Looking for inspiration on where to travel next? Are you willing to let your mind wonder to places you never thought of?

Our avid traveller, podcast host Steven Shalowitz, explores with his guests where they'd go if given a one way ticket (no coming back!).

Destinations may be in the past, present, future, real, imaginary or state of mind. You'll be surprised!

Diversity & Inclusion Author & Specialist - Vinay Singh
Vinay Singh is a strategist, consultant, influencer and thought leader in the field of Talent Acquisition, Strategy, Diversity and Inclusion. He has been a trusted adviser to over one hundred businesses including many Fortune 500 companies. In recent...

EP 186: Diversity & Inclusion Author & Specialist Vinay Singh Talks Income Inequality & Ageism

On this episode, Diversity & Inclusion Author & Specialist Vinay Singh shares his one way ticket to a time in the future when wages in America would equally grow for every income class, and society would have respect for each other as we grow as humans. He also shares his thoughts on income inequality and ageism.

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Ramen Noodle Master - Ivan Orkin
Ivan's journey began with a dishwashing job at a sushi bar when he was 15. He discovered a culture and cuisine that would shape the rest of his life. Upon graduation from high school, Ivan decided to major in Japanese language and literature at the...

EP 185: Ramen Noodle Master, Ivan Orkin, Shares the Beauties of Ramen & Japan and His One Way Ticket Journey

On this episode, Ivan Orkin shares his one way ticket to live in New York City from the turn of the 20th century onwards. He also shares the beauties of ramen noodles and his beloved Japan.

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Bassist & Broadway Music Coordinator - John Miller
Over the last four decades, John Miller has served as Music Coordinator for over 130 Broadway productions and is currently represented by Ain't Too Proud: The Life and Times of the Temptations and Oklahoma!, in addition to the upcoming New York...

EP 184: A Journey to Bossa Nova's Early Formative Years With Bassist & Broadway Musical Coordinator John Miller

John shares his one way ticket to Bossa Nova's early formative years in Brazil. He also talks about opening night on Broadway, offers advice for musicians, and recalls one particularly memorable concert performing with Frank Sinatra at Carnegie Hall.

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