This episode i speak with Steven Hamm ,
Steven P. Hamm is an American film actor known for Crisis in the Valley, Taken Over and Acts of Violence. After graduation from high school, he joined the Army as a helicopter mechanic. He eventually applied for and was accepted into rotary wing flight school and subsequently earned his flight wings. After multiple overseas deployments, including Iraq and Afghanistan, Steve decided to officially retire after 23 1/2 years. When Steve isn't on a film set, he is working as a Lifeflight helicopter pilot. Steve's breakout in film was a supporting role as "Anthony King" in the independent project "Crisis in the Valley". He since has been cast in numerous independent and commercial projects including a YouTube science fiction web-series known as"Cold Blooded" where he plays "Dr. Bradley"
LeMaire Lee is a lot of things, a comedian, one of the producers behind the Matt & Shane’s Secret Podcast, and the only candidate running for the office of Philadelphia Comedy Network Admin, a campaign he takes very seriously.
In this episode we talk about his origin story and what inspires him to keep creating and entertaining and we also get to listen to some of his hilarious comedy that has been released
Today i meet with Stephanie Mearse ,
Published Author, Motivational Speaker, Radio Show and Podcast. Stephanie Mearse has worked with Desert Capital Management Group as a Vice President since 2014. Stephanie has a BA in Business Management and an MBA in Business Administration from the University of Phoenix. She has been a professional in Marketing for over 20 years. From 2014-2020, she received the company's Top Performer Award for her commitment to excellence and outstanding performance. As a published author of "Women of Perfection; Perfectly Imperfect" she talks about how in today's society women are expected to be perfect with Pinterest and social media, but the reality is we are killing ourselves with the need of obtaining this perfection. In the book it speaks to what is the cause of this need for perfection and how can we overcome these boundaries and fears to become who we dream to be. She has published 4 books in the last year. The first was “Women of Perfection Perfectly Imperfect”, the second is the “Journaling Experience”, the third was “Empower Women of Empower Hour” and the fourth is “The dark secrets of 365 days”. As a Speaker, she speaks to women and men about breaking out of these fears and boundaries and achieve goals. In the last year, she has spoken at 30 summits and 75 podcasts around the world. Stephanie had a radio talk show on Sacramento's Money 105.5 as well as a podcast "Empower Hour" on Spotify. Stephanie is CEO of Empower Hour (Women's Networking Group) and helps women and children off of the streets. She is the President of a nonprofit The Butterfly Element that helps homeless women and children, as well as, free coaching for grieving, business, children, youth and confidence.
In her personal life, Stephanie is dedicated to her family, friends, and church. She's actively involved in Rotary Club, The Women's Thursday Club, a leader at The Tapestry Network, and her local Chamber of Commerce. Plus, she was a recent finalist for a local Honorary Mayor position. Married with a young son and daughter, Stephanie is passionate about impacting the lives of others, and helping those she meets to achieve both their professional and personal goals.
This Episode i meet with Rachael Cain aka Screamin Rachael
Screamin' Rachael, a Chicago native, was born Rachael Cain. Self Proclaimed “Queen of House Music”, Rachael's husband was connected to the evolution of the House music genre.
Screamin Rachael's first release with Trax Records was "Fun with Bad Boys," which she released in 1987 with her friend and mentor, Afrika Bambaataa. Rachael became owner and operator of Trax Records and its trademark in 2007.
Listen as we talk about music evolution and her illustrious career
In this episode i chat with Jade Robinson.
Originally a New York native, jade relocated to Jacksonville, Florida in 2008 to be close to her grandmother. Now a proud and passionate business owner of three thriving companies. Jade's first company was established while working full-time in Corporate America. The latter was established by resigning from her 13-year banking career to pursue her entrepreneurship goals.
Shortly after resigning from her corporate job, Jades leap of faith began to manifest. Jade was nominated as Professional Business Woman of the Year by the Jax Chamber’s Professional Woman’s Council for her work in the non-profit and entrepreneurship sectors. As such, a platform to start showcasing information and webinar series to help professionals and entrepreneurs jumpstart their goals, manage strategic growth, and streamline processes was developed via Strategic Specialists, LLC.
