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378 Rabbi David Levinsky

Rabbi David Levinsky Rabbi David Levinsky was ordained at Hebrew Union College in Cincinnati, received his Ph.D in religious studies at Stanford, served as Director at the Taube Center for Jewish Life in San Francisco, served as Rabbi at Chicago Sinai Congregation, and now serves as Rabbi at Temple Har Shalom in

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#377 Sammy Brue

Rolling Stone Magazine calls him an “Americana Prodigy”, 17 year old troubadour Sammy Brue joins me in the studio to talk about rap music, big dreams, and we nerd out on our favorite book, “The Alchemist”.  Oh, and his dad Mike joins us for an impromptu yet brilliant second half

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No More Mr. Nice Guy – Dr. Robert Glover

Dr. Robert Glover A few excerpts from Dr. Glover: Men, no matter what their problem is, are seeking initiation into the masculine. I think with feminism, women kind of kicked men’s asses. The metro movement has also…kicked men’s asses, and rightfully so. The women’s movements have gotten stuck and are not serving women

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Salt City Builds

Rev, co-founder of Salt City Builds, sat down with me over a few beers to talk about his unexpected journey into entrepreneurship, the finer points of “bike surfing”, and how many crashes it took to convert him to helmets.

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Jessica Wise – The Litas

On Episode #374: Jessica Wise is a badass beyond the bike – she’s an entrepreneur with a global vision. I hope you enjoy the show! Something about riding a motorcycle and feeling confident on it… It gave me confidence, which made me feel powerful. I love the idea that you

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Caleb Chapman

A music educator with few peers and the founder of Caleb Chapman’s Sound House, he’s taking music education to new levels of excellence – and bringing it to students around the world. Follow Caleb Chapman’s Sound House: facebook.com/ccsoundhouse instagram.com/ccsoundhouse/ www.CCSoundhouse.com

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