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Kenneth Cheadle is a certified Life/Career Coach and an Amazon Best Selling Author, best known for The Millennial Takeover book. As a successful businessman in Corporate America, Kenneth has made it his mission to help others become just as successful while overcomingtheir adversities. In this show, he interviews others who share their stories, truths, and insights about the different types of adversities that we all face. In doing so, we hope to provide tools as well as encourage, motivate and inspire people to persevere through anything and achieve the success they desire.

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Ep.42 - Rising Up From The Bottom with Myron McCant aka Coach Mac

There is something quite unique about the entrepreneurial spirit: it is the ability to keep striving even if all is lost. In today’s The Adverse Effect, we talk to Myron McCant who had it all — family, business, cars, house — until one day, when it all came crashing down. Learn how Myron made it back from having to live in his brother’s basement to founding, with his wife Penny, the first 24-hour childcare facility in Kansas City — Kiddie Depot1. But this is not where the story ends. With 400 children on the waiting list, Myron and Penny have since begun the new journey to opening Kiddie Depot Learning Center. Doubling as the site of a pediatric clinic, it will provide a space for parents to conveniently access routine check-ups and urgent care needs for their children. “I have to keep telling myself, there’s a lot of people depending on you and so that dull ax will knock the tree down if you continue chopping.”— Myron McCant. Today on The Adverse Effect: Myron discusses his early years growing up and his career. Hear how he went from the good life to losing it all. Myron talks about the struggles he had to face and overcome in order to survive. Discover how Myron cultivated the appropriate mindset and the tools he used. Learn about Myron’s and Penny’s new project. Connect with Myron McCant: The Kiddie Depot Learning Center Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Get 15% off goodies at our store by subscribing! All you have to do is leave a review and email or DM for your promo code. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon.

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Ep.42 - Rising Up From The Bottom with Myron McCant aka Coach Mac

Ep.41 - How To Get Happy with Gina Gardiner

Gina realized her self-worth when she became a teacher at 21, becoming the youngest Head Teacher at the largest school in her district. However, a terrifying fall on a ski trip left Gina with what she thought was only a concussion; she did not know that her injuries were far more serious and would require the use of a wheelchair, in some capacity, throughout her life. On today’s The Adverse Effect, we will hear how Gina tackled challenges in her new role as Head Teacher while navigating her new life as a wheelchair user. Learn how Gina reinvented herself after leaving her position as Head Teacher to become a no. 1 bestselling author and motivational speaker; empowering leaders and their teams to work smarter and think strategically. “It’s not the challenge that defines us, it’s what we do with that challenge, it’s how we approach it.” — Gina Gardiner Today on The Adverse Effect: Discussing the parallels between the UK and the US. Discrimination in the working environment. Learning to reinvent yourself and harness opportunities. Gina discusses her membership group and development program. Gina takes us through the 5 important pathways. Discover Gina’s Happiness Challenge — a tool to get back to a happier place. Resources Mentioned: Thriving Not Surviving: The 5 Secret Pathways To Happiness, Success and Fulfilment by Gina Gardiner. No 1 International bestseller Chariots On Fire: The WINNING FORMULA FOR HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS Connect with Gina Gardiner: Thrive Together Tribe Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to give us a high rating on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Get 15% off goodies at our store by subscribing! All you have to do is leave a review and email or DM for your promo code. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon.

55 MIN1 w ago
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Ep.41 - How To Get Happy with Gina Gardiner

Ep.40 - Following Your Entrepreneurial Spirit with Chris Goode

In today’s episode of The Adverse Effect, we talk to Chris Goode on his journey to becoming the founder of Kansas City’s No 1 health food establishment: Ruby Jean’s Juicery. After making his way up to a high-flying position, he was happy for a while, but it still felt like he was in a mental cubicle — something was missing. Chris knew he wanted to create a legacy that encapsulated his late grandmother Ruby Jean. She had played such a pivotal role in his life, but her untimely death from diabetes left Chris with a desire to make a difference in the lives of others. He also knew that he really liked juice... It was July 25th, 2015, when Ruby Jean’s Juicery opened. Join us as we discuss the emotional grand opening, and learn some great tips for budding entrepreneurs. “I was emotional, I was happy, scared but we opened and hit the ground running.” — Chris Goode Today on The Adverse Effect: ● Hear about the most influential people in Chris’s life as he grew up. ● Learn more ab...

