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Get your Edutainment on! Every week a new tool to help build the most important brand in your life… YOU. Catch You Inc. every Saturday afternoon at 2:30 PM You Inc. and its companion show YouTune every Thursday at 9:01 PM, a five minute tune-up to give YOU an immediate fix to get up and humming and prepare you for You Inc, a part educational show AND a guest as part entertainment. Find out how to make a plan for taking charge of your life and how other highly successful individuals utilize these tools in their own lives. You will never be as young as you are today, so don’t wait another moment to actualize your dreams and yourself and your business. Let me, your host Ria Greiff, offer you the skills to maximize productivity, boost morale,manage your emotions, enhance your relationships and master those soft skills.

About Ria Inc.: Ria has a uniquely energizing and compassionate quality and provides her programming in a manner which she describes as “edutainment”. Ria Greiff is the producer and host of You Inc. and its companion show YouTune, weekly FM radio shows that are part wellness, part talk show with esteemed celebrities on how to build your brand— You, found on Central Ohio’s NPR Station on WCBE and podcasts on iTunes and SoundCloud under You Inc. Radio. Find out more about her show here. Hear all about Ria on the Improv is No Joke Podcast.

She is married, with three children and five cats, and also is the Model Trainer for Columbus College Art and Design’s Premier Event, the Senior Fashion Show. She is also an enthusiastic mentor for the OSU Young Graduates Mentoring program. Ria has also spearheaded a successful Public Edibles Initiative in a public park with fruit bearing trees, and nut bearing shrubs and annuals of vegetables and herbs for public consumption. She also shares a passion for animal activism with her kiddos aka Team Pizza.

Curation with Bucky Courtwright   

What’s spookier than a pool of real and fake information? Sorting through it a process known as critical thinking, of course! Luckily, in this episode CEO of Misfortune Enterprises, Bucky Courtwright has some tips for learning how to curate the information we receive each day to find what really matters and keep the scary fake information away.

Evaluating Information Sources: What Is A Peer-Reviewed Article?

Magic with Erik Tait  

So maybe unicorns aren’t real, your partner did not show up one day on a white horse and there exists no fairy that comes and takes your teeth at night if they fall out as an adult. With that said, there are still ways that life can be magical. In this episode comedian, comedy writer and magician, Erik Tait tells us the tricks, tools and spells he uses to make his life magical.

 Vision with Nick Fancher

When you start with a vision, you can create a reality. How different could your world be if you opened it up to your dreams to create your future? Tune in to learn how photographer Nick Fancher saw his future and, with a lot of hard work and a flash of the camera, created his reality.

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne   

 Festivals with Erin Corrigan 

Bonnaroo, Lalapalooza, Coachella, these are just a few examples of the huge music festivals that you can enjoy with your entire city, state, country and, in some instances, the world. If you are not a concert person, there are other types of festivals taking place every minute around the world so that you will never be without at least one festival to spike your interest. Learn from Erin Corrigan about how to find the festival you need to experience life with your future friends.

Omnipresence with Jeff Meyers and Louis Viciedo  

Whether it is the sound of your children asking you to play, boss calling you to a meeting or ringtone with who knows what social media outlet or call on the other line, we get it—we’re busy. And while we cannot be everywhere at once, there are tools we can use to balance our personal, professional and online existence while maintaining a healthy mental state. In this episode: Jeff Meyers and Louis Viciedo discuss how they built their company Chepri while being everywhere at once. 

Values With Kathy Gill

We all have 168 hours in a given week—how will you spend it? Our time here is limited, so why should we use up a single minute doing something that is not of value to us? In this episode, President and CEO of City Scene Media Group, Kathy Gill discusses how she manages her values in her busy lifestyle.

Your brand does not stop at this episode and neither do we. Continue to grow, learn and work with us on building a better you by visiting You Inc.’s newest tool: our interactive website! Go to 2Rogues.com to find out what we are up to and get all the latest and greatest tools for You Inc.

Episode 45: Reshaping Religion    

Religion seems to consistently make its way into headlines as a controversial topic. What if we could talk about religion, spirituality and the evolution of the two without having one be right and one wrong? Tune in for a special talk about religion and spirituality that does not aim to sway you one way or another, but rather keep you level-headed.

 Religion with Dr. Stephen Kern   

These days, talk of religion feels like a battleground—but it does not have to be. Atheist, Christian, Jewish, Islamic, Buddist, Agnostic and everything in between, talking religion as it has evolved throughout history is a conversation that everyone can share and build on. Join Dr. Stephen Kern and me as we discuss religion, spirituality and the intertwined nature of the two as they have moved through history. 

Episode 44: Find Your Growl

Hold the zoo trip—I’ll get you your rawr in just 5 minutes. Or your voice at the very least. While many of us possess a voice, an overwhelming number of people do not know how to properly use it to find their grit. Tune in to learn how to rediscover the grit in your voice to be heard. 

 Grit with Claire Coder

In today’s corporate world, we are too busy to search for our free time and, consequently, become complacent with inadequacy. Grit is now a necessity in life—especially if you plan to swim in the pool of little time and strenuous tasks. But can grit be created or is it a born trait? Tune in to hear from Claire Coder about fostering grit in today’s society.

