March 13, 2019
This week on The Broad Perspective join host Vivian Komori and Chris Bonfilio as they discuss:
Welcome to the world of Autonomy!
What is AV? (Autonomous vehicles?)
5 levels of progression of AV (we are at level 3)
- Cruise Control
- Lane Assist
- Might need help (assistance)
- Can watch movies, read a book, talk on the phone
- Vehicles won’t need steering wheels
Will this mean the end of owning of vehicles?
What will this mean for the auto industry?
What will this mean for cities and tax revenues?
What will this mean for garages, parking, etc?
February 20, 2019
This week on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori and Laura Feliz as the chat with
Barbara Berger, author
The Road to Power
Fast Food for the Soul
Barbara Berger gives us the tools and helps us understand how we can change our lives by changing our thinking. If your life is not working, or you just want it to work better, here’s a simple yet effective way to look inside yourself and see what you can do about money, relationships, love, your health, family, work, peace, joy, and much more. And it will be faster and easier than you ever dreamed possible.
American-born Barbara Berger is the bestselling author of fifteen self-empowerment books. After Barbara left the USA to protest against the Vietnam War in the 1960s, she settled in Scandinavia and continued her quest to learn more about the science of the mind, spirituality and psychology. Today, she gives workshops and coaching to help her clients harness the power of their own minds. She lives in Copenhagen, Denmark.
Check out BeamTeam.com
February 13, 2019
This week on The Broad Perspective we welcome:
Anna Gatmon, PhD
Living a Spiritual Life in a Material World
Four Keys to Fulfillment and Balance
“People don’t necessarily want to give up material comforts in order to pursue the promise of spiritual fulfillment. At the same time, we all have an intrinsic need to lead meaningful, purposeful lives that contribute to a better world. Happiness lies in finding the spiritual value in our material desires and bringing our inner longings to physical realization” -Anna Gatmon, PhD
Anna Gatmon, PhD, is a visionary educator and spiritual motivator. She comes from and eclectic background that spans the USA, Israel, Sweden and France. Her rich life experience includes careers as a fashion model, founder of an alternative elementary school, counselor, speaker and author.
When asked to explain spirituality in simple terms, Dr. Gatmon replied:
“You’re flying in a plane…suddenly there is turbulence and everything is shaking, with the plane bouncing up and down….to get out of turbulent air, the pilots often climb to a higher altitude, where the atmosphere is calm…That is what spirituality is all about – rising to a higher altitude of emotional and mental stability, where there is no turbulence and you can sail over the disturbances of daily life with greater ease.”
September 25, 2018
This week on The Broad Perspective join host Vivian Komori and Corey Cofield as they chat with
Tavia Wooley Isles.
What is an entrepreneur?
What is involved in “podcasting?
What is the value of being “authentic”?
“Your provision is your passion”- Corey Cofield
August 30, 2018
This week on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori as she interviews Corey Cofield.
Corey the Entrepreneur
What is an entrepreneur?
What does it mean to live on purpose?
What role does passion play?
What is the significance of being real?
July 25, 2018
This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori and Loweta Gonzales in a lively discussion with:
Dr. Dravon James
Rx for a Damaged Relationship
How to communicate with yourself in TRUTH.
What am I feeling right now? (Don’t judge it)
Why am I feeling that way?
Are we bitter or better?
