One Could Argue

One Could Argue

One Could Argue is a podcast about the thoughts, experiences, ideas, and perspectives that have shaped and continue to frame our outlook on the world and each other. We look to film, art, events, and literature to see how things got this way and how we can change them, together. If you love to question things and argue for the sake of insight, subscribe!... Show More

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Ask any creative and they'll probably tell you that sometimes the hardest part of the journey is getting started. While there are no rules to it, I do believe there is a blueprint that can help your failures be as beneficial to your journey as your successes are. Lawrson is a Visual Storyteller whos journey looks alot like that blueprint. From starting where you are to doing extensive research, finding solid inspiration and bei... Read more

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Ideas are for everyone... even the ones you think only belong to you Sign up for the E-Mail list, you'll only hear from us for new episodes: https://mailchi.mp/79974cbf0706/ocamailist Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onecouldargue/ Listen to "Star" by Art Mason: https://open.spotify.com/track/2RnvrFwKo8EzHpqlotUwBb?si=PIKjMBELRNe16InRfWPN5A

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Getting things done with others takes resilience often times, and that's before you even get started. Sign up for the E-Mail list: https://mailchi.mp/79974cbf0706/ocamailist Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onecouldargue/

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August 26, 2019 6 min

As random as life can be, there's alot that we know for sure is inevitable. So why are we still so blindsided when those things happen?..... Maybe we think it wont happen to us, or we just dont think about it at all... Sign up for the E-Mail list, you'll only hear from us for new episodes: https://mailchi.mp/79974cbf0706/ocamailist Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/onecouldargue/

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August 1, 2019 9 min

Do you deserve everything you enjoy in your life? In this episode I make the argument that we probably don't and why we are... or can be... better because of it. Youtube: https://www.youtube.com/thefilmmakerssociety Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/kvle/ Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/79974cbf0706/ocamailist

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Life has more than enough challenges to throw our way on the journey to whatever goals we may have, but one thing that hinders us the most still seems to be ourselves. Our comfort zones, ego, "lack of resources"... the list goes on. I sat with The O Agency and BYOB Retreat Co-Founder Andrew Nguyen (@BrandWithDrew) to discuss his journey to success. From building relationships to putting up 100K of his own money to fund... Read more

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Sybrina Fulton is the mother of Trayvon Martin and now she’s running for the Board of Commissioners in Miami Dade County. In this episode @ClaudioEricka breaks down what impacts the Board of Commissioners have on the community and social justice as well as ways we can support her along this political journey.

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June 26, 2019 12 min

People always want from you but when it comes time for you to need something... here come the violins

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In this episode @ClaudioEricka reviews the roles involved in the incarceration of the Central Park Five so we can be better informed of who they are, what their role is specifically and how we can hold them responsible and/or get them replaced if their not measuring up. If you havent seen "When They See Us" by Ava Duvernay, please check it out this weekend on Netflix | Follow us @OneCouldArgue and signup for our ema... Read more

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With his debut album "Time Will Tell" out now, Domani sat with Kvle to discusses how he approached this project differently from his previous efforts, figuring out the best way to utilize input from his father, how Jim Carey and Hypnosis influence his outlook of life and why the Dreamville sessions taught him a better way to utilize opportunities. All that plus a live performance of "Not A Rapper" w/ DJ Burn One &am... Read more

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May 18, 2019 12 min

Ericka is back to givine some insight on these terrifying abortion bans and their planned affect on Roe V. Wade... Also what options women currently have in getting abortions and what the rest of us can do to help bring change starting w/ our local legislature and support organizations like @plannedparenthood @prochoiceamerica @aclu_nationwide

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Over the weekend I shared a phone call with my mother talking about the challenges our generations face when dealing with each other on topics like marriage, college and success. We talked about the Internets role in it all and why the older generation doesn't feel like they recieve their due reverence. Conversations like this can easily go left but this one went pretty well, lol. I hope you enjoy it.

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April 18, 2019 11 min

Your best ideas can grab ahold of you and turn into a nightmare, like this podcast almost did for me for a second. If something you loved doing is starting to feel like a chore... I'd probably listen to this.

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Every experience — no matter what job you have, internship you learn from, or event you attend can serve as a training ground for your self-development. Let’s shift our way of thinking & keep our growth mindset at the forefront. - @KayParchia

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Leaders can often act as a cushion for us, their vision and fearlessness encourages us while they still hold our hands; Trailblazing and waiting for us to truly believe we can do the same if they were to let go and put us in front. With the tragic loss of Nipsey, I'm compelled to look inward, address any fears that have witheld oppourtunities from me and to be quite frank, quit playing like I get more than one life. RIP Nipsey Huss... Read more

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This weeks we kept it short and sweet with a thought of the day from a friend of the podcast, Kayla Parchia. Understanding that life is about playing the long game, finding ways to get to money and keep it coming takes strategy, patience and most importantly, PEOPLE. So relationships are something everyone should be looking at FIRST. Connections are the most important currency because “Money doesn’t knock on doors, people do.”

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March 20, 2019 5 min

I don't know anyone who likes being told no. No matter the reason, especially if it's just to make you feel better about it.

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I had the privilege of being able to interview one of my favorite artists, Yoh Phillips. He is one of the most well-respected wordsmiths around regardless of the subject. In this episode he navigates us through the back-alleys of becoming a writer from finding the confidence to face a blank page, spending your words wisely and how to build a foundation for an opinion worth sharing. If there’s a way to reverse engineer good writing,... Read more

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For International Womens Day, Ericka Claudio (@ClaudioEricka) is back to give a brief introduction to Rep. Ilhan Omar and explain why all the commotion around her "anti-semetic" tweets seems like just another attempt to police the voices of Black women.

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March 6, 2019 5 min

Life will always be full of problems that require different solutions for all of us. There's no shame in starting small to find your way out of any of them, even if it's way smaller than everyone else.

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