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Sarah Wilson speaks with the world's Big Minds about living a more beautiful and fired-up life. Through deep conversations with philosophers, celebrities who live at the edge and leading gurus she’s met on her 10-year nomadic journey, Sarah will explore the issues keeping us all awake at night, including climate change, loneliness, disconnection and capitalism. She and her guest will uncover new ways to radically love and save our “one wild and precious life” on this planet and learn practic ...
 
"Mr. Belasco has written the following account of "Peter's" evolution: [ ] The play, "The Return of Peter Grimm," is an expression in dramatic form of my ideas on a subject which I have pondered over since boyhood: "Can the dead come back?" Peter Grimm did come back. At the same time, I inserted a note in my program to say that I advanced no positive opinion; that the treatment of the play allowed the audience to believe that it had actually seen Peter, or that he had not been seen but exist ...
 
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What's good about having anxiety? How do I vote for the climate in elections? In the first season of Wild, Sarah sat down with some of the world's most wild thinkers to ask how they live differently. For part two of this special Ask Me Anything episode Sarah answers your questions about her own wild ways of living. In this episode Sarah shares her …
 
How do I raise my kids as conscious consumers? What do you think happens when we die? In the first season of Wild, Sarah asked some of the world's biggest minds about their wild ways of living. For this special Ask Me Anything episode Sarah turned the tables on herself and asked for your questions about her own wild ideas and ways of living differe…
 
Tim Brown is Sarah’s meditation teacher and has joined her on her spiritual journey for more than 10 years. He trained with the Vedic tradition and has taught meditation to elite athletes, jail inmates, billionaires and kids for more than 20 years. This episode Tim and Sarah catch up to have one of their weekly deep chats in a public forum and disc…
 
James Hollis famously writes that our souls are calling us to an appointment with life. He's one of the most respected Jungian psychoanalysts and teachers in the world and the author of 16 books about what matters most in life. Sarah catches up with James for the first time since they spoke for This One Wild & Precious Life to discuss resilience, f…
 
Rutger Bregman reckons we're kinder than we think we are. He's a Dutch journalist and international best-selling author of Humankind: A Hopeful History, a book that lights a fire under the idea that humans are inherently selfish and doomed to self-destruct. Rutger speaks with Sarah about hope, calling out billionaires for not paying enough tax and …
 
Margaret Klein Salamon knows she will die from climate change. She is a climate psychologist and Founder & Board President of The Climate Mobilization, a US organisation that has seen almost 2,000 governments worldwide declare a climate emergency. Margaret speaks with Sarah about being in her early thirties and grieving for the future she won't hav…
 
Seth Godin is a one of the world’s most famous marketing gurus, a serial entrepreneur, the author of 19 bestselling books and believes in the ‘magical responsibility’ of being a creative who gives. Seth joins Sarah Wilson to talk about how the climate emergency needs a marketing makeover…and how giving is the secret. This is Sarah's article about f…
 
David Pocock retired from professional sport at the height of his career to devote his life to the climate crisis. He was the captain of the Wallabies, the only Australian player to be included in World Rugby's team of the decade, but - wildly - chose to leave it all behind to lead activist projects here and in Africa. David talks with Sarah Wilson…
 
Sia doesn’t drop ideas. She is one of the most gifted and wild creatives on the planet, best known for the hundreds of hit pop songs she’s written for herself, Beyonce, Rihanna and Kanye West, and for being notoriously private, rarely doing interviews. Sia joins Sarah Wilson, however, in an intimate chat to share how she takes her wild creative ris…
 
Sarah Wilson speaks with the world's Big Minds about living a more beautiful and fired-up life. Through deep conversations with philosophers, celebrities who live at the edge and leading gurus she’s met on her 10-year nomadic journey, Sarah will explore the issues keeping us all awake at night, including climate change, loneliness, disconnection an…
 
Believe it or not, financial planning isn’t all about math and logic. There are times when it’s important to factor in how you feel about certain things. Today on the podcast we’re going to talk about some of the times where it’s OK to let your emotions and feelings enter the financial equation.
 
