-profits that provide trauma counseling for families that have been the victims of sexual abuse! This is a powerful episode of the Hope Radio Podcast that you will not want to miss!

Aug 20

1 hr 3 min

#108 Jason Breska will be the first person to admit that he grew up in a very rough environment. He grew up in unimaginable poverty often roaming the streets of Brooklyn as a young boy. As he tells it, you either became part of a gang or you found a way out through sports. Jason's first choice was to get involved with sports. In his neighborhood there was a place called Shorefront that had a gymnasium where the local kids all congregated to play basketball. One of the employees of Shorefront used to leave the side door open for kids that didn't have the money to pay to use the facility. Outside looking in, this person was helping the less fortunate kids in the neighborhood. However, there was something far more sinister at play and this "helpful benefactor" was actually farming kids to feed to a local predator. In the neighborhood, he was known by the kids as the Boogieman of Brighton Beach. He was a child predator... Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down to talk with Jason Breska about his experience with the Boogieman of Brighton Beach. Jason is now on a mission to hold those responsible for the evil that was perpetrated upon him accountable! In this riveting episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, you will hear first hand what happened to Jason and how he is fighting to make sure that nothing like what happened to him ever happens again.

Jul 20

1 hr 4 min

#107 Jeff Culley was standing about 800 feet above the middle fork of the American River. He was on the Foresthill Bridge. He couldn't believe how at peace he was with the moment. All he had to do was let go and in about 9 seconds, every ounce of pain and remorse that he was feeling would be gone. The Foresthill Bridge is the tallest bridge in California. It is the third tallest bridge in the United States. It also has the unfortunate honor of being a bridge that people use to end their lives. Jeff Culley was about to be another person that used the bridge to end his life. However, God had different plans for Jeff. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Jeff Culley to talk about his life and the moment he almost ended it all. This is a story of God's love and God's divine providence. Jeff almost took his life on May 7th. How could he ever know that a person that would be one of the loves of his life would be sitting in a car on that bridge...stuck in the trafffic that would not move because Jeff was hanging on the edge about to jump. They had not met yet...but they soon would! This is a must listen to episode of the HOPE RADIO PODCAST! God is so good!!!!

May 7

1 hr 2 min

#106 The Hope Radio Podcast was started to give hope to the hopeless. Our original thought was that if we could bring people on to share their life stories of overcoming significant challenges or adversity, those stories would be a lamp post of HOPE for others. Our HOPE was that people would listen and then think...if Jane Smith was able to make it through what she went through...maybe I can make it through what I am dealing with now! MISTIE LAYNE's story could not be a better example of our mission. Her story is INCREDIBLE. Maybe it is her southern charm. Maybe it is the fact that she has overcome some of the most significant challenges that we have heard from a guest yet. Maybe it was God showing up and showing out in her life. If you need HOPE NOW, this is a must listen to episode of the Hope Radio Podcast! It will be difficult to stay hopeless if you listen to the unbelievable story that Mistie shares. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Mistie to discuss her life and how God redeemed her after she accidentally took the life of an innocent person in drug deal gone wrong.

May 6

1 hr 2 min

#105 Sometimes the smallest most inconsequential decisions we make have life changing consequences! Dr. Amanda Eller had just planned to do a quick trail run in Maui’s Makawao Forest Reserve like she had done many times in her past. She left her phone, keys and water with her vehicle and took off into the jungle trails fully expecting to be back shortly. Life had other plans for Amanda that day. That run on May 8th, 2019...changed her life forever! In this episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen talk with Amanda about her experience of being LOST, alone and injured in that Maui jungle for 17 days. How did she survive? What did she eat? How did she get lost? What was the experience like and how did it transform her? ALL of your QUESTIONS will be answered in this riveting episode of the podcast. This will be a two part episode of the Hope Radio Podcast. In the first episode we set the stage for what happened to Amanda and how it happened. Part 2 will be how the journey and her experience changed her, shifter her and made her a new person! THIS IS A MUST LISTEN Episode of the HOPE RADIO PODCAST! We are so grateful to Dr. Amanda Eller for sharing her story with us. If you want to connect with her, you can do so on Instagram @amandaeller and Facebook @amandaellerpt!

Mar 17

58 min 37 sec

#105 Sometimes the smallest most inconsequential decisions we make have life changing consequences! Dr. Amanda Eller had just planned to do a quick trail run in Maui’s Makawao Forest Reserve like she had done many times in her past. She left her phone, keys and water with her vehicle and took off into the jungle trails fully expecting to be back shortly. Life had other plans for Amanda that day. That run on May 8th, 2019...changed her life forever! In this episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen talk with Amanda about her experience of being LOST, alone and injured in that Maui jungle for 17 days. How did she survive? What did she eat? How did she get lost? What was the experience like and how did it transform her? ALL of your QUESTIONS will be answered in this riveting episode of the podcast. This will be a two part episode of the Hope Radio Podcast. In the first episode we set the stage for what happened to Amanda and how it happened. Part 2 will be how the journey and her experience changed her, shifter her and made her a new person! THIS IS A MUST LISTEN Episode of the HOPE RADIO PODCAST! We are so grateful to Dr. Amanda Eller for sharing her story with us. If you want to connect with her, you can do so on Instagram @amandaeller and Facebook @amandaellerpt!

