Sounds Good with Branden Harvey

Sounds Good with Branden Harvey
Sounds Good With Branden Harvey is a weekly podcast hosting hopeful conversations with optimists and world-changers about the unique experiences that drive them to use their influence for good.
Sarah Corbett — The Art of Gentle Protest
Apr 16 • 58 min
What does a gentler form of protest look like? Could it be uniquely effective? Sarah Corbett, TEDx speaker, author, and activist of 30 years has perfected the art of gentle protest.
Jonny Sun — The Strange Hope of Being an Alien
Apr 8 • 53 min
From projects with Lin Manuel Miranda, to writing for Netflix’s BoJack Horseman — from illustrating a book about an aliebn, to getting a master’s degree from Yale, Jonny Sun is doing it all. Somehow he’s also maintaining a humble approach to infusing a…
Tyson Motsenbocker — Walking Through Doubt
Apr 2 • 69 min
Currently touring with Switchfoot and Colony House, Tyson Motsenbocker is a songwriter and guitarist living in San Diego, California.
Celebrating 3 Years of Sounds Good!
Mar 25 • 10 min
Branden Harvey jumps in with a short episode to share some exciting personal news, celebrate three years of making Sounds Good, and highlighting what’s ahead for Year 4 of the podcast.
Nadya Okamoto — Google Stuff and Just Do It
Feb 18 • 40 min
Nadya Okamoto founded PERIOD at the age of 16, and so Branden and Nadya talk about periods and how to make a difference while you’re young.
Pantsuit Politics — How to Have Conversations About Politics
Feb 11 • 35 min
Sarah Stewart Holland and Beth Silvers launched their podcast, Pantsuit Politics, in November of 2015 with the goal of listening to each other first, and talking politics second — even though Sarah is on the left of the political spectrum and Beth is on…
Rob Greenfield — How to Be the Change in a Messed up World
Feb 4 • 54 min
He wore his own trash for 30 days. He built tiny houses for the homeless. He dumpster dived for food. And now he’s committing to only eat food he’s grown and foraged himself for an entire year. All for the sake of making the world a better place and…
Andy J. Miller — Making Art and Doing Good
Jan 28 • 56 min
Andy J. Pizza is an illustrator and podcaster. In this episode, Andy shares the story of his relationship with his mother, how ADHD has affected his life, and how Modest Mouse brought him out of a very dark place.
Matt Haig — How to Overcome Anxiety in a 24/7 Modern World
Jan 21 • 63 min
Author of Reasons to Stay Alive, How to Stop Time, and Notes on a Nervous Planet, and experiencing anxiety and depression himself, Matt Haig will be the first to tell you he believes the 24/7 modern world we’re living in is messing with our minds. But he…
Kate Manser — You Might Die Tomorrow
Jan 14 • 38 min
At the age of 27, Kate Manser was working at Google when she had a number of people close to her die young and unexpectedly. It sent her into a tailspin of fear and anxiety, processing her own death one day. That is, until she slowly pivoted toward seeing…
Joanna Waterfall — Helping Entrepreneurs Feel Less Alone
Jan 7 • 57 min
Joanna Waterfall is the founder of Yellow Co. whose mission is to equip and inspire creative, entrepreneurial women to become agents of good.
Erica Mandy — Making the News Better
Dec 31, 2018 • 54 min
Erica Mandy left her six-figure ‘dream job’ as a TV news reporter in Los Angeles, the second largest news market in the country, all because of two things: 1) She kept hearing from people that they were tuning out news all together because it was too…
Brandi Lea — Healed People Heal People
Dec 24, 2018 • 77 min
Brandi Lea loves people in incredible ways. She’s the co-founder of Beauty for Ashes Uganda, a nonprofit organization working toward long-term sustainable development and deep healing for single mothers and widows in Uganda.
