title

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast

Matt Cubbler

0
Followers
0
Plays
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast

Matt Cubbler

0
Followers
0
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

An inspirational podcast, inspired by Matt Cubbler's "I Got You" Inspirational Speaking and Leadership Consulting Brand, that is dedicated to sharing the remarkable stories of selfless leaders who have lived truly memorable lives. This podcast will highlight their stories, share their journey's and inspire every listener to look into the mirror and ask themselves if they are putting everything they have into living out their "dash." Be ready to be transformed, uplifted and to feel the emotions in every episode!

Latest Episodes

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 56: Co-Host of 215 Live Podcast and former Philly PD Officer, John Crichton

In this special "crossover episode" - host, Matt Cubbler spends this episode speaking to the co-host of 215 Live, John Crichton about his journey in podcasting and all that entails, his career as a Philadelphia Police Officer and the state of sports in Philly! About 215 Live: Hosted by Frank Donahue and John Crichton. 215 Live is a weekly show giving you fan based opinions on the Philadelphia sports landscape with a little humor and ridiculousness added. Hear interviews each week with prominent names in the sports, media, and entertainment business. We air live every Monday night from 7-9pm live on the Squawkr app. You can also download us on all your favorite podcast platforms. Also, you can get show updates, info on giveaways and upcoming live events by following us at @_215live on twitter, 215 Live on Facebook and 215.live on Instagram. #YellowJacketMedia #SwarmBehavior

71 MIN3 days ago
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 56: Co-Host of 215 Live Podcast and former Philly PD Officer, John Crichton

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 55: 11 year NFL vet, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Todd Herremans

Selected in the fourth round of the 2005 draft pick out of Saginaw Valley State by the Philadelphia Eagles, Herremans played in 127 regular-season games (124 starts) and eight playoff games (all starts) as an Eagle, spanning the positions of left tackle, left guard, and right tackle. Herremans started four games at left tackle after former Pro Bowler Tra Thomas went down with a back injury late in the 2005 season. The Eagles moved Herremans to left guard in 2006, where he started all 16 games. He signed a five-year contract extension after the season after being part of an offensive line that allowed just 28 sacks in 2006, the fewest for the Eagles since 1981. When Herremans caught his November 2, 2008, touchdown pass against the Seattle Seahawks, he became the first offensive lineman for the Eagles to catch a touchdown pass since 1934, the franchise's second season. A left guard from 2006 to 2010, the Eagles move Herremans to right tackle for the 2011 season, and to right guard in 2013, where he spent his final two years with the Eagles. Herremans played his final season with the Indianapolis Colts in 2015. Herremans had 124 career starts over the course of 10 seasons, which ranks him sixth all-time among Eagles' offensive lineman. He is the only offensive lineman in franchise history to register two touchdown receptions (one-yard pass from QB Donovan McNabb in 2008 and a two-yard pass from Michael Vick in 2010). In 2012, Herremans founded The Herremans Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that provides resources and help for various charitable organizations, to effect positive change in local, national and global communities. Since retiring from the NFL, Herremans helped co-found Athletes For CARE, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating a community where all athletes can find support, opportunity, and purpose in life following a career in sports. Herremans is an advocate for medicinal cannabis as one of many wellness alternatives to traditional forms of pain management such as opioids, to treat chronic pain and sports-related injuries.

60 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 55: 11 year NFL vet, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Todd Herremans

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 54: Speaker, Life Coach, Mentor and Founder of Me Inc. Now, Charles Prinzen

