The Above the Fray Podcast on Blog Talk Radio is where talk about the news of the day taking into account the practical as well as the divine.
In the podcast we hope our analysis, of the news events and the changes taking place in society,will help you grow personally as well as professionally.
I practiced law for 13 years because I came to it as a calling and not as a business. When the passion was gone so was my ability to make the commitment good advocacy requires. I left the practice in search of that same feeling of purpose that had drawn me to it. I found that passion in using my God given gift of intuition to provide hope and inspiration to others through mentoring, coaching and speaking.
Having struggled myself through decades of confusion and depression, successfully masked by a “can do” exterior, I developed first hand insights and solutions to overcoming adversity. It’s sharing these insights and solutions that gives me the utmost pleasure by fulfilling what I believe to be my life’s purpose.
A lawyer by training, I know the seduction of logic and precedent. However, not thinking for ourselves leads to enslavement and political correctness in the absurd… at which we’ve arrived. As Gandhi said, “Be the change you wish to see in the world.” Be the individual in thought, word and deed that you were created to be.
There is only One of Us. The sooner we begin to fully comprehend out connectedness to one another, the sooner we can begin to repair the world.
I run a lead generation company based out of Austin. Over the past 15 years I worked in the financial industry as a commodities trader, bond broker, bond trader and salesman. The area that I mostly focused on was international finance in emerging markets.
Prior to my career in finance I was an infantry officer in the US Marine Corps and served in the 1st Gulf War. Given my background, I have a unique perspective on how the financial markets work especially as it relates to US foreign policy.
Given the enormous amount of upheaval that has taken place over the past few years, I hope to give our listeners a fresh perspective on the problems we are encountering today.