One Interview One World



Interviews with people from all walks of life, because everyone has a story to share, and we can all learn from each other.


  • The Secret Club of Adoption Series: Interview with Chris Curtin and co-host Julie Morris. They were adopted, individually, into one family.

    10/06/2021 Duration: 50min

    This is the first interview in a series called 'The Secret Club of Adoption' with co-host Julie Morris.  Julie was adopted and adopted a child herself.  We interview her brother, Chris Curtin, to learn about his adopted life.  These interviews teach about adoption and help others realize there is 'A Secret Club of Adoption' that isn't spoken about or shared about enough.

  • Interview with Liesl Ulrich-Verderber, CEO of Ever Widening Circles - a positive global media company

    02/06/2021 Duration: 01h08min

    Interview with CEO of Ever Widening Circles, Liesl Ulrich-VerderberEver Widening Circles is a global positive media company with 6 platforms created with the goal of proving that it is still an amazing world.  EWC's intention is simple: to celebrate the quiet wave of goodness and progress going on all around us that almost no one knows about and to open a new era for us all by changing the negative dialogue of our times.In this interview, Liesl shares about herself and how Ever Widening Circles works to bring positive media and education to the world. One of their media platforms is the EWC education platform. EWCed offers curated videos, text, and questions for learners and educators on many subjects. It is created to reach a diversity of learners with educational content that connects the information to the real world. She shares about The Conspiracy of Goodness Network, an inspiring platform to connect people working on solving the problems in the world today. You will learn about applying the 4 Shifts: Pa

  • An Immigrant Story with Nigel Dix; he left England for America when he was 21.

    11/05/2021 Duration: 01h08min

    At the age of 21, Nigel Dix decided to leave England to come to America, hoping for a better future than what he had back home. He had no money, no place to live, but knew a friend who had come here. Nigel made his way by working odd jobs and standing on the corner for work in the beginning. He grew up constantly being tired in school and having a hard time learning, which later he realized was undiagnosed fibromyalgia. Yet, Nigel had the determination to make his way in the world. He got deported once after being interviewed by the Orange County Register. He came back to America six weeks later and made a life here. Listen to the interview to learn more about Nigel Dix.,

  • Interview with Kathleen Hallal, Co-Director of Non Toxic Communities.

    03/03/2021 Duration: 53min

    Interview with Kathleen HallalCo-Executive Director of Non Toxic CommunitiesKathleen Hallal is the mother of three teens who were diagnosed with autoimmune issues at a young age. She became aware of environmental factors when searching for ways to improve their health. Over the years, she spoke with doctors, farmers, retired government scientists, university researchers, and others who all told her the same thing, namely, that pesticides used on crops and in the environment have a definite negative effect on children’s health. Fully 54% of US children now have a chronic health condition, and the numbers are climbing. Wanting to do something about this, she co-founded Non Toxic Communities with her partner Diana Carpinone of Dover, New Hampshire, and they both began to work to bring about change in their communities with the help of Beyond Pesticides. Working through her District’s PTA, she led a movement to convince her school district, and then her city, to adopt organic methods and to stop using toxic produ

  • Interview with Kristen Vande Bossche, who is a Certified Financial Planner.

    02/02/2021 Duration: 01h05s

    Kristen Vande Bossche is passionate about teaching financial literacy. She started her career after graduating from Washington State University in 2013 and joining her family business, Vande Bossche Financial. As she immersed herself into the financial investment business, she discovered that when clients have a clear financial plan and follow that plan, they get peace of mind about their financial future, be it buying a home, financing a child’s college education or planning for retirement.While building on the knowledge of the business she not only obtained all of the securities licenses, but she also went back to school to become a Certified Financial Planner and a Retirement Income Certified Professional. One of the most important lessons that she has learned over the last 8 years is understanding the needs of clients and recognizing that everyone’s economic and life situation is unique.She married her husband Kai in 2018 and at the end of 2019 they welcomed their son

  • Interview with Paula D’Andrea who is an intuitive business consultant.

