Because everyone has a story

By Daniela Stockfleth-Menis

Inspiring Talk

True Stories

Real People

A Lot Of Passion

I have always loved to listen to my friends, family, and strangers’ stories, maybe you do too. Sharing our stories helps us to connect and relate to each other, and that helps us grow together. I am happiest when I feel connected to others. This desire to hear from others led to the idea of starting this Podcast. A platform to give ordinary people’s stories the chance to be shared and preserved. There will be no specific theme. My guests could talk about absolutely anything they are passionate about. I’ll be your hostess, Daniela Stockfleth-Menis.


My Guests

Sharing our stories helps us to connect and relate to each other

Dave Menis

Today’s guest is Dave Menis, my best friend and husband.

Dave was born in Antwerp, Belgium, grew up in Liverpool, England, lived in Texas, Israel, Germany, Switzerland, and settled with me here in Vancouver, Canada.

He speaks 5 languages. He’s witty, astute, and more artistic than he believes. He enjoys chatting about life’s meaning, the state of the world, and his beloved Liverpool Football Club.

Dave takes us back to 1991, where he recalls an action-packed Egyptian adventure from his youth. A wonderful trip takes a sudden terrifying turn that has the potential to become disastrous.


Janine Morgan

Today’s guest is Janine Morgan. 

Janine is an enthusiastic friend, a cool mom, a dedicated school teacher, and also happens to be the wife of Orrett who you were introduced to in episode 3.  Along with their two lovely sons, they make for an exemplary outdoorsy family that are really into health and fitness.     

In this episode, we’ll be hearing about one of Janine’s adventures. 

British Columbia is well known for its spectacular beauty, particularly its mountains crisscrossed with gorgeous hiking trails.  Janine talks today about her attempt of The Lions Binkert Trail.  It’s a difficult hike even under normal conditions. This time it turned into a terrifying, gruelling ordeal.  Reflecting back on that day Janine reminds us of the importance of listening to our gut feelings and intuition, and the dangers of mother nature.


Gonzalo Peña

My Invitado  Gonzalo Peña

Gonzalo es un podcaster con un pasado muy ecléctico. Su experiencia cubre campos como Gestión de Negocios, Finanzas, Relaciones Internacionales, Artes, Gestión sin  Fines De Lucro, y Agencias Humanitarias. Gonzalo ha tenido el privilegio de trabajar con organizaciones prominentes como las Naciones Unidas, Standard and Poor’s y la Cruz Roja Americana del Gran Nueva York. También presta servicio como Ministro en la Iglesia de Jesucristo de los Santos de los Últimos Días. Hoy en día Gonzalo promueve el campo de innovación entre los latinoamericanos con su podcast “InnoLatino.”

Gonzalo comparte su historia de cómo se integró al Coro de la Utha Opera  como barítono y el el objetivo por el cual creo su podcast “InnoLatino.”   


Contact Me

If you have any questions about the podcast, please send me a message and I will reply shortly.