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Dare To Dream Guest, PETER BENSON November 20, 2022 Creator & CEO of Energies of Service (Healing Jewelry)

Today I’m speaking with Peter Benson, Creator & CEO of Energies of Service. With a background as a mechanic and technician-engineer, Peter went through a major awakening process that opened up his connection to his Higher Self and the Angelic Realm. He discovered his angelic origins as part of Archangel Michael’s army of light. Guided by Archangel Michael and Ascended Masters, Peter was introduced to the Tensor technology and its healing properties. He conducted research that led him to build his first Tensor rings (all cubits), crystals infused pendants, Merkaba, healing coil, and more. Peter is an international public speaker and the CEO of Energies of Service. His powerful copper healing and grounding tools are inspired by and channeled from the quantum field of Creation. His handcrafted products are carefully attuned energetically to help people heal, balance, and live in harmony with their resonance field. They are energy tools for ascension and conscious living.

The Sports Doctor Guest, Dr Paul Wichansky November 16, 2022 Motivational Speaker on Disability, Anti-bullying & Resilience

Dr. Paul Wichansky is a leading motivational speaker who has shared his story with over one million youth, parents, educators, and other professionals during the past 40 years.  His presentations inspire confidence, growth, and opportunity with topics such as diversity, anti-bullying, overcoming adversity, disability acceptance, and leadership.  Starting his speaking career at 10 years old, his experiences are a testament to the enduring power of love, perseverance, and resilience.


A former special needs child born with cerebral palsy, he has transformed challenges into unique opportunities for self-improvement, and shows to others, by example, how they can also do the same.  We then harness the courage and confidence to leap over some of the most overwhelming hurdles that life throws at us.




The Sports Doctor Guest, Dr Hope Kellman November 16, 2022 Executive Director of New Hope Consulting

Dr Kellman has 25 years of experience in public policy and healthcare leadership. Her consulting with many organizations including United Nations. National Institute for. Health. United States Congress an. UNICEF. She has helped lead originations thru difficult strategic alliances and is one of the forefront visionaries for the historical DESHA legislation of the 1990s that established a new field complementary an integrative medicine.

Dr. Kellman completed her Master’s Degree in Educational Psychology at the University of Michigan and her PhD from Union Institute and University.

Hopes academic research at the University of Michigan included a special project at. Harvard graduate school of counseling psychology. Her focus included academic teaching at the residential college forming the course Psychology of Creativity.

Her research presently is on brain health finding new treatments for trauma recovery an addiction medicine. Her leadership in the U.N. international criminal Court lead her to be an activist for justice fighting discrimination.

Shadow Politics Guest, Eleanor Clift November 13, 2022 Political Reporter, Television Pundit, Columnist and Author

Eleanor Clift is a columnist for the Daily Beast, an online publication. She writes about politics and policy in Washington, and the partisan clashes that make governing almost impossible. Clift has covered every presidential campaign since 1976 and bring her perspective to analyze the dynamics between an unconventional president and his party, and an opposition party still licking its wounds over its loss in 2016. Clift is best known as a panelist on the syndicated talk show, “The McLaughlin Group,” which ended a 34-year run with the death of the host in 2016. She has appeared as herself in several movies, including “Dave,” “Independence Day,” “Murder at 1600,” “Rising Sun,” and the CBS series, “Murphy Brown.” Clift and her late husband, Tom Brazaitis, who was a columnist for the Cleveland Plain Dealer, wrote two books together, “War Without Bloodshed: The Art of Politics” (Scribner, 1996), and “Madam President: Shattering the Last Glass Ceiling (Scribner, 2000). Madam President is available in paperback (Routledge Press). Clift’s book, “Founding Sisters,” is about the passage of the 19th amendment giving women the vote (John Wiley & Sons, 2003). Her recent book, “Two Weeks of Life: A Memoir of Love, Death and Politics” (Basic Books, 2008) is about the loss of her husband together with an examination of how we deal with death in America. “Selecting a President,” written with Matthew Spieler (Thomas Dunne Books), published in 2012, examines the process that for all its flaws is better than the alternative. Formerly Newsweek’s White House correspondent, Clift also served as congressional and political correspondent for six years. She was a key member of the magazine’s 1992 election team, following the campaign of Bill Clinton from the start to inauguration day. In June 1992 she was named Deputy Washington bureau chief.

As a reporter in Newsweek’s Atlanta bureau, Clift covered Jimmy Carter’s bid for the presidency. She followed Carter to Washington to become Newsweek’s White House correspondent, a position she held until 1985. Clift began her career as a secretary to Newsweek’s National Affairs editor in New York. She was one of the first women at the magazine to move from secretary to reporter. Clift left Newsweek briefly in 1985 to serve as White House correspondent for The Los Angeles Times. She returned to Newsweek the following year to cover the Iran-Contra scandal, which embroiled President Reagan and tarnished his administration. Clift covered every presidential campaign since 1976, and was part of Newsweek’s special project team following the 1984, 2000, 2004 and 2008 elections, each of which resulted in a book. The most recent, “A Long Time Coming,” written by Evan Thomas and based on the Newsweek team’s reporting (Public Affairs, 2009) chronicles the history-making campaign of Barack Obama. Clift lives in Washington, D.C., where she is on the advisory council of the International Women’s Media Foundation, the board of the American News Women’s Club, the Board of Governor’s of the National Hospice Foundation, and the board of Respect Ability, which advocates for people with disabilities.

Responder Resilience Guest, Edmund Russell and Jim King November 16, 2022 Executive Director and Vice President of the California Police Athletic Federation

Edmund Russell is the Executive Director of the California Police Athletic Federation (CPAF) bringing 15 years of experience as a Board Member and three years as the Executive Director. Edmund recently retired from the Los Angeles Police Department after providing 31 years of service to the City of Los Angeles. Edmund was an accomplished tennis player in both the US and World games since 1988, earning many medals. When approached by a fellow board member to help with the Games, Edmund jumped at the opportunity. Over the past 10 years, he has been instrumental in developing new updates for sporting events within the organization. As the Executive Director, Edmund’s goal is to take CPAF to the next level. He hopes to get the word out about the Games through different marketing campaigns that will make CPAF more noticeable to its eligible participants, which was updated in 2021.

In his free time, Edmund likes to travel, bike, and spend time with his family that was not always available to him when he worked as an officer.

James (Jim) King is the recently elected Vice President of the California Police Athletic Federation (CPAF). Jim retired as a Captain from the Indianapolis Fire Department after 30 years of service. Upon retiring from IFD, Jim served as the Department Co-Chair for the Career Technical Education at Arsenal Technical High School, part of the Indianapolis Public School system.

He began his public safety athletic career as a powerlifter at the Police & Fire Sports Festival in 1993, then at the 1995 World Police and Fire Games held in Melbourne, Australia. He has since not missed a single World Police & Fire Games.

Jim moved to the administrative side of the Games with his appointment as Director of Sports for the 2001 World Police and Fire Games in Indianapolis and on its Executive Committee. He was appointed Associate Director for the World Police & Fire Games in 2003, then named a Director a year later. Jim was appointed to the California Police Athletic Federation in 2020.

He continues to have a passion for his sport responsibilities that include Bench Press, Push Pull, Stair Race and the Ultimate Firefighter, among other events. Jim has served as Chair for many subcommittees for the WPFGF and currently serves as the CPAF Marketing Committee Chairman.

In his free time, Jim likes to travel with his wife, Wendy, and spend time outdoors with his children and grandchildren. Jim believes in servant leadership and works to keep the athletes of the CPAF, USPFC and WPFG events his number one priority.