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The Outer Limits Of Inner Truth

The Outer Limits of Inner Truth is a program about freedom, deep introspection, self discovery, and spiritual growth. It premiered on February 2014 and within a few short months, was picked up for national syndication on Starcom Radio Networks (44 AM Stations) where it remained for four years. In 2018, OLIT was picked up by Mental Health News Radio Network (the largest mental health podcast platform in the world). In 2020, OLIT’s audience increased by a staggering 500%.

Outer Limits has landed several high profile and exclusive interviews with individuals such as: Richard Belzer, George Noory, Dr. Ron Paul, Publishing Legend Judith Regan, Stacy Keach, “Rich Dad Poor Dad” Robert Kiyosaki, Dr. Naomi Wolf, Dr. Daniel Amen, Award Winning Journalist Jane Velez-Mitchell, World Renowned Heart Surgeon Dr. Stephen Sinatra, and others. OLIT has also aired acclaimed programs such as: The Death Show (a 14-part series), How To Find Your Soul Mate, Surviving The Coming Collapse, Suicide: Healing & Understanding, and The Spiritual Benefits of Laughter.

Nov 27, 2014

The Outer Limits Of Inner Truth features a forensic soul analysis on business maverick and CEO of Seating Solutions, Scott Suprina. We bring Mr. Suprina to your attention because in the course of our interview he offers several brief pieces of advice that you can utilize to improve your own life. My favorite part of our interview is when Mr. Suprina discusses the foundations of faith and what it means to have faith in yourself and in your circumstances. If you are seeking to break out of your current energy or life pattern, I feel that Mr. Suprina’s advice on faith can offer a big clue on how to make that happen. Mr. Suprina is also a risk taker, he goes with his gut and he’s not afraid to do what he feels is right despite the consequences. Another thing about Mr. Suprina that we admire is that he’s incredibly successful and he didn’t stomp on the dreams of others to get that way. When nice people reach the peak of the mountain and they actively help others to do the same, I feel they are deserving of both our time and our observation.