Shantell Martin — How to Find Your Way to Yay
Dec 17, 2018 • 48 min
She creates art for Casey Neistat and Kendrick Lamar. Her unique stream-of-consciousness line-drawings are on display in the Brooklyn Museum and the Museum of the Contemporary African Diaspora. Her name is Shantell Martin and she uses are to ask key…
Dwayne Reed — Teaching, Rapping, and Building Relationships
Dec 10, 2018 • 59 min
Discovered by Pharrell Williams and seen on Good Morning America, Dwayne Reed is the rapping teacher from Chicago responsible for the viral hit, Welcome to the 4th Grade. Dwayne, or as he’s called in his classroom: Mr. Reed, genuinely cares about his…
Jessica Honegger — Imperfect Courage
Nov 26, 2018 • 51 min
In 2015, Inc. Magazine recognized Noonday Collection as one of the fastest-growing companies in America. But years earlier, as Jessica Honegger stood at a pawn-shop counter in Austin, Texas, and handed over her grandmother’s gold jewelry, her goal was…
Morgan Harper Nichols — Encouraging People on Their Journeys
Nov 19, 2018 • 48 min
You’ve seen her poetry and art on Instagram, but you may not know the backstory behind the colorful creations she shares. Morgan has made her life’s work about creating for the stories of others, through music, words, art, and design.
Richard Casper — Veterans, PTSD, and the Healing Power of Art
Nov 12, 2018 • 73 min
Going from a small-town boy to protecting the President to serving as a Marine Corps infantryman in Iraq to experiencing post-traumatic stress and eventually to becoming an artist and a nonprofit founder, Richard Casper has a unique and powerful story to…
Gustavo Guerrero — What Brings Us Together
Nov 5, 2018 • 83 min
As a DREAMer, Gustavo Guerrero is passionate about advocating for human rights, immigration reform, and civil and political rights. As a musician, Gustavo has found a tool to build empathy and understanding, and remind people that they matter — whether…
Nirrimi Firebrace — Creating Hope in the Heartbreak
Oct 29, 2018 • 62 min
Nirrimi Firebrace is an award-winning Australian photographer and writer who catapulted into the public eye when she was just a teenager because of the unique way she shares her story through photos and words online. Nirrimi runs a popular blog called…
Devin Allen — Leaving a Legacy of Justice and Art
Oct 22, 2018 • 79 min
In 2015 when protests broke out in Baltimore in response to the death of Freddie Gray, photographer and activist Devin Allen was one of the first photographers on the scene to share his photos with the world. And now over a year after his rise to fame,…
Gary Haugen — Ending Slavery in Our Lifetime
Oct 15, 2018 • 49 min
As founder of International Justice Mission, Gary Haugen fights the chronically neglected global epidemic of violence against the poor. In this conversation, Branden and Gary go behind the curtain and dive deep into the story International Justice…
Scott Harrison — Work That Has No End
Oct 8, 2018 • 104 min
In 2006, with no money and less than no experience, Harrison founded charity: water. Today, his organization has raised over $300 million to bring clean drinking water to more than 8.2 million people around the globe. In this conversation, Branden and…
Ryan Cummins — Making Charity Go Viral
Oct 1, 2018 • 55 min
Founding Omaze with his business partner Matt, CEO and co-founder Ryan Cummins is responsible for the online platform known for raising hundreds of millions of dollars for charity by raffling once-in-a-lifetime experiences. In this conversation, Branden…
Kendall Ciesemier — Amplifying Voices and Disrupting the Status Quo
Sep 24, 2018 • 66 min
Kim Kardashian West took note of the powerful story Kendall Ciesemier broke on Alice Marie Johnson, an undeniably groundbreaking step toward exposing an injustice and leading to Alice’s freedom from prison. In this conversation, Branden and Kendall dive…
Jamie Tworkowski — Bringing Your Heart into Everything
Sep 17, 2018 • 51 min
Jamie is the founder of To Write Love on Her Arms and the New York Times bestselling author of ‘If You Feel Too Much’. In this conversation, Branden and Jamie get real and personal about the cost of putting everything into your work, moving courageously…
CJ Casciotta — Getting Weird and Making a Difference
Sep 10, 2018 • 50 min
What if the secret about making a difference was getting weird? Author, speaker, and media producer, CJ Casciotta, has passionately given himself over to this idea. In this conversation, Branden and CJ talk about his newly released book: ‘Get Weird:…
DeRay Mckesson — The Case for Hope
Sep 3, 2018 • 41 min
Civil rights activist, teacher, and author, DeRay Mckesson thinks hope is the belief that tomorrow can be better than today. In this conversation, Branden and DeRay talk about his book ‘On the Other Side of Freedom’ and his personal journey of advocacy…
Ben Higgins — Leaning Into Generosity Wherever You Are
Aug 27, 2018 • 65 min
In this conversation, Branden and Ben unpack what it means to lead a life of purpose and generosity, the importance of getting angry about injustice, the burden of fame, humanitarian work, and living into the questions that inevitably come with faith.