There are a surprising number of people out there who think there’s not a lot to retirement planning. They make regular contributions into their 401k, maybe they meet with an advisor once or twice. They think a little about social security. But when retirement comes around, they get sidelined by unexpected expenses. While it’s impossible to predict…
 
An early retirement sounds fantastic to most people. Who wouldn’t want to kick off the extra travel, less stress and more freedom that retirement can often bring a little earlier than planned? However, a lot of people don’t realize the additional complications presented when you retire early. Today on the podcast we’re going to tackle what early re…
 
Former Fed Chairman Alan Greenspan recently stated that he thinks the economy is "out of whack" and headed for a downturn. We'll see if David agrees and get his thoughts on some of the other elements of the financial world that could impact the economy going through the rest of the year.
 
They say these days that there’s a holiday of every day of the year. It’s kind of true. Some examples of holidays we've already celebrated this year: Bowel Cancer Awareness Month, Fresh Florida Tomato Month, Fresh Celery Month, Multiple Birth Awareness Month and National Soft Pretzel Month (sorry hard pretzels, you guys have to wait until the overa…
 
Have you ever seen the show Mythbusters? The show never covered financial myths (probably because then they wouldn't have a reason to blow things up), but there are plenty of myths about investment planning that are in dire need of busting. On this episode of Financial Truths, David will put on his myth busting cap, to help clear the air of some mi…
 
David Wilson walks us through the four most important estate planning mistakes you need to avoid. He often is able to spot common trustee problems within a family and times when beneficiary designations are out of whack. Sometimes people make the mistake of making their trust the primary beneficiary of their 401k or IRA. Plus, don't just give your …
 
We all know that having an individual retirement plan is important. If you're a small business owner, however, you might not realize that there are some specific benefits that apply to you. In a lot of cases, these kinds of plans that are available can make an enormous impact on your retirement readiness. David Wilson will walk us through SEP IRAs,…
 
Welcome to the inaugural Financial Truths podcast with David Wilson, Certified Financial Planner. In this first episode, we'll learn a little bit more about David, what's behind his company's recent name change and why he's starting this new podcasting venture.
 
In this edition of “Timeless Wisdom from Rev. Ermal Wilson” we will hear the first of three sermons from a Revival at Trinity Wesleyan Church in Oak Hill, Ohio. In this first message he shares with us from the prayer of Jabez, which he had been preaching on long before the book make the verse popular. You’ll hear a little of the Pilgrim Holiness st…
 
We live in a world where you can find pretty much everything online. There are archives of all kinds out there. You can hear voices every since there have been devices to record them. Of course, this massive online collection is also filled with billions of hours of meaningless content that makes many of us question our very existence. And that’s e…
 
Proverbs 10:1-2 The Proverbs of Solomon: A wise child makes a father rejoice, but a foolish child is a grief to his mother. Treasures gained by wickedness do not profit, but righteousness delivers from mortal danger. We live in a day where it is fairly common to move in with the parents. The interesting thing is that this is a fairly new thing. It …
 
Proverbs 9:13-18 The woman called Folly is brash, she is naive and does not know anything. So she sits at the door of her house, on a seat at the highest point of the city, calling out to those who are passing by her in the way, who go straight on their way. “Whoever is simple, let him turn in here,” she says to those who lack understanding. “Stole…
 
Proverbs 9:11-12 For because of me your days will be many, and years will be added to your life. If you are wise, you are wise to your own advantage, but if you are a mocker, you alone must bear it. I am a big Ohio State Buckeyes fan. And not just in my physical size. I’m a big fan of Buckeyes football. I grew up in Ohio, and unfortunately when I w…
 
Have you ever crammed for a test? I know I did. For much of my life I have been a procrastinator. For some reason, there are just some things that I can’t get motivated to do until the last minute. I don’t know why. I understand it with things like paying the bills, paying taxes – basically anything that’s going to take away our money. But, when it…
 
Argumentum ad hominem. Woh, latin boy! What you speaky? Okay, if you’re not familiar with logic and the fallacies that exist when trying to make a logical argument, let me introduce you to the Argumentum ad hominem, commonly referred to as ad hominem. It’s basically the, “you’re ugly”, come back you might receive when you’re making an argument that…
 
Welcome to the Wisdom Willow Bed and Breakfast. Wisdom Willow (WW) sits nestled in the valley at the base of reason and understanding. This beautiful Jewish home is well removed from the main pathways. Originally built mid-century, some-time, BC is now the destination of many travelers along the the path to righteousness. We have exceptional potter…
 