57 MIN2 w ago
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Ep.40 - Following Your Entrepreneurial Spirit with Chris Goode

Ep.39 - Having a Relationship with Yourself and Others with Jasmin Terrany

It can seem challenging to counter the fast-paced world that is life. Changing your “normal” to find balance, and the confidence to make positive lifestyle choices, mentally, physically and emotionally, can seem daunting. In today’s episode, we meet New-York born, Miami-based Jasmin Terrany. Holding two master’s degrees from Columbia University, she is the inventor of Life Therapy, a combination of psychotherapy and coaching plus mindfulness and meditation with Eastern spiritual practices. Join Ken and Jasmin as they take the audience through the inner and outer space of meditation, the seemly dwindling art of communication and tips for singles on finding the right partner for you. “Meditation is simply taking a moment to pause from your life and to look within.”— Jasmin Terrany Today on The Adverse Effect: Jasmin gives some insight into her background. Discover some great lessons on meditation. Learn the 5 fundamental connections you can make with a potential partner. Tips and advice on how to move from single life to a relationship. Resources Mentioned: Extraordinary Mommy- book by Jasmin Terrany Connect with Jasmin Terrany: Jasmin Terrany.Com Jasmin Terrany on Facebook Jasmin Terrany on Twitter Jasmin Terrany on Instagram Jasmin Terrany on YouTube Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Get 15% off goodies at our store by subscribing! All you have to do is leave a review and email or DM for your promo code. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up to date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon.

51 MIN3 w ago
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Ep.39 - Having a Relationship with Yourself and Others with Jasmin Terrany

Ep.38 - Cultivating a Wealth Mindset with Violette de Ayala

Violette de Ayala is this week's guest. Using her ‘super talent,’ she is helping others move from poverty to a wealthy mindset. A Cuban-American social entrepreneur, founder of FemCity and virtual mentor to over 20,000 women, Violette has been quoted in Success, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Yahoo Small Business and Business Insider News as a small business expert. Together, Ken and Violette provide some valuable tips on breaking free from poverty and developing a wealthy mindset by sharing their own personal stories, from childhood to their ever-continuing journey. Violette shares the importance of taking action, not waiting for the right circumstances to present themselves and the significance of networking. Listen for the three important features that characterize a wealthy mindset and discover the all-important formula to deciding your business or side hustle. “When you talk about poverty mindset and wealth mindset...you have to make the decision that this is not what you signed up for and there is something greater for you” — Violette de Ayala Today on The Adverse Effect: Violette de Ayala shares valuable insights into what inspired her to help others achieve a wealth mindset. Learn what a wealth mindset is. Hear about the importance of getting out of your comfort zone and the importance of meeting new people. Find out how you can shift your mindset from poverty to wealth. Unearth the formula to deciding your business or side hustle. Discover where Femcity is now. Connect with Violette de Ayala: Visit FemCity FemCity on Facebook FemCity on Twitter FemCity on Instagram Violette de Ayala on Facebook Violette de Ayala on Twitter Violette de Ayala on Instagram Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Get 15% off goodies at our store by subscribing! All you have to do is leave a review and email or DM for your promo code. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you. The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon.

55 MINOCT 15
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Ep.38 - Cultivating a Wealth Mindset with Violette de Ayala