Where I am now is no coincidence to where I have been, yes, I am a survivor! What have I survived, not war, not physical disabilities, but cycles of life. My story of abuse is no different than many others who have experienced abuse, the same torment, pain, feelings of loneliness and despair. So, the big question is why did I change? My journey from nothingness to a fulfilling life was not altered by one specific event, but a series of events over many years, change came one thought at a time. It was not till I was older that I could clearly see the past; they say that hindsight is twenty-twenty, mine was not, it was blurry. The first step to seeing the past clearly was when a kindhearted gift of love was given to me by a stranger. A stranger that chose to pull me into her household and show me that you can eat and sleep and play without fear, that you can share feeling with others, and that a hug is the best way to express how you feel about someone. This was something new to me, perhaps I was scared not knowing what was ahead as the only cycle of living I knew was ugliness. At the age of nine I tasted hard liquor for the first time. I knew what a broom handle felt like across my back, how my skin would react when hit from an open hand. Age sixteen I was enrolled in my twenty-fifth public school and this is the age where I found myself running away, not just from home, but everything. It is here where my transformation really begins. This is when I was first shown how a home should be, full of love. It took me a long time to realize that my opportunityfor change had been there, right there, all I had to do was to want it. Perhaps it is best of me to offer an analogy as to how my change occurred. If you think about life cycles, they are round and usually end up at the same point over and over, like a race track. When your cycle of life is good, there is no need to search for an off-ramp, you’re’already going down the “right” path. When on the wrong cycle of life for so long, the exits can become obscured due to hopelessness, you can only find an exit if you really want to change. I wanted to change and found an exit, I took the “right” turn to something better. Taking the “right” turn was very difficult to do, I realized, with time, that to set a new cycle of life I would have to clear up the past. Emotionally, I set my mind on forgiving the past and those who had hurt me. Standing at my step-father’s grave, I forgave him, it took every ounce of emotional strength that I had to do this, and I was completely drained of all energy. Immediately afterward, I felt something,something anew, the wheels of my life cycles had started to make the turn. As I reflect upon my cycles of life, the cycles of ugliness were clearly evident,the most obvious to me was with my biological father. I did not see him, hear from him, or have anycontact with him at all. I did not know from where I came or who I was, intellectually, emotionally, or physically. I quickly realized that Iwas doing the same to my daughter, cycles repeating cycles. Continuing forward I was going to do everything in my power to break this cycle, and I did. I re-connected with my daughter, provided financial and emotional support, and broke this cycle. Once this cycle had broken, others fell like dominos. My new cycles of life are extraordinary, a complete reversal of what my past had been. I ran a successful auto carrier company for twenty plus years. I worked my way up in this industry to become a union steward helping many other drivers find the success that I have had. Throughout this process the cycles of ugliness continued to be broken, so much so I wanted to give to others when I no longer was a truck driver. Knowing that my cycles of ugliness were mostly in my youth, this is where I sought to intervene. I interviewed for a position as a campus supervisor at a high school in northern California, and got it. Still I, working at a campus where I had only faltered

58 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 54: Speaker, Life Coach, Mentor and Founder of Me Inc. Now, Charles Prinzen

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 53: Speaker, TV, Radio and Podcast Host, Teresa Snider

My passion is being a Global Mastermind Leader. It allows me to work with like-minded people with a good heart and soul. We collaborate on a variety of business ideas and help the group as a whole to solve the current concerns or problems they are facing. I worked for Interim Healthcare for four years. The company was adding home hospice to their already successful home health division and needed someone with compassion, knowledge and a wide variety of contacts in the medical community. I have helped change the perception of home hospice and demonstrated to medical professionals, families and patients the benefits of hospice for those in need. While I worked at Pfizer, I completed many levels of professional training, launched several new products, served as a guest trainer for new hires, mentored many new hires and college students completing an internship, etc. I have won several sales awards, been a team leader at a local and area level and initiated new ideas and concepts at sal...

55 MINAUG 20
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 53: Speaker, TV, Radio and Podcast Host, Teresa Snider

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 52: Executive Producer of hit movie, "The Peanut Butter Falcon", Aaron Scotti

Aaron Scotti is a Producer at Armory Films, a film finance and production company that creates, develops, produces, and finances high concept and commercially viable content. Scotti teamed with Armory Films Co-Founders Chris Lemole and Tim Zajaros in 2016 and has since produced titles including: Brian Taylor’s Mom and Dad starring Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair; Joe Penna’s Arctic, starring Mads Mikkelsen which made its world premiere at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival where it was acquired by Bleeker Street for North American distribution; and The Peanut Butter Falcon starring Shia LeBeouf, Dakota Johnson, John Hawkes, John Bernthal, Bruce Dern, Thomas Hayden Church, Yelawolf, and introducing Zack Gottsagen. He is currently in production in Los Angeles on Charlie Day’s directorial debut El Tonto starring Day, Kate Beckinsale, Jason Sudeikis, John Malkovich, Edie Falco, Jillian Bell, Ken Jeong, Adrien Brody, Ray Liotta and Travis Fimmel, serving as an Executive Producer, with Armory ...

