The Amaury Abreu show is the show where conversations become a journey, we interview amazing people with interesting stories that will bring value to your life by sharing tips all the way from business to day to day living
sat down with me to discuss his campaign. I have known Doc for a while and really enjoyed talking again about his current campaign and what he is looking to accomplish in Harrisburg.Calvin C. Clements, Candidate PA 48th Senate District
If you live in Lebanon and would like to know more about Doc, please listen to this interview
Visit his website here: https://docforsenate48.com/...
WEPA W/Rafael M Torres Raffy is another colleague, mentor and friend of mine who has been an inspiration to me in his community endeavors. He is the founder of WEPA Empowerment Center and Lebanon Diversity Social Rafael Torres talks about community, what WEPA is all about and gives advice to the future generations. Visit WEPA's website here: https://www.wepaempowercenter.org/...
Jackie Z. Parker is a wonderful woman who took the time to speak with me about her experience as politician *She was the mayor of Lebanon from 1998 till 2002* we talked about her community involvement and some of her stories from when she was in office.
I am thankful to call her a friend and a colleague, enjoy this amazing interview!
Finally! I was able to have Joshua Spaulding on my podcast show and we were able to learn about him and his background and his current pursuit of running for school board. I recommend you listen to this episode if you want to know more about him.
Should you buy a house in this current market? Sonia Martinez, Realtor answers this and other questions about the process of buying a house, what information is needed, what to do if you don't like how your realtor works and more! if you want to find out more about Sonia, here is how to find out more:
Call Sonia: 717-673-2393
Amanda Ruth, the volunteer and program coordinator for the The Literacy Council of Lancaster-Lebanon and we talked about the organizations role in the community, how needed their services are and where to find more information about her.V
visit the https://literacysuccess.org to learn how to volunteer and serve this amazing organization and if you want to reach out to the directly here is their information for the Lebanon Office
At the Lebanon CareerLink
243 Schneider Dr.
Lebanon, PA 17406
and their role assisting the business community in Lebanon.Karen Groh
and I had the ability to sit down and talk about the challenges business owners faced in 2020 and her role as the CEO of the Chamber of Commerce. This interview was very eye opening and lots of lessons were learned while listening to Karen. I am so thankful for the
Lebanon Valley Chamber of Commerce
Enjoy this awesome interview!
Laurie Carlyle Funk is the owner of the The Important Thing Cafe located at the Lebanon Farmers Market and in this interview we talked about her life, what 'The Important Thing" means for her and her community involvement with Girls on the Run Lancaster / Lebanon
Weaber Lumber has an amazing staff and in this time I had the honor to interview Milly Candelaria, their staff coordinator, we talked about the company's history, their economic impact in the community of Lebanon and what they have to offer! if you are looking for employment opportunities go to their website https://www.weaberlumber.com to check all the job openings they have!
In this episode of the podcast I had the honor to sit down with my beautiful girlfriend Julia Wynn where we we had the opportunity to sit down and chat about online dating for Christians, lessons we have learned from our dating experiences and much more!
In this episode of the podcast I was able to interview Susan Eberly on what is the LVEDC and it's role in the community. If you are interested in finding out more about this organization please go to their website to learn more https://www.lvedc.org
In this episode of the podcast we sat down with two amazing ladies in Lebanon, PA who shared about the Think Pink Initiative and how Lebanon Family Health Services is hosting this event in the entire county of Lebanon.
In this Mini episode of the podcast I shared something I have been learning recently about the power it has when we take care of the environment and how we can change a society when we are taking action and provide the platform for progress to happen.
WE ARE BACK! we took a break from the podcast because there was so much happening but after a much needed break, we are up and running again and looking forward to creating more content. In this episode of the podcast we interviewed Mike Ritter who is the public health educator for Domestic Violence Intervention or aka DVI. He talked about toxic stress, what it means and how we can heal from it.
Dr. Matt Duvall and I sat down to talk about the different issues he would address if he wins the seat of the 102 district and become a state representative fo the Lebanon County. He is currently running against Russ Diamond, who is the current state representative and who has been in the light of public criticism because of his approach to the pandemic, the use of masks and the recent mocking of Dr. Levine.
In this episode of the podcast I had a really fruitful conversation with Elis Charleston, a poet and church leader, we talked about how as christians we have stayed silent on topics related to social injustice.
ACES- Adverse Childhood Experiences is the acronym that explainsperson's the idea of trauma and how it relates to a persons health. Mike and I also talked about how this applies to communities and what we can do to heal from trauma.