Listen as we chat about entrepreneurship and business in the current economic climate and her journey of success.
This episode i speak with Abbie Nwaocha.
Abbie Nwaocha is the founder of For Her Empire. She is an educator, coach, consultant, and uncompromising supporter of female-owned businesses.
Her ultimate desire is to celebrate, encourage, and support women who choose to start their own business despite the risks, the increased workload and commitment, financial pressure, and resources needed. Especially when the safer choice is to get a job.
She started For Her Empire to do just that – celebrate, encourage and support female entrepreneurs to build their business empire.
Abbie is very high-energy and enthusiastic even at 3 am, she got her first job simply by walking into the company and asking for it. She is funny, bold, and confident and wants to see other women who are just as bold and confident in themselves and in their business ideas.
She teaches female entrepreneurs how to create and structure their business that works around their strengths and weaknesses, rather than what everyone else is doing on Instagram and Facebook Groups.
In this episode i speak with Sindre Langhelle (born August 3, 1990) better known by his stage name, Rocky Kramer, is a Norwegian guitarist, singer, songwriter, composer, and bandleader from Trondheim, who is now based in Los Angeles, California. In 2018, Kramer became more widely known when he headlined the Seattle Hempfest.The next year, in 2019, he released his debut Album "Firestorm" and was nominated for a Hollywood Music in Media Award.Following release of Firestorm, Kramer performed at the 2019 Sturgis Motorcycle Rally in Sturgis, South Dakota, before joining Buckcherry's tour throughout the United Kingdom. Kramer has been described as "one of the strongest and most poignant guitarists since [Jimi] Hendrix." Kramer plays and endorses Fender Stratocaster guitars
Jamie Lee began her journey in Animal Reiki two decades ago, but her personal journey with animals began when she was just a girl. An avid animal lover all her life, Jamie turned to animals for companionship to offset a troubled home life. Through offering healing and compassion to her four-legged friends, Jamie discovered the wisdom and compassion of animals.
Jamie founded Animal Bonds to elevate the lives of animals by helping people understand and honor animals’ natural wisdom. She believes animals enlighten us spiritually through our experiences with them. They bring joy, compassion and love to the world. Our relationships with animals – and how we treat them – opens the door for healing all of us: human beings, animals, and this planet we call Home.
Jamie Lee has studied many forms of energy healing and gained wisdom from all of her many teachers. She continues her lifelong commitment of learning and practicing the system of Reiki.
Sherry Nelson is an actress and producer, known for BH90210 (2019), John Wick: Chapter 2 (2017) and It (2017).
Sherry Nelson, Canadian born Maxim Supermodel, and actress journeys through the planet with her innocent beauty and ambiance touching all she meets with warmth and kindness. Making an explosive splash in Hollywood without even trying, Sherry is destined to remain in the hearts of all who meet her forever…
Listen as we discuss her Journey so far and all her future plans
This episode i speak with Formerly incarcerated human, Sheena Renea, (then Eastburn). Sheena was sentenced in 1995 to life in prison with no chance for parole for her part in the murder of her ex-husband, Tim Eastburn, at the age of 17. The evidence pointed to three teenage suspects: 18-year-old Matt Myers, 19-year-old Terry Banks and Sheena Eastburn, who was dating Terry at the time of the murder. Sheena had been just 15 years old when she married Tim Eastburn, and was 16 when they divorced. Convicted as a minor to life without parole, it wasn’t until the Supreme Court deemed such sentences against minors unconstitutional that Sheena would see her sentenced changed from murder in the first-degree to murder in the second degree with a possibility of parole. Now, her life is dedicated to helping young people redirect their lives and avoid the mistakes she made, she’s also putting together curriculum for families who have a member heading to or being released from prison. As well, Sheena is the founder of Prison Did Not Break Me, a resource, advocate and community driven platform to help the previously incarcerated, and their families.
