As we get older our life experience compounds and beliefs will be challenged. It takes courage to change your beliefs We all have permission to change our minds anytime we want. We are often afraid to admit our mind has changed.
By Seth Singleton https://radiopublic.com/storytelling-with-seth-6nPwKj/ep/s1!e842f The story of your company, your brand, your vision is the story of you. The story of how you turned a dream into something real and tangible. Anyone can have a dream. Bringing your dream to life is the story of changing the world. Namaste by Far I Shields Meet Far … Continue reading A DISCUSSION ABOUT SPIRITUAL FREEDOM AND THE SCOPE OF TIME with FAR I SHIELDS & GREEN TEAM COMICS
By Seth Singleton https://radiopublic.com/storytelling-with-seth-6nPwKj/ep/s1!edc0b Discovery is an original experience. I first experienced Jack Katz through his art. I saw a drawing that was hanging in the restroom at Sam’s Log Cabin in Albany, Ca. My wife and I had stopped in for breakfast. After we ordered our meal I used the restroom and saw the … Continue reading Jack Katz: On Creativity, Synchronicity, Fear, and Romantic Beauty and Human Tragedy
By Seth Singleton https://radiopublic.com/storytelling-with-seth-6nPwKj/ep/s1!65f17 We left the Peak for the comfort of our beds and a chance to sleep in for a few hours later than normal. Then we packed our bags and drove to the port and boarded a ferry to Macau. We checked in to our rooms at The Parisian before heading down … Continue reading My Hong Kong Travel Log: Part 2 – The Adventure Continues – From the Peak to Macau and Home
By Seth Singleton Doing the Hard Things It's not easy to talk about a subject like Self Acceptance. That's why it can help when you have a guide. I was lucky enough to meet Tara Massan. The Mission Her mission is to help others lead a healthier life. She was willing to share her experience … Continue reading Are You Ready to Join a Podcast Conversation On a Road to Self Acceptance with Tara Massan and Seth Singleton?
By Seth Singleton https://radiopublic.com/storytelling-with-seth-6nPwKj/ep/s1!e163a Adventure Somewhere in my 20's traveling became a frustrating juggling act of responsibility and money. Gone was the excitement of my childhood. But, with a little work and a lot of time spent realigning my perceptions I found my way back to the stories at the heart of every journey. That … Continue reading A Return to Adventure with My Hong Kong Travel Log: Part 1 – SFO To Sai Kung To Mon Kok to Sneaker Street and the Avenue of Comic Book Stars
It doesn't usually happen like this, but sometimes it doesBy Seth Singleton https://radiopublic.com/storytelling-with-seth-6nPwKj/ep/s1!99e5a It All Started With Two WordsI recorded this after I heard a news segment on MSNBC that addressed the topic of toxic masculinity and the announcement that Olympic gold-medalist Michael Phelps was promoting an app called TalkSpace that allowed him to discuss … Continue reading How Fallback Friday, Michael Phelps, and the Talk Therapy App turned into a Podcast about Defining and Describing Toxic Masculinity
By Seth Singleton Meeting Mike Grell I met Mike Grell at the Santa Rosa ToyCon in September. It was an unplanned trip and an unexpected meeting. When I turned a corner and saw him drawing an original Warlord commission I was starstruck. But the moment I stopped at his table to introduce myself Mike greeted me with … Continue reading A Story from Mike Grell about Green Arrow, The Longbow Hunters, and Frank Miller
https://radiopublic.com/storytelling-with-seth-6nPwKj/ep/s1!11d00 By Seth Singleton I went to a poetry reading on August 30th. I went to the reading to see two good friends Joseph Lease and Donna de la Perrière and to hear from a new poet named Natasha Saje from Utah. I think it's great to hear a different voice and hear her perspective. She called it … Continue reading That One Night a Poetry Reading was Drowned out by the Background noise of an Excited dog and other Distractions
https://radiopublic.com/storytelling-with-seth-6nPwKj/ep/s1!5482e By Seth Singleton It started on a Saturday morning. I didn't mean to watch the service for Senator John McCain, but when it came on I did not turn away. I didn't even change the channel. When I listened to his daughter and President George W. Bush and then President Barak Obama, I was … Continue reading Comicbook Superheroes, John McCain, Thor: Ragnarok, John Donne, and Standing to Face a Challenge