Ep.37 - Attacking Adversity with Vision & Commitment with Micah Thomas

“If I have a goal, I start from the bottom line.” Micah Thomas Jr., IFBB pro bodybuilder, mechanical engineer, athlete, father, and goal crusher The Conversation: Moving Forward 1% Each Day In this episode, we talk with the multi-talented Micah Thomas Jr. Besides being a personal friend of Kenneth, Micah has experienced an amazing career that evolved from athlete to pro bodybuilder to mechanical engineer to future Mr. Olympian. Micah shares how he developed the mindset that allowed him to chase down any dream in his path. He shares how his childhood prepared him to show up ready for adversity and how failure taught him to move through insecurities and setbacks. Find out why Micah says faith and moving the needle 1% in your goals is the key to conquering your dreams faster than ever. , Insights: Growing up with a father with a no-quit attitude The impact of losing your mother at a pivotal age Why you shouldn’t be in competitive mode ALL the time Living a busy life with the right focus and intensity Why your goal should be YOUR goal, not someone else's Why you need a standard to keep track of your goals Moving forward when you don’t feel like you’re moving at all Why you shouldn't flip flop on your goals...but you should adapt your strategy The process of achieving your goals...when most people are stuck chasing dreams Tapping into your faith to fuel your dreams Other Quotes: “We would practice before practice.” “I’ve always been enamored of being an anomaly.”. “I love people telling me what I can’t do.” “You gotta love the process.” “From a very young age, I already knew what I wanted to be.” “Sometimes in order to get better, you gotta get worse.” “We can learn anything from even the worst person.” The Homework: Take less than twenty minutes to reprogram your mind in these 4 steps: 5 minutes: Write down one goal that you have never achieved. 5 minutes: For the goal you listed, write down every excuse or obstacle that stood in your way. 5 minutes: Read these excuses and obstacles out loud to yourself. Notice how you feel while reading them. 5 minutes: Take one of the obstacles or excuses from your list and commit to a minimum of 5 minutes tomorrow proving that excuse wrong. If you’re comfortable, share your excuse (and your victory) with the hashtag: #Workingtheprocess About Our Guest: Micah Thomas, Jr. is an athlete turned IFBB pro bodybuilder, mechanical engineer, and father who also holds an MBA. Instagram Facebook

56 MINOCT 8
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Ep.37 - Attacking Adversity with Vision & Commitment with Micah Thomas

Ep.36 - Decoding Dyslexia with Winifred A. Winston

Winifred A. Winston is a dyslexia consultant, author, speaker and coach. She is on a mission to educate, empower and equip African American parents with the tools to successfully advocate for their children with dyslexia and other learning difficulties. On today's episode, Winifred talks about how she used her steely determination to obtain a diagnosis for her daughter and find a way to get her the support she needed. She also shares an insightful look into dyslexia, shattering some of the myths about this learning difficulty. Outside of work, Winifred is a volunteer state leader with Decoding Dyslexia MD, and co-founder of the Baltimore City Chapter, a grassroots parent advocacy and support group for parents and children. She is also an administrator of a special education school and founder of Dyslexia Advocation. “Go to meetings, call, research, read. I fell asleep listening to podcasts, listening to webinars about dyslexia just so I could learn, because at the end of the day, y...

64 MINOCT 1
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Ep.36 - Decoding Dyslexia with Winifred A. Winston

Ep.35 - After the Fire: From Fire Survivor to Fire Advocate with Shawn Simmons

Being a burn survivor has many challenges: many people see the physical scars, however, there are also mental and emotional scars, which can be even more difficult to accept.ShawnSimmons was an inner-city youth from Newark, New Jersey who, despite violence, drugs and bad influences in his neighborhood, used education as a tool to get out of those conditions. As a first-generation college student, Shawnattended Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ in the fall of 1999 on a full-ride scholarship. It would be the morning of January 19, 2000 whilst Shawn and roommate Alvaro Llanos slept, that a drunken fraternity prank gone wrong would change their lives and futures forever. When two fraternity college students set fire to a banner on a bulletin board and slipped away without pulling any alarms or alerting residents, no one could have foreseen the devastation this one act would result in. Three students perished and 58 others were injured due to their actions;Shawnand Alvaro were amongst the most severely burned and injured, almost losing their lives. Today, Shawnand Alvaro travel the country speaking to college and high school students about the most difficult time of their lives and the importance of fire safety and prevention, both, on and off campus. Their story is one of overcoming adversity — becoming comfortable in their burned skin — and how their bond with each other helped them get their lives back. It's also a journey of forgiveness towards the individuals convicted of starting the fire. “I always tell people that...a burn survivor or any survivor of any type of accident or any type of illness is still a human being.” — Shawn Simmons “I always tell people, if you see a burn survivor — if you're curious to know what happened to that person — ask them their story, they’ll most likely open up.” - Shawn Simmons “Our scars are our story, so if you want to know my story and you see my scars, just ask me.” - Shawn Simmons “... the question comes — if you could have changed the direction in which you went to avoid the fire would you have done it and I always answer...absolutely not. I always feel if we didn’t go that way, if we would have made the left instead of made the right, I wouldn’t be here to share this journey right now and I survived for a reason.” - Shawn Simmons “You can never know what your adversity is going to be, but it's how you persevere through your adversity.” - Shawn Simmons “I survived because the fire inside me burned brighter than the fire around me.” - Shawn Simmons Today on The Adverse Effect: Shawn talks about his journey out of the inner city and adjusting to the diversity of college campus life. Listen as Shawn retells the harrowing events on the night of the fire. Hear about some of the difficulties people encounter in supporting a burn survivor. Discover some of the positives that resulted from Shawn’s tragedy. Shawn shares his unexpected journey into becoming an inspiring national speaker and advocate for fire safety. We leave with a surprise guest. The Homework: Take less than 30 minutes today to change your perspective: 5 minutes: Watch a clip from the movie “After the Fire”, which covered the incident. (Caution: Some scenes might be too realistic for younger children 5 more minutes: Review the Healthy Children website on burn safety. Make one change to make your home a safer place. 5 more minutes: Take a quiz on burn safety and treatment. For any questions that you got wrong or were unsure about, find a website to get more information. 11 minutes: Watch an interview with Shawn Simons and Alvaro Llanos. 2 minutes: See what the sprinkler laws are in your state. Resources Mentioned: The Ready Foundation "After the Fire: A True Story of Friendship and Survival" by Robin Gaby Fisher - New York Times Bestseller Documentary "After the Fire: A Story of Heroes and Cowards" directed by Guido Verweyen. Connect with Shawn Simmons: Alvaro and Shawn’s website Alvaro and Shawn on Instagr

