Archives: Podcast

Sovereignty/Free Will

What’s more polarizing than a good ‘ole Calvinism/Arminianism standoff?! Today, Mark and Justin take on this vast subject that pits the seemingly opposing views of God’s sovereignty versus man’s free will. Is there room for both? Can we have our cake and eat it too? Maybe we don’t answer all the questions, but we certainly…

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Judge Jason Disbrow: Part 2

Happy Day-after-the-4th! We hope you had your fill of fireworks and funnel cake as we celebrated the anniversary of our nation’s declaration of freedom! Last week we shared the first part of our chat with Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Jason Disbrow. We’ve heard a lot of great feedback on the episode, as Judge Disbrow…

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Judge Jason Disbrow

Listen in as Mark and Justin cross-examine our newest guest, Senior Resident Superior Court Judge Jason Disbrow. Join us as we get a fascinating “How I See It” look behind the Judge’s bench, hearing some of the nuances of making judgments, how the system works, and how “The Law” can be polarizing, depending on which…

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Mary Beth Fuchs: Part 2

In this 2nd part of our conversation with Mary Beth (listen to part 1), we continue the topic of integrative health and ways we can optimize our body’s natural systems. We also work at convincing her to start a blog AND a podcast, and finally, Mary Beth asks us how we got started with “How…

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Mary Beth Fuchs – A conversation on healthcare

In this special guest episode, we chat with our good friend Mary Beth Fuchs, who has been in the healthcare industry for many years, and experienced many facets, both good and bad, within the industry. Join us as we learn a ton from Mary Beth about our bodies’ natural systems for promoting our health, the…

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True Leadership

Leadership is a topic man has been mulling over for centuries. So forgive us as we indulge, discussing the difference between what is typically known as leadership vs what we call “true leadership.” Is leadership an innate quality or something that can be developed? If there were dogs to demonstrate leadership, are you more of…

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Rest

Rest and productivity are seemingly at odds to one another. Yet it’s impossible to remain truly productive without factoring rest in to the equation (or can we simply live on a steady diet of caffeine??). Is there value in rest without productivity being the goal? Join us and find out (how we see it). Better…

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User-friendly

What makes someone “user-friendly”? What does that have to do with software? We’re not sure either, but we tie them together anyway. Listen in as we discuss how attachment styles and love languages affect how we see it. Show Notes 5 love languages (Dr. Gary Chapman) Acts of Service Receiving Gifts Quality Time Words of…

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White Blank Page

“The best-laid plans of mice and men often go awry.” What do you do when you start to sense your week getting away from you? In this episode, we discuss a tool Mark uses to reset and recenter when the week becomes overwhelming or we fail to meet our expectations set out. He calls it…

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Chesterton’s Fence

Who’s Chesterton and why are we talking about his fence? In this episode, we discuss the benefits of “Second Order Thinking”, a concept outlined in an article we came across recently. Listen in and find out what those benefits are, and what they possibly have to do with a fence. Show Notes Blog posts/etc mentioned…

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