Episode Archive

17 episodes of Learning, Laughing, Loving since the first episode, which aired on June 2nd, 2020.

  • Episode 17: Iron Sharpens Iron

    December 12th, 2020  |  55 mins 34 secs

    In this episode we talk with Aaron Walker. For over 38 years, Aaron has been a small business owner, devoted husband, and community leader. Aaron has been in a personal Mastermind with his friend, financial guru, Dave Ramsey for over two decades. Spiritual mentors David Landrith and Bob Warren have impacted his spiritual life beyond measure. Two other disciplined mastermind groups, 48 Days led by friend Dan Miller and The Torch have played a role in his understanding of how to live a significant and successful life. Aaron incorporates education and learning opportunities into his daily routine, remaining informed of the latest tools and trends available, which he shares with the men on ISI Mastermind Group.

  • Episode 16: Making Space

    December 4th, 2020  |  29 mins 5 secs

    In this episode we talk a bit about making space for human connection and conversation. We also talk about the history of the unicorn!

  • Episode 15: This American Life

    December 3rd, 2020  |  40 mins 7 secs

    In this episode we talk about post-election America and how we're navigating it.

  • Episode 14: Our Post-Election Commentary

    November 7th, 2020  |  39 mins 31 secs

    If you want to hear a Republican and a Democrat learn, laugh and love each other as we discuss the 2020 election this is the place to go! Listen to us unpack it.

  • Episode 13: Veritas

    September 22nd, 2020  |  51 mins 50 secs

    What's the truth and how do you find it? We tackle that question and several others in this episode!

  • Episode 12: Let's Talk Judaism

    September 11th, 2020  |  1 hr 37 secs

    In this episode we welcome our first guest every, Paul Edwards. He's a content writer, master influencer, and has had his Christian faith richly enhanced by a deep and sustained interaction with Judaism. We had a great, free wheeling conversation. Enjoy!

  • Episode 11: Potpurri

    September 3rd, 2020  |  45 mins 33 secs


    noun: potpourri; noun: pot-pourri
    a mixture of dried petals and spices placed in a bowl or small sack to perfume clothing or a room.
    a mixture of things, especially a musical or literary medley.

  • Episode 10: Adapting and Evolving

    August 28th, 2020  |  33 mins 47 secs

    In this episode we talk about how ideas and institutions evolve in the midst of things like pandemics.

  • Episode 9: Social Trust and Political Predicitions

    August 21st, 2020  |  35 mins 12 secs

    In this episode we talk about social trust, society, and make a few political predictions.

  • Episode 8: Less Than Helpful

    August 14th, 2020  |  31 mins 56 secs

    In this episode we talk about the dangers of judgmentalism, things that make erode noble ideas, and other things that are "less than helpful."

  • Episode 7: What's The Next Big Thing

    August 7th, 2020  |  42 mins 28 secs

    In this episode we talk about what the next big thing is and how you know it when you see it.

  • Episode 6: Metrics, Metrics, Metrics

    July 30th, 2020  |  43 mins 2 secs

    In this episode we talk about how things are measured in politics, pandemics and in the wider culture and how you make sense of it all.

  • Episode 5: What Do You See And Who Do You See It With?

    July 12th, 2020  |  54 mins 9 secs

    In this episode we talk about words teenagers use, some of Evan's ventures, and how relationships enable us to see the world.

  • Episode 4: Danger and Opportunity

    July 5th, 2020  |  37 mins 23 secs

    The Chinese character for crisis is the combination of the characters for danger and opportunity. We're in a crisis in American culture today. We discuss the dangers and opportunities that may be presenting themselves all around us.

  • Episode 3: Complexity and Conversation

    July 3rd, 2020  |  47 mins 53 secs

    In this episode we talk CHAZ in Seattle, the resilience of complex systems, and the amazing power of conversation to change the world.

  • Episode 2: Avoiding the Double Down

    June 11th, 2020  |  47 mins 8 secs

    When things aren't going well or quite right, we often double down on what we're doing rather than change course? Why is this? How can we avoid it?