Lisa Gungor — Opening Your Eyes to Wonder
Aug 20, 2018 • 59 min
In this conversation, Branden and Lisa talk about her process of writing her latest book, The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen. She also unravels what it means to hit rock bottom, understand what suffering is, feel what love can do, and continue to open our…
Barrett Ward — Creating Sustainable Change and Second Chances
Aug 13, 2018 • 45 min
In this conversation, Branden and Barrett unpack the importance of making an impact where it matters most, building a company based on radical transparency and second chances, and the importance of fostering an attitude of gratitude in your sphere.
Jodi Ettenberg — A Nomad’s Journey of Painful Surrender
Aug 6, 2018 • 66 min
Jodi Ettenberg is a Canadian ex-lawyer who later discovered her passion in the world of food and travel. A decade later, because of a crazy unfortunate turn of events involving a spinal tap, Jodi is left wondering if she’ll ever be able to live her life…
Ben Nemtin — Making the Impossible Possible
Jul 30, 2018 • 73 min
In a pit of depression, Canadian producer, writer, speaker, Ben Nemtin, and his three best friends decided to create the world’s greatest bucket list to make them feel alive. In this conversation, Branden and Ben dive deep into how to make the impossible…
R.LUM.R — Sharing the Scars Behind Our Successes
Jul 23, 2018 • 59 min
From his humble beginnings in Bradenton, Florida, R&B singer and classical guitarist Reggie Williams Jr. never expected his side project R.LUM.R to blow up. In this conversation, Branden and R.LUM.R fearlessly unpack the scars behind his successes and…
Mike Donehey — Refusing to Let Your Platform Get in the Way of Speaking Truth
Jul 16, 2018 • 55 min
Mike Donehey is and singer, songwriter and guitarist primarily known for his work as lead singer in the Christian rock band Tenth Avenue North. In this conversation, Branden and Mike dive deep into matters of faith, balancing your personal life while…
Benjamin Von Wong — Using Art to Make People Care
Jul 9, 2018 • 48 min
Benjamin Von Wong is a world-renowned photographer who decided to use his talents to make a difference. He never set out to be a photographer, and he became one almost by accident. Nevertheless, in the space of the past 5 years since he quit his day job…
Brooke Shaden — Art as a Mirror for the Creator and Observer
Jul 2, 2018 • 41 min
Is the process of creating art more about becoming a mirror for the creator or the observer? Fine art photographer, Brooke Shaden, has explored this question for the better portion of her life and found the nuanced answer inside her own powerful story.
Amobi Okugo — Guiding the Next Generation of Athletes
Jun 25, 2018 • 30 min
Nigerian American Amobi Okugo is a professional soccer player (now a reserve for Major League Soccer’s Portland Timbers), who is passionate about athletes taking control of their financial lives. After watching so many athletes go broke, he started an…
Amber Rae — Courageously Befriending Our Emotions
Jun 11, 2018 • 47 min
Called “The Brené Brown of Wonder” by Mind Body Green and a “Millennial Motivator” by Fortune, Amber Rae is an author, artist, and speaker whose work invites you to live your truth, befriend your emotions, and express your gifts.
Shawn Askinosie — Our Vocation as a Force for Good
Jun 4, 2018 • 47 min
In 2005, Shawn Askinosie left a successful career as a criminal defense lawyer to start a bean-to-bar chocolate factory, Askinosie Chocolate, and never looked back.
Jacqueline Whitney — Sharing Your Story While It’s Still Messy
May 28, 2018 • 46 min
Jacqueline Whitney had a plan for her life. As a teenager, she was great at school, great at volleyball, and knew those would take her down her dream path. Everything changed when a series of injuries affected her ability to exercise for more than a few…
Kristine Carlson — From Heartbreak to Wholeness
May 21, 2018 • 54 min
After the tragic and unexpected loss of her husband, Kristine Carlson resolved to find hope in the midst of heartache and her life has never been the same since. Kristine Carlson is a New York Times bestselling author, speaker, and leader in the field of…
Rob Lawless — The Untapped Value of Human Connection
May 14, 2018 • 45 min
Rob Lawless set out to meet 10,000 people for 1 hour each in November of 2015. He wanted to learn about others’ lives and see what comes of opening doors for no particular reason.
