Team Peri Step Out of Line

Peri R. Finkelstein

Team Peri's Step Out of Line Podcast dives deep. Meet guests who share inspirational stories and who have made an impact in today’s world. Our hope is to make our society a better place one step at a time through love, acceptance and uplifting conversations. Producer, Editor & Content Creator: Peri R. FinkelsteinCover-Art: A Pop Of Color By R.lilliBeat: Glenn HillVoice Over: Scott Rogowsky Team Peri Hosts: Peri & Lori Finkelsteinwww.teamperi.org See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

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Sam Rosalie says that she doesn’t “always have rays of sunshine coming out of her butt,” but we think otherwise. As one of the producers of the Elvis Duran & The Morning Show, Sam began as an intern while attending Rutgers University. Sam worked hard to find her own career path by taking on new challenges and a variety of internships until she found her niche in radio and entertainment. As a huge advocate for mental health/wellness, she focuses on redirecting her natural people-pleasing persona to improve the ongoing evolution of her true, authentic character.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

17 de nov.

23min 7s

You don’t plan to fail, you fail to plan. Amanda Munz was 23 years old when she decided to pivot and form her own nonprofit The Fashion Foundation, which she set up after methodical planning, training, and earning an MBA. Amanda realized that repurposing designers’ sample products and surplus goods could be used to give back to the children in New York City’s education system.Amanda’s first big supporter was designer Rebecca Minkoff when she donated boxes and boxes of merchandise for The Fashion Foundation to sell for the cause. What started out in 2014 with Amanda in her basement with one clothing rack then became a nonprofit that needed a larger space for all of the donated inventory. This turning point became the catalyst for the foundation’s success. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

10 de nov.

24min 18s

Vita Raykhman was challenged with breaking into the competitive beauty industry of hair products by creating and developing an artistic, fun, and inclusive haircare brand. As a Co-Founder and Creative Director of Amika and creative director of Eva NYC, Vita utilizes her fine art skills in her creative position at Heat Makes Sense, Inc. Focused on establishing a community, Vita’s companies strive to focus on the collective to ensure the best experience for all. Vita is known for creating a brand from an idea and transforming it into a successful business venture that to this day, is thriving. It is clear that she understands what is it like to be a young creative looking to begin a career in marketing and is generous enough to mentor, teach and share her wisdom. What draws us to her brands is the creative packaging design but what keeps us loving Amika and Eva NYC are the products themselves. Both of the brands’ mantra is to be “kind + clean” and cruelty-free and aspire to continue to promote environmental sustainability and recycling.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de nov.

15min 16s

In celebration of Josh’s upcoming 5th birthday on October 30th, let’s all be like Josh and be unapologetic with the way you want to live your life. Team Peri fell in love with Josh on TikTok early in the pandemic and things just steamrolled from there. We finally sat down with Josh + Kimberly & Andrew for what seemed like only a few short minutes but in reality, was an entire afternoon, and talked as if we have known each other forever. The important work that Kimberly & Andrew are doing for the Be Like Josh Foundation can teach the world that all beings are worthy of living their best life. There is nothing to be feared about any living creature’s disability. Normalizing the concept of disability and eradicating the stigma will assist in the notion of inclusion, acceptance, and diversity for all. Kimberly & Andrew are at times fighting an uphill battle and strive to make their voices heard. We all need to get on board with the Josh Mission. As a person with a profound physical disability and complex medical issues, Peri especially can relate to Josh, Bitey Ford, and friends and their desire to live their lives to the fullest. Clearly, the foundation’s advocacy efforts are critical to canines with neurological abnormalities and Kimberly & Andrew are adamant about bringing their pack to a city near you on their two-year upcoming tour.For more information on the Be Like Josh Foundation and to donate to the organization’s rescue medical fund/the tour, visit www.belikejosh.org. To donate to the tour directly on Instagram, visit @joshthedoodle and @fatherofpaws. To donate to the tour directly through the Be Like Josh Foundation website, visit https://www.belikejosh.org/tour. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

29 de out.

