Surviving a rare cancer at 15 to creating the Corefirst training system

Episode 27: Surviving a Rare Cancer at 15 to Creating the Corefirst Training System

Doniphan Stone survived cancer at the young age of 15. He not only survived it, but he regained his strength and became a Junior Olympic medalist in Taekwondo and played Division II collegiate soccer. Today, he is the co-author of the book Fearless Devotion, which is about creating and achieving your goals from the inside […]

How strengthening your core can improve your life and your community

Episode 28: How Strengthening Your Core Can Improve Your Life and Your Community with Guests Doniphan Stone and Jeff Huling

In Part 1, Doniphan Stone shared his story of surviving cancer at the young age of 15. And how that eventually led to his career in health and fitness and the creation of the Corefirst training system. In this Part 2 episode, we hear from Donny and his business partner, Jeff Huling. They share the genesis story […]

How to turn Tragedy into Triumph

Episode 29: How to Turn Tragedy into Triumph with Guest Cheryl Miller

Cheryl Miller founded a thriving equine-assisted services organization with her daughter, Dawn, in 1986 in central Indiana called Agape Therapeutic Riding Resources. Agape began as a summer program in partnership with Indiana University’s Bradford Woods and quickly grew to serving over 1,000 kids with various disabilities each summer. Then Cheryl experienced unimaginable loss when Dawn […]

3 Leadership Lessons from a Former US Naval Officer

Episode 30: 3 Leadership Lessons from a Former US Naval Officer

From the US Navy, to investment banking, to healthcare for jails and detention centers – Justin Searle has approached each leadership opportunity with a service mindset. He cares about serving others well and making a difference. In our conversation today, we talk about the opioid crisis in America and how we have criminalized mental illness, […]

How CBD Saved This Family Horse Which Then Launched A Family Business

Episode 32: How CBD Saved This Family Horse Which Then Launched A Family Business. Part 2

Imagine trying every possible solution to save the pet you love. Our pets are our family and many of us would do almost anything to help them if it meant preventing humane euthanasia and keeping them in our lives. That’s what led Deborah Carter to using CBD to help her horse, Star, just days before […]

How CBD Saved This Family Horse Which Then Launched A Family Business, Part 2

Episode 31: How CBD Saved This Family Horse Which Then Launched A Family Business. Part 2

Trove provides high quality CBD products for people, horses, dogs, and cats. Trove is owned and operated by the Carter family. Deborah, Sam, Madison, and Avery each play a crucial, yet different, role in the company. In Part 1 of this special 2-part series, we shared the genesis story of Trove. How Star, the family […]

Do Your Good

Episode 33: Do Your Good With Guest Sybil Ackerman-Munson

Sybil Ackerman-Munson has been on all sides of the non-profit and donor world. She started as fundraising for an environmental nonprofit and now owns and operates “Do Your Good” teaching all of us that it doesn’t matter how much we have to give, we all have something. Whether you are running a non-profit or you […]

Learning about Culture and Core Values from CoorsTek

Episode 34: Learning About Culture and Core Value with Guest Jonathon Coors

Jonathan Coors, alongside his brother Michael and cousin Timothy, serve as the Chief Executive Officers of CoorsTek. They are out to “make the world measurably better” and they start within their company. They recently won Best Managed Company awarded by Deloitte and the Wall Street Journal making it clear that they are doing something right. […]

5 Pillars of Family Business

Episode 35: 5 Pillars of Family Business With Guest Alan Wilson

For many, understanding the intricacies of family business may seem daunting…or even messy…but for Alan Wilson, CEO of Sugarbush Capital this is his sweet spot. Alan is a “connector” in every sense of the word. He is incredibly intelligent, check out his educational history, but cares deeply for people, relationships and leaving an impact which […]

The Power of Good Grant Writing

Episode 36: The Power of Good Grant Writing

Does grant writing seem overwhelming to you? Former NYC educator Libby Hikind has found herself at the wheel of the leading grant funding search engine after “retiring” for a short period of time. More than 200,000 nonprofits, businesses and individuals visit GrantWatch.com each month and many nonprofits use GrantWriterTeam to find a grant writer to […]