On this off-the-wall, “banter” show of Success Freaks, we twist and turn from topic to topic as the Buttercups bounce questions and comments off Mordant & McFall. Learn to be yourself while you are pursuing your dreams, combat bullying with superhero finesse, and receive advice on how to keep your plate full without biting off more than you can chew. Be sure to listen through to the On Beyond section – you won’t want to miss the healthy dose of geekdom while we discuss many of the current nerd world problems we are encountering. [Read more…]
Have you ever felt like you just laid down and let the world run you over? Have you ever been the person who runs everyone over? Are you a Demanding Diva!? Mordant & McFall share stories about finding the balance between getting what you want and feeling good about standing your ground.
On this episode of Success Freaks, McFall enjoys this opening way more than most. (No… we don’t know what that means either.) Mordant & McFall talk about pushing back so much that YOU become the bully. The boys advise on how to handle that bully at work. In the Level Up section We learn how to stand up for ourselves… but, be nice! And in On Beyond, 3 ways to deal with the Divas. [Read more…]
An injured Gangplank-Studios Mordant (he bit his tongue) begins the show with some gringo-with-a-lisp Spanish, while Monticello-Bear’s-Den McFall makes us laugh at his growing pains with “Chaos & Coffee in the Mornings.”
Our podcasting/talk radio Divas use laughter to introduce us to a very somber subject and touch on some very important points to help us get past the difficult times.
If you’ve ever felt left out…if you’ve ever been bullied or picked on…if you’ve ever felt different and like you were all alone in your plight, THIS is the show for you! The chat room was filled with people sharing their difficult memories, DaDenMan, Kamori, and Othoron called in with their thoughts and both Mordant & McFall talked about the things they went through growing up. Although we can all laugh at them now, everyone agrees that it was hard at the time. However, everyone also acknowledged that IT definitely does GET BETTER and that YOU ARE NOT ALONE!
***T. Harv Eker