Mar 16

55 min 26 sec

Rhett Seevers was born on February 7, 1997. His proud parents, Beth and Randy Seevers brought home their bundle of joy to join their family of four. At four months, they were devastated by the news that their little boy had severe cerebral palsy and would face a life full of challenges. They dove in headfirst and learned all they could about his disabilities. On March 13, 2004, after 7 years of full-time care, love, and devotion, Rhett passed away at home unexpectedly with his family by his side. In the spring of 2005, as the anniversary of Rhett’s death approached, a friend of Beth’s introduced her to running. She learned of the 1st annual Shamrock’n ½ marathon. It was ironically being held on the first anniversary of Rhett’s passing. Completing the run was such an inspiration to Beth. The following year, she asked that her friends and family join her. Join her they did; 35 additional friends and family donned the first baby blue running shirts that year. In the spring of 2007, with the addition of an organized training group, over 125 people participated in the race. On December 7, 2007, the “Runnin’ for Rhett Non-Profit” was founded. The organization has now inspired 1000’s of youth and adults in the Sacramento area. In Rhett’s short life, he inspired many people with his infectious smile and will to live, but with his challenges, he could not walk, run or jump – no matter how hard he tried. After Rhett’s death, Beth and Randy dedicated their memory of Rhett to utilizing FITNESS and MOVING to help others do what Rhett wanted to do so badly but couldn’t. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down and talk with Beth and Randy Seevers about Rhett, their charity "Runnin for Rhett" and how it has given them HOPE out of the ashes of their tragic loss. This is a must listen to episode of the HOPE RADIO PODCAST!

Mar 15

56 min 50 sec

#103 Imagine living and working in multiple different countries all alone! No family. No support network. Imagine not fully understanding the culture or the language AT ALL!! How would you feel? How do you make friends and set up a support system? Tamara Von Dohren is a person that embraces change. She enjoys the challenges of figuring out how to do life in a country that is not her own. She will be the first to tell you that it has made her stronger and more resilient. It has taught her how to be persistent and rely on research and her own strength to figure things out and overcome! Please join Shawn and Jen as they talk with Tamara about her life, her childhood and her life lessons learned traveling and working throughout the world. She currently is living in Japan and she has some very interesting experiences that she shares about life, work and the culture of Japan. Sometimes you have to EMBRACE CHANGE to grow and live life more fully! You won't want to miss this show!

Jan 18

58 min 37 sec

#102 The Seed of Hope Foundation was initially started by Jacqueline Barnes but has since been entrusted in the caring hands of her daughter, Gwendolyn Young. The foundation was created to empower young women to fulfill their God given gifts and talents. There are too many young women in situations where they feel alone and isolated with little hope of rising above their present circumstances. Gwendolyn and Jacqualine want to make sure these young women know their worth and have the skills, abilities and HOPE to change their lives for the better. Emotional intelligence as a life skill is positively connected to a teenage girl's ability to develop a healthy self-perception, healthy relationships, and cope with challenging life situations. By providing life skill programs that create a safe environment, teenage girls can develop critical skill sets in communication, decision making, and goals to combat destructive behaviors. By strengthening their self-esteem and building emotional intelligence, Jacqualine and Gwendolyn believe their organization is providing their girls with the fertile soil in which to grow other aspects of their lives. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with the founders of the Seed of Hope Foundation to discuss changing the lives of young women. This is a powerful episode for any young woman to hear and absorb. You won't want to miss it!

Jan 13

58 min 49 sec

#101 Cindy Buchanon describes the feeling in an alarming context...she literally felt like she was dying. They started in her teens and they hit her like a freight train out of nowhere! At first, the panic attacks were fairly infrequent but then they became more and more frequent to the point where she did not want to leave her house. Then, DEPRESSION got hold of her and almost made her life unbearable. She wondered if this was going to be what she suffered for the rest of her life. Cindy Buchanan's story is a story of HOPE. She overcame her anxiety and panic attacks with the help of counseling, meditation and yoga. In this fascinating episode of the @hoperadiopodcast, Shawn and Jen talk with Cindy about her life and her victory over the nemesis of anxiety and panic attacks. If you know of anyone suffering from panic attacks, this is a must listen to episode. You too can take HOPE that panic attacks don't have to hold your life hostage forever.

Jan 12

57 min 30 sec

#100 Hazel Ross is a woman on a mission to help pastors in need. Who encourages the encouragers? Hazel does! Hazel founded True Hope Counseling to come alongside pastors throughout the country that need help through professional counseling. Pastors are the front lines of emotional support for their congregations but they often find themselves spent and in need of support themselves. This is where Hazel has felt lead by God to lead the next chapter of her life! Please join Shawn and Jen in this wonderful 100th episode of the Hope Radio Podcast as they talk with Hazel about her life, her calling and her mission. Shawn and Jen are big proponents of mental health awareness and the benefits of counseling. Counseling can be a best friend to those in need. Hazel shares some incredible nuggets of HOPE in this episode that everyone should hear. If you have ever considered counseling, then please listen to this show!

Jan 11

1 hr 2 min

#99 Phil Holland was in his early 20's when he had a job delivering pizza's in Philadelphia. It wasn't even his turn to deliver that night but a fellow employee didn't care to do a delivery so close to closing so Phil decided he would take it. The order came it at 10:45PM and the pizza business closed at 11PM. Phil made the delivery and he had just gotten into his car when his life changed forever. Phil had no idea that police were looking for an armed black man that had been in the area of his delivery although he knew the area was a rough area for gang violence. The man they were looking for was almost a foot taller than Phil but that isn't obvious when you are sitting in your car. He also had no idea that the two men that were approaching his car in plain clothes were cops. Phil thought he was about to get robbed... All to frequently we are hearing of innocent unarmed black men being killed by police. This is Phil Holland's real life story of being innocent and shot mistakingly by police. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Phil and talk about what happened to him and more importantly what he wants everyone to know about his story and his mission. There is an active discussion about police violence and the Black Lives Matter movement. This is a powerful episode that helps to tell the other side of the story through someone that has lived it. Don't miss this episode of the Hope Radio Podcast!

