Happy Valentine's Day! For those who celebrate V-Day and for those who don't, this special BONUS EPISODE will encourage you and love on you as well.
Speaking of Valentine's day, we'd like to send some love to James Kocian, for always letting us use his cool music. In this episode we used "Bed Reflective" and "Bumper 1". Check out more of his amazing stuff here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
Find out one of the biggest things Tony has learned after 50 years of living as we celebrate his 50th birthday.
I'd also like to give a shout out to James Kocian, once again, for the use of his really cool song "Still A Kid". Check out more of his amazing stuff here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
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Have you ever felt like bad parent? How does one you know if they are a good parent or not? Listen as Tony and Stevo talk about parenting after dropping their boys off at college.
How are you like Martin Luther King Jr? Listen and find out.
Thank you James Kocian, for letting us use "Personal Reflection" and "Another Perfect Day". Show some love to James and check out more of his amazing music here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
How to talk about problems and actually inspire others. In fact, if we followed this principle we could actually change the way social media works. This week's episode was not only inspired by a set of pillars at Chicago's own O'Hare international airport, it was recorded there as well.
Taking the Happy in Holidays and making it the Happy in Life
The songs we use in this episode are "Whatever Happened to Christmas" by Frank Sinatra and "Christmas Can't Be Very Far Away" by Amy Grant. We don't own the rights to either.
I'd also like to give some shout outs to Ian Anderson for the use of "Old School" and James Kocian for "Still A Kid". Check out more of Jame's stuff here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
Here is the direct link to our Happier Holidays videos I talked about https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLy0nhMPs1f8zFVDmcHTfNvLoj438iH71c
HAPPY NEW YEAR! So, what in the world does Auld Lang Syne even mean? Listen and find out. Also find out some great life changing tips on making New Year's Resolutions.
The songs we use in this episode are "Auld Lang Syne" by Straight No Chaser and "Auld Lang Syne" by Darren Motamedy. We don't own the rights to either.
We also used "Bumper 1" with the permission of James Kocian, who actually wrote it for Happy Life Studios. Please help us thank him by checking out more of his stuff here www.JamesKocian.com or here www.Facebook.com/jameskocianmusic
Happy Christmas Eve! Have a Silent Night and sleep in Heavenly Peace.
An insurance salesman, an ugly sickness and a beautiful song??? A baby, a barn, and a cow trough with hay??? It just doesn't make any sense. No wonder William Dix asked "What Child Is This".
Here is the link of the video we talked about with Stevo as baby Jesus in the Nativity set. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8HwauJLkIOE&index=38&list=PLy0nhMPs1f8zFVDmcHTfNvLoj438iH71c
Here is the link to the podcast about Tony's amazing brother Daniel we mentioned. Powerful Man Powerful Story HL111
The songs we use in this episode are "What Child Is This (Remix)" by Elizabeth Chan, "What Child Is This" by The Piano Guys and "What Child Is This" by The New England Children's Chorus & Orchestra from one of my favorite Christmas albums "A Choral Christmas; Christmas Magic". We don't own the rights to any of them.
Many of our simple, childish and fun Christmas songs were actually birthed out of difficulty, heartache and even tragedy. Believe it or not, "Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer" is one with quite the history behind it. If you like the song or the movie, you're going to want to listen to this.