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Meiko Seymour
The Altitude Collective
Everyone is talking. Talking at one another. Talking past one another. People are talking around topics instead of talking about them. The Altitude Collective seeks to elevate the conversation on a myriad of topics with an intent to push you higher in your journey of life while mobilizing you to be intentional about living it!
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Ratings & Reviews
5.0 stars from 22 ratings
This podcast is so engaging because of the real stories from people who are moving forward in life. I love how the host participates in the conversation but doesn’t steal the show. The focus is definitely on the person being interviewed. I’m only two episodes in and I cannot wait until the next...Read full review »
JeremiahStingl via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/06/18
Love thinking and digging deeper.
There is way too much surface talk going on these days. I love having this opportunity to dig deeper and converse on a more challenging level. Will definitely be subscribing and tuning in regularly!
chayes12321 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/03/18
The episode with Pastor Daniel Gray was amazing. It really spoke to me deep as i also had a “death” experience. These podcasts are going to be my new thing and I can’t wait to keep listening! Thank you for allowing God to speak through you on this platform.
Kvalentine1 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 07/03/18
Recent Episodes
Published 05/29/20
In this episode, meiko sits down with Mayor Rick Kriseman at his office in City Hall. It's a full discussion on the challenges of leading, regrets, strengths, and so much more.
Published 10/03/18
In this episode, Meiko begins part one of a two part season finale focusing on the idea of embracing your locality. First up is a conversation with writer Anthony Close, owner and founder of the online magazine St.Pete Rising.
Published 09/25/18
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