Jan 6

1 hr 8 min

#98 The decision to have an abortion is never an easy decision. For some women it can have a tremendous negative effect on the quality of their faith, emotional health and wellbeing. Some women suffer in silence wrestling with lifelong guilt and remorse over their decision. Many women take their "secret" to the grave never having told anyone. Women are not the only one's to suffer...many men can also suffer over the mutual decision to terminate a pregnancy. In this extremely POWERFUL episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen sit down with Melodie Ann Streety to hear her story. Raw, real and RIVITING...Melodie will share her story about having a great childhood but losing her way in her early 20's. She just wanted to fit in and have fun and do what other young people were doing. She didn't realize how a few decisions could shape the trajectory of her life forever. Melodie will share that through God's love and healing, she has been able to find PEACE, HOPE and REDEMPTION. She is no longer held captive by guilt and she has used her experience to come alongside other young women considering an abortion. God put ISAIAH 54 on her spirit and she has used his whispers to move forward with her calling. This is a must listen to message for any person suffering with the guilt of an abortion. We want to thank Melodie for her COURAGE, her TRUTH and her VULNERABILITY. Publicly sharing her story is one of the most courageous stories that we have ever heard!

Jan 5

1 hr 3 min

#97 Rebecca Hampton knew as soon as she saw the facebook post that she had to do something to help. It was that still small voice whispering in her spirit that she should see if she was a potential kidney donor for this family in need. It seemed like a remote chance that she would actually have to donate given all the tests and conditions that she would have to pass to be eligible. Then....the tests came back and she was a match!!! Now the real test of her faith, strength and resolve began! In this episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen sit down to talk with Rebecca Hampton about organ donation. This is a fascinating discussion with Rebecca about all of the good and bad about her experience saving the life of someone else! Did you know that kidneys donated from deceased individuals are generally less viable than living donor organ donation? What do you do when your family doesn't agree with your decision to donate? What are the risks? How will you feel after surgery? It is hard to imagine a more selfless and HOPE GIVING act than living organ donation to a stranger. If you have ever felt a tug to donate or know of anyone considering organ donation, this is a must listen podcast!

Jan 4

43 min 46 sec

#96 Let's all agree that Mom's have a difficult job. Toss in a pandemic and all the chaos that it brings and it would be difficult to find a more challenging job on the planet than being a Mom. Our next guest on the Hope Radio Podcast knows a lot about Mom's and the struggles they go through on a daily basis. In today's episode, Shawn and Jen sit down with Dr. Delene Musielak to discuss her life and her thoughts on how the pandemic has effected moms across the country! Dr. Delene Musielak feels very blessed for multiple reasons, but especially for her amazing husband and triplets (a.k.a. The Tripsies). Luke, Ethan and Alina have added to the excitement in her life. “When you find out you’re having a child, much less multiples, the joy that fills you is unexplainable. Matthew and I were praying for twins and got triplets. God threw in an extra blessing for us!” As a full time physician, super mom of triplets, wife, author and entrepreneur, Dr. Musielak has somehow managed to find time to start her own show, The Dr. Mom Show, in addition to pursuing her dream of writing. “My number one priority is to share the love of Christ. I’ve only made it this far because of Him. I pray that others will be encouraged by my life and experiences. I want to be a history maker, but I want to do so by sharing His legacy.” ‘“For I know the plans I have for you,” declares the LORD, “plans to prosper you and not to harm you, plans to give you hope and a future”’ (Jeremiah 29:11). Feel free to connect with Dr. Musielak at www.drdelenemusielak.com.

Dec 2020

1 hr 1 min

#95 It has been over a decade now since that fateful day that Ana Garcia received the news of an aggressive form of T-cell lymphoma was the cause of her excruciating joint pain. It was devastating news. The doctors shared with her that the chance of survival for her was about 3%. With a three year old daughter at home, Ana decided that she was going to fight this diagnosis both physically and spiritually. She had a three year old daughter at home that needed her and she wanted to LIVE. Ana will tell you that she clung to her faith and rested on ISAIAH 53:5 ...by his stripes we are healed! (KJV). Please join Shawn and Jen as they discuss the importance of FAITH and HOPE when it seems like all hope is lost. Ana's story should be a lamp post of FAITH and HOPE for anyone dealing with a terminal diagnosis! It isn't over until it is over!

Dec 2020

56 min 51 sec

#94 Brian Wagner is no stranger to life changing surprises. On March 4, 2011 Brian woke up blind and in total darkness due to a genetic defect that caused him to have physical blindness for six months. Days later he had brain surgery to try and regain his vision at a hospital in Phoenix, Arizona. During his time in darkness and in total reliance on others, Brian swore that if he could get his sight back he would help others that are struggling in their own way. While he stills deals with partial blindness, Brian keeps the promise that he made to help others. As he puts it, “I lost my sight and ended up with vision”. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down and talk with Brian about that fateful day in 2011 where his life changed forever and more importantly, the hope and VISION he gained from the experience. An inspirational speaker, Brian is also the author of the book “Sometimes It DOES Take a Brain Surgeon” and CEO of A Radical Vision. You can connect with Brian at www.aradicalvision.com.

Dec 2020

58 min 2 sec

#93 Jon Saxx will tell you that his job with Johnson & Johnson had been a dream of his since he was a young boy. He had worked diligently to get an education, then a degree then the dream job. However, sometimes life throws you a curve ball and things get turned upside down. Jon eventually found himself in a position where the job that he had worked so hard to acquire was terminated and he was left with a choice...do what is commonplace and find another similar job or follow his passion of playing the saxophone and do something extraordinary. He decided to follow the extraordinary path and it has made all the difference in his life! Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Jon Saxx to discuss his life, his passions and ultimately his calling to follow his dream of music. There is no shortage of challenges and surprises in 2020. Sometimes you can lose what is safe and familiar and in doing so...find your purpose in life!!! You can connect with Jon at www.jonsaxx.com.

