Rock The Reset is a new podcast that creates an environment that embraces change and provides encouragement, resources, and life lessons from real people, for real people that are ready to make a change in their lives.
025 - Forced Resets
Forced resets sound horrible, but are they? In this episode, we go back and hear the stories of four individuals who, instead of choosing to give in to defeat, they decided to change with the circumstances and try again. A forced reset isn't always welcomed, but it could be a wonderful thing when faced with failure. It depends on which direction you choose to take it. Do you take a twisted moment and make the best of it, or do you head down the path of "whoa's me"? Hear the stories of the ones who never gave up. Did things always go their way? Not at all! Some became successful and changed in the middle of being successful, to become more successful. Some finished their commitment to providing for their family before giving in to their heart's true calling. Some were too stubborn to stop trying. Others were backed into a dark corner only to find out that their escape was a typewriter and a coffee shop.
024 - Leigh Rinas - When The Sea Calls Your Name
Seawoman, Leigh Rinas, answered when the sea called her name, but she hit a roadblock the first time she attempted to go to it. After six months, Leigh dropped out of the U.S. Merchant Marine Academy, moved to a new city, and became a bartender at The Opry Hotel in Nashville, TN. That lasted a little while before she started hearing the sea call to her again. This time, Leigh was ready. She went back to school, but this time, she attended Texas A & M. She got her degree and is now traveling the world on one of the largest merchant ships on the sea. Hear her fascinating story and how she hit her reset to start again.
023 - Cliff Cody - Making It Without Making It
Artist Cliff Cody picked up the guitar so he could pick up the ladies. Eventually, that same guitar got him out of Odessa, Texas, and landed him in Nashville, where he had songwriter dreams of making it big. Things didn't go as plan. He moves away from Nashville and becomes a full-time nurse to make ends meet, but that's not where his story ends. That's where it began. Cliff might not have "made it" in Nashville's traditional sense, but he's making it work for him. Cliff traded his nursing job to be a full-time performing artist. Traveling the world and making a living doing what he loves and to us here at Rock The Reset, we call that, making it.
Cliff Cody's Mess Like Me
Cliff Cody's Homegrown
022 - Lori Eldridge - Life Long Learner
Lori Eldridge hit the reset button multiple times in her life, but the biggest one came when she realized she needed change in her personal life. From owning a Chinese restaurant to waiting tables to opening her now, super successful school, Music City Montessori. Lori does not hold back in this interview. She felt her story needed to be told in hopes that it helps others.
Books Lori recommended.
- The Sociopath Next Door
-The Covert Narcissist
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021 - Charles D. Clark - There Are No Small Roles From Prison to Empire
Charles D. Clark is an American-born multi-award winning professional SAG-Aftra actor known for his "Bad Boy" role in the FOX hit show Empire as one of Shine's primary Goon Enforcers. Charles has also played various Detective roles on hit true-crime series that aired on TV One, ID Channel along with being in several upcoming big screen and indie films. His latest appearance will be in Will and Jada Pinkett Smith's new movie "Charm City Kings" coming out in October on HBO Max. Charles has an extensive resume that continues to expand into being the next star in Hollywood. Outside of acting Charles is also a multi-award winning transformation speaker empowering lives worldwide through his influential and life-changing testimony. Stay tuned…Charles D. Clark is the newest face in Hollywood known for always giving God the glory!
020 - Robbie Quinn - Street Unicorns
New York City photographer Robbie Quinn can spot a street unicorn a mile away. His photography stands out like his subjects. His social sites display his captured images for all to see while his book Street Unicorns is on the way to the masses. Robbie wasn't always a photographer, though. Like all of us, his desire was something else. It took multiple reset, or as Robbie explains it, "a large continuum." From selling weed at the age of twelve to fistfights on stage, Robbie tells us some of the most amazing stories.
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Rock The Reset is officially in my weekly rotation. Arlis Albritton is a great host and asks exactly the questions I would want to ask. Thank you for this!!
I had an absolute blast being interviewed. Listening to how Arlis put this together is awesome! I hope many people will be able to take some inspiration from these podcasts!
Knowing Arlis, I knew he would be a natural at this! I thought it was very informative and entertaining! I think many people want to "Rock The Reset" but don't know how to and are too afraid. Listening to this podcast can give you courage to make it happen!