42 min

Episode 22:Heroism through Humanism The Transformational Storyteller

    • Arts

Ever since Ed Eisen was seven years old, he knew that the real heroes weren't the ones who displayed superhuman powers. They were the everyday people who worked tirelessly to make a difference. That's why Ed didn't aspire to be Superman in a cape, he wanted to be Clark Kent, with a notepad and glasses. Like his childhood hero, Ed would eventually become a reporter and would use his journalistic talents to right social wrongs. In this episode, Ed opens up about some of his most interesting assignments. This is a story about using curiosity and persistence to inspire change.
Helpful Links:
https://www.daralyselyons.com
https://www.amazon.com/shop/daralyselyons
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t40Hx4bjwmw&feature=youtu.be
Guest contact:
https://www.edeisenshow.com/

Ever since Ed Eisen was seven years old, he knew that the real heroes weren't the ones who displayed superhuman powers. They were the everyday people who worked tirelessly to make a difference. That's why Ed didn't aspire to be Superman in a cape, he wanted to be Clark Kent, with a notepad and glasses. Like his childhood hero, Ed would eventually become a reporter and would use his journalistic talents to right social wrongs. In this episode, Ed opens up about some of his most interesting assignments. This is a story about using curiosity and persistence to inspire change.
Helpful Links:
https://www.daralyselyons.com
https://www.amazon.com/shop/daralyselyons
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t40Hx4bjwmw&feature=youtu.be
Guest contact:
https://www.edeisenshow.com/

42 min

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