An honest discussion of the human spirit, the value of a positive attitude, and how strength can be found in the weakest of places. This podcast journey will take you beyond your comfort zone to where you start to really learn about yourself and your ability to navigate seemingly impassable waters. We will discuss times where my disability (CMT) has empowered me to learn about strength. We will have guests on this podcast who are champions of overcoming adversity and making the world shine brighter. And, we will help you to start to see your challenges as your greatest gifts. Jonah Berger is a 48 year old youth director and motivational speaker. He works with kids and adults who deal with disabilities. He is a husband, a father, an author, a drummer, a leg brace wearer and an observer of life. Jonah uses his own disability to help listeners learn more about their own challenges and how to use them as strengths. Come take a walk with Jonah down the path of perspective that will leave you thinking and smiling.
Wisdom O' the 50's
Sit on back and relax dear friends as Jonah shares with you the wisdom he has collected from his 40's and the ways he plans to utilize it in his 50's! Plenty to learn and take with you in this final episode of Season 2!
Today we meet Jason Ballard. Born female. Transitioned to a male. And is ready to help you understand why this is nothing to be uncomfortable about. With all of the changes happening in gender and identity, we go to one of the clearest vices I have met on the subject. Do not miss this chance to sit and understand. https://theacronymproject.com/
The Naked Clean
This week we visit another chapter from my newest book; The Strangest of Places. And to help me out, I bring in two of the best friends I have ever had, Marc & Lowell. The chapter we read is about the three of us and the bottomless depths of young male immaturity. Hope you enjoy!
Check out Marc and Lowell's podcast: www.marcandlowell.com
Across the Grain
Today we sit down with an old and dear friend John Kuebler. Used bookstore owner in Denver, Colorado who is a character not to be missed. Plucked from and forever devoted to the 70's, he discusses following your passions even down the curvy roads, surviving a small business through a pandemic, and an honest reflection of how to head in a positive direction during these challenging times. http://www.kilgorebooks.com/
This isn't Mayberry, but it is close. And the time has come to learn the ups and downs of being a Mayor in small town USA. What is the path that leads to leading a town, what is the day to day like, and how do you go about the impossible task of pleasing everyone?? Meet Mayor Sue Leeming of DeWitt, Michigan. My town and a place I love. A rare chance to hear what goes on in the mind of a leader. This conversation does not disappoint. http://www.dewittmi.org/
Today I sit down with a rare soul. Sarah Gentry, dear friend, gay woman, and evolving resource on gender identity. We spend our time together touring through the murky waters with an honest and fearless conversation. Do not miss it, my friends! https://www.thetrevorproject.org/
From a school nurse
I can’t wait to share this podcast with everyone! What great perspective and voice. I love it!
Fresh perspective, when we need it the most!
Jonah has a comfort in talking about challenges in life that is admirable. I learn a little bit more about myself with each show. I am so thankful for his perspective on life at a time when the world needs some positivity to focus on.
Truly inspiring podcast that EVERYONE should listen too
JB and I have been friends now for 4 years now but he’s one of those people who you feel like you’ve known for forever because he is always putting such a positive spin on things that happen to us throughout our lives and his podcast “He Walks Like A Cowboy” is a beautiful replication of that:) being able to listen to Jonah’s podcast truly puts the biggest smile on my face EVERY SINGLE TIME! You should listen to it if you are in need of some positivity and smiles, CAN YA DIG IT🤍