When I have felt bad about myself or some life changing decision that I screwed up (when you are 20-25 every decision carries a healthy dose of doom and gloom), it is rarely about what us presently going on. Instead, I am worked up because of a past decision. What I am suggesting is an… Read More »
Elisa Irish is a wonderful colleague who constantly grows and supports youth. We recently organized job fairs for seventy -five incarcerated youth. Our mutual love of community building ensures that youth and employers consistently interact and develop powerful relationships. Listen in as we discuss job hunting in the 21st century and what skills to develop… Read More »
These young folks are out here doing big thangs. Meet Moon – singer, songwriter, filmmaker. She’s a young Compton resident teaching her community of storytelling and representation. Listen as we discuss homeschooling, her creative process and the joy of finding your calling at sixteen.
Money is something we all obsess over and worry about. It’s also loaded with shame and embarrassment. People lie about its importance and what they are willing to do to get and keep it. During my teenage years, all I ever heard were complaints about credit card payments and not enough money in… Read More »
Marquis and I met at an L.A. Gang Reduction Convention and hit it off immediately. We’re both passionate about living well designed lives, changing our life patterns, mastering our minds and supporting people as they reinvent their worlds and push toward self actualization. Take a peek. This man has worked with President Obama. Please share… Read More »
Today, I talk with podcaster and storyteller, Laura Cathcart Robbins. Listen in as we discuss raising children, sobriety, creativity and why being the only one in the room is both troubling and exciting. If you enjoy this video please tell your friends and share this page.
Welcome to another edition of Visionaries and Truthtellers. Please join me as I chat with super Social Change Agent, Nehemiah Frank. Mr. Frank discusses education, black youth, Tulsa and Black Wall Street and what we can all contribute to make this country more compassionate.
In the latest in my series “Visionaries and Truthtellers” I talk with scriptwriter Ben Johnson Jr. Ben is s filmmaker, writer, artist and dad of four. Have a listen as we discuss raising children, lovingly supporting their creative endeavors and why it’s never too late to accomplish your dreams and uplift humanity. If you enjoy… Read More »
In the latest in my series “Visionaries and Truthtellers Presents” I talk with Shariya’ Gray – The Black-Matician. If you enjoy this video please tell your friends and share this page.
Children don’t learn to lie and mask their feelings until adults school them in ways to deceive and manipulate. On a daily basis, I am surrounded with and interact with small children between the ages of four and eight. These remarkable creatures have taught me a great deal about being a better human being who… Read More »