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Dare To Dream Guest, TOM KENYON April 21, 2024
Tom Kenyon is a bridge between ancient wisdom and modern science, using sound, music, and channeling to uplift and heal.

My guest Tom Kenyon is one of the most respected sound healers in the world today. Tom Kenyon is a teacher, musician, composer, and esoteric book author. He holds a master's degree in psychological counseling, having worked as a private psychological counselor for thirty years. He is also a channel for the Hathors, Masters of Love and Sound. Tom’s unbelievable four octave voice is his predominant instrument. Every sound you hear on a Tom Kenyon CD or tape is created by Tom as musician, singer, and shaman. Tom teaches in Intensive formats throughout the world.  Tom’s life’s studies and many lifetimes allow him to move with equal facility between Tibetan Buddhism, Egyptian High Alchemy, Taoism, and Hinduism, and the sciences relative to each. He is the author of “Brain States” and a few other books, including “The Manuscript of Mary Magdalene” and “The Hathors.” Tom has created over a hundred psycho-acoustic recordings and programs. 

Responder Resilience Guest, Chief David Motes and Marie Gumá April 17, 2024
Acting Fire Chief and Founder, Command Counseling

Acting Fire Chief David Motes has served over 33 years with Clay County, Florida, starting his career as a paramedic and Volunteer Firefighter, and later rising through the career ranks in Clay County Fire Rescue.  Chief Motes has served as the Acting Fire Chief / Director of Public Safety since December 2018 when Fire Chief Lorin Mock was called to County Administration. Public Safety is an all-hazards agency and includes 300 sworn personnel spread across the 640 miles of Clay County in 12 Stations. 
 

Marie G. Guma holds a master’s in clinical psychology. With an avid interest in addressing the psychological needs of first responders, Marie attended and later contributed to the Florida Firefighters Safety and Health Collaborative's Clinician Training and Management between 2017 and 2020. Her dedication was underscored by her role in the Clinician Response Team for Coral Springs Parkland Fire Rescue during the Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School tragedy.
 

In October 2019, the untimely passing of Alvis Fernandez, a revered firefighter from Boynton Beach, sent shockwaves through all who had the privilege to know him. During a series of station visits spearheaded by an IAFF peer support team from Orlando Fire, Scott Weeks, the Fire Union President of Boynton Beach, recognized the need for dedicated mental health services. He turned to Marie and said, "We need you here." This call to action prompted Marie to introduce the Command Counseling Center (CCC) to Boynton Beach, a venture she was inspired to create after observing the third-party counseling collaborations at the Orange County Fire Authority in California and understanding exactly what these industries needed to move from a reactive culture to a preventative one. 


By 2021, CCC witnessed unprecedented growth, securing contracts with departments spanning from Miami Dade to Jacksonville, FL.


An accomplished educator and speaker on mental health, Marie has presented nationwide. She has co-authored a chapter on the subject and is presently pursuing a doctoral degree in Higher Education and Leadership at Gwynedd Mercy University, anticipating graduation in March 2025.

The Sports Doctor Guest, Dr Rachel Hughes April 17, 2024
New York Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellow

New York Pediatric Hematology/Oncology Fellow 

The Sports Doctor Guest, Joel Franco April 17, 2024
Owner at Chesapeake Films, Director/Producer of “ Youth Sports in America-A documentary film- What’s behind a $15 Billion Industry”

Joel Franco tells compelling stories with an elegant voice, a crisp Italian sensibility and beautiful pictures. Franco’s experience, vision and intensity bring leadership, heart, and an eye for detail to his films. His understanding of the human condition and his passion for authenticity combine to create artistic, highly commercial works that draw the audience in and make them feel. Franco’s genuine desire to protect the integrity of each story and to bring out the best in the actors and crew have made him a trusted source for getting the job done. Colleagues trust his refreshing character and understand that he is a man of commitment and does what he says he will do, when he says he will do it.



