No Judgment, No Shame

   Majet Reyes is a trauma therapist who believes therapy should be normalized.  Therapists are objective people that allow people to share with no judgment and no shame. About Majet Maria Reyes or Majet, is a pre-licensed professional counselor with a master of science degree in community and trauma counseling from Jefferson University. A …

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Majet Reyes is a trauma therapist who believes therapy should be normalized because therapists are objective and clients can share with no judgement and no shame. The graphic has a black and white photo of Majet and a quote from the episode.

Public Relations and Crisis Planning

About Gina Rubel, Esq. Corporate and law firm leaders call on Gina for high-stakes public relations, crisis planning, and incident response support including high profile litigation media relations. One of the most widely acknowledged experts on legal marketing and law firm public relations, Gina is a sought-after speaker and media expert. Listed among the Lawdragon …

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Gina Rubel is a public relations and crisis planning expert. I interviewed her on The Second Phase podcast. On the graphic I have two images of Gina, one smiling and looking at the camera and the other looking off to the side speaking to someone.

Helping Entrepreneurs so They Can Help Others

Episode 14 – Jennie Schottmiller is helping entrepreneurs so they can help others. About Jennie Jennie Schottmiller is a licensed marriage and family therapist (LMFT) and licensed Certified Public Accountant (CPA) in Pennsylvania. She operates a private practice in the suburbs of Philadelphia. First Phase In 2007, Jennie left the accounting world after personal events …

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Jennie Schottmiller is a cpa and therapist who is helping people so they can help others. This is the graphic for the second phase podcast. there are two pictures of Jennie and dollar signs because she teaches people how to do their business finances.


Discernment: The ability to judge well. A Girl Named Blake I recently listened to episode 58 of Confessions of a Crappy Christian.  The episode was titled Discernment Matters.  It really got me thinking. Blake addressed discernment from a Christian point of view and really diving in to discerning the content we consume and evaluating what influencers …

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This Thursday Thoughts episode is all about discernment. We must discern the content we consume so as not to compare ourselves with others.

The Impossible is Possible

 Episode 12 I interview Tommy Smith whose survived and thrived because he believes the impossible is possible. Man Plans and God Laughs is just one line of humor in Tommy’s book of survival. About Tommy W. Thomas Smith, aka Tommy, is a graduate of St. Louis College of Pharmacy, my alma mater.He began his …

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Tommy Smith suffered from bacterial meningitis and lost his hands and feet. That didn't stop him. On the podcast graphic is a photo of Tommy and a still-life of antique photography bottles and a prescription box

Sisterhood to Servitude

  MaryKay Meeks-Hank shares her journey from serving in sisterhood to servitude for the marginalized population of East Germantown, a suburb of Philadelphia. About Mary Kay Mary Kay Meeks Hank is a former nun who turned adjunct professor at LaSalle University where she taught on marriage and family, sociology of work, work and family and …

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Episode 11 MaryKay Meeks-Hank tells her journey from Sisterhood to Servitude, from Nun to Executive.
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