Dec 2020

59 min

#92 Linda Pacha is an attorney, public speaker, and the founder/president of Nick's Network of Hope, a suicide prevention and grief support nonprofit. Linda founded Nick's Network of HOPE after losing her son to suicide while he was at college in 2013. Please join Shawn and Jen as they talk with Linda about Nick's life, his suicide and her efforts with Nick's Network of HOPE to help others in need. This is a powerful podcast with great information about the warning signs of suicide and how to be vigilant with anyone struggling with life right now. Nick's Network of Hope is a mental health awareness, suicide prevention, and grief support 501(c)(3) nonprofit that provides resources, education, and support by public speaking engagements, webinars, donation of books, and the sponsoring of community events. Nick Pacha, the "Nick" in Nick's Network of Hope, died by suicide in 2013 at age nineteen while away at college. www.nicksnetworkofhope.org, is a comprehensive information portal that includes a "Learn" and a "Get Help" page for each of the following life challenges: depression/suicide awareness; anxiety; addiction and substance abuse; cutting and self-harm; LGBTQ issues; and eating disorders. It also includes articles, resources with links to national and local organizations, grief help after loss, and information about Linda's book, Saving Ourselves from Suicide—Before and After: How to Ask for Help Recognize Warning Signs, and Navigate Grief. This valuable book is a resource for people struggling in life or those grieving after loss—and anyone wanting to help them. It is available on Amazon and with other booksellers. All book sale net proceeds go toward suicide prevention. As part of our charity's mission, we are donating copies of our book on an annual basis to certain mental health professionals and facilities to distribute and/or use with their client-patients. All donations to Nick's Network of Hope are tax deductible. Please follow Nick's Network of Hope on Facebook and Twitter.

Dec 2020

1 hr 8 min

#91 Eddie Menacho is no stranger to adversity. He witnessed the bias of discrimination within health care as his father fought for his life and ultimately passed away. Within two months of his father's passing, Eddie was almost killed as he was attacked and stabbed by a group of gang members. Then, because of his wounds, he lost his lifelong dream of becoming a soccer pro. If you didn't know any better, you would assume that all of this happened in 2020 but it did not. Eddie will tell you that he had a really bad 6 month of life experiences some years ago. Life is what happens when we are busy making other plans. We have all had our fair share of surprises and adversity in 2020. This episode of the Hope Radio Podcast will remind you to never give up. Some of life's best days come on the heels of life's worst days. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Eddie to discuss his life, his past, and his current role of serving the homeless population in LA.

Dec 2020

1 hr 19 min

#90 Imagine a Cafe with a very tasty menu of food options but no prices?!?! Imagine if the owners of the cafe said..."Pay what you can and if you can't pay, the meal is on us!" On a flight from Austin, TX to Denver, CO, Brad and Libby Birky plotted out the foundation of SAME Café (So All May Eat) on the back of a cocktail napkin and on a page from the in-flight magazine. Both had devoted innumerable hours to soup kitchens and food banks, wanting to do their part in the fight against hunger. At the time, Libby was teaching and Brad was working at a computer company in addition to taking culinary classes. They wanted to combine all of their experiences into a place that offered amazing food, a commitment to service, and a place to broaden one’s view of the world. SAME Café was born and continues to grow and expand. The first day open was October 20, 2006. That was also the day that Libby zapped herself silly plugging in a fridge with wet hands. The two have learned a lot since that opening day. They were the second restaurant like this that they knew of in the country. The original restaurant is One World Café in Salt Lake City, UT. The founder of that restaurant, Denise Cerreta, was so gracious in helping Brad and Libby open a slightly different version of her pay-what-you-can café. Since then, there have been many other restaurants based on similar models popping up all over the country. Please join Shawn and Jen as they talk with Brad and Libby Birky about their incredible endeavor to make a difference in fighting hunger across the country. Especially now, especially in 2020...this is a message of HOPE for those without food! If you would like to connect with Brad and Libby, you can do so by going to www.oneworldeverybodyeats.org and www.soallmayeat.org.

Dec 2020

1 hr 2 min

A chance encounter and a card with two words on it has changed Cheryl Rice's life forever. It came at just the right time. Cheryl was struggling with the pressure and expectations of everyday life feeling a bit lost and overwhelmed. At just the right time, she met a stranger that ended up giving her a card with two simple words on it...YOU MATTER! There was no agenda, no ulterior motive...just compassion and a reminder that she mattered. She mattered just the way she was and where she was in life. It changed her life. Cheryl Rice is on a mission to make sure that everyone on the planet is reminded of the fact that they matter. You don't have to be perfect. You don't have to drive a fancy car, live in a big house or have a 6 figure salary to matter. YOU MATTER just the way that you are! Cheryl chance encounter fostered a mission to continue to give out YOU MATTER cards to anyone and everyone that she meets. It fostered the YOU MATTER MARATHON across the world. The YOU MATTER MARATHON (www.youmattermarathon.com) has nothing to do with running but it centers around giving out YOU MATTER cards to random strangers during the month of November. For the first time ever, the marathon has now been extended into December as well. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Cheryl to talk about her mission and BHAG...Big Hairy Audacious Goal of making sure that 25,000,000 people are touched by a YOU MATTER card by 2025! Sometimes the smallest acts of kindness toward a stranger can make all the difference in the world to them. This is an incredible show that you won't want to miss! Feel free to connect with Cheryl at www.youmattermarathon.com.

