By Christina Noel & Alisa Herr
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Each episode we bring you interviews with inspiring guests who are blazing new trails in driving positive change. Our goal is to share these stories in such a way that it both inspires and entertains you. The last thing the world needs is another boring podcast!
||CleanIntroducing Arc Benders||Challenging you to be bold enough to live an extraordinary life with impact||1/1/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean3: Scottish Soccer Hooligans + Prioritizing People + Designing Your Life | Caitlin Kawaguchi||Caitlin Kawaguchi, Social Impact & Communications Strategist||2/13/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean2: Progress > Perfection + Insomnia + Building Innovation | James Casper, founder of Baya Build||James Casper, founder of Baya Build||1/30/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
||Explicit1: Getting Honest + Dead Squirrels + Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion | Dr. Tiffany Jana, CEO of TMI Portfolio||Dr. Tiffany Jana, CEO of TMI Portfolio||1/16/2019||Free||View in iTunes|
I Actually Know These People!!!
So, to be honest - I went into listening to this Podcast kinda with the same "energy" that I do with ANY podcast that I listen to...that "energy" can be described as me wanting to listen and pay attention, but I'm probably multi-tasking, so it's "hit or miss" in terms of the impact of the Podcast or program I'm trying to listening to. With Arc Benders this morning, I felt compelled to listen because of the connection I share with the hosts - I know them! But, this morning - like all mornings - I still knew I would be in my normal "energy" mode of "doing stuff" while listening. I started down my normal road of checking emails while listening to Arc Benders, but then something happened - I removed my hand from the mouse and grabbed the coffee instead! I actually started listening, laughing, going "uh-huh" and "right on!". Crazy, right? Well, I think I know why (and this is for the other listeners out there): yes, I know the hosts, so you could probably argue a "sense of obligation" for me even being here...but, as I listened, I started to hear the SAME traits, characteristics, beliefs, purpose, and overall "good" from the people I've already come to know and respect. That's important to me - KNOWING that the people I am listening to are honest and sincere about what they are saying, standing for. That could play a part into why I often multi-task when listening to others - I take what I can grab when I hear something, but I've never developed into a podcast "fan" for fear of taking advice from someone living in a bunker (no offense). I could go on and on about this, but I'll stop short by saying that Christina and Alisa LIVE THIS - they are "about that life" that they speak of. To see these folks on a daily basis strive to make the world a better place - then to see this Podcast come to life through an honest representation of what they do - is truly refreshing...and provides me with a bit of relief knowing that there are people (not only them) who are really trying to do whatever they can to make this place better. I'm just glad I actually know these people! LOL! I love the Podcast! Congratulations to the Hosts for getting this done! And keep 'em coming!
A down to earth, inspiring podcast
I’ve been following this team since they got started and love how they are filling the void in a much need area of inspiring (and entertaining) everyday people to break out of their molds, take on the mystery of how to actually make change happen, and experience the support, community, and levity that can come from incorporating this work into ones life. I’m looking forward to laughs, solutions, and real talk about arc bending!
Soul-filling Podcast That Inspires Initiative
Christina and Alisa are like a powerful educational enzyme with the warmth of a Golden Retriever coupled with the “go out and make good things happen” of a Scottish soccer hooligan. Arc Benders is a great podcast for anyone looking to find purpose on an individual or organizational level. Keep up the great work!