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Robert Wayne Leath
We talk to a working Nashville musician about doing what you truly love for a living.
You’ll hear Robert’s cover of “The Boxer” by Simon & Garfunkel.

No famous name dropping here, just good old fashion honesty about making a living in the music industry.

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189
or drop Greg an email at: greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

Debt Shepherd, 2015 All Rights Reserved

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We talk to Robert Wesley Branch about his transition from a traditional Christian upbringing to a totally new spiritual outlook on life. Honoring the old and embracing the new, he shares, among other things, how his relationship with money changed along the way.

Resources:
Robert Wesley Branch

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189.
Or drop Greg an email at: greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

Debt Shepherd 2015, All Rights Reserved

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Ever wondered what it’s like to be your own boss? We talk to Toni Breedlove of Hot Topics Talk Radio and find out just what it takes to be your own boss.

You can find Toni and her amazing team at:
Hot Topics Talk Radio

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

Debt Shepherd 2015, All Rights Reserved

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We talk to Melanie Free-Clinton of Good Credit Headquarters and explore:

1) What is a good credit score?
2) How can you improve your credit score?
3) Are lending and credit scores just a game?
4) Melanie’s feelings about co-signing a loan for someone.
5) Why applying for credit in multiple places in a short period of time isn’t a good idea.

You can find Melanie at:
Good Credit Headquarters
YouTube

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

Debt Shepherd 2015, All Rights Reserved

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money

We ask Charlene, a single mother of 2 from NC, the following:

1) What is your biggest financial fear?
2) If you could go back to being 18 yrs. old, what would you change financially speaking?
3) If someone is choosing between paying a bill or tithing to their church, what should they choose?
4) Any financial advice for the ladies?

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

Debt Shepherd 2014, All Rights Reserved

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DCF 1.0

I’m talking to Bertil from Sweden. A man who has practiced the art of sensory deprivation since the mid 1980’s. His tool of choice? A float tank.

1) What is floating?

2) I’ve heard there’s more than one way to float.  Please explain.

3) John Lilly, the float tank’s inventor, said floating could possibly become a “crutch program.”  In your opinion, what did he mean?

4) If we are the observer of our thoughts, what IS thought?

5) What is language as virus?

Resources:
pantarei-floating
FloatNashville
float conference

Give us a call on our voicemail listener feedback line at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

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music city

What if you had a $300/week restaurant habit? Brad shares with us an area of spending he wants to cut back on.

We discuss:
– Admitting we have a desire to change our finances.
– Compartmentalizing areas of our lives and how it hurts us.
– Helping other people. The importance of service work.

Give us a call on our voicemail feedback hotline at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at: greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

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Secret Shade

Secret Shade – All Spirit, No Fluff. We spend an hour with Matt from Indonesia. He shares with us how he lives his life on purpose to create more freedom from societal norms.

Matt says:
“I’m trying to craft the sort of lifestyle that involves freedom of many kinds – financial, geographical, psychological etc.”

He mentions the pain of a 5 day work week. And….he did something about it.

We talk about:
Pain is inevitable, suffering optional
Float tanks
Meditation
Spiritual work using non-mainstream methods
Living on purpose
Taking risks/going with the flow

On duality and embracing suffering:
Matt reminds us we’re stardust. And stardust is the result of a violent, cosmic dying process. It’s OK to experience pain. It’s part of life.

Matt can be found on his blog:
Secret Shade

Give us a call on our voicemail feedback hotline at 615-200-7189 or drop Greg an email at:
greg [at] debtshepherd [dot] com

Debt Shepherd 2014, All Rights Reserved