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On Valentine’s Day 1985, Cassandra Rundle and her two children were found slaughtered in their Colorado Springs home. For weeks, police tracked down men who responded to a personal ad she left in the back pages of a newspaper, looking for love. 35 years later, her killer remains free. This is Colorado Cold Case Season 4: The Lonely Hearts Murders. Reported and hosted by Lance Benzel and Olivia Prentzel Produced by Katie Klann
 
EatRight Radio, with experts from the Academy of Nutrition and Dietetics, discusses food and nutrition topics, healthy weight, allergies and health conditions, healthy aging, food safety and so much more. Give us 10-minutes and we'll give you the important information and expert advice from registered dietitian nutritionists to help you eat right, feel better, and live a healthier life. Hosted by Melanie Cole, MS.
 
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Episode Summary I'm taking a month off to have another baby! As you'll hear in this bonus episode, a lot is changing in the Sanders' house, and in this podcast. Episode Show Notes jeffsanders.com/421a Learn More About The 5 AM Miracle The 5 AM Miracle Podcast Free Productivity Resources + Email Updates! Join The 5 AM Club! The 5 AM Miracle Book Aud…
 
Episode Summary Are you ready to jump? Melanie Curtis has jumped out of an airplane more than 11,000 times. What have you done today? Kidding aside, it takes a lot of courage to do something difficult, but there’s more to success and fulfillment than learning how to skydive without having a panic attack. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle P…
 
Episode Summary What do you think about? During the last few weeks I have been slowly plodding through an audiobook by Brian Tracy, who is one of the world’s most recognized experts in personal growth. One of the lessons I learned years ago from Brian, and one that he repeats many times everywhere he goes, is that “you become what you think about m…
 
Episode Summary What would it take for you to get great sleep? The foundation of every great day begins with a great night’s sleep. But, the opposite is also true: the inability to focus, execute, and feel your best is always tied to low-quality sleep. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Veronica Lee, the Founder and CEO…
 
Episode Summary Big Changes Begin with Tiny Pivots Most people believe that the biggest, most radical actions are what create the biggest opportunities. In reality, it’s the small stuff every day that ultimately proves to be more valuable, sustainable, and doable. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Delatorro McNeal II, …
 
Episode Summary It’s Time to Work on Your Game Making the transition from an amateur to a pro is a decision — and it’s up to you. Of all the interviews I have done on this podcast alone, there is one clear factor that stands out in the world of professionals: becoming a professional is a decision. It’s not luck or circumstance — it’s a choice you c…
 
Episode Summary We’re Busy, But Isn’t That The Problem? It’s one thing to acknowledge that you’re busy — it’s another to do something about it. Most of us know we are doing too much, but if we don’t take the time to prune our responsibilities, we will forever be seeking success without ever being able to enjoy it. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM…
 
Episode Summary How Do You Know You’re Happy? For some, happiness is fleeting. For others, it’s a constant battle to overcome. When we choose to take a deep dive into happiness we often find there’s more to the story than a simple (and temporary) state of being. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Jenn Lim, author of Bey…
 
Episode Summary Do You Feel Trapped in a Life of Your Own Making? I know this feeling all too well. I frequently catch myself in a season of life where I look around and don’t recognize how I got there or what the next move should be. It’s a common problem, but there is a way out. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Chri…
 
Episode Summary You are WAY more creative than you realize. I used to believe that creativity was reserved for artists. I thought you had to be a painter, musician, or theoretical physicist to tap into true creativity. Well, I was wrong on many fronts. Yes, artists are creative … and so is everyone else, including you. In this week’s episode of The…
 
Episode Summary The Opposite of Getting Stuck is Taking Action Whenever I find myself stuck, I know that I need two things: a wake up call and a new set of habits to guarantee long-term success. Recently, I found myself stuck between projects, stuck in my health goals, and stuck in my overall mood about getting things done. The way forward was a li…
 
Episode Summary The path to phenomenal fitness is no longer a fantasy. Would you believe that a mom of 3 from Michigan is one of the fittest people I’ve ever met? If you have found yourself in a mindset trap of false beliefs about your potential, it’s time to learn from a real person who has achieved really incredible health and fitness results. In…
 
Episode Summary Does working less sound impossible? It’s not. Working a shorter week and guaranteeing a longer weekend is possible for you, and the benefits are incredible. Our tendency to work more is backfiring. It’s time to embrace a new way of living that prioritizes what brings out the best in our personal and professional lives. In this week’…
 
Episode Summary Take a deep breath through your nose right now. Feel better? It doesn’t take much. With that one breath, did you even realize you were carrying that much stress? Breathing is more powerful than most people realize, and when it’s done right it can provide immense benefits to your mind, body, and soul. In this week’s episode of The 5 …
 
It sure is hard to believe, but season 1 has almost come and gone. We have a couple of loose ends to tie up for you all, so on this episode of The Intentional Story Podcast, we are resolving cliffhangers and bookending the first season. How we format the stories we tell can completely change the impact of our words - in both negative and positive w…
 
