As a recent nominee of the HBO Director to Watch Award, Director Rob Hardy has navigated his way to become a sought after director in Hollywood who has worked on such projects as: How To Get Away With Murder, Power, Vampire Diaries, and much, much more.
Rob sat down with Stone and Jony to share 5 life lessons (and more) he's learned along his journey.
In sitting down with highly revered data and privacy executive, Michelle Finneran-Dennedy, you would think it’s a no brainer about what the topic of conversation will be.
Whereas you’d be partially correct, given the personality of these three characters, you can bet the conversation parlayed into a variety of aspects.
All while enlightening and having fun, of course!
We asked you, our listeners and subscribers, "What is the one thing you need advice on the most?"
Well, we're happy to say that we received quite a few responses! We truly hope we were able to help, and at the very least, provide some clarity or alternate perspective.
“Everyone” wants to be the lead singer, the President/CEO, the front person. The face in the spotlight. But little do we deeply consider the responsibilty or even consequences that come from being the frontman/woman.
Are you waiting for someone to put you on? Are you waiting for someone to get you out of a situation? Are you waiting for another stimulus check? No one is coming to save you. You have all of the tools and resources necessary to, at the very least, get started on saving yourself!
Being Pro-Black is NOT synonymous with being anti-white. However, where is the line that differs between being pro-black and appearing racially biased? Shayne Walsey, CEO of Urban Enterprises in Atlanta joins us in this intriguing discussion.
Listen and join the conversation by shooting us your thoughts:
In super simple layman's terms, when the human body experiences an anitgen the immune system creates antibodies to fight it. The immune system then remembers that antigen in case it attacks again. But this time the body is ready to defend against it before it can do anything.
We often have to first encounter that which is unpleasant in order to develop what is necessary to go to the next level and be prepared for the challeng...
No matter how talented you are or how much you know, everything changes when you experience that moment when "the light" goes off. When that revelation or epiphany hits you. When you have that moment of Eureka!
It's at that moment when you go to the next level.
So many sticky topics are on so many conversation tables right now. The Confederate flag and monuments, Equity vs. Equality, police brutality, the 2020 election, etc. The list goes on. It's truly been a flammable year to say the least.
As always, please take a second to like, comment and even shoot us your thoughts at firstname.lastname@example.org
Jony and Stone continue to discuss racism, protesting, riots and racism in America.
Is rioting and looting necessary? Are peaceful protests effective?
We want to state immediately fro the top and ensure our listeners that Jony and Stone are OK. We are not upset with one another and are on great terms! Lol!
Now, with that being said… listen and comment at will. :)
Thank you for listening. Be the change you want to see.
Whether it's practice, rehearsal, working out, dieting or taking that first step on a new business idea, we all come across things we need to do that we are simply not motivated or too fearful to do.
We're gonna help show you how to break through the wall and get things done!
Three of the most important things we need to thrive in this world are:
2) Water and
So with money being so high on the list of necessary things, what role does it lay in your life?
What is your relationship with money?
Goals. Those without them are simply surviving, taking whatever life dishes out to them. Setting goals give our life a sense of purpose and accomplishment. Typically our goals line up with our dreams, interests and talents, but how far and high should we set them?
Should we shoot for the moon or play it more safe and practical?
That's we we will discuss in this episode.
Stocks are down. Theaters are closed. Live events are cancelled. The entertainment industry as a whole has come to a screeching halt. So what's next?
What happens as we slowly find our way back to normal and what will "normal" look like?
Do you need a team to help run and navigate your career? Are you sure?
Well if it's truly that time, we discuss some key things for you to think about when putting your team together.
What is a soulmate? Is it love? Friendship? Just having a lot in common?
We discuss - (at least we TRY to thanks to this covi-internet acting funky! Sorry about that) - some very interesting things for you to think about.
Karen Ross, author of the book “Chianti Souls”, wrote: “Our souls already know each other, don’t they?’ he whispered. ‘It’s our bodies that are new.”
Orphan (Greek: orphanos) "bereaved" - be deprived of a loved one through a profound absence.
Nurture - care for and encourage the growth or development of someone or something
There are so many people who give birth to amazing ideas but never do anything with them. They are orphaned. It's time to nurture and raise that orphaned idea!
So often we hear the term "the power of music" and only scratch the surface of the full meaning of what we're saying.
The "power" of music isn't just an ideal or some heart warming concept, it is a very practical, scientific and measurable capacity.
So just when you thought you were just trying to write a "hit" song, you actually have the ability to impact humans' very existence.
Episode 24 finds Jony and I broadcasting to you from our respective homes as we find ourselves in the first full week of a nation-wide, voluntary self-quarantine event.
The current worldwide coronavirus outbreak, however, will not keep us from delivering another insightful, informative and mildly funny episode to our listening fans and subscribers.
This week we discuss recognizing opportunities in otherwise unrecognizable situation...