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Heroism In Action is trying out this blog talk idea to see if anyone really listens to a word we are saying. Kimber, our not so fearless leader, will be hosting in April. She will be tackling the Definition of Heroes over the next two weeks. Join us for a fun and zany morning upbeat show where you never know what will happen. (G rated)
I came across the original hand-written version of this writing, Response to "Cool Heroism", by Zee Charnoe. This document was in response to a writing: "Cool Heroism", by Robert Thurman, Ph.D. I am also going to read this same document at a seminar presentation, in November, in honour of Zee's works. My presentation is to be held at the Centre for Community-Based Research.
Host Dean Buchanan has a very special guest this week, Dr. Phillip Zimbardo, Psy.D. Dr. Zimbardo has been a professor of psychology at Standford University since 1968. He has been teaching overall for more than 56 years! Dr. Zimbardo is going to share with us his lates endeavor, The Heroic Imagination Project (HIP). HIP set out to answer the question, "can an ordinary person perform a heroic deed?" Dr. Zimbardo has some great insights on the answer to that quesiton and more! Please join us Sunday at 7:00pm EST and listen in or call in to speak with the Dr. yourself. You can ask anything you like. We look forward to having this Sunday.
Join me Monday, August 19th at 6 p.m. Pacific/9 Eastern on Radio Enso. My guest is Matt Langdon from The Hero Construction Company and The Hero Handbook, who joins us to discuss The Hero Round Table, an upcoming conference about heroism in today’s world. About: The Hero Round Table is the first interdisciplinary conference on heroism in today’s world. Talks and discussions will come from experts in the worlds of psychology, education, philosophy, sports, storytelling (books, movies, TV, games etc), the news media, and more who will take to the stage to share their knowledge. Attendees from schools, businesses, the creative arts, and the news media will be taking information back to their home towns in order to create heroes and heroism. Featuring Dr. Philip Zimbardo in a rare appearance in the Midwest and 19 other experts from across the globe, the conference takes place November 9-10, 2013 in at Swartz Creek, Michigan. The Hero Round Table provides an opportunity for those interested in heroism around the world to gather together for networking, planning future collaborations, and hearing from the world’s leading experts on the subject. For more information about The Hero Round Table, visit http://www.heroroundtable.com.
Join me on a fascinating story of a man on a mission. Driven and inspired to become a leader in a far away lands. I'm talking about my Mentor, Nana, Brother & Friend. Dr./ Chief Kwa, David Whitaker PH.D; Esq. Prominent lawyer a man of integrity, honor and leadership. God fearing family man of six girls and loving wife. Best friends with the Great George C. Fraser, for over forty plus years. Owner of the Distinguished Ashe Cultural Center, in Cleveland Ohio and Chief of the Atonkwa Tribe in Ghana Africa. Hear this great leader in his own words taking on the many trials and tribulations and overcoming as a "Thursday Child" the Warrior Spirit Within to lead a Ghanaian Tribe, from fallen Chief Nana Barimi Eduakwa IV in 2000. Hear Chief David an American man with a dream and story of true Heroism!!!!
"BE THERE AND BE INSPIRED"
Our weekly football show is back with plenty to talk about.
-Adrian Peterson's heroism in the midst of unthinkable tragedy
-Houston fans cheering Matt Schaub's injury
-Washington Redskins name controversy and Bob Costa's Sunday night commentary
-How long will Tom Coughlin last in New York?
-Penn State's win over Michigan and what it says about the poor quality of the Big 10
-Who will win the Heisman?
All of this, as well as you calls, tweets and questions.
Join me at 11:30 pm ET
In episode 6 of "Objectively Speaking" Andrew Bernstein and I will be joined by Robert Begley, a writer for The Objective Standard, to discuss Steve Jobs's life and achievements.
KDSL Blog Talk Radio will talk with people and organizations working locally, domestically, and globally on innovative work related to education. Matt Langdon is a hero trainer. He teaches kids and adults how to be heroes with his Hero Construction Company programs. He is also the cofounder of the Hero Round Table, an international conference on heroism that will be happening in Genesee County at the start of November.
Adam Hartley is currently the Assistant Superintendent for Curriculum and Instruction in Swartz Creek, Michigan and the Co-Founder/Organizer of The Hero Round Table and co-moderator of #COLchat (Culture of Learning). Born and raised in Genesee County he is married to Nicole and they have three teenage children-Taylor, Adam, Cameron. He believes everyone should write their own story in life through positive deviance and taking action.
Visit http://www.heroroundtable.com for more on The Hero Round Table to be held in November 2013.
Greys atamony is killing most evil estranged men. Don't shreik in my head when I say keep out. Wonder what it would be like to see monsters in your dream world? Go away if you're scared. Talk to me online tonight at 10 P.M and also 10 A.M for a weird story of the peole of Amenta and outer space is already around the corner.
Corey and Steve invite you to tune in as they tackle some of the week's big topics in football and in life.
This week we will start the show discussing the latest Football headlines from the NFL and NCAA. From Jim Harbaugh’s verbal slap of Clay Matthews to the latest NCAA rules violation story from the SEC. Join us live and call-in as we will bring you our rough, raw, and real opinions.
At about 20 minutes into the show, we are honored to have former NFL player, Keith O’Neil as our special guest. Keith will be sharing with us the story of his tumultuous journey into and out of the NFL; from being an All-American in college, making an NFL roster as an undrafted rookie, and finally watching it all disappear because of his struggles with an undiagnosed mental illness. Keith played for the Cowboys, Colts, and Giants in his NFL career, and earned a Super Bowl ring with the Colts for Super Bowl XLI. Keith is now a public speaker, soon-to-be author, and advocate for mental health issues. Keith exemplifies the kind of courage and heroism that First & Life loves to showcase and he is giving us the exclusive interview as he goes public with his experience for the very first time.
Please don’t miss what will be a great show!
Twelve years ago, on this very day, our nation was forever changed by an epic demonstration of terrorism on our own American soil. So many lives were lost. So much of what we thought we knew about the world we live in was irrevocably altered.
But even with all the sorrow and the loss associated with September 11th, certain stories of heroism, courage, and faith emerged from the ashes of despair. These are the candles of hope that will never be extinguished.
One such story will be shared today by our good friend, Diane Reeves, owner and director of D. Reeves Productions in Dallas, TX. She and her family have their own riveting account of how the events of that day in New York have effected their lives, and how God's divine intervention protected them from certain disaster.
Tune in. You don't want to miss this!
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