The Trevor Romain podcast features true stories presented by best-selling and award-winning author, artist and keynote speaker, Trevor Romain.
Sharing hope, humor, inspiration, motivation and a cup of tea, Trevor’s intimate stories, observations, and humor are a powerful, thought-provoking and often touching experience for his podcast listeners.
Episode 32 - The Day Death Came Too late
In this episode Trevor shares the struggles of finding the perfect podcasting place and shares a story about a wonderful little girl who brazenly irritated the Grim Reaper and gave death a rather difficult time.
Episode 30 - From School Desks To Big Dreams
In this episode Trevor talks about how a single poem, written in a prefab classroom, helped him reach a major dream.
Featured in this episode:
You Will Fly - Written by Trevor Romain and Carl Thiel - performed by Rachel Loy.
Not Afraid Anymore - Written by Trevor Romain and Carl Thiel - performed by the late Donnell ' Overlord' Robinson (RIP) and Lisa Tingle
Homeward Bound - Written by Trevor Romain and Carl Thiel - performed by Wade Bowen
Episode 30 - A Moment In Time
In this episode Trevor creates an adrenaline-filled, radio-style, drama about a thief, an old man and a shopkeeper whose paths cross, at precisely the moment time stood still, in New York City.
Episode 29 - Do You Mind Leaving Your Bad Mood Outside?
In this episode Trevor shares three snippets from his memory journal involving a dog and a marine, a realized dream for a dying child, and how rejection got a slap upside the head.
Episode 28: You gotta do what you gotta do!
Assisted by leaf blowers, roosters, a parrot and power washers, Trevor shares a powerful story that inspired him to do the work he does today.
The Jealous Ghost
In this episode, Trevor talks about an experience that reminds us all that procrastination and deferring important tasks can have regretful consequences.
He also shares a micro-story about a jealous ghost.
Insightful, creative and compassionate
Trevor definitely has a great way with his words. I love how the series is not excessively long, I can listen to an episode and not feel like it’s dragging.
I love how he gives his life experience, opinions and reasoning. He can bring science into his work along with reasoning. He’s not afraid to be vulnerable and share experiences that truly makes his work inspirational and admirable.
If you haven’t read his books, I would also highly recommend those.
A friend of mine recommended this podcast to me. I am glad I listened, great content and good positive content that everyone can grow and learn from.