Episode Summary If One Habit Could Change Everything … Reading changed my life, and it most certainly can change yours too. There is something magical about reading a great book that inspires action, change, growth, and evolution … and there is something even greater that takes place when reading becomes part of your everyday routine. In this week’…
 
Together for the first time EVER, we recorded this episode in Denver right before our very last SPEAK With Confidence Retreat. 14 Rockstars were making their way to us, so why not talk about manifesting, confidence, and what it looks like to show up perfectly you? On this episode of The Intentional Story Podcast, we talk about whether we see ‘manif…
 
Episode Summary Panic? Chill? How Do You Respond to Change? We all have a choice when it comes to change — not whether to change, but how we react to the inevitable changes coming our way. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with April Rinne, author of Flux, about the superpowers we all have to deal with change in more robust…
 
There are a million different ways for the world to categorize us - that can be good or bad, depending on the motivation behind it. One of the favorite ways to do that in the last 30 years is through personality tests (Myers-Briggs, DISC, StrengthsFinder, etc.). We want people to tell us who we are - it’s a lot of work to take that journey on our o…
 
Episode Summary Avoiding, Distracting, and Hiding Just Don’t Work How many times have you run from your fear because you just can’t bear the thought of confronting it? Fear is crippling. It keeps you up late at night, prevents progress, and stands directly in the way of the success you have been striving for. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Mira…
 
Did you know that the things our parents, grandparents, great-grandparents (and on and on) did get passed down to us? The experiences of our families make huge imprints on us, whether we are aware of it or not. Take some time with us on this episode of The Intentional Story Podcast to sift through some of our own personal generational stories and t…
 
Episode Summary What would you do with more white space? How crowded is your calendar? How much wiggle room do you have to maneuver your tasks, projects, and meetings each week? In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Juliet Funt, author of A Minute to Think, about increasing your white space to conquer busyness and unleash …
 
What doesn’t kill you makes you… more of who you were meant to be. Start this episode of The Intentional Story Podcast with us as we “circle back” on a few things (and touch on our hate/hate relationship with that phrase). Melanie recaps how her talk from episode 8 went and how she used the bookending technique to tie her talk together beautifully.…
 
Episode Summary Staying calm in a storm is more of a skill than a personality trait, and that’s great news! As a dad with a 3-year old daughter (and one on the way) I know how messy parenting can be, and that’s why I love knowing that I have the power to improve and respond more proactively to messy situations. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Mi…
 
Ever wondered what it’s like to work with us as we workshop an idea? In this episode of The Intentional Story Podcast, we learn about how Melanie gives all sorts of talks to all sorts of groups, and retools pieces of them depending on her audience. With her first in-person talk in over a year just 24 hours away, we are working on her opening story …
 
Episode Summary I remember having a lot more curiosity, enthusiasm, and big dreams as a child than I now have and experience as an adult. But why? In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with John O’Leary, author of In Awe, about how we can tap into our childlike wonder in order to unleash our own sources of inspiration and joy. …
 
Starting with a story is something we teach in our SPEAK With Confidence program – but so many people ask “Why?” In this episode of The Intentional Story Podcast, Maggie talks about her process when writing a new talk. Many speakers are able to use the same talk over and over, changing just a few things and adapting it for their audience, but pasto…
 
Episode Summary Life has a tendency to get busier. It’s easy to add more, and taking time off has to be intentional, pre-planned, and filled with the few things that genuinely breathe life back into you. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I discuss sabbaticals, creative breakthroughs, and slowing down in order to speed things up the…
 
Welcome to The Intentional Story Podcast! Every single human on this planet has a life full of stories. Whether you see them swirling around you or not, those stories impact the way you see the world, yourself, and all of the people around you. We believe that your stories are worth telling, and we want to help you tell them well. In the inaugural …
 
Well, hi! We’re Maggie, Nate, and Melanie - and in this episode of The Intentional Story Podcast, we share a bit about who we are and what makes us care about stories and the people who tell them. Melanie, the Approachable Badass, wants you to show up for yourself so you can show up for others. Growing up in a space where women were mothers, nurses…
 
Spoiler alert - if you’re ever wanted to watch that Ryan Reynolds movie where he is buried alive, don’t watch it. Or if you really want to watch it, Maggie tells you how it ends in the first 2 minutes, so maybe skip ahead if you don’t want to know. While we may not be able to actually kill our inner critics, we can name them, acknowledge them, and …
 
We seem to hear and read a lot about ‘imposter syndrome’ these days, but what does that mean for us as storytellers? Believe it or not, audiences can tell if you are afraid, insecure, overconfident, or arrogant as soon as you walk on stage. At the end of the day, it all comes down to owning your story, so how can you fully own it? In this episode o…
 
Welcome to the Intentional Story Podcast where we talk about… Maggie’s anger. Okay not really, but that is how we start things off this episode. We are actually continuing our conversation about empathy and storytelling. Melanie, Nate, and Maggie share about some of their experiences, specifically within their families growing up, and how their abi…
 