52 MINAUG 18
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 52: Executive Producer of hit movie, "The Peanut Butter Falcon", Aaron Scotti

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 51: College Football Coach, Author and MS Warrior, Frank Hickson

Frank Hickson brings over 30 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Flames' football coaching staff, including 11 years at the NCAA Division I-A level and 16 years as a running backs coach, the same position he oversaw as a part of the Flames' football program. Since joining the Flames' program, Hickson has continued the running back tradition at Liberty. He aided in the Flames finishing the 2004 season ranked 22nd in the nation in rushing (212.2 yards per game). He helped Dre Barnes finish as the school's all-time leading rushing in 2004 with 4,035 yards. Hickson was also instrumental in helping guide Liberty's newest "rising star" and current member of the Houston Texans, Samkon Gado, during his senior campaign, and Eugene Goodman of the AFL's Columbus Destroyers. In 2005, Hickson helped running back Zach Terrell become Liberty's first-ever Big South Rookie of the Year. Hickson instructed one of the best running back tandems in program history. Rashad Jennings became the s...

47 MINAUG 15
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 51: College Football Coach, Author and MS Warrior, Frank Hickson

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 50: Recap of the first 49 episodes

Matt used his 50th episode to recap his experience as a podcast host and where he is today in his personal and professional life.

21 MINAUG 13
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 50: Recap of the first 49 episodes

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 49: Former World Champion Boxing Legend, Kermit Cintron.

Kermit Cintron is the former IBF Welterweight Champion of the World who, at the height of his boxing career, was considered one of the best pound for pound boxers of this time. He fought some of the biggest names in boxing history, Antonio Margarito, Sergio Martinez, Paul Williams, Canelo Alvarez and Alfredo Angulo and fought for several world titles in both the welterweight and light middle weight weight classes. He was a regular featured boxer on HBO, ESPN and Showtime and fought several times on Pay Per View. He finished his boxing career with an impressive 39 wins, 6 losses and 3 draws. Kermit is married to his wife, Maria and they have 3 amazing children. Kermit resides in the Reading, PA area and helps his wife run their Yoga business.

61 MINAUG 1
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 49: Former World Champion Boxing Legend, Kermit Cintron.

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 48: Speaker, Anti-Bullying Expert and Family Trauma Resiliency Coach, Charlie Mickschl

After the tragic suicide of my son Kristopher, I found out that he was being bullied at school. I have invested $1000’s in self-improvement and development. To honor Kristopher, I has spent countless hours to figure out how I can make an immediate impact in the lives of children to get out of the negative states they are in and release the negative trauma from their past. I have spent a significant amount of my time to incorporating a parenting program to help parents release the traumas in their lives while improving communications with their children at the same time giving them the skills, they need to help their children deal with the issues in their lives. My one-on-one coaching sessions have impacted 1000’s of lives. I have dedicated his life to the betterment of healing of families and children. I have leveraged myself to becoming one of the best neuro-associative conditioning coaches for children and families. I am a practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, I speciali...

58 MINJUL 30
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 48: Speaker, Anti-Bullying Expert and Family Trauma Resiliency Coach, Charlie Mickschl

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 47: Attorney, High School Teacher and Divorce Transition Expert, Regina De Angelis

I am an attorney and mediator with 18 years of family law experience. My personal life transitions as well as my own divorce inspired me to offer guidance and support as a divorce coach to those in the midst of, or contemplating that difficult decision. My combined experiences reinforced my beliefs that divorce, while closing one chapter, is the start of an exciting new story. Divorce, approached from the perspective of a "family transition," can enable you, your ex-spouse, and most importantly, your children, to emerge healthy and optimistic about your future.

