It is always exciting to meet other black men committed to transforming themselves and the world. Please listen as we discuss millennials, education, great intergenerational relationships and how we can “Ask the Old Guy” for insight and get tools to create and sustain change. Enjoy!
When I was in D.C. last Spring , it dawned on me that I was periodically scrambling to move money from one account to another to pay for an overdraft of mine. Because I’m paid twice a month, I looked at when certain charges and autopays were being deducted. Check one covered credit cards, streaming… Read More »
About twenty years ago, I grew a set of larger-than-normal nuts and decided to write and perform characters. Each character was bright, witty, and interesting with something to say. Each character was also a personality that would have been denied the opportunity to share their story -to live and speak. The powers that be tried… Read More »
When we look at our (I’m including myself in this pile of foolishness) dumb actions that invite drama and upset, we need to look no further than credit card due dates a lack of F#%k You Coins and of course most Americans Achilles heel- buying more crap. My first point-know your credit card due dates.… Read More »
Have a listen to a recent conversation on the GENESIS SCIENCE FICTION RADIO SERIES between Anthony Carter and the award winning writer William Hiyashi. They cover the writing process, evolving identities, the Twilight Zone and bell hooks. Our goal with this chat is to examine the human condition and how we’re all responsible for uplifting… Read More »
In this 23-minute audio interview Anthony talks about his book “Ask the Old Guy” and “why fifty is fabulous and not finished”. Available as an ePub, Mobi and PDF (56 pages): £9.95. Note: your purchase gives you access to all three formats.
Its my wedding day and I’m witnessing multiple miracles. For one thing my dad is in attendance. Growing up, he constantly pointed out how much I wasn’t like other boys and how problematic this was. As a child, I was informed early and often that to be gay was the worst “decision” anybody could make.… Read More »
Aging ain’t for the faint of heart. Have a listen as I share what it means to deal with family, marriage, children and the fear of not being “enough”. I doesn’t get easier; we get wiser.
Whenever I teach financial literacy, I’m shocked at what people know and are willing to do with their money. Each class begins with a revealing discussion around wants versus needs. Most students have no idea what the difference is which leads to arguments when certain suggestions are made. During one passionate discussion, a woman repeatedly… Read More »
In a few months, I will be fifty. It’s hard to believe that the kid who used to dance the night away then jump up and go to work the next day is hitting the big 5-0 in a matter of weeks. Being married to someone who recently hit the big 6-0 should have been… Read More »