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First of all, the music in today's show -->> #superdope. Thanks, producer. it’s February, which probably means you’re already slippin’ on that grand resolution you made at the first of the year. Although Esther goes off a time or two in this episode, we promise it won't hurt too bad. So, no worries - we’ll get you back on track in no time flat.


#41: We've Only Just Begun w. Feleceia Benton + Esther Calloway

Before you take the big giant trendy leap of "faith," called entrepreneurship, the ladies of LifeChat Radio have a bit of advice that might save you from a bit of sorrow and frustration. We're back! And we've got a great year lined up with some amazing guests, deep topics, and more than a few truth bombs that are sure to make you go, "hmmmm..." Hey, 2018. We're ready.


#40: Culture Shock with ShySpeaks

CULTURE >> it's a word that has become incredibly polarizing by the moment. Either folks are quick to jump into or impact it, or their running away from it, and hiding their children, and their wives, AND their husbands from it just as quickly as they can find the closest rock. So - what is the best response to 'culture' in 2017 for the person who wants to make an impact? We chat it up this week on LifeChat Radio with the one of the dopest emcees we know, ShySpeaks [], as well...


#39: Pro-Everything w. Cessilye R. Smith

#39: Pro-Everything w. Cessilye R. Smith by Feleceia Benton + Esther Calloway


Community Redefined ft. Dr. Larry Terry

"We’ve figured out how to put people on the moon, but we haven’t learned how to stop killing each other." No Badges. No Guns. Just Humans. Dr. Larry Terry of the UNT Dallas Urban SERCH Institute discusses their approach to solving a problem that seems to be be plaguing our country and paralyzing our communities from real reconciliation and forward motion. The Community Leadership Academy is the nation's first peer-led leadership program that pairs police officers and community members...


MegaIdeas w. Faith Anderson

How do you make your tiny idea a big deal? You hang out with Faith Anderson from Tenth Child Inc., that's how. This brilliant woman has executed about a million and a half amazing ideas, and caused them to come into fruition, including creating + hosting her own event at MegaFest AND the Stellar Awards. If you don't know what those are, do some Google searching, then be impressed. #ManifestationOnFleek [do they still say that?!] Ah well - who cares. She's doing it.


The Blessing and Curse of Social Media

Everybody's just trying to eat -- we get that. And that hunger makes it super easy to go super cray on social media, especially if you're pushing a product, or music, or a service, or your kid's future career as a model. There's gotta be some balance and some strategy behind how this social media phenomenon works, right?


It's Our Anniversary...

What better way to celebrate two years of LifeChat Radio [AND Women's History Month!] than with an awesome show! Well, we hope it's awesome at least. It's been a CRAZY ride, but we are loving life as much as we are loving this journey with all of you.


The First Hundred Days ft. Hendrick Maison

OK,, we recorded this after the first 10 days, and, well, some pretty intense stuff had already happened under America's newly guided hand at that point. So, we did what LifeChatters do -- we chatted about it, because you'd probably do the same -- and you're probably STILL doing the same. We deep dive into some political chatter with super smart [very balanced ;-)] political guru [and straight-up truth teller] Hendrick Maison on this week's show. Love it? Like it. Share it.


Come.Unity Live Recording at Colin County MLK

What happens when a handful of dedicated churches gather together in unity to create steps toward reconciliation in a single community? LIfeChat Radio recaps the Come.Unity gathering of believers from the Colin County area on MLK weekend. These people give us hope that reconciliation is not only possible, but happening, even if it's only happening in pockets.


Love Is: Conversations with the Patient and Kind [ft. Shop Talk]

If I hear one more #single lady say she's 'ready for love...' #ReallyTho? You've had India Arie on repeat for one song too long...probably. We begin our new series series, #LoveIs: Conversations with the Patient and the Kind, with the founders of Shop Talk: a Battle of Understanding the Sexes -- a new Dallas-based event created to challenge the minds of those who dare to enter into the dating landscape of 2016. We'll go there -- we promise.


Unplugged ft. Belyn Bland-Xochia

Everybody's "woke" these days, but how many people are paying attention enough to simply be plugged into the pulse of their community? We chat with Belyn Bland-Xochia about their new community initiatives and about how everyday people can get involved in their own cities and towns.


Legacy vs. Luxury pt. 4: Revert or Revise

“If you’re not prepared to be wrong, you’ll never come up with anything original.” - Ken Robinson. Revision doesn’t mean that your idea was wrong, but it does mean that perhaps there was a problem in your execution. There must be a way to execute your idea and there is no other choice but to revise and revitalize your process if you want to experience success in your goals. Frankie Wilson, CEO of Vision Media and Stellar Award winning radio personality explains how “creativity and...


Start-Up Pt. 2: The Road to Ready

So you wanna start a business -- that's awesome...and scary. Our favorite financial consultant gives us some ideas about starting your businesses with just the resources you've already got. We'll see about that. Music by: Keite Young Adrion Buter Mattie Michelle


Start-Up: From the Side Gig to the Real Thang

Revving up is hard to do. Here are a few tools to help you get geared up to move from the side gig to the real thang. Music by: 1st song - Van Gammon 2nd song - George Tisdale Special Guest: Sway Buckley:


Organized Chaos: Making Structure Out of Your Hot Mess of a Life

a·tax·i·a əˈtaksēə/ noun the loss of full control of bodily movements. It's a real disease and also an intense description of what your life can become if you are an entrepreneur and don't get some doggone control of what the heck you're doing. We chat with Brandon Hall of Camp Gladiator and Frankie Wilson of Vision Media about how they grabbed [at least some parts] of life by the horns and took control.


Waiting for My Rocket

You're in the middle of your morning scroll and your thumb stops, paralyzed, your eyeballs fixated on your used to be friend who always seems to be doing the doggone thing while you're trying to motivate yourself to get your butt out of bed and head in for another tedious day at the office -- Admit it -- you've got social media envy. Why can't that be you? Your next big thing ain't gonna happen on it's on. Sorry friend. Roger Franklin from Action Center USA chats with the ladies of...


February 18 // Influence: Making Moves or Causing Chaos?

Influence: Everybody wants it, not everybody knows what the heck to do with it. Beyonce, Kanye, Kirk, Kendrick - all mega stars who have used their platforms to make some pretty bold moves in the past few weeks. But were their statements just that -- statements -- or were they more than that? Game changers or noise makers? Influence is a powerful tool that can disrupt the wrong and shine light on the right. But are the moves we make really shifting culture or just causing more confusion?...


Heart to Heart: LifeChat V-Day Non-Bitter Edition

Dallas single gal mogul Stephanie Johnson talks love, singlehood and the big "V" word on this week's show. We'll learn more about Singles and the City -- her very cool movement that was created to help spark passion and conversation outside of relationships -- in Dallas, Austin and Detroit.


BluePrint: Drafting the Plans for the Process

Political activist Michael Flusche talks the next big move for America, while author Jonathan Jones discusses how millinneals can prepare for the next big move in their own lives in his new book, Process: 14 Surprisingly Simple Behaviors to Skyrocket Millennials to Success.


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