Proud husband, father, entrepreneur and led by his faith and the gift of helping others and mastering the art of bringing folks together, Sean McCoy is a proud Texas native from Houston, and he is my first guest from outside of my little bubble here in Ontario, Canada. I could have talked to Sean for many more than the 1.5 hours that we did and he's got lots of great stories, great experiences and great moments in life that have all happened to him just because he made the choice to start something and see it through to the end. A good example for yours truly! But we only got a fraction of his story and journey here.
Also, did anyone else out there know that Beyonce was from Houston?
Sean is the host of his own podcast, The Come To The Table podcast and you can find all about his show and his guests here:
Jason Lacombe's LoneWolf Productions event: Launch Party April 6th, 2018. Details here
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This episode is a tribute to my mother, Lianne Mommy Vice who passed away this past Wednesday March 14th 2018. I was proud to have her do 3 podcast episodes with me and got to learn more about her along the way. I'll play a few clips of her from some of the episodes and just talk about Mom. Thank you all for listening, and thank you Mom for raising me how you did and of course, falettin' me be mice elf! :)
I love you Mom and I feel you watching over me!!
Eric V. of @OpenTPodcast actually listened to one of my podcast episodes, I can't believe it! Well maybe he heard I was discussing the news and he, being active in his community and interested in the goings on around the world, thought I might have something important to say. That was false, but he did hear a few things come up about the city we live in, the city of Ottawa, Canada, and specifically the area he dwells in...the dreaded downtown core. Right now, there is a big battle going on between the homeless shelters and the downtown business over who belongs where, and both have valid points. Eric asked for this time to speak and comment on his recent conversation and podcast episode with Rideau/Vanier counselor Mathieu Fleury and was even kind enough to pass on a question, or more like a question/statement I had about the condition of our city streets.
You don't have to know Ottawa or even like it to enjoy this episode, I mean, no matter what, it's good conversation on a Monday evening, right? And I enjoy giving my guests a platform to speak, and invite all to do so and all of you awesome listeners to do the same!
Want to hear Eric's episode on Open Topic Podcast with Counselor Fleury? Check out http://www.podcastshow.ca for more details. Thank you also to Eric for providing me a short clip of his show for promotional use on the Nobodies Are Somebodies podcast
This episode features music from Matthew Johnston, featuring a duet with his wife Genevieve Ross on the track 'Dragon in the Woods' found here: https://soundcloud.com/user-234321408/dragon-in-the-woods?in=user-234321408/sets/dragon-in-the-woods-shaped-by
The news of the world is usually dark, bleak, appalling, and downright true. This episode appears to be no different, where my sometimes co-host good buddy Fred and I discuss some things we found in the news online recently that caught our attention, and we just had to discuss them in a very frank and maybe uncouth way. But its real, raw, and meant to be a bit light hearted. Actually, some of it is not even news: just personal experiences and storytelling.
Since our 'News of the World' episodes seem to be a bit well received, here is a 3rd, maybe final installment, unless you the great people who listen, say otherwise!
This episode features the song 'Spirit, Is This Your Angel' by Matthew Johnston. Some notes from the artist about the song:
Spirit is this your Angel however, it is so simple that even though I recorded it in the dark, I could remember it. It's one of the first songs I wrote that made it on the album, one of the beginning ones. The first recording I did of it was improvised