Dec 2020

51 min 46 sec

#88 Maria Romano is the founder of True Love Knots, a program she created specifically to help those looking for love later in life. An ordained minister and highly sought after professional speaker, she has performed over 3000 marriages. More importantly she knows how difficult starting over can be from her deeply personal experience. After being married to the love of her life for 33 years, her husband passed away and she suddenly went from the perfect plus one to just one. Life changed forever for Maria and she was left to pick up the pieces of her life. She saw how the world caters to the young while the message of ageism causes so many not to realize their best days are ahead. She personally experienced the journey of being happily married to widowed and suddenly single - and its ups and downs. She had to wrestle with the difficult decision to put herself out there again and quickly realized how dating today has changed. It was then she realized the importance of helping others going through a similar journey - and True Love Knots was born. As a featured speaker, Maria shares her story to inspire those later in life to make the most of their wisdom and experience while looking for the right partner. Please join Shawn and Jen as they have a very fun and enlightening conversation with Maria Romano about her life and her mission to help others find LOVE! If you want help finding LOVE, you can connect with Maria at www.trueloveknots.com. She can also be found on Instagram, Facebook and Twitter under the handle "True Love Knots"

Nov 2020

1 hr 1 min

#87 Medea Kalantar, a Reiki Master and Practitioner, a Guinness World Record Holder and a Multi-Award-Winning Best Selling Author of the children’s book series titled Honeycake. Inspired to write these books when she learned she would become a grandmother, Kalantar’s stories are based on her own family, whose members come from many ethnic backgrounds. This unique mix is a perfect recipe—just like the spices in a honey cake. That is why she calls her grandchildren her little Honeycakes. With all the negativity in the world today, Kalantar’s series is a much-needed glimmer of positivity. The Honeycake series teaches valuable life lessons, giving children the tools to overcome obstacles in their everyday lives. The Honeycake books teach children about diversity, kindness, mindfulness, trust, and gratitude. This series will enlighten, empower, educate, and entertain children for generations to come. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Medea to talk about her books, her life's journey and her message of ethnic diversity and acceptance. You can connect with Medea at www.honeycakebooks.com.

Nov 2020

56 min 4 sec

#86 Jamie Lee was only 12 years old when she witnessed the carnage and devastation of the Black Hills - Rapid City Flood. On the evening of June 9, 1972, heavy thunderstorms caused devastating flash flooding throughout Rapid City and the eastern foothills of the Black Hills—destroying homes, vehicles, businesses, and bridges, and claiming 238 lives. Jamie watched her house wash away in the moonlight of the night. She also suffered with the knowledge that she had lost her closest friends...her beloved pets. In this riveting podcast, Shawn and Jen sit down with Jamie Lee to talk about how that experience as a child lead her down a path of loving and caring for animals. Along with the other survivors, Jamie was devastated. She endured anxiety attacks and nightmares for many years. Eventually Jamie came to understand that security is not outside of her, but inside her heart, in her connection with All Life. Sharing this understanding with others is part of her mission. Jamie founded Animal Bonds to elevate the lives of animals by helping people understand and honor animals’ natural wisdom. She is an Animal Reiki practitioner. She believes animals enlighten us spiritually through our experiences with them. They bring joy, compassion, love and HOPE to the world. Our relationships with animals – and how we treat them – opens the door for healing all of us: human beings, animals, and this planet we call Home. You can connect with Jamie at www.animal-bonds.com.

Nov 2020

1 hr 2 min

#85 Rob Lohman's drinking career started at age 14, which lead to some very dark places in his life. The climax of Rob’s drinking career happened on June 7, 2001 with a suicide attempt interrupted by the compassion of his dog Jake. Upon a divine intervention, Rob was freed from his substance abuse addiction which began a rollercoaster ride in recovery…to which Rob has yet to take another drink or drug since that day. In year eleven of his sobriety journey, Rob had an emotional nervous breakdown which lead to actions that culminated in a thirteen year prison sentence. He was released in 10.5 months to a halfway house where he started to rebuild his life, along with his two children and wife who decided to remain married to Rob after the breakdown. Rob is now invests in the lives of those wanting to see positive change, whether it is coming out of addiction, prison or just wanting more for their lives. He is a dynamic speaker and shares an extremely powerful journey of persistence, faith and inspiration. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Rob to discuss his incredible life journey and story of HOPE!!

Nov 2020

1 hr 5 min

#84 Brian Ahearn, CMCT, is the Chief Influence Officer at Influence PEOPLE. He is also the Director of Learning with State Auto Insurance. Brian’s areas of expertise include sales, customer service, leadership, and business coaching with an emphasis on applying the science of influence in everyday situations. He is one of only 20 individuals in the world who currently hold the CMCT designation. This specialization in the psychology of persuasion was earned directly from Dr. Robert B. Cialdini – the recognized authority on the science of ethical persuasion. Brian’s blog, Influence PEOPLE, is followed by readers in more than 200 countries and made the Online Psychology Degree Guide Top 30 Psychology Blogs of 2012. He was named one of The Top 100 Influencers of 2016 by Science of Digital Marketing. When Brian’s not influencing and selling he enjoys physical activity.  In his younger days he was a competitive bodybuilder. When he decided to leave competitive weightlifting he took up running where he qualified for and ran the historic Boston Marathon twice. An avid martial artist, Brian is a 2nd degree black belt in Taekwondo. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Brian to discuss the art of ethical persuasion in life and business. You can connect with Brian at www.influencepeople.biz

Nov 2020

1 hr 1 min

#83 Expert on MENTAL TOUGHNESS - Author of "Puke and Rally" - Dr. Rob Bell's Story by Shawn and Jennifer Davis

Oct 2020

1 hr 2 min

#82 Gina Herrera works in healthcare so she immediately knew right away the the lump she felt in her breast was likely cancer. She could tell because she had literally done the same exam on thousands of women and she knew the difference in the feel of the lump likely pointed to cancer. Unfortunately, she was correct. She had breast cancer. Gina marshaled all of her energy and resources toward beating the breast cancer diagnosis. She did not rely on her faith to get her through as she will admit, she wasn't practicing her faith with any consistency. She did however prevail over the cancer and saw it fully retreat into remission. Unfortunately, cancer was not done with Gina. She was hit with another diagnosis of cancer years later. Not the same as before, but nonetheless a worrisome diagnosis. This time however, Gina would rely heavily on her FAITH to help her battle cancer for the second time. She will admit that fighting cancer with faith is way better than without. Please join Shawn and Jen as they talk with Gina Herrera on exactly what you do when you face an unimaginable diagnosis. Don't GOOGLE!! She is candid about her journey and her experience with cancer twice and riveting in her thoughts for others on how to persevere. If you have cancer or know of anyone that has cancer, this is a must listen to episode of the Hope Radio Podcast!

