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Each and every one of us has a shadow. Our shadow follows us every second of the day. It follows us from cradle to grave. It allows us to fit into and succeed in the world we live in. Oftentimes, we tend to repress our shadow into the unconscious. However, our shadow contains our strengths and power. It’s a necessary aspect of us as a whole.

Here at the Shadows Podcast, we face our shadows head on.

We understand that our shadows are products of our upbringing and obstacles we face. Hear how our guests discuss how they turn their trials and tragedies into triumphs and success stories.

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Each and every one of us has a shadow. Our shadow follows us every second of the day. It follows us from cradle to grave. It allows us to fit into and succeed in the world we live in. Oftentimes, we tend to repress our shadow into the unconscious. However, our shadow contains our strengths and power. It’s a necessary aspect of us as a whole.

Here at the Shadows Podcast, we face our shadows head on.

We understand that our shadows are products of our upbringing and obstacles we face. Hear how our guests discuss how they turn their trials and tragedies into triumphs and success stories.

Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/shadows-podcast/support

    Episode 59: The Chronicles of Jaime Andrews

    Episode 59: The Chronicles of Jaime Andrews

    The Chronicles of Jaime Andrews is now available! Jaime is an award-winning actress, producer, business director, and playwright. She’s also appeared in many commercials, movies, and television shows to include TruTV’s World’s Dumbest.

    She’s very transparent in this episode as she covers her upbringing in Long Island, her relationship with her father, bullying, anxiety, getting in with the wrong influences in high school, and how her older sister Jen and theatre are ultimately what helped her get back on track. She, unfortunately, lost her sister at the age of 30, but Jaime talks about how she still keeps her name and legacy alive with any and everything she does.

    Jaime moved from New York to Los Angeles and eventually settled down in Atlanta. These moves didn’t come without some roadblocks along the way. Still, they also provided some incredible opportunities such as meeting her husband, working with Penn & Teller, filming for World’s Dumbest, her time at the Sacred Fools Theatre Company, her play Cookie and the Monster. She remembers the star of her upcoming film, Myshkin.

    Jaime also talks about the upcoming controversial movie that she wrote, Division. You can find out any and everything Division at http://www.themoviedivision.com/.

    Check out this episode and all past episodes of the Shadows Podcast at https://linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast or www.theshadowspodcast.com

    Finally, if you’re looking to become a certified Leadership Coach, make a lasting impact on people, and get paid to do it, you need to become a Certified Leadership Coach with GiANT. Go to giant.tv/shadows and attend their FREE training session!


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    • 1 hr 20 min
    Rise From The Shadows | S1E11: A Motherless Child with Scott Mason

    Rise From The Shadows | S1E11: A Motherless Child with Scott Mason

    On this Black Friday edition of Rise From The Shadows, we welcome Scott Mason back to the Shadows!

    During this episode, Scott tells the story of listening to Leroy Garvin playing the harp at his mother's church every fourth Sunday while singing "A Motherless Child." That song resonated with him as an adopted child.

    Scott discusses his journey from being born in England as Calvin Fronz Crowdey to being adopted by an African-American family and moving to Kansas. He struggled to come to terms with not being wanted by his family and was raised in an environment that opposed his destiny. He often wondered what his life would be like if he were still Calvin.

    When he was 12-years old and his family was on vacation in Denver, he walked into a bookstore, and a cover spoke to him. It was D'Aularies' Greek Myths. The theme of heroes rising from adoption wasn't uncommon in this book, and he could relate to Percious and Moses. This book gave him a sense of hope that allowed him to face the monsters that he would eventually have to slay in life and was able to overcome his shadows.

    Scott also encourages us to find our personal avatar through Greek Mythology.

    Check out this episode and all past episodes of the Shadows Podcast and Rise From the Shadows at https://linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast or www.theshadowspodcast.com.

    You can listen to Scott Mason's Purpose Highway at www.purposehighway.com. Also, tune in every Thursday night at 7:15 EST on Facebook Live and LinkedIn for Just a Squirrel Looking For a Nut.

    If you're looking to become a certified Leadership Coach, make a lasting impact on people, and get paid to do it, you need to become a Certified Leadership Coach with GiANT. Go to giant.tv/shadows and attend their FREE training session!


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    • 30 min
    Episode 58: The Chronicles of Kaleth Wright

    Episode 58: The Chronicles of Kaleth Wright

    The Shadows Podcast: The Chronicles of Kaleth Wright is now available!

    Kaleth is a retired senior noncommissioned officer in the United States Air Force who served as the 18th Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. He’s currently the Chief Executive Officer for the Air Force Aid Society.

    Kaleth opens up about his upbringing and the impact his mother made on his career. Why did he decide to join the Air Force? What were some of the struggles he faced as a young Airmen? Who was that mentor that saved his career and his life?

