Join Us for Our Next Podcast on November 2, "Seeing Beyond Our Differences" On our next episode with Mavis Karn, Judy Sedgeman, and Officer Jerry Williams, we have three guests…
"Resilience in Action: Transforming Schools, Children, Parents, and Education". with Barb Aust, Christa Campsail, and Gary Johnson
Watch Now! Airdate: Tuesday, August 31st: 1 PM (CDT) Author, Speaker, Coach, and Podcast Host Michael Neill! https://youtu.be/a3rjjc6J0zAWatch this interview with Michael Neill, Author of the Forward to Thriving in…
In this conversation, Joe Bailey and I dive deep into what it really means to thrive in the eye of the hurricane.We explore what it means to thrive. We look…
For our premiere episode Tuesday, May 18th: 1 PM (CDT) "Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane" I am honored and excited about our guest Beverley Wilson Hayes.
I'm pleased to announce a new podcast series that I will be doing soon called "Thriving in the Eye of the Hurricane," which is also the title of my new book that will be out in October.
My journey started many years ago as a young boy. i had an Aunt Millie who was a Catholic nun and was a very extraordinary spiritual person. She wasn't just a religious person. She was a truly spiritual person who we thought of as a Mother Teresa of her time in Central America.
...what he discovered was the light inside him. What do we mean by that? We could call it our resilience, could call that our spirit or soul, our true self. But that is our Essence. That’s who we are. That’s what we’re all looking for.
Father Payton encouraged all of us to volunteer to work on the Southside of Chicago with King's organization called unity and slums. So every Wednesday afternoon, we go into the Southside of Chicago, young, white seminarians going door to door trying to encourage people to join Dr. King's union
I'm grateful, especially to those who have been serving us that are first responders, frontline workers and health care. All of the people in our restaurants or grocery stores, all the people who are helping us to get through these times and take care of our physical health, our mental health and all of our needs.