    15/01/2021 Duration: 01h15min

    Paula D'Andrea is a powerhouse of resolution and results. Equipped with an incredible wealth of experience, knowledge and intuitiveness, her transformations provide the most energy, focus and momentum possible. Paula brings 20+ years of expertise and two 6-figure businesses in personal development to the table including fitness and high-level mentoring.  As an intuitive business consultant, she meticulously identifies + removes blocks for conscious capital CEO's and high impact entrepreneurs who want to achieve transformational objectives for themselves and their businesses with diligence, speed, discretion and integrity.Paula's expertise has been featured on and in the Wall Street Journal,, KNBC, KTLA and Telemundo, and she is a contributing author in two Amazon International Best Sellers. She speaks and teaches her signature program, True North Method globally. You can find her course, RESET + MANIFEST exclusively on Awoken

  • Interview with Sam Hashizu, a Holistic Accountant

    19/12/2020 Duration: 01h24min

    Sam shares about his Holistic Accounting style and the many ways that he has applied his perspective throughout his career and life with his staff and clients.

  • An adoption story shared by Julie Morris. Julie was adopted at one day old, and she is an adoptive mother herself.

    23/07/2020 Duration: 58min

    An adoption story shared by Julie Morris. Julie was adopted at one day old, and she is an adoptive mother herself.Julie grew up knowing she was adopted.  She had one sister from her adoptive family, and one adoptive brother growing up.  She always wondered where she came from and who her biological parents were.  Her story unfolds and you will find out how she ended up connecting with her two biological sisters, and how life was for Julie.  This interview is very insightful into understanding a person’s point of view from being adopted to also raising an adopted child.  The adoption arena has so many facets to it, and this interview shines a light on this topic.

  • Carrie Wojciechowski shares about being a Clinical Nutritionist.

    16/06/2020 Duration: 01h02min

    Carrie Wojciechowski, who has been a Clinical Nutritionist for over 8 years, shares about how changing her eating habits helped heal her, and made her want to become a nutritionist.  You will learn about nutrition, vitamins, water intake, family health patterns, and more that affect us, and how we can improve our quality of life through healthy eating with whole foods and sustainable nutrition.

  • An inspirational interview with Sotonye Douglas, who is a rising second-year medical student.

    28/05/2020 Duration: 01h10min

    An inspirational interview with Sotonye Douglas, who is a rising second-year medical student.  Sotonye grew up in Brooklyn, New York.  She shares how she wanted to become a doctor since she was a child, but there weren’t any Doctors that looked like her around as role models until she met Dr. Cambridge by chance in high school.  That was the moment Sotonye realized she could go after her dream of becoming a doctor.  You will learn how her perseverance and hard work made her vision come true.  Sotonye also shares many important aspects about getting into and being in medical school. #simply_soso, YouTube: Simply Sotonye, 

  • Interview with Roni Askey-Doran who is a world traveler, author, artist, chef, and proprietor of the Secret Garden in Mompiche, Ecuador.

    06/05/2020 Duration: 01h22min

    Roni Askey-Doran is a Tasmanian born world traveler who has been to 46 countries.  She has spent her life seeking adventure, happiness, and inner peace.  She is the author of many books, an artist, a chef, and she is the owner and manager of the Secret Garden in Mompiche, Ecuador.  The Secret Garden Mompiche is a sustainable eco-home where guests can experience the tropical jungle, healthy foods, and a wonderful host. Roni shares stories from her travels, her books, her experience of teaching English and moving to Ecuador, to about building a place to live and share the jungle with others in Mompiche.

  • Personal Trainer, Doug Carter, shares about being a fitness trainer and a soccer coach.

    21/04/2020 Duration: 54min

    Personal Trainer, Doug Carter, shares about being a fitness trainer and a soccer coach.  He talks about the many facets that go into this type of business, how he became of Personal Trainer after the company he worked for went out of business, to how one's positive mindset and good discipline can take you everywhere.  Many topics are covered, including weight training, cardio. stretching, rollers, interval training, gym and outside training, diet and nutrition, putting in the effort, training while injured, easing into exercising if you haven’t in a while, tips for people who want to become a trainer, to things he has learned along the way. Steel Fitness,, (949) 929 2973, Instagram: doug___carter, Facebook: Doug Steelfitness Carter

  • Energy Healer, Dr. Lara Romero, teaches about living our lives on our own terms.

