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  • 00:59

    power of perception coaching with Beau Chatham

    in Spirituality

    My name is Beau Chatham and I am a Master Coach with The Burris Institute.I am also the CEO & Tribal Leader of Warrior Life Coach, an Atlanta, GA-based executive coaching practice, where I work with business professionals, athletes, and combat veterans.A little bit about my background – I was a commissioned Infantry officer in the United States Army.  I am Airborne Ranger qualified, saw ground combat in Grenada during Operation Urgent Fury, and served in numerous other command and training positions.I left military service after 10 years and found myself in the world of biotech and pharmaceutical commercialization, where I marketed injection and oral drug therapies. I also served as a corporate trainer, where I conducted and coordinated medical education programs for sales representative, focusing in the areas of anatomy, physiology, and disease state management.  My areas of teaching were in cardiovascular and neurological disorders.  It was here, that I was first introduced to the concept of Evidence-Based therapies and how important they are in gaining measurable outcomes.   This is what ultimately led me to finding The Burris Institute methods of coaching. remember following the country’s combat actions of post 9-11, not from the newspaper or the talking heads on the TV, but rather through medical journals.  Of particular note, I recall the longitudinal studies of Dr Charles Hoge published October of 2004, in the New England Journal of Medicine that addressed the growing mental health burden being produced from extended combat operations.As a warrior and medical educator, I knew that I wanted to help our returning combat veterans, so I started looking in to life skills coaching.  The problem was that so many of the life coaching schools insisted that coaching was for “healthy” people and that the emotional states of fear, guilt, and anger were best suited for psychiatry.


  • 00:30


    in Travel

    As it approaches its 100th birthday June 9, the Chatham Bars Inn sparkles on the dunes after a $100 million renovation. Hear what's new at the 217-room resort when GM John Speers joins Dan and Chris on Travel Itch Radio Thursday May 1 at 8p on iTunes and BlogTalkRadio.com.

  • 00:00

    Special Guest Matt Chatham

    in Football

    On this weeks show. We look back on the Patriots loss against the Cardinals. We break it down for you with former Patriot and WEEI radio host Matt Chatham. We will then look forward to this weeks game big game against the Baltimore Ravens who lost against the Philadelphia Eagles.

  • 00:55

    Special Guest Matt Chatham

    in Football

    On this weeks show. We look back on the Patriots loss against the Cardinals. We break it down for you with former Patriot and WEEI radio host Matt Chatham. We will then look forward to this weeks game big game against the Baltimore Ravens who lost against the Philadelphia Eagles.

  • 01:14

    Marvelous Monday with Dr. Shirley McKellar

    in Social Networking

    Join us on this Marvelous Monday as we discuss The Texas Federal Blue Seed PAC with Treasurer/CFO, Faith Chatham http://www.dailykos.com/user/FaithChatham

    The Texas Federal Blue Seed PAC http://www.txfedblueseed.com

    Twitter: @TXFedBlueSeed

    Phone: (817) 966-7247

    To Replace Problem-Creating Extremists with Progressive Problem-Solvers!



  • 00:37

    NFL Draft Aftermath: Best & Worst Player Fits

    in Football

    Former NFL players Matt Chatham, Rocky Boiman, and Derek Rackley take a look back at the 2015 NFL Draft and consider what players landed in the perfect home for their abilities...and what players look like an odd fit for their new team. 

  • 00:45

    Gospel of Hockey: Chatham coach Jason Evans returns to the show

    in Sports

    The Pittsburgh college hockey scene isn't limited to Robert Morris University, as you may know. Chatham University ices a women's varsity program, and coach Jason Evans is back on the Gospel of Hockey to talk a wide variety of puck topics. Now in his fourth year in charge of the Cougars, Evans has guided the team to increasing win totals each season, with the 2013-14 campaign looking to be the strongest yet. Evans discusses his team, college hockey and the Penguins/NHL with GoH co-hosts Matt Gajtka and Larry Snyder. Matt and Larry also deliver their Local Hockey Report, as area teams head into the holiday season.

  • 00:43

    Welcome to the NFL, Rookie!

    in Football

    Insight-packed show with three NFL veterans discuss their vastly different experiences on (and after) the NFL Draft.  Former quarterback Brady Quinn (the 1st rounder) and linebackers Brady Poppinga (the mid-rounder) and Matt Chatham (the undrafted free agent) dive into all the drama a player faces both on draft day, and in the days when the job really starts after the draft. 

  • 01:34

    How do we recover after trauma and love ourselves totally......

    in Romance

    Tonght we talk to Angela Rahman - Author, CEO & Editor Nubia Ltd about her book...Finally in love with myself

    Born to Jamaican parents in Manchester, England, Angela started Nubia Magazine in July 2008, initially as a project in Medway, Kent, after experiencing discriminatory practices whilst teaching, together with the rise of Black Minority Ethnic community in the area. Before moving to Kent, Angela provided PR and communications services to corporates in London for many years and, with a BA in Journalism and Humanities, she realised that she could use her skills to make a real difference in the community.Angela has recently published her first book, ‘Finally In Love With Myself”, one of many tool books, to support survivors and victims of emotional and psychological abuse after overcoming two dysfunctional abusive marriages.

    Angela, also works as an English teacher, who previously ran a social enterprise and now runs Nubia Ltd a private company, that offers creative media services and publishes two community publications.  Angela also offers English and Creative writing workshops to the community. Nubia’s mission is to create career and employment opportunities, promote positive images and celebrate achievements of community members, together with a platform for engagement that will ultimately promote community cohesion.

    In October 2010, with the support of the Big Lottery, Angela launch, a youth publication for young people.    Based at the Historic Dockyard, in Chatham Kent, and Old Street London, Nubia provides employment, work-placements and voluntary opportunities to young people and the community it serves collaborating with schools, colleges, universities and business enterprises.

    Join the conversation on 3479457556 or comment in chatroom



  • 00:47

    The Challenges NFL Players Face Changing Positions, Scheme

    in Football

    How a college football player will adjust to the pros playing a position (or in a scheme) that he doen't have experience in is one of the most difficult projections in the NFL Draft process.  Former NFL players Matt Chatham, Grey Ruegamer and Rocky Boiman share their firsthand insights on the real challenges of changing posiitons in the NFL - both from college to the pros, and moving from scheme to scheme in the league.  

  • 00:32

    Why We Play the Game of Football

    in Football

    This kickoff episode of the Football By Football podcast features three former NFL football players - linebackers Matt Chatham and Brady Poppinga, and quarterback Brady Quinn - in a players-only discussion of why they played this particular sport and what makes it so great.  The guys discuss sound bites from football classics like "North Dallas Forty" and "Any Given Sunday," as well as clips from a K2 climbing documentary and JK Rowling in a broad roundtable on the appropriateness of danger in the game and chosing not to live cautiously.

    This is an insight-packed show that sets the table for why we started footballbyfootball.com.