Being kind doesn’t cost a dime, but according to Darryl Lyons, there is a benefit to being kind with our finances. Darryl Lyons is ready to help people achieve the dream of financial freedom so they can enjoy life. Darryl’s San Antonio, Texas company PAX Financial Group is an Inc 5000 “Fastest Growing Company” and … Read More
If you’re a mother, you know it’s not just one job– It’s many. You become a coach, a time manager, a relationship counselor, and so much more. Darlene Brock embraced her gifts of grit and grace to master the challenges in her life– including parenthood. She now shares her hard-won lessons in a new book, … Read More
Voice actor, Daniel Ferguson, made millions laugh as a 2017 contestant on America’s Got Talent. He talks with The Kindness Podcast about life since AGT and teaches Nicole Phillips a few of his tricks.
Check out his hysterical AGT audition at https://youtu.be/z6rDGMBaE_o
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Since 1981, Good Works has sought to serve the vulnerable, the voiceless, and the powerless in rural Appalachia. As a college student, Keith Wasserman remodeled his college basement into a shelter for the homeless, but that just the beginning. Nearly 40 years later, his work has changed the face of the community.
To learn more … Read More
Joe Vallee’s late grandfather, Arthur Vallee, was a former Disney animator in the 1930s & 40s. One of the characters Arthur created was Rainbow Rabbit. Grandson Joe took the character and hopped to it — creating a book and program to help kids. Joe incorporated the book’s themes of kindness, acceptance, tolerance, unity and inclusion … Read More
There are two books that changed the game for me… One is called Love Does. The second is called Everybody Always. Both are written by NY Times bestselling author, Bob Goff, who in his humorous story-telling mode, reminds us that everyday we are on a kindness adventure.
Bob was a recognized lawyer for over 25 years. … Read More
In 2011, Colleen was run over by a freight truck, and after five weeks in a coma and twenty-nine surgeries later, Colleen survived. Rather than let the trauma and PTSD control her life, she became determined to find a way to make something positive from her pain. She decided she’d run again and dedicate her … Read More
Sean Alexander’s life was changed forever when he found out his wife, lifelong athlete Colleen Kelly Alexander was run over by a freight truck while out on a bike ride. She survived and went on to compete in dozens of races and triathlons. Colleen credits much of her success to her biggest cheerleader, her husband, … Read More
The impact of one person can affect the world. Brock Johnson continues to prove that, even though he died when he was just 14 years old. Brock’s mom, Kristi Johnson joins me to talk about The BrockStrong Foundation, a non-profit created to continue Brock’s legacy of kindness in Ohio and beyond. Learn more at https://brockstrongfoundation.com.
It can be a devastating trial when a college student is cut off financially from their family after revealing their sexual orientation, but students don’t have to face it alone. delfin bautista is director of the LGBT Center at Ohio University and joins me along with Jan and Tom Hodson, to talk about a fund … Read More