Monthly Archives: February 2017

The Comedy Coach: Industry legend and Comedy Guru, Neil Leiberman, Sheds Light On Life’s Ability To Provide Great Material & Keep Us Laughing



Neil Leiberman has made a career coaching people in Comedy. Known as The Comedy Coach, he has worked with some of  the  top comedians in the industry over the past 40 years and his clients have been on many popular shows including Saturday Night Live, Late Night with Conan O’Brien, The Mindy Project & Friends just to name a few.

As a writer Neil has sold two of his screen plays, writes for numerous national headliners, and is co-founder and senior Vice President of George Carlin’s Laugh.com, America’s premier comedy record company.

Visit www.comedycoach.com to learn more about Neil Leiberman


Dickheads & Debauchery: Former NYPD Detective Uses Humour To Talk About Mortality



Vic Ferrari is a former NYPD detective who grew up in the Bronx, NY. After seeing his fair share of horror, as well as stupidity, he turned to humour to capture his stories as well as advice on how to avoid meeting your maker. Check out our interview as we talk about the foolish things we did as kids, how we survived the 80s and how viewing our mortality through the lens of comedy can be food for the soul.


The American Dream Revisited: With Author Gary Sirak



The American Dream Revisited: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Results. A book that is turning skeptics of the American Dream into believers with inspirational stories about people who have overcome great challenges to reach their American Dream.

Gary Sirak uses everyday examples to show just how attainable and truly alive the American Dream is. It is not a far-fetched idea for novels and rare cases, but is something that everyone with a desire in their heart can strive to achieve. The stories in The American Dream Revisited are not get rich quick stories. They are stories of individuals who worked through hardships and challenges and were able to transform their dream into reality.


Called to Live: A Powerful & Uplifting Interview With Mental Health Advocate Nancy Virden



Interviewing someone about the suicide attempt and what happens after is one of the ways that I hope to help bring awareness to Mental Health & Wellness that so many of us struggle with in silence. Nancy Virden’s story of how she found the light within during her dark night of the soul is so inspiring because she speaks a truth that so many of us experience but either can find the words, don’t have the support to say or haven’t found the courage to come forward for fear of being ridiculed. It’s stories like Nancy’s, who captures it so eloquently in her book titled, Called to Live: A Chronicle of Recovery After Attempted Suicide, that paves the way for education and ally-ship around mental illness.


Learning to shovel the shift: Psychic Medium Tricia Carr shares her story of how she embraced her new life as a sensitive



There are a lot of terms we use in the spiritual community that explain our various stages of growth and development. One of those terms is experiencing a “shift.” These shifts come to us continually as life lessons where something within us changes and we often have a shift in consciousness. Instead of saying that “shit happens” we joke amongst each other that “shift happened,” because truthfully the emotions attached to these expressions often feel one in the same.

What do you do when you are faced with a life challenge that you don’t understand and has all of the characteristics of adversity? How do you learn from it? If you lean into the adversity how does it change your outlook? How do we become experts in shovelling the shift?

 Tricia Carr is an author and Healing Artist in Los Angeles, CA. She draws upon her gifts as an animal/nature communicator, medium and energy healer, Tricia works remotely with people and animals all over the world providing online classes and one-on-one services and coaching.
Tricia only opened up to her intuitive gifts two years ago and I had a great time interviewing her about how this new way of life came to be.