A podcast where Tommy Calloway and Shawndra Russell (and guests) discuss the ramifications of the coronavirus and how we must establish a better new normal for Americans and humanity at large after the fallout of COVID-19.
Episode 83: The Hitchhikers Guide to a Misguided Country
We discuss new information that has come to light from the Capitol insurrection last week. Why were some of these 'protestors' given a tour of the capitol the day before by sitting members of congress? There was a Social Media glow from all of this that did not highlight the the more violent notions of the attack on the seat of democracy. Should those who pushed for the doubting of the election be held accountable? With five days until the inauguration, what chaos can be stirred up 45th president, as he drifts beyond the point of his presidency? Madison Cawthorn represents our home region of Western North Carolina - but also sells 'Cry More Lib' T-shirts on his website, and was armed in the Capitol on the day of the insurrection. We discuss how the vaccine is rolled out slower than expected and some states are encouraging "vaccination-tourism" to help their economy while at the same time denying access to their residents. We also talk about how poorer countries, who were a part of the vaccine research and studies, have received no vaccine doses. 2021 is off to a blistering start, and there's a lot to unpack.RECORDED LIVE FROM THE RESET WOLF DEN
Episode 82: Open Treason and Domestic Terrorism in the Capitol. What country is this?
As horrible and dire events unfold in our nation's capitol as pro-Trump supporters storm the halls of Congress with vandalism and looting, we ask the question, "What country is this?" How could we possibly get to this point?
Episode 81: With Bill Gilliland and Beth Lemmel - Business Coaches
We speak with Bill Gilliland an award winning presenter, entrepreneur and ActionCOACH business coach. We also speak with Beth Lemmel who works with Bill as an ActionCOACH entrepreneurial talent scout. We discuss the tough times for small businesses during Covid-19 and how many have had to pivot and adapt and how there is opportunity available - even now.NEW THEME SONG!!! Thought we would change it up for the New Year. Waddya Think?
Episode 80: New Year's Eve 2020 Reflections
We look back over 2020 and all of the incredible, bizarre, crazy, sad, horrible, and hopefully transcendent and transformational events that fell upon us this year. What did we learn? What are the changes we didn't like and the changes we did and the changes that still aren't in our periphery?
Episode 79: With Physician's Assistant Jonathan Swinger
We speak with Jonathan Swinger a physician's assistant specializing in orthopedic surgery with Southeastern Sports Medicine. He talks about his experience being on the front lines of Covid-19 and the fear and anxiety that goes into it. Jonathan also received his first dose of the Pfizer vaccine and using his Master's of Science degree he explains mRNA vaccines and how they work. The vaccine offers hope on the horizon but he reiterates that we still have to follow the guidelines to continue to prevent the spread of the virus.
Episode 78: With Kara Irani from Manna Food Bank
We speak with Kara Irani, Director of Marketing and Communications for Manna Food Bank. Manna Food Bank is a non-profit organization serving Western North Carolina since 1983 and an accredited member of Feeding America, the nation’s largest domestic hunger relief organization. Their main goal is to end hunger in WNC. Kara talks about the growing need in our region for Manna's services as the economic upheavals from Covid-19 have left many more people in dire straits.