May 31, 2021
My guest this week is Matis Miller, a licensed clinical social worker, a certified cognitive and dialectical behavior therapist, father of 6 children, and author of the book “The Uncontrollable Child.”
Any parent can tell you that we have a lot of ideas about what a child should or shouldn’t do, or how they...
May 24, 2021
This week's guest and I have a
mutual disdain for the phrase "time heals all
In her new book, I Am
Here, Ashley LeMieux writes about how untrue “time heals all
wounds” is as she recounts the many deep scars she holds and how
she has taken an active part in moving past them.
We all have wounds that...
May 17, 2021
My guest this week is Jeffrey Shaw, author of the book, The Self-Employed Life.
Jeffrey has never had a traditional job. He’s always worked for himself, starting as a kid when he’d sell eggs door to door.
Entrepreneurs and the self-employed are masters at using the words of the doubting as gasoline on the embers...
May 10, 2021
In Part 2 of a look at the modern state of policing the United States, I welcome Anthony Shefferly, an active duty police officer.
I cannot imagine what the last year has been like for the men and women in law enforcement. As you’ll hear from Anthony, it’s been stressful, anxiety ridden, and at times, angering.
May 3, 2021
My guest this week is Nick Laparra, the host of the Let’s Give a Damn podcast.
Nick envisions a world where there are fewer walls, longer bridges, and bigger tables, and as you’ll hear, a churning curiosity within his soul drives this mission, even when — as he admits — it goes into some unhealthy places.