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CTA Gathering

Friends - Wow, hard to believe it’s been 3 years since we first launched our Call to Adventure Podcast. I still recall that very first conversation with Buff Ross, the time of day, that unique place atop the Floyd Manor House and the jitters and fears that seem to encompass all of our leaps into the unknown. We’ve come a long way since that first day and have had the great fortune and opportunity to have engaged in amazing conversations with amazing people. Quite simply, we couldn’t have done it without you.

So….. we wanted to gather all of our guests for a little celebration along with an update of where we currently are and where we’re heading. One of the beautiful things we’ve been blessed with through this process is to have learned from all of you how you engage the world, what fears you have, how you overcome them, how you go about your day, those that inspire you and the types of content you digest. Suffice it to say, you’ve all had a tremendous impact on the both of us and we wanted to take a moment to say Thank you.

All the best- Alex and John



Chris jordan

Chris Jordan, who lives in Seattle, works with photography, digital photo illustration, and film to create unmistakable bodies of work in unified themes exploring contemporary mass culture. His series “Intolerable Beauty” and “Running the Numbers” give artistic visual form to the enormity of global consumerism.

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Listen to a wonderful conversation with an incredible singer songwriter Brendan James. we talk about the significance of having a mentor; having someone recognize your gifts before you even recognize them; the freedom that comes from giving up a backup plan; the music industry hustle; putting down the persona and expectations; touring in the age of social media and the intimacy of house shows; selling his house and traveling the world; leap off the cliff and the net will appear.

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