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Deborah Kobylt LIVE

Feb 28, 2024

Entrepreneur Sigmar Berg was living the life, with a successful career and social life, only to wake up one day and decide he needed to change the direction he was headed and lead from the heart. So he made some big changes, and wrote about it in
his book, “One Journey, The Lovetuner Book.”

Sigmar starts by saying,...

Feb 28, 2024

When Dr. Esther Zeledon came to the United States with her parents from Nicaragua
when she was a little girl, she aspired for the “American Dream,” or so she was told.
But she nearly died as a child, bills mounted up for her family, and she quickly realized
it wasn’t so easy on this side of the border to make ends...

Feb 21, 2024

Please welcome to our show my dear friend, Ann Potenza, who is bringing an exceptional play to life in Los Angeles for the upcoming Women’s History Month, called “The War of Roses - The Women. The Voices. The Vote.”

This is an important play that talks about the women suffragettes, and the play follows some of the...

Feb 21, 2024

Every child, teen, or adult interacts with the world in their own unique way, yet we’ve gotten to the point in our society where labels are commonplace and often people spend years at the doctor’s office looking for a solution to have they navigate in the world. And that can lead to misdiagnosis, and pills...

Feb 7, 2024

It takes GUTS to be a 16-year-old waitress at Denny’s and decide at age 23 that you were going to own the place. And that’s just what Dawn Lafreeda did. Cut to a few decades later, and Dawn is now the largest female-owned restaurant franchisee in the U.S., with 80 Denny’s in her portfolio.

But her road to success...