Dale Murphy joins us to talk about his storied career beginning with the Atlanta Braves, complete with the struggles, turning points, and the many influential people contributing to his success over his 19 year MLB career and beyond. His lessons are impactful for all, sports fan or not.
This week we sit down with professional soccer star Ashley Hatch. From playing for BYU, the USA National team, and NWSL Washington Spirit, her journey alongside her husband and agent, Jeff Van Buren, is a shining example of hard work, dedication, and perseverance.
This week we sit down with Brooke Eliason, better known as Female Foodie. Getting her start in West Yellowstone, Montana, Brooke has made a name for herself creating a bank of restaurant reviews with her team of unbiased foodies. Listen in to hear the story of her long, slow build of turning a passion for food into a business with a national following.
Charlie Bird is known as BYU's most viral Cosmo the Cougar, as well as publicly coming out as being gay. Author of the new book, Without the Mask, Charlie Bird sits down with us to share his inspiring story of coming to terms with his sexual orientation and what that meant for his faith. His mission is now to "spark healing, bridge gaps of understanding and inspire hope."
Days after his narrow victory in Utah's Republican primary election, Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox sits down with us to tell his story. From a farm town in central Utah to a clear path to the Governor's Mansion in Salt Lake City, Lt. Gov. Cox aims his campaigning and governing in a spirit of understanding and positivity.
Brian Hawkins, owner of Tiny House Movement, found himself at the forefront of a cultural shift to tiny homes. From custom builds on wheels and manufacturing container homes, to innovations in financing and functioning as the hub of the tiny home social media presence, Brian does it all. Listen in to hear his amazing story of how it all happened.
Frank Jackson is a rising star in the NBA, currently playing for the New Orleans Pelicans. He joins us to share the details of his journey, from growing up in Utah, playing basketball for Lone Peak High School, decommitting from BYU to be recruited by Duke, and then making it to the NBA.
This week's guest, Isaac Asiata, was a star offensive lineman for the University of Utah, was drafted to the NFL, and made the hard choice to leave football to eventually become a Police Officer for the City of Provo, Utah. His is a unique perspective of being a person of color, now putting his life on the line every day to protect the people of Provo. Listen in and learn as he contributes to today's conversations on race and police.
This week we join the conversation on racism in our country. Special guests Melaina Peterson, Yahosh Bonner, and Tim Drisdom share their shocking experiences and perspectives. Please listen. This is an incredibly serious issue and we all need to open our eyes and take a stand for what is right.
Emily Nelson joins us to share her love of physical and mental wellness, and she tells the innovative story behind her company High Fitness. The fitness program is taking the country by storm, especially as she's been able to reach new audiences on exposure brought by Covid-19.