One of my favorite quotes is “those who say that something is impossible should get out of the way of those of us who are doing it”. For this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Jarom Thurston with special guest Monica Otero from Brazil. Jarom just completed the Badwater Ultramarathon, a grueling 135 mile race that starts in the scorching heat of death valley, and ends at the top of the Whitney Portal (elevation 8,300 ft.). This inspiring story includes ultramarathon participant, Monica, who is a cancer survivor. See the record of this inspiring feat at www.triracer.com.

If perfection makes nothing impossible then imperfection makes everything possible.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul welcomes a colleague and friend, Dr. Dean Barley to the show. Dr. Barley shares some of the research and current thinking about a newer focus in the field of psychology – the positive psychology of happiness and prosperity. Several books are cited, which are listed in the carousel below.


In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Dayna Steele. Dayna is the author of Rock To The Top: What I Learned About Success From The World’s Greatest Rock Stars. She was known for years as Houston’s “First Lady of Radio” with her inside look at the lives and personalities of some of the top rock celebrities. In this interview, Dayna shares what she has learned from the people she has known, as well as her passion for life and liberty. Please visit also the website Dayna set up to promote and encourage proper respect for the National Anthem.

The tables are turned for this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, as Dr. Paul appears as a guest on the Producer Power Hour show with Garrett Gunderson and Garrett White (G squared).? Dr. Paul illuminates the 5 key relationships during this discussion.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews WWII Veteran Zane Taylor.? Zane shares stories and experiences from being an infantryman on the front lines in France, and principles he has learned as a result of his experiences.? Zane’s book, Lesser Heroes, is available through the link on this post.? Hearing the memories of our WWII veterans is becoming a more rare experience.? May we all remember the high cost of freedom that has been paid by our service men and women.