42min 24s

The Melissa & Doug toy company has not always been fun and games for co-founder and entrepreneur, Melissa Bernstein. The trials and tribulations of developing a new business took years of hard work, overcoming mistakes and eventually, transforming into the successful business that it is today. Bernstein has been coloring out of the lines her entire life. Perhaps one can say that Melissa‘s creativity began as a child, making Barbie clothes out of a curtain in her living room. Searching for meaning in her life, Melissa’s husband, Doug, prompted her to alter her career path and use her creativity to change the world. After a brainstorming weekend on how to move forward, the Bernstein’s followed their passion to unleash children’s imaginations by encouraging open-ended play with their products. Melissa & Doug is partnered with The American Academy of Pediatrics and focuses on child development and how toys can influence children to engage in open-ended play, providing the child the chance to think on their own. These traditional toys are a mainstay in a child’s growth. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

20 de out.

23min 19s

Aussie author makes it big in NYC. Coming to New York naive and unprepared, Georgia Clark still managed to find her way to a successful career in writing. This novelist has an undeniable spirit and tenacity which combined with resilience has enabled her to find her literary voice, her life partner and most of all, happiness and purpose.Georgia experienced what must be a writer’s worst nightmare, being told that a manuscript that she had written would not sell the way it was. She turned the tables on the criticism and rewrote the book into what is today, a big commercial bestseller, It Had to Be You, a rom-com novel that made us (Peri) cry and fall in love with Georgia Clark’s strong, female voice. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

13 de out.

26min 2s

Liris Crosse makes the world her runway by making her dreams come true through hard work, tenacity and courage. At the age of 18, she hit the streets of NYC looking for a way to pursue her modeling career. Working three jobs, Liris did not wait for things to happen, rather, she made them happen for herself. Today, Liris is one of the Maggie Sottero models, winner of Project Runway, motivational speaker and author. One of the biggest takeaways is that everyone needs to own their own beauty and make their dreams come true.This Team Peri podcast is sponsored by the Broken-Hearted Blockbuster podcast. Created by Jill Collister, Broken-Hearted Blockbuster is a broken-hearted movie review comedy podcast. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

6 de out.

21min 20s

Nick Rotondo, MTA bus driver turned hero, became a 9/11 first responder when driving the M11 up Amsterdam Avenue around 9 am when a police officer pulled over his bus and commandeered his services. Without hesitation, Nick served New York City at the World Trade Center. Selflessly, he was transporting medical supplies and emergency healthcare workers to and from Ground Zero. Covered in dust and filled with emotion, day after day, despite the eventual physiological and mental toll that it took on him, Nick continued to put others first. Although his life changed on that very day, he is still a positive person whose goal is to share joy for all those who are privy to his balloonatic creations with his own business which is one of his many talents.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

9 de set.

15min 15s

From doing cartwheels and picking daisies in the outfield to the Olympic stage, Jordan Chiles is truly a champion in every sense of the word. Jordan’s “stepping out of line” moment transformed her gymnastics career and was the catalyst for her achieving her Olympic dreams. In 2020, spared on by the political events of the world, Jordan launched her own clothing company, Melanin Drip Clothing Co to inspire others to own their crown. One never needs permission to be themselves but rather should embrace their uniqueness.America is so proud of you, Jordan, for stepping up to the plate and being a role model for our girls. Always believe in yourself and continue to encourage others to do the same.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

1 de set.

16min 15s

The path to success for Jason Halbert has been quite serendipitous. Grit, combined with hard work, dedication and the intuition of his wife, have all led Jason to where he is today. As a creative, his constant battle with imposter syndrome and his need to push the boundaries and “step out of line” is what defines his character and makes him clearly the best at what he does.As a keyboardist, composer, Grammy Award-winning and Emmy nominated music director, songwriter, musician and Kelly Clarkson’s right-hand man, Jason consistently embraces all challenges, thriving under stress and stretching to achieve in his successful career. He believes in giving the underdog a chance in his hiring decisions within his leadership position with the Kelly Clarkson Show and Kelly’s music. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

25 de ago.

