Posts Tagged ‘adventurer’

106: Terry McDonough: a man who overcame a series of adversities including a fatal car crash that ended a life. This set him on a path of destruction until he took a hard core pivot, became a NFL executive, and now is living a purposeful life.

Terry McDonough Terry McDonough is in his seventh season with the Arizona Cardinals and sixth as Vice President of Player Personnel. In his current role with the Cardinals, Terry works alongside GM Steve Keim, overseeing both the college and pro personnel departments while assisting with player contract negotiations. He started his NFL career as an…

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105: Lisa Odenweller: Serial Entrepreneur & founder of Beaming organic food cafe’s before being removed as CEO,then staged a comeback, overcame her obstacles and started Kroma Superfoods.

Lisa Odenweller Lisa Odenweller had an interest in making healthy food at an early age, but it wasn’t until her mid-30s that she figured out that this interest was in fact her calling. It wasn’t until her husband and daughter were facing serious health issues that she realized that each one of us has a…

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104: Don Yaeger: The master storyteller who has written 28 books including one on Walter Payton, gone one on one with Michael Jordan and an expert at helping you Find Your Greatness.

Don Yaeger Don Yaeger is a Leadership Speaker, longtime Associate Editor for Sports Illustrated, executive coach and 11-time New York Times Best-Selling author. Don focuses on the key theme of achieving greatness, learned from first-hand experiences with some of the greatest sports legends in the world. As an executive coach, he is hired by organizations…

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101: Blair Kellison: Paying it forward with the CEO of Traditional Medicinals

Blair Kellison Blair Kellison, CEO of Traditional Medicinals, is a self-proclaimed “MBA Granola-head”. In 1995, Kellison, a former CPA with Ernst & Young and Brand Manager at Nestle, walked into 19th Street Natural Foods Co-Op in Los Angeles and his life was forever changed. He realized that just because you’re good at something doesn’t mean…

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