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This week we dive into a new mini-series on living your LifePlan. Pursuing our life purpose is incredibly fulfilling and life-giving, but it can also be really hard and challenging at times. This series is designed to help you live a life of purpose; equipping you with fresh tools, insights, and approaches to help you manage and live out your LifeP…
 
Today we are joined by Andrew Briggs, Professor of Nano-materials at the University of Oxford. That means he’s an expert in some pretty remarkable fields, such as understanding quantum technologies. In this conversation, we explore Andrew’s own story and some of the awe-inspiring discoveries he has worked on. We talk about how his Christian faith i…
 
Today we are exploring identity, contribution, and purpose with Andrew Doust, who dedicates his talents to helping families flourish. As founder of Plenitude Partners, Andrew advises families globally, helping them to break the cycle which destroys families and their wealth. With Kore Venture, Andrew is leading the development of programs that enri…
 
Today we are joined by Kat Cole, President & COO of FOCUS Brands. FOCUS is a $5B+ organization, and home to the likes of Cinnabon, Jamba Juice and Moe’s Southwest Grill. Kat joined the FOCUS team in 2010 as President of Cinnabon and successfully drove the multi-channel brand to record sales and growth. Previously, Kat was the Vice President of Hoot…
 
Today we are thrilled to share a conversation with Blaine Hogan. Blaine is a director and story teller. For nearly a decade, Blaine acted on television and in theaters across the country. He served as creative director at a mega church, and as a writer and director he has spent the last ten years creating short films, documentaries, and music video…
 
On today’s episode we are joined by Pastor Jackie White, the Founding & Senior Pastor of Church on the Rock, a multi campus church based in Lubbock, Texas. We’re also joined by Pastor Todd Bolt, Executive Senior Pastor at Victory Worship Center, a multi campus church based in Tuscon, Arizona. Todd is also a LifePlan and StratOp Guide with us here a…
 
Today we are joined by Nate Childs, Chief Marketing Officer of Otter Products, where he leads global marketing and customer service functions. Nate joined Otter back in 2011 as a customer service manager. Nate’s passion is servant leadership, a theme we really enjoyed exploring in this conversation. “Servant leadership and good leadership is much m…
 
Today we are joined by Joel Christensen, the Founder & CEO of Parkwell, a management company focused on delivering best in class parking and mobility services. The team at Parkwell uses the StratOp process, working their plan to position themselves well for the coming months and years ahead. In today’s conversation we explore Joel’s passion for peo…
 
Today we are happy to be joined by Luis Gonzalez, the CEO of Old Elk Distillery. He’s responsible for the vision of the company, the growth and planning initiatives, and for developing the distribution and brand strategies. Prior to his current role, Luis spent seven years with Otter Products in various sales and marketing leadership roles. While a…
 
Today we are thrilled to introduce you to Steve Schlafman. Steve is a coach, investor, and advisor to startups and entrepreneurial leaders. Prior to his work as a coach, Steve had stints at Microsoft and the New England Patriots. In today’s conversation we explore not only Steve’s career journey, but also his journey of sobriety and the practices h…
 
Today we are delighted to share a conversation with Polina Marinova. Polina is the founder and author at the Profile, a subscription-based newsletter featuring the best long form profiles on the internet. At the Profile you can learn from the world’s most successful people and companies. Polina began her career as a journalist, working with USA Tod…
 
Tim Dixon is the Co-Founder of More in Common. Tim is a social entrepreneur who has started businesses and non-profits in the US, UK, and Australia. He trained as an economist and worked as a lawyer in the tech sector. From 2004-2010 Tim worked in senior political rolls, including as economic advisor and chief speech writer for two Prime Ministers.…
 
Who are our heroes? As we look out into the world for places of hope and impact, we see heroic acts; we see heroes in different spheres making great contribution in life and inspiring so many of us into action and impact. In the Paterson Process we invite folks to explore who their heroes are, for who we are inspired by can provide clues into our o…
 
Today we are back for another conversation with David and Stephen, exploring the concept of the “power of a great question.” Great questions can surface truth and reveal something fresh. Specifically today we are exploring the question ‘What is success?’ and even more.. ‘what ISN’T success?’ “Thomas Merton talks about the idea that we set our ladde…
 
Today we are honored to be joined by Wendell Moss for a conversation around racial trauma, truth telling, and the journey towards real reconciliation. As the streets around the US and beyond have erupted with grief, pain, protests and calls for change, we’ve all had to confront afresh systemic racism and its impact. We are all looking for voices of…
 
One of the few things we can count on in life is change. On today’s episode we are joined by friend and co-host Stephen Milburn to explore the different seasons and transitions in life. Today we take a moment to reflect on what the four seasons — summer, spring, fall and winter — can teach us about the various seasons we find ourselves in on our pe…
 
Today we are excited and grateful to be exploring the LifePlan process with Justin Morgan. Justin went through the LifePlan process last year and made some significant shifts out of that to really pursue his unique creative purpose. In today’s episode we have the privilege of walking with Justin through that journey. As he explains, “I had worked i…
 