In this episode of the podcast I sat down with political candidate Doc Clements running for the 101 district in Lebanon County against the current state representative Frank Ryan. In this episode of the podcast, we talked about his plans if he gets elected, what he feels his opponent is currently doing that is not benefiting the community and what his definition of leadership is.
the USA and the world as we know have been experiencing a ton of chaos lately and my friend Blake and I decided to share two different points of view and show people we can still respect each other and for that I am thankful. Please beware that the sound of this episode as it was done in an outside setting.
In this episode of the podcast, I sat down with middle school teacher Becky Dubert and we sat down to talk about the importance of education, some of the things she has learned, and where she is seeing the future of education going.
William Trostel and I sat down to chat about what it took him to get into photography, what he has learned so far, and some advice he would give startup photographers looking to get in the industry and why art is so important for a city.
His website: http://www.williamtrostelphotography.com/
Deborah Bybee is a sexual health educator who teaches sex ed classes at HACC-Lebanon. She and I sat down to chat about breaking the stigmas that exist around sex and why it is important to talk about this topic and help people feel comfortable exploring these conversations within a community level.
In this episode of the podcast, we had Patrick Wieger who was with us earlier this year for a podcast episode talking about his life and business, in this episode we had him sharing what he has learned as an entrepreneur during COVID-19 times.
"I grew up during the 1950s as a shy child in Lebanon, PA. I remember the thrill of learning to read. In second grade I got my first vocal solo and started piano lessons. From then on, music and words tied for first place in my heart. An awareness of my psychic abilities evolved, but I didn’t talk about it – not even to my family.
During that era, it was unusual for women to work. Since my mother had a job, the other kids’ moms often asked me why. I told them – she’s a nurse; we need nurses. Mom’s open-minded attitude about women’s abilities meant that when my elementary teacher gave me an assignment on a historical figure, I saw the lack of women in history.
After I graduated from Penn State with a BA in music and an MA in humanities, I had many different careers. I was a flight attendant; worked in a variety of bands; did some radio and television; wrote corporate videos; and taught music, speech, and drama.
In my early thirties, my daughter Layla was born, and several years later, my son Gavin. I wanted to be the best parent I could, so I researched other mothers. At the same time, I used my psychic abilities and became known among local and state police departments as I worked quietly on murder cases. After many years, I openly discussed my unusual gifts and starred in an episode of Psychic Witness on the ID channel.
I love to teach, research, write, and at the same time, use my psychic abilities. I find joy in words, walks, and my changing role as a mother of grown children."
To learn more about Jan, go to her website https://www.janhelenmcgee.com/the-book
Lebanon Family Health Services is hosting a free event in Lebanon Couty (By appointment only) where they will provide free STI testing. They encourage people on taking care of themselves and other people as well by being responsible and getting tested if you have a sexually active lifestyle. The dates of these free testing will take place Monday June 29th, Monday, July 13, Wednesday, July 15, and Monday, July 27th. Make sure that you are calling in to make your appointment 717-273-6741
Enjoy this awesome episode!,
Jasmine Bucher is the Director of Educational Technology at Lebanon Valley College and Theater Director at Palmyra Area High School. and Shila Ulrich is the Executive Director of The Caring Cupboard, a choice food pantry in Central Pennsylvania. Passionate about communication, expression, and collaboration, Jasmine seeks opportunities where she can help others find their voice for community good. For over 25 years, technology and theatre have helped her do so, particularly working with K-12 and higher education environments. Before working in educational technology, Jasmine worked extensively in communications and state politics. She currently serves on the board of the Hershey Area Playhouse and is an enthusiastic volunteer of The Caring Cupboard. Shila is passionate about building strong communities through collaboration and has worked in many capacities to realize this vision. She currently serves on the board of Palmyra Interfaith Manor and Lebanon County Housing Authority. Additionally, she serves on the Better Together Lebanon County steering committee and is the co-chair of the Healthy Food Access Committee.
Link to their podcast show: https://open.spotify.com/show/0RcFQEGqAvfJCpF2IAdXLW?si=EjFSKEUyShqkaTcrrjywoQ
In this episode of the podcast I had the honor of interviewing Daniel DiFava, the creator of the photographic catalog Stigma People where he shares stories of people who have attempted suicide or know someone close to them who has. We talked about Daniel's story, how he got inspired to start this project, and about depression & anxiety in today's world.