18min 41s

We’ve all been there, walking through the streets of New York City, dressed as a tomato in the NYC Marathon. Sometimes you have to ‘Step Out of Line’ in a big way to get your foot in the door at your dream job, one that accepts and utilizes all of your quirks and attributes. Jill Page Collister is currently the Senior Vice President of Global Education & Development Benefit Cosmetics, and we can’t say more about how much we love Jill and the Benefit Cosmetics company. This indie brand that values consumer feedback is one that Team Peri can get behind.Make sure to check out her own amazing podcast, Broken Hearted Blockbuster! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

7 de jul.

27min 48s

Katy Allen does it all. Busy mom to three, wife of American Idol Season 8 winner, Kris Allen and business entrepreneur. How does she do it? By staying organized.Finding the perfect planner is rare and hard to come by. Learning how to successfully balance and manage your daily tasks and schedules is an art form. Like many, Katy was constantly schlepping a planner and having to choose between style and organization. She created Artful Agenda to bridge the gap and provide a platform that assists in synchronizing Apple, Google and Outlook calendars all while utilizing digital creative planner covers and stickers. Got a burning idea for an app? Be like Katy Allen, Step Out of Line and make it happen! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

30 de jun.

26min 1s

Shop Minnie Mart has gadgets and gizmos a-plenty, whozits and whatzits galore, want thingamabobs? Luis and Nicole have everything and so much more! 2020 was a pivotal year for this Disney-loving couple. They tied the knot, moved to Florida, and started a one-of-a-kind shopping service for Disney (and Universal) fanatics. From shopping excursions to the Character Warehouse, Disney Resorts, Disney Springs, Disney Parks, CVS (yes, really), Marshalls, and Burlington to Disney dining and late-night snacks, Luis & Nicole have you experiencing all the feels. So get your Mickey Mouse-shaped rice crispy treats, upgrade your Disney swag and shop for exclusive merch from our friends at Shop Minnie Mart. Message them to order and use the code TEAMPERI to get 10% off (for first-time buyers only)! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

16 de jun.

19min 2s

John Sullivan has nothing to prove as a athlete and musician. Baseball taught him the importance of knowing how to lose and live in the present. Learning his way around the ballpark enabled him to channel his unwavering strength and determination into his musical career. This North Carolina native is a natural storyteller and continues to share his voice and gift to the world. The Voice was a catalyst to his music career with the help of the “king," Blake Shelton.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

9 de jun.

21min 16s

Lauren Davidson, an urban county cowgirl, manages to thrive during the pandemic by reinventing herself as a producer, creator and songwriter. As an entrepreneur, Lauren founded Urban County Jam, which in turn, provides a platform for artists to showcase their musical talents in NYC. Fueled by her father’s support, Lauren has become self-reliant and is able to utilize resources needed by networking to educate herself and propel her career forward.Since she was little, Lauren has always had the theater bug. While the era of COVID-19 has put a wrench in the music industry, Lauren continues to find ways to create even when inspiration is sometimes elusive.Lauren’s single, Live In The Light is out now and available to listen to at the end of our podcast! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

7 de abr.

17min 56s

Jess Ekstrom, founder and CEO of Headbands of Hope & Bright Pages, began her journey as an entrepreneur as a college student. As an intern for Walt Disney World, Jess fell in love with Make A Wish America kids as she photographed their wishes and created long-lasting memories for both the child and the family. It was this experience that sparked her interest with interning with the Make A Wish.Jess’s experience with the Make A Wish foundation inspired her to create headbands for kids undergoing chemotherapy and fulfilled this dream by creating Headbands of Hope, where with every item purchased, one headband in turn is donated to a child with an illness. To date, they have donated 850K headbands, with a goal of reaching 1 million. Headbands of Hope represents a sense of hope, courage and bravery. As a female entrepreneur, Jess has experienced both highs and lows throughout her career and stresses the importance of realizing that failure is not everything. The process is simply a reflection of growth.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

31 de mar.