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Ep.35 - After the Fire: From Fire Survivor to Fire Advocate with Shawn Simmons

Ep.34 - Uncovering Human Trafficking with Nancy Hartwell

Human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar international industry. The State Department estimates there are 30 million people living in slavery or slave-type conditions across the world. In today’s hard-hitting episode of The Adverse Effect, we speak to Nancy Hartwell, an internationally recognized authority on human trafficking and the twenty-first-century slave trade. She has carried out 719 radio and TV interviews in 30 countries trying to educate people about this harrowing subject and has written a series of three "faction" books featuring the victims of this crime. This mouth-dropping episode is an education into the mafia factions behind this highly organized industry. With eye-opening accounts, Nancy gives details of just how widespread trafficking is, both domestically and internationally. Listen to some shocking revelations of states that serve as trafficking headquarters. This is an important episode showing some of the predatory techniques used to entrap vulnerable people and useful tips on how to safeguard your family against internet crime and exploitation. “After illegal drugs, human trafficking is the biggest criminal enterprise on the planet.” — Nancy Hartwell Today on The Adverse Effect: ● Nancy details the organizations behind trafficking including who they target and how they operate. ● Listen to what is being done to tackle trafficking. ● Hear about Nancy's book, Harem Slave, which reached number 7 on Amazon. ● Nancy describes techniques that predators use and key ways to safeguard your family. ● What you can do to help? Resources Mentioned: ● Harem Slave - by Nancy Hartwell ● Prince Ibrahim’s Harem ● Voices from the Harem Connect with Nancy Hartwell: ● Nancy Hartwell’s website Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon

46 MINSEP 17
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Ep.34 - Uncovering Human Trafficking with Nancy Hartwell

Ep.33 - A Blind View with Ashley Wayne

Navigating the minefield of parenting throws up its daily challenges, but what if your children are blind ... and you are too? In today's episode, Ken Cheadle explores the world of Ashley Wayne, a wife, mother and writer who happens to be totally blind. She and her sighted husband are raising two internationally adopted blind children and are in the middle of their third international adoption. Born in Florida but now living in Utah, ocean-loving Ashley recalls the anguish her parents faced with her early arrival — followed by the heartbreaking revelation that in the three months after coming home from the neonatal intensive care unit she had become blind. Ken delves into Ashley’s school days, from attending a public high school to the not-so-smooth introduction of her now husband. Intrigued? Join Ken and guest Ashley Wayne as they discuss overcoming the processes of international adoption, caring for children with special needs and how to treat someone who may be blind at … The Adverse Effect. “Asking for help does not make you weak or less of a person, it just makes you human.” — Ashley Wayne Today on The Adverse Effect: Learn how Ashley’s parents dealt with her early arrival and the discovery that their beloved new baby had become blind. Hear how Ashley negotiated her school years. Discover her battle through the international adoption process while also dealing with discrimination. Find out about the challenges and the beauty of living with children with special needs. Listen to Ashley share techniques on how to avoid the victim mentality and some useful tips on how to speak to someone else who is blind. Connect with Ashley Wayne: Read her blog @ Life the Braille Edition A Blind View on Facebook Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect Podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon

