Colin Jones went from part-time substitute teacher to professional card counter, (legally) beating casinos for over $600,000. He and a friend co-founded “The Church Team, “a successful blackjack team responsible for taking over $3M from casinos. Today he helps others harness the awesome power of card counting.
Malaika Bishop has been working to create sustainable food systems for over 20 years. She is now the Co-Director of the non-profit Sierra Harvest, which is dedicated to educating, inspiring, and connecting families to fresh, local, and seasonal foods. In this podcast we discuss the truth about struggles of nutritional health and hunger in cities.
Bea Johnson is a Zero Waste lifestyle expert whose vocation is to shatter misconceptions associated with the Zero Waste lifestyle, to prove that waste-free living can not only be “stylish”, but also leads to significant health benefits, and time and money savings. The New York Times calls her the: “The Priestess of Waste-Free Living.”
Orlando Rios is an online marketer and a podcast host and producer. Best known for his work with the health and fitness lifestyle brand Onnit, Orlando has extensive experience in helping companies increase their revenue through social and search advertising in Facebook, Adwords, Twitter, and Instagram. He is also a leader in podcast producing and the author of Podcasting Pro Basics, a simple guide on starting your own podcast as well as The Podcast Book, the go-to guide on podcasts and the who’s who of podcasters.
His site PodcastingPro.com gives free education on podcast producing and profiles of other leaders in the podcast industry.
Jack Ferry is an independent Director/ Producer with more than 15 years professional broadcast experience. Since 2006 he has made it his specialty to bridge the gap between traditional and new media, producing quality entertainment for the Internet. His work has been shown on platforms such as MTV, Nickelodeon, Comedy Central, Discovery, Netflix, MSN, and Pitchfork just to name a few.
Nile Nickel has long been recognized as the undisputed “King of LinkedIn” and evangelizes its use for any business owner interested in growing their business or any professional looking for that dream job. He is a super tech genius and host of the Social Media Business Hour podcast. In this podcast we discuss the effect of social media on all aspects of the world, how LinkedIn is the most misused and under utilized social media platform and where we are headed next.
Mistress Justine Cross is a professional dominatrix, dungeon owner and BDSM consultant based in Los Angeles. Internationally recognized, she has been a professional and lifestyle Domme for nearly 10 years, seeing clients all over the world and making appearances in Los Angeles Magazine and Playboy, along with doing various BDSM consulting gigs for print and video productions.
Nic Darling is the Executive VP and Founder of the Major League Ultimate, Ultimate Frisbee’s professional league. He also hosts hosts Cleats and Cufflinks, the MLU podcast. His mission is to bring ultimate to a worldwide audience by making it accessible and exciting for the fans, rewarding for the players, profitable for the investors, and productive for their partners.
Patrisha Walsh is an engineer, author, speaker, and Paralympian who competed at the Rio Paralympics. She has raced in more than a dozen marathons and ultra-marathons and competed in two IRONMAN triathlons. In 2011, she set the world record for blind triathletes, shattering both male and female records by over 50 minutes. Her goal is to live an example of someone who has a disability, but is not defined by that lack of ability.
Teresa Kuhn is a respected financial educator, best-selling author, and strategist. She is the president and CEO of Austin, Texas-based Living Wealthy Financial Group as well as the host of Living Wealthy Radio, where she shares her passion for teaching the real truth about how money works. In this podcast we discuss how money is actually created and the ponzi scheme that is our economy. We discuss the ability we all have to create and keep real wealth while staying out of the madness.
Hamilton Souther is a very important person in my life. In addition to being a visionary leader, speaker, renowned master shaman, and a valued advisor to extremely successful and influential people worldwide; He is also the founder of Blue Morpho Tours and the White Morpho Institute where I started my ayahuasca journey. In this podcast we discuss this one time that I’m pretty sure he saved my life, plant medicines and life.
Karen Lynch is a Former SFPD Homicide detective who was one of the first female detectives in San Francisco. Now a retired homicide inspector, she has published a memoir called Good Cop, Bad Daughter about how being raised by a mentally ill mother prepared her for the police force and all of the complicated investigations of which she was a part.
Judy Melinek is a Harvard graduate and trained at UCLA in medicine and pathology, graduating in 1996. Her work at the Office of the Chief Medical Examiner in New York is the subject of her memoir, Working Stiff, which she co-wrote with her husband, TJ Mitchell. Currently Judy is CEO of PathologyExpert Inc., and works as a forensic pathologist in Oakland. She also travels nationally and internationally to lecture on anatomic and forensic pathology and she has been consulted as a forensic expert in many high-profile legal cases, as well as for the television shows E.R. and Myth busters. T.J worked in the film industry before becoming a full-time stay-at-home dad and screenplay consultant in 2000. He and Judy are currently collaborating on First Cut, the debut novel in a medical examiner detective-fiction series, while raising their three children in San Francisco.
Justin Kreibich is an amateur golfer who signed up to play in the North Korean Open in 2014 just to see if he could. There were only 20 players in the field and it was just 1 round. On the 18th tee he was in second place, but the realization of the consequences got in his head. He’s never shared this story with anyone outside of his friends and family…until now.
In my first solocast, I reflect on how I got to 100 and the previous 99 podcasts. With no plan of what I was going to discuss the podcast quickly goes into my philosophy on life, the universe and why optimism should reign. It essentially became a manifesto for my own spun logic. Thank you for everyone that has helped or listened to the podcast. I genuinely appreciate your support.