You can imagine the scene in your head. Maybe it’s from a movie, I don’t know as I can’t remember what it would be from…But, the scene goes something like this. There’s a grumpy older gentlemen (We’ll call him Jethro) who has an intial interation with a kid – (Calvin). A younger kid, probably 8 years old or so. For some reason Calvin becomes enamor…
 
The glue that holds everything together. The only real key to success in life. The answer to why your life is such a wreck. The reason you haven’t been able to get all of your life running in the same direction. Why it feels like you have 6 horses pulling you, each in a different direction. (And no it was not intentional to include horses after sta…
 
Do you want to be the guy calling all the shots? Do you want to be the guy making all the decisions, the guy with the real authority? Do you want to be the real “man?” I guess the real question is, who is that man? If you want the lights, fame and glory, then you’re not going to like what I have to say. If you’re trying to win Grammys and Oscars, a…
 
This may totally color your opinion of me, but my wife and I are fans of the show “The Big Bang Theory.” We don’t love all of it, but I kind of connect with the geekyness of the characters on the show. While I never collected comic books, never watched star trek, have never been to Comic Con and haven’t even seen the original star wars, I do connec…
 
When my wife and I got married, we didn’t have much money. Of course, we’d heard people say that if you wait until you have enough money to get married, you’ll never get married. I hear people say the same thing about having kids. If you wait until you’re ready to have kids, you’ll never have kids. Whether that is wise or not, I don’t know. Anyway,…
 
I remember the first time I watched Toy Story. Everyone was talking about it. We were all amazed at how real the animation looked. There was so much detail, pieces of fuzz here and there and scuff marks on the door. As you can imagine, our kids love the movies as well. All three of them. Their stories are all so well thought out, and the work is so…
 
A few years ago, before we lived in our current house, we lived in a neighborhood that had a few older people in it. We actually lived in a town which had a larger than normal older person population. You had to give up on the idea of getting anywhere fast. There were just too many of them. It wasn’t going to happen. Two of our neighbors were actua…
 
If you were an only child, you missed out on a lot as a kid. My wife was and now that we have four kids she knows some of the things that she missed as a child. First there are the problems: There is always someone who wants something different than you. You may or may not get what you want, it just depends what mood mom and dad are in that day. Th…
 
I have absolutely no desire to try to walk across hot coals. Just don’t. You may try to tell me that I can gain some kind of mental power out of it, but I will laugh at you. If you think you get mental power and clarity by walking on hot coals, you must have a really cloudy mind. What kind of clarity can you get from that? That aside, I will confes…
 
Thanks to my wife, we have been having family nights on Fridays. It’s one of the best things we do as a family. We have heard about other families who do this and love it, but for some reason we never did it. Probably because I was dragging my feet. I don’t really know why, but I just was. But, it is something that I think will be a part of our fam…
 
I have floaters in my eyes. I’m sure many of you have them as well. I noticed them one summer day while I was looking up at the blue sky. It freaked me out. It looked like a worm that I could kind of see through, but still see the outline of. I didn’t know what it meant. They’ve gotten worse over the past year or two. For the most part I’ve gotten …
 
I guess I’m getting old. I had a conversation with a young man recently who didn’t know what the Challenger was. I had to explain it to him. He was about 15, so it was kind of depressing. Not just to think that I am getting old, but to think this young man had existed for 15 years and still hadn’t learned about something so important. It’s frighten…
 
Let me be real with you. I’ve not wanted to write this post. I’m not the kind of guy that you’d be able to compare to an ant. I’m the other guy in the story. I always have been, and I probably always will be. At least when it comes to my natural bent. I don’t like waking up in the mornings. I have this sinus condition that makes it hard to get peac…
 
A few months ago – actually years – before we had our first child, we decided we needed a new car. We had two cars, a ’95 Jeep Cherokee and a ’92 Plymouth Sundance. It was also 2006, so our newest car was 11 years old. And, I was making a 120 mile round trip commute to school every day. So we wanted to get something that would be better on gas. We …
 
I am blessed with an amazing heritage from both my parents and their parents. They are all amazing people who have been astounding examples to their families and the effect of their lives will be long-lived. They were not perfect, nor are our families. But, each in their own way, set amazing examples for us to follow. My parents set the example of …
 
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