Episodes


#28: Jumping without a safety net - Lori myren-Manbeck

“Most of us want kindness. We start there.” 

Lori Myren-Manbeck is the founder and CEO of Inclusivi-tee, a charity t-shirt club that donates 100% of its profits to “forward-focused” non-profit organizations.

Lori holds a PhD in Geriatric Psychology and has enjoyed a fulfilling career providing care to vulnerable individuals. Today, Lori’s passion for “taking care of each other” has never been stronger.


#27: Duty-Bound Journalism with Chris Serres

“You cant do this work from a desk.”

Chris Serres is a reporter for the Star Tribune covering social services and issues affecting society’s most vulnerable populations.

In the interview, we discuss his reporting on individuals with mental illness and the elderly. More specifically, we explore his eye-opening work that exposed statewide injustices happening to these two groups and their families.

His 2015 series of articles, titled “A Matter of Dignity,” explored Minnesota’s archaic and dehumanizing healthcare system for those with mental illness. In honor of their work, Chris and his colleagues were named finalists for the Pulitzer Prize in Local Reporting


#26: New Look at Women's Health with Dr. Beth Westie

“The scariest part of the journey is before you actually start.”  

Dr. Beth Westie is the founder and creator of the 12 Week Female Fat Solution. She has made it her mission to change the way women view their health. Alongside my wife and special co-host, Sara Gove, we have a wide-ranging conversation with this fascinating entrepreneur who is full of passion, charisma, and knowledge.