Posts Tagged ‘Thanksgiving’

232: Uncloseted Riffs & Rants – Contingencies of Life – Rick Clemons

Life and moving out of old homes and into new ones are full of contingencies. So how do you use the contingencies? To your advantage or as a crutch to keep you from moving forward in life. Let’s deconstruct this idea of contingencies and as the saying goes…”Make it work!” Website Twitter Facebook

230: Uncloseted Riffs & Rants – Bringing Sexual Harassment Out Of The Closet – Rick Clemons

It’s becoming an epidemic. Sexual harassment, innuendo, even exposing oneself to another human being in the workplace. Women are crying foul and uncloseting what has been lying here needing to be said. But what does this say about us as humans? As a society? My thoughts on the sexual/gender revolution that has been needing to…

228: Uncloseted Riffs & Rants – Thankful for Bold Moves – Rick Clemons

I’m thankful I didn’t eat or drink as much as I usually do on Thanksgiving. But, I’m also thankful I did a little impromptu Facebook poll to see what the boldest thing people had done in their lives. The answers are what I’m sharing today on the podcast. So, how would you answer that question?…