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The creator of MakesMeWannaHoller.com now presents the Pain To Power Podcast. From hardship to heroism and sheroism - this is the spot where we get down and dirty and talk about how with the right attitude you can truly turn lemons into lemonade. We'll also talk a little love and relationships, politics and race, and of course, music and culture.

The Pain To Power Podcast Eric Payne

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The creator of MakesMeWannaHoller.com now presents the Pain To Power Podcast. From hardship to heroism and sheroism - this is the spot where we get down and dirty and talk about how with the right attitude you can truly turn lemons into lemonade. We'll also talk a little love and relationships, politics and race, and of course, music and culture.

    EP.14: Introducing 60 Seconds Worth of Distance Run

    EP.14: Introducing 60 Seconds Worth of Distance Run

    New logo, new direction, same podcast, same host. In this episode of the Pain To Power Podcast we're talking about the poem "If" by Sir Rudyard Kipling and how it applies to virtually every aspect of living life.

    • 21 min
    EP.13 - The Courage To Be Vulnerable

    EP.13 - The Courage To Be Vulnerable

    Ever been in a situation when you see someone you don't like or known you're going to have to face someone you don't want to face? Remember how much you tensed up? How you began to think of scenarios of how to ignore them or worse? In this episode of the Pain To Power Podcast, I'm challenging you to go against your gut, your grain and your vulnerability to turn an awkward situation into an opportunity to experience courage and practice power and love.

    • 30 min
    EP.12 - Black Panther: Killmonger, The Villain?

    EP.12 - Black Panther: Killmonger, The Villain?

    As Black Panther continues to shatter box office records on a daily basis many moviegoers left the theater wondering if [SPOILER ALERT] Erik Killmonger, the villain of Black Panther, was actually a villain. In this long overdue episode of the Pain to Power Podcast, Eric and his blerd, nerdist guest Christie Glascoe delve into conflict and villainy as it relates to stories of old versus today's standards, what role does Erik Killmonger play in the Black Panther movie and how do we as people frame conflict and vilify people with whom we don't see eye to eye.

    • 1 hr 5 min
    EP.11 - Navigating That Thing Called Love In 2018

    EP.11 - Navigating That Thing Called Love In 2018

    It's the end of 2017 and time to figure things out for 2018. Or is it? Life doesn't operate according to a calendar and neither does love. Listen in to hear Eric share his 2017 experiences with love living as a re-invented single man and his advice for being successful in love. This one is for everyone, married and single, men and women.

    • 52 min

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Refreshing and Relatable

The Pain to Power podcast is refreshing and relatable. Eric shares his journey (an imperfect one, like many of our own): the passion and pain he has experienced in life and love, as well as surviving and thriving post-divorce.

He is a thoughtful and enlightened Black voice, who is unafraid to share his struggles and successes around self-discovery, relationships, parenthood and living a truly authentic life.

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