Life's Learning Curve

Life's Learning Curve

• With an appreciation and love toward LIFE'S EXPERIENCES, we find HUMOR, IRONY, PASSION and COMPASSION as we retell stories... Let's learn, thrive and love from our experiences while we're here. ... Show More

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November 3, 2019 28 min

You can’t leave. You have to stay.  Why? -My polio injection exploded. My friend hit me in the head with a baseball bat. Whether we like or not, we all have been detained. Sometimes painful, sometimes full of joy. We retell some of our best stories when we became unintentionally detained for the moment. Let's Love Life Again.!
BLOG: https://www.lifeslearningcurve.org/post/unintended-detainee-vs-unattended-dundee


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October 9, 2019 42 min

Conclusion   With the help of beer and dolphins, my documentary drastically degrades even more. We attempt to complete our shoot in Key West, but our behind the scenes story OVERTAKES the entire production. At long last, I find a mentor (on site) who makes a reality simple and possible. An amazing story!  

Tropical = Still Good.     Turpitude = Even MORE Nefarious.  

 SHOW NOTES:   The Motivational D... Read more

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September 9, 2019 33 min

Part 1 (of 2)   Tropical = Good. Turpitude = being nefarious.   When I took a crew to remote Key West to shoot a squeaky-clean documentary, the REAL story unfolded behind the scenes. With immorality trying to take the main stage, I begin to understand that former college friends, alcohol and saltwater sometimes don’t mix. 

 SHOW NOTES:   "Just Spilling it"      podcast           https://radiopublic... Read more

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August 19, 2019 34 min

Listen as Paul interviews musician Robert Broz. We discover besides music, LIFE is his ‘work of art’ He makes each day new, special and one of a kind. The human spirit succeeds once again!



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July 30, 2019 28 min

Our podcast retells stories of ideas & creativity. Almost all of us get our best ideas late at night when our brains are open & aware AND destressed. However, most of us wake the next day and never act upon our nighttime dreams and ideas.  but the dreamers of the day are the crazy ones whose successes & failures have been actualized & made possible. Meet Catherine, Bill, Tom, Clay and all those others whose input... Read more

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July 3, 2019 27 min

When my father passed a few years back, I thought about all the love, work and care he and my mom put into raising my sister & me, I realized I didn’t need him like I used to need him. It was NOT because of his age or time. I still sought him out to listen to his direct, carefully measured  appropriate advice. It was then I realized he had parented & mentored me so well, for so long, I felt I knew which way to go. It was... Read more

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June 9, 2019 30 min

Society has rules. Some people chose to VAGUELY support these rules. ENTER ...  Hanx and the eloquent and distinguished Mrs. Dorothy Tucker who will make life's molehills into mountains as fast as Korea 4G services in Seoul. (innocent simile) Meh.



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May 13, 2019 28 min

Are mischief & prankishness necessary? Yes...Well sometimes. Shenanigans is the theme of the podcast as Paul remembers innocent, yet effective childhood shenanigans. (See Jim Halpert)



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April 14, 2019 37 min

In First Grade, Paul's perspectives and behavior become altered for the rest of his life. -We all can become better people by adding just the right people to our lives. Paul enters reading groups, encounters a first year teacher and is forced to sit next to Jimmy, a class misfit, who cannot control his outbursts. A mentor is used to smooth the waters of 1st grade. From that moment, Paul's perspectives and attitudes were ... Read more

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April 1, 2019 37 min

 As we saw our childhoods coming to an end, the feeling of innocence returned because of a vacation destination in California. Through fuzzy memories we retell about a 1968 vacation which presented adventure, sunburns and discovery. During the west coast's decade of peace, color & unrest, there was an unusual imbalance of protests and the feeling of all is well; despite the Vietnam War.



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March 7, 2019 31 min

Summers' possibilities are retold as Paul recalls his years at age six. Due to his family being given a surprise summer pass to a new country club, the Summer season defines its seasonal magic and the stories are synthesized through all five senses. Scary, fun and full of adventure, Paul discovers, swimming lessons, lifeguards and the abundant tasty crab apples. 



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February 13, 2019 46 min

We podcast our first remote from Studio 502 here in the mid mid midwest to Austin, TX., and swap Physical Therapy stories with Dr. Trace McClintock. 'Tis realler than real!



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January 24, 2019 43 min

Excelling in Math & Science, young Jack choses to challenge himself even more and enters Music Education. With that decision, the lives of multiple students were changed by an outstanding educator who saw the world through his analytical eyes and thoughtful choices.



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January 4, 2019 61 min

After finding value, confidence and leadership in his unique voice, Joe fills his life with love and friendship from family, friends, DJ-ing and Broadcasting. He also tells us how his junior high school experience helped mold who he was and still is.



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January 3, 2019 65 min

His past made Vaughn push harder and harder until he found himself playing guitar and singing his heart out in small venues. Now in his mid 20s, he continues to evolve; writing, mixing and mastering original music. "No one works harder at this than Vaughn. He IS focal to the creative community and makes us all better."  -Mark Esken



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January 3, 2019 40 min

Like-minded people, mentors, a teacher and many others saw something in the small boy from PA. and a career writer was born.  -Author & businessman Clay Greager shares his ride up the mountain of life. He swaps stories with Paul based on his experiences writing and publishing from Key West, Florida. What a ride!



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