Oct 2020

52 min 17 sec

#81 Georgia Green has always been a daddy's girl. Her father was in the military and she thought of him as a hero that was invincible. He was murdered when she was 17 while protecting her. She will say that he gave her life...twice! After the shock wore off, Georgia was lost emotionally and spiritually. She wanted nothing to do with a God that would take her Dad away the way he was taken. Having never hiked more than about 5 miles, Georgia decided that she would see if she could find some clarity of purpose hiking the 2,000 plus Pacific Crest Trial that goes from Mexico, the United States and Canada! That is just a little hint of her force of will! Through that journey, Georgia found HOPE for the future, her purpose and continued to grow her burgeoning FAITH. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Georgia Green to talk about her life, her incredible sojourn along the PCT trail and her incredible FAITH in God's goodness and his plans for her life! You can connect with Georgia at www.beurevolution.com. You can also find her on Facebook and Instagram @beurevolution.

Oct 2020

1 hr 2 min

#80 Transitions of caregivers are never easy but they can be devastating without planning. Especially if you are the caregiver of a child, teen or adult with disabilities. Kaleen Marshall will tell you that this was NOT THE PLAN! She had a life of her own and never anticipated being unexpectedly thrust into caring for her sister Carri with Down Syndrome. Her mother had done zero planning regarding Carri and died unexpectedly with little warning. What do you do when you are unexpectedly thrust into a caregiver roll? What are the resources available to those who are surprise caregivers to adult or teen family members? In this episode of the Hope Radio Podcast we talk with Kaleen Marshall about her life, her parents and the way in which she navigated caring for the need of her sister Carri. There is a huge problem with transitional care of special needs persons. Kaleen has written an incredible book with an abundance of resources about her journey and lessons learned about caring for a family member with special needs. If you are a caregiver, or have a family member with disabilities, you will want to pick up Kaleen's book. The book is titled..."Who will Love Me - Choosing hope in the unexpected journey of caring for my sister with disabilities after the deaths of our parents."

Oct 2020

1 hr 10 min

#79 Every person has ordinary SUPER POWERS! Ordinary superpowers are the abilities, talents, and skills that you already possess that help you contribute the most to your life, the lives of others, and the world around you. Consider them your top two or 3 greatest strengths — the ones that noticeably stand above the rest. One of the challenges of recognizing your "ordinary super powers" is the fact that you have lived with them all of your life so you think that they are "normal" or "common." Mark Henson has written a fascinating book on how to uncover your super powers and how to live a super powered life! Please join Shawn and Jen as they talk with Mark about living a life on purpose, using the gifts and abilities that you possess that are unique to you and coming alongside others. You will learn how to Discover, Activate, Enhance and Multiply your unique gifts and talents! Mark's book is titled "Ordinary Super Powers - Unleash the full potential of your most natural talents." He has generously offered, during the season of Covid-19 restrictions, to send a free copy of his book to anyone that asks for one via his website. You have to pay for shipping, he will send you the book. To uncover your super powers, please visit www.asuperpoweredlife.com.

Oct 2020

59 min 44 sec

#78 One of the hardest times in Coach Callie's life was being a single Mom living in one of the most expensive cities in the world, Vancouver B.C. It was during this difficult and trying time that Callie created a vision board of the life she wanted to live. She put everything on the board that her heart had ever wanted or desired. She wanted to be married to the man of her dreams. She wanted to live in the United States, specifically California. She wanted to be an entrepreneur and have control over her time. She would look at that board DAILY for motivation and HOPE! In this fun and enlightening episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen sit down with Coach Callie to discuss her life and the power of focus. Her dreams kept her hope filled. She put her dreams on a board to consolidate them and keep them front and center in her life. Through her struggles, she has now come to realize how powerful a vision board can be to actually attaining the life that you want to live. Please join Shawn and Jen as they talk with Callie about her life and how she is now living in California married to the man of her dreams! This is a must listen to episode if you want to start DREAMING again!!

Oct 2020

1 hr

#77 Their car was HIT by a TRAIN - His DOG SAVED his wife and son - Paul Roger's Story of HOPE by Shawn and Jennifer Davis

Oct 2020

1 hr 5 min

#76 Sonia Clayton will admit that there were numerous red flags that her first husband waved in their marriage that she should have seen. However, when he was her first love and the first person that she had a relationship with she trusted him. He took advantage of her trust and created an endless number of excuses and emergencies to get money from her. It all culminated with her husband serving a 20 year prison sentence for drugs and other illegal activities. At one of the most challenging and lonely times in her life, Sonia found a church with Godly women who wanted to come alongside her and help her in her time of need. People of faith know that the "church" is not a building you occupy on Sunday's. The church is comprised of people. People coming alongside each other in faith to life each other up and support one another through life's challenges. Sonia shares her wonderful story HOPE ignited by the actions of others. In this faith filled and spiritual episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen talk with Sonia about the incredible blessings found buried in the broken pieces of her life. Sonia's faith is on display and it is contagious. Her message is one of LOVE and HOPE through trusting in God's plans...even when things don't work out as expected. #faith #hope

