Unstoppable Mindset

Inclusion, Diversity and encountering something different and unexpected. We all have reacted to different kinds of people and unexpected situations often with fear and unacceptance. Join blind World Trade Center survivor, No. 1 NY Times Bestseller and Chief Vision Officer for accessiBe, Michael Hingson as he talks with thought leaders and others about our often blinding fear of inclusion and our resistance to change. Mike will explore the idea that no matter the situation or different kinds of people we encounter our own fears and prejudices often are the strongest barriers to moving forward. This podcast is presented by accessCast, an accessiBe initiative.


Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 1h3m. Bisher sind 50 Folge(n) erschienen. Jede Woche gibt es eine neue Folge dieses Podcasts.

Gesamtlänge aller Episoden: 1 day 21 hours



How often do we hear something and then say, “that simply can’t be”. Why are we always so certain? Why do we tend to be so locked into a position that we close our minds to exploring alternatives? Meet our podcast guest David Zimbeck. David grew up with an incredible imagination, a thirst for knowledge and the drive to learn. He is mostly a self-taught person whose desire to learn, think and grow are unstoppable...


 2022-06-15  1h20m

episode 37: An Unstoppable Man of Many Talents

Episode Summary

John Brauer has worked in the nonprofit sector for thirty years. Before that, he ran a construction company and then a dental lab. As you listen to this episode you will get to know a passionate man who has come to have a vision to help bring about meaningful and positive change in the world for persons with disabilities. Other than being light-dependent, John will tell you that he feels that he does not have a disability...


 2022-06-08  1h9m

episode 36: An Unstoppable Journey with Wesley Hagood

Episode Summary In this episode we get to meet Wesley Hagood. Wes has been involved in various software engineering projects and has worked for several major government contractors. His life was great. He was married and had four children. Nearly 20 years ago, however one day he asked his wife a question that caused his whole family’s world to change...


 2022-06-01  n/a

episode 35: From Abandoned Child to Unstoppable Advocate and Teacher with Andie Monet

Meet Andie Monet who, at the age of 16, was totally abandoned by her mother and left homeless to fend for herself. None of that stopped Andie who went on to college, developed a strong personal feeling of self-worth and grew to be an expert in business development. Andie will share with you some of her processes she has used to improve large and small businesses alike. Unbidden she will even discuss persons with disabilities in the workplace...


 2022-05-25  n/a

episode 34: Not Even Covid Could Change Her Mindset with Lisa Thee

Lisa Thee is a consultant to some of the world's most innovative healthcare and global technology companies including Microsoft and UCSF’s Center for Digital Healthcare Innovation. She is the co-Founder of Minor Guard, an Artificial Intelligence software company focused on making people safer online and in real life. A staunch advocate for the protection of children Lisa is unstoppable in her efforts in protecting children, and in fact families, from online bullies and criminals...


 2022-05-18  1h9m

episode 33: Wildgrain, Wild Idea, You Decide with Ismail Salhi

Episode Summary Ismail Salhi is an unstoppable person by any standard. As he says, “I am a computer scientist by training. But fell in love with entrepreneurship in the last 10 years”. His company, Wildgrain was formed in 2020 as the Covid-19 pandemic swept across the world. Mr. Salhi and his wife had a dream and they decided not to let anything stop them from bringing their dream to reality. Today they arguably make the best sourdough bread around...


 2022-05-11  n/a

episode 32: Bob Brill, An Unstoppable Man Even In The Face Of Terror

Episode Summary Bob Brill has been in radio for over 50 years. Not only has he seen and covered it all live, but as you will hear he has been an unexpectant participant and victim. As a radio newscaster and anchor Bob is known for covering the news for networks and local stations. In 1992 he covered the famous, or infamous riots that took place after the acquittal of four policemen who were accused of beating a black man, Rodney King in Los Angeles...


 2022-05-04  59m

episode 31: Taming the Anger Monster with Lorraine Durnford-Hill

Episode Summary What do you do when you are angry? Have you ever thought about controlling your serious anger when it happens? Lorraine Durnford-Hill has been studying anger and anger management for 40 years. She has served as a coach, and therapist and she also has taught children in kindergarten. As she was growing up she faced her own issues.

In our episode this week we get to meet Lorraine...


 2022-04-27  1h8m

episode 30: LauraBeth Ryan is Not Called "The Queen of Resilience" for Nothing

Episode Summary Resilience is an understatement. LauraBeth has not only survived several major health crises in her life, but she has conquered them and moved on. This week you have the opportunity to hear from someone who has lived through health and other challenges and now dedicates her life to help empower women, yes and men too, who are overwhelmed by their own seemingly bad circumstances...


 2022-04-20  55m

episode 29: A Man Who Knows What He Likes Even If It Is Swimming Off The California Coast In 55 Degree Weather With Matt Wrock

Episode Summary No, Matt Wrock is not crazy. His day job finds him working as a software engineer and he does the job well. However, before work on many days, no matter what the season, you will find him swimming off the Dana Point coast in California. Is he afraid of the sea creatures or even 55 degree water temperatures? Listen to this week’s episode of Unstoppable Mindset to find out...


 2022-04-13  1h9m