Andy shares episode 3 of season 1 of his podcast, focusing on the fact that this pivotal episode really represents his story and his legacy, he wants to remember that part of his life when the dream was just forming. This episode gives an in-depth insight into the struggles he encountered, and the decisions he had to make in order to overcome those struggles, it grips your attention and promises to inspire your transformation; additionally, he sings the impossible dream.
This episode is also available as a blog post: https://andyspersonaldevelopment.wordpress.com/2021/12/16/we-are-better-together/ — Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/andy-charles8/message
I’m a podcaster, business coach, life coach, speaker, writer, etc. Having spent twenty years in corporate and then making an abrupt exit after our 16-year old son was stabbed and nearly lost his life, I decided to dedicate my life to helping others reach their full potential. As such, I started a podcast (Almost Enlightened), opened up a coaching business (also under the Almost Enlightened banner), began an educational company called Promonoise, and a writing company, among other ventures.
While I try my utmost to stay clear of political and religious arguments, it is extremely difficult not to say several prayers on behalf of the people of Ukraine, and consider with some compassion, the great discomfort, and displacements they have suddenly been made to experience. An invasion of its borders and sovereign soil is currently underway, and there seems to be no apparent reason or explanation; except for that which was brought forward by the Russian President about his country’s rights to territories in the name of cleansing pro-nazi policies. What is my humble opinion I think he is wary of, is the desire of the Ukrainian people, to extend their pro-western policies to embrace the tenets of Democracy. Additionally, he appears to be obsessed with the fact that his nation and by extension its history, was badly hurt by the removal of Independent States moving out of the purview of the former Soviet Union. I dare wonder if he realizes that he is on the wrong side of history and that most of these nations; maybe with the exception of Belarus, are currently enjoying and are basking in their independent developments!
Then there is another train of thought; Ukraine is rich in minerals such as iron, coal, titanium, and other non-metallic raw materials. It’s the leading nation when it comes to reserves of titanium, iron, and non-metallic raw materials. Not to mention; natural gas, as a result, makes it one of the richest industrial-based nations in the world, this would be a huge shot in the arm of any nation that can by any means necessary, control such troves of natural wealth. Whatever the argument is or the rationale, the fact that this move was unprecedented in the absence of provocation from the Ukrainians should not have taken place. The time has come for International Justice to take control of this debacle, there is no other solution than to put an end to the invasion and its already crippling effects. However, the powers that be are cautious not to invoke or provoke another World war; the world is in no condition to deal with that outcome now, we are still in recovery mode from Covid. We are still coming to terms with a new way of life; a new norm, and many nations are still working on economical and social recovery, how do we stop this monstrosity without fanning the flames of what appears to be an insatiable appetite for confrontation? The Russian president basically telling the world to back off or else; this behavior seems to lack common sense, a sense of world awareness, and borders on some level of madness. The entire world’s economy can be affected if certain sanctions and measures are taken, and so whilst the people fight for their survival and independence, we must find common sense and practical means to assist and support their efforts, now is the time for sanity and sound minds to prevail. No one knows what the final outcome will be, but what we do know is that the current situation requires swift and concise action to deter or cease the unwarranted aggression. To curtail the damage that has already been done, and to bring some semblance of normalcy to the lives of the people in Ukraine, we must be our brother’s keeper, we must work feverishly to dismantle any belief that this can be accepted as normal and sought to be replicated anytime again in the future.
Hi, my name is Brian Arnold. I was a former Mafia-trained card shark making millions of dollars before the age of 24. That was back in 1974. I fell into a deep depression, drugs, alcohol, self-destruction, and suicide.
I had a very powerful spiritual experience and was instantly delivered from my addictions, deep depression, and self-destruction of suicide. I was delivered From the kingdom of darkness into the Kingdom of Light without becoming religious!
I have my own radio talk show here in Las Vegas, and I do very successful TV commentating on mental health issues because I’ve been through it all.
Jeff Rasley is the author of thirteen books; the most recent is America’s Existential Crisis: Our Inherited Obligation to Native Nations. He has published numerous articles in academic and mainstream periodicals, including Newsweek, Chicago Magazine, ABA Journal, Family Law Review, The Journal of Communal Societies, and Friends Journal. Rasley has engaged in social activism and philanthropic efforts from an early age. In high school, he co-founded the Goshen Walk for Hunger. In law school, he was an advocate for renters’ rights as the leader of the first rent strike in Indiana, and he served as a lobbyist and president of the Indianapolis Tenants Association. As an attorney for the Legal Services organization, he was lead counsel on two class-action suits on behalf of prisoners which resulted in judgments requiring the construction of two new jails in Central Indiana. Jeff founded free legal clinics at two inner-city churches. He was the lead plaintiff in a class action requiring the clean-up of the White River after it was polluted by an industrial chemical spill. He spent five days working for NOLA Habitat for Humanity post Katrina.
A maternal pull as old as time – a Grammy wanting to hold her newborn grandbaby – invites readers to take a journey into an unbelievable ordeal. The ‘authorities’ in a small town in BC have apprehended her newborn grandchild. What Tina, her daughter, the baby’s mother, and grandpapa go through is the most stressful ordeal a family can endure. Her book Fancy Prison will surely make you cry. It may even make you laugh. But make no mistake. What you learn in the end will make your head shake in utter shock and disbelief. The most shocking of all is that this is a true story.?
AUTHOR OF “FANCY PRISON” AND PUBLIC SPEAKER
I teach you how to access the best of who and what you are. I teach you how to discover and trust a level of insight and inner wisdom that is already innately yours. And I show you how to decrease your stress and struggle while vastly increasing fulfillment in every aspect of your life.
The highest levels of leaders are extraordinarily conscious, self-aware people. They aren’t only focused on themselves but are focused on how to support everyone, including their families, their team members, and the people they buy from and sell to. Ultimately, they are focused on lasting social and environmental change.