I encourage everyone to go to his website to check out his work stigmapeople.com
In this episode of the podcast, I had the opportunity to sit down with Entrepreneurs and Financial Planners Greg and Sarah Coolbaugh and we sat down to talk about the importance of setting aside an emergency fund, planning for the future and good money management practices. I hope you enjoy this episode of the podcast, do not forget to subscribe, share, and leave a review!
Morgan Phillips is an entrepreneur, marketing coach, and content creator who took the time to do a podcast with me on her knowledge on how to start a business, why marketing matters, consumer behavior, and more!
Tune in to this episode of the podcast to learn more!
In this episode of the podcast I had the honor to interview leaders of the behavioral health action team of Lebanon, Pennsylvania who are fighting COVID-19 by spreading the right type of information in regards to COVID-19 and social resources to help those in need. In this episode, we talked about how COVID-19 has affected other areas of society beyond the financial industry and what it is important to be aware of during these tough times.
Abby Dupler is a professional actress who took the time to do. a zoom call with me and talk about the life of an actor, how she manages rejection in the acting industry, and how empathy is the best skill an actor can have.
You can find Abby on Facebook As Abby Fields Dupler
Enjoy the episode!
In this episode of the podcast, I had the honor of interviewing the human trafficking advocate of SARCC. She debunked some myths about human trafficking that people believe in, she educated us and gave some specific pieces of advice on how to identify, help, and educate yourself in this controversial topic of conversation.
The legalization of Marijuana has been a very controversial topic for many years, part of it is due to the fact that we did. not understand how this plant could be used for medical purposes. in this episode of the podcast, we had Hannah Jo Reid, a medical Marijuana consultant, who took the time to debunk some misconceptions that people have about this plant, it's positive side effects and the negative ones as well.
In this episode of the podcast I had the honor to interview Brian Walker, he is the founder of the band A Day Without Love and the Dreams Not Memes podcast. He shared about how he started the podcast, his passion for music and how he went from struggling to be winning in life and serving others.
Disclaimer: This episode was done over a Zoom call
In this episode of the podcast, I teach you how to go about selling your products or services in an effective way. A lot of people do not like sales because they think it has a bad reputation but sales are an essential part of every single business and if you master the art and science of sales, you will be able to constantly drive revenue to your business.
In this podcast episode, I share the 3 action steps when facing hardship. This episode of the podcast is dedicated to those who wonder what they can do when facing really difficult situations.
please leave a review, share with friends and family and let me know if there is any specific topic you would like for me to talk about!
In this episode of the podcast, we sat down with Dominick Giannotti and talked about his passion for music and what he has learned so far since starting playing instruments and making music more than 10 years ago. It was nice to listen to some of the advice he has gotten from famous musicians and mentors he has worked with along the way. Enjoy!
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Today I had the honor to interview Brooke Smith the CEO of United Way of Lebanon County and I have to say that she shared so much valuable information about leadership, life, needs and solutions for Lebanon County.
Some fun things you should know about Brooke:
She previously served as Executive Director of Compeer of Lebanon County, Director of Community Impact for United Way of Lebanon County, and Prenatal to Third Grade Coordinator for Community Action Partnership (CAP) of Lancaster County. During her tenure as Impact Director, she implemented the 211 social service hotline in Lebanon County, played a critical role in the 2017 community needs assessment process, and led the transition into the current collective impact model of funding.
Thank you, Brooke, for your time and sensitivity towards the needs of the community!
To find out more about United Way Lebanon County go to:
Make sure you also consider making a donation to this awesome organization!
John Tice is a longtime entrepreneur, real estate expert and community activist. We sat down to talk about his experiences in the business world, his expertise in real estate and how he is focused on helping Lebanon grow to become a prosperous city and county. I was really happy with the interaction that we had and I am looking forward to working with John in future ventures but for now, enjoy this interview with the one and only John Tice.
In this episode of the podcast, I sat down with model, social service worker and most importantly, mom, Jenn Nniffer. We talked about how important it is for you and me to understand the value of who we are and why we need to love ourselves. It was a powerful conversation that will provide you with guidelines on how to become a better human being by loving yourself and serving others as well.
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Korsair Streetwear was founded on the principals of "Know Love", that what we have been taught and seen through the media and movies is a warped and diluted meaning of the word LOVE. We aim to create a worldwide community that supports and drives each other, in the pursuit and manifestation of the passions in our heart. "X Marks The Spot!" Although we may be different through languages, cultures, and beliefs, everyone in the Korsair family has a hunger to connect with new people from all walks of life and redefine how the world sees LOVE.