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Latest Episodes

Ep.42 - Rising Up From The Bottom with Myron McCant aka Coach Mac

There is something quite unique about the entrepreneurial spirit: it is the ability to keep striving even if all is lost. In today’s The Adverse Effect, we talk to Myron McCant who had it all — family, business, cars, house — until one day, when it all came crashing down. Learn how Myron made it back from having to live in his brother’s basement to founding, with his wife Penny, the first 24-hour childcare facility in Kansas City — Kiddie Depot1. But this is not where the story ends. With 400 children on the waiting list, Myron and Penny have since begun the new journey to opening Kiddie Depot Learning Center. Doubling as the site of a pediatric clinic, it will provide a space for parents to conveniently access routine check-ups and urgent care needs for their children. “I have to keep telling myself, there’s a lot of people depending on you and so that dull ax will knock the tree down if you continue chopping.”— Myron McCant. Today on The Adverse Effect: Myron discusses his early years growing up and his career. Hear how he went from the good life to losing it all. Myron talks about the struggles he had to face and overcome in order to survive. Discover how Myron cultivated the appropriate mindset and the tools he used. Learn about Myron’s and Penny’s new project. Connect with Myron McCant: The Kiddie Depot Learning Center Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Get 15% off goodies at our store by subscribing! All you have to do is leave a review and email or DM for your promo code. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon.

59 MIN1 d ago
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Ep.42 - Rising Up From The Bottom with Myron McCant aka Coach Mac

Ep.41 - How To Get Happy with Gina Gardiner

Gina realized her self-worth when she became a teacher at 21, becoming the youngest Head Teacher at the largest school in her district. However, a terrifying fall on a ski trip left Gina with what she thought was only a concussion; she did not know that her injuries were far more serious and would require the use of a wheelchair, in some capacity, throughout her life. On today’s The Adverse Effect, we will hear how Gina tackled challenges in her new role as Head Teacher while navigating her new life as a wheelchair user. Learn how Gina reinvented herself after leaving her position as Head Teacher to become a no. 1 bestselling author and motivational speaker; empowering leaders and their teams to work smarter and think strategically. “It’s not the challenge that defines us, it’s what we do with that challenge, it’s how we approach it.” — Gina Gardiner Today on The Adverse Effect: Discussing the parallels between the UK and the US. Discrimination in the working environment. Learning to reinvent yourself and harness opportunities. Gina discusses her membership group and development program. Gina takes us through the 5 important pathways. Discover Gina’s Happiness Challenge — a tool to get back to a happier place. Resources Mentioned: Thriving Not Surviving: The 5 Secret Pathways To Happiness, Success and Fulfilment by Gina Gardiner. No 1 International bestseller Chariots On Fire: The WINNING FORMULA FOR HAPPINESS AND SUCCESS Connect with Gina Gardiner: Thrive Together Tribe Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to give us a high rating on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Get 15% off goodies at our store by subscribing! All you have to do is leave a review and email or DM for your promo code. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon.

55 MIN1 w ago
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Ep.41 - How To Get Happy with Gina Gardiner

Ep.40 - Following Your Entrepreneurial Spirit with Chris Goode

In today’s episode of The Adverse Effect, we talk to Chris Goode on his journey to becoming the founder of Kansas City’s No 1 health food establishment: Ruby Jean’s Juicery. After making his way up to a high-flying position, he was happy for a while, but it still felt like he was in a mental cubicle — something was missing. Chris knew he wanted to create a legacy that encapsulated his late grandmother Ruby Jean. She had played such a pivotal role in his life, but her untimely death from diabetes left Chris with a desire to make a difference in the lives of others. He also knew that he really liked juice... It was July 25th, 2015, when Ruby Jean’s Juicery opened. Join us as we discuss the emotional grand opening, and learn some great tips for budding entrepreneurs. “I was emotional, I was happy, scared but we opened and hit the ground running.” — Chris Goode Today on The Adverse Effect: ● Hear about the most influential people in Chris’s life as he grew up. ● Learn more ab...