19min 2s

“Your darkest days are the ones that bring you most light” ~ Beth Ann Catalano, North American President and CEO of Ahava.From both a business and professional perspective, it is imperative that one stays open to all potential opportunities and embraces the many detours life brings. Beth Ann experienced this in her own life, from transitioning companies in the beauty industry, as well as being a reality TV star. As a woman, it is essential to enjoy your beauty, own your confidence, and pivot when change arises.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

24 de mar.

26min 13s

When you use your creativity, spontaneity and business intuition to create a billion-dollar company, FabFitFun, Katie Kitchens partners with co-founders, Michael and Daniel Broukhim, crafted a subscription box and FabFitFun community that not only empowers women but enables them to succeed and learn the importance of self-care and partnership from companies whose positive outlook enable women to achieve their goals. FabFitFun strives to lift women up and curate a box that becomes the must have of the season!Katie is not only a successful female entrepreneur but a mom of two beautiful children, a wife and has a heart of gold. One of her favorite products is the famous Unhide blanket and we totally agree! FabFitFun is known for its unique products that nurture and promote the idea of using all of our differences to make the world more connected. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

17 de mar.

23min 11s

Heidi Collins is a natural born storyteller. As a female entrepreneur and CEO/Co-Founder of Thomas Edwards Group, she creates lifelong connections through her journalistic efforts and brand storytelling. Her key points to being a successful journalist are expressing one’s vulnerability as well as truly listening to others and what they have to say. Heidi uses her people skills to connect and share stories that need to be told.Throughout her illustrious career, Heidi has interviewed President Bush at the White House, where she learned that her best strategy as a journalist is to be true to herself. In this high-pressure interview, Heidi’s training kicked in and her nerves disappeared. We will let you know when that happens to us! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

10 de mar.

36min 1s

Home baker turned entrepreneur and author of “The Cakes by Melissa” cookbook, Melissa Ben-Ishay found herself out of a job as a media planner. By partnering up with her brother and with a lot of moxie, a new enterprise was born, Baked by Melissa. These bite-sized cupcakes and macaroons are the pinnacle of the multi-million dollar business. Melissa’s love for her cupcake empire, children and husband translates to her love of baking and cooking. We get down to the nitty gritty and asked Melissa which are the flavors that didn’t fly (Caramel Apple Pop and Chocolate Banana) and we all came to a mutual consensus that cannoli must make a comeback! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de mar.

21min 2s

From corporate to bridal, Lisa Fuhrman, a born fashionista, started her journey as the Vice President in Human Resources and recruitment in corporate America. However, as Lisa climbed up the corporate ladder, she realized she was unfulfilled and did the unthinkable, she changed her career path despite her success. The catalyst was a one-night binge-watching of a Say Yes to the Dress marathon when Lisa fell in love with the bridal industry and decided she wanted to become a bridal consultant. Overnight, she made this life-changing decision by applying to Kleinfeld Bridal and when hired, using her people skills she acquired throughout her education Hofstra University and her work life. Today, Lisa brings love, light, and joy to all of her brides. Love is always in the air!Our 50th podcast episode is now in the books! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

10 de fev.

20min 49s

The most asked question we get is how Peri does the Miami Marathon on a ventilator... well, here is one big reason!AffloVest is a portable chest-percussion machine that assists Peri daily. It enables her to clear the secretions in her lungs and is used conjointly with nebulizing treatments and cough-assist. International Biophysics Corp, thank you for making this product available for consumer use. David Shockley, your innovative thinking and creative engineering gets Peri marathon ready. You've changed Peri's life for the better by making such a complex medical device compact and travel-ready!Sometimes the winding road is the straightest path to achieve your goals. David's numerous businesses all reflect his passion for helping others. He sees a need and fills it!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de fev.

