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Stefan was born and raised in Eastern Germany. 

When the Berlin wall fell and the borders finally disappeared, he knew that he would one day end up in the United States. He has since made South Carolina his home state and is doing his best every single day to be a good Dad to his son Cody, and a helpful member of his community. Stefan has always been a believer of the principle that kindness and compassion for one another are the key to meaningful change and the betterment of mankind. Even when talking to "controversial" guests, Stefan always strives to create an environment that is built entirely on mutual trust and respect. 

I have always seen myself as a curious individual and I am beyond excited about all the guests I get to have on my show, even those considered "different", "controversial", or "taboo". We all exist on a broad, diverse, and vibrant human spectrum that does not conform to the one size fits all approach society seems to take on many issues. We are so much more than a box with a particular label on it.

I want to utilize this platform to ask interesting questions and to tell intriguing stories. At the end of the day, my goal is not to upset people or even to change their minds. I would like to take people along and provide them with opportunities to meet other fellow human beings with their unique life journeys. At the same time, I want to show people that regardless of all of our differences there is a strong and powerful human component that connects us to even the most unlikely characters out there. 

My show will allow people to put down the mirror and instead look through a much sharper lens. The idea behind thoughtvolution really is to help us all gain a better understanding for one another by allowing our thoughts to evolve. That is also why I invite every listener to become a part of the conversation and to participate in meaningful ways - not only by being a part of the show itself but by looking in their own backyards, their communities, their familiar and unfamiliar surroundings. I cannot wait to see what this experience may offer to all of us. Thank you for being a part of this podcast.

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