Evan Burk went from coaching fourth grade football to coaching college football at the highest levels, and also coaching for the Miami Dolphins in the NFL in only six years.
More incredibly, Evan did not play collegiate sports, nor did he have any coaching pedigree or experience. So, how did he climb the coaching ranks to the highest level (the NFL) in only six years?
That's what this episode of The Love Cast with Jamal is all about. No matter if you are a sports fan or not, Evan's story will have direct implications for you and your place in life right now. Listen and recieve abundantly from this episode.
What does international terrorism have in common with our own political behaviors and mindsets when it comes to how 'progressives / liberals' and 'conservatives' interact and see one another? More than you may think.
This episode of The Love Cast with Jamal is a historic episode as I sit down with former CIA (Central Intelligence Agency) Analyst Brent Giannotta.
This is the first time I had the opportunity to interview a former CIA analyst on the The Love Cast with Jamal podcast. What Brent learned in the CIA has implications for all of us.
In this episode, we discuss why the roots of 'terror' actually reside in the uncomfortable fact that we all have been programmed to see the world through the primative lens of 'good' vs 'evil'.
As a result, the roots of terror lay much closer to home, possibly even within ourselves. Give this episode a careful listen...
In this episode of The Love Cast, I sit down with renown film producer, author, and meditation teacher Tom Cronin. After spending 26 years in finance as a broker on a trading room floor, suffering from addictions, anxiety, depression, panic attacks, insomnia and ultimately a nervous breakdown, Tom tuned into meditation to find a way out.
Tom went on to produce the documentary film and book The Portal, creating the world's first deep transcending style meditation program online, working with some of the top companies in the world in mindfulness and meditation from Amazon, Coca-Cola and Qantas, speaking on stages at some of the biggest conferences like Afest, Adews Summit, Wanderlust, etc...
In this episode, Tom and I discuss the insatiable nature of the ego and why we must transcend the ego if we are to tap into our ultimate potential as human beings individually, and humanity as a whole.