The Life Lab is a bi-monthly radio show that empowers listeners to be the best version of themselves. Through reframing problems into challenges that can be met, co-hosts Jace and Lex examine personal-social connections, give holistic tips and strategies and promote self care and positive change. Each episode features words of wisdom from a special guest that is on a journey of their own making!

Jace is a lyftologist, musician, singer /song writer, fundraiser and youth empowerment specialist who loves seeing the internal transformation that comes from people taking their health and well-being to the next level.

Lex is a social justice advocate, media writer/producer and emotional healer who lovessupporting people to be their best, most authentic selves and live the life of their dreams.

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Special Guest: Eric Lueshen ( Co-Founder LGBT SportSafe) 

Dr. Eric Lueshen is the co-founder and managing director of the LGBT SportSafe InclusionProgram. As a strategic diversity consultant and motivational speaker, he has spoken at and consulted with numerous athletics departments, universities, businesses and conferences allover the country on topics such as LGBTQ inclusion, anti-bullying, mental health, engineering,sports and more. Eric was a place kicker for the University of Nebraska-Lincoln from 2003-2006,and was likely the first openly gay Division 1 college football player. His drive hasled to numerous accolades on and off the field. While finishing his PhD in biomedical engineering at the University of Illinois at Chicago, Eric found a passion for LGBTQ inclusion in sport work and has vowed to make the world of sport a safe place for all. He is a member of GO! Athletes and actively contributes to organizations like the Human Rights Campaign,OutSports and the LGBT Sports Foundation.

The Life Lab: Episode 34 “Its Game Time” with Eric Lueshen

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