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Author: Tyrone Thomas

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Just a regular joe who wanted to create a calm, peaceful environment where people from different backgrounds culturally, politically, etc. can have deep, sometimes difficult conversations without cutting one another off, yelling over one another, or other rudeness. Also, interviews with movers and shakers of various industries are highlighted to inform and entertain.
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Today's episode is the continuation of my conversation with author and keynote speaker, Chris Clews. Having spoken to companies such as VISA and DHL, and universities such as University of Florida and UPenn Medicine, Chris is in demand for what he has to say.Today we delve more into cinema; what gave films from the '80s their edge and how do they compare with the movies of today? We talk about the rise of Marvel, Hollywood's obsession with hard and soft reboots of '80s classics an...
Today's episode is the continuation of my conversation with author and keynote speaker, Chris Clews. Having spoken to companies such as VISA and DHL, and universities such as University of Florida and UPenn Medicine, Chris is in demand for what he has to say.Today we get deeper into how '80s pop culture, particularly the movies, music, and characters that defined the decade can teach us so much about leadership, communications, teamwork, and more in both our professional and personal li...
For today's episode, I sat down with author and keynote speaker, Chris Clews. Having spoken to companies such as VISA and DHL, and universities such as University of Florida and UPenn Medicine, Chris is in demand for what he has to say.Chris talks about how '80s pop culture, particularly the movies, music, and characters that defined the decade can teach us so much about leadership, communications, teamwork, and more in both our professional and personal lives.
Today's episode is a special one. This episode will break the normal Sunday release cycle and go live this Thursday (6/29). I sat down with friends and fellow ex-submariners, Tyler Carrigan and Aaron DesJardins again to talk about the tragedy of the lost Titan sub. We each served on the same US Navy submarine together and approach this topic with a legitimate knowledge and incite you will not find in most places.Just a heads up, be prepared for a little adult language here.
This is the second and final part of my talk with Elora Maxwell. We got deeper into the pros and cons between traditional and self-publishing, along with some unique and sound advice for aspiring authors. Her debut novel, which comes out July 26th, deals with the sinking of the SS Andrea Doria and events surrounding this fateful night. It remains among the most terrible of catastrophes in the water and is rarely, if ever taught in schools.
For today's episode, I'm sitting down with Elora Maxwell. She's a first-time author with plenty to say about books and the publishing industry in general. Her debut novel, which comes out July 26th, deals with the sinking of the SS Andrea Doria and events surrounding this fateful night. It remains among the most terrible of catastrophes in the water and is rarely, if ever taught in schools. Her book and the story behind it are so unique and impressive, I had to have he...
Today's episode was the final in my three-part series with Rev. Dr. Hall. This time we got into a rather hot button topic, how the LGBTQ community factors into the Church and how this community is viewed within much of the Christian faith, and the effects these views have had on this community. Further, we went in pretty deep talking about where the Church really stands today in terms of its relevancy and where the Bible stands. It's an inciteful, sometimes funny, sometimes ...
For today's episode, I am continuing my conversation with Rev. Dr. Hall, and it was interesting to say the least. We talked more about where the Church fits into today's complex world, Christian ethics and cultural issues, and how it all fits together.I want to reiterate, in no way am I attempting to influence or change one's way of thinking here, but episodes like this are what this podcast is all about, sharing different, challenging ideas, in good faith without rudeness or judgment.I...
For today's episode, the podcast is tackling one of the few remaining important, yet sensitive topics we've yet to cover...religion. And in today's episode we're talking particularly about Christianity and the Bible. We talked about where the Church fits into today's complex world, Christian ethics and cultural issues, and how it all fits together.I have to say, this interview became more of an organic conversation as we talked and Rev. Dr. Hall was far different than I expected h...
In today's episode, I sat down with Assistant Principal Rich Norris of 360 High School in Providence, RI. This is more of a look back at when COVID was near its peak and the challenges, changes, and effects it had on our education system through the eyes of a high-ranking, experienced professional.Rich also is very active in the community, with several positive initiatives he continues to make a difference with. These initiatives, such as the Gentleman's Academy and Black Girl Mag...
This episode was an honest, raw conversation about our two-party system. At this point, is it doing more harm than good? We also covered social media and 24-hour cable news networks. Again, honest talks like this are why I started the podcast. It's important we can talk to people who don't see eye to eye with us on difficult topics without judgement or rudeness. There's enough of that going around these days. It's more than a little sad that the content we ...
Today's episode is a flashback to when I pulled back the veil and talked about why I started this podcast and more importantly, my philosophy behind it. It's a quick listen. Give it a few minutes of your time.
For today's episode, I sat down with Michelle Steiner. Michelle was born with a learning disability called Math Dyscalculia. It severely impacts her ability to do math, as well as affecting her hand dexterity, and her visual perception. Many have heard of dyslexia, while few are familiar with this.Michelle's goal is to spread the word about learning disabilities, especially this one in particular. She also wishes to share her story of triumph and success in the face of...
For today's episode, I sat down with Alyssa Chavez. Alyssa struggled for years with endometriosis and infertility. She dealt with intense pain, physically, mentally, and emotionally. She endured surgeries and countless rounds of IVF. Eventually, she took those experiences and dug deep into the holistic world. She began to heal herself naturally. Today she has her own practice, helping women dive deep into their own health through nutrition and gut healing p...
Today's episode concludes my conversation with business leader, motivational speaker, and self-described "serial entrepreneur with ADHD", Jennifer Potter. Today's focus was about overcoming the chaos in our lives to attain both the personal and professional goals that always seem to be a bit out of reach.Jennifer can be found on Instagram @jen_liveyourbestlifeOr simply email jen@epic47.com
Today's episode continues my conversation with business leader, motivational speaker, and self-described "serial entrepreneur with ADHD", Jennifer Potter. We talked about dealing with past trauma no matter how difficult, and understanding our very mortality, a subject many prefer to avoid, in order to better understand ourselves and achieve success and happiness in the present.Jennifer can be found on Instagram @jen_liveyourbestlifeOr simply email jen@epic47.com
For today's episode, I sat down with business leader, motivational speaker, and self-described "serial entrepreneur with ADHD", Jennifer Potter. Jennifer focuses on teaching others not to become a statistic of their environment. She overcame a difficult childhood and aims to inspire others to become the best version of themselves. We talk about dealing with trauma and overcoming past and present challenges, no matter how difficult, no matter how seemingly impossible to achie...
Today's episode deals with fighting against our tendency to want to please others. Why is it so hard to say no sometimes? And what do we do if we or someone we know is suffering from burnout? I sat down with Dr. Puja Aggarwal to talk about this. Dr. Aggarwal has been on the show before and is a Board-Certified Neurologist and Epileptologist. She is also a Certified Burnout and Growth Mindset Expert. Back in season 3 we talked neurological disorders. A...
Today's episode deals with fighting against our tendency to want to please others. Why is it so hard to say no sometimes? And what do we do if we or someone we know is suffering from burnout? I sat down with Dr. Puja Aggarwal to talk about this. Dr. Aggarwal has been on the show before and is a Board-Certified Neurologist and Epileptologist. She is also a Certified Burnout and Growth Mindset Expert. Back in season 3 we talked neurological disorders. A...
Are you, or anyone you know suffering from severe lower back pain? If the answer is yes to any of that, you'll want to hear this episode. I reached out internationally to talk to Colin MacGregor from the U.K. Colin has over 25 years of experience in the strength and rehabilitation industry and has helped hundreds reduce their chronic lower back pain/sciatica and return to a life of normality. He designed a 21 day program designed to help those in pain begin to recover ...
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