Korsair Streetwear, We Know Love.
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Amy was born and raised in Lebanon City and is a 5th generation city resident. She is a 1999 graduate of Lebanon Senior High School. She resides with her husband, Kevin, and their daughter, Olivia. Amy is an avid singer and can be found singing solo at local venues or with the award-winning Lebanon Maennerchor Chorus. In 2012, she and her husband began the “Norah’s Library” book drive to honor their late daughter. Norah’s Library has donated thousands of summer-reading books to Lebanon School District students. Amy has also served as a volunteer for the Northside Neighborhood Association and Making a Difference of Lebanon, PA. She is an active member of the Lebanon Council on the Arts and helps to facilitate the Arts Council's summer theater and mosaic tile mural camps. Amy served as the chair of the Mural-90 Committee which commissioned the 2.5 story "Liberty" mural at South 6th and Cumberland Streets in Lebanon. She is also a member of the annual Spinstock planning committee, and she is a member of the Community of Lebanon Association. Her degrees include a Bachelor of Science in English Education from Millersville University and a Masters Degree in Secondary Education from California University of Pennsylvania. Amy is currently studying at California University of Pennsylvania to earn her Pennsylvania State Reading Specialist Certificate. She is a 16-year veteran Language Arts teacher at ELCO Middle School in Myerstown, and she is a member of the Lebanon County Educational Honor Society.
"I am your biggest fan…
Hailing from Lancaster, Pa, an area known more for its Amish population than music scene, comes Michael Wavves. Wavves fuses elements of hip-hop, r&b, pop, and electro to create his own unique sound, complimenting his music with an energetic and unrivaled live show.
he continues to flood the internet with music videos and singles, including his dark-side-of-partying smash "Weekend Warrior," his swagger-laden "No Pressure," THE dream-chasing anthem "BAD" with Boston's Sammy Adams, AND HIS LATE-NIGHT-DRIVE SOUNDTRACK “UP TOO LATE.” Wavves steadily pumps out consistently high-quality content, while touring nationally and continuing to grow his fanbase.
THE RAPPER/SINGER ALSO RELEASED HIS DEBUT EP “NIGHTS ON VINE” IN OCTOBER of 2018, WHICH DEBUTED AT #54 ON THE ITUNES HIP-HOP CHARTS. HE RETURNED IN JUNE OF 2019 WITH HIS SOPHOMORE EP “PURPLE HEART,” WHICH DEBUTED AT #12 ON THE ITUNES R&B CHARTS.
With 1,000,000+ streams and counting on his recent releases, Michael Wavves is only getting started. Keep your eye out for the genre-bending artist and his team on a stage in a city near you."
Visit his website at: http://www.michaelwavves.com/home
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Bradley Hawkins began his acting career in the early 1990s, starring on stage in lead roles in several plays and musical theater productions, as well as working in commercials, print jobs, television shows, short films, industrials, and feature films throughout the San Francisco Bay Area. Hawkins and his young family moved to Lancaster, Pennsylvania in 1997 where he taught acting, film studies, and humanities courses at the high school level, and directed several stage productions throughout his 14 years as an educator.
Since retiring from service as a high school teacher, in 2012, Hawkins returned to acting on-camera and branched out as an award-winning indie film director, with his debut comedy short, ROLLER COASTER (earning 30 film festival awards along the way. His second short, the comedy-fantasy, FILLING IN, earned an astonishing 61 awards and 37 nominations from around the world, including Australia, Canada, England, Italy, and Lithuania, as well as at festival screenings throughout 19 states in the USA. Between the two films, Hawkins won 11 awards for his direction, and as a result of his guidance, actors in both films won several awards for their work in them as well. Roller Coaster and Filling In are both now available for streaming on Amazon.
Hawkins is currently in post-production on his third short film, Calf Rope, about a former rodeo champion and cattle auctioneer from Oklahoma that bonds tightly with his young grandson from Pennsylvania during the summer of '66 while teaching him a few tricks from his previous trades. Although the film is still months away from being completed, Calf Rope has already won an award for its tender-hearted screenplay as Best Modern Western at the Wild Bunch Film Festival in Arizona.
Over the past 25 years, Hawkins has studied with some of the best known acting coaches in the country and has developed his own unique coaching/directing style for actors of all ages which he continues to enjoy mentoring and working with today.
