Tonight we really get into the most spineless unnecessary actions the democrats have done in quite some time. Shutting down the government and opening it with nothing in hand to negotiate with. also the numerous political shenanigans in one freakin week. including the deputy FBI director stepping down and a reckless memo the congress voted to release.
This week I sit down with Russell Kirkman, entrepreneur, musician, author, life coach and motivational speaker. This episode Russell walks us through his journey to self awareness through a near death experience and how everyone should seek and embrace their individual calling. This episode I have a very spiritual and enlightening conversation with a very talented individual. I hope you enjoy.
Russell Kirkman is the author of 2 books on reducing STRESS, “Maybe It’s Me” and “Maybe It’s Me Too.” He’s an expert at helping people identify areas of STRESS, anything from unemployment, marriage or a personal relationship, to parenting or the loss of a loved one. Russell says it’s all about rejuvenating and strengthen an individual’s positive attitude. Russell’s genuine belief in people, his compelling stories, and his amusing reflections of how he stayed positive in an unpredictable corporate and entrepreneurial arena keep readers and audiences on the edge of their seat
After months have passed without a culprit in her daughter's murder case, Mildred Hayes makes a bold move, painting three signs leading into her town with a controversial message directed at William Willoughby, the town's revered chief of police. When his second-in-command, Officer Dixon -- an immature mother's boy with a penchant for violence -- gets involved, the battle is only exacerbated.
This episode the team steps into the current debate (Or is it) about Trump being a racist based on his comments about Black countries being shithole countries. We dive into the possiblity of more celebrity politicians and if this will be the new normal. Once again the conspiracies fly when we talk about Hawaii, fire and fury and other hilarious political shenanigans.
José Angel Contreras grew up on the south side of Milwaukee, WI. He is the son of a hardworking woman from Oaxaca, Mexico and a loving father from Jalisco, Mexico. We talk to Jose about his journey and his current podcast Decoding Millennials where he debukes the stereotype of millennials that the current society believes is true
Our Part two episode with Dawn Warner the advocate for Myasthenia Gravis, we talk about what she is using to gain comfort from the disease as well as the health care process everyone should be involved in when it comes to their own health. This is very important information most of us do not take in consideration when it comes to our health. Enjoy
We went long on our last podcast episode of REPO, so we added this predictions podcast to a totally separate episode while adding in some weird opinions on what ever came to mind. UFO's, PBS and the sexual freaks on their network.
The team returns just in time to discuss the Tax Bill that has signed into Law by the Trump. We talk about the different changes and how we perceive the changes will effect us. As three different perspectives gather their thoughts (single, married with child, married towards retirement)
We split off and start talking about voting and why is it so hard for people to vote or vote against morality, ethics and morality.
Alicia attended the Anita Borg institute Grace Hopper Christmas party and decided to ask the women there about 2017. The two questions were. What was your thoughts about what happen to women and what women did this year? Also as women what was accomplishments or what was this year like for you personally? Alicia had plenty of diverse views as well as very personal stories.