Finding Your Frequency

Finding Your Frequency
By Jeff Spenard and Ryan Treasure
About this podcast
“Finding Your Frequency” is about more than just content and code. It is more than just philosophy and polishing your image. It’s about both failure and success, the difference between the two and all of the steps in between! Jeff and Ryan discuss the digital media space and all of its aspects. It’s about making the mistakes, taking the chances summoning the intestinal fortitude to step out of your comfort zone and discovering what you can accomplish when you decide to try, decide to learn, decide that you have something to say and Find Your Frequency! It’s live every Friday at 2 PM Pacific Time and 5 PM Eastern Time on the VoiceAmerica Variety Channel.
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Latest episodes
Feb. 9, 2018
Jeff and Ryan are back in a big way for 2018! Listen in as they talk with the winner of the VoiceAmerica Talk Radio contest. Shannon D. Hughes, Author, speaker and life coach will share his experience and how he found his frequency. Jeff and Ryan will also get in the Spot Light with Tony DUrso. Tony is a Best selling author, speaker,entrepreneur, and host of one of the largest listened to shows on the new VoiceAmerica Influencers channel. Tune in live or on-demand on the VoiceAmerica Variety channel.
Jan. 19, 2018
Remember the old saying “Prepare for the worst; Hope for the best?" When disappointment visits us frequently we can find ourselves angry at everyone and even afraid to hope. These are the times that we can easily become reluctant to search or even acknowledge hope when it does arrive face to face. Research has shown that people who are optimistic have better lives. Expectations, on the other hand are like demanding things of others and life. It is advantageous to place a demand on how you think, take ownership, then implement steps to fight back. Dr. Rick Rigsby the author of Lessons from a Third Grade Dropout is back with his new book entitled "Afraid to Hope: Discovering the Courage to Dream Again." Rick will discuss what you believe about the future holds immense promise and adventure. Hope is available to you now, in endless supply exactly when and where you need it.
Dec. 29, 2017
SPECIAL GUEST HOST: Senior Executive Producer Camille Nash. Ever wonder how some people take the most tumultuous times and turn them into victory? A person who has experienced abandonment is often more likely to encounter long-term psychological challenges. These concerns are typically based primarily on the fear of that same abandonment. Some children lose their parents to accidents, cancer, and drugs. While other children are intentionally abandoned by their families and these people use that hurt as fuel to rise. Today's guest knows what's it's like to be shuffled between foster homes and to be embraced by strangers. Bob Danzig, former President of the multi-billion dollar powerhouse Hearst Newspapers, has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. Bob,is one of the nation’s most spellbinding speakers, named to the Speaker’s Hall of Fame in 2007. It has been said: “Bob Danzig is one of those magical people who, when he enters a room he fills it immediately.
Dec. 22, 2017
The statement means something different to everyone and can be taken in more than one way by the same person or different people altogether. Some may view or take this as something akin to the fulfillment of ambitions even in a much more spiritual way. Ambitions tend to be associated with power, status or financial gain of some form or another. Yet, dreams are by nature, bound to the spiritual world, to "live your dreams" is a way of living out your true beliefs at your core, hopes and desires in life which transcend the material world. Today's guest Beverly Brown has coined the phrase the Dream-steerer and continues her true passion of guiding dreamers toward their purposeful goals. Beverly is a two time Cancer Conqueror who will stir you with more than words, her very presence will invoke triumph within. To simplify what the mind can conceive,The body can achieve all it takes is direction with a clear path. Let's go!
Dec. 15, 2017
What does it take to become a champion? The secret is so simple and so basic yet is overlooked by most. Success in and out of sports is directly related to how willing you are to venture outside of your own comfort zone. It's not the natural talent, the physical gifts or the training advantages that separate the best from all the rest. It is instead the simple habit of "getting comfortable being uncomfortable" that drives an anyone to accomplish greatness, to do just a little bit more than everyone else, to go a little harder, run a little faster, make that extra sacrifice. Today's guest Grammy Nominated Jason Champion is now in the fight of his life. SPECIAL GUEST HOST Camille Nash talks about the weight of the world on Jason' shoulders and what he's doing to fight back in a big way.
