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049 Art Erickson on moving from transaction to transformation

Art Erickson took the neighborhood of South Minneapolis from being known as “Murder-apolis” to being a thriving center of economic growth and sustainability. He joins Leary and Armin to discuss how his work is entirely dependent on seeing others through the lens of transformation and not transaction.

048 David McIntyre on surviving your wilderness

After spending 66 days in the wilderness as part of The History Channel’s Alone show, Dave McIntyre came away from the experience with a newfound reliance on God’s strength in the absence of his own. He discusses how to survive your personal wilderness, and what you can learn about yourself and God when you do.

047 What’s wrong with a comfort zone?

What’s wrong with a comfort zone? Does a bold idea need to be a leap of faith? Is a comfort zone good or bad? How do you take steps to get out of your comfort zone? Leary and Armin discuss all of these questions, share the pros and cons of comfort zones, and talk about how to know if you aren’t leaving yours enough.

046 Scott Alan Turner on not being a money moron

Scott Alan Turner went from having an $800 a month car payment and a too-big-for-his-wallet mortgage to living a debt-free life and retiring early. This former money moron now helps others live like financial rock stars. He chats with Leary and Armin about how he learned the importance of being aware, in money and in life.

045 Kevin DeVries on trauma misadventures

Kevin DeVries climbed five of the tallest mountains in the world, skied to the North Pole, started and sold business, and went on a hunt to find Noah’s Ark--all to avoid facing his past. Kevin shares his story of having run to the ends of the earth to avoid healing and how God met him with grace right where he was.

044 Wes Yoder on cultivating a life of curiosity

Can curiosity be cultivated? Wes Yoder thinks it can. Raised in an Amish and Mennonite community, it wasn’t until Wes was in his twenties that he realized that he could learn anything he wanted if he pointed his curiosity in the right direction. Now a successful author and founder of a prominent faith-based company, Wes encourages others to connect with their God-given curiosity.

043 Victoria Jackson on laughter in tough times

What happens when a comedian gets breast cancer? She makes a joke about it. Former Saturday Night Live cast member Victoria Jackson shares her story of how laughter in tough times can be its own kind of saving grace. Join her, Leary and Armin to hear how God can use even cancer to spread His Gospel.

042 Ward Brehm on how God changed a jerk

Ward Brehm says he was "a jerk" before God changed his heart and a life. A retired successful businessman, Ward found the love of Christ on a trip to Africa and has never been the same since. He talks with Leary and Armin about how God changed a jerk, as well as the guiding principles he has used to live his life since.

041 Amanda Carroll on the single mom life

Amanda Carroll found herself married, a mother of three, doing a morning show in Washington, D.C., and living what looked like the life of a perfect suburban Christian woman. That all changed when her husband came home from a business trip to say that he was leaving her and their three kids---the youngest of which was only 8 weeks old. Amanda had to start her life over, and now she strives to help other single moms do the same.

040 Jeff Goins on why real artists don’t starve

Ever want to take the leap, quit your job, and pursue your art full time? It’s often tempting for a lot of us, but the phrase “starving artist” pulls most of us back. Jeff Goins joins Leary and Armin to talk about the myth of the starving artist---and how you can pursue your art like so many creatives before you.

039 Five tools to beat distraction

Are you constantly getting knocked off course in the pursuit of your BoldIdea? Do you get distracted easily? Have a long todo list that just never seems to get done? Leary Gates and Armin Assadi share five tools to help you beat distraction and get to work on your BoldIdea.

038 McNair Wilson on creative habits

McNair Wilson has a history of being exceptionally creative. But this former Disney Imagineer, writer, artist, actor, and public speaker thinks everyone is creative---we’re just using the wrong definition. Today on the podcast, McNair chats with Leary and Armin about the essential habits of creative people.

037 Elizabeth Saunders on time management

Elizabeth Saunders has a vision that Christians will stop managing their time and allow God to manage it for them. As someone who has gone through the transition from time management to priority management, Elizabeth chats with Leary and Armin about how doing this will set Christians free---and allow them to be even more effective disciples.

036 Phil Carson on trusting God in business failure

Dr. Phil Carson experienced severe stress-related health issues that led him to seek a more natural cure and livelihood. After losing the business he had built during the 2009 recession, Dr. Carson had to learn to trust God like he never had before --- and he discusses this new perspective on trusting God in business failure with Leary and Armin on the podcast this week.

035 Zoro the Drummer on being unbeatable

Zoro the Drummer wanted to be three things in life: a drummer, a speaker, and a preacher. Raised in Compton by a single mother, the odds were not in his favor. But God’s grace is more than we can imagine, and today Zoro is all three of these and much more. Zoro the Drummer talks with Leary and Armin about how having a vision at a young age made him unbeatable.

034 Ron Edmondson on the myths of leadership

Ron Edmondson has a unique perspective on church leadership, because he wasn’t always a part of it. This former business-owner-turned-lead pastor shares seven myths of leadership with Leary and Armin, and what it means to be an effective leader or manager in God’s kingdom, and why the church isn’t a business---but could take some lessons from the business world.

033 Tim Sanders on being spiritually rich

Tim Sanders has a revolutionary idea for business and life: giving away your love, your time, and your resources to help others is the only way to be truly successful. Tim chats with Leary and Armin about how important it is to give and ask nothing in return, and he shares seven principles for leading a life that is spiritually rich.

032 Kathleen Cooke on the influence of relationships

Kathleen Cooke is someone who is hard to keep up with---she’s an actress, author, speaker, and mentor seeking to connect Christians within Hollywood and beyond. Kathleen chats with Leary and Armin about how important the influence of relationships is in our lives as Christians, whether we’re seeking a new job or trying to carve out space for daily quiet time.

031 Dan Rupple on preparing to be surprised

Dan Rupple is a media strategist and producer, as well as the CEO of Mastermedia International. He works one-on-one with media executives, helping them to understand the Christian audience and serving as an ally and Christian influence and counsel in their lives, both professional and personal. Dan talks with Leary and Armin about the changing media landscape and how Christians can be a part of it, if they are preparing to be surprised.

030 Karen Covell on the world’s most influential mission field

Karen Covell is a producer in the entertainment industry, an author, and founder of the Hollywood Prayer Network. She discusses how Hollywood might just be the Christian churches biggest mission field and how she’s working to bridge the gap between an industry that Christians fear and one that desperately needs Jesus.

029 PJ Jonas on integrating work, faith, and family

PJ Jonas is a writer and small business owner who encourages others in their own family entrepreneurship adventures. In this interview, she chats with Leary and Armin about it means to work hard with a blessing from the Lord and how to integrate homeschooling, owning a business, and raising Godly children into one very full life.

028 Mark Goblowksy on enduring hard times

Mark Goblowsky is a martial artist, author, and podcast host as well as a veteran of the U.S. Air Force. After his son suffered a tragic brain injury, Mark had to learn to have faith in God even while walking through the hardest of times. Mark shares with Leary and Armin how this journey has changed him as a person and how he has turned his pain into a bold idea to help others.

027 Chris Fabry on the reason for your bold idea

Chris Fabry is an award-winning author of more than 80 books and a Moody Radio talk show host. After an unexpected financial and physical setback, he and his family had to learn to walk in faith toward what God had for them next. He joins Leary and Armin to discuss how false humility can often keep Christians from following their bold idea, and what he thinks you should do instead.

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