(22) Clint Pulver: A Single Moment

The definition of an anomaly is something that deviates from what is standard, normal or expected. Clint Pulver has fully embraced a life of being an anomaly. He is an example fo not just dreaming about goals but putting them into action. His determination to not just exist but to live is shown in his creating the Greenman Group at Utah Valley University, quitting his job to pursue his passion for speaking or accomplish a bucket list goal of being in a movie. In this episode, Clint talks about the impact teachers can have on their students. What he noticed first about his wife Kelly, and how one moment can change our lives.


KSL – America’s Got Talent

Clint was a part of the Bald Man Bongos that performed on NBC’s America’s Got Talent.  Full Video Here.

Life In 22 Minutes Podcast

All about living a life by design and the importance to dream while you are awake. Full Episode Here.

Live On Purpose Radio

Dr. Paul talks with Clint about the diverse characteristics that make each one of us unique. Full Episode Here.

Latter-Day Lives Podcast

Clint talks about the Power of Bucket Lists and being a Member of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Saints. Full Episode Here.

Focus On The Good Podcast

Clint shares a little more about his experience becoming the anomaly.  Full Episode Here.

Clint’s Films

Saturday’s Warrior 

The Christmas Project 

Unexpected Race 


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(06) Stephen Merrill: Life Unexpected

Imagine you are in college and its finals week. To relieve the stress, your friends decided to go to the local trampoline park.  Little do you know that when you walk in the door to the facility, you will have an accident that will change your life forever. That is what happened to  Stephen Merrill.  The thing that I loved most about interview Stephen is his honesty. He talked about how sometimes life doesn’t turn out the way we expect but just to take things one day at a time.

Posted by Stephen Merrill on Tuesday, December 20, 2016

On Stephens blog, he shares how his perspective changed after that moment.

“I went from worrying about if my hometeachees were cute or not and thinking about how many points Jimmer would score in his next game to hoping the muscles in my chest would strengthen enough to get the fluid that was building up in my lungs out on its own so I wouldn’t need a tube stuck down my nose to suction it out. Most painful thing I’ve ever experienced by the way. Instead of entering the MTC, I spent the next two years in either a hospital, doctors’ office, or physical therapy clinic. Just as soon as I was entering the part of my life full of freedom and growth, it was gone, replaced by a frustrating grind of trying to get my body to do the simplest things, things that I had always taken for granted. Not only was I not going on a mission, but I now had doubts and fears about all the M’s on the list. I had always been a great student and quick learner, but how was I going to continue in school without being able to write or use a computer? And what about finding a job? Or getting married?”

Stephen just graduated this Spring with his Masters in Statistics. He is pictured below with his family.

Posted by Stephen Merrill on Sunday, April 30, 2017

To learn more about Stephen check out this Article by BYU and the SLC Tribune. Don’t forget to push play below and listen to more of his story.


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