5 Ways To Measure True Success

John Foster Dulles said, “The measure of success is not whether you have a tough problem to deal with, but whether it’s the same problem you had last year.” How often do we find ourselves facing the same problems over and over again? Or repeating the same New Year’s resolutions year after year? Does that…

How to Demolish All of Your Excuses

In this episode of the Podcast, we meet Ashley Norton, an incredible woman who is on a mission to make Ironman history. Despite battling a multitude of physical challenges, including six heart surgeries and having two pacemakers, she has not let these obstacles define her. Join us as we delve into Norton’s inspiring journey and discover how she plans to become the first woman with these conditions, as well as multiple sclerosis, to compete in the upcoming Ironman World Championship.

Host Roy Ice and Norton delve into the topics of physical activity, extreme sports, and overcoming disabilities. This episode of the Podcast is a testament to the power of determination and serves as an inspiration for those who may feel limited by disabilities. Tune in to hear Norton’s incredible journey and gain the hope and motivation to live life without fear or self-imposed restrictions.

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Living with Bipolar Disorder with Maurice Benard and Dr. Gary Small

Are you tired of letting all the negativity around you affect your positivity? Maurice Benard knows all about how to reframe the bad into the good, your favorite bad boy, multiple daytime Emmy and Soap Opera Digest Award winner known for his role as Sonny Corinthos on General Hospital. We’re also joined by Behavioral Health Physician in Chief, Dr. Gary Small, to discuss what it’s like living with bipolar disorder.


Make Your Dreams Come True!

As kids, we all had big dreams of what our lives would be like when we grew up.  We wanted to be astronauts, doctors, actors, and more.  We wanted to explore the world, make a difference, and achieve something great. We believed that anything was possible and that we could make our dreams come true!…


Six Pathways Integrity

Warren Buffet once said, “In looking for people to hire, look for three qualities: Integrity, intelligence and energy. And if they don’t have the first, the other two will kill you.”  Even if we’re not looking to hire someone, what he said about integrity applies to most situations and relationships.  Defining integrity can be daunting…but…

Lifestyle #3303

From Discrimination to Wonder Years with Richard Gant

Have you ever found yourself in a toxic environment? Sometimes it’s difficult to escape the negativity that constantly surrounds us, but today’s guest is here to tell us how he’s learned to rise above negative environments in order to bring good into the world. From his roles as Don King-esque George Washington Duke in Rocky V, Owen Sr. in Men of a Certain Age, and Granddaddy Clisby in the remake of The Wonder Years, he is one of the most recognizable faces in the business. Sharing his story today is actor, writer, producer, and author, Richard Gant.


5 Ways To Boost Emotional Growth

Emotional maturity is understanding your feelings and wisely applying that understanding in your life.  People with emotional maturity are good at handling difficult situations calmly and in a non-inflammatory manner. Emotionally mature people know when to reach out for help or acknowledge they need a break to avoid burning out.  This level of self-awareness is…

Why You Should Ditch the S.A.D. Diet

In this episode of the Podcast title, host Roy Ice talks with Denise Stegall, the CEO and Curator at Living Healthy List and author of the international best-seller “Healthy Living, Happy Life”. Stegall shares valuable insights on how individuals can achieve a healthy and happy life by incorporating simple practices, including our food choices and adding healthy lifestyle principles into our daily routines, offering flexibility for a personalized journey that suits each individual. Tune in to gain practical knowledge and inspiration for living your best life.


Healthy Coping For Traumatic Events

Traumatic events can trigger powerful feelings like anxiety, stress, nervousness, sadness, anger, and more.  There are many kinds of trauma. It can be personal, like an assault or abuse, or a global crisis, like a natural disaster, a pandemic, or even war.  Trauma takes an emotional and mental toll. But the good news is that…

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