About Dr. Dravon James
My name is Dr. Dravon James, and I am the founder of Everyday Peace. My goal with Everyday Peace is to educate, empower and inspire others to build the life of their dreams. As an author and speaker, I teach others how to utilize everything that shows up in their lives—the good, the bad, and everything in between—as stepping stones on the path to building the life of their dreams. The good, the bad and the in-between show up in everybody’s life, and I am no exception. My journey began in poverty on the South Side of Chicago. I went on to earn a doctorate degree in pharmacy from Creighton University, endured a very difficult marriage, many failed pregnancies, career turmoil and health challenges. Through it all, I knew that I possessed the power within me to not only create my own dream life, but to help others along the way. Today, I am the happy mom of two teenagers, a wife of 23 years, and a successful pharmacist. I continue to follow my dreams and teach others to do the same. Since I was a young girl I have dreamt of a life on the stage. Today, I am also an actress whose career credits include a recurring role on HBO’s acclaimed “The Wire”, many stage plays and independent films. I have faced what many would consider insurmountable odds for creating a dream life, but I have discovered that it’s not where you start or what happens in your life that determines how far you’ll go. In 2002, I began incorporating my personal development stories into my professional healthcare lectures at hospitals, long-term care facilities, and senior centers. My journey and my teachings resonated with so many people that it became apparent audiences were more interested in the Everyday Peace component than the pharmaceutical component of my talks. I was even invited to be the keynote speaker on Everyday Peace at one of the senior centers’ annual staff appreciation events. Today, I continue to inspire and teach what I know to be the most effective tool for transforming, creating and building a spectacular life—tapping into Everyday Peace. My client list includes the University of the District of Columbia, New Hope World Ministries, Today’s Care Adult Daycare, Stadium Place, and Next Chapter online radio. Believe me when I say that you can start right where you are today (no matter where that is) to get where you want to be. I am here to teach you to access your own Everyday Peace to empower you to create the life you’ve always dreamed of.
July 11, 2018
This week on The Broad Perspective join host, Vivian Komori and her guest,
Loweta Gonzalez as they discuss:
Loweta Gonzalez is a life coach and personal development specialist.
What does “self love” mean?
Is there any significance to the “deep dark nights of the soul”?
How do we transcend negativity?
Do we really need to find “our purpose”?
April 24, 2018
This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host Vivian Komori, Kevin Lawson, Laura Feliz and Greg Barnes as the discuss:
(What is) The True Nature of Living?
The pressure to remain fit, slim and in control of one’s body does not subside with the end of youth ---
it grows only more insistent as one grows older…….
The price of survival is endless toil. – Barbara Ehrenreich, Running to the Grave, Harpers Magazine (March 2018)
Jeanne Louise Calment, a Frenchwoman who died in 1997 at the age of 122 – (the longest confirmed life span on record) never worked in her life, but it could be said she worked out. She and her wealthy husband enjoyed tennis, swimming fencing, hunting, and mountaineering. Anyone looking for dietary tips will be disappointed, Calment liked beef, fried foods, chocolate and pound cake.
And she smoked cigarettes and sometimes cigars (she did however have a persistent cough in her later years).
What matters more the quality of your life or the quantity of your life?
Does healthy aging constitute a rich life?
Do good health habits guarantee longevity?
Are the latest “longevity” and “anti-aging” products selling self-absorption?
The social credit score in China.
April 13, 2018
This week on The Broad Perspective (R)
Every Friday at 11 am P.S.T.
This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host Vivian Komori and Greg Barnes as they discuss:
MLK 50 years later, any progress?
Some regions seem to have racially progressed while others have not. Why the disparity?
What roles do colonization and capitalism play in race relations?
What role does education play?
There is a large disparity between white men and men of color but this not the case with women of color and white women. Why?
The USA has an unlimited debt ceiling until 2019.
What will this mean?
What will this mean?
April 5, 2018
This Friday on The Broad Perspective join host Vivian Komori, Greg Barnes, Kevin Lawson and Laura Feliz as they discuss:
Female prisoners in Japan
One in five female prisoners in Japan is senior, almost all of whom have been convicted of petty crimes like shoplifting. This is no accident. Elderly women in Japan are economically vulernable. Have live below the poverty line. Many live by themselves and have no one to turn to for help. So there is a growing trend in Japan of elderly women deliberately committing petty crimes—hoping to get caught so that they’ll be sent to prison.
Is this a last resort of welfare?
In the 1970’s and 1980’s Japan was indomitable. What has happened?
How do the seven stages of empire explain this phenomena and what does it mean for the United States?
What happens as the population bubble pops?