24min 14s

Charles Ray sets the record straight with his family name. Music has always been a passion of Charles, and he channels it into playing his trumpet, singing, and songwriting. In 2015, Charles auditioned for American Idol and ended his journey in Hollywood week. His classic cover song, "If You Want Me to Stay" by Sly and the Family Stone, showcased his musical gifts. Only through hard work, dedication, and his ability to adjust and acclimate to new environments is how Charles "Stepped Out of Line." Touring with Jake Botts & Glenn Hill on Kelly Clarkson's Meaning of Life tour was only the beginning!Catch Charles Ray's single, How Long, at the end of the interview as well! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

27 de jan.

28min 25s

Baruch Shemtov has been “Stepping Out of Line” his entire life. Former news personality on Good Day New York/Fox News, current entertainment reporter on the Wendy Williams Show, Harvard business alumni and entrepreneur in the real estate industry, Shemtov’s goals have no ceiling. Shemtov’s positive energy and overall enthusiasm for NYC will carry over into all his future endeavors. There are no limits and there is truly no reason to 'stay in line'. Take it from Shemtov, and create your own destiny!  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

20 de jan.

33min 35s

The Marvelous Mr. Joel Johnstone, playing Archie Cleary on The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, podcaster with Jeff Meacham, actor, producer, and overall, creative genius is our favorite "boy next door." Inspired by the great Denzel Washington, Joel's "step out of line" journey began as an 18-year-old college student in New York. Sometimes, discovering one's identity can only be done when you take a leap of faith. We are huge 𝙏𝙝𝙚 𝙈𝙖𝙧𝙫𝙚𝙡𝙤𝙪𝙨 𝙈𝙧𝙨. 𝙈𝙖𝙨𝙞𝙚𝙡 fans. Alex Borstein's 2019 Emmy acceptance speech was the catalyst to 𝙏𝙚𝙖𝙢 𝙋𝙚𝙧𝙞'𝙨 '𝙎𝙩𝙚𝙥 𝙊𝙪𝙩 𝙤𝙛 𝙇𝙞𝙣𝙚' podcast. Alex spoke about her grandmother "stepping out of line" in the Holocaust, which deeply resonated with us. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

13 de jan.

21min 27s

Stephanie Quayle, breakthrough country music artist, marathoner, Summer Field Farms cowgirl, and Say Yes to the Dress alumni, has a whole lot of moxie, a great big ol’ heart, and is inspiring beyond words. Stephanie is a storyteller in her own right as her songs express unconditional love and unique circumstances that one faces throughout their life. Make sure to tune into Stephanie’s new music, “By Heart,” which is being launched Friday. For anyone who has been bullied as a child, Stephanie tells us that it gets better. Stephanie picked herself up and began to build her dream “one step at a time.” Being comfortable with being uncomfortable is how one can succeed in life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

6 de jan.

31min 36s

Aly Raisman, Olympic athlete, author, entrepreneur, and overall goddess is now taking the time for self-care and self-discovery through meditation, exercise, gardening, and of course, snuggling with her beautiful, blue-eyed rescue dog, Mylo. It is not always that you find a kindred soul and make an immediate connection, but Peri and Aly have done just that. Learn from Aly as she explains how she copes with anxiety, stress, and setting boundaries, things that many of us struggle with, especially during these pandemic times. Once an Olympian, always an Olympian. Aly stays true to herself and remains Fierce. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

34min 11s

Standing for love and sharing love to all is what Maggie Sottero is all about—born in Sydney, Australia, the founder’s granddaughter, Kelly Midgley, followed in her footsteps and added her own flair to the family business. Get inspired by this leading lady by how she so bravely ‘stepped out of line’ by creating her own path and going outside her comfort zone. Whether you are the CEO of Maggie Sottero or an individual aspiring to figure out your passion, everyone can relate to Kelly and her story. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

