Ever just lost it? Been so triggered by someone or something that all self-control flew out the window? Suddenly relationship-wrecking words are flying out of your mouth and you’re not sure why?
Adam Allison is a successful Chef and Restauranteur. When the love of his life was diagnosed with lung cancer, he became her caretaker until she lost her courageous battle. Allison discusses how he battled depression and grief through therapy, community, and cooking.
After years of alcoholism, Doug Dolan talks about how he finally got sober and cleaned up the “spiritual clutter” from his life. He is now the Co-Founder of Recovery In The Pines, a treatment center in Prescott, Arizona, where they teach people how to make a psychic change and renew mind and body.
Ben Lytle built two Fortune 500 companies. He could have retired in his 50’s. Instead, he keeps writing new chapters. Lytle talks to Carey Pena about his new book, which outlines what he believes will happen over the next 30 years. How not to fear it, but how to navigate with success.
Albert Black, Founder of Recovery In The Pines in Prescott, Arizona, talks about his 11 years of sobriety and his mission to change the treatment industry. Black discloses how he finally got sober after nearly destroying his family and career.
Dr. Art Mollen has practiced medicine for over 50 years, published an array of books, and appeared on major television and radio networks all over the nation. Now he’s exploring his next chapter in life post-retirement, whilst still helping the masses.
A moment of laughter on a suicidal night saved Ron Blake’s life. Now he shares the story with us and dives deeper into his next chapter in life. Ron has a symbolic goal to be a guest on The Late Show and strives to deliver a massive story of hope and support.
Mike Spangenberg is the CEO and Co-Founder of the Arizona powerhouse brand StateFortyEight. Throughout the years, Mike and his team have not only made their clothing company a household name but are now helping build and define a positive culture in Arizona by stepping into many other ventures in the community.