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A frank and open talk show about dealing with the common issues every human encounters throughout life in a practical, down-to-earth way.

Latest Episodes

SuddenlyHuman: An open discussion about life and the world

Unlike our usual topic-driven epicodes, our hosts will discuss the current issues of life and the state of the world (such as it is). Join Jon and Stephen at 5:00pm GMT (12:00pm Eastern in USA/Canada) to call in and share your take on things.

107 MIN2016 JAN 25
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SuddenlyHuman: An open discussion about life and the world

SuddenlyHuman: Excuses and Reasons

It’s easy to lay blame in order to avoid doing something we know we need––and and in some cases want––to do in everyday life. Yet, when is what we’re blaming a legitimate reason and when is it just an excuse? How can we recognize the difference? And if it’s an excuse, how do we motivate ourselves to overcoming the excuse and take action?Join Jon and Stephen onBlogTalkRadio.com/suddenlyhumanat 6:00PM GMT(1:00PM EDT in US/Canada) on Friday, 16 October 2015, as they discuss excuses and reasons.

92 MIN2015 OCT 17
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SuddenlyHuman: Excuses and Reasons

SuddenHUMAN: Action or Intention––which is more important?

A corporation helps to rebuild a nation after a war or natural disaster. The locals clearly benefit from and participate in the rebuilding––so the action is good––but the corporation makes multiple millions in revenue from the project and only engaged in the effort because of the huge profits––so their intention is purely selfish. Which is more important, the outcome or the intention? The leader of one nation declares war on another nation purely for the purpose of destroying a safe haven for terrorists who are using it as a base for attacking and killing the first nation’s people, but the second nation and its people are totally devastated as a result of the war. Again, which is more important, the intention or the outcome? Join Stephen and Jon on Saturday, 11 July 2015 at 10:00am US Eastern time (3:00pm GMT) as they discuss action versus intention.

62 MIN2015 JUL 11
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SuddenHUMAN: Action or Intention––which is more important?

SuddenlyHUMAN: getting Unstuck in life

You know how easy it is to get stuck in a situation and feel as if you can’t get away from it––like a bad relationships, family obligations, debt, deadend job, a career that no longer inspires us, socal responsibilities, etc. Sometimes we just fall into a rut and stay there because we simply don't see a way out. It's then that we realizeour hopes and dreams aregoingunfulfilled. Getting unstuck isn't always easy, but it can be done––andwe're going to talk about that. Join our hosts, Jon and Stephen, on Saturday, 13 June 2015 at 3:00PM GMT (10:00AM EDT) as that share how to get unstuck in life.

92 MIN2015 JUN 13
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SuddenlyHUMAN: getting Unstuck in life

SuddenlyHUMAN: The Power of Gratitude

Ever heard the “Gratitude is the Attitude!” New Age mantra? Or how about, “Be grateful for what you have”? With gems like that gratitude sounds either like a luxury of the rich or like meaningless gibberish to most people, since we can all have plenty to complain about. Being grateful doesn’t mean settling for less. Yet the recurrent theme of gratefulness could have something more fundamental and useful at its core. How can something as intangible as gratitude, gratefulness, appreciation, contentment, and satisfaction be a useful, powerful tool we can use in everyday life? To find out please join our hosts, Jon and Stephen, this Saturday, May 9, 2015, as they discuss using the power of gratitude to improve our lives and the life of others.

91 MIN2015 MAY 9
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SuddenlyHUMAN: The Power of Gratitude
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Latest Episodes

SuddenlyHuman: An open discussion about life and the world

Unlike our usual topic-driven epicodes, our hosts will discuss the current issues of life and the state of the world (such as it is). Join Jon and Stephen at 5:00pm GMT (12:00pm Eastern in USA/Canada) to call in and share your take on things.

107 MIN2016 JAN 25
Comments
SuddenlyHuman: An open discussion about life and the world

SuddenlyHuman: Excuses and Reasons

It’s easy to lay blame in order to avoid doing something we know we need––and and in some cases want––to do in everyday life. Yet, when is what we’re blaming a legitimate reason and when is it just an excuse? How can we recognize the difference? And if it’s an excuse, how do we motivate ourselves to overcoming the excuse and take action?Join Jon and Stephen onBlogTalkRadio.com/suddenlyhumanat 6:00PM GMT(1:00PM EDT in US/Canada) on Friday, 16 October 2015, as they discuss excuses and reasons.

92 MIN2015 OCT 17
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SuddenlyHuman: Excuses and Reasons

SuddenHUMAN: Action or Intention––which is more important?

A corporation helps to rebuild a nation after a war or natural disaster. The locals clearly benefit from and participate in the rebuilding––so the action is good––but the corporation makes multiple millions in revenue from the project and only engaged in the effort because of the huge profits––so their intention is purely selfish. Which is more important, the outcome or the intention? The leader of one nation declares war on another nation purely for the purpose of destroying a safe haven for terrorists who are using it as a base for attacking and killing the first nation’s people, but the second nation and its people are totally devastated as a result of the war. Again, which is more important, the intention or the outcome? Join Stephen and Jon on Saturday, 11 July 2015 at 10:00am US Eastern time (3:00pm GMT) as they discuss action versus intention.

62 MIN2015 JUL 11
Comments
SuddenHUMAN: Action or Intention––which is more important?

SuddenlyHUMAN: getting Unstuck in life

You know how easy it is to get stuck in a situation and feel as if you can’t get away from it––like a bad relationships, family obligations, debt, deadend job, a career that no longer inspires us, socal responsibilities, etc. Sometimes we just fall into a rut and stay there because we simply don't see a way out. It's then that we realizeour hopes and dreams aregoingunfulfilled. Getting unstuck isn't always easy, but it can be done––andwe're going to talk about that. Join our hosts, Jon and Stephen, on Saturday, 13 June 2015 at 3:00PM GMT (10:00AM EDT) as that share how to get unstuck in life.

92 MIN2015 JUN 13
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SuddenlyHUMAN: getting Unstuck in life

SuddenlyHUMAN: The Power of Gratitude

Ever heard the “Gratitude is the Attitude!” New Age mantra? Or how about, “Be grateful for what you have”? With gems like that gratitude sounds either like a luxury of the rich or like meaningless gibberish to most people, since we can all have plenty to complain about. Being grateful doesn’t mean settling for less. Yet the recurrent theme of gratefulness could have something more fundamental and useful at its core. How can something as intangible as gratitude, gratefulness, appreciation, contentment, and satisfaction be a useful, powerful tool we can use in everyday life? To find out please join our hosts, Jon and Stephen, this Saturday, May 9, 2015, as they discuss using the power of gratitude to improve our lives and the life of others.

91 MIN2015 MAY 9
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SuddenlyHUMAN: The Power of Gratitude
the END
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