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  • 00:37

    Episode 1: Frankie Picasso

    in Spirituality

    The Unstoppable Frankie Picasso is the Founder &  Host of The Good Radio Network, a socially conscious radio network Professional Certified Life, Business and Master Coach Trainer, Self Help Author of best seller- Midlife Mojo-How to Get Through the Midlife Crisis and Emerge as Your True Self as well as  No Bull Allowed- How to Lose the Losers and Lasso in Love.
    Frankie is a Philanthropist in training, an Advocate for Socially Consciousness Planet and an who just happens to specialize in the Impossible!

    In 2003, Frankie was in a horrific motorcycle accident that changed her life. After breaking both femurs, hip, pelvis she spent 6 months in the hospital learning to walk again. During her time in the hospital, she was let go from her job, was divorced by  her husband, her Blues band dropped her as their drumher and  she missed out ( after training for months) to  travel and race with her team, The Canadian National Seniors Dragonboat Team, who were leaving for  ShangHai in just 8 days from the day of her accident. Three days after coming home from the hospital, her beloved dog died and 2 weeks later, the rod in her leg broke leaving her to walk on a broken leg for a year until she could get surgery.




  • 00:17

    Quise Picasso

    in Entertainment

    For this another episode of the show. I have a special guest who goes  by the name of Quise Picasso who's a Hip-Hip Artist/Songwriter/Radio Personality, and more

  • 01:00

    Ms. Buntricia Bastian- The Picasso of Makeup.... Tune in!!

    in Women

    For more than 3 decades International Master Educator, Buntricia Bastian, has been making the world over, one face at a time. Unable to be described by just one word, this multi-talented makeup maven is a master educator, celebrity makeup artist, and hair stylist and is passionate about sharing her wisdom and experience with others. She has been an educator in the beauty industry for more than thirty years and is currently the corporate trainer for Sandals and Beaches Resorts & Spas worldwide. Buntricia has trained and taught tens of thousands of professionals and students both in the United States and abroad. She was the former director of The Arnold Padricks School of Cosmetology in Atlanta, Georgia and the Director of Education at Dudley Beauty College in Washington, DC. A straight talker, Buntricia challenges students to be smart about their business and to know their worth, whether they're just starting out or are established professionals. Her vast work experience has afforded her many opportunities, including working at the White House, television and movie projects and for various magazines. A sought after speaker, trainer, & educator, Buntricia Bastian is more than just that which appears on her resume. This ever evolving entrepreneur is the true epitome of the new millennium woman with even greater accomplishments on the horizon.

  • 00:57

    What you need to know now to make sure You and Your Children are safe.

    in Culture

    It's every mother's nightmare. Injured. Alone, with your baby and unable to get help. This near tragic experience motivated a young entreprenurial mother, Violet Alexandre, to create a personal safety app for the world. Don't miss this episode "I Changed the World" with Frankie Picasso. It might just save your life or the life of someone you love. Live this Thursday, October 8th at 1:00 pm EDT



  • 01:00

    Dad Makes Wheel Chair Bound KIDS COOL for Halloween

    in Culture

    Ryan Weimer is on a Mission and its to make sure that kids in Wheelchairs have an unforgettable experience at Halloween. His organization, Magic Wheelchair is a nonprofit that makes epic Halloween costumes for children in wheelchairs

    I say EPIC, I mean EPIC!!! There will not be a kid big or small who will not be envious of the amazing, incredible, imaginative and spectacular costumes Ryan builds at  Magic Wheelchair, transforming wheelchairs into AWESOMNESS and at no expense to their families. The costumes are only limited by Imagination and we all know imaginations can be LIMITLESS, RIGHT?

    Each year, children ( with their parents permission ) submit a one to 3 minute video explaining to the organization what they want to be for Halloween and why they should be chosen to receive a costume.

    Out of all the submissions, five kids are chosen to receive an incredible costume that is guaranteed to put a smile on their face.