62 MINJUL 23
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 47: Attorney, High School Teacher and Divorce Transition Expert, Regina De Angelis

Latest Episodes

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 56: Co-Host of 215 Live Podcast and former Philly PD Officer, John Crichton

In this special "crossover episode" - host, Matt Cubbler spends this episode speaking to the co-host of 215 Live, John Crichton about his journey in podcasting and all that entails, his career as a Philadelphia Police Officer and the state of sports in Philly! About 215 Live: Hosted by Frank Donahue and John Crichton. 215 Live is a weekly show giving you fan based opinions on the Philadelphia sports landscape with a little humor and ridiculousness added. Hear interviews each week with prominent names in the sports, media, and entertainment business. We air live every Monday night from 7-9pm live on the Squawkr app. You can also download us on all your favorite podcast platforms. Also, you can get show updates, info on giveaways and upcoming live events by following us at @_215live on twitter, 215 Live on Facebook and 215.live on Instagram. #YellowJacketMedia #SwarmBehavior

71 MIN3 days ago
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 56: Co-Host of 215 Live Podcast and former Philly PD Officer, John Crichton

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 55: 11 year NFL vet, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Todd Herremans

Selected in the fourth round of the 2005 draft pick out of Saginaw Valley State by the Philadelphia Eagles, Herremans played in 127 regular-season games (124 starts) and eight playoff games (all starts) as an Eagle, spanning the positions of left tackle, left guard, and right tackle. Herremans started four games at left tackle after former Pro Bowler Tra Thomas went down with a back injury late in the 2005 season. The Eagles moved Herremans to left guard in 2006, where he started all 16 games. He signed a five-year contract extension after the season after being part of an offensive line that allowed just 28 sacks in 2006, the fewest for the Eagles since 1981. When Herremans caught his November 2, 2008, touchdown pass against the Seattle Seahawks, he became the first offensive lineman for the Eagles to catch a touchdown pass since 1934, the franchise's second season. A left guard from 2006 to 2010, the Eagles move Herremans to right tackle for the 2011 season, and to right guard in 2013, where he spent his final two years with the Eagles. Herremans played his final season with the Indianapolis Colts in 2015. Herremans had 124 career starts over the course of 10 seasons, which ranks him sixth all-time among Eagles' offensive lineman. He is the only offensive lineman in franchise history to register two touchdown receptions (one-yard pass from QB Donovan McNabb in 2008 and a two-yard pass from Michael Vick in 2010). In 2012, Herremans founded The Herremans Foundation, a not-for-profit organization that provides resources and help for various charitable organizations, to effect positive change in local, national and global communities. Since retiring from the NFL, Herremans helped co-found Athletes For CARE, a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating a community where all athletes can find support, opportunity, and purpose in life following a career in sports. Herremans is an advocate for medicinal cannabis as one of many wellness alternatives to traditional forms of pain management such as opioids, to treat chronic pain and sports-related injuries.

60 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 55: 11 year NFL vet, philanthropist and entrepreneur, Todd Herremans

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 54: Speaker, Life Coach, Mentor and Founder of Me Inc. Now, Charles Prinzen

