We all have more in common than we think. And that is why this show is about conversations.
I'm talking with people that I agree with and some that I might not entirely agree with. Hopefully, you won't be able to tell who's who.
Conversations with people who are probably more like us than not. I'm not here to feed the 'cancel culture.' We all know what that is and I hope you'll come away with new found knowledge from some of my guests.
We are more than our bank accounts, education, the color of our skin, where we were born, who we pray to, and who we love.
We all have more in common than we think.
Tara Eusebi has it all. She is blond, beautiful, lives in a beach town in southern California, and has created an app that will change the world.
Quizzed by her mother about her dream in life, she gave up a six-figure corporate job to create her dream job as Chief Blesser at the Bless-App.
With the Bless App anyone can 'Share a need. Meet a need.' with no strings attached(really!). Tara is 'Uniting humanity through the power of Bless'
Steve Silverman looks for the good in life. While out for a run last year, he could not find the podcast he wanted to listen to. He was tired of hours-long dark genres that are popular, so he created his own to showcase finding the good.
In our talk, we discuss that all outward appearances, he is a successful Hollywood writer, yet he admits that for every success he has had came one thousand failures. There have been costs for being fearless in his career.
An Irishman who lived in Canada for the previous three years. While there, he was working in the cannabis industry during the legalization. We talk about his experiences in the Cannabis industry while living in Canada.
Now, he is back in Ireland and has given up smoking cannabis. It is interesting what he has to say about that...
Dr. Dominique Luchart, author of the NEWDAWN Saga, is a multi-faceted creative. As a writer and futurist, she draws on her legal background and challenges barriers and conventions through science fiction.
Fans of Divergent, Hunger Games, Qualify, and Red Queen will enjoy Luchart’s intricate world-building and sense of adventure from 2018 to 2098 and beyond.
We must learn to talk about mental illness.
I wanted my conversation with Archie Messersmith-Bunting to revolve around depression, suicide, alcohol, and drug addiction as it relates to this past year during Covid-19.
He kindly obliged because he knows of what he speaks. It's from his struggles with depression, addiction, and suicide attempts.
Today he is known as The Feelings Guy™. Archie champions mental health awareness worldwide at corporations and universities asking to rethink topics.
William Brown is a keynote speaker, workshop facilitator, coach, and podcast host & guest.
With his Facebook show Disconnect to Connect Conversations and the 'One Word Conversations,' he brings a unique perspective to the conversations.
At the time of our conversation, he had recorded over 320 episodes. It's where he and his guest take one word and talk about that word. William tries not to lead the conversation but rather listen to his guests. They can also be found on YouTube.
We, as citizens
Very interesting 👍!!
Hi Patricia, glad that you launched because we all have notions about one thing, one person or another. To hear you speak with them, allowing them to share truths will help us all grow.