The flagship program on Oprah Winfrey's network OWN is Super Soul Sunday, and another season is starting.

Oprah will kick it off by sitting down with Paulo Coelho, the author of The Alchemist, one of my favorites and a big time bestseller.

This is the caliber of guest Oprah gets. She's talking to a person that she learned about from a conversation with Madonna. When two titans get together, and one says to the other, "You have to read this guy's stuff", chances are he's a baller.

Super Soul Sunday seems like it is the product of Oprah rising to her monumental status in power, ability and money: A position where she could ask herself "If I could do anything with an hour of television, what would it be?" Then she did it.

The show makes no qualms about seeking to be inspirational. There are a lot of people in our digital landscape who seem to want to inspire. I'm usually inspired by those who aren't trying to inspire me, but rather are really passionate about what they do, they become great, and then an inspiration. There are a lot of life coaches out there, ready with sayings and slogans and quotes, but there is one creator of Whole Foods, and Oprah talks to him. There is one creator of Starbucks. And Oprah talks to him. There is one author of "The War of Art", and Oprah talks to him. There is one person who taught Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O'Neal how to be champions, and has more rings than all of them, and Oprah talks to him.

Super Soul Sunday brings us the biggest names imaginable, and Oprah asks them questions that matter, like; what is a soul? How would you define God? What is your morning routine?

It's a family favorite of ours, so enjoy your Sundays, Super Soulers!