This Episode i chat with No Mansfield from the Psyche Rock Band Revolushn.
The San Francisco based band REVOLUSHN have just released their highly infectious new song and music video for the single “Electric.”
REVOLUSHN consists of NO Mansfield on fire guitar and vocals, drummer and lyrical prodigy DEKAY (David Kendrick), the visionary Neil Nyberg on bassist/vocals, vocal wizard Kim Aston on vocals/percussion and rounding out the incredible line-up is a former Doctor in the Red Army, a master video artist as well as a concert pianist Olga Ilene Schubert. REVOLUSHN is Revolushnary!!
REVOLUSHN’s message to the world with Electric is “You Can’t Stop Us!”. “We want to say you can do anything you want. The planet is run by fools but “You Can’t Stop US” We sing about space, love and life in this fluid world. You never know what will happen so be happy and nice to other humans and animals.”
In this episode i speak with Kendall Matthews!!! Who is Kendall Matthews?
His team helps bring you the technology tools, like AI and automated marketing strategies, you need to scale your business.
In Phoenix, Arizona, Kendall has had roles as vice president of global marketing, head of marketing and eCommerce, creative marketing manager, and president of 6,600+ members of the Purdue University Alumni Club of Phoenix.
He operated in diverse B2B and B2C industries, from software and retail services to real estate, insurance, and entertainment.
Listen as we speak about entrepreneurship and being successful in a changing world.
In this episode i speak with Howard Bloom
Howard Bloom is an American author. He was a music publicist in the 1970s and 1980s for singers and bands such as Prince, Billy Joel, and Styx. He has published a book on Islam, The Muhammad Code, an autobiography, How I Accidentally Started The Sixties, and three books on human evolution and group behavior: The Genius of the Beast, Global Brain, and The Lucifer Principle.
In this episode i speak with Babita Spinelli
She spent her life helping others . . . first as a lawyer and now as a Psychotherapist, Mental Health Consultant and Certified Coach. She knows what it’s like both to feel stuck AND to thrive, and how to get from here to there.
She launched EMBRACE because She believes relationships with others – those we forge in our homes, our workplace and communities – form the foundation on which we build and live our lives. When relationships aren’t working optimally, often times neither are we.
She works with clients one-on-one to tackle the complex issues that plague these relationships and find a way forward and organizations who recognize the importance of mental health in their organizations.
Recognizing that one size never fits all, and that people are ever evolving, she pulls from a vast array of tools, approaches and methodologies to deliver results.
In this episode i interview Scott Page.
Scott Page is an American musician, technologist, and entrepreneur known for his saxophone and rhythm guitar work with Pink Floyd, Supertramp, and Toto. Page is an adjunct professor at the University of Southern California's Thornton School of Music, in the Music Industry program.
He is currently CEO of Think:EXP, a Los Angeles-based media company focused on live immersive entertainment.
Page worked on and led a number of ventures, including Walt Tucker Productions, an audio video post production company that produced projects for The Rolling Stones, Bon Jovi, Janet Jackson, Garth Brooks, Scorpions and others. Page co-founded 7th Level, Inc., a CD-ROM game and educational software company where he co-produced Tuneland, an interactive musical cartoon (starring Howie Mandel and featuring David Gilmour, the Monty Python interactive series, and was integral to the development of QD7, an interactive multimedia joint venture with Quincy Jones and David Salzman that resulted from Jones' partnering with the company. Page co-founded New Media Broadcasting Company, a social media and collaborative communications enterprise and co-founded and served as CEO of Direct2Care, an online healthcare presence management company.Before his most recent venture with Think:EXP, Page had co-founded GetYourOPI, an online presence management company and served as CEO of Ignited Network, "a start up music accelerator based in Los Angeles."
As an artist, his continued work as a recording and as a session musician continues to draw interest from Pink Floyd fans and other music fans alike
The 1999 Swiss Canyoning Disaster stole the lives of 21 young people.
