Self-Help

Ep. 91 – Robert Bowden and Ara Arslanian :: Pledging a Second Chance at Life

Robert Bowden and Ara Arslanian were fraternity brothers at Ohio University and have remained friends for over 25 years.  Robert joined us for a stop on his nationwide tour after learning that the terminal illness he was diagnosed with in late 2018 turned out to be a misdiagnosis, giving him a second chance at this beautiful thing called life.

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Ep. 89 – Sam Rus, musician, brain tuner and yogi :: Following Your Heart in this Circle of Life

Sam Rus is a singer-songwriter who goes by the stage name Nova Starr.  She opens up about her spiritual path and how destiny controls our everyday lives.  You can connect with her on Instagram @whatsgoodsam and @iamnovastarr.

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Ep. 88 – Daniel Perez, financial analyst who comes on to discuss market trends and the importance of saving for the future

Daniel Perez is a financial analyst who is in the process of getting his MBA.  You can connect with him on LinkedIn and Instagram.

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Ep. 83 – Recorded Phone Call from Unwanted Solicitor “Legal Enforcement”

Back by popular demand, I recorded another phone call with a scam artist company. I received a voice message from this company claiming I would “get arrested” if I did not call back and handle a “fraudulent matter” pertaining to my social security number. While this episode does not last long, the message is strong: NEVER GIVE OUT YOUR SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER!

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Ep. 82 – Rena Haber, yogi :: Living Healthy in Mind and in Body

I was joined by my sister, Rena Haber (@renaashleywellness), for a conversation about living healthy within mind, body and soul.  We hit an array of topics, including social media effects on human psychology, spiritual introspection through yoga and meditation, how to overcome mental blocks, and the importance of loving (and knowing) oneself in order to be able to love another.

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Ep. 79 – Recorded Phone Call from Unwanted Solicitor “Mortgage Company”

Are you sick and tired of getting dozens of phone calls from ghost solicitors trying to sell or “help” you with something every single day?  Yeah, well so am I.  This company kept calling tonight, so I decided to record them as well and see what it is they were offering.  Needless to say, it seemed like a scam, although I will let you – the listener – decide.

The point of this whole thing is that we need regulators to crack down on these unsolicited phone calls and we need to be mindful of who we are talking to and what information we are providing.  NEVER provide personal information such as home addresses, social security numbers, etc.!  Always be aware!

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Let Gratitude Lead the Way

Overcoming challenges is what life is about.  There’s not a single person on this planet who goes untouched, unscathed.  Some of us have to face hurdles while others have to face horrors.  There are levels to what we deem to be “challenges,” and, with each level, a different set of mental, physical and/or emotional tactics we must use in order to lessen the blow and overcome our realities.

Life is an interesting, fragile set of circumstances that can be so bright one moment and dark the next.  So exciting today and mundane tomorrow.  And since none of it is guaranteed, we must focus on celebrating the good and mitigating the bad.  And we must take time to find gratitude in the little blessings that we so often overlook or take for granted.  And some of those blessings can indeed be the victories we achieve in overcoming our challenges.

I think as human beings we tend to gravitate toward to things we lack in life and, instead of appreciate our successes, we admire our problems.  And those forms of admiration can lead down a dark, rabbit-hole filled path of getting stuck in a recurring world of mental block-itis (I made up that word).  Which leads to an inability to face our challenges head on and make the necessary changes to come out ahead on the other side.

As we approach the weekend, take into account all of the beauty around you and also all of the areas in your life where change is needed.  And if you find gratitude in the beauties, you will begin to recognize that the challenges are not necessarily the mountains you have created.  They, in fact, are truly the molehills that they always were, but that you allowed to “grow” due to a longstanding path of admiration.  Squash the hills, adjust your mentality, and let gratitude lead the way to a more self-aware, consciously present existence.

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Ep. 75 – Rabbi Zushe Greenberg (2) :: You Were Created for a Purpose

Rabbi Zushe Greenberg returned to the podcast to share insight into life, after-life, and the duty we all have to live for today.  It was another inspirational and thought-provoking episode that I can’t wait for you to hear!

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Ep. 74 – Amani Roberts, professional DJ and music producer :: Pursue Your Dreams for Life’s Not Guaranteed

Amani Roberts is a professional DJ, music producer and podcaster who left the corporate world to pursue his passion in music after the tragic loss of his father.  Ever since, he has created a premier DJ agency known as The Amani Experience and has produced remixes for artists such as Kehlani, Little Big Town, Niia and Camila Cabello.  In addition to DJ’ing, he also hosts The Amani Experience Podcast which can be found on iTunes and practically all other podcast platforms.

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Ep. 73 – Ricky Mendez (2) and Brian Thompson :: From Stolen Happiness to Stealing Oceans: How Mental Conditioning Can Change (and Save) Your Life

Ricky Mendez is an implementational speaker and business coach who helps people better their lives through association changes and the daily practice of gratitude.  Brian Thompson is a recovered drugs and alcohol addict – turned hip-hop artist – who uses his past as the fuel behind his music as lead singer of the band, Stealing Oceans.  Ricky and Brian joined me for an insightful conversation about Brian’s troubled past and his road to recovery through the power of mental conditioning.

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