Tune in each week to hear life-changing insights from amazing guests.

AYA 021 Trust yourself, Be yourself, and don’t worry about making everyone happy with Willie Baronet

By Yuri Cataldo | Oct 13, 2016 |

Creativity is like washing a pig. It’s messy. It has no rules. No clear beginning, middle or end. It’s kind of a pain in the ass, and when you’re done, you’re not sure if the pig is really clean or even why you were washing a pig in the first place.— Luke Sullivan, author of…

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AYA 020 There is always more where that came from with Jillian Speece

By Yuri Cataldo | Oct 6, 2016 |

Jillian Speece and her husband Nathaniel are from my hometown of South Bend, Indiana and have been making music together since they met in high school. When they first started playing music they would approach local restaurants and talk them into letting them play in a spare room with the promise of bringing in a…

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AYA 019 Never let the lyric get in the way of the groove with ALLEE WILLIS

By Yuri Cataldo | Sep 29, 2016 |

“I don’t believe in being a tortured artist. There are times where you will be in the middle of it and it will feel torturous It’s up to you to decide how you’re going to get through it.” I could sit and listen to Allee tell stories about her life for hours. She was generous…

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AYA 018 If you’re ambitious anything is possible with Nicole Gallub

By Yuri Cataldo | Sep 22, 2016 |

What happens when you realize your day job as a White Hat Information Systems security specialist working for the government isn’t as interesting as you thought it would be? If you’re like my friend Nicole Gallub you moonlight as a DJ and get paid to travel around the world. After you find out your manager…

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AYA 017 How To Bootstrap A Museum With Sam Aquillano

By Yuri Cataldo | Sep 13, 2016 |

Sam Aquillano is an Industrial Designer and Founder of The Design Museum Foundation. “My advice to any entrepreneur is to get a co-founder and open up to your friends and family about what you’re about to do.” – Sam Aquillano What does it take to launch a museum from scratch? If you’re like me you…

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AYA 016 You’ve got to take massive imperfect action if you want to change your life with Matt Peet

By Yuri Cataldo | Sep 6, 2016 |

videographer, photographer, podcaster who teaches people how to make money with their camera. Matt is a videographer, photographer, and podcaster who wants to help others make money from their camera. In this episode, we speak at length about how he started his videography company, what he does to overcome his fear of public speaking and…

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AYA 015 Mike Veny – Mental Health Speaker and Drummer

By Yuri Cataldo | Aug 29, 2016 |

My guest this week is mental health speaker and high-energy drum circle facilitator Mike Veny (@MikeVeny). Mike and I spend a lot of time speaking on this episode about how he runs his business, (hint: he thinks like McDonald’s) as well as the importance of good mental health, and how he overcame his own challenges…

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Ep14 Wyland – It takes the same amount of effort to think big or think small

By Yuri Cataldo | Aug 1, 2016 |

Wyland: Art, Community, Conservation “One person can make a difference…be that person.” Renowned marine life artist Wyland changed the way people think about our environment when he started painting life-size whales on the sides of buildings in the 1980s. Wyland always thought big. And he never stopped. Today, the Wyland name has become synonymous with…

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AYA 013 Isabelle Rizo -Turning Lifestyle Design To Art

By Yuri Cataldo | Jul 25, 2016 |

Isabelle Rizo Speaker. Digital Storytelling Consultant. YOU ARE ONLY AS INTERESTING AS THE STORIES YOU TELL. Are you clear on your purpose? Your big WHY? Your brand? If not, you need Isabelle Rizo Isabelle Rizo is a singularity storytelling, consultant, and speaker who has been featured on Entrepreneur, LifeHack, and UnCollege. She brings together technology,…

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AYA 012 Jennifer Edwards – facilitator, writer, choreographer, educator, and organizational development specialist

By Yuri Cataldo | Jul 18, 2016 |

Jennifer Edwards – artist, facilitator, writer, choreographer, educator, and organizational development specialist Artists, what is the value of your art? I challenge students and peers – and now you – to drop the easy, untrue notion that the arts are intrinsically valuable. For if we cannot define and claim our value, service, and impact, no…

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