Tiffany Johnson should have been one of them.
The flash flood swept down the mountain with impossible force and was one of the largest natural disasters in Swiss history
Listen as Tiffany describes her incredible journey of survival and what brought her there in the first place.
check out her website here
And discover the rest of her story for yourself
Alexi Bracey's cancer diagnosis 20 years ago saved her life by inspiring her to become educated in all aspects of good health from nutrition, a healthy environment, and emotions. With her knowledge and experience as a health coach, consultant, and mentor, and yet another life-changing experience, Alexi now focuses on maximizing a healthy brain to ward off the risks of dementia in midlife and beyond.
Listen as we discuss her journey and my own dealings with dementia and how we can all work toward halting or even reversing this horrendous condition.
In this episode i speak with Mickey Burns.
Mickey Burns is an American television host, writer and producer. He hosts profiles. A native of Staten Island, he serves as President of Quest Media Entertainment, Inc., a television production company that specializes in producing television programs, television commercials and media marketing, infomercials, corporate promotional videos and event filming. He has hosted and produced 300 episodes of `Profiles' with guests that have included: Mayim Bialik, Smokey Robinson, Tony Orlando, Joe Montana, Dr. Maya Angelou, Joan Rivers, Danny Glover, Isaac Hayes, Joan Collins, Mario Lopez, George Foreman, Mary Wilson, Smokey Robinson, Neil Sedaka, Dick Cavett, Ben Vereen, and Tony Orlando.
Listen as we chat about his favorite guest and how he has succeeded in showbusiness
Michelle Marsh is deeply passionate about teaching women to connect with themselves. To know who they are at an intimate level. To hold their power and explore the gifts they have and can manifest. To grow and develop themselves and flourish into their full potential. To feel peace and content in the here and now and enjoy the journey as it unfolds. To truly let go and embrace the cosmic forces that work with us to create a new reality of peaceful being. This is her calling and her joy as an expression of life and love.
In this wonderful episode i speak with Michelle Marsh, listen as we discuss her journey to self fulfillment and success. We talk about her new venture into Aromanosis and what that actually is.
If you want to see more of what she does make sure to visit
During this episode we talk to the amazing Veronica Sopher about her family business "HCS The Vintage Box".
A wonderful conversation capturing the essence of entrepreneurship even in the face of troubled times.
We talk about all that inspired her to start this business and possible futures.
check out this amazing product at www.hcsvintagebox.com
Shaun Pryor, a firefighter from Edmond, used the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline to quit after a heart attack and several earlier unsuccessful quit attempts.
“I got something I didn’t have before, which is the support of other people saying, ‘Hey, hang in there. You can do this.’ The people I talked to were so encouraging,” Pryor said. “I could not have done this alone, and having that support from the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline was instrumental in my success to be able to quit smoking.”
This episode we talk about that journey to a healthy life and his continued advocacy of not smoking.
This episode i meet Sly Tha Deuce
Sly Tha Deuce began writing his own rhymes at the age of 14. The motivation in the music is real. After he survived breaking his spine as a high school athlete, Sly Tha Deuce continued to write as he defied the odds and made a complete recovery. Once he had established a bit of a hometown buzz, Sly left Denver, CO to find a creative way to support those he loves. He has since been blessed to create music all over the world.
A common theme in his music is "knowledge is power". His music is rich with motivation and encouragement and is sometimes associated with the eclectic sounds of Tech N9ne. He tells his fans, “You won’t like every song that I make, but I promise you will LOVE some songs.” Sly Tha Deuce loves the fact you enjoy the great music, but more importantly, he hopes you hear the deeper meaning behind the tunes: Stay Motivated!
Listen as we discuss his past present and future
Brenda Bailey has gained insight and training with Integrative Healing techniques for over 27 years. It is her intention to shorten one's learning curve, lessen one's pain, and lighten one's load. Brenda believes we reach a point in our lives when we realize we are fulfilling the definition of Insanity - repeating the same behavior and expecting a different outcome. We know that we need to forgive ourselves and we need help to stop the patterns and the pain.