19min 3s

Daniel Aryeh, veteran US Air Force pilot, actor in The Deuce, Top Gun Movie and Ford v Ferrari, a ballroom dancer on Dancing With The Stars and So You Think You Can Dance, and entrepreneur talks about basing one’s success in life on their ability to stay true to their core values. As a Jewish Air Force pilot, Daniel had to navigate and make tough choices when his career came between his religious beliefs. After serving for five years, by luck, Chabad of Las Vegas led him to his passion for dancing. His love for Latin American dances, especially the Salsa, is how he shined. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

18min 41s

Pnina Tornai, fashion designer, TV personality on Say Yes to the Dress, chef, and wedding dress designer turned philosopher discusses the significance of Kaballah, love, symbolism, mitzvot, and numerology in one’s life. The “101” Pnina Tornai dress was the first of her couture dresses at Kleinfeld Bridal that flew off the rack and made history. Pnina Tornai became an exclusive brand and one of the top designers in the bridal store and the world. Being a fashion designer was originally not Pnina’s dream, but soon became one. She makes the bride’s dreams come true and, in turn, inspires all to believe and be true to themselves. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

25min 14s

Award-winning actress, Karen Robinson, also known as Ronnie Lee, a no-nonsense, sarcastic, sassy "jazzagal" character on Schitt's Creek, Mildred Clarke on Frankie Drake Mysteries, Aunt Cassandra on Hallmark's Morning Show Mysteries, and currently starring in the upcoming television series, Lady Dicks. As the youngest child in her family, Karen was destined to be the bright light, and throughout her career, she has fought for what she truly believes in. Karen's career path as a female actor is a highlighted portion of the episode, in conjunction with the effects of racism on her life. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

19min 47s

Ben Milliken, an actor on the Amazon series Bosch with Titus Welliver and starring in the film, Mighty Oak, is a creator, writer, husband, and father. He shares his reflections on his journey to Hollywood and how he found his happiness. Ben’s Life Lessons: love your life, love what you do, be curious, and always strive to do better! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

16min 44s

Jay Glazer, the co-founder of the nonprofit Merging Vets and Players, NFL on Fox/Fox Sports insider, Ballers HBO actor, host of the Bellator MMA, comedian, and wedding dress inspiration (cue at @allthatglittersonthegram), talks about his challenges and how his scars have shaped his outlook in life. He teaches us how standing out and being different is extraordinary! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

19min 30s

Conrad Louis, an author, motivational fitness athlete, Fiji Water ambassador, fiancé of wedding dress designer Hayley Paige, co-host of the @allthatglittersonthegram, and dog dad to @misswinniepaige, gives us some RAD tips for training for the Miami Marathon. You known you made it in the podcast world when Conrad asks us our first-ever question! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

28min 20s

Gabriel Cordell, motivational speaker, actor, athlete, and superhero, tells us how life is all about the journey! Gabriel suffered a devastating car accident that left him partially paralyzed, survived a drug addiction and overcame all obstacles by his enormous mental strength. He inspires us all to be the best that we can be.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

25min 26s

Ali Stroker, actor, singer and Tony Award Winner, and Aerie Real Role Model turns “no’s” into “yes’s”! Never let your disability define you, and instead, utilize your strengths to your advantage! You will be inspired, empowered, and in awe when you hear Ali’s story.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

15min 52s

New York Mets #99 pitcher Turk Wendell shares his love for the game of baseball and his life’s motto. Known as one of the most eccentric and fun players to watch, Team Peri found Turk honest down to earth with a great sense of humor. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

24min 32s

From business to beats, Glenn Hill discovers his passion for performing on tour with his trombone. Glenn has played alongside some of the greats: Jake Botts, Charles Ray, Kelly Clarkson, Kelsea Ballerini, Brynn Cartelli, John Legend, and Meghan Trainer, as well has been on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

22min 8s

The very talented and beautiful Hayley Paige gives us the scoop on her attitude towards life, spreading kindness to the world, and how she decided to ‘step out of line’ from a career in the medical field to designing the most beautiful wedding dresses and accessories. Growing up doing gymnastics has played a significant role in her life and instilled in herself a strong work ethic and never give up attitude. You might know her from her podcast series, “All That Glitters” and the TLC series, Say Yes to the Dress, filmed at Kleinfeld Bridal in NYC. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

3 de jan.