Grace Bonney — Building Communities with Curiosity
May 7, 2018 • 44 min
Founder of Design Sponge, Grace Bonney, believes that curiosity allows you to find deeper meaning inside whatever community you’ve found yourself in. This belief has altered her life in profound and impactful ways ever since she started building her own…
Miles Adcox — Why Empathy and Self-Awareness Change Everything
Apr 30, 2018 • 48 min
Miles Adcox lives by these ideas: Empathy over action, love over agenda, and grace over advice. He is a speaker, writer, and CEO/Owner of Onsite — an extended care center for emotional trauma & co-dependency located in the rolling hills outside of…
Anjali Pinto — What Grieving Teaches Us About the Human Story
Apr 23, 2018 • 54 min
After photographer Anjali Pinto’s husband died suddenly at age 30, she didn’t turn inward. She turned to Instagram. Over the course of the past year and a half, those Instagram posts—one a day, every day—have become a kind of documentary project: a…
Scott Hamilton — How Adversity Paves the Way for Our Purpose
Apr 16, 2018 • 69 min
Olympic figure skater Scott Hamilton’s wake-up call came at the breaking point of his life — losing his mom to cancer. Today, the most recognized male figure-skating star in the world, Scott Hamilton has won 70 titles, awards and honors including an…
Tiffany Mitchell — Creating as an Act of Radical Vulnerability
Apr 9, 2018 • 48 min
Tiffany Mitchell is a photographer, writer, visual storyteller, and advocate for the power of vulnerability.
Justin Zoradi — How to Build, Empower, and Let Go of Work That Matters
Apr 2, 2018 • 56 min
Award winning social entrepreneur Justin Zoradi’s important work began the day he decided to no longer deny opportunities to others that he demanded for himself.
Ali Nelson — The Messy Magic of Making Things
Mar 19, 2018 • 74 min
Multidisciplinary artist, entrepreneur and creative activist Ali Nelson didn’t always think of herself as an artist. But in 2008, everything changed with a series of tragic events.
Allison Fallon — Becoming a Force of Love and Change in the World
Mar 12, 2018 • 56 min
Author and speaker Allison Fallon is someone who has lived into this idea that telling the truth about yourself is the hardest thing we can do, but the beginning of something really beautiful. Her newest book tells the shocking, personal story of a marria
Theron Humphrey — Creating Out of a Place of Belonging
Mar 5, 2018 • 41 min
Do you believe that a broken heart could be the catalyst for most things we create and move toward in our lives? For photographer and world-traveler Theron Humphrey, this statement has been one of the truest statements for the trajectory of his life. And…
Ilwad Elman — Passing Down a Legacy of Peacemaking
Feb 26, 2018 • 47 min
In 2010 the conflict in Somalia was raging heavily and the majority of Mogadishu and the South Central Regions of Somalia were lost to the control of the Al-Qaeda linked terrorist group al-Shabab. Ilwad Elman, living in Canada at the time, left the safety
Linda Sarsour — Fighting for All
Feb 19, 2018 • 51 min
How do we maintain resilience and consistency in the midst of opposition? The Women’s March was the largest single-day protest in US history—bringing together more than 3.3 million people in 500 US cities. And Linda Sarsour, a rising household name in
Esmé Wang — Living with Ambition Despite Limitation
Feb 12, 2018 • 43 min
Award-winning writer Esmé Wang knows from personal experience how tough it is to be ambitious and deal with limitation. She is a woman who lives with chronic illness, including late-stage Lyme disease and schizoaffective disorder. However, just because y
Becca Stevens — Love as the Most Powerful Force for Change
Feb 5, 2018 • 45 min
What happens when we face the rough edges of our hearts and begin to heal? And secondly, how do we become a part of the healing we so long for? Both questions require love, community and a space for healing. Becca Stevens believes that if you can trust th
Meera Lee Patel — Making Friends with Your Fear
Jan 29, 2018 • 42 min
What if our deepest fears are shining guideposts, lighting the way to what we truly want in life? Instead of pushing them aside, what happens if we begin listening to our fears — and allow them to lead us bravely into the unknown? Author and illustrator