Where I am now is no coincidence to where I have been, yes, I am a survivor! What have I survived, not war, not physical disabilities, but cycles of life. My story of abuse is no different than many others who have experienced abuse, the same torment, pain, feelings of loneliness and despair. So, the big question is why did I change? My journey from nothingness to a fulfilling life was not altered by one specific event, but a series of events over many years, change came one thought at a time. It was not till I was older that I could clearly see the past; they say that hindsight is twenty-twenty, mine was not, it was blurry. The first step to seeing the past clearly was when a kindhearted gift of love was given to me by a stranger. A stranger that chose to pull me into her household and show me that you can eat and sleep and play without fear, that you can share feeling with others, and that a hug is the best way to express how you feel about someone. This was something new to me, perhaps I was scared not knowing what was ahead as the only cycle of living I knew was ugliness. At the age of nine I tasted hard liquor for the first time. I knew what a broom handle felt like across my back, how my skin would react when hit from an open hand. Age sixteen I was enrolled in my twenty-fifth public school and this is the age where I found myself running away, not just from home, but everything. It is here where my transformation really begins. This is when I was first shown how a home should be, full of love. It took me a long time to realize that my opportunityfor change had been there, right there, all I had to do was to want it. Perhaps it is best of me to offer an analogy as to how my change occurred. If you think about life cycles, they are round and usually end up at the same point over and over, like a race track. When your cycle of life is good, there is no need to search for an off-ramp, you’re’already going down the “right” path. When on the wrong cycle of life for so long, the exits can become obscured due to hopelessness, you can only find an exit if you really want to change. I wanted to change and found an exit, I took the “right” turn to something better. Taking the “right” turn was very difficult to do, I realized, with time, that to set a new cycle of life I would have to clear up the past. Emotionally, I set my mind on forgiving the past and those who had hurt me. Standing at my step-father’s grave, I forgave him, it took every ounce of emotional strength that I had to do this, and I was completely drained of all energy. Immediately afterward, I felt something,something anew, the wheels of my life cycles had started to make the turn. As I reflect upon my cycles of life, the cycles of ugliness were clearly evident,the most obvious to me was with my biological father. I did not see him, hear from him, or have anycontact with him at all. I did not know from where I came or who I was, intellectually, emotionally, or physically. I quickly realized that Iwas doing the same to my daughter, cycles repeating cycles. Continuing forward I was going to do everything in my power to break this cycle, and I did. I re-connected with my daughter, provided financial and emotional support, and broke this cycle. Once this cycle had broken, others fell like dominos. My new cycles of life are extraordinary, a complete reversal of what my past had been. I ran a successful auto carrier company for twenty plus years. I worked my way up in this industry to become a union steward helping many other drivers find the success that I have had. Throughout this process the cycles of ugliness continued to be broken, so much so I wanted to give to others when I no longer was a truck driver. Knowing that my cycles of ugliness were mostly in my youth, this is where I sought to intervene. I interviewed for a position as a campus supervisor at a high school in northern California, and got it. Still I, working at a campus where I had only faltered

58 MIN2 weeks ago
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 54: Speaker, Life Coach, Mentor and Founder of Me Inc. Now, Charles Prinzen

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 53: Speaker, TV, Radio and Podcast Host, Teresa Snider

My passion is being a Global Mastermind Leader. It allows me to work with like-minded people with a good heart and soul. We collaborate on a variety of business ideas and help the group as a whole to solve the current concerns or problems they are facing. I worked for Interim Healthcare for four years. The company was adding home hospice to their already successful home health division and needed someone with compassion, knowledge and a wide variety of contacts in the medical community. I have helped change the perception of home hospice and demonstrated to medical professionals, families and patients the benefits of hospice for those in need. While I worked at Pfizer, I completed many levels of professional training, launched several new products, served as a guest trainer for new hires, mentored many new hires and college students completing an internship, etc. I have won several sales awards, been a team leader at a local and area level and initiated new ideas and concepts at sal...

55 MINAUG 20
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 53: Speaker, TV, Radio and Podcast Host, Teresa Snider

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 52: Executive Producer of hit movie, "The Peanut Butter Falcon", Aaron Scotti

Aaron Scotti is a Producer at Armory Films, a film finance and production company that creates, develops, produces, and finances high concept and commercially viable content. Scotti teamed with Armory Films Co-Founders Chris Lemole and Tim Zajaros in 2016 and has since produced titles including: Brian Taylor’s Mom and Dad starring Nicolas Cage and Selma Blair; Joe Penna’s Arctic, starring Mads Mikkelsen which made its world premiere at the 2018 Cannes Film Festival where it was acquired by Bleeker Street for North American distribution; and The Peanut Butter Falcon starring Shia LeBeouf, Dakota Johnson, John Hawkes, John Bernthal, Bruce Dern, Thomas Hayden Church, Yelawolf, and introducing Zack Gottsagen. He is currently in production in Los Angeles on Charlie Day’s directorial debut El Tonto starring Day, Kate Beckinsale, Jason Sudeikis, John Malkovich, Edie Falco, Jillian Bell, Ken Jeong, Adrien Brody, Ray Liotta and Travis Fimmel, serving as an Executive Producer, with Armory ...

