My Stuttering Life

My Stuttering Life

Navigating life with 80% fluency. This is my life with all its trials and tribulations as a person who stutters. I believe in the power of positivity and I use it in my daily struggles with stuttering. I fight every day with fluency but I win that fight EVERY SINGLE DAY. As a husband, a father, a USAF Gulf War Veteran, and as an entrepreneur, I use many tools in my tool belt to become successful in all my endeavors. My goal is to share my journey so that others can see it is possible to be confident, determined, and live a life of positivity. If you are a PWS, you are not alone!

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July 25, 2021 104 min

Today’s featured guest is Pete Bradley.  Pete is a full-time fire fighter, husband to Lisa and father to his beautiful 9-month-old son Finn. Pete lives in a wee village Carryduff just outside Belfast. He is a keen sportsman playing rugby and Gaelic football. His stammer has equipped him with a passion for challenging himself.  I believe that there is healing in sharing, and I want to Thank Pete for sharing his journey with us.

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Today’s featured guest is Priya Isaacs. Priya is 15 years old and is currently in Year 10. She has had a stutter since age 3. Throughout her journey she has learned so much about stuttering and how it affects a person. Her aim now is to educate and spread awareness, but also to help people who stutter connect.?I believe that there is healing in sharing, and I want to Thank Priya for sharing her journey with us.

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Today’s featured guest is Shreyas Pandey. Shreyas Pandey is working as a Network Automation Engineer in Hughes Network Systems in Maryland, leading development and engineering in launching satellites to space. He was born and raised across eastern part of Uttar Pradesh in India. He received his bachelor’s degree in electronics and telecommunications from Mumbai, India and a master’s degree in telecommunications management from univ...

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May 5, 2021 27 min

Today we are talking about Practicing Courage.  By stepping out of your comfort zone and performing one small act of courage every day, that will add up over time and help build momentum for the next challenge.  I know that you can do it, and I want you to share with me your win or your challenge.  Leave me a voicemail on my website or email me and let’s talk about it. 

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April 25, 2021 24 min

This episode is special because it’s for a brave young man, Bradley, who reached out to me via YouTube.  That’s right, I also have a YouTube channel (see link below) where you can see me with other MSL content.  Listen to this episode and head on over to my YouTube channel and show Bradley some love!

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My YouTube:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCrsdvEcWGb_XeSzAE4mDLcw

Official Sitewww.MyBeautifulStutter.com

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Today’s featured guest is Ryan Gielen.  Ryan is the producer and director of the new documentary My Beautiful Stutter from executive producers Paul Rudd & Mariska Hargitay, streaming exclusively on Discovery Plus Channel in the United States, and available now on Vimeo On Demand throughout the rest of the world. My Beautiful Stutter is a documentary film about the arts-based program at Camp SAY (The Stuttering Association for t...

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Today’s featured guest is Maria Humphreys.  Maria is the Founder of the Strong Body Strong Soul platform; she describes herself as a Spiritual Activist. This means she uses her energy, the power of her voice to help people shift into a more conscious state of being. Her podcast STRONG BODY STRONG SOUL has over 80K downloads to date She is a featured teacher on the INSIGHTTIMER Meditation App and offers meditations weekly in her Med...

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Today’s featured guest is Derek Sutor.  Derek Sutor is a 38-year-old High School Special Education Teacher and Baseball Coach. From memorable stuttering moments in high school, to flunking out of college due to depression and anxiety to being honored as a High School Teacher of the Year, Derek has experienced the highs and the lows of living life with a stutter. He uses his life experiences to show people that you are not defined b...

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March 21, 2021 106 min

Today’s featured guest is Emmanuel Asenso Jr.  Emmanuel Asenso Jr is a 3rd year, Ghanaian American, medical student at Rowan SOM. He was born and raised in Northern Virginia, received his bachelor’s in Human Nutrition, Foods and Exercise from Virginia Tech and his Master’s in Public Health from The George Washington University before starting medical school. He is passionate about using medicine, nutrition and public health as a pl...

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February 11, 2021 142 min

Today’s featured guest is Christopher Constantino.  Christopher Constantino lives in Tallahassee with his wife, Megan, and son, Augustine. He is a speech-language pathologist and assistant professor at Florida State University. He teaches stuttering and counseling. He researches ways to improve the embodied and social experiences of stuttering. He co-edited the book Stammering Pride & Prejudice. Chris is a co-host on the Stutte...