If you know us at all, you know we talk about empathy A LOT. Spend some time with us as we talk about the difference between empathy and sympathy, and how every single one of us as human beings can feel with other people more genuinely. In this episode of The IntentionalS Story Podcast, we dive deep into how all of these things shape us on and off …
 
Episode Summary Nearly a year ago I published an episode of my podcast where I explained in great detail why I was breaking up with Evernote after a decade of intense loyalty. In just the last few weeks I settled upon my replacement, but my productivity system has evolved to align to a new way of working that significantly reduces the need for a to…
 
Episode Summary Yep! We're having another baby. Tessa and I have been parents for 3 years now, and with another one on the way it feels like a great time to discuss where we’ve come in the parenting world. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I sit down with my wife Tessa to discuss the transitions we’ve made to become parents and how…
 
TEASER ALERT! How many adults does it take to intro a podcast? Get a behind-the-scenes look at how much Melanie, Nate, and Maggie screw up when they need to be serious. Oh, and hear all of us swear… a few times. We’re getting ready to launch The Intentional Story Podcast, so be sure to LIKE, REVIEW, and SUBSCRIBE anywhere you listen to podcasts!…
 
Episode Summary Wouldn’t it be great to do what you love AND get paid to do it? It’s a wonderful thing to connect your passion with your profession, and it all starts by saying yes to yourself and your dreams. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I chat with Marcus dePaula, a professional audio engineer, about mastering your craft and…
 
Episode Summary I have always been inspired by music, but I’m especially amazed by focused sessions of work that are bought on by simply choosing the right audio to keep me in the zone. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Dan Clark, CEO of Brain.fm, about how we can get more value out of time by blocking distractions wit…
 
Episode Summary Plants can change the world, and they’ve been doing it for years. I went vegan over a decade ago and ran dozens of marathons in a wild pursuit to prove to myself that is was possible to ditch meat and be healthier than ever. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I chat with Matt Frazier and Robert Cheeke, authors of The…
 
Episode Summary I grew up in the theatre, performing in plays and musicals. My guest grew up performing improv and connecting with his spontaneity and creativity in a whole new way. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Dave Delaney, host of the Nice Podcast, about effective presentation skills, communicating with your tea…
 
Episode Summary It’s so easy to get caught in the cult of overwork, which is why we need to be reminded how to structure our work and lives to get back to the balance we know is possible. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Megan Hyatt Miller, co-author of Win at Work and Succeed at Life, about how we can navigate the bu…
 
Episode Summary It’s common to fear ambitious goals, but every big dream can be broken down into manageable pieces. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Jim Huling, co-author of The 4 Disciplines of Execution (2nd Edition), about what it takes to execute when it matters most. Episode Show Notes jeffsanders.com/394 Learn M…
 
Episode Summary Pressure is universal, but your responsiveness in the moment is up to you. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Carey Lohrenz, author of Span Of Control, about her days as a fighter pilot, managing intense stress, and simplifying the chaos when your to-do list is out of control. Episode Show Notes jeffsand…
 
Episode Summary I have talked about Greg McKeown and his first book, Essentialism, many times on my podcast because the core message spoke directly to me: I need to do what matters most. But, often times what matters most is hard work, or it’s just hard to make the time to prioritize the priorities. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcas…
 
Episode Summary 2 weeks ago I took a deep dive into my garage — and it was brutal. As organized as I am, I’m also a real person who slowly collects “stuff” over time, and doesn’t always have a plan for every single item. That’s where spring cleaning comes into play to save the day! It’s time to roll up your sleeves, grab a few empty boxes, and get …
 
Episode Summary My guest on the podcast this week has a radical perspective on doing the same things over and over again — it may help you live to 100 or beyond. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Dr. Angel Iscovich, author of The Art of Routine: How Routineology Can Transform Your Life. Episode Show Notes jeffsanders.c…
 
This episode discusses Jacqueline Roy's 2000 debut novel The Fat Lady Sings and themes such as race, gender and sexuality, and mental health. It turns out this is an incredibly apt novel to wrap up an exceptionally heavy semester on a note of hope and joy. CW: sexual assault, loss of a loved one
 
Episode Summary Do you have “me time” built into your day? If not, you may want to add that in right away. In this week’s episode of The 5 AM Miracle Podcast I speak with Dr. Shivani Gupta, founder of Fusionary Formulas, about deep sleep, ayurveda, and healthy habits that bring out your best every single day. Episode Show Notes jeffsanders.com/389 …
 
In this student-led episode, Kath, Addison, and Brooke discuss the Theatre of the Absurd in relation to Samuel Beckett’s play Krapp’s Last Tape and Enda Walsh’s play Penelope. Bibliography Beckett, Samuel. Krapp's Last Tape. Faber and Faber Ltd, 2014. Billington, Michael. “Penelope | Theatre Review.” The Guardian, Guardian News and Media, 26 July 2…
 
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