Doug Abrams: Be Joyful

By | September 21st, 2016|

Doug is the Founder & President of Idea Architects. He is a former editor at the University of California Press and HarperCollins where he spent a decade trying to balance truth (with a small “t”) and Relevance (with a big “R”). He comes from a publishing family and learned about ideas, books, and culture around [...]

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Lance Mackey (4X Iditarod Champ): Race To Redemption

By | September 7th, 2016|

Born and raised in Alaska, Lance Mackey grew up around dog mushing and tough times. His father, Dick Mackey, was one of the founders of the Iditarod Sled Dog Race, which was officially organized in 1973. What is the Iditarod Sled Dog Race? The ultimate endurance event comprised of a sled dog race across 1,200 [...]

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Dr. John Gottman: The Man’s Guide to Women

By | August 31st, 2016|

Dr. John Gottman is one of the most important and influential relationship therapists for the past quarter century. He has authored and/or co-authored over 40 books, including the following bestsellers:  The Seven Principles for Making Marriage Work What Makes Love Last The Relationship Cure Why Marriages Succeed or Fail Raising An Emotionally Intelligent Child Co-founder of [...]

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Dr. Jason Carthen: A Path To Truth

By | August 24th, 2016|

“On paper, I was a statistic,” says Dr. Jason Carthen of his early life. Born in Decatur, Alabama to a single mother, Jason grew up in poverty with his siblings both in Alabama and after his mother moved the family to Ohio in search of better opportunities. When a high school football coach eventually noticed [...]

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Renee Patrick: Design for Dying

By | August 21st, 2016|

Renee Patrick is the pseudonym for married authors Rosemarie and Vince Keenan. Rosemarie is a research administrator and poet. Vince a screenwriter, journalist and resident cocktail expert. Rosemarie and Vince share passions for the movies, amazing cocktails, and yes, the New York Mets. Together, having introduced films at the famous Noir City Film Festival and [...]

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Barry Friedman: Standing In The Fire

By | August 3rd, 2016|

Barry Friedman has been on an incredible journey for almost 40 years now as a 4-time World Juggling Champion, 6-time TED Presenter and most notably one half of the iconic and famed, Raspyni Brothers!   You may have seen him on television over the years, with Johnny Carson on The Tonight Show, or as the [...]

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Ayron Jones & The Way: Show Them Love

By | July 28th, 2016|

Ayron Jones grew up in the shadow of Jimi Hendrix, in the same Seattle neighborhood. Hear his incredible True North Story® and musical inspiration. Listen today. "I'm here to finish his spiritual work," Ayron Jones says of the iconic guitarist and legend. Follow us on Twitter: @TrueNorthStory @tamafulton @johnmesserall Like us on Facebook! We want to get [...]

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Jenna Ricker: The American Side

By | July 20th, 2016|

Jenna Ricker is an American film director, writer, producer and member of the Director's Guild of America.   Her first feature film, "Ben’s Plan," a coming of age drama starring Ben Schnetzer (The Book Thief, Pride) was made on a micro-budget, was awarded Best Drama at the AOF Festival, Distinguished Debut at the London Independent [...]

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Josh Harvey: An Authentic Original

By | July 13th, 2016|

This week's episode of True North Story® veers into the eclectic universe of handcrafted products, made by extremely talented artisans here in the USA.  Josh Harvey is one of those creative artisans and this is his True North Story®.   Well, in all honesty... it's Josh and his beautiful wife's story, since according to Josh, without [...]

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Barry Long: Extreme Survivor

By | June 30th, 2016|

One morning Barry awoke and made a clear choice. A choice that would change his life forever. The sun felt warm, a gentle breeze greeting his face on this particularly beautiful Portland, Oregon morning. The day was perfectly ripe for an invigorating motorcycle ride along a windy stretch of highway adjacent to the pristine and [...]

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