If you want to support Calf Rope please click on the following link https://fromtheheartproductions.networkforgood.com/projects/51933-shorts-calf-rope?fbclid=IwAR0CqTCk3GDW0mdbc5nm1XqYqt7xdmGkAErrISuvbB7Pmj_jWx0O1R1TQd4
In this bonus episode of the podcast, I talked with photographer Cheyenne Snow about her journey learning about photography and how she is serving Lebanon through her work.
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En esta entrevista pude hablar con el representate de estado Danilo Burgos acerca de temas como la educacion, comunidad y desarrollo economico. Esta entrevista es interesante porque Danilo Burgos no es un hombre cualquiera, el tiene la habilidad de ayudar a muchas personas y en su posicion se requiere de mucha valentia poner su reputacion por el beneficio de la comunidad.
Danilo Burgos is the state representative for the 197th district of Philadelphia, in this interview we talked about community engagement, the importance of education and economic development. I love listening to the perspective of people who are in a position like his, that being of someone who has the ability to change their communities to be a better place.
La pobreza es una cultura, muchos de nosotros pensamos que la pobreza es causada por una o dos razones en la vida de una persona pero la realidad es que la pobreza es un conglomerado de factrores que se manifiestan en la vida de la persona en su estilo de vida, el dinero que hace y mucho mas.
Bryan Donovan is the owner of the Lebanon Paper Box, a vintage real estate building that he is looking to redevelop and make it a central point of business in Lebanon, Pennsylvania. In this interview, we discover more about who Bryan is, his knowledge of entrepreneurship and real estate development.
Alex Stanilla is the founder of the podcast show until I have a girlfriend and also a local musician here in Lebanon, PA. In this episode of the podcast we talked about music, his podcast and love.
Amy Kopecky is the manager for downtown Lebanon and in this episode of the podcast, she shares her journey of how she went from working in a financial company to working for the city of Lebanon.
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Hey there! Welcome to life after college, this is a project my friend Yesiann de la Torre and I started couple months ago. In this episode of the podcast we have Vandon Tricamo, Adam Gamble, Deirdre Carmichael and Yesiann de la Torre, they all graduated from college and wanted to share their experience of what happened with them after they finished school and how they managed it.
This is part 1 of what could be a series of multiple episodes coming out in the near future!
Social exchange theory talks about how relationships can be compared to a financial transaction and in this episode I shared a little bit about what I have been learning so far in my interpersonal and intro to communication classes, enjoy!
Dr. Bartley used to be the superintendent of the Lebanon School district for many years but now she is an entrepreneur, her company Time To Think LLC is a company located in Lebnaon, Pa and provides leadership training services to local businesses and individuals. In this episode of the podcast we talked about her event coming up on October 11th at HACC-Lebanon. This is the first time ever a simulcast of this event has ever been hosted in the Lebanon county.
If you are interested in the event make sure you go to the link below and buy your ticket!
In this episode of the podcast I sat down with one of the most involved individuals in the Lebanon, PA community, Cornell Wilson. He is known for the work that he doing in the community to see it grow and become a better place, he shared his ideas on how people can get involved with local organizations to support others and how he is thankful for the opportunities that were given to him by others.
In this episode I sat down with Vandon and Tanya who are the owners of Zen Cat Creatives and talked about their story of how their business started, how creativity can help you grow your business and also help you grow as a person.
Pam and Cassidy are a mother/daughter duo who do business together, they founded Wrinkle & Boon which is a local coffee shop located in downtown Lebanon and in this interview they shared how the do business together, their challenges, advice and vision for Lebanon, PA.
Norma Gonzales is the director of therapy at SARCC- SEXUAL ASSAULT RESOURCE CENTER- located in Lebanon, Pennsylvania and in this interview she tells the story on how she went from a victim of sexual abuse to now being the director of therapy at SARCC. I hope you enjoy!
Katie Trainer is a muralist who is based in Lebanon, PA. In this interview we talked about how art can change communities and how it's legacy can change people's lives. Check out her website here:https://www.katietrainer.com/
Norma es la directora de terapia de SARCC, el centro de atencion contra el abuso sexual que esta localizado en Lebanon, Pennsylvania. En esta entrevista ella comparte acerca de su experiencia personal contra el abuso sexual y como ella pudo enfrentar el dolor y la amargura. Espero que puedan disfrutar esta entrevista!
Skyler Garman is the founder of Body Science Supplements, a new local store that recently opened in Lebanon, Pennsylvania and in this episode Skyler and I talked about the importance of working hard and also how he started his own business at the age of 20, enjoy it!!