Oct 2020

57 min 11 sec

#75 Eating disorders are one of the most challenging disorders to overcome. We all need to eat but what happens when we don’t have a healthy relationship with food? According to the National Association of Anorexia Nervosa and Associated Disorders (ANAD), 28.8 million Americans will have an eating disorder in their lifetime. As many as 26% of people that have an eating disorder will attempt suicide with as many as 10,200 people are year dying from them. That is one every 52 minutes! In this episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen talk with Mandy Muenzer about her battle with eating disorders earlier in her life! Now, fully healthy and recovered, as a certified Life Coach, Health Coach, and Spiritual Psychologist, Mandy helps people heal unresolved issues, connect with their purpose and create a life they love living! Her multi-dimensional approach on the physical, mental, emotional and spiritual levels makes her exceptionally effective. Mandy is heart-centered, vulnerable, uplifting, and encouraging. Her enthusiasm can light up a room with laughter one minute and take you into soulful contemplation the next. She authentically speaks to the complexities of life while imparting practical wisdom and encouraging insight. She often incorporates energizing fitness breaks and/or therapeutic healing breaks into her coaching, workshops and talks. If you know of anyone that has an unhealthy relationship with food, you won’t want to miss this episode of the Hope Radio Podcast! Mandy Muenzer Contact Info: Email: Mpoweredbylove@gmail.com Phone: 562-724-4983 Facebook: www.facebook.com/mandydancer IG: @ mpoweredbylove

Oct 2020

1 hr 7 min

#74 Mary Jenkins was a single Mom when she got the diagnosis that she had stage 3...almost stage 4 breast cancer. To say that she didn't see it coming was an understatement. It completely rocked her world and sent her into the fight of her life. Here she was a single mother, sole income earner fighting this incredible battle with no additional financial support. Imagine fighting for your life while still having to go to work every day to earn enough money to pay for every day living expenses. As a result of the complete carnage of chemotherapy, Mary made the difficult choice to quite work and focus on her health and healing. In her mind, the job was a secondary concern and she thought she would be eligible for other financial assistance. Mary Jenkins soon realize that there was no insurance, no company, no organization that would help people that were going through cancer cover their normal every day living expenses. If an organization provided benefits, it was meager at best and only a "once in your life" benefit. As you will hear as you listen, Mary is a fighter and she doesn't take NO for an answer and she decided that it was time to start her own organization to help people fighting cancer pay for everyday living expenses. In this riveting episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen talk with Mary about not only her first battle with cancer, but also her second battle as well. More importantly, they will discuss the origins of www.thecoccares.org, which is the non-profit that Mary started to help others fighting cancer. This in an incredible episode of HOPE, perseverance and shear force of will! You won't want to miss it!

Oct 2020

58 min 57 sec

#73 As any parent would attest, the thought that you might outlive your children is a persistent and unimaginable concern. Quite literally, it is every parents nightmare. For Pam Grout, that nightmare became a reality when her only child, Tasman passed away suddenly and unexpectedly due to a brain aneurysm at the age of 25. Pam is an author of 20 books, two screenplays, a live soap opera, a TV series and enough magazine articles that it is difficult to count. However, she will tell you that her greatest accomplishment was being a mother to Tasman. How do you live after such a loss? How do you find any happiness, joy or peace after such heartbreak and suffering? Pam's story is ultimately one of HOPE. As you will hear in the this incredible episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Pam discusses her loss and her life since. She is candid about having good days and horrible days. She is also, as you will hear, continuing to deal with the grief of her loss and describes it as something she will always carry. However, both Shawn and Jen were inspired by her faith in the hereafter and her incredible description of her sense of Tasman all around her. This is an episode that you won't want to miss! If you would like to connect with Pam, you can do so at www.pamgrout.com. You can also get more information about and support the 222 Foundation that was created by Pam in Tasman's honor. To honor her legacy, the 222 Foundation is committed to rewriting the dream of the modern world from consumption and acquisition to the dream of creativity and self-expression. We believe the pursuit of happiness comes from human solidarity, simple living, respect for nature and the empowerment of all people. Our mission is to reallocate the world’s resources away from fear and towards love.

Oct 2020

58 min 6 sec

#72 Rikki Webber was a world wide travel photographer living an incredible life documenting some of the worlds most beautiful destinations. It really was a dream job but she felt something was missing in her life. She wondered if she was fulfilling the purpose of her life or not. She prayed to God to give her direction. His answer to her prayer seemed unfathomable and way too scary. He was calling her to tackle the unimaginable problem of HUMAN TRAFFICKING...something that she knew nothing about! HUMAN TRAFFICKING is all around us. Boys and girls both are exploited in horrific ways and many of us have no idea how easy it is for young people to accidentally fall into being a victim of that world. A few bad decisions can lead to someone being victimized for years...sometimes decades. God was calling Rikki to do something about it! People are absolutely amazing! Rikki Webber is no exception! In this FASCINATING episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen sit down with Rikki Webber to discuss what happens when you ask God for direction and purpose in your life. Sometimes the answer is far more challenging and intimidating that you ever expected. Will you rise or wilt? Will you heed the call that God has put on your life...even when it might be the scariest, most challenging thing that you have ever done?This is an episode that you won't want to miss! To connect with Rikki or to donate to the cause of Human Trafficking, please visit www.3levelsofgreatness.com. If you would like to help 3Levels of Greatness through your normal online shopping routine using this link, their partner will send them a percentage of the total spent. Nothing extra on the part of the shopper. https://givevia.com/charities/3-levels-of-greatness/