People can tell her how they think and feel, what we create in our lives is what we believe. Our beliefs are held at a cellular level. ThetaHealing is a technique that allows changes made on beliefs, trauma, and forgiveness on a cellular level instantly and permanently.
Brenda knows that it is a challenge for people to understand how she can help them.
Listen in as we discuss what Theta Healing is and how Brenda became a master at the process
In this episode i speak to Avil Beckford
Avil Beckford's mother died unexpectedly from a heart attack. She created her first reading challenge to heal her broken heart. She needed to do something she loved to start the healing process. She experienced a lot of benefits from the reading challenge and wanted others to experience those benefits. That reading challenge evolved into the Performance Accelerator Plan.
Besides here, you can also find her work on Forbes and Medium. Also, she has been featured in Investor’s Business Daily where she talked about the importance of reading broadly.
Listen as i find out how to read more efficiently and discuss the benefits of reading efficiently.
In this episode i speak with Aprile Williams the creator of YOMEI.
YOMEI was created on the premise that whole-person wellness leads to a balanced and fulfilled life. Whether you desire 1-on-1 yoga instruction, practical mindfulness practices, or would like emotional intelligence coaching,YOMEI is definitely for you.
Listen as we find out how Aprile overcame so many life challenges to create a revolutionary business and routine that is taking the world by storm.
In this episode my guest is my good friend Donald the Voice.
That’s the Goal with his time, treasure, and talents. After delivering over 8,000 unique voiceovers over the last decade, He's realized anyone can do this.
ONLY A FEW can bring lasting impact. Lasting VALUE.
But the goal for him is to always offer more value than expected. That’s the win!
Listen as we talk about his journey and his career path and what he has planned for the future.
In this episode i speak with Author,Podcaster and creative coach Kat Caldwell. We discuss all of her novels and talk about how she got to this high point in her career.
She published her first novel in November of 2017 after setting up her own publishing company. She Googled and researched and worked hard at figuring it out. Then she set forth to reading about being leader with the dream of making something bigger.
She wrote another book, An Audience with the King, created an interactive journal, A New Way too Journal, and started a podcast in the fall of 2019. In 2020 She plans to publish my nonfiction and another novel while continuing to podcast and learn marketing.
This Episode we connect with India and speak with Pranaame Bhagawati,
Pranaame Bhagawati is an internationally toured Kathak danseuse, choreographer, poetess, author and cultural activist, having toured her artistic skills in places like Germany, UK, USA, Guyana, Maldives, Tanzania, Dubai, etc. She founded AMRAPALI (Society for ARTS) for artistic excellence and possibilities. The Society have initiated Amrapali Institute of Arts, Amrapali Rendition Magazine, Majuli Naturals, Board of Applied Integrated Arts (AIA Board) and many annual events.
This episode i meet David Smith
David Smith grew up in Tulsa, Oklahoma with his younger sister. In high school he was a varsity wrestler and took a side course in electronics.
During his time in the Air Force he was deployed to Desert Storm as an F-16 Weapons Specialist. Davis was also a lay Chaplain, as most people didn't have access to worship services with an unpredictable wartime schedule.
After the Air Force, he started working for FedEx and finished his degree in Theology. He moved to Las Vegas to plant a church. That led him to volunteering with Stand Up for Kids, walking the streets at night trying to find homeless teens and get them the help they needed.
Next stop, California. Transferred with FedEx (which is a cool benefit.) Eventually became a pastor at a homeless shelter. He made sure there was a worship service and hot meal every Sunday. His biggest highlight during that time was when he took the service to the streets, serving people who wouldn't or couldn't go to the shelter.
None of these service opportunities paid full time and it was challenging to help people as much as he desired. So, he started looking for ways to replace my FedEx income. For several years he sold on Amazon, but it was such a grind, it was basically owning a job instead of having a job.