23min 56s

Darren Meenan, an entrepreneur since kindergarten and founder of The 7 Line Army, is a New York Mets fan for life. His all-time favorite Mets include Pete Alonso, Darryl Strawberry, and Mike Piazza. Just throw in David Wright and Nelson Figueroa, and we are good to go! Great conversation about life, how he started his business in his parent’s basement to build up to his successful business.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

15min 24s

Jim Sinocchi, former Director of Communications at IBM and current Managing Director/ Head of Disability Inclusion at JPMorgan Chase & Co, is a true superhero. Jim serves as a board member of The Henry Viscardi School, which helps form the students’ education and future. As Jim noted, the world is constantly changing, and all businesses must incorporate disability inclusion and diversity. Jim Sinocchi makes it all possible, and yes, he truly is a superhero in our book! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

15min 37s

Since 2015, Rob Lawless, from @robs10kfriends goal has been to meet 10k friends across the globe 1:1 for 1hr each. To date, he has partnered with numerous businesses, including We Work. Rob is on his way to reaching his goal, and we find out how exactly he chose this path and what he hopes the future holds for himself! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

12min 25s

Joann Ferrara, physical therapist and founder/CEO of the nonprofit organization Dancing Dreams New York, speaks volumes about personally taking action on important matters that historically society neglected to consider. Without even intended to do so, Joann’s moxie and efforts created a dance program for children and teens with disabilities that is truly extraordinary. Dancing through life is not as simple for some but rather a dream that can come true. All one needs is a dream, sparkle, tutus, and tiaras! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

12min 28s

Jake Botts, a talented saxophonist in Nashville, Tennessee, is a musician in his own right. He found his calling when at a baseball game with his dad as he walked by a saxophone player outside the ballpark when he was a young boy. Today, Jake continues to put his mark on the world by performing with artists such as Kelly Clarkson, John Legend, Meghan Trainor, Brynn Cartelli, and Kelsea Ballerini. Experience is the only teacher, so Step Out of Line and make it happen! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

16min 33s

Brandon Steiner, CEO of The Steiner Agency and CollectibleXchange, author of three bestselling books, and motivational speaker, discusses his many life experiences and relationships with baseball athletes such as Mariano Rivera and Darryl Strawberry, and his love of sports and family. Brandon clearly knows how to succeed in life, and he willingly shares his secrets to his success with our listeners.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

21min 11s

Alli Young, CEO of The Forem and motivational speaker, shares the road to her success and tips and tricks on how companies can enhance their diversity by inclusion. Women who want others to succeed in business is the core value that her company operates on, and Alli’s ability to translate her own success into key points are invaluable.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

10min 8s

Jake Cohen, a “nice Jewish boy” from New York, food stylist, chef, editorial director of the feedfeed, OneTable.org board member, and an author, is rediscovering his Jewish identity and heritage by cooking up some diaspora dishes. Listen to how he dishes out the scoop on how his career started and where he sees himself going! See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

10min 24s

Sam DiMatteo, founder of The SD Project, head coach of College Of The Desert, manager of the Power Summer Collegiate League, and former baseball pro continuously opens up his heart to others and shares his baseball skills, resilience and courage with his students and the kids who need him most. Sam's mission is to travel the world using his one of sports to connect with people.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

14min 48s

Former Minor League baseball pro, Jacob Fabry, talks about his involvement with the Chattanooga Miracle League & The SD Project, his passion for helping others, and how all roads he’s journeyed lead to baseball. His passion for helping others shines through everything he does, and it is uplifting to witness.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

17min 17s

Toby Tanser, also known as Team Lifeline’s elite running coach, CEO, and founder of Shoe4Africa, author, motivational speaker, and marathon champion, shares his journey of how exactly he fell in love with running, his wife, and with Team Peri. His wisdom, humor, and kindness make him so special to us, and of course, our marathon guru.  See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.

2 de jan.

22min 48s