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Jeanita Morris is a business professional and freelance writer. Here she shares her ideas and opinions on life, balancing a career and building a writing business.

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Jeanita Morris is a business professional and freelance writer. Here she shares her ideas and opinions on life, balancing a career and building a writing business.

    Connections During Quarantine: Creativity, Connection, and Podcasting with Kurtis Cameron

    Connections During Quarantine: Creativity, Connection, and Podcasting with Kurtis Cameron

    Connections During Quarantine is a series I created to bring me a little closer to family and friends while exploring my creative outlet. My guest today is not only a colleague, but fellow podcaster, Kurtis Cameron. Kurtis is a married father of two adorable little boys. As a result, Kurtis is passionate about all things fatherhood. His podcast The Fatherhood Perspective, highlights the joy and learns of fatherhood featuring a wide range of guests with varying experience as dads.

    As I catch up with Kurtis we talk about the experience of creating a podcast, what he’s learned from his podcast, and how he’s experiencing podcasting and fatherhood differently during this time of sheltering in place. Check out our chat, here on the View 112 Podcast.

    • 28 min
    Connections During Quarantine: Pressing Past Fear and Non Negotiable Creativity w/Robin Haymon

    Connections During Quarantine: Pressing Past Fear and Non Negotiable Creativity w/Robin Haymon

    I am continuing my series, Connections During Quarantine. Today I am chatting with a colleague, Robin Haymon about his journey to another city for a promotion and how he finds creative balance for his blog, mrhaymon.com.

    • 36 min
    Connections During Quarantine: The World's Greatest Nephews

    Connections During Quarantine: The World's Greatest Nephews

    Well, its been about 70 days since I last recorded a podcast and…WOW. Things escalated quickly didn't they?! We are truly living through a time I couldn’t have imagined possible, certainly not 10 weeks ago. I’ve been working from home in isolation for 11 days now. As an extrovert and a person who works around thousands of people on a weekly basis, its been quite the adjustment to be in a 600 sqft corporate housing apartment 24 hours a day. It took me about 10 days into this to get a schedule/routine in which I wasn’t working round the clock, catch up on some rest, check on family and friends virtually, and take extensive breaks from the news. Today’s the first day I’ve felt calm, and ready to connect in new ways.

    So I wanted to kick off a new type of series within my podcast: Connections During Quarantine. During this series, I will spend time connecting virtually with different people on various topics. My first guests, my nephews AJ and Justin. Both of them are one week into online learning and so I’m putting my inquisitive auntie skills to good to use to see how productive its been. Also I’m curious to understand how they are feeling during this time and what’s being discussed amongst their friends. While I’m recording this episode, we use an app for the first time and they share an app I’ve never heard of. Finally we talk about my favorite topic, reading. We share a love of reading and have bonded over Harry Potter in particular. Check out our chat:

    • 34 min
    Rituals to Results

    Rituals to Results

    I love tackling my year one quarter at a time. I purchased the Savor Life Planner titled The Next 90 days. Already, its been a great tool in my progress toward success. Here I review how.

    • 15 min
    Architecting Habits

    Architecting Habits

    Architecting Habits

    “We are what we repeatedly do. Excellence, then, is not an act, but a habit.”-Aristotle or nah?

    I’m sure you’ve heard this quote before. For many years this quote has been attributed to Aristotle, but new research proves that Aristotle didn’t write it at all. I just finished reading a book titled Atomic Habits by James Clear. I want to share how I am working to build powerful, effective habits for my success in 2020 here on the 40th episode of the View 112 Podcast.. 

    Happy New Year! As I record this 40th episode of the View 112 Podcast celebrating my 42nd birthday, I have been thinking about what I will do consistently this year. Over the past decade, I’ve tried and failed at quite a few things. I would love to look back in 2021or 2030 and be proud of the effort I consistently made starting right now.Over the last 3 years, his podcast has inspired to do a few things that I can build on for success into 2020 and beyond.  

    • 37 min
    Comfortable Not Complacent

    Comfortable Not Complacent

    What’s the point of working hard if you never take the opportunity to enjoy life? Is there a fine line between comfort and complacent? I believe, like most things, its up to you. You can have intention to be comfortable and you can also take action to avoid complacency. I’m going to share my game plan for tips to flourish this fall here on the View 112 Podcast.

    • 14 min

Customer Reviews

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9 Ratings

9 Ratings

Donald Gray II ,

For people interested in doing their best work…

As someone who holds personal development as a high priority value, View 112 is an asset and is in the pantheon of podcasts that I subscribe to.

After each episode I come away with fresh ideas and perspectives—always positive and progressive, that restore my focus on doing my best work.

I appreciate this labor of love by Jeanita Morris!

Deilsha ,

The Run Down!

From episode 1 all the way the episode 10 you've given funny and insightful ways to look at my life. I have enjoyed implementing some of your useful tips into my day to day life! I'm looking forward to many more episodes, I also like that each one is short and sweet and to the point!

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