What Really Matters Interviews
Extraordinary artists, adventurers, consultants and others share their most essential lessons from work, life and play.
What are the big takeaways extraordinary people experience? That’s what I explore in my interviews with my guests in What Really Matters Interviews.
From a kid trying to escape Oklahoma to spending winters alone in Alaska to being a ranger in Idaho to cancer survivor to becoming a voice for the wilderness … Ed Cannady has led a rich and full life. In
What’s it like to be dropped deep into the jungle in enemy territory where anybody you see probably wants to kill you? What’s it like to be in charge of the lives of thousands of men? In this interview, General
Barry Friedman juggles balls. Really, really well. In fact back in the 80s he was a world-champion juggler. He appeared on the Johnny Carson Show, and toured with Billy Crystal and Robin Williams. He even leveraged that into doing corporate
She grew up in Atlanta, Beijing and Hong Kong. She’s a children’s book illustrator. She’s Asian-American. She (currently) has blue hair. And she’s riding all over North America … on a Vespa scooter. What would that be like?! What drew
Sure, we have our personality. But is that all we are? Or are we something much, much more than that? In this interview, I talk with Mary Helen Fein. She is a master Zen practitioner and discusses – through Zen
Have you ever found yourself overwhelmed at work, wondering why you’re putting in so many hours – and for what? Maybe you’ve reached a nice level of success, but you still feel empty. Or you’re having a midlife crisis of
In this interview, Tiffany Coates talks about her life as an international motorcycle adventure rider and tour guide. She also gives three tips for anybody considering heading off into a life of adventure. Doug: (00:04)In this podcast I interview an
What Makes Them Tick: Learn Life Lessons from Extraordinary People — i interview international adventurer, writer & photographer about a lifetime of exploring the world and sharing her creativity through writing and photography. Lone (pronounced “Loo-nuh”) splits her time between
Lori McNee is an artist, author, teacher and social media rock star. She’s also one of those rare people who seamlessly dances between creativity and business. All these areas are explored in this interview. She also gives her top tips
I do in-depth interviews with extraordinary people who are finding and living their purpose at the highest levels. They’ll tell you in their own words how they found their calling, and then what they did to LIVE it. They’ll