Ria Greiff

Radio Host

About Ria: I started doing wellness before it was a buzz word and its programming so ubiquitous. As the industry grows, services get diluted. Someone who is truly an expert of all areas is hard to come by and someone who truly possesses the knowledge as opposed to just rehashing their scripts is even harder. My method of delivery I call, “Edutainment” and what I do, You Inc. I am here to give you the tools to build the most important brand in your life, YOU. You’ll never be as young as you are today so don’t waste another moment. Time to stop spinning and start winning! Practicing what I preach, I am involved in many civic groups and initiatives, personal enrichment at every opportunity, voracious reader, gardener, raising free-range children, highly selective about what my family eats, physically active, screens light, and a voracious traveler.

You can find Ria's WCBE page here!

New Points of View with Pam Popper

A twig, a magician's wand or a drummers stick-- we all view the world in different ways.  Join Ria as she talks about how looking at life from various points of view can help improve your outlook on life and impact the way you approach obstacles.  Listen to Pam Popper, bestselling author and nutritionist, discuss ways to utilize new points of view.

  Episode 12: Being Satisfied with Your Voice

Just like owning a bike, car or house, owning your voice takes time, maintenance and constant work to achieve what you want it to achieve. But once you find a way to move in, decorate and make that voice our own, there is nobody that can take it away from you. Tune in to learn how to find satisfaction with your own voice in this 5-minute episode. 

Manifesting Satisfaction with Lynette and Jim Vaive

Sometimes the best thing we can do for ourselves is to listen to others. Join Ria in learning how we can manifest satisfaction through listening, engaging and responding to the world around us and people we surround ourselves with. Listen to Everyday People Ministries' Lynette and Jim Vaive discuss how important it is to find your own voice and create satisfaction.

Episode 11: Zeroing in on Xenophilia 

When opportunity comes knocking—who will answer the door? If you take advantage of every opportunity you see, it will consistently be you! Get the motivation you need to take the chance you’ve always wanted with this 5-minute episode. 

Sharing Experiences with Eric McGraw

There are those who are book smart, those who are street smart, but we can all practice being culturally smart or cultural intelligence.  An openness to new experiences and ways of life is a great tool to help build your brand and expand your mind.  Listen to Eric McGraw, owner of Laonei Global Trade Consulting, discuss how xenophilia has helped him succeed.

Episode Ten: Factor in Some Facets of Multiplicity

Sometimes it is okay to slash one of the slashes. Having multiple roles in your life is the new “norm” and while it is important to be a well-rounded person, some roles are not worth keeping. Tune in to learn more about how to slash the slashes that you don’t need in life.  At 9:01 this Thursday night, listen to Ria explain why factoring in some facets of multiplicity is an important tool for your brand on Central Ohio’s NPR Station, 90.5 WCBE.


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Multiplicity with Peter A. Margaritis CPA

Get your individuality back by multiplying your sense of self. Let Ria teach you the benefits of expanding your hobbies, interests and involvement in a process called multiplicity. Hear Peter Margaritis, both a Certified Public Accountant and the author of Improv Is No Joke, discuss how “multiplicity” has helped him succeed. 

Episode Nine: The Path To Shortcuts

Tackle your vices by looking at yourself in the world and finding a shortcut in your path to success. It is okay to take a break from those bad habits to find an alternative and, if you have a cheat day every now and again—it is still okay! Learn how to use shortcuts to recharge and effectively tackle any challenge that comes your way. At 9:01 this Thursday night, listen to Ria explain why harnessing Short Cuts could be a useful tool for your brand on Central Ohio’s NPR Station, 90.5 WCBE.


Short Cuts with Eric Bean and Lenny Kolada


Episode Eight: How to Get Down With Generations

Age is just a number and generation is just a term. Neither of these characteristics should limit a person’s ability to get out there and enjoy life! Generation Z, millenials, generation X, baby boomers or traditionalist, we all are running the same race so lace up your shoes and keep going! At 9:01 this Thursday night, listen to Ria discuss how getting down with generations can be a great tool for your brand on Central Ohio’s NPR Station, 90.5 WCBE.

Understanding Generational Differences with Artie Isaac

For Artie Isaac, skilled public speaker and motivator, communication comes—in large part—by listening. Learn how to understand generational differences by expanding your mind to elasticity. There are so many perspectives in the world across generations that we can all learn something from listening to one another.

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Values With Kathy Gill

We all have 168 hours in a given week—how will you spend it? Our time here is limited, so why should we use up a single minute doing something that is not of value to us? In this episode, President and CEO of City Scene Media Group, Kathy Gill discusses how she manages her values in her busy lifestyle.

Episode Six:  Binary Relationships


While your career may remedy future investments—you must take time to invest in the present people in your life. And you can have it all. Tune in to learn about how to best allocate your time by prioritizing the relationships most dear to you. At 9:01 this Thursday night, listen to Ria explain how properly prioritizing can be an extremely useful tool for your brand on Central Ohio’s NPR Station, 90.5 WCBE.

