Zach Bush, MD is one of the few triple board certified physicians in the country, with specialties of Internal Medicine, Endocrinology and Metabolism, and Hospice and Palliative care. President of the Student body at the University of Colorado, then Chief Resident at the University of Virginia, his achievements include award-winning cell biology, clinical care, and medical education. We dive into topics like how we have been on an unsustainable journey to date, Dr. Bush's transition from academia and medicine to The Revolution Health Center, the harmful nature of the "medical toolbox", the shocking truth of the medical industry, Dr. Bush's journey through different disciplines of medicine Vitamin A as an effective cancer therapy, coming to the point where you ask "What do I know for sure?", the astonishing truth of the current state of food, an insight into "an autistic generation", a brief evolution of agriculture and soil, when a plant becomes nutrient deplete it becomes disease vulnerable and how we responded with more chemicals, and so much more.
Jason Treu is a top business and executive coach and sales leadership trainer. He’s a leading expert on leadership, culture, influence, and relationship building. He helps his clients get unstuck and find their purpose, put the passion back in their lives, create additional wealth, and build key skill sets to take their business and career to the highest levels. He's worked with well-known CEOs such as Steve Jobs, Mark Hurd at Hewlett Packard, and many others. He's helped his clients meet influencers such as Tim Cook, Bill Gates, Richard Branson and many others. Jason’s bestselling book, Social Wealth - the how-to-guide on building personal and professional relationships, has sold more than 36,000 copies and has been #1 in four business and self-help categories. We dive into topics like how he followed his next passion in technology, building a business around coaching and content, the winding road of entrepreneurial adventures and making tough decisions, overcoming the voices in our head, what really is social capital and social wealth, being interested instead of interesting, focusing on the spirit of service and lead with giving, nonverbal communication and micro-expressions, and so much more.
Ryland Engelhart is a Co-Owner and the CIO Chief Inspiration Officer of Cafe Gratitude. He is dedicated to culturing love, community and sustainability in the work place. He also has founded a non-profit called Kiss The Ground that’s mission is to inspire educate and rebuild our soils to restore human and planetary health. He was co-creator of an award winning transformational Documentary Film, called “May I Be Frank”. As an activist, inspirational speaker, and life coach he leads workshops on sacred commerce, relationships and communication. We dive into topics like the unique environment, mission and greater purpose behind Cafe Gratitude, Ryland's role as Chief Inspiration Officer at Cafe Gratitude, How the question of the day creates the unique environment at the Cafe, cultivating mindfulness and being virtuous in the work culture, communicating through acknowledgement and appreciation, how soil is the greatest store house for carbon, how carbon farming and regenerative agriculture works, and so much MORE.
Corey Allan (if you want to be formal it’s Dr. Corey Allan, but he's usually pretty casual) Corey is a husband, father, author, speaker, as well as a Marriage and Family Therapist and a Licensed Professional Counselor with a Ph.D. in Family Therapy. He has a private practice in McKinney, TX and is the founder of simplemarriage.net, an online resource aimed at helping marriages not just survive, but thrive as well as Sexy Marriage Radio - a weekly show aimed at heating up the marriage bed. Love is a process, not just a feeling. It produces action. Added to this, life is a choice (so is marriage). Therefore Corey works to help people grow deeper Spiritually, keep it simple, be passionate, live in community with others (and) enjoy the ride. To sum up: Marriage is more about becoming a better human than it is about the two people being happy. So when you keep things simple, you are in a better position to experience more in marriage and in life.