This week’s Unconventional Life guests, Ali Katz made her millions, felt the empty sting of accomplishing “success” without happiness and went on a journey of a lifetime to heal her relationship to money. With a healthy and balanced approach to how much money she really needs, she now feeds her soul in a way that’s placed her in a better position to be of service to the world.
Scott Shay is the co-founder of a bank, a two-time published religious author, and the descendant of an Auschwitz survivor. His life story is anything but conventional. Unassuming, driven to try things differently, and completely aware of the great blessing that is his life.
Shay’s life meets at a curious intersection. His bank was founded on a completely different model than the industry standard. He then chose to cultivate a side career as an author on the topics of Judaism and faith.
This week’s guest Lorna J. brings a twist to the usual line-up of podcast guests in a way that may very well leave you wondering what just happened. Don’t let your inner critic run wild just yet. For now, just listen. Her story is unusual. It came unannounced and could have you questioning...well, everything.
Magic Giant’s lead singer, Austin Bisnow, usually spends a lot of time on the road, sometimes playing up to 150 shows per year. 2020 has looked drastically different. Worms, dirt, and decay kind of different.
Direct and to the point, Amilya shares with Unconventional Life her suggestions for people during this co-vid time. She hopes that each person takes the time to re-evaluate their lives and offers a simple exercise that will help listeners to identify their purpose.