An 11-year veteran of professional baseball, Matt Hagen is in his fourth season in the Texas Rangers farm system, entering his third year as a manager. He’s a loving husband, a handyman, a man of many travels, and a man of faith.
Start the bar high, and raise it.
Stretch yourself, so much you can't take it.
Stories of people pushing themselves like never before.
This episode’s guest is Jason Antalek, also known as Akashaman. He is a spiritual teacher, international speaker, internet TV show host and akashic record reader, based in Littleton, Colorado. Jason's passion is connecting people with their superpowers and how to apply those skills in daily life to overcome and excel past any obstacles.
Visit Jason at https://thespiritualhandyman.com/
Please meet Luci McMonagle. A person of influence, talk show host and international bestselling author of Magical Money Manifestations, she is known for her ability to get people unstuck and open pathways that were closed prior.
Encorging you to replace panic with self awareness, commitment, and confidence.
Stories of those who used those attributes to say goobye to their anxieties.
Brought to you by the Public Speakers Association- with Tonya Hofmann.
Stick To Your Principles
Stories of those who have stuck to their principles, found like people, and have enjoyed meaningful, lasting, relationships.
TO THE ROOT OF IT ALL
Lucas grew up in the small town of Enid, Oklahoma - where he lived on a farm with his grandmother, mother, and 2 older brothers. Since he sang “God Bless America” at 18 months old, he has shared his voice at everything from pow-wows to funerals, and used it to express his Christian Faith, Native-American Roots, and to maintain strong relationships and fight bullying. Some of Lucas’s songs that reflect these sentiments are “Maybe Jesus Was a Cowboy,” “Little Hearts Break too,” and “Face Of a Friend.” We’ll begin part 2 of this interview with a track off his latest album “RAINMAKER” called “SPRINGFIELDS” in which Lucas soulfully connects to his Native American heritage.
Talented Singer/Songwriter Lucas Ciliberti is only 18. He is the youngest winner of the "DEBUT ARTIST OF THE YEAR AWARD" - for the Native American Music Awards (Native American Grammy's). Lucas's Music video SPRINGFIELDS was selected to be in the Top 6 for Video of the Year, and the title track from his newest Album - RAINMAKER, was nominated for Country Song of the Year as well. Lucas was given a very special gift. What people love about his music is that it gives them peace and hope, and makes them SMILE! Some songs will take you to another place - another time - where you can even imagine yourself "in the songs" - forgetting for a few minutes, all about your stress and obligations.
Special mini-sode update with student, songwriter, and recording artist Donovan Russo.
HIS "THE SPEED OF LIGHT" JULY SHOW DATES
- July 5th- Rock N Joe’s of Milburn @ 830pm
- July 9th- River Grille, @9pm
- July 12th- Bareburger, Montclair @6pm
- July 19th- Rock N Joe’s of Milburn @830pm
- July 21st- RSR Rest Stop Rejuvenate, Rockaway @8pm
- July 26th- Tierney’s Tavern, Montclair @830pm
- July 27th- Boxwood Coffee, Booton @8pm
For more information, contact Donovan at http://donovanrusso.com/