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The W3 Award-winning Perpetual mOetion Podcast features mOe-tivational speaker, bestselling author, survivor, dentist, and activist Monica F. Anderson aka Dr. mOe in an ongoing conversation about lifestyle, personal empowerment, on-trend topics, and relationships. Dr. mOe is funny, transparent, and powerful. Hear her practical tips to review, renew and re-YOU! Website: www.drmOeanderson.com Social Media and Books: https://linktr.ee/drmoea Original Music: DeMarcus Leon aka DeMarcus Catchings
 
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Did you know active listening starts with relationship and genuine curiosity? Educator, creative, and half-marathoner Rahbin Shyne teaches the top 3 practices to improve listening and how to keep your listening skills sharp. When she's not teaching, Rahbin is the host "365 Brothers Podcast" where she interviews diverse African American men by askin…
 
One day Jesse Ross decided to apply his ample skills at fundraising for nonprofit and other organizations to a few projects of his own choosing. He set no maximum goal, no limit. The result was $200,000 and counting going toward the community projects he chose to support. No surprise that among the causes he supports is relief for the unhoused/home…
 
What is the Strong Black Woman Complex and how does it censor the voice of pain? In this riveting podcast episode, author, cultural activist, and Hurston/Wright Foundation co-founder, Marita Golden, shares why women of color must begin to redefine strength. Golden's new book, "The Strong Black Woman Complex: How A Myth Endangers the Physical and Me…
 
Karee Everett is an entertainer making it in New York. The key to making it in New York was not only being an actor, dancer and producer, it was adding "whatever you need" to his hustle. Even babysitter and dog walker to stay in the city that never sleeps. Like the rest of us, he had imperfect parents. There were periods his parents battled addicti…
 
Ready to write that book? In this episode, multi-published author Dr. mOe answers questions from Metro Authors Group about her 3+ decades writing journey. When authors interview an author, the questions and answers are rich in content. Dr. mOe has written 7 books, 100's of articles for a major newspaper, and contributed to multiple anthologies. Her…
 
Sam Williams admits to being more interested in athletics than his studies in high school. Fortunately for Sam, Coach Jim Newman helped him adjust his priorities. The result was that Sam attended and graduated from Arizona State University (ASU) before being drafted into the NBA in the early 80s. By the way, while at ASU, he was starting five with …
 
Lifestyle consultant Jaye Chase is the embodiment of the idiom “STAY READY so You NEVER Have to GET READY!" As a creative, in-demand chef, she pushes culinary boundaries to create mouth-watering dishes. She's also an author, activist, event planner, and CEO of Capital J Boutique, a lifestyle consulting group. Jaye recently published her first cookb…
 
When Lee Ardoin moved from his small hometown of Port Arthur, Texas to Houston in eighth grade, a new world of possibilities opened up. He found himself getting rules for life from his basketball coach. His teammates invited him into their well-appointed homes. Lee started asking questions. "What do your parents do?" And that lead him to the realiz…
 
A self-described "comedy rapper, Instagram actor, retired athlete, and physically intimidating podcaster" Tony Anderson is anything but ordinary. He's a 240 pound mass of muscle who works in finance for a global organization, hosts a widely popular podcast show "Oooh They Funny," gets Tweet likes from Ava Duvernay, and speaks his mind as if America…
 
Although raised primarily in the Bronx where he currently resides, Sean Atkinson spent his teen years in Los Angeles during the 1990s. His firsthand account of the strategic process used by some community residents during the riots following the Rodney King verdict sheds light on his commitment to diversifying both the Marketing and Branding indust…
 
Research suggests that some fifteen percent of the population are genetically predisposed to being particularly sensitive to their environments and situations. While being a Highly Sensitive Person (HSP) makes Darryl Webster great at his job as a clinical social worker and likely contributed to his being honored as a National Father of the Year, it…
 
Squid Game is Netflix's addictive series about hundreds of cash-strapped people who enter a contest to potentially win millions of dollars. To win, they play children's games like Tug of War and Red Light, Green Light. What the participants fail to ask is "What happens to the losers?" (Spoiler Alert: if you haven't seen it. I give away some of the …
 
Through his participation in a Landmark Education course in the 1990s, it became abundantly clear to Terrence McClain that there was nothing in the way of doing whatever he wanted in life--except limiting thoughts. Unleashed, he set about to create a space where others could likewise unleash their creativity. He opened, Cafe Futures, one of the fir…
 
After retiring from a 30-year career as a tax lawyer, Shelia D. Harvey started My Personal Financial Friend to equip and assist others with financial planning. In this episode, she shares tips on finding unclaimed property, budgeting, and the importance of "value-based" spending. Other topics discussed include: Why you need a "Personal Financial Fr…
 
Originally from Placentia, California, William Adams went from the Barrio to Microsoft. He's funny, unstoppable and committed to equity in tech. He co-founded Microsoft's LEAP Apprenticeship program, increasing the percentage of women and people of color in tech. Just don't try to put him in narrow categories. Raised in a Chicano community, married…
 
When deciding on a major Anne Boyd chose tech because that's where the money was at the time. She was right and she was smart enough to get out before that bubble burst. After retiring young, Anne decided to pursue a career in the arts. She earned a master's degree in journalism and became a freelance writer interviewing celebrities like Anna Deave…
 
If you live in Southern California, chances are Civil engineer Steve Henderson has helped you get around town. As the Engineer on Record or Project Manager for highways, trains and transportation infrastructure for renewable energy projects, he's made our lives easier. Not that he always had it easy. Henderson shares how he overcame some of the obs…
 