On today’s episode we are grateful to be joined by Jason Lippert. Jason is the CEO of Lippert Components Incorporated, a $2.5B public company with over 10,000 employees across the US, Canada, the UK and Italy. Based in South Bend, Indiana, LCI specializes in complex component solutions for customers in the RV industry. LCI is known for their deep c…
 
On today’s episode we are joined by Andrew Voysey. Andrew leads Strategy and Business Development at Soil Capital. Based in Europe, Soil Capital works with food and agricultural businesses, financial institutions, and governments to help them enjoy the benefits of transitioning to regenerative agriculture. “Soil is the most essential asset of the w…
 
“What is the call of this moment?” Over the last couple of months, we have been speaking with leaders of movements who have a heart for remarkable transformation in the world. These conversations have come at a time none of us could predict. In this time of disruption there is a call to action. For the team at Paterson, we faced the need to shift o…
 
Today we are honored to have a conversation with Karen Dillon. Karen is the former editor of the Harvard Business Review magazine and she’s the co-author of three books with Clayton Christensen, including the Prosperity Paradox, Competing Against Luck and How Will You Measure Your Life? “How is strategy formed? And why is it that so many companies …
 
In a moment when there is so much division and difference, how do we engage? John Inazu has some wonderful insight on this. John is the author of the book Confident Pluralism and the creator and co-editor of the recently released book Uncommon Ground – providing us with a guide to faithful living in a pluralistic and fractured world. John is the Sa…
 
This week, Ezra and Nate review the Akira Kurasawa classic film, Yojimbo, starring Toshiro Mifune. At the top of the show, Ezra and Nate discuss what they have been up to over the last few months, how they have been handling quarantine, both individually and at the dojo. If hearing more about the Covid sends you into a depression spiral, skip ahead…
 
“I had to redefine courage. I had always equated courage with fearlessness. I thought: ‘Well, if you are really a courageous person, you don’t experience fear.’ I thought of Martin Luther King and Rosa Parks and I created a story about these people – that they were these perfect heroes. When I realized that I could still live into purpose, meaning …
 
Today we have the honor of being joined by Mark Suster. Mark is the Managing Partner at Upfront Ventures, the largest venture capital firm in LA. Before stepping into the world of VC, Mark started and sold 2 companies (selling the last company to Salesforce, where he became VP, Products). Mark is also a prominent blogger – you can check out his tho…
 
“I cannot achieve my way out of this, I can only grieve my way through this.” – Steve Carter Hello friends, David here. On today’s episode we are joined by author, speaker and pastor Steve Carter. Steve is the author of the book This Invitational Life, creator of the Desert Sessions, and co-host of The Home Team podcast, with ESPN’s Sam Ponder and …
 
This week's guest is Professor Stan Russell, expert on Japanese architecture and carpentry. Stan is an Associate Professor at the University of South Florida in Tampa, Florida. He is also the founder of One Corner Architects, a full service Architetural design studio in Ybor City, Tampa Florida. One Corner Architects specialize in creative contempo…
 
This week, Masahiro Imafuji joins the show. Imafuji Sensei is the host of the Kendo Podcast, which you can find at www.kendo-podcast.com. He is also the author of the Kendo Guide website www.kendo-guide.com, where you can find a TON of great information on kendo including books, videos, and web courses, this is for kendo practitiors of every level …
 
In today’s conversation we are joined by Jennie Allen. Jennie is the Founder and Visionary of IF: Gathering, a million strong movement of women around the world. Jennie is also a best selling author of a number of books including Nothing to Prove, Restless, and her latest best seller, Get Out of Your Head: Stopping the Spiral of Toxic Thoughts. Whi…
 
This week, Don Sonney returns to to discuss his career in law enforcement and how it was influenced by his martial arts training. Don Sonney's martial arts training led him to join the Ohio Highway Patrol, which he discusses today. during his time as a trooper he was selected for their newly founded Ranger program (which was the predecessor of the …
 
Hey Friends, David here today (President at Paterson and host of the Paterson Podcast). One of the beautiful gifts of getting to host this podcast is the opportunity to invite incredible people to join us for conversations; including those men and women who have greatly influenced my own life. It’s a delight to share the wisdom and work of these in…
 
This week, long time karate practitioner Don Sonney joins the show.. Mr. Sonney started his karate career in 1964, training in Shotokan Karate in Gary, Pennsylvania under Artis Simmons, who was one of the top karate competitors of the era. He then went on to train in Shuri Ryu with, James McLain in his Cleveland dojo. Don Sonney competed against, w…
 
Today we have the privilege of hearing from Ellen Agler. Ellen serves as the CEO of the END Fund, working to see an end to the suffering caused by Neglected Tropical Diseases (NTDs) that affect over 1 billion people world wide. Most of us have probably never heard of Neglected Tropical Diseases; and yet it is a massive issue affecting over a billio…
 
Today we have the privilege of speaking with inspirational leader Nick Grono. Nick was appointed as the inaugural CEO of the Freedom Fund in 2014, to launch an ambitious effort to mobilize the knowledge, capital and expertise needed to end modern slavery. In the first 5 years of their operation, the Freedom Fund worked with frontline partners to di…
 
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