214. Celebrate the hills and valleys

episode 214

213. Carew Papritz on legacy and outdoor living

Carew Papritz, also known as The Cowboy Philosopher, is the author of the multi-award winning book The Legacy Letters. Though fictional, The Legacy Letters has won acclaim as a life lessons book for all generations, gaining the distinction of being the only book in publishing history to win awards in both fiction and non-fiction categories. A Renaissance Man in an age that lauds the specialist, The Huffington Post says Papritz “intrigues and enlightens, charms and catalyzes change for every reader.”

209. Stop kicking yourself in the foot

It’s when we get so caught up in the pressure we put on ourselves. Since we know what the objective is for any given task we set out to complete.

That is gives space for us to begin spinning stories and questioning everything. All of which deflate that confidence level.

206. Heather Hutchinson on yes there is a reason to carry on

Blind since birth, music was an integral part of Hutchison’s world from a young age. Growing up in Edmonton, Alberta, she spent much time in her early years making up melodies and figuring out songs by ear on the piano. She was exposed to a diverse array of artists from her parents’ music collection such as Mariah Carey, Aretha Franklin, The Beatles, and Burton Cummings. She cites later musical influences including Sara Bareilles, Eva Cassidy, Donovan Woods, and City and Colour. Since her completion of a diploma in Jazz and Contemporary Voice in Vancouver, British Columbia, she has grown to incorporate some elements of jazz into her music. Latin influences are also evident in newer material, a product of time spent living in South America.

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