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Welcome to the BIG IMPACT Podcast, where we celebrate inspiring, innovative, insightful people who make an impact in our culture. Our goal with every episode is to encourage, uplift, and enlighten every listener to help offset the overwhelming amount of cynical, negative, destructive conversation heard all too often on a national scale.

Life is too short to be miserable and angry, so enjoy the wisdom and stories of our guests on the BIG IMPACT Podcast!

Dec 1, 2021

Welcome to The Big Impact Ep 242 as we introduce you to The Misfit Nation and its founder, Rich LaMonica.

Misfit Nation started out in 2010 as a band of MisFit Soldiers on a desert plain. In the years since the bond has stayed and we have grown. With this platform, we will share stories of courage, mindset, resilience,...


Nov 23, 2021

Welcome to The Big Impact Ep 241 as we talk with Amazon best-selling author, Jennifer Shaw about her new book and family story - Dumplings Mean Family.

As a Compassion International artist visiting orphanages overseas, Jennifer Shaw and her husband learned that children who were older or had medical issues were rarely...


Nov 17, 2021

Welcome to The Big Impact Ep 240 as we dive into an interesting conversation with two of the co-authors of "The Five Lost Superpowers: Why We Lose Them and How to Get Them Back"

There is a well of untapped potential inside you, just waiting to be unleashed.

Everyone has superpowers when they are a child. We tend to...


Nov 10, 2021

Welcome to The Big Impact Ep 239 as we welcome Joe Delagrave - one of the most inspiring men you'll ever meet.

Captain of the US Paralympic Wheelchair Rugby Team, Joe is a living example of leadership, overcoming, determination, and a faith-centered life.

Listen and be inspired!

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Nov 3, 2021

Welcome to The Big Impact Ep 238 as we introduce 20-year old author, Elijah J. Stacy.

Elijah Stacy suffers from Duchenne muscular dystrophy, a fatal muscle wasting disease. At the age of sixteen, to avoid agonizing surgery, he had to endure enough physical therapy to change the shape of his own spine. It had never been...