Welcome to LIVE ABOVE THE NOISE…The Choice-Full Family Podcast.
Choice-Fullness is an inner power that all of us can develop. It is a power that enables us to better navigate the increasing challenges and stresses of our uncertain and rapidly changing world.
Choice-Fullness is made up of three things – our Awareness, our Abilities, and our Control. By expanding our Awareness, we advance the development of our Abilities, which in turn, lead to greater Control – an alignment of our thoughts, feelings and actions that enables us to take charge of our own lives, and future.
In today’s world of ever-increasing NOISE, developing Choice-Fullness is the key to creating safer, happier, and more meaningful lives for ourselves, our children and our families. That’s what this podcast is all about. Featuring today’s top experts, it has one aim – helping us develop the Awareness, Abilities and Control we need to become more Choice-Full.
EPISODE 33: RENOWNED SOCIOLOGIST, DR. JANICE JOHNSON DIAS
In Episode 33, Wayne and Rob talk with renowned sociologist and activist, Dr. Janice Johnson Dias.
EPISODE 32: THE FAMILY INNERTAINMENT CHALLENGE – FEATURING ACCLAIMED VOICE ACTRESS AND DIRECTOR, TRACEY MOORE…SPONSORED BY THE CHILDREN’S SCREEN TIME ACTION NETWORK
EPISODE 31: DR.TINA PAYNE BRYSON -“IF WE WANT TO BE THE HAVEN IN THE STORM, WE CAN’T BE THE STORM”
In Episode 31, Wayne and Rob once again talk with pediatric and adolescent psychotherapist, and child development specialist, Dr. Tina Payne Bryson.
EPISODE 30: STRENGTHENING FAMILY COMMUNICATION AND CONNECTION
EPISODE 29: DR. MICHELE BORBA – EDUCATIONAL PSYCHOLOGIST, PARENTING EXPERT, AWARD-WINNING AUTHOR OF “UNSELFIE”
EPISODE 28: JOHN REID - FOUNDER AND CEO OF "WE ARE SKY"
In EPISODE 28, Wayne and Rob talk with John Reid, the founder and CEO of the pro-social, elevated branding company, WE ARE SKY. They discuss John’s experiences with racial injustice growing up as a person of color in Oakland, California, as well as the effect of such experiences on the development of self-identity, and how certain power styles contribute to institutional racism.