52 MINAUG 18
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 52: Executive Producer of hit movie, "The Peanut Butter Falcon", Aaron Scotti

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 51: College Football Coach, Author and MS Warrior, Frank Hickson

Frank Hickson brings over 30 years of collegiate coaching experience to the Flames' football coaching staff, including 11 years at the NCAA Division I-A level and 16 years as a running backs coach, the same position he oversaw as a part of the Flames' football program. Since joining the Flames' program, Hickson has continued the running back tradition at Liberty. He aided in the Flames finishing the 2004 season ranked 22nd in the nation in rushing (212.2 yards per game). He helped Dre Barnes finish as the school's all-time leading rushing in 2004 with 4,035 yards. Hickson was also instrumental in helping guide Liberty's newest "rising star" and current member of the Houston Texans, Samkon Gado, during his senior campaign, and Eugene Goodman of the AFL's Columbus Destroyers. In 2005, Hickson helped running back Zach Terrell become Liberty's first-ever Big South Rookie of the Year. Hickson instructed one of the best running back tandems in program history. Rashad Jennings became the s...

47 MINAUG 15
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 51: College Football Coach, Author and MS Warrior, Frank Hickson

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 50: Recap of the first 49 episodes

Matt used his 50th episode to recap his experience as a podcast host and where he is today in his personal and professional life.

21 MINAUG 13
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 50: Recap of the first 49 episodes

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 49: Former World Champion Boxing Legend, Kermit Cintron.

Kermit Cintron is the former IBF Welterweight Champion of the World who, at the height of his boxing career, was considered one of the best pound for pound boxers of this time. He fought some of the biggest names in boxing history, Antonio Margarito, Sergio Martinez, Paul Williams, Canelo Alvarez and Alfredo Angulo and fought for several world titles in both the welterweight and light middle weight weight classes. He was a regular featured boxer on HBO, ESPN and Showtime and fought several times on Pay Per View. He finished his boxing career with an impressive 39 wins, 6 losses and 3 draws. Kermit is married to his wife, Maria and they have 3 amazing children. Kermit resides in the Reading, PA area and helps his wife run their Yoga business.

61 MINAUG 1
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 49: Former World Champion Boxing Legend, Kermit Cintron.

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 48: Speaker, Anti-Bullying Expert and Family Trauma Resiliency Coach, Charlie Mickschl

After the tragic suicide of my son Kristopher, I found out that he was being bullied at school. I have invested $1000’s in self-improvement and development. To honor Kristopher, I has spent countless hours to figure out how I can make an immediate impact in the lives of children to get out of the negative states they are in and release the negative trauma from their past. I have spent a significant amount of my time to incorporating a parenting program to help parents release the traumas in their lives while improving communications with their children at the same time giving them the skills, they need to help their children deal with the issues in their lives. My one-on-one coaching sessions have impacted 1000’s of lives. I have dedicated his life to the betterment of healing of families and children. I have leveraged myself to becoming one of the best neuro-associative conditioning coaches for children and families. I am a practitioner of Neuro-Linguistic Programming, I speciali...

58 MINJUL 30
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 48: Speaker, Anti-Bullying Expert and Family Trauma Resiliency Coach, Charlie Mickschl

Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 47: Attorney, High School Teacher and Divorce Transition Expert, Regina De Angelis

I am an attorney and mediator with 18 years of family law experience. My personal life transitions as well as my own divorce inspired me to offer guidance and support as a divorce coach to those in the midst of, or contemplating that difficult decision. My combined experiences reinforced my beliefs that divorce, while closing one chapter, is the start of an exciting new story. Divorce, approached from the perspective of a "family transition," can enable you, your ex-spouse, and most importantly, your children, to emerge healthy and optimistic about your future.

62 MINJUL 23
Comments
Two Dates and a Dash Podcast Episode 47: Attorney, High School Teacher and Divorce Transition Expert, Regina De Angelis