He has discovered the secrets to making money on the internet and enjoys sharing it with friends. He also founded Business For Good, Not Greed to promote the idea that most people should have their own internet business and use their new found free time and surplus of money to change the world by whatever way they're passionate about.
In this episode my guest is Jocelyn Bellows , Storyteller | Motivational Speaker | Coach
In September 2017, Jocelyn made the decision to leave an abusive marriage. At the time, her family and herself had moved across the country and she was not working. The one thing that she was most certain of was this decision to leave was an absolute for her and her child. The day she proclaimed that she was leaving and in the months to come, began a journey of self-discovery.
Find out during this episode how her journey brought her to where she is now and what's next ?
This Episode i talk to Angela Giese
Angela is a web developer and content creator who lives near Seattle WA USA along with her husband and two dogs.
For her career, she loves to code and make websites easy to use on any device and any browser. As a web developer, her focus is on the functionality of websites and web apps. Her job is to help create great experiences for your users that align with marketing and design plans.
She is a huge nerd and loves games, anime, cosplay, reading, sci-fi and fantasy shows. Plus she like crafts and has a ton of interests, which makes her a Renaissance Woman. You could call her a ‘real’ and fair person with a casual and friendly demeanor. Her creative side comes out in personal projects and hobbies.
In this episode we meet Krista
If anyone knows what it means to be a mother, a wife, a business owner…and most of all a woman (all at once), it would definitely be Krista. Krista has experienced ups, downs, wins, and loses – ultimately using every experience as a learning lesson not only to learn from herself, but to also help other people who are/may have experienced the same thing.
If you were to ask Krista for her professional and personal resume, you would see something like this:
Married to her husband, Nicholas, for 13 years and the mother of 3 children, two of whom are twin girls
Owner of the Garrett Music Academy and has taught private lessons for over 12 years
Owner of I am Flawsome, which specializes in promoting mental health through music
Graduated from Suitland School of Performing Arts for Piano and Vocal Performance
Received Bachelor’s Degree from the University of Maryland
Received Master’s degree with honors at Johns Hopkins University for Developmental Psychology
Former adjunct professor at Montgomery College and the College of Southern Maryland
Director of the ARC of Southern Maryland therapeutic music program
Specializes in early childhood music and developmental and cognitive disability programs
Author of Authenticity: Be You, Do You, Share You…Be Flawsome!
As you can see, Krista has a multitude of experience and can pretty much relate to a lot in life.
Listen in as i find out how she managed to attain all this success
In this episode we meet Miranda Young from Ghost Biker Explorations
Miranda has always been interested in the paranormal for as long as she can remember. As a child, you could find her in the library reading books about ghosts and folklore, or visiting with her grandmother who would often share stories about growing up in the Appalachian Mountains.
Find out how Miranda went from childhood enthusiast to paranormal investigator and some of the scary things that happened along the way.
This episode i interview Tristan J Miller
Tristan Miller is an actor, comedian, filmmaker, podcaster, mental health advocate, and writer.
As an actor, he has recently starred in The Ghost and The Writer, Dir. Christina Tucker. He currently has two short films in pre-production, a mocumentary, Sound and Fury and a romantic comedy, The Bet.
As a writer, he has been featured in The Good Men Project and Stigma Fighters.
Tristan hosts, edits, and produces three podcasts: Positive and Negative, The Amateur Detective Club, and Anime-Zing Podcast.
As a comedian, he is currently touring on a one-man comedy show called, Manic Impressive.
Comedian Gary Gulman calls him, “Ahead of most comedians his age,” Myq Kaplan says “A supremely kind, creative and highly motivated man,” and his older sister calls him “An idiot man-child with no sense of survival skills. Why did you bring him on this camping trip, mom?”
This episode my guest is Storme Smith.
