In this first part of this two-part episode, Seku dives into conversation with sports analyst, Chris Broussard about the personal and professional truths Chris has learned throughout his life. From playing basketball at Oberlin College to commentating for ESPN, Chris has found Christ, found the love of his life, and figured how to balance confidence and humility in the field.
Joanna Bateman is originally from Loveland, Ohio. She's a comic, a SAG actor and an activist. She loves to say that she is emotionally available for a living. In this episode, Joanna will talk about the truths she has had to deal with in her own life that have helped her to move past, break through and become more successful.
Showing yourself in your art is a part of being creative. However, it’s not a choice that every artist chooses to make. On today's episode, Dr. Gathers talks about the OTR II concert and the music by Beyoncé and Jay-Z. Beyoncé released Lemonade in 2016 and Jay-Z released 4:44 the following year. Most recently the couple made the joint album, Everything Is Love as The Carters. The trials, tribulations, and truths about themselves and their infamous relationship are displayed throughout their music. After seeing them perform, Dr. G started to reflect, “ What does it means to be transparent in your art and how does it mean for artists to reveal their truths?” On this special episode of The Truth Prescription, we get Dr. Gathers' thoughts on the OTR II Tour and the Carters’ growth as artists.
For those of you who have been following the Truth Prescription, you may know that one of the hats I wear is a Film Maker, Writer and Director. I wrote a full length feature called, "Code Of Silence," which explores the many facets of what a Blue Lives Matter or Black Lives Matter leader would have to deal with. The point of the story is, that regardless of what we do for a living, our cultural differences and appearances, we all bleed red and we are all human beings. Joe Imperatrice is the President and Founder of Blue Lives Matter NYC - an organisation that raises awareness and money for the members of families who have lost someone whilst serving in Law Enforcement. He talks about what inspired him to become a police offer, how he started Blue Lives Matter NYC and his future plans.
On today's episode of The Truth Prescription Podcast, I flip the script and land on the other side of the microphone on with Marc Clarke, who's no stranger to this show. One thing that's been on both our minds is turning on the news or radio and hearing the tragic stories. This episode is a reflection on our thoughts on where we are at as a country in these United States. So sit back and have a listen to this special episode of The Truth Prescription.
Good People - We usually talk to one person on this podcast and we get their idea what truth is and how they've come to find this truth through the experiences in their lives. This week, I talk to two guests who discuss an approach, way of life, a science and a philosophy; Carol and David from the School of Hermetic Philosophy which was found in 1970 by Dario Salas Somer. There's over 10 branches from all of the world and David and Carol are two members of the New York Branch and we talk about their upcoming seminar on July 14th, "How Men and Women can Evolve." For more information go to www.lighthouseworkshops.com
This guest is no stranger to media - he's be featured on NBC News, CBS' The Doctors and Dr Oz - Dr David Greuner is the Managing Director and Co-Founder of NYC Surgical Associates. As a new guy coming out of college, he found his niche which he has now been able to turn into a lucrative business. We talk about his truth around suffering and satisfaction and how it's paved the way to his current success.
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Michelle Marie Sorro is a TV host on EXTRA, an author and a lifestyle strategist. Her lively, unfiltered and heart-centered podcast The Mindset Mashup actually launches today. She aims to bring people closer to their best life through her podcast, and she invites inspirational guests who provide tips that can elevate your life, business, and relationships. Originally born in Oak Harbor, Washington, Michelle we hear about her story from how she went to UCLA to obtain a Broadcast Journalism degree to 20 years later hosting shows on HSN and currently one of the hosts on the TV Show Extra. In this episode, we hear about Michelle's truth about her shame around smoking, her belief in investing in yourself and how she wants to unveil the belief systems that we have to shield us from being our authentic selves.
He's the first medical Doctor we've had this season and he's from the same college I went to; Morgan State University or Maximum Skills University as I like to call it. Dr Kevin Simon opens up about the truth he learnt that he was in fact good at what he does. As a physician of color, doubt can easily creep in. Currently he's a Psychiatry Resident at Grady Hospital. Yesterday, he just announced on Instagram that he and his wife are expecting a baby. There's a lot of truth to his journey and I can't wait to share it with you in this special holiday weekend Truth Prescription.
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Born in Manchester, England, Deborah Goodwin is a New York based writer, director and filmmaker, not to mention an award winner for Best Screenplay at the Urbanworld Festival for her family drama, "Cherrys," with her first feature film "Vampires in Venice" making its sales debut at Cannes Market 2011.
Recently, she wrote and directed the modern western film The Pastor starring Franky G, Victoria Cartagena and Ismael Cruz Cardova.
We talk about:
- How sometimes you have to strip yourself away from your ego to serve the purpose of a story or film
- When to allow yourself to let go from what you've become attached to
- Being a professor at a college in Brooklyn
You can connect with Deborah through:
Femme Fatale Group in NYC.
As a filmmaker, actor and fellow creative, I've admired this guy from afar for quite some time now. He's a true hustler and knowledgeable about all things film.
The legend himself, Alex Ferrari joins The Truth Prescription Podcast and even though he served me some truth about my geographical location. He's an author, filmmaker and fellow podcaster who lives in Los Angeles (but we won't hold that against him, will we), and I'm so honoured to have him on The Truth Prescription.
Good People. It's the first Episode of Season 2 of The Truth Prescription Podcast. And we promised you more stories, more truth this time around. Our first guest, Dr. Chris Zaino isn’t your traditional type of medical professional. He works as a chiropractor in Texas but his purpose goes well beyond his practices in the medical field.
But it’s what he does outside of his day job. The ins and out--the obstacles and hurdles; the TRUTHS outside of the workplace that led him to come into his own truth.
Now, a frequent speaker, podcaster, and influencer in his field, Dr Zaino is about empowering others to live a heroic life.
In a special Truth Prescription episode; reformatted for your eyes so you can really hear the truth of Chris' story.