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The Ripple Effect Podcast with Steve Harper

The Ripple Effect podcast delivers an insightful exploration of the power of making a difference in the world by connecting better with those you know or hope to know in the future. Steve Harper gives valuable insight, ideas and strategies that make an immediate impact on your personal and professional life.
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Now displaying: December, 2018
Dec 17, 2018

Aruna Ghatak-Roy shares some of her inspirational story about testing limits, staying curious and giving new things a try. This powerful young lawyer shares some powerful lessons we can all learn from about taking chances and not settling for anything that doesn't excite and inspire you.

I was so grateful that Aruna agreed to come onto the podcast and share her thoughts. There is no doubt in my mind that she will ignite your curiosity and inspire you to take new on new challenges. Heck maybe even surfing!

Dec 9, 2018

Gregory Diehl is a thoughtful and inspiring young man that I first came into contact with a few years ago. Every since meeting him, I've been inspired by his adventures and willingness to experience things some of us only dream about.

He's a adventure traveler having visited in 50+ countries and parlayed his experience into a unique entrepreneurial journey. A successful speaker, podcaster and author, Gregory's latest book The Influential Author is helping individuals understand how to get their ideas and stories published.

I'm proud to introduce you to Gregory and trust you'll be inspired by him as much as I have been.

Gregory's books can be found on Amazon by clicking here: https://www.amazon.com/Gregory-Diehl/e/B017USY7IU/ref=sr_tc_2_0?qid=1544384008&sr=8-2-ent

Dec 2, 2018

Let's face it, the assumptions and stories we tell ourselves is probably killing our relationships and our chances for success. So why does our brain do this? Believe it or not, it's for the sake of efficiency but it often leads us down the wrong path and causes us to miss the mark a lot of the time. 


And yes, it's working against your ability to be a rock star Rippler. 

 

 

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