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The Art of Significance

The Art of Significance

Tuesday at 12 Noon Pacific

July 25th 2017:Using Your Passion to Create a Better World

Dan’s show on July 25 features talented people bringing new ideas to life. Joining Dan as his first guest is Lisbeth Scott, an award winning singer/songwriter whose voice and songs have appeared in more than 150 films and TV shows. She creates music to comfort, heal and inspire. Dan’s second guest is George Matus, a 19-year-old genius and CEO of Teal, an innovative drone startup. George was named one of TIME magazine’s 30 most influential teens in 2016, and recently graduated high school. He’s raised $6M in venture capital and has crafted a company that is breaking limits and creating joy. Du

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Lisbeth Scott

Lisbeth Scott is an award winning singer, songwriter and composer whose voice and songs have appeared in over 150 films and television shows like Shrek, Narnia, Spiderman and Munich, when John Williams wrote a 5 minute solo specifically for Scott. Raised as a classical pianist, Lisbeth is a multi-instrumentalist playing piano, guitar, ukulele, and harmonium. Her music for Amazon’s stop motion animation series “Tumble Leaf” features all of these instruments as well as voice, and was nominated for best score in the prestigious Annie Awards. Season 4 of Tumble Leaf begins August 2017. Lisbeth is currently completing a new musical with co-composer Nathan Barr, based on the HBO hit seri
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George Matus

George Matus is 19 and the CEO of Teal, an innovative drone startup. His passion for flight and years of experience building and flying drones led him to start Teal in 2014. George is a Thiel Fellow, was named one of TIME magazine’s 30 most influential teens of the year in 2016, and recently graduated high school. He’s raised $6M in venture capital and has built a team of 25 employees, crafting the company under his two major goals of breaking limits and creating joy. He believes drones can be more than just “flying cameras” and should be accessible to everyone! Teal’s first two products do just that. The Teal Sport is a dedicated high speed racing drone that makes drone racing accessi
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Michael Sean Covey

Michael Sean Covey is the Executive Director of Bridle Up Hope, which is a 501(c)3 nonprofit foundation dedicated to helping young women build hope and confidence through equestrian training. Michael Sean and his parents started the foundation in memory of Michael Sean’s sister, Rachel, who passed away in 2012 at the age of 21 after a long battle with depression. Michael Sean oversees the foundation’s operations as well as fundraising and marketing activities. Prior to his current position, Michael Sean worked for Cicero Group, a management consulting firm, and gained valuable experience consulting clients across industries such as financial services, higher education, retail, and tele
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https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2656/the-art-of-significance 17/12/2017 01:00 17/12/2017 02:00 The Art of Significance https://www.voiceamerica.com/show/2656/the-art-of-significance Dan’s show on July 25 features talented people bringing new ideas to life. Joining Dan as his first guest is Lisbeth Scott, an award winning singer/songwriter whose voice and songs have appeared in more than 150 films and TV shows. She creates music to comfort, heal and inspire. Dan’s second guest is George Matus, a 19-year-old genius and CEO of Teal, an innovative drone startup. George was named one of TIME magazine’s 30 most influential teens in 2016, and recently graduated high school. He’s raised $6M in venture capital and has crafted a company that is breaking limits and creating joy. During the final segment, Michael Sean Covey will discuss his foundation Bridle Up Hope. After losing his 21-year-old sister, Rachel, to a long battle with depression, Michael Sean and his family started the program to help young women build hope and confidence through working with horses. It will be two hours of inspiring stories, laughter and tears, that will inspire you to share your own joy! VoiceAmerica | Talk Radio | Online Talk Radio studio@voiceamerica.com false DD/MM/YYYY Add to Calendar
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