Joel Franco was born in Italy and came to the United States in his late teens where he quickly immersed himself in American culture and film. According to Franco, “I have always admired American films. The American school of acting has a long history of producing great actors and I wanted to be a part of the world of film–a place where captivating stories are unveiled. The creation of film plays into my strengths: I love that magic is the result of the creative process. There must be passion to nurture the momentum of the story. And one must have intense focus to get the job done.” 



Influenced by American filmmaker Sidney Lumet for his vigorous storytelling and Italian director Robert Rossellini for his social realism, Franco is dedicated to staying true to the story in a fast paced, realistic and refined style. 



In 2006, Franco partnered with Solidaris LLC to found Chesapeake Films, LLC. Chesapeake Films has option agreements to produce several feature films and plans to produce two features per year in-house and to collaborate with established film companies for additional opportunities.



Joel Franco is a graduate of University of Maryland/Baltimore, a graduate of the USC-Universal Producing and Directing Program, and holds an M.F.A. in film production from the School of Film and Television at Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles.

joelfranco@youthsports-themovie.com

The Bev Moore Show Guest, Virginia Bennett April 12, 2024
Author

Virginia Bennett
Author of Snowed

Bio 

Stunning Memoir Of A Woman Who Loves A Pathological Liar Champions The Cause Of Millions Of Women Trapped In An Unhealthy Relationship

“In a candid memoir, a middle-aged woman traces the trajectory of her addictive relationship with a manipulative sociopath…. A chilling dissection of entrapment in and escape from an abusive relationship….. Virginia realized that her marriage was not sustainable and Liam was a danger to her family’s livelihood and her own emotional stability. But getting away from an experienced schemer who had embedded himself in her life and her heart would not be easy. Bennett’s memoir of her painful second marriage is honest and intimately revealing. As the details of Liam’s abuses mount, it becomes increasingly hard to understand why Virginia doesn’t end the relationship much sooner, but she does a skillful job of conveying the isolation and loss of personal power women experienced in emotionally abusive marriages.”

What would you do if you were a 40ish single mother of two while busy helping to run a large family farm, and you enjoyed a blind date with a good-looking, smooth-talking, charismatic guy? What if he makes you feel protected, loved, and desired in bed? If you were Virginia Bennett, you would marry him – and then you would see your life nearly get ruined for welcoming a pathological liar into your family.

Snowed, penned by Virginia, is her raw, honest, and engrossing tale of love gone so very wrong, revealing how millions of women like her get lured into the controlling, manipulative, and abusive arms of men. Her now ex-husband, Liam, is one such man.

“I could have lost it all – my family, the land, and my relationship with God,” writes Virginia.

“I almost lost it to a person who violated my code of ethics, fabricated his credentials, and whose words meant absolutely nothing,” writes Virginia. “Someone who seemed so polite and educated, and yet, underneath it all, was deceptive and nefarious. During the latter days of our marriage, and on the brink of divorce, Liam O’Connor had made me feel so bad about my family loyalty. He scorned me as if I were doing something wrong to have chosen my family and inheritance over him. In the end, though, I made the right choice. I chose blood and land.”

Her story is a warning shot to women: know who you are getting into bed with. Literally.

When Virginia, the heir to a large family farm, meets Liam, a handsome, engaging forty-something, on a blind date, she falls for his good looks and charisma. Their shared background in farming brings them together, but after they get married, Virginia notices that something is amiss. As Liam asserts his authority on the farm, leading to conflict with her father, Virginia is unsure who to trust. She ultimately uncovers the truth of who Liam is and the secrets of his past. In this thought-provoking memoir, Virginia reveals how she overcame betrayal, offering poignant insights into pathological love relationships. 

This memoir captures the essence of what it means to be snowed. She wed a con man of the heart, leaving her to feel she never really knew him. Their dysfunctional relationship made her feel she married an impostor.