Roots Rock Reggae for the Thinking Man

Hurricane Ridge Photo by Bobby Stevenson on Unsplash
Photo by Bobby Stevenson on Unsplash

In this interview with Roots Rock Reggae on TakomaRadio.org where we cover manhood, fatherhood, parenting, entrepreneurship, bullying and much more. Many thanks to host Soul Rebel for the opportunity to share what we do at Thinking Good with your audience. The music is dope and the conversation inspiring. Lean in, lean back and enjoy!

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Suite Talk: Laugh and Learn with The Bowtie Comedian Mike Goodwin

The Bowtie Comedian Mike Goodwin fatherhood, marriage, money and more.
Comedian Mike Goodwin – Photo Courtesy of Mike Goodwin
Get ready to laugh and be inspired in this rollicking conversation with The Bowtie Comedian Mike Goodwin as we explore fatherhood and marriage, developing the confidence to believe in yourself, learning from failure, money management and more.

Our conversation with Mike is a must listen if, you are like so many in the Thinking Good community who want to get the most out of your professional pursuits while also giving the most to your personal passions.

Mike has penned two pieces for Thinking Good, Respect The Green Room and How to Kill the Interview, and there will be more to come. But for now, lean-in, lean back and enjoy!

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A Leadership Mantra For Modern Times: “I Failed!”

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