In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Chip Romney. As a youth, Chip suffered a head injury that left him in a coma for 3 months and caused some permanent effects in his life. Chip shares his story, including his inspiring choice to take control of his life. He chose to stop being a “why-ner” and life his life on purpose. Chip acknowledges Art Berg as one of his heroes. Art’s book, “The Impossible Just Takes A Little Longer” is a great example of living on purpose. This show is dedicated to the memory of this great and inspiring mentor. Chip is available for speaking to groups and can be reached at chipromney03@gmail.com.


In this special edition of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul invites his friend and best-selling author, Garrett Gunderson, for a live tele-seminar. Live callers from across the nation pose their questions to Garrett about his groundbreaking book on personal finance, “Killing Sacred Cows.”

One of our listeners asked Garrett what a few of the most influential books were for him personally – we’ve included a link here with his answers (see carousel below).

Also, here is a QUICK LINK to the previous interview that I did with Garrett last October just as the book was being completed.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Patrick Donohoe of The Investor’s Paradigm. Money is one of those topics that comes up everywhere, and seems to have an enormous power and influence in our lives. This discussion reveals some of the paradoxes about money and gives some practical ideas for getting unstuck with regard to money.  Several suggestions are mentioned as educational resources including Kim Butler, Garrett Gunderson, and several other authors and mentors (see the carousel).

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews author and life coach, Darlene Braden. Darlene is an expert in the area of NLP (neurolinguistic programming) and helps people in their professional and personal lives to overcome self sabotage.

For this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul is joined by Michael Ray Hopkin to interview Phil Myers, co-author of the hot new business book, “Tuned In: Uncover the Extraordinary Opportunities That Lead to Business Breakthroughs.” In this discussion, Phil shares his vast experience in working with thousands of companies to help them master the steps to being tuned in and creating what he calls a “resonator”, which is a perfect solution to a specific problem that is so compelling and powerful that it sells itself.

  1. Find Unresolved Problems
  2. Understand Buyer Personas
  3. Quantify the Impact
  4. Create Breakthrough Experiences
  5. Articulate Powerful Ideas
  6. Establish Authentic Connections

This episode of Live On Purpose Radio features an interview with Julie de Azevedo Hanks, LCSW.  Julie is the founder and director of Wasatch Family Therapy, and the host of K-Jazz Television’s “You and Me Monday” which is part of the “Home Team” series.  Dr. Paul Interview’s Julie about moving from contention to compassion in marriage.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews best-selling author Pamela Hansen.  Pam has had some powerful experiences with transforming her life and shares her inspiring story in two recent books.  I’ve started a bit of a pattern here with interviewing inspiring runners – lots of great life analogies to be found in this particular topic.  Learn more about Pam at www.runningwithangels.com or click on the links below to purchase her inspiring books.

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.

For this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Eric Malachowski, who has an interest in and considerable experience with gold and silver. The diluting of paper money is discussed, with the solution being a return to real value, both in our money and in our focus. Finding the ways that you can personally add real value to others is the foundation of establishing a firm economic future. You can e-mail Eric through mattheweric1974@msn.com .

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul takes on two six-year-olds. Noah and Anna share their cumulative dozen years of experience on a variety of topics in a very lively discussion with the shrink who expands your life. For those of you who can really relate to this show, please also visit the Parental Power blogsite.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Dino Pinder, the author of Dino’s Dime. Dino has an incurable positivity about him, and some powerful ideas to help people maintain a perspective in life. A native of Spanish Wells in the Bahamas, Dino provides some island wisdom for Live On Purpose listeners.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews one of his own coaches, Colleen O’Donnell. Colleen is a very successful business owner and co-author of the book “Generous Kids“. Teaching kids the habit of giving on purpose is one way to change the world. Add power to your life by giving your time, talents, and treasure.

Self improvement and psychology is the focus of this episode of Live On Purpose Radio.  Dr. Paul is joined by Dr. Jason Adams (the two shrinks) as they take the mic and take on some common questions that show up in a shrink’s inbox or voicemail.  Practical advice and a wealth of professional experience from two seasoned psychologists.  If you have questions, topics, or issues for future episodes of “Two Shrinks And A Mic”, feel free to e-mail your suggestions to DrPaul@Liveonpurposeradio.com and we will address them on the show.

