The Light Watkins Show
Host Light Watkins helps his guests uncover the story behind the story of how they started their movement for social good, by leading them through a retrospective of their “dark tunnel” moments to reveal how they found their inner light. If you’re in the darkness right now, hearing these stories will surely help you to find your inner light as well.
195: Mastering the Art of Public Speaking with Josh Linkner And The Community He Co-Founded For Speakers Who Want To Make An Impact With Their Story
In this week’s episode of The Light Watkins Show, we dive into the captivating journey of Josh Linkner, a figure synonymous with innovation, resilience, and the power of creativity. Raised in Detroit, Josh"s early challenges shaped a relentless drive for achievement and a passion for music, leading him from piano lesso
194: The One Change That Had The Biggest Impact On My Life (It Wasn't Meditation): Solo Episode with Light Watkins
In this episode, we"re keeping it real about how something as simple as giving up alcohol can unexpectedly transform your life. Imagine this: One day, you decide to stop drinking, not because you have to, but just to see if you feel any different. What unfolds isn"t just a series of changes in habits, like swapping bee
In this compelling episode of The Light Watkins Show, host Light Watkins is joined by Danny Morel, a remarkable figure whose life story is a testament to the transformative power of resilience, introspection, and embracing one"s roots. Born and raised in the vibrant yet challenging streets of New York City, Danny"s jo
192: How Taryn Toomey's Act of Kindness Led to the Creation of a Movment Called 'The Class'
In this week’s episode of The Light Watkins Show, host Light Watkins is in conversation with Taryn Toomey, founder and the creative force behind "The Class" – a revolutionary exercise methodology that marries fitness with mindfulness. This episode offers a profound look into Taryn"s extraordinary journey from a challe
191: NYPD Whistleblower Edwin Raymond Talks About What It's Like To Be "An Inconvenient Cop"
In this week’s episode, Edwin Raymond, a former NYPD officer and author of "An Inconvenient Cop," is back to offer an in-depth look at his remarkable journey from a troubled childhood in Brooklyn to becoming a police officer and, ultimately, a courageous whistleblower. Raymond"s story is not just a personal narrative;
190: Embracing Midlife as a Springboard for Growth and Transformation with Chip Conley
In this week"s episode, we shed new light on midlife, transforming the dreaded "crisis" into a phase of immense growth and self-discovery. Our guest, Chip Conley, a seasoned entrepreneur and founder of the Modern Elder Academy, shares his inspiring journey and profound insights into making midlife a period of unparall