Dana Falsetti — Self-Awareness as Our Most Important Work
Jan 22, 2018 • 40 min
Dana Falsetti believes that we are so much more than our bodies or anyone’s opinion of it. We have too much to offer and too much important work to do to spend time worrying about catching up to society’s standards that all-too-often silence our self-
Natalie Norton — Sticking Around for the Miracle
Jan 15, 2018 • 75 min
Author, speaker, and life coach Natalie Norton believes that suffering is the great human equalizer. Natalie’s own story is no stranger to inextricable pain. An unbelievably painful sequence of events is a mapping of Natalie’s life that, miraculously,
Sarah Corbett — The Art of Gentle Protest
Jan 1, 2018 • 57 min
Today, there are good reasons to doubt the effectiveness of many elements of conventional activism—oftentimes marked by aggression, extreme extroversion and violence. Award-winning campaigner Sarah Corbett started looking for alternatives that appealed
Jenna Kutcher — Showing the Real, Not the Highlight Reel
Dec 18, 2017 • 44 min
Our ability to empathize, belong and love rests on our willingness to be vulnerable. Photographer, educator and artist Jenna Kutcher is passionate about how our social media feeds (more than ever before) affect us and should be used to show something deep
Liz Vice — Seeing Our Calling as an Invitation
Dec 4, 2017 • 57 min
Most of us become impatient in the process and loathe uncertainty, right? However, R&B singer and film producer Liz Vice has reconciled this truth in a profound way by learning to soar despite roadblocks in her story. While battling with an autoimmune dis
Flynn Coleman — Letting Go of the Need to Save Everything
Nov 27, 2017 • 38 min
Meet Flynn Coleman, a modern-day wonder woman in the world of advocacy. She’s an international human rights lawyer, educator, author and CEO of Malena, a socially conscious fashion line that focuses on empowering women artisans around the world. She has
Nigel Poor — Why Finding Commonality Can Change the World
Nov 20, 2017 • 46 min
Co-creator of the hit podcast Ear Hustle, and social activist and artist, Nigel Poor, is rallying a belief that ‘commonality’ and ‘compassion’ might be some of the most powerful forces on Earth. Every single day, it feels like the media and politi
Chewbacca Mom — Laughing Your Way Towards Defiant Joy
Nov 13, 2017 • 42 min
Her name is Candace Payne but the world knows her better as “Chewbacca Mom” after a Facebook Live video of her wearing a Chewbacca mask went viral (like, super viral, with hundreds of millions of views) and made lots of people laugh. However, there is
Amena Brown — Finding Inspiration on the Mountain and in the Mundane
Nov 6, 2017 • 43 min
Does it ever feel like our souls hold massive record collections: melodies, rhythms and bass lines? Memories that ask you to dance and memories that haunt you in a minor key? Lies that become soundtracks to your days while truths play too softly to be hea
Abby Falik — How Travel Exposes the Nerve You Can’t Ignore
Oct 30, 2017 • 48 min
Why is travel so important? What is the unique power of global experiences taking us outside our comfort zones and shaping our empathy? Is there a way we can make our impact ‘real good’ instead of ‘feel good’? Abby Falik has devoted her life to th
Firuzeh Mahmoudi — Why Activism is the Same as Breathing
Oct 23, 2017 • 67 min
The 1979 Iranian revolution radically shaped who Firuzeh Mahmoudi is today. When protests erupted in Iran again in 2009, Firuzeh — with no prior experience — organized concurrent rallies in 110 cities in support of the Iranian protesters – the large
Dr. Tererai Trent — Awakening the Sacred Dream Inside of Us
Oct 16, 2017 • 51 min
Before Dr. Tererai Trent became Oprah’s “favorite guest of all time,” she was a woman with a forgotten dream and a profound desire to recreate our world for the better.
Clint Smith — How More Understanding Activates Real Hope
Oct 9, 2017 • 49 min
Clint Smith is a poet whose work goes beyond passion and straight into the world of social engagement — his work creatively invites his listeners out of ignorance and into the world of a real and authentic kind of empathy.