Investing is a dirty word to some people because of losses and difficulties secondary to poor investment choices.  In this episode of Live on Purpose Radio Dr. Paul interviews David Soper, a registered investment advisor, about the anatomy of an investment and what you can do if you’re in a position you don’t like.

Best-selling author David Meerman Scott joins Dr. Paul and Michael Ray Hopkin to discuss concepts from his book, “The New Rules Of Marketing and PR”, the leading business book of 2007. Anyone can become a thought leader and get their message out to the world through the new world of information and the internet. This content is absolutely essential for entrepreneurs, business owners, and anyone else who wants to succeed in today’s marketplace.

Rick Priddis is Dr. Paul’s guest on this episode of Live On Purpose Radio. Rick is a successful entrepreneur in the area of accompaniment music which is available through www.singprosound.com. Dr. Paul and Rick discuss some of the predictable and sometimes challenging issues surrounding creating and succeeding in your own business.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Natalie Nelson, who is one of this year’s contestants in the Mrs. Utah United States Pageant.  Natalie shares a four-part process that she has discovered that helps people, and particularly women, to discover and reveal their radiance.  You can learn more about Natalie and find out ways to support her cause through her blog site.  She has also started a new blog specifically to support her businesses in revealing radiance in women.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews returning guest, Summer A. Morris. Summer is a licensed counselor who specializes in infertility and women’s issues. Summer highlights some of the points from the book, “The Female Brain” by Dr. Louann Brizendine. This discussion is geared toward helping people to understand better the female brain and also gives some practical advice about what to do with this information. You can learn more about some of Summer’s work through her blog www.infertelligence.wordpress.com

Facing fears is a daily part of Dr. Paul’s work.  Parents sometimes wonder how they can help their kids with this thing that is even difficult for them.  In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews Ken Baker, author of Brave Little Monster.  The discussion is centered around how to help kids, but the principles work for big people too.

Everyone has a unique package in their life of assets and liabilities. Our liabilities or difficulties can sometimes prompt us to do the kind of thinking that creates misery and captivity. On this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews two men, Bill Seger and David Peterson, who each share their particular stories about how they have come to terms with some difficult liabilities in their own life.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio Dr. Paul’s guests are Dr. Robert and Carol Pope, presidents of the the Utah chapter of CEO Space, and CreationTree Coach Ross Kellyn Moore. They discuss ways for busy executives to create more space to thrive in both their business and their family.

In this episode of Live On Purpose Radio, Dr. Paul interviews international best-selling author and leadership expert, Mark Sanborn. Mark wrote The Fred Factor which contains four key principles for turning the ordinary in your life into the extraordinary. This is an episode you won’t want to miss.

Dr. Paul interviews clinical psychologist, Dr. Randy Hyde about the most important thing in the world – family. Dr. Hyde and Dr. Paul have both dedicated their careers to helping to strengthen families. Insights from clinical practice as well as life experience are shared, with practical advice specifically for parents. Dr. Hyde has recently completed a powerful program for helping families, especially families with teens called “Teen Miracle.” A special offer is presented exclusively for Live On Purpose listeners.

In this episode of Live on Purpose Radio Dr. Paul talks with entrepreneur Jon Farris about the mental aspects of money.  Three practical exercises are recommended to help you shift your paradigm about money.

Find out more about what Jon is doing at cashflowparadigm.com.

In this Valentine’s Day special edition of Live On Purpose, Dr. Paul invites returning guests, Craig Rollo and Dr. Jason Adams to discuss the topic of increasing fondness in marriage.  The men are joined and the show is enhanced by Jamee Adams (married to Dr. Jason).  The five love languages are presented as a way to increase fondness, along with other powerful principles to help you live on purpose.

In this episode of the Live on Purpose Radio podcast Dr. Paul interviews David and Gerri Hinton about their company Abundant Reading Systems. They give some of the basic tools for reading more effectively so that you can read more books that will help you to live on purpose.

To find more information about upcoming events with Abundant Reading Systems click here.