    So, how did this come about? Ryan Weimer and his wife have five children, 2 of whom have SMA, Spinal Muscular Atrophy, making it impossible for them to walk. Sadly two others passed from this disease, however In 2008, when Ryan’s  eldest child Keaton received his first wheelchair, his father asked him what he wanted to be for Halloween? Keaton answered, "A Pirate"

    This is where it all started. Like any parent Ryan wanted to please  his kids so he made an AMAZING Pirate ship. Ryan wanted his kids to be seen as superstars, not someone to be pitied.

  • A Celebration of Woman Foundation- with Catherine Anne Clark

    in Culture

    Please join Frankie Picasso on Thursday, September 17th at 1:00 pm EDT when my guest is Catherine Anne Clark, founder of  A Celebration of Women™ which is the first and only global advocacy organization where Women Leaders are being ‘celebrated’ for spearheading positive philanthropic action collectively on one central stage, the world hub.

    Armed with over thirty years experience as an entrepreneur, with a history ranging from hospitality, financial planning, global commodity trade, manufacturing, child care, senior care and of course – motherhood, Catherine now acts as advocate for the Women of our World, celebrating the milestones of achievement of our world’s women leaders working on the front lines creating positive change in all areas of life.

    Catherine Anne a mother of four herself, has devoted 24/7 to this mission since that auspicious day in October 2009, after two years of research into the study of women’s activities, challenges and successes globally.

    On September 20th, 2015,  just a few short days away, Catherine Anne will be promoting and hosting The World Peace Summit 2015 -‘Character & Culture … are an Inside Job!’

    This event features many inspiring woman hosting workshops throughout a full day, and will include viewing the Documentary FEMME- Woman healing the World featuring Sharon Stone, Maria Bello, Maryanne Williamson, Gloria Steinham and as a special treat, the Filmmaker himself, Emmanuel Itier will be attending and hosting a Q & A

  • Social Innov8tion with Neetal Parekh

    in Culture

    Please join host Frankie Picasso for The Good Radio Network on Thursday September 3rd at 10:30 am EDT, when my guest is Neetal Parekh, Founder, CEO of Innov8Social. Neetal  is a Master Story teller, experienced communicator, with a specialty in social enterprise, startups, social media strategy, writing/blogging, and public speaking.  

    Today, Social entrepreneurs are the new breed of business owners. They are driven by business but also conscious of social impact and this is where Neetal shines.  Her company works with Entrepreneurs, companies and Individuals to help each reach their impact potential. With over a decade of experience in corporate, education, nonprofit, government, and social enterprise settings, Neetal holds a B.A. in International Political Science from UCLA, where she interned at the U.S. Consulate in Mumbai, India.  She also pursued her interest in international work through volunteering in rural India and studying public human rights law in Geneva and Strasbourg. Neetal holds a J.D. ( Juris Doctorate) and is licensed to practice law in Washington

    As you can see, Neetal is scary smart but she is also creative, innovative, exciting and she is NOW one of The Good Radio’s new strategic partners and I am SO happy to welcome her to  TEAM GOOD!

    Neetal is a  passionate advocate for social entrepreneurship and impact innovation, and believes that this field empowers us to creatively re-imagine how businesses and individuals can create meaningful impact and lasting value.

    If you would like to understand the growing social impact sector to incorporate into your business or are considering starting a impact venture in the future, then you will definitely want to join in the conversation .

    So..What has led YOU to intersection of Impact and Whatever it is that you DO?

  • 01:05

    Gay's PSA

    in Self Help

    Cuffing Season, Part 1

    This week, I will discuss the change in dynamics during the months when loneliness is amplified and the hunt for Mr. or Mrs. Right is intensified. I will have Dr. Picasso Nelson, who is also a pastor, on the show with me to help us shed some light on what goes on during this time of the year. Feel free to call in with your questions and comments. The call in number is: 917-932-1078.

  • 00:52

    Calling ALL Brothers- with Pastor AJ Johnson

    in Culture

    Please join host Frankie Picasso on Thursday, September, 24th at 1:oo pm EDT when her guest is Pastor Ashley Johnson (A.J),  a 30 yr old  dynamo whose unique combination of faith, passion, zeal and devotion  have put him at the forefront of change and established him as a  leader who is willing to take on the advancement and development of the Greater Hartford community.

    One of the ways AJ is leading change, is to reform the perception and stereotypical image that comes to the minds of most black men when they see themselves portrayed in the media today, which is most often in the form of a mugshot or a hashtag.