Kevin and Blake Walsh — Choosing to Stay Until Tomorrow
Oct 2, 2017 • 52 min
Seconds before Kevin Walsh was about to attempt suicide in 2007, he received an unexpected phone call from his first crush, Blake. That phone call saved his life. Now, a decade later, the two are married.
Cody Goldberg — Play as a Form of Radical Inclusion
Sep 25, 2017 • 56 min
Play as a Form of Radical Inclusion with Cody Goldberg
Adam Foss — Making an Impact From Inside a Broken System
Sep 18, 2017 • 51 min
Making an Impact From Inside a Broken System with Adam Foss
Drake White — A Roadmap to Your Ideal Self
Sep 11, 2017 • 41 min
A Roadmap to Your Ideal Self with Drake White
Pantsuit Politics — Setting Out to Find the Nuance Again
Sep 4, 2017 • 56 min
Setting Out to Find the Nuance Again with Pantsuit Politics
Dylan Marron — How to Have Conversations With People Who Hate You
Aug 28, 2017 • 51 min
How to Have Conversations With People Who Hate You with Dylan Marron
Anis Mojgani — Finding Your Way Back to Being Human
Aug 21, 2017 • 59 min
Finding Your Way Back to Being Human with Anis Mojgani
WeRateDogs — Wielding Twitter as a Joy Outlet
Aug 14, 2017 • 55 min
Wielding Twitter as a Joy Outlet with WeRateDogs
Noor Tagouri — Breaking the Glass Ceiling with a Hijab
Aug 7, 2017 • 45 min
Breaking the Glass Ceiling with a Hijab with Noor Tagouri
John Jacobs — Life Isn’t Perfect, But Life is Good
Jul 31, 2017 • 67 min
Life Isn’t Perfect, But Life is Good with John Jacobs
Ashley LeMieux — Holding Sorrow and Joy in the Same Hand
Jul 24, 2017 • 56 min
Holding Sorrow and Joy in the Same Hand with Ashley LeMieux
Zim Ugochukwu — Cultivating a Love for Curiosity and Travel
Jul 17, 2017 • 51 min
Cultivating a Love for Curiosity and Travel with Zim Ugochukwu
Shantell Martin — How to Find Your Way to Yay
Jul 10, 2017 • 45 min
How to Find Your Way to Yay with Shantell Martin
Jonny Sun — The Strange Hope of Being an Alien
Jul 3, 2017 • 54 min
The Strange Hope of Being an Alien with Jonny Sun
Eric Holthaus — Recognizing the Human Story in Weather
Jun 26, 2017 • 32 min
Recognizing the Human Story in Weather with Eric Holthaus
Rick Hanson — The Neuroscience of Good and Bad News
Jun 12, 2017 • 58 min
The Neuroscience of Good and Bad News with Rick Hanson
Yonathan Moya — Humanizing the Mexico/U.S. Border
Jun 5, 2017 • 51 min
Humanizing the Mexico/U.S. Border with Yonathan Moya
Stephen Kenn — Objects as a Gateway to Connection
May 29, 2017 • 42 min
Objects as a Gateway to Connection with Stephen Kenn
Ahmed Badr — Challenging the Refugee Narrative
May 22, 2017 • 39 min
Challenging the Refugee Narrative with Ahmed Badr
Ken Wytsma — Exposing the Myth of Equality
May 15, 2017 • 60 min
Exposing the Myth of Equality With Ken Wytsma
Sara Li — Raising Your Voice to Start a Movement
May 7, 2017 • 33 min
Raising Your Voice to Start a Movement with Sara Li
Jeremy Courtney — Unmaking Violence with Preemptive Love
May 1, 2017 • 46 min
Unmaking Violence with Preemptive Love with Jeremy Courtney
TJ Martin & Dan Lindsay — Empathy as an Artform
Apr 24, 2017 • 45 min
Empathy as an Artform — TJ Martin & Dan Lindsay
Kellie Haddock — Getting to the Other Side of Tragedy
Apr 17, 2017 • 49 min
Getting to the Other Side of Tragedy — Kellie Haddock
Liz Bohannon — Crossing the Point of No Return
Apr 10, 2017 • 72 min
Crossing the Point of No Return — Liz Bohannon
Orly Wahba — Using Kindness to Empower Others
Apr 3, 2017 • 70 min
