Korey Dean of The Man Up Club tells us why he started the group and how participants grow and thrive in the club.
Lisa talks to Tedi & Sonya Serge about their idea to help young girls find and maintain self-esteem during a time when most young people are at their most vulnerable.
Dianette Wells sits down with us to talk ULTRAs, Eco-Challenge and climbing all the 7 highest mountains on each continent.
Dr. Tere Linzey of Brain MatterZ tells us how kids can learn brain skills to help them in their education and in life.
Tara Sutphen tells us what it's like working in the world of hypnotherapy, shamanism and pyschic sciences.
C&L talk to Deeran about his book and his appearance on Khloe Kardashian's "Revenge Body" on E!
C&L talk about the important commodity of connection.
After being hit with the force of a semi-truck, Troy Brown talks about walking again and moving forward with life.
Lisa talks to Molly about the loss of a child and how she is using connection to heal and dance to inspire.
Michael Gaulden tells us about his way off of living on the streets of San Diego.
An amazing chat with Paul de Gelder, and how a shark attack changed his life.
Aaron Adirim had a great idea, and he turned that idea into a successful Southern California company. He's here to tell us how he did it.
California State University Channel Islands recently released a study about what plastic is doing to our lives. Dr. Sean Anderson tells us why this study is so important and how we can help make a difference in our everyday lives.
Isabella Barrett tells us how she runs a clothing and beauty business, models and still manages to get her schooling done all at the same time. Plus what she wants to be when she gets a little bit older.