Brian Baker and his son, Avery, are America's best kept secret. As one of the nation's only father-son inspirational speaking duo, The Avery and Brian Experience teaches people how to create, grow, and repair relationships. Their podcast, "Old Eyes, New Glasses", touches on contemporary family-related topics, pop culture, and news.
Episode 9: Therapy
In this latest episode of "OE, NG", Avery and Brian have a conversation about their own experiences with therapy. This year continues to present new challenges, yet new opportunities for growth and development. Therapy is one step on the journey of self-exploration.
Episode 8: Coping in Difficult Times
In this episode, Avery and Brian discuss some coping mechanisms they've used over the course of 2020. Like many others, they have run into the proverbial "wall", for a variety of reasons. Hear some of the ways they've been able to bounce back.
Episode 7: Resiliency
In this episode, Avery and Brian talk about the relationship between self-love and resilience. As the year 2020 has shown us, resilience is necessary in life. How do you obtain it? Furthermore, how does one ensure they remain resilient through tough times?
Episode 6: Social And Emotional Intelligence
In this episode, Avery and Brian talk about Social and Emotional Intelligence. From the root definition to real stories exemplifying how S+EI shows up in our day-to-day lives. They also highlight the numerous benefits of becoming emotionally intelligent.
Episode 5: The Power Of Relationships
In this episode, Avery and Brian delve into the power of relationships within their individual and collective lives. From stories about horrible bosses, friends from across the globe, to lessons from 30 years of marriage, they cover it all.
Life After George Floyd
In this episode, Avery and Brian discuss the aftermath of the George Floyd killing. Was this moment THE straw that finally broke the camel's back? Will police brutality truly be addressed in this country and action be taken against the police? And can we promise that justice will rightfully be served?