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Matthew Grant sits down with SMASH Wrestling's Director of Production Alan Taylor to talk about a wide variety of topics discussing the 2014 for the promotion. Topics that are discussed in the interview include the venue changes that have gone on & why they have gone on, the reason behind SMASH running the same dates as WWE PPV's up until recently along with the reasoning behind their first Saturday card coming up in February, working with & booking such talent as AJ Styles, Kevin Steen (Owens), the Young Bucks, Kyle O'Reilly, Michael Elgin, Rich Swann, Matt Cross & others, the concepts behind SMASHTV, CANUSA Classic + others & what SMASH wants them to grow to be in the future & MUCH more in this 2 hour tell all interview on the history of SMASH Wrestling.
Chad Robichaux leads Serving California’s Might Oaks Warrior program – which treats soldiers, vets and their families who are suffering from PTSD. Chad served 8 tours in Afghanistan (Special Forces), he received the Medal of Valor for her service in law enforcement, he has his PhD, his MBA, he’s a pastor, a best selling author and a professional MMA Fighter. He has an amazing life, but most of all, he and his family are dedicated to sharing their story of their struggle with PTSD – and how Chad has survived. There is a terrible statistic right now – 23 Vets and/or soldiers commit suicide each day. Their is currently an 80-90% divorce rate among soldiers. Chad’s Mighty Oaks Warrior program is a faith-based program that is endorsed by the military – they don’t use any medications – and they are honored to show that there are no suicides and no divorces from any soldiers who have gone through their program.
The topic of the night was ADVENT. Yes we looked at the words associated with this time: Hope, Love, Joy and Peace, but more importantly we talked about those words and the anticipation of the 2nd coming of our Savior. Scripture included Matthew 25:1-13 and Luke 2.
Today as I relaunch the podcast, I am going to take a look at the music and testimony of Rich Mullins, along with what is going on in at EdBoston.com. It is exciting for me to be back doing shows here on Blog Talk Radio.
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When you do something wrong, make a mistake, or say something that you know you shouldn’t have, do you immediately admit you were wrong, or do you practice avoidance, or even make excuses and rationalize your behavior? A lot of us, whether we admit it or not, fall into the latter category.
Many times, we knowingly do something wrong, or act in a manner that does not show us in our best light, and either because of embarrassment, or that we are simply head strong, we begin to rationalize our behaviors. We convince ourselves that it was the situation, or the actions of another, that caused us to behave in the way that we did. And if that hadn’t happened, we wouldn’t have said, or did, what we said or did. We give ourselves a free pass. We’re not wrong. We were provoked. Thus we were justified in our actions or our words.
In this podcast we will look at how our inability to admit when we are wrong is more of a sign of weakness than strength. We will learn that taking personal responsibility not only lifts a huge emotional weight off of our shoulders, it also tends to improve our relationships.
in Self Help
Do you tend to focus on the negative aspects of life? Are you more of a pessimist, or what some call a realist, more than an optimist? Many of us live our lives in various levels of fear and those fears color how we see the world. And negativity is one of the ways our minds attempt to protect us from those things we are afraid of. Negativity steers us away from taking chances and from uncertainties. But all of this comes at a price. And the cost is our failure to live the lives we truly desire, and being the person who we've always imagined ourselves being.
In this podcast we will be looking at how negativity has an overall negative affect on our lives and how we go about recognizing it in ourselves and then beginning to challenge it.
Welcome to the Barbershop Podcast where our panel will discuss Black Entertainment, Culture, Sports, and Politics from a Young G's Perspective. Any topic that is fair game in the Barbershop is fair game in our shop.
In this episode our panel will discuss Floyd Mayweather's legacy, his 2015 plans, and what the Canelo HBO and Al Haymon deals mean for Boxing moving forward.
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