57 MIN2 w ago
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Ep.40 - Following Your Entrepreneurial Spirit with Chris Goode

Ep.39 - Having a Relationship with Yourself and Others with Jasmin Terrany

It can seem challenging to counter the fast-paced world that is life. Changing your “normal” to find balance, and the confidence to make positive lifestyle choices, mentally, physically and emotionally, can seem daunting. In today’s episode, we meet New-York born, Miami-based Jasmin Terrany. Holding two master’s degrees from Columbia University, she is the inventor of Life Therapy, a combination of psychotherapy and coaching plus mindfulness and meditation with Eastern spiritual practices. Join Ken and Jasmin as they take the audience through the inner and outer space of meditation, the seemly dwindling art of communication and tips for singles on finding the right partner for you. “Meditation is simply taking a moment to pause from your life and to look within.”— Jasmin Terrany Today on The Adverse Effect: Jasmin gives some insight into her background. Discover some great lessons on meditation. Learn the 5 fundamental connections you can make with a potential partner. Tips and advice on how to move from single life to a relationship. Resources Mentioned: Extraordinary Mommy- book by Jasmin Terrany Connect with Jasmin Terrany: Jasmin Terrany.Com Jasmin Terrany on Facebook Jasmin Terrany on Twitter Jasmin Terrany on Instagram Jasmin Terrany on YouTube Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Get 15% off goodies at our store by subscribing! All you have to do is leave a review and email or DM for your promo code. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up to date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon.

51 MIN3 w ago
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Ep.39 - Having a Relationship with Yourself and Others with Jasmin Terrany

Ep.38 - Cultivating a Wealth Mindset with Violette de Ayala

Violette de Ayala is this week's guest. Using her ‘super talent,’ she is helping others move from poverty to a wealthy mindset. A Cuban-American social entrepreneur, founder of FemCity and virtual mentor to over 20,000 women, Violette has been quoted in Success, Entrepreneur, CNBC, Yahoo Small Business and Business Insider News as a small business expert. Together, Ken and Violette provide some valuable tips on breaking free from poverty and developing a wealthy mindset by sharing their own personal stories, from childhood to their ever-continuing journey. Violette shares the importance of taking action, not waiting for the right circumstances to present themselves and the significance of networking. Listen for the three important features that characterize a wealthy mindset and discover the all-important formula to deciding your business or side hustle. “When you talk about poverty mindset and wealth mindset...you have to make the decision that this is not what you signed up for and there is something greater for you” — Violette de Ayala Today on The Adverse Effect: Violette de Ayala shares valuable insights into what inspired her to help others achieve a wealth mindset. Learn what a wealth mindset is. Hear about the importance of getting out of your comfort zone and the importance of meeting new people. Find out how you can shift your mindset from poverty to wealth. Unearth the formula to deciding your business or side hustle. Discover where Femcity is now. Connect with Violette de Ayala: Visit FemCity FemCity on Facebook FemCity on Twitter FemCity on Instagram Violette de Ayala on Facebook Violette de Ayala on Twitter Violette de Ayala on Instagram Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Get 15% off goodies at our store by subscribing! All you have to do is leave a review and email or DM for your promo code. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you. The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon.

55 MINOCT 15
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Ep.38 - Cultivating a Wealth Mindset with Violette de Ayala

Ep.37 - Attacking Adversity with Vision & Commitment with Micah Thomas

“If I have a goal, I start from the bottom line.” Micah Thomas Jr., IFBB pro bodybuilder, mechanical engineer, athlete, father, and goal crusher The Conversation: Moving Forward 1% Each Day In this episode, we talk with the multi-talented Micah Thomas Jr. Besides being a personal friend of Kenneth, Micah has experienced an amazing career that evolved from athlete to pro bodybuilder to mechanical engineer to future Mr. Olympian. Micah shares how he developed the mindset that allowed him to chase down any dream in his path. He shares how his childhood prepared him to show up ready for adversity and how failure taught him to move through insecurities and setbacks. Find out why Micah says faith and moving the needle 1% in your goals is the key to conquering your dreams faster than ever. , Insights: Growing up with a father with a no-quit attitude The impact of losing your mother at a pivotal age Why you shouldn’t be in competitive mode ALL the time Living a busy life with the right focus and intensity Why your goal should be YOUR goal, not someone else's Why you need a standard to keep track of your goals Moving forward when you don’t feel like you’re moving at all Why you shouldn't flip flop on your goals...but you should adapt your strategy The process of achieving your goals...when most people are stuck chasing dreams Tapping into your faith to fuel your dreams Other Quotes: “We would practice before practice.” “I’ve always been enamored of being an anomaly.”. “I love people telling me what I can’t do.” “You gotta love the process.” “From a very young age, I already knew what I wanted to be.” “Sometimes in order to get better, you gotta get worse.” “We can learn anything from even the worst person.” The Homework: Take less than twenty minutes to reprogram your mind in these 4 steps: 5 minutes: Write down one goal that you have never achieved. 5 minutes: For the goal you listed, write down every excuse or obstacle that stood in your way. 5 minutes: Read these excuses and obstacles out loud to yourself. Notice how you feel while reading them. 5 minutes: Take one of the obstacles or excuses from your list and commit to a minimum of 5 minutes tomorrow proving that excuse wrong. If you’re comfortable, share your excuse (and your victory) with the hashtag: #Workingtheprocess About Our Guest: Micah Thomas, Jr. is an athlete turned IFBB pro bodybuilder, mechanical engineer, and father who also holds an MBA. Instagram Facebook

