Introducing The Aro Podcast
Join Joey Odom as he sits down with successful people who strive to live intentionally. We talk about screen time and the tension with smartphones, but more than that, we talk about the life that happens once you put down your phone.
Episode 3: Justin Whitmel Earley on how we become our habits and our kids become us
Justin brings a wealth of knowledge to our conversation and dives deep into modeling good habits in front of your kids, as well as prioritizing friendships. We even had the opportunity to discuss his upcoming book Made for People: Why We Drift Into Loneliness and How to Fight for a Life of Friendship, which is all about why human connection is so important and how friendships can shape our lives in incredible ways.
Episode 2: Micah Folsom on how to give the best of you, not the rest of you
Micah Folsom does it all! She runs multiple successful businesses, hosts the Do Your Crap podcast, raises cattle alongside her husband, and homeschools her 5 children - all while being an intentional wife and mom. She’s a huge believer that women can live multi-passionate lives and still honor their family values. She talks about why it’s important to give your kids the best of you, not the rest of you, and that each of your heart tugs is paving the way for you to live out your fullest potential.
Episode 1: Tanner Clark on finding your one second of strength
Tanner Clark is a motivational speaker who believes that teens really can live their best life and reach their potential. Our conversation dives into his message of hope that, even though teenagers are facing difficult challenges, whether anxiety, depression, or feelings of comparison, they can overcome them by finding their “one second of strength.” Tanner also talks practically about the opportunity parents have to show their kids how much they love them by being fully present without the distraction of their phones. Drawing on his experience speaking to thousands and also as a Dad at home, he offers an inspiring challenge for parents and a hopeful message to kids.
We have an amazing lineup up conversations recorded and scheduled. Can't wait to share them with you.
Dr. Maxi Heitmayer
Meet Joey —
Joey Odom is the co-founder of Aro, a natural storyteller, and a dynamic leader known for his ability to inspire and foster deep connections with others. His own experience with technology as a husband and dad led Joey to help create Aro. Now, Joey’s ultimate goal is to help people change their lives by changing their relationship with technology.
Prior to co-founding Aro alongside Heath Wilson, Joey was a partner and multi-billion dollar producer at national real estate firm, Stan Johnson Co. Joey has been married to his wife Cristin for 18 years and is a proud dad of two teens with cell phones – and yes, they are both avid Aro users.