In this episode of the podcast we talked about the importance of storytelling with Filmmaker Erik Soulliard where he also shared his story and how he went from not knowing what to do with his life to be fully immerse in the film industry.
Essentially Haitos is a skin care company started by Karen and Alicia Haitos, a mother and daughter duo who took their skin issues into a problem solver for a lot of ladies and man who struggle with their skin out there, in this episode I focused on Karen's side of the story of how she went from being a full-time teacher to now a full time entrepreneur. Make sure to check out their website and products!https://essentiallyhaitos.com/
Ana is my little sister and in this episode I teared up because it took me back to the old days when we were growing up back in Dominican Republic, all I want to say is that I am thankful for my sister and I hope you enjoy this episode!
Hello! Welcome to Kitty Town Coffee. Kitty Town Coffee was founded by me, Zanetta Kok. I wanted to roast coffee the first time I saw a shiny red coffee roaster sitting in a coffee shop window when I was just 15-years-old. I got the chance after graduating from college when I bought my first popcorn popper from the 1970's off of eBay--the ideal type for roasting coffee.The inspiration for the cat theme was my first cat, Sydney. She was a stray who came to my doorstep one cold night in October of 2014. The two of us were inseparable right away. As a stray she needed a home, but what I didn't realize at the time was that I needed her more. She taught me to take care of myself by making sure that that I took time to be present with her. Her love kept me sane and gave me the strength to accomplish my personal goals.In 2016 we adopted Albert. Sydney taught him everything she knew and the two of them completely took over the house. That's when our house got the nickname, Kitty Town. I was starting to make plans to turn my coffee roasting hobby into a business when Sydney passed away suddenly. When I lost her I knew that I had to start Kitty Town for her. Part of our mission as a company is to find ways to partner with and support the efforts of local animal shelters to make sure that special kitties like Sydney can always find a home.At Kitty Town, we believe in supporting our community and doing things right. We pride ourselves in being a brand that is easy to connect with. We create high quality coffees and offer them at a price that you can afford, because that's the right thing to do.
Dr. Martha Thompson has been providing direct clinical care in mental health and addictions since 1999. Her passion for helping others grow to their best drives her personally and professionally. Dr. Thompson has an open and engaging style about her making it easy to talk to her from the moment you meet her. Her energy and joy to share her expertise or just listen is always present be it working with clients or providing some type of educational session. Her ability to apply best practice approaches such as Cognitive Behavioral Therapy and Mindfulness interventions help her clients make the strides and changes necessary for an improved life. She is always learning and exploring what else is out there to help those in need.
In this episode of the podcast I sat down with the author of the book 'Life Is Simple, Hard But Simple" Mr. Terry Meiser. His book represents the wisdom he had gained in his life and as a part of his legacy this book was written to help young men and women ask themselves one of the most important questions in life, Why I'm I here?, enjoy this episode of the podcast as you go through an overview of Mr. Meiser's book.
Zane Walizer is the founder of Lighthouse Revival a local band that was active for 6 years. Zane learned through experience what it takes to be a leader and how to inlfuence other people along with his band and their music, here we talk about the structure of leadership and management of an organization and a team.Visit Zane's blog:https://manifestoonline.blog/2019/03/31/four-fundamental-elements-to-successful-group-composition/?fbclid=IwAR1jA9-78RnBzzd2_t09XuWLRxB-QRnyDJiggmZMMbmBzyn8UXfrlJgLcSw
Luther is a veteran and music professional who gave me the opportunity to sit down with him and discuss why music matters in today's world and how there are principles to be learned for those who wish to start a career in the music industry.
In this episode of the podcast I sat down with Financial Coach Annie Jay, she is certified by the Dave Ramsey Team to help people with achieve their financial goals and in this episode with talked about the different aspects of money and why it matters to have our financial lives in check.Annie's website:https://annesfinancial.com/home
In this episode I had the honor to sit down with the one and only Kariann Sweeney. She is a talented young woman who has inspired me and many other to have a better lifestyle through her life and her awesome blog https://karaboutothers.weebly.com/ enjoy this episode where we talked about Finding Your Path.
Ali Perrotto is the CEO of SARCC ( Sexual Assault Rehab Center) and i had the opportunity to sit down with her and discuss in detail how we can fight against sexual abuse and what resources we have in our local communities.
Troy is a dear friend of mine and a small business owner who happens to be one of the most interesting people in my life, this episode goes deep in different topics all the way from religion to money, please enjoy this episode.