56 MINOCT 8
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Ep.37 - Attacking Adversity with Vision & Commitment with Micah Thomas

Ep.36 - Decoding Dyslexia with Winifred A. Winston

Winifred A. Winston is a dyslexia consultant, author, speaker and coach. She is on a mission to educate, empower and equip African American parents with the tools to successfully advocate for their children with dyslexia and other learning difficulties. On today's episode, Winifred talks about how she used her steely determination to obtain a diagnosis for her daughter and find a way to get her the support she needed. She also shares an insightful look into dyslexia, shattering some of the myths about this learning difficulty. Outside of work, Winifred is a volunteer state leader with Decoding Dyslexia MD, and co-founder of the Baltimore City Chapter, a grassroots parent advocacy and support group for parents and children. She is also an administrator of a special education school and founder of Dyslexia Advocation. “Go to meetings, call, research, read. I fell asleep listening to podcasts, listening to webinars about dyslexia just so I could learn, because at the end of the day, y...

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Ep.36 - Decoding Dyslexia with Winifred A. Winston

Ep.35 - After the Fire: From Fire Survivor to Fire Advocate with Shawn Simmons

Being a burn survivor has many challenges: many people see the physical scars, however, there are also mental and emotional scars, which can be even more difficult to accept.ShawnSimmons was an inner-city youth from Newark, New Jersey who, despite violence, drugs and bad influences in his neighborhood, used education as a tool to get out of those conditions. As a first-generation college student, Shawnattended Seton Hall University in South Orange, NJ in the fall of 1999 on a full-ride scholarship. It would be the morning of January 19, 2000 whilst Shawn and roommate Alvaro Llanos slept, that a drunken fraternity prank gone wrong would change their lives and futures forever. When two fraternity college students set fire to a banner on a bulletin board and slipped away without pulling any alarms or alerting residents, no one could have foreseen the devastation this one act would result in. Three students perished and 58 others were injured due to their actions;Shawnand Alvaro were amongst the most severely burned and injured, almost losing their lives. Today, Shawnand Alvaro travel the country speaking to college and high school students about the most difficult time of their lives and the importance of fire safety and prevention, both, on and off campus. Their story is one of overcoming adversity — becoming comfortable in their burned skin — and how their bond with each other helped them get their lives back. It's also a journey of forgiveness towards the individuals convicted of starting the fire. “I always tell people that...a burn survivor or any survivor of any type of accident or any type of illness is still a human being.” — Shawn Simmons “I always tell people, if you see a burn survivor — if you're curious to know what happened to that person — ask them their story, they’ll most likely open up.” - Shawn Simmons “Our scars are our story, so if you want to know my story and you see my scars, just ask me.” - Shawn Simmons “... the question comes — if you could have changed the direction in which you went to avoid the fire would you have done it and I always answer...absolutely not. I always feel if we didn’t go that way, if we would have made the left instead of made the right, I wouldn’t be here to share this journey right now and I survived for a reason.” - Shawn Simmons “You can never know what your adversity is going to be, but it's how you persevere through your adversity.” - Shawn Simmons “I survived because the fire inside me burned brighter than the fire around me.” - Shawn Simmons Today on The Adverse Effect: Shawn talks about his journey out of the inner city and adjusting to the diversity of college campus life. Listen as Shawn retells the harrowing events on the night of the fire. Hear about some of the difficulties people encounter in supporting a burn survivor. Discover some of the positives that resulted from Shawn’s tragedy. Shawn shares his unexpected journey into becoming an inspiring national speaker and advocate for fire safety. We leave with a surprise guest. The Homework: Take less than 30 minutes today to change your perspective: 5 minutes: Watch a clip from the movie “After the Fire”, which covered the incident. (Caution: Some scenes might be too realistic for younger children 5 more minutes: Review the Healthy Children website on burn safety. Make one change to make your home a safer place. 5 more minutes: Take a quiz on burn safety and treatment. For any questions that you got wrong or were unsure about, find a website to get more information. 11 minutes: Watch an interview with Shawn Simons and Alvaro Llanos. 2 minutes: See what the sprinkler laws are in your state. Resources Mentioned: The Ready Foundation "After the Fire: A True Story of Friendship and Survival" by Robin Gaby Fisher - New York Times Bestseller Documentary "After the Fire: A Story of Heroes and Cowards" directed by Guido Verweyen. Connect with Shawn Simmons: Alvaro and Shawn’s website Alvaro and Shawn on Instagr

