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Exploring the "Wit, Grit, and Inner Heroes of High Performers."

Richardlistens Dr. Richard Oelberger

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Exploring the "Wit, Grit, and Inner Heroes of High Performers."

    Richardlistens with David Lemanczyk, Host of SuperDaveTube on How to "Transmute" Your Emotional State Into One of Gratitude

    Richardlistens with David Lemanczyk, Host of SuperDaveTube on How to "Transmute" Your Emotional State Into One of Gratitude

    David Lemanczyk, former pro basketball player, Host of SuperDaveTube, and recovery and conditioning coach on Opiate Addiction Recovery, Wellness Planning, and Coping Skills.
    While David is technically considered permanently handicapped, it does not prohibit him from creating peaceful ways to build and maintain his body, mind, and spirit complex. David Lemanczyk motivates himself and inspires others to take a similar path of gratitude, independence, and self-love.
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    • 50 min
    Richardlistens with Ulrika Karlsson

    Richardlistens with Ulrika Karlsson

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    • 51 min
    Richardlistens with Lee Hopkins from The Pattern of Possibility

    Richardlistens with Lee Hopkins from The Pattern of Possibility

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    • 35 min
    Life after Melanoma - Choosing life with Kevin Roth

    Life after Melanoma - Choosing life with Kevin Roth

    Kevin Roth began to play the dulcimer in 1972 at the old age of thirteen, and at sixteen recorded his first album for Folkways / Smithsonian Folkways Records, which immediately launched him into international fame. Between 1974 and 1984 Roth recorded ten albums with this label, establishing himself as a prominent folk singer and dulcimer player. In 1984, Roth performed the theme to the PBS-TV children’s show Shining Time Station, which brought him to another new and much larger market. His friendship and collaboration in 2006 with Noel Paul Stookey, of the legendary folk trio Peter, Paul & Mary, further cemented Roth in American folk history. His career took him to a concert and symphony stages around the world, to festivals, radio, television shows, and two appearances at the White House. 
    As his career grew, Roth became professionally and financially successful, winning numerous awards and partnering with prominent companies such as Sony, National Geographic, PBS, Random House, and Time Warner. Then came a sudden diagnosis of Melanoma, and it changed his life. He had a choice to accept a death sentence or to live. He chose life. Through adapting and combining techniques from his music and performance practice with others that he researched, he found a simple and powerful method to change how he lived. Roth discovered how to not just survive but to become truly happy and thrive. 
    Roth now guides individuals and groups in the discovery of what really matters to them, how to accomplish their goals, and how handling stress is an essential factor in a healthy life. 
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    • 49 min
    RichardListens on Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Relationship Coaching with with Bethany Dotson

    RichardListens on Trauma Sensitive Yoga and Relationship Coaching with with Bethany Dotson

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    • 35 min
    Overcoming Obstacles with National Championship Coach Glen Coblens

    Overcoming Obstacles with National Championship Coach Glen Coblens

    Glen Coblens has over 30 years of coaching experience at youth, high school, college, professional and international levels, winning three gold medals in international competition, a National Championship, and coach of the year honors. Currently leading a youth basketball program and mentoring youth coaches, Glen has been instrumental in forming youth programs for Portland-area high schools. He founded PDX Hoops, concentrating on youth skill development. 
    Along with a group of parents, Glen created Benchwarmers Basketball, now Pacific Rim Basketball, a non-profit organization for competitive traveling teams, to help youth develop as people through basketball, building it into one of the largest independent basketball clubs in the area.
    Glen is a consultant for AMPlify Sports Psychology, counseling athletes, teams, coaches, parents, officials, and program directors. He developed the Competitive Skills Training (CST) program teaching athletes to incorporate visual imagery, relaxation, positive self-talk, and goal setting to enhance performance and improve self-esteem, enjoyment, and satisfaction. Building on CST, Glen created 3’s for VICTORY, a reference guide for athletes to achieve success. 
    As an athlete, Glen was a member of the 1985 Wilson High School state championship basketball team where he also competed in Track & Field. In college, he played basketball and ran track for Western Oregon University. Glen has competed in several Maccabi Games winning one gold, one silver, and one bronze medal in basketball, a silver medal in the half-marathon, and open water swimming. He also finished fourth in the 2017 Maccabi Man competition which included four endurance events over seven days. In 2013, Glen won a masters basketball national championship for the Multnomah Athletic Club. A top age-group competitor in triathlons, Glen completed his first Ironman, Ironman Arizona in 2019.
    Glen is the President of Congregation Neveh Shalom, a board member at Maccabi USA, a co-chair of the Portland JCC Maccabi Games steering committee, and captain of the Jewish Federation of Greater Portland Hood to Coast team, 2 Life, and a proud member of B’Nai B'rith Men’s Camp.
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