We're joined by two of the Shine Cosmetics creators, Chandler Taylor and Darcey Wilde. Outraged by the hyper-sexualization of women, even in mainstream cosmetics, their mission is to build an uplifting and empowering brand, backed by superior quality cosmetics. They truly live by the motto that "Nobody can create or define your beauty but you."
Joining us today are kitchen specialist and business savvy sisters Heather Smith and Candace Heward. The Orson Gygi Company was founded in 1945 by their great-grandfather, Orson H. Gygi. Even when faced with tragedy in 1998 when an arson burned down their building, the company strategically rose from the ashes, further strengthening the family legacy.
From when she was 8 years old, Kristin Hodson knew her calling was in social work. Today she improves and heals lives through teaching healthy sexuality as a Certified Sex Therapist. Listen to her message and be empowered in your relationships.
Joining us today are Natalie Madsen and Stacey Harkey, two of the founding members of JK Studios, the online media company bringing us hilarious, family-friendly comedic content. Known for getting their start with BYUtv's Studio C, Natalie and Stacey share their stories of finding the industry and how they hope to influence people for the better along their path.
The hilarious Cydni Beer joins us this week to share her story. From her small town beginnings in Arizona to why she took to social media with her humor, she shares it all. She's a freelance content creator and humorist converting her life experiences into highly consumable comedy, 140 characters at a time.
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.