Dual Career Relationships with April and Kyle Katz

While the number of texts, calls and emails you receive from work may make it feel like another relationship, it is important to not let it get in the way of the relationships that matter most to you. Learn from April Zimmerman Katz and her husband, Kyle Katz about how to find a time balance between both of your careers and your love life to foster a healthy, happy dual relationship.

Episode Five: Spunk Back Into Our Sexual Health

Most people do not need to hear that the sex toy industry has become a fifteen billion dollar industry, or that the sexually charged bestseller, Fifty Shades of Gray, sold more than 125 million copies, to realize that sex is important to people.  However, you might forget the wellness benefits of maintaining your sexual health.  At 9:01 this Thursday night, listen to Ria explore sexual health and the benefits this tool can have for your brand on Central Ohio’s NPR Station, 90.5 WCBE.

Finding Spunk in Sexual Health with Harley Dean

Let's talk sexual health. Adult star turned humanitarian, Harley Dean addresses the importance of sexual health towards building your confidence and brand. Learn how spunking up this important part of your well-being can improve your mentality and lead to a healthier you. 



Episode Four:  Sparking Simplicity

Speak without talking, yell without raising your voice and learn how to make your life more interesting—it’s simple! Simplicity may seem scary in a world that perpetrates complication and distractions—but removing the more difficult aspects of your life creates space for reflection on what really matters.  At 9:01 this Thursday night, listen to Ria discuss how sparking simplicity can be a great tool for your brand on Central Ohio’s NPR Station, 90.5 WCBE.

Sparking Simplicity with StoryTeller Larry Smith

Channel your inner Ernest Hemingway and limit the word-count of your life. Can you limit your life description to only six words? Build your brand with Larry Smith, creator of Smith Magazine and the Six Word Memoir project by learning how to simplify your life and truly find what really matters.

Episode Three: Opening Up to Optimism

Often, the pressures and challenges of life can make finding the silver lining exceedingly difficult.  However, a little optimism can go a long way, and learning to face your problems with a more positive outlook can be largely beneficial to your health.  At 9:01 this Thursday night, listen to Ria discuss how being open to optimism can become a useful tool for your brand on Central Ohio’s NPR Station, 90.5 WCBE.

Open to Optimism with Executive Director and Emmy Award Winner John Daugherty

When you open your arms to optimism you may find yourself holding an Emmy—at least that is what happened to John Daugherty. Learn how to change your lifestyle by choosing positivity from Daughtery as he discusses how openness to optimism helped him succeed.

Episode Two:  Fiddling With Your Fear

Everyone experiences fear.  While most of us think of fear as a negative feeling that is only an obstacle, embracing and confronting your fears can greatly benefit your life.  Whether your fears are true or unwarranted, learn to examine and deal with them in an effective and creative way.  At 9:01 this Thursday night, listen to Ria discuss how facing fears can be an effective tool for your brand on Central Ohio’s NPR Station, 90.5 WCBE.

How to Fiddle with Fear with Storytelling Pro & Entrepreneur Leaper David All

Your fear may be your friend if you learn how to confront it. Tune in to David All, professional storyteller and successful entrepreneur as he guides you through how to not only harness fear but confront it.

The Gift of Fear by Gavin de Becker

Episode Eleven: Finding Your Resilience

Find your answers by looking at your options. Every tough situation offers a silver lining for those who choose to open their eyes, so invite new ideas, learn new solutions and ways to change your mindset to one that is resilient. At 9:01 this Thursday night, listen to Ria explain why finding your resilience is a useful tool for your brand on Central Ohio’s NPR Station, 90.5 WCBE.

Episode Three:  Finding Resiliency and Creating Inclusivity

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Your limits should never be limiting. There are hundreds of ways to look at an issue, so why choose the worst when you have the option of choosing the best? Learn about resiliency and the ways in which strong people, like you, can bounce back from any situation through a change in lifestyle.

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Episode Two:  Unleashing Creativity and Welcoming Challenge 

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When the floor stops being lava, we have the choice whether or not to let our creativity continue to flow or sink into the oblivion—choose the former. Find out how to get back to your childhood creativity, take risks and trust your instincts.

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YouTune: How to be Voracious About Your Values

Your brand does not stop at this episode and neither do we. Continue to grow, learn and work with us on building a better you by visiting You Inc.’s newest tool: our interactive website! Go to to find out what we are up to and get all the latest and greatest tools for You Inc.

Making Magic with Magician and Comedian Eric Tait

In this week's episode, join Ria in discussing magic, both the kind that is simply a sleight of hand, and the real kind that happens in all of our lives.  As magical as life can be, not many people take the time to experience the magic in their own lives.  Listen to Eric Tait, magician and comedian, discuss how magic, both in and out of his act, has enhanced his life.  

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Finding Your Vision with Photographer and Author Nick Fancher

In this week’s episode, join Ria in investigating vision and the importance of having a vision in order to effectively and creatively overcome life’s challenges and eventually achieve your goals.  Listen to Nick Fancher, Ohio based portrait and commerce photographer, discuss vision not only as it relates to photography, but also as it relates to success.

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