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Join Shay and Dominique for "Honesty Hours" The hot new show catering to our audience for a place to be honest and have a soothing release. Want them to answer one of your questions that you need advice on? Dm us at @imprintedsoulsr on twitter and facebook is www.facebook.com/imprintedsouls
Stephen P. Tryon “holds a B.S. from West Point and an M.A. in philosophy from Stanford University. He served as a soldier in the United States army for 21 years. At the end of his army career, he served as a legislative fellow for Senator Max Cleland, as well as a legislative assistant to the senior general at army headquarters in the Pentagon.
More recently, Tryon has worked as a Senior VP of Human Resources and International Business at Overstock.com. He has spent four years managing logistics and five years managing human resources and international business. Stephen P. Tryon is the author of Accountability Citizenship.
According to the book description of Accountability Citizenship, it “explains how we can restore accountability in government by accepting our personal accountability for some simple tasks we must do as individual citizens living in the age of information. The book is non-partisan. Readers are asked only to agree on the very basics—that the government of the United States is supposed to represent the people of the United States.
The author makes a compelling case that changes in our information distribution technologies and business models discourage effective political participation by citizens. In the early days of our republic, information distribution was based on newspapers—subscription-based and geographically aligned with the representative structure of Congress. Over the past forty years, deregulation of television and radio along with the information technology revolution have disrupted this alignment. But we can restore accountability through the three steps of accountability citizenship: being appropriately positive, appropriately informed and appropriately engaged.”
Hour1: Are Unrealistic Expectations the Problem in Most Marriages? Do we get ourselves in to trouble in our marriages coming in with Unrealistic Expectations?
Hour2: Is Honesty Always the Best Policy in a Relationship? Or have you found it to be over rated?
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Join us as we discuss owning your accountability in the Trans* community.
We discuss the discrimination within the transgender female to male community, self-hatred, marriage equality, transgender in the military, transgender healthcare,support groups and dysphoria of gender and body.
**Please note this episode may contain sensitive subject matter and possibly not suitable for all audiences.**
Tonight Nathan Jamelle McMillian NBA player and Assistant Coach joins me to talk about the power of truth, honesty and Intergrity in our relationships. McMillan, who along with Ty Abbott and Rihards Kuksiks won a school-record 80 games in their four years at ASU (2007-11), is entering his second season in the NBA.
Together we will explore this topic and find out if... this is an unrealistic expectation from partners? Can you transform your life by telling the truth? Can we stop pretending in relationships? What does it take to have honest, open straight forward conversation?
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