Oct 2020

1 hr 4 min

#71 For more than two decades, Christine Perakis, Esq. has navigated through negotiation tables, board rooms, class rooms, and the tempestuous open seas. As a lawyer, C-Level executive, investor, trainer, and boat captain, Christine discovered an essential truth applicable to both life and business: "Weathering the storm requires the partnership of a talented Captain and an experienced Navigator." Christine creates legacy from chaos using her business acumen as a Business Growth Architect, attorney, entrepreneur, and certified executive coach, combined with expertise as a professional navigator and 100-Ton-Licensed Boat Captain. Figuratively and literally, Christine has weathered the "Category 5 Storms" in life and business, and guided her teams to safely reach their destination. In this fascinating and riveting Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen sit down and talk with Christine about her life experiences, including surviving two category 5 hurricanes in two weeks alone at her home in the caribbean. She expertly describes the "wind coffin" she endured and the lessons she has learned through that experience! This is definitely a podcast that you won't want to miss!!!! To connect with Christine please visit www.christineperakis.com and be sure to check out her latest book “The Resilient Leader: Life Changing Strategies to Overcome Today's Turmoil and Tomorrow's Uncertainty”

Sep 2020

53 min 23 sec

#70 Brian Wollenberg is one of the most selfless people that the Hope Radio Podcast has interviewed! In his teens Brian took $1,500 of his own money (earned working in fast food) to feed 50+ people at Thanksgiving. That experience touched him so much that he decided to create an organization that would feed hundreds...then thousands at Thanksgiving. He then named the organization after a former co-worker that had lost his life in a car accident. Selfless...indeed. Hope can be sparked by acts of kindness. Hope can definitely be sparked by feeding needy families at Thanksgiving. Coming alongside our fellow citizens, community and humanity at large is the best way to engender hope in others. In this episode of the Hope Radio Podcast, Shawn and Jen sit down with Brian Wollenberg to discuss his mission to feed needy families throughout the country at Thanksgiving. Brian discusses the origins of his mission, the challenges in having a mission to feed others and the Byron Saunders Foundation he created...named after a friend that made an impact on him. Helping others sparks HOPE in you AND them!

Sep 2020

38 min 43 sec

#69 Mitch Hildebrandt and his wife wanted a child desperately. A young couple barely 16 years old had promised to let them adopt their child only to change their minds at the last minute! They were gutted. Mitch will be the first to tell you that God’s plans are not our plans. Out of the devastating heartbreak of not being able to adopt, God took the Hildebrandt’s on an incredible journey of faith, perserverence, significant health trials and ultimately put them in a position to care for and help 6,000 children. Mitch will say that God gave them 6,000 kids and counting instead of just one! Please join Shawn and Jen as they talk with Mitch Hildebrandt of onechild.org to hear his story of increased faith, a closer more powerful personal relationship with God and helping children throughout the world. This show is inspiring and one that you will not want to miss. If you want to connect with Mitch you can find him at www.onechild.org.

Sep 2020

54 min 27 sec

#68 Samantha Lane lost her father in a motorcycle accident at a young age. It effected her and her siblings differently. She decided that she was going to take on the roll of being the “good kid.” The one that did everything right, didn’t make waves, got good grades…the person that everyone could count on to not cause problems. Fast forward almost 15 years later and that mindset had turned her into a workaholic high achiever with no real balance in her life. It took her having a significant health challenge to reset her perspective on life, balance and time management. With renewed focus on truly “living” instead of just being a business high achiever, she found herself looking for a better way to track her daily, weekly and monthly goals. All the “planners” that she found were somehow lacking what she needed or wanted so she decided to do something about it! She created her own time management planner and began to help others focus on a more balanced life. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down with Samantha Lane to discuss life, health challenges, being a recovering workaholic and living a life of balance. You can connect with Samantha at www.origamiday.com and on her Instagram account @oragamiday.

Sep 2020

1 hr 2 min

#67 Teddy Droseros is a man on a mission to spread the practice of GRATITUDE everywhere he goes. It first came to him as he watched his mother’s body fight with her mind as she struggled to endure her fight with Multiple Sclerosis (MS). He found himself being grateful that his body functioned properly and didn’t fight with his mind to do daily tasks. Her struggle allowed him to focus on and be grateful for hundreds of daily tasks that most of us can do simply that we all take for granted. His mission of gratitude quickly expanded as he created a non-profit 501(c3) charity called Grateful Peoples to raise money for gratitude journals in schools. His efforts culminated in over 7,000 (and counting) journals placed in schools across 4 countries to practice daily gratitude. HIs mission was further expanded when he had the idea of placing several hundred gratitude journals in coffee shops throughout the country where customers could write down what they were grateful for in the journals. He has received most of the journals back and now he is writing a book about what he learned from those coffee shop journals. Please join Shawn and Jen as they talk with a young man on a mission to encourage everyone to practice gratitude daily. Being GRATEFUL is a great way to spark HOPE! Listen to this episode if you want to be inspired. You can connect with Teddy at www.gratefulpeoples.com. You can also follow his journey on Instagram @gratefulpeoples.

Sep 2020

1 hr 3 min

#66 Tim Shurr (Sh er) is the President of Shurr Success, Inc., a leadership and sales training company, and creator of the “How To Be Mesmerizing” podcast. After studying human behavior for the last 30 years and facilitating over 15,000 Hypnosis sessions, Tim discovered the secrets for helping people achieve and perform at the highest levels! His strategies work so well, he’s been featured on ABC, NBC, CBS, FOX NEWS and the TEDx stage. Tim is also an award-winning Leadership speaker and a global authority on how to upgrade Unconscious beliefs, biases, and habits. He has written five books including What To Do When You Don’t Know What To Do, The Power Of Optimism, Get Out Of Your Way, and his latest book, One Belief Away will release this fall. Please join Shawn and Jen as they sit down and talk with Tim Shurr. In this fascinating podcast, you will learn "What to do when you don't know what to do" and techniques to change your outlook and mindset. This podcast is better than coffee to get you recharged and ready to tackle the day!

Sep 2020

1 hr 5 min