An important aspect of living on purpose is being unified with your spouse.  In this episode of Live on Purpose, Dr. Paul visits with The Prosperity Coach Cynthia Clements about ten keys to assist couples in getting on the same page financially.

You can reach Cynthia by E-mail through cynthia@theprosperitycoach.com or by calling Heather at (801) 655-5450.

Dr. Paul interviews relationship expert and long time colleague Dr. Jason Adams about prioritizing relationships as a way to live on purpose.  Busy executives sometimes allow career to consume their time and energy at the expense of their family.  This episode of Live on Purpose gives some tools for rescuing and enhancing those key relationships.

You can contact Dr. Adams through his E-mail address at drjason@creationtreecoaching.com or at cashflowparadigm.com

Dr. Paul interviews attorney Will Rodgers about becoming better men, which is also the title of an upcoming book.  Will shares some of his difficult past, and discussion turns to how life circumstances are not the determining factor for prosperity and happiness in life.

Dr. Paul visits with Shaye Larsen, founder and CEO of Prosperity Idea International, about the value of ideas and the power of giving as a form of marketing.  You can contact Shaye through www.ideaorbit.com.

Adrian Marinovich joins Dr. Paul on this episode of Live On Purpose. Adrian is a lawyer-psychotherapist based in Los Angeles who recently completed a nearly 10,000 mile journey around the country interviewing so-called “ordinary” people about extraordinary things in their life for an upcoming documentary movie called “A Hero On Every Block.” You can learn more about Adrian and this documentary at www.aherooneveryblock.com .

Dr. Paul discusses the process of discovering you soul purpose with Steve D’Annunzio, author of The Prosperity Paradigm. Learn more about Steve and receive a phenomenal gift during his book launch by visiting www.prosperitysteve.com online.

Death is something we all get to face.  As we understand death, our level of fear and anxiety will diminish and allow us to live more fully.  In this episode, Dr. Paul is joined by CreationTree legacy coach Darren Johansen and Funeral Director/Embalmer Shawn Warenski.  You can learn more about Shawn at www.warenski.com.  We also recommend the PBS Frontline production, “The Undertaking” which can be viewed at www.pbs.org.

Best selling author, Leslie Householder, talks with Dr. Paul about breaking through the terror barrier through understanding your mind. Check out Leslie’s website at www.thoughtsalive.com, and get a special offer as a “live on purpose” listener for her home study course at www.prosperyourfamily.com.

Dr. Paul is joined by successful business man and entrepreneur Garrett B. Gunderson to talk about his new book Killing Sacred Cows.  This book discusses how to defeat the lies and myths surrounding money and prosperity.  You can get Garrett’s book through his website at www.garrettbgunderson.com where you can also get in touch with him or read his daily blog.

In this episode, Dr. Paul interviews Amanda Dickson, KSL morning news radio host, about her new book, Wake Up To A Happier Life.  Discussion includes choosing happiness, letting go of what’s not working, and practicing cheerfulness.  You can get Amanda’s book through www.Deseretbook.com .

Kevin Whittington, a developer of Prosperity Idea International, joins Dr. Paul to discuss the stories we form in our mind about our experiences. “The Work” of Byron Katie is referenced as a tool to examine and change the story.

Dr. Paul and Police Sergeant Charlie Wakamatsu discuss risk and the three things to do with it as well as give advice about how to keep kids safe. They also give information about their NOVA Principles program. To learn more visit the website at www.novaprinciples.com or, if you live in Utah County, call Sgt. Wakamatsu at the Orem City Police Department. That phone number is (801)-229-7084.

Dr. Paul’s guest on this episode is Kirk Weisler, author of The Dog Poop Initiative, and The Cookie Thief. Dr. Paul and Kirk discuss the power and importance of stories and language to create a positive culture. Learn more about Kirk at his website; www.kirkweisler.com, where you can also purchase his delightful books.

Dr. Paul and CreationTree Coach Ross Moore introduce the Creation Continuum, the choice between two determinant paradigms. Your choice will absolutely determine your experience in life.

Dr. Paul and Summer Morris dispel some common myths about self-esteem and give a principled approach for building it.

During the show Dr. Paul mentions a clip about Ben Underwood.  Click here to see the clip.