Storme Smith is a writer and publisher from the Carolinas. He has written screenplays for RockHeart Films, Graphic Novels for the Pack, and has been published by Dark Horse Comics. In 2016, he founded Buno Publishing LLC, which has published a half-dozen books including the ALA Nominated “Light” by Rob Cham. Buno is currently distributed by Ingram-Consortium out of Minneapolis. He can be found on IG @stormesmithbuno and Twitter @stormesmith.
In October, 2019, Xane set off on an adventure of a lifetime. After 20+ years as a producer in the video game industry, and armed with his home-made camper van, Samsāra, and his beloved whippet, Whisper, Xane took the leap to live his dream and travel the continent as a healer, speaker, teacher, and student. This episode i interview xane and find out what made him make such a life change.
in this episode despite covid internet issues i interview the awesome Mark London Williams.
Mark London Williams writes books in the wilds of L.A., while contemplating dimensional rifts and hidden histories. He was also a columnist for the paper "Below the Line," where he wrote about Hollywood and its discontents. He's slung ink and pixels for Variety, the LA Times, and other on and offline publications. He's scripted comics, published a coyote poem or two, and had a slew of produced plays, in venues ranging from California to London. He also teaches writing, at Disney's Creative Academy, the Sewanee Young Writers' conference, and other places. He draws fairly constant inspiration from his two sons, who are growing so fast, the dimensional rift may actually reside in his own living room.
On this episode my guest is Ryan Stanley
Ryan is a lifelong entrepreneur who is known for his impressively natural ability to connect with, understand and empower those who are in pursuit of and willing to make significant changes in their personal and professional lives so they can end up being the best versions of themselves. Since graduating from The Institute for Professional Excellence in Coaching (iPEC) in 2009 as a Certified Professional Coach (CPC) Ryan has changed the lives of hundreds of clients from all walks of life. More recently, Ryan has also been working at his alma mater as both an Admissions Coach, where he closed almost $22 Million in sales in 8 years, and as their first ever Internal Coach where he coached staff from entry level to C suite on everything from daily professional growth to how they want to show up energetically in other more personal areas of their life.
In July of 2019 Ryan published his first book titled 'Be Patient, Be Present, Be Joyful: A First Aid Kit for the Emotional Bumps, Scrapes, and Bruises of Life'. It can be found anywhere that books are sold and on his own website at https://www.ryanstanley.com/
This episode i interview Paul Forchione. As an infant he was diagnosed with cerebral palsy. The doctors detected this diagnoses when he was just an infant. The doctor told his mom he would never be able to walk and she should get him comfortable in a wheelchair. His mom disagreed with the doctor and went on an extreme search to find a specialist that could help. Today he speaks about his incredible journey to recovery and what he is now doing with his life to help others.
In this episode i interview author Todd Sullivan , highly rated up and coming writer who currently lives in Taiwan.
Find out what drives this man to write his Urban Horror novels and what is coming next for him.
If after this you want to see more of his work check out here : https://www.goodreads.com/author/show/165128.Todd_Sullivan
Soul Sisters Paranormal is a group of sisters and friends who travel to some of the most reportedly haunted locations across the U.S., as well as private homes and businesses, to investigate claims of paranormal activity. In this episode i speak with their lead investigator Kristy Sumner and find out all i'm brave enough to find out about the paranormal world.
we hope you enjoy
In this Episode i interview Keyboardist for the band SURVIVOR, Jeffrey Bryan. This incredible man is an inspiration to anyone interested in music and his positive attitude toward achieving success is infectious.
After you've listened to this episode , go check his stuff out at http://www.jeffreybryanmusic.com/
Thanks again for listening and we hope you enjoy
Chris Gordon is a Survivor of Necrotizing Fasciitis and a fellow podcaster on his Podcast "Scar Bearers".
Chris has gone through this gruesome illness and came out of it to still become a success in his teaching career, and also a motivational speaker. In this episode he tells his incredible story.
Alice Lauren is a Stand up comedian and fellow podcaster from New york. This episode we talk about how she started in the glorious or not so glorious world of stand up and get to know the voice behind the microphone.