Aug. 26, 2019

Happy 1st Anniversary MSL !

What a year this has been for me. A huge thank you to my son, Ethan, who recorded his first jingle. I would also like to thank my guests for their inspirational stories and my supporters for your amazing emails …

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Aug. 18, 2019

It Really Does Work !

When you put your positive thoughts and energy out in the universe, you can create your own reality. During my years of personal development, I read many great books by Mel Robbins, Tony Robbins, John Maxwell, Les Brown and many …

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Aug. 6, 2019

The Card You Need

It is true that we learn something new everyday and today is no different. I came across a great tool to use if you are ever pulled over by the police, asked a question or to just educate people what …

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July 6, 2019

Matice - Author and YouTube Content Creator

Today's featured guest is Matice Ahnjamine. Matice is a published author of first her book titled: The Product of My Selfishness: The Stutter and the Story. As someone who stutters, Matice wanted to encourage and educate stutterers and...

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June 26, 2019

Jason Curtis - The Horse Show Announcer

Today’s podcast has a special guest, Jason Curtis. Mr. Curtis has been involved with horses and horse shows for the majority of his life. For many years he had operated Oakridge Farms, a breeding & boarding operation in Florida, but...

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May 31, 2019

Vince Vawter - From Paperboy To Author

Today's podcast has a special guest, Vince Vawter. Mr. Vawter retired after a 40-year career in newspapers, most recently as the president and publisher of the Evansville (Ind.) Courier & Press. Mr. Vawter is a published author of two books...

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May 27, 2019

Talking To The Man In The Mirror

Over my 43+ years of stuttering, I've learned many techniques to help with my fluency. One of those techniques is talking in front of the mirror. In this technique, I am cognizant of my facial expressions and through practice, I …

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April 27, 2019

Strike 1, Strike 2, Strike 3

This episode is not about sports but more about job interviews. If you are a PWS (person who stutters) or even a non-stutterer, we've all had those job interviews that were less than favorable. In my experience, every job interview …

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April 21, 2019

Vampire Crabs

Are you aware of the people around you? I'm talking those individuals in your inner circle who are negative and drain your energy on a daily basis. Plus, those people around you who don't want for you to succeed and …

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April 19, 2019

Rama Siva - Author and Believer In "The Key Is Self-Confidence"

Today's podcast has a special guest, Rama Siva, who lives in the UK and has worked at the Prime Minister's Office in London, serving Tony Blair and Gordon Brown. We discuss the origins of his stutter, his family history, speech …

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April 10, 2019

Coping With Daily Struggles

We are all dealing with our own personal struggles on a daily basis. You know my daily struggle is fluency and my special guest, Thomas Kenyon, explains his daily struggle with his thought processes. We discuss his speech therapy in...

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April 6, 2019

Hugo Torres - Language and Communication Barriers

Today's podcast has a special guest, Hugo Torres, who is a freelance writer and a podcaster practicing in Civic Virtue. We discuss our challenges in language and communication plus we dive into other topics such as the military, education and...

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March 24, 2019

Stuttering & Dating

This is another conversation with Roy as we delve into the topic of stuttering and dating. We share our personal experiences on this topic as we discuss our adventures.

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March 19, 2019

A Parent's Perspective On Stuttering

My featured guest is Carolyn Doucette who gives us the parent's perspective on stuttering. In this podcast interview, she discusses her thoughts on her son's stutter, family history, speech therapy and advice for parents and teachers. This...

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March 6, 2019

LeRon Barton - Author and Tedx Speaker

Today's podcast has a special guest, LeRon Barton, who is a writer, author, and Tedx speaker who is also a person who stutters. We discuss the origins of his stutter, his family history, speech therapy, and his advice for parents …

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Feb. 22, 2019

Stuttering & Network Marketing

Today's podcast has a special guest, Joni Glaze, who is an entrepreneur and a fellow network marketer. As a person who stutters, I would not have imagined that I would be in network marketing given the stories from people in …

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Feb. 20, 2019

Evan Sherman, SLP

Today's podcast has a special guest, Evan Sherman, who is a person who stutters and is also a licensed Speech Language Pathologist. We discuss the origins of his stutter, family history, speech therapy, advice for parents/teacher and his...

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Feb. 2, 2019

Stuttering & S-G-A

As a person who stutters, I've experienced shame, guilt and constantly apologizing for my stutter. This is my journey and I want to share it with you because if you are a PWS, you are not alone. You've experienced this …

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Jan. 13, 2019

Stuttering & Tools

As a person who stutters, the two tools that have been instrumental in my speech journey have been hypnosis and diaphragmatic breathing. You know that when you have a block, your entire body is tensed and it may be that …

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Jan. 6, 2019

Stuttering & Comparing Yourself With Others

When comparing yourself to others, the outcome is most always unfavorable. When I was younger I compared myself to others because I did not like who I was because of my stutter. Now that I'm a little older, somewhat wiser, …

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Dec. 16, 2018

Roy Johnson

Today's podcast has a special guest, Roy, whom I've known for over twenty years but until recently found out that he stuttered as a child. We discuss the origins of his stutter, family history, speech therapy, theft of a library …

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Dec. 2, 2018

Stuttering & the Magic Pill

There is no magic pill to cure stuttering (sorry for that cold hard fact). However, there are speech therapies, devices, and drugs that may help with fluency. I have had amazing speech therapists help me along my journey along with …

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Nov. 24, 2018

Stuttering & the 5 Second Rule

Mel Robbins wrote an amazing book titled, "The 5 Second Rule", and it completely changed my life. Those difficult things we have to do in life can no longer control our actions. Just countdown 5-4-3-2-1-GO.

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Nov. 17, 2018

Stuttering & Emergency Situations

How do you handle emergency situations as a person who stutters? Are you able to call 9-1-1? Are you able to effectively direct emergency personnel to the situation? Thinking of this paralyzes me with such great fear and contemplating can …

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Nov. 10, 2018

Stuttering & the Military

Joining the US Air Force was a goal of mine and my stutter was not going to get in the way! On this Veterans Day, I want to thank all the Veterans for everything they do to keep us safe! …

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Sept. 15, 2018


Today's podcast has a special guest, Nic, who is a high school and also a person who stutters. We discuss the origins of his stutter, family history, speech therapy, high school life, advice for parents/teachers and his AWESOME YouTube Channel …

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