True grit

Episode 43: Happy Holidays  

What if I told you that the way you have done holidays wrong for the last several years might just translate to the entirety of your life? We make the mistake of overindulgence—whether in food, gifts or dress—every holiday season and think it inevitable for those to come. Re-design your holiday and your life around the principle that next year truly could be better if you fix old habits. 

Designing withe Celeste Malvar Stewart 

Wake up! It is time to stop sleepwalking through life and design your future. Regardless of what kind of style you are into, find a way to craft your life around your future goals and run with it. Tune in to learn from Celeste Malvar Stewart about how her career in design helped her create a life for herself full of color.

 Episode 42: Composing Your Calender

If your life were a song would you listen? Are you content with the many roles you play in the lives of others or do you feel more like your life song is a never-ending chorus? Learn how to eliminate this feeling and compose your life back to where you want it in only 5 minutes. 

Composing with RJD2

Orchestrate your life with the main act as your passion. Your passion is only as strong as your drive to fulfill it. However, procrastination, lack of motivation and little enthusiasm are barriers impeding on our ability to pursue our passions. Tune in to learn from songwriter/producer RJD2 about how he regained control of his life, found his beat and composed it.  

Episode 41: Get Good With It  

A flame can always be relit if you find the right match. Find out how to regain control over your love life by putting the spunk back in your relationship. There are many other ways to spunk your sexual health outside of the bedroom. Tune in to learn about how new activities can re-welcome the old butterflies.

Episode 40: Siblings Part 2  

What is the most shameless thing you’ve ever done with your sibling? Great. Do it again, do it now and do it over. Your sibling knows you best and, although you may have chosen different life paths, they most certainly do not have to run parallel. Learn how to get that sibling bond back into your later years by tuning in. 

 Episode 39: Siblings Part 1

While our adult lives may feel like more of a gamble than ever before, we must treat our childhood like Vegas—what happens there, stays there. Your siblings may be the only ones who know of your past, but that does not mean your relationship with them should stay outdated. Learn how to view such an integral part of your life since birth as the adult they are today.

 Episode 38: Gratitude    

Think of something you’re grateful for: it may be your friends, your family or this Youtune. Okay, now tell whatever/whoever you feel this way. Expressing gratitude can be key to finding joy in our every day. Tune in to learn more about how we can welcome new joy into our lives simply by saying thanks. 

Episode 37: Viking Biking 

Wam Bam get back on that bike ma’am, we’re going for a ride. There is so much more life to see when you can experience it without traffic, dirty windshields or seatbelts. If you need more motivation to get riding, tune in to learn more. 

 Episode 36: Grow into Flow  

From the time you are born, you learn about various ways in which we test our IQ—but what about our EQ? That’s right—our emotional intelligence is perhaps just as, if not more, important to finding flow in our lives. Tune in to learn how to improve your self-awareness by boosting your EQ.  

Episode 34: Cultural Curation    

Do you want to learn how to curate culture? Open your eyes a little wider and make your ears a little larger. Want to know how you can benefit immensely from making this individual life change? Tune in!

  Episode 33: Chancing on Change

Think about something you are not at ease with? Got it? Good! While you may not be able to change your situation, you can make a meaningful change to the situation at hand in just 5 minutes. Learn how by tuning in. 

 Episode 32: Inklings of Inclusion

When we were younger, we learned how to approach another kid on a playground and ask to be their friend. While a simple friendship bracelet or recess-hangout is not sufficient in the adult world, there are still several ways in which we can practice inclusion and build our brand. Tune in to learn some of those ways, along with other helpful tips for inclusivity. 

Episode 31: Capturing Creativity

We’re letting the cat out of the bag in this episode just about how to capture creativity—probably faster than you can catch that cat, but try anyways. Cultivating creativity is easy because it is not a new concept—it is just one we decided to abandoned once we thought we were ‘too old’ for it. No one is too old to get creative and you certainly aren’t too old to tune in to learn about it. 

Episode 30: Dominate the Daydream

Did anyone ever tell you growing up to get out of your own head? Well, I'm telling you now to get back into it. Tune in to learn more about how to dominate the daydream and build your brand-- even if some parts are purely imagination.  

Episode 29: The Gift of Giving

Sex, chocolate and charity. Our brains respond in similar ways. Find pleasure in serving those around you through the gift of giving and it can be as simple as attaching a smile to all of the things you binge order on Amazon anyways through Amazon smile. Tune in to learn more ways to give.

Episode 28: Dynamic of Dance

Rave baby rave. Whether your 18 or 80, your body can still talk—maybe in different ways, but still revealing the same kind of confidence and joy that comes when we let go. And, when you tune in, you will always be our first choice in dance partner. 

Episode 27: Laughing Yoga

Do try this at home. And at work. And even in your silent, 6 a.m. hot yoga class, full of people who are much more flexible than you. Laughing gives you life. Tune in to hear more crazy situations that call for laughter and how to foster funny in your everyday life.   

Episode 26: Gentrifying Gender

Women wear pants, men grow their hair long and the bathroom is definitely not a battleground anymore. These concepts sound simple but are made trivial when we submerge ourselves in the idea that gender is a strict line of ‘do’s’ and ‘don’t’s’ instead of accepting the fluidity. Tune in to learn more about how to swim in the fluidity instead of allowing negativity to weigh you down.  

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