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Today’s featured guest is Daniel Francis.  Daniel Francis is a Communication and Public Speaking Coach for people who stutter. Daniel helps people who stutter, overcome their stuttering blocks and anxiety by learning the fundamentals of public speaking. Daniel struggled with his communication his entire life, and he is dedicated to help others unlock their communication potential. Daniel has publicly spoken on stage in front of 100...

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January 24, 2021 147 min

Today’s featured guest is Rob Greenlee.  Rob Greenlee is the VP of Content and Partnerships, Libsyn (LSYN), Current Board of Governors Member and former Chairperson of The Podcast Academy and was inducted into the Academy of Podcasters Hall of Fame in 2017.  Formerly served as VP, Podcaster Relations at Voxnext’s Spreaker. He started on radio in 1999 and then podcasting in 2004 with the first nationally syndicated radio show "W...

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January 16, 2021 17 min

Today we are talking about the new social media app – Clubhouse.  I’ve only been on it for a week, but I have already gained so much knowledge from some amazing speakers that I can apply it to assist me in my journey as a PWS.  I knew nothing of this app until a few weeks ago and it is still in beta, but I believe that this app is going to be so beneficial for those who want to learn and grow.  I have added the link to the article ...

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January 9, 2021 21 min

Today we are talking about employment in 2021.  It’s a whole new year and in this new normal, everything employment related is online.  As a PWS, we are adapting and facing this new challenge head on.  I talk about my job history and give some tips to help you along your way. 

Thank you to Noah Swiderski (owner and producer of Briton Beats) for your outro music. For more information on Briton Beats, click this link:  https://www.br...

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Today’s featured guest is Rob Bloom. Rob Bloom is a Creative Director at Universal Orlando Resort. He is also a person who has stuttered since the age of 3. Before creating for Universal, Rob helped craft advertising campaigns for brands like The Home Depot, Dunkin', Virgin Islands, the U.S. Marines, and many others. In addition, Rob is an award-winning comedy writer and screenwriter, having written for NPR, The Onion, and the ...

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November 16, 2020 90 min

Today’s featured guest is Nakia Grayson. Nakia Grayson is a legal, privacy, and technology enthusiast with a passion for helping to educate and expose girls and women to STEM career fields. She works in the Federal Government as an IT Security Specialist. She is also a person who stutters who constantly reminds herself that no obstacle in life is too big to prevent you from reaching your goals, and each one makes you stronger. In h...

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November 15, 2020 94 min

Today’s featured guest is Tim Mackesey. Tim Mackesey had a severe stuttering problem into his mid 20's.  He has been an SLP since 1992.  He is a Board-Certified Specialist in Fluency Disorders with a private practice in Atlanta, Georgia.  Tim has taught the graduate level fluency disorders program at Georgia State University. He provides a unique and leading holistic therapy model that incorporates CBT and best practices in tra...

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Today’s featured guest is Ari Lev Waldman. Ari was born in Peekskill, NY and is a 43-year-old Jewish male who stutters.  He has been married since June 2012 and has no children.  He lives in Brooklyn, NY and as a profession, he is an associate real estate broker specializing in office leasing in Manhattan for Lee and Associates.  I believe that there is healing in sharing and I would like to Thank Ari for sharing his story with us.

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Today’s featured guest is Christopher Massella. Christopher lives in Blue Bell, PA, outside of Philadelphia, PA. After years of frustration and shame, he sought speech therapy at 31 years of age.  At the end of that therapy, he committed to becoming a speech therapist. Since 2008, he has been an SLP. He is certified by ASHA, licensed in PA, and currently works with middle school and high school students in a local school district. ...

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September 22, 2020 80 min

Today’s featured guest is Rick Scuotto.  In 2018, Rick combined the passion of design and a lifelong stutter together and created #StutteringDesigner. Since then he started to create videos for his YouTube channel and other social media platforms, participated in events like “Learn One Thing hosted by Free From Stutter” or gave Stuttering Awareness Presentations at different events. Rick’s goal is to provide people with a little in...

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