Using Kindness to Empower Others with Orly Wahba
Leah Nobel — Having Conversations with 100 Strangers
Mar 27, 2017 • 48 min
Having Conversations with 100 Strangers with Leah Nobel
Katie Meyler — Bringing Dignity to Death in the Ebola Crisis
Mar 20, 2017 • 77 min
Bringing Dignity to Death in the Ebola Crisis with Katie Meyler
Branden Harvey - Why I Believe in Good News
Mar 13, 2017 • 60 min
Why I Believe in Good News with Branden Harvey
Amber Rae — Choosing Wonder Over Worry
Mar 6, 2017 • 53 min
Choosing Wonder Over Worry with Amber Rae
Zach Houghton — Traveling with Passion
Feb 27, 2017 • 69 min
Traveling with Passion with Zach Houghton
McKel Hill — How to Find More Balance
Feb 20, 2017 • 41 min
How to Find More Balance with McKel Hill
Scott Harrison — Flipping Your Story 180 Degrees
Feb 13, 2017 • 70 min
Flipping Your Story 180 Degrees with Scott Harrison
Emily McDowell — What to Say When You Don’t Know What to Say
Feb 6, 2017 • 50 min
What To Say When You Don’t Know What To Say with Emily McDowell
Nancy Lublin — Helping Others Reach Their Full Potential
Jan 30, 2017 • 42 min
Helping Others Reach Their Full Potential with Nancy Lublin
Hannah Brencher — The World Needs More Love Letters
Jan 23, 2017 • 58 min
The World Needs More Love Letters with Hannah Brencher
Matt Wertz — The Habit of Curiosity
Jan 16, 2017 • 38 min
The Curiosity of Habit with Matt Wertz
Grace Theisen — Making Peace with Your Pain
Jan 9, 2017 • 52 min
Making Peace with Your Pain with Grace Theisen
Nate Snell — Community Not Competition
Jan 2, 2017 • 44 min
Community Not Competition with Nate Snell
Bob Goff — Making More Sparks
Dec 26, 2016 • 31 min
Making More Sparks with Bob Goff
Science Mike — The Science of Optimism
Dec 19, 2016 • 43 min
The Science of Optimism with Science Mike
Laura Lawson Visconti — Seeing Hope
Dec 12, 2016 • 39 min
Seeing Hope with Laura Lawson Visconti
Jason Russell (2/2) — Recovering from a Breakdown
Dec 5, 2016 • 49 min
Recovering from a Breakdown with Jason Russell
Jason Russell (1/2) — Building a Movement
Nov 28, 2016 • 45 min
Building a Movement with Jason Russell
Blythe Hill — Becoming an Advocate
Nov 21, 2016 • 33 min
Becoming an Advocate with Blythe Hill
Tyler Huckabee — Next Steps After the Presidential Election
Nov 14, 2016 • 41 min
Next Steps After the Presidential Election with Tyler Huckabee
Joseph — Burn the White Flag
Nov 7, 2016 • 43 min
Burn the White Flag with Joseph
Sarah Dubbeldam — The Art of Being a Woman
Oct 31, 2016 • 43 min
The Art of Being a Woman with Sarah Dubbeldam
Charlie Todd — Spreading Chaos and Joy
Oct 24, 2016 • 47 min
Spreading Chaos and Joy with Charlie Todd
Propaganda — Positively Affecting Culture with Art
Oct 17, 2016 • 60 min
Positively Affecting Culture with Art with Propaganda
Frank Warren — The Art of Authenticity
Oct 3, 2016 • 50 min
The Art of Authenticity with Frank Warren
Jessica Hische — Living Your Life Openly
Sep 26, 2016 • 58 min
Living Your Life Openly with Jessica Hische
Aaron Draplin — Creating Randomness & Mystery
Sep 19, 2016 • 87 min
Creating Randomness & Mystery with Aaron Draplin
Brad Montague — Don’t Hide Your Magic
Sep 12, 2016 • 55 min
Don’t Hide Your Magic with Brad Montague
David Nelson — Leveraging Your Platform for Good
Sep 5, 2016 • 54 min
Leveraging Your Platform for Good with David Nelson
Phil Martin — Thriving With Autism
Aug 29, 2016 • 63 min
Thriving With Autism with Phil Martin
Bonnie Kate & Max Zoghbi — Redeeming Tragedy
