Living A Life In Full

Living A Life In Full

www.alifeinfull.org/podcast.html
“Living a Life in Full” is the conversation you always wanted to have with that person who gave an amazing TED talk, or the author of one your favorite books, or that inspirational Olympian you always wanted to know more about. This show is for the intellectually curious. You want to not just know more about the interesting and the innovative, but also what makes them tick, and maybe even what makes them laugh. It’s graduate-level conversations with those making a difference in the world and the lives of others. This show brings you new ideas and approaches so you can live a life in full. The show is equal parts information and inspiration, but without the aphorisms and pablum. We cover a wide range of topics in an engaging way—from Burning Man to The Renaissance Weekend, from the United Nations to top universities, Nobel Laureates to astronauts—we have an amazing Rolodex. Interviewees are a who’s who of high performance athletes, bestselling authors, high-caliber leaders, world changing humanitar
Channeling Your Inner Magellan: How to Circumnavigate the World with David Mink
Aug 2 • 64 min
Have you ever imagined traveling around the world? Were you inspired by Jules Verne to pack your bags and set forth on a global adventure? Well David Mink has circumnavigated the earth six times, visited six continents and about 50 countries, and he is…
Grace Under Pressure at 18,000 MPH: The Incredible Adventures of Astronaut Capt. Jerry Linenger, MD, PhD
Jul 2 • 66 min
Have you ever wondered how to become an astronaut? Curious as to what it’s like to live in space in a space station? What would you do if a fire broke out on board? Well, Captain Jerry Linenger will tell you all about it, plus his “secret” for being…
Jamie Metzl, JD, PhD: A real-life Buckaroo Banzai
May 31 • 67 min
Not only is he a Senior Fellow of the Atlantic Council, technology futurist and geopolitical expert, novelist, blogger, syndicated columnist, and media commentator, but he’s completed thirteen Ironman triathlons, twenty-nine marathons, and twelve…
Emergency Medicine and Global Health Perspectives from Academic Rockstar, Janet Lin, MD, MPH
May 8 • 71 min
Did you ever wonder how some physicians choose to go into emergency medicine, as well as what it takes to be successful—on a global scale? What about working in resource poor regions around the world that have multiple high demands following devastating…
Taking the Road Less Traveled: Navigating the Never Straight Path of Innovation with Dr. Ogan Gurel
Apr 23 • 75 min
Have you ever met a Medical Futurist? How about someone that has walked from Chicago to Washington, DC, for the bringing attention and a voice to those impacted by healthcare concerns? How about a physician educator who has literally taught around the…
Inside the Harvard Humanitarian Initiative with Dr. Tim Erickson
Apr 16 • 76 min
Did you ever wonder what it’s like to explore the Amazon LOOKING for venomous, poisonous and toxic risks? Or how about pondering what it takes to get in the prestigious National Geographic Explorers Club? Or how about summiting Mt. Aconcagua or making it…
Building Companies and Re-building Lives with Private Equity Impresario Bryan Cressey
Mar 29 • 81 min
In this episode, Bryan Cressey, Partner and Founder of the health service private equity firm Cressey & Company discusses he his firm has invested in 13 companies with a valuation of about $2 billion. Bryan is one of the most authentic people I know. In…
From Fighter Pilot to Founder: Rich Gengler Deconstructs the High Performance Life
Mar 10 • 78 min
What do you think is scarier, to be launched off a carrier deck and hit 1200 MPH or to launch a successful healthcare technology company? Well you can find out because my guest on this episode is Richard Gengler, MBA, who has done both—first as a Navy F/A…
How to make the world a healthier place, in 12 Minutes Flat with Krista Stryker
Feb 27 • 62 min
Have you ever had a problem with getting in really great shape? Is it that you don’t have enough time, or you can’t afford a gym membership, or you don’t have any exercise equipment at home, or you have a killer travel schedule, or maybe you’re just a bit…
Climbing for a Cause
Feb 13 • 54 min
Dylan Bates, CEO of ATI Physical Therapy and Matt Smith, Senior Vice President of Growth and Development for ATI’s Western Region are embarking on a two-pronged challenge: 1) Summit Mt. Kilimanjaro, the tallest mountain on the African continent/one of the…
Blockchains, Apps, eHealth, Innovating to Save Lives… All in a Day’s Work for the Postmodern CIO, Edward Marx/The Cleveland Clinic
Jan 25 • 76 min
Edward Marx is one of the most authentic people I know. He comes from humble beginnings and no silver spoon. Ed had some struggles as a young adult, including a lack of money, being fired from his first job, and having a not-so-stellar college GPA. Fast…
Digital Healthcare and Medical Innovation with Dr. Nick van Terheyden
Jan 13 • 62 min
Do you want to better understand Augmented Reality in surgery and training, Machine Learning and Artificial Intelligence in diagnostics, DNA editing and CRISPR, precision medicine, big data and predictive analytics, bio-hacking, evidence-based medicine,…
Daniel Rintz & Josephine Flohr: 2 wheels, 1 world, 0 money
Dec 28, 2017 • 75 min
How would you travel the world—for years—with no money…? So many of us postpone many of the things we’d like to do, until something else happens first—we wait until we graduate, or until we get married, or until we have enough money, or until we…
The UN Challenge: Creativity, Sustainability and the Power of the Small Project
Dec 5, 2017 • 52 min
Jenifer L. White, is an international psychologist, an arts-based researcher, author, and the founder of Project 1948. She has worked extensively in Rwanda, Brazil, Italy, South Africa, Germany, France, and Bosnia and Herzegovina. The heart of her work…
The Role of Art in Community Building and Bonding: Artist and Activist, Ian Lantz
Nov 27, 2017 • 61 min
Ian Lantz is one of the happiest activists I have ever had the pleasure to call friend. Lots of the other folks I have worked with may have had a grudge, or an ax to grind, or a cross to bear. Not Ian. In spite of a challenging childhood growing up in Los…
Colin O’Brady’s Making Kid’s Lives Healthier—Two World’s Records at a Time
Nov 9, 2017 • 63 min
In this episode we get to learn about how Colin O’Brady had overcome challenges that would have derailed most of us, and he has done it with a smile and much aplomb!
Adventure Philanthropy: Traveling the World and Making it Better
Oct 27, 2017 • 56 min
This episode features Glen Heggstad, a renaissance man who has circumnavigated the globe four times, most of which was on a motorcycle—solo. He’s also a competition wining master martial artist and instructor, author of two books chronicling his…
Sara Fix on Kona, Entrepreneurship, Humanitarian Work & Family
Oct 8, 2017 • 53 min
This show features Sara Fix, owner at Endure It! Sports, and multiple top finisher at the Ironman Triathlon Championships in Kona.
Fighting Poverty with Economics
Sep 11, 2017 • 63 min
Alastair Wright is the Founder and Managing Director at the Genesus (sic) Foundation. He is an amazing young man, all of 24, who is doing world-changing work while managing all sorts of additional challenges himself and seeing the world. Give it a listen,…
All Things Running: Better, Farther, and Without Injury
Sep 11, 2017 • 84 min
In this episode I talk with Rita Ator, DPT and John Duncombe, DPT, two accomplished distance runners and experienced physical therapists about all things running—injury avoidance, getting started in running, coming back from an injury, and testing your…
Origin Story
Aug 21, 2017 • 9 min
“Living a Life in Full” is the conversation you always wanted to have with that person who gave an amazing TED talk, or the author of one your favorite books, or that inspirational Olympian you always wanted to know more about.