    These dominant and pervasive images provoke an inescapable infection on the nation's psyche; an imprint that distills the identity of black men to nothing more than "dangerous" and "uneducated."

    His call to action was to join forces with Public Health attorney DeVaughn Ward and create a group they named, 'CALLING ALL BROTHERS' !

    AJ and DeVaugn needed to create a paradigm shift that would change and shape future generations for success.
    So on August 25th, they did what any educated black man would do, they gathered 100 of the best and brightest Brothers together, and asked them to dress for work, and come down to Martin Luther Jr. Elementary School to greet the kids on their first day of school. In attendance were lawyers, judges, CEOs, dentists and doctors; who were waiting to give the kids HIGH FIVE's as they got off the school buses.

    Why? "All these kids see is homicide after homicide," says Pastor AJ Johnson, who is also a community organizer and pastor at Urban Hope Refuge Church.

     "We can't wait for somebody to come and help us. Nobody is going to ride in on a white horse to change the hood. We have to do it." Says AJ Johnson,


    in Culture

    Please join host Frankie Picasso for a very special show on Thursday August 27th when my guest is Police Constable Gareth Ward who is campaigning diligently to help his super hero buddy, 5 year old Luke Brewer and family fly to America where Luke will be treated for cancer in October.

    Luke was recently diagnosed with Rabdomysocoma, a type of sarcoma that attacks connective tissue and usually hits children 1 to 5 years old.  As treatment is unavailable in the UK, Luke and his family need to come to the USA and the course of therapy will take 7 weeks.

    Gareth hopes to raise enough to bring the family for treatment and have a little left over to send Luke to Disneyland as a special treat for the brave little man.  

    To date, Gareth has been able to raise a little over £1000, but this is still a long way off the target of £2000 he needs.

    In addition to the Go Fund ME site:     http://gofundme.com/lukethesuperhero     Gareth is also planning to raise money by participating in a 9bar9x9 running event in Luke’s name. This is an 81km endurance run held in Guildford, Kent, UK, on 10 October and Gareth will be running it in full police gear weighing approximately 42 lbs. In addition to all of this, Gareth also designed some amazing super hero wrist bands that are also a fund raiser and can be purchased on Facebook by going to https://www.facebook.com/permalink.php?story_fbid=427589130758195&id=232219716961805

    Please join us to help raise money for Luke and CALL US to send your POSITIVE MESSAGES of LOVE to Luke who I know will listen to the show and love to hear your words of encouragement.

  • 01:01

    Christina Fast -A STERILE Approach to Health Care in West Africa

    in Culture

    Please join host Frankie Picasso this Thursday, August 13th at 1:00 pm EDT on The Good Radio Network when she is joined by her guest, Christina Fast,  an incredible young Canadian woman who founded SPECTrust, ‘Sterile Processing Education Charitable Trust’). The trust  which that was established to support education related to effective sterile processing and infection control practices in hospitals and clinics in developing countries such as Guinea, Sierra Leone, Congo and Madagascar.

    Christina first went to West Africa in 2011 when she volunteered to be an OR Sterilizer for Mercy Ships Canada. While on board, she was able to teach to some crew as a well as local staff  the International course on Sterilization that she was currently delivering in Calgary.

    Curious about the local hospital, Christina asked these nurses if they would take her to visit the local hospital to view their sterilization setup. She almost wished she hadn’t. ‘

    Not only were their sterilization techniques unsanitary, “They had a few drum sterilizers that had been broken for an unknown length of time.” says Christina, but the infection rates post surgery were like 90% compared to the hospital where Christina worked was 0.03% surgically related infection rate.

    Touring that hospital, Christina realized at that moment that she hadn't been called to Africa to serve onboard, but to be a voice for this unseen and so crucially important area of the hospitals.”

    Since that visit, Christina has developed more training, and continues to volunteer sterilization techniques in collaboration with the African Mercy.

    Through a government grant, Christina has been able to purchase Pressure Cookers that she brings to hospitals and medical centres throughout West Africa in an attempt to increase the sterility of their instruments.

    Stay tuned to hear her story.