    Kaleth also discusses his time as the Chief Master Sergeant of the Air Force. When was he notified of the selection? How social media impacted his tenure. What is his thought on “Enlisted Jesus”? What was his relationship like with retired United States Air Force four-star General and the 21st Chief of staff of the Air Force, General Goldfein? What made him take to social media to address his view on racial injustice? He discusses his perspective on why leaders need to stop punishing based on levels of remorse. He also talks about how we shouldn’t be satisfied with minorities and females in leadership positions. How did he balance his personal and professional life throughout his career?

    He also discusses all the fantastic things they’re doing with the Air Force Aid Society. AFAS is a non-profit, charitable organization that is the official charity of the United States Air Force. Support them at https://afas.org/

    Check out this episode and all past episodes of the Shadows Podcast at https://linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast or www.theshadowspodcast.com

    For more information on Kaleth Wright head over to www.kalethwright.com

    Finally, if you’re looking to become a certified Leadership Coach, make a lasting impact on people, and get paid to do it, you need to become a Certified Leadership Coach with GiANT. Go to giant.tv/shadows and attend their FREE training session!


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    • 1 hr 5 min
    Episode 57: The Chronicles of Noble Gibbens

    Episode 57: The Chronicles of Noble Gibbens

    The EQ Gangster, Noble Gibbens is back! This time he’s joining us on the Shadows Podcast! If you’re looking to get on an emotional fitness program, this episode is for you!

    Noble opens up about his upbringings and his emotional growth journey that stems all the way back to constantly arguing with his family. He also talks about bottling his emotions while attending West Point and how an argument with his wife was the wake up call he needed.

    Noble is candid about being stuck in the Hell Phase (depression and suicidal thoughts). He also shares coping mechanisms and why the willingness to get help is so important to help you escape it.

    Noble also talks his work with veterans, the importance of an emotional fitness program, any and everything Emotional Intelligence, and how he became the EQ Gangster.

    Check out this episode and all past episodes of the Shadows Podcast at https://linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast or www.theshadowspodcast.com

    If you want to get started with your emotional fitness program, head over to www.eqganster.com and check out all the amazing content Noble offers. While you’re there become part of the EQ Mafia.

    Finally, if you’re looking to become a certified Leadership Coach, make a lasting impact on people and get paid to do it, then you need to become a Certified Leadership Coach with GiANT. Go to giant.tv/shadows and attend their FREE training session!


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    • 1 hr 25 min
    Rise From The Shadows | S1E10: Character with Joe Bogdan

    Rise From The Shadows | S1E10: Character with Joe Bogdan

    Happy Veterans Day! On this special edition of Rise From The Shadows, we welcome a Senior Noncommissioned Officer in the United States Air Force and cofounder and creator of Llama Leadership and cohost of the Llama Lounge Podcast, Joe Bogdan!

    During this episode, Joe talks about an eye-opening experience he witnessed where a leader displayed low character and the impact it had on others. Character is a complex subject and it’s very hard to assess, but Joe goes into great detail by first helping you identify your personal core values. He also discusses the importance of developing and identifying an ethical framework.

    This 20-minute episode is a crash course in Character from one of the best leaders in the United States Air Force.

    Stay tuned for more information of the Lima Charlie Network during episode 58 of the Shadows Podcast: The Chronicles of Kaleth Wright on Monday, 22 November.

    Check out this episode and all past episodes of the Shadows Podcast at https://linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast or www.theshadowspodcast.com

    Listen to and read all the amazing content over at www.llamaleadership.com

    If you’re looking to become a certified Leadership Coach, make a lasting impact on people and get paid to do it, then you need to become a Certified Leadership Coach with GiANT. Go to giant.tv/shadows and attend their FREE training session!


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    • 28 min
    Episode 56: The Chronicles of Dr. Steve Yacovelli

    Episode 56: The Chronicles of Dr. Steve Yacovelli

    “The Gay Leadership Dude” Dr. Steve Yacovelli joins us this week on the Shadows Podcast! Steve is the author of, Pride Leadership and the owner and principal of TopDog Learning Group.

    During this episode, Steve has made the most of the incredible opportunities he’s had in his incredible life. He went from working on a cruise ship to an entrepreneur.

    He discusses his upbringing, working for Walt Disney Company, some hilarious Disney stories, moving to Orlando three times, his involvement with the LGBTQ+ community, his book Pride Leadership, and TopDog Learning Group.

    Check out this episode and all past episodes of the Shadows Podcast at https://linktr.ee/ShadowsPodcast or www.theshadowspodcast.com

    Once you’ve listened to the episode, head over to TopDog Learning Group at https://topdoglearning.learnworlds.com/

    Grab a copy of his book, Pride Leadership at https://topdoglearning.learnworlds.com/books


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