Today we turn the “mic” towards you, the listeners, to find out what questions you have been dying to ask. The topic of discussion varies from parenting to Valentine’s Day and quite a few things in between. We would like to do this kind of show once a month. That’s where you come in. Throughout the month email us the questions and concerns you are encountering in your daily lives. Don’t be shy. We will use these questions as well as the interactive chat room during the live broadcast to help you and ourselves be awesome. Don’t believe us? Fair enough. Then, sit back, give a listen and decide for yourself!
In the light of the decisions made by the Supreme Court recently, the need for better communication has made itself readily apparent. Mordant & McFall discuss interactions they had as a result miscommunication about these decisions. They then chat about how to get the results you desire by communicating better. Things even get a little heated towards the end in the On Beyond section.
On this episode of Success Freaks, Mordant & McFall address the decisions made by the Supreme Court of the United States and how that affects communication. They discuss the meaning of the show as well as Charles’ controversial Facebook post. Charles covers the “Why?” of the controversy and Mordant explains “Echo Chambers.” In the Level Up section we tell you to take responsibility for your message and that you need more controversy in your life. And in On Beyond, it gets heated, educational, and very fun. [Read more…]
Have you ever been guilty of not being able to read your mate’s mind? Have you ever accused your special someone of not predicting & meeting your needs fast enough? Sound silly? Whether spouse, best friend, or business associate, we’ve all fallen to one side or the other of the You-Should-Know-Without-Me-Having-to-Tell-You line of thinking. Oddly enough, though quite damaging to any relationship, this is a problem that is easily remedied. All you have to do is…
Say What You Want [Read more…]
Often, in days of yore, marriages were arranged and families were brought together for the purpose of uniting countries, tribes, and wealth. It was business. Now, more often, we come together for love. People are surprised to find that, to have a successful relationship—whether it be married with children or just practicing—you must quickly master the Family Business
Both Mordant & McFall have been going through some changes in their households and way of living. McFall has a new baby (his fourth)—which means sleeping schedules are different, there are more mouths to feed, and finances have taken a turn. Mordant has a new girlfriend—which means sleeping schedules are different, there are more mouths to feed, and finances have taken a turn. For these and other reasons, they have decided to look into the business of having a family and what all that might mean.
Join them in exploring the meaning of Bills, Babies, & Budgets. In this time of couples coming together, both of you must look at where you are (Bills), where you’re going (Babies and/or other creations you will birth), and how you get there (Budgets). Mordant & McFall even discus leisure time in the segment covering dating on a budget—enjoy!