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RockItFuel Radio with Joshua Johnson
9 minutes | Aug 23, 2016
Movie Review: Tony Robbins Documentary, 'I Am Not Your Guru'
A new documentary goes inside the high-energy, no-holds-barred world of motivational speaker Tony Robbins. Hear my review of the new film, "I Am Not Your Guru."
20 minutes | Aug 8, 2016
Talking About Race: Moving From Awareness To Action
The nation is more ready to talk about race now than ever before. But what about those conversations and encounters in our day-to-day lives? How do we make those work, and use them to make a difference? We get some advice from diversity consultant Simma Lieberman.
15 minutes | Jun 30, 2016
What is Failure? Ask ‘Suicide Squad’ Star Will Smith
Will Smith has repeatedly described "Wild Wild West" and "After Earth" as his biggest cinematic failures. But how do you know if your work is truly a failure... or merely a disappointment? A lesson in perspective from the Fresh Prince himself, plus a clip from one of his rap songs you've probably never heard.
9 minutes | Jun 14, 2016
How To Honor The Pulse Nightclub Victims: Show Up & Be Seen
Orlando's Pulse nightclub was the scene of a brutal massacre: an anti-gay attack where everyone inside was vulnerable to the shooter. But that doesn't make vulnerability a bad thing. In some ways, we have to embrace being vulnerable if we want to be great... or be free.
7 minutes | Jun 7, 2016
Remembering Muhammad Ali, & Honoring Survivors Of HIV/AIDS
What do the late boxing legend Muhammad Ali, and those affected by HIV/AIDS, have in common? I think they both have something to teach the rest of us about how to live: even when life knocks you down.
19 minutes | Jun 13, 2015
Kicked Out Of The Gym?: A Cautionary Tale About Intensity
What do you do when you're so intense about what you're doing, that the people around you just can't handle you anymore? That's what happened to one guy at a gym in Nebraska. His membership termination letter has made the rounds online for some time. We got some perspective on it, and on that kind of intense weight training, from Jon Andersen, a veteran strength athlete and personal trainer.
7 minutes | May 9, 2015
Why Is Baltimore’s “Hero Mom” Really A Hero? Thoughts On Mother’s Day 2015
Toya Graham became known as the "Hero Mom" after she smacked her son around for causing trouble during Baltimore's recent protests... but what is it about her that really makes her a hero? The answer is a lesson to us all on this Mother's Day.
9 minutes | Apr 30, 2015
Everything Is Awesome When You’re Special Like Bruce Jenner In “The LEGO Movie”
What do Bruce Jenner after his ABC primetime special, and "The LEGO Movie", have in common? No, this isn't a crude joke: I have some deep feelings about how both of them combined to move me very intensely. Check it out, then tell me what you think.
4 minutes | Apr 18, 2015
Crawl Or Walk: You Can Grow Your Own Way
If you've ever felt like your life is moving as slowly as a baby learning to walk, you'll appreciate this essay on how babies actually learn to walk. Maybe crawling ain't such a big deal after all.
12 minutes | Sep 7, 2014
Miami Is Welcoming Entrepreneurs and “Growing Up”
A recent New York Times op-ed gave Miami some credit - but only SOME - for getting past its party-hearty image and finally "growing up". But ask those who live and work there, and you'll see the city is already a place where creative and entrepreneurial people thrive.
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