Eric Curtis' mother worked two jobs to ensure her children had a better life. Widowed while Eric was still young, she made sure they attended a school that would get them somewhere. Decades later, Eric Curtis is now Vice President of Engineering and Technology at an aerospace company and sought after as an expert on composite materials. It wasn't j…
 
Armando Rayo aka Mando is a cultural historian, author, engagement strategist, and "Taco Journalist" whose work has been featured in The New York Times, Bon Appetite, NPR, Texas Monthly, and The Food Network. In this episode, he and Dr. mOe discuss immigrants, culture, street tacos, and more. Hear how Mando grew a blog about tacos into three publis…
 
The 365 Brothers podcast hits pause through September. Returning to regular in-person instruction in these irregular times while simultaneously returning to a slew of in-person half-marathons requires are just a couple of the happenings putting podcast production on pause. The 365 Brothers podcast returns with more amazing Brothers on October 4th. …
 
Are you enough? Are you kind enough? Assertive enough? Accomplished enough? Many people struggle with these questions every day. Ultimately, we are wondering if we have a meaningful existence, whether there is a point to the endless challenges in our personal and professional lives. We are encouraged to do "whatever it takes" to become a success. B…
 
Currently, Steven Neal is President of the Long Beach Board of Harbor Commissioners, THE organization responsible for setting policy for the 2nd largest port in the United States. Among his many roles serving others, Steve rose from Union Steward to Labor Activist to Long Beach City Councilman and Pastor. He shares how a union rep intervened to sav…
 
Kareemah Emordi is a successful playwright, producer, corporate exec, and author. Born and raised Muslim, she has a jaw-dropping testimony of God's pursuit of a woman who didn't want or need "your Jesus." In this episode, she shares with Dr. mOe about overcoming intense fear, anxiety and suicidal thoughts, physical illness, and the day God literall…
 
You can hear in the background that the loss of his mother on Christmas Day when he was 16-years-old altered the course of his life. Call it serendipity or fate, but a book found in jail on chakras not only saved him, it became the impetus for a life change, a vegan lifestyle and a mission to promote self-healing. Rance Dunbar is now known as the C…
 
Brian J. Olds President of Black Speakers Network joins Dr. mOe Anderson with tips and tools to improve your public speaking. While content is important, other factors such as hand gestures, pitch, and tone contribute to the impact of your presentation. Whether you are speaking to persuade, inform, or sell, learn the secrets professionals use to wo…
 
It’s not only everyday that you come across a hip hop artist who’s also an Ivy League professor. Brown University psychology professor Malik Boykin, has a new song, Dancing for Freedom, on Spotify and other platforms under his artist name, Malik Starx. Like his father, Malik is a trailblazer. His father, A. Ward Boykin was the first Professor of Ps…
 
His mother brought the concept of Neighborhood Watch to Central Islip in Long Island, New York before it was piloted around the United States. In fact, Gahrey Ovalle’s watched his mom bring Community Policing to her community. The real kind where police officers live within the community, attend local games and high-five the kids. No surprise, Gahr…
 
Dating is not what it used to be. It's so hard! Right? Brooke Fitzpatrick, CEO of Mosaic Matchmaking is a professional matchmaker and dating coach in Dallas, Texas. She joined Dr. mOe to discuss matchmaking. Topics include: when women should be more "assertive" what social media profiles reveal dating red flags does size matter? first date don'ts a…
 
Jevon Wooden and I get into the Rules of Engagement--in war and on the street. Like many a 365 Brothers guest, Jevon has some credentials. He has an MBA and a Masters degree in cyber security. In fact, he still works professionally as a cyber security architect while growing his Growth Mindset Coaching business. Originally from Rochester, New York,…
 
Baltimore's Wordsmith bridges all kinds of gaps. As part of the Baltimore Symphony Orchestra's Strategic Expansion Team, he is building a bridge between the city's classical music icon and Baltimore's majority Black Community. He bridges cultural gaps by partnering with the United States Department of State to expand his global music tours into far…
 
Ronad Mitchell rejoices in the triumphs over life's disappointments. Minister, poet, husband and father--today he's living a joy-filled life. He candidly shares about the impact of the loss of his father and the loss of his plans for abstinence until marriage. Favorite movie is Coming to America. Favorite words are from Henry Ward Beecher: "One's b…
 
While attending University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff, Royce Massengill traded a sensible degree in business administration for one closer to his literal and figurative dreams. Armed with a degree in Mass Communications he's built up a media business that produces film, music videos and other productions. Definitely check out his current project, th…
 
Karen Abercrombie is an award-winning actress, producer, storyteller, singer, songwriter and so much more. After her break-out starring role as Ms. Clara in the 2015 faith-based blockbuster "War Room," she became a household name internationally. Today, she has her own production company and she's on a mission to share her gifts and her faith with …
 
Chalmer Williams shared one of my favorite Mom stories. Let’s just say she evened the Super Soaker score by going for the water hose. As an author, screenwriter and comedian, I shouldn’t be surprised he tells a good story. He’s also a graduate of HBCU, Tuskegee University and host of the podcast Fatherhood Fridays.Originally from Denver, Colorado, …
 
Dr. J. L. Gray understands the important role family members play as caregivers to relatives dealing with serious health issues. He was there for his father and for his grandparents. As it happened, it was while finishing his Ph.D. in Systems Engineering from USC. Now that he’s a management consultant with serious credentials, he’s helping transfor…
 
A marathon is 26.2 miles run. Most people never run one marathon. Tony Reed has run 100's. He is one of fifty people worldwide, who completed the marathon “hat trick.” This consists of finishing (1) at least 100 marathons, (2) a marathon on all seven continents, and (3) a marathon in each of the fifty States. He was inducted into the National Black…
 
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