    25/03/2020 Duration: 01h01min

    Dr. Lara Romero is an energy healer who can work with your higher self, your guides and angels, to help one live their life to the fullest by working through one’s beliefs and patterns.  In this interview, she explains about your higher self, following your intuition and ways to perceive and follow it, what the ego is, setting intentions to be clear on what it is that you want, how to deal with fear in our lives, how to deal with life’s frustrations, and how to manifest your goals.Find out more at

  • Real Estate Agent, Justin Smith, shares about working in this field.

    19/02/2020 Duration: 58min

    Justin Smith, and his wife Sarye, both work as full-time agents for RE/MAX Consultants in La Quinta, CA. They represent the many cities that are part of the Coachella Valley, such as Palm Desert, La Quinta, Indio, and Palm Springs. Justin shares how he made a leap of faith and changed his career. He moved to the desert in California to become a real estate agent. He met his wife there, and they have two beautiful young girls. You will learn about the life of a real estate agent, to ways of engaging people that lead to more sales in this arena, to important information to know when buying or selling a home.

  • Teaching women about car maintenance and mechanics with Kingdom Auto Repair & the Ladies Kar Care Clinic

    04/02/2020 Duration: 01h26min

    In this episode, you will learn about basic and more advanced items to know about your car.  Many topics are explained, from tires, brakes, rotors, car fluids, car filters, checking car fluids, sounds that cars make, how to ask a car mechanic about your car and to request the old parts for the work completed, safety issues when checking out your car, and so much more.  This was an outside Ladies Kar Care Clinic, run by Irving and Cindy Calderon of Kingdom Auto Repair in Garden Grove,

  • Pat Salas, a Vietnam War Veteran, shares his story about being in the Vietnam War.

    20/11/2019 Duration: 01h12min

    Pat Salas, a Vietnam War Veteran, shares his story about being in the Vietnam War.  He was 22 years old when he was drafted.  Pat gives a heartfelt, open, and realistic account of being in the war.  You will get a real perspective of what it was like to be a soldier in Vietnam.  He didn’t have help dealing with PTSD after the war, and it took him 25 years to finally reach out for help.  Listen to learn more about his life, the Vietnam War, and how war affects a person and society in so many ways. 

  • Peg Corley, Executive Director of the LGBT Center OC

    17/10/2019 Duration: 24min

    Interview with Peg Corley, who is the Executive Director at the LGBT Center OC.  Peg shares about the many programs available, and how the center is there to help the LGBTQ+ community.  The center's programs are designed for gay men, lesbians, youth, the transgender community, the Spanish-speaking LGBT community, the bisexual community, and LGBT families. They are one of the oldest gay and lesbian community centers in the United States.

  • Ellen, a Pediatric Gastroenterology Nurse Practitioner shares about working in this field...

    18/09/2019 Duration: 01h08min

    Ellen, a Pediatric Gastroenterology Nurse Practitioner shares about working in this field.  Many GI subjects are discussed: Eosinophilic esophagitis (EoE), constipation, Crohn's disease, IBF, IBS, MRE, ulcerative colitis, biologics, emerging biologics, allergies, gastroenterology, food impactions, endoscopy, GI, low energy, unexplained weight loss, waking up with pain, enterography, esophagus, allergist, benchmark research, immunology, allergies, autoimmune diseases, inflammation, colitis, microbiome, acid reflux, and more.

  • Tracey, a hair stylist for 38 years, shares what life is like behind the chair.

    25/07/2019 Duration: 53min

    Tracey, a hair stylist for 38 years, shares what life is like behind the chair. She talks about working in the field, how the hair industry has progressed, how she understands what her client’s hair can and can’t do, to being a listening ear and friend to her clients.

  • The life of a chef with Chef Casey Pendergras

    19/06/2019 Duration: 01h10min

    Interview with Chef Casey Pendergras who has been working as a chef most of his life. He learned all aspects of working in a kitchen from doing the dishes at age 14, to going to culinary school, and then working his way up as a cook and a chef. He explains what it is like to work in this field.

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