Aug 22, 2016 • 71 min
Redeeming Tragedy with Bonnie Kate & Max Zoghbi
Zach King — Staying Humble
Aug 15, 2016 • 35 min
Staying Humble with Zach King
Timba Smits — Living Without Fear
Aug 8, 2016 • 78 min
Living Without Fear with Timba Smits
Elsie Larson — Sharing Your Beautiful Mess
Jul 29, 2016 • 33 min
Sharing Your Beautiful Mess with Elsie Larson
Sleeping at Last — Turning Inspiration into Art
Jul 25, 2016 • 53 min
Turning Inspiration into Art with Sleeping at Last
Nirrimi Firebrace — Creating Hope in the Heartbreak
Jul 11, 2016 • 61 min
Creating Hope in the Heartbreak with Nirrimi Firebrace
Devin Allen — Leaving a Legacy of Justice and Art
Jul 11, 2016 • 78 min
Leaving a Legacy of Justice and Art with Devin Allen
Dallas Clayton — Holding On To Childlike Wonder
Jul 4, 2016 • 65 min
Holding On To Your Childlike Wonder with Dallas Clayton
Sammy Nickalls — Taking Steps & Talking About It
Jun 27, 2016 • 36 min
Taking Steps & Talking About It with Sammy Nickalls
Victor Saad — Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone
Jun 20, 2016 • 59 min
Stepping Outside Your Comfort Zone with Victor Saad
Cubby Graham — Embracing the Uncomfortable
Jun 6, 2016 • 77 min
Embracing the Uncomfortable with Cubby Graham
Eryn Erickson — So Worth Loving
May 30, 2016 • 44 min
So Worth Loving with Eryn Erickson
Tyson Motsenbocker — Walking Through Doubt
May 23, 2016 • 66 min
Walking Through Doubt with Tyson Motsenbocker
John Cotton Richmond — Changing the World Through Loving the World
May 16, 2016 • 57 min
Changing the World Through Loving the World with John Cotton Richmond
Joshua DuBois — Helping Keep Hope Alive in the White House
May 9, 2016 • 38 min
Helping Keep Hope Alive in the White House with Joshua DuBois
Jeremy Cowart — Overcoming “I Can’t”
May 2, 2016 • 43 min
Overcoming “I Can’t” with Jeremy Cowart
Sara Hopkins — Why To Be Yourself Online
Apr 25, 2016 • 42 min
Why To Be Yourself Online with Sara Hopkins
Me Ra Koh — Letting Your Pain Sing Your Most Beautiful Song
Apr 18, 2016 • 63 min
Letting Your Pain Sing Your Most Beautiful Song with Me Ra Koh
Adam J. Kurtz — Illustrating Joy in the Midst of Reality
Apr 11, 2016 • 51 min
Illustrating Joy in the Midst of Reality with Adamjk
Kohl Crecelius — How To Fight Cynicism & Change the World
Apr 4, 2016 • 50 min
How To Fight Cynicism & Change the World with Kohl Crecelius of Krochet Kids
Maia & Alex Shibutani — Taking Kindness to the Olympics
Mar 28, 2016 • 56 min
Taking Kindness to the Olympics with figure skaters Maia and Alex Shibutani
Becky Simpson — The Art of Following Your Enthusiasm
Mar 21, 2016 • 54 min
The Art of Following Your Enthusiasm with Becky Simpson
Britt Nilsson — The Reality of Finding Your Identity
Mar 14, 2016 • 58 min
The Reality of Finding Your Identity with Britt Nilsson from The Bachelor
BC Serna — How to Truly Love People
Mar 7, 2016 • 53 min
Learning How to Truly Love People with BC Serna
Ruthie Lindsey — Finding Purpose in the Pain
Feb 29, 2016 • 54 min
Finding Purpose in the Pain with stylist, Ruthie Lindsey
Jedidiah Jenkins — The Adventure of Curiosity
Feb 22, 2016 • 76 min
Pursuing a Life of Adventure and Curiosity with Jedidiah Jenkins
Taylor Tippett — Choosing To Rise Above
Feb 15, 2016 • 35 min
Choosing to Rise Above with Flight Attendant, Taylor Tippett
Introducing Sounds Good with Branden Harvey
Feb 2, 2016 • 2 min
A quick explanation of who Branden is and what this podcast is all about