Upcoming Show Schedule
May 2nd – Josh Ubaldi
Personal Resistance – How you’re holding yourself back from what you want most.
May 9th – Kate Yanov
Are you living a life and aren’t happy with the direction you’re going? Do you hate your job and know there is something more out there? Are you willing to risk it all to be happy? Today guest did just that. Successful and talented Kate Yanov didn’t much enjoy her day to day life and choose to walk away from her job, her home and the life that had made her comfortable to move to Hawaii. Something there was calling her and she answered the call.
That was the first of many bold steps for Kate. Tune in and be inspired by Kate’s desire to explore her life and the world without a safety harness.
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May 30th – Meredith Maran
When your world turns upside down how to you gain your ground and start over again at a time when you thought you’d be settled, retiring and worry free? How do you come to grips with life changing events that make you want to run for cover and keep running away from the nightmare you never had until you were living it?
Today’s guest, Meredith Maran, found herself uprooted from her home and living on friends couches when her marriage broke apart and she needed to support herself. Returning to a traditional job at the age of 60 where youth prevailed she came face to face with a culture that considered her irrelevant.
It seems like our challenges come in waves and we don’t have time to adjust to one when we’re knocked down yet again. If you’re looking for inspiration to get back up and again and discover that there’s more to your life than the fall you’re not going to want to miss this show!
Bio: Like a lot of women her age, MEREDITH MARAN has a hard time believing she’s a woman of her age. And yet she’s published more than a dozen books, including The New Old Me, Why We Write About Ourselves, Why We Write, My Lie, and A Theory of Small Earthquakes. When she’s not hiking Mount Hollywood, attending readings at indie bookstores, or scouring Los Angeles’ finest thrift shops, she’s writing for venues including The New York Times, The Washington Post, The Christian Science Monitor, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Rumpus, and Salon. The grateful recipient of fellowships from MacDowell and Yaddo and a member of the National Book Critics Circle, Meredith lives in a Silver Lake bungalow that’s even older than she is.