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StraightTalk with Ted Santos

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More than ever: men are experiencing frustrations with women. The rules of yesterday have quickly changed, and men are unsure how to approach or establish happiness in love relationships with women. Unfortunately, there is no platform for men to come together to discuss these challenges. Ted Santos and Blair Nash have created a platform to fill that void in society. It’s rare for men to have a platform that allows them to discuss life challenges – love, work, and family. Instead, as it’s a learned behavior, most men keep many of their concerns bottled inside. By creating a live call-in radio show through the Internet, ‘Straight Talk’ is a place where men can openly speak about their personal concerns and receive feedback from two professionals – Ted and Blair. Ted Santos is an executive coach and advisor to CEOs of middle market companies. His expertise is also to transform corporate culture. ‘Straight Talk’, which will be broadcast every Sunday from 7:00pm-9:00pm, is a live show. Callers will be coached to find real time solutions to meeting women, dating, relationship challenges or problems in the workplace.

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