Dec. 8, 2017
At the beginning of October, multiple women came forward to accuse Harvey Weinstein, the Hollywood producer, of sexual misconduct. Since then, high-profile men in a variety of industries from Uber, Amazon, to Charlie Rose with CBS. These men have resigned, been fired or experienced other fallout after accusations that have ranged from inappropriate text messages to rape. Former legal secretary Rena Weeks says she never worked again after winning her sexual harassment lawsuit against the Baker & McKenzie law firm in 1994. Her legal win of $7.1 million, later reduced to $3.5 million sent shudders through the law business that her lawyer warned her firms would blacklist her. Camille will tackle sexual misconduct with Attorneys Alexis James and Renee Noy. They have successfully represented both employers and employees in cases involving discrimination, harassment, wrongful termination, whistleblower violation, wage and hour issues, breach of contract and employment torts.
Dec. 1, 2017
The opportunity to market a new, enhanced brand is an exciting chapter for any business and not an easy decision. Timing is critical for launch;You need to consider factors of competition, messaging, production, market forces, and money. Though the process may present various obstacles to overcome, an effective brand launch or transformation can completely redefine the business’s future potential. There are multiple pillars to branding and it’s critical you know exactly what effort required. You must have the right people in position or your demise is imminent. Now more than ever, social media has become paramount for marketing efforts. Today’s guest is being coined the “Billion Dollar Brand Man” who pushes the envelope by any means necessary when it comes to digital branding. Trevor is the automation and marketing king, what he shares will knock you off your rocker. Don't miss the tools that will help you leap into 2018 without boundaries.
Nov. 17, 2017
The word mogul is so loosely spread. Yet, a real mogul is a person who dominates an enterprise or industry. Mark Zuckerberg became a mogul when his social media creation, Facebook, became the dominant global online social network. If you're a visionary and the type of person who prefers to be in charge, you may have to make some imminent changes about the way you think. Whether you are a start up, or Fortune 500 company change is inevitable and you must be prepared in order to dominate and succeed. Today's guest Lanee Javet successfully raised $10,000 in crowd funding at her first attempt and her first website project (CulSire.com) reached 3 Million page views (from over 1 Million visitors) in less than 7 months from launch. Men and women across the globe are chomping at the bits to learn how she did it. LaNee has made a name for herself in the business world and she's not slowing down anytime soon. Don't miss learning how to become the next mogul in your own right!
Nov. 10, 2017
SPECIAL GUEST HOST: Senior Executive Producer Camille Nash sits down with Pat Gillum and unpacks the importance of Sisterhood. In many countries women are viewed as powerful and influential not necessarily the weaker vessel. Yet, more often times than not it’s said, women can’t get along. Why is it such a stigma? Women have been taught it’s better to be bad than to be powerful. This is easily seen by the impressionable young girls as they think it’s entertaining to watch television shows, like all of the Real Housewives Series, Love and Hip Hop, where women are viewed as screaming shrews. It’s becoming a commonplace to see a woman flinging a drink across the table at another woman because of a look or something said, attack each other over comments on Facebook, Snapchat, and Twitter. Today’s guest Pat Gillum discusses how women are to embrace their power, identify the freedom to connect, love, encourage, and build each other up. It's a Sisterhood Extravaganza.
Nov. 3, 2017
SPECIAL GUEST HOST: Senior Executive Producer Camille Nash. Ever wonder how some people take the most tumultuous times and turn them into victory? A person who has experienced abandonment is often more likely to encounter long-term psychological challenges. These concerns are typically based primarily on the fear of that same abandonment. Some children lose their parents to accidents, cancer, and drugs. While other children are intentionally abandoned by their families and these people use that hurt as fuel to rise. Today's guest knows what's it's like to be shuffled between foster homes and to be embraced by strangers. Bob Danzig, former President of the multi-billion dollar powerhouse Hearst Newspapers, has touched the lives of millions of people around the world. Bob,is one of the nation’s most spellbinding speakers, named to the Speaker’s Hall of Fame in 2007. It has been said: “Bob Danzig is one of those magical people who, when he enters a room he fills it immediately.