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Ep.35 - After the Fire: From Fire Survivor to Fire Advocate with Shawn Simmons

Ep.34 - Uncovering Human Trafficking with Nancy Hartwell

Human trafficking is a multi-billion dollar international industry. The State Department estimates there are 30 million people living in slavery or slave-type conditions across the world. In today’s hard-hitting episode of The Adverse Effect, we speak to Nancy Hartwell, an internationally recognized authority on human trafficking and the twenty-first-century slave trade. She has carried out 719 radio and TV interviews in 30 countries trying to educate people about this harrowing subject and has written a series of three "faction" books featuring the victims of this crime. This mouth-dropping episode is an education into the mafia factions behind this highly organized industry. With eye-opening accounts, Nancy gives details of just how widespread trafficking is, both domestically and internationally. Listen to some shocking revelations of states that serve as trafficking headquarters. This is an important episode showing some of the predatory techniques used to entrap vulnerable people and useful tips on how to safeguard your family against internet crime and exploitation. “After illegal drugs, human trafficking is the biggest criminal enterprise on the planet.” — Nancy Hartwell Today on The Adverse Effect: ● Nancy details the organizations behind trafficking including who they target and how they operate. ● Listen to what is being done to tackle trafficking. ● Hear about Nancy's book, Harem Slave, which reached number 7 on Amazon. ● Nancy describes techniques that predators use and key ways to safeguard your family. ● What you can do to help? Resources Mentioned: ● Harem Slave - by Nancy Hartwell ● Prince Ibrahim’s Harem ● Voices from the Harem Connect with Nancy Hartwell: ● Nancy Hartwell’s website Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon

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Ep.34 - Uncovering Human Trafficking with Nancy Hartwell

Ep.33 - A Blind View with Ashley Wayne

Navigating the minefield of parenting throws up its daily challenges, but what if your children are blind ... and you are too? In today's episode, Ken Cheadle explores the world of Ashley Wayne, a wife, mother and writer who happens to be totally blind. She and her sighted husband are raising two internationally adopted blind children and are in the middle of their third international adoption. Born in Florida but now living in Utah, ocean-loving Ashley recalls the anguish her parents faced with her early arrival — followed by the heartbreaking revelation that in the three months after coming home from the neonatal intensive care unit she had become blind. Ken delves into Ashley’s school days, from attending a public high school to the not-so-smooth introduction of her now husband. Intrigued? Join Ken and guest Ashley Wayne as they discuss overcoming the processes of international adoption, caring for children with special needs and how to treat someone who may be blind at … The Adverse Effect. “Asking for help does not make you weak or less of a person, it just makes you human.” — Ashley Wayne Today on The Adverse Effect: Learn how Ashley’s parents dealt with her early arrival and the discovery that their beloved new baby had become blind. Hear how Ashley negotiated her school years. Discover her battle through the international adoption process while also dealing with discrimination. Find out about the challenges and the beauty of living with children with special needs. Listen to Ashley share techniques on how to avoid the victim mentality and some useful tips on how to speak to someone else who is blind. Connect with Ashley Wayne: Read her blog @ Life the Braille Edition A Blind View on Facebook Thanks for tuning in! Thank you for joining us on today’s episode of The Adverse Effect! If you like what you hear, remember to rate us highly on Apple Podcasts or wherever you get your podcasts. Don’t forget to check out our website, or hang out with us on Twitter to stay up-to-date on what’s in store for you! The Adverse Effect Podcast with Ken Cheadle is proudly produced by Podcast Wagon

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Ep.33 - A Blind View with Ashley Wayne
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