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Principles for Success - The Chris Howell Podcast

In this podcast, you'll be given an opportunity to go beyond the surface of the typical “interview style” banter. The attributes you feel you need to reach your next level are explored within every conversation and within every guest. Listeners will be inspired as the Principles for Success podcast pulls back the curtain to reveal amazing victories after some of the most challenging circumstances. If you’ve ever been at a place in your life where you look outward into what seems impossible, then here you’ll get the power you need to push up through those challenges and come out with the desire to make it possible.
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Now displaying: February, 2022
Feb 18, 2022
In this episode Chris talks with guests Gabby and Josephine Thinwa in a discussion about COVID and how it looks like from the perspective of medical workers. They aim to help convince more people to get vaccinated and one day conquer COVID, as well as answer questions and misconceptions from the community. Interview Topics:
  • Will we ever reach a point where at least 80% of the population will be fully vaccinated
  • The process of administering vaccines and booster shots
  • What makes Omicron different from other COVID variants
  • The importance of wearing masks and finding the correct type for you
  • What is the “Stealth Omicron” sub-variant
  • Will life ever “go back to normal” if everyone gets vaccinated
  • Why the death count of COVID seems to rise as we reach the peak
  • How pharmacists give everyone the masks they are entitled to
  • How do we overcome the distrust we have for the vaccine
  • The emotional fatigue that healthcare workers have
  • How to convince friends and loved ones to get vaccinated
  • “Does getting the vaccine give you COVID?”
Mentioned In Episode: Jenny Stonemeier - Executive Director of the Chief Howell Foundation

Dominique Bryant-Howell - President and Co-Founder of the Chris Howell Foundation

James Bailey - Deputy Chief of the Arlington Fire Department

Jaclynn Fuller - Texas Field Operations Director for Nomi Health

Guests:

Gabby Geren

http://www.perronepharmacy.com

Community Pharmacist at Perrone Pharmacy

Dr. Josephine Thinwa

Physician and Scientist at UT Southwestern Medical Center 

Social Media Links:

https://twitter.com/josephinethinwa

Quotes from Episode:

  1. We have to be the ambassadors of the vaccine.
  2. Avoid Dr. Google, get your information from the right sources.

 

Feb 10, 2022

In this episode, Chris Howell speaks with guests Dr. Sid O’Bryant, Tim Brown, Everson Walls, and RukudzHonourSithole. They each talk about their personal ventures in health, fitness, and how they coped with loved ones having Alzheimer’s. They aim to spread awareness and give advice to those in a similar situation.

Interview Topics:

  • What is Alzheimer’s, and how can men get involved with the Alzheimer Brain Study
  • The importance of discipline in life
  • How Everson has maintained his physical health
  • Should you reach a stage where you require people to care for you
  • The burdens and joys of being a caretaker
  • How to manage the cost of taking care of a loved one
  • What to do when they become a danger to society and themselves
  • The importance of having a will
  • What would Tim do if he had a chance to go back and do it all again

Mentioned In Episode:

Pro Football Hall of Fame

Guest:

Dr. Sid O’Bryant
- Lead Investigator of Black Alzheimer Brain Study

Tim Brown
- Hall of Fame Football Player

Everson Walls
- Hall of Fame Football Player

RukudzHonourSithole Ma, LPC-S
- CEO of Inside Fitness Professional Counseling

Social Media Links:

Promote:
Black Alzheimer’s Brain Study
https://blackalzbrainstudy.com

In The Huddle with Chris Howell

http://www.chrishowellonline.com/in-the-huddle-wchris-howell/

Quotes from Episode:

  1. We can’t always live in the past. We have to overcome that and understand that things have changed in some cases.

If you can’t take care of yourself, how are you going to take care of mom?

Feb 3, 2022

On Today’s Episode:

In this episode Chris talks with Jessica Glaspie (author and HIV advocate), Kelly Allen Gray (executive director of AIDS Outreach), and Lonnetta Wilson (coordinator of Ending The HIV Epidemic). In accordance to the 7th annual Know Your Status event and National Black HIV Awareness day, these three experts share their stories and how they give life-changing help to those with HIV.

Interview Topics:

  • How each guest got involved with HIV/AIDS awareness
  • Various safety precautions for young ladies when taking on new partners
  • The importance of understanding that there is no certain look or stereotype for someone with HIV
  • Why HIV is still relevant even during COVID and the pandemic
  • What it was like for Jessica to go into a safe space when she tested HIV positive
  • Fighting the stigma surrounding HIV and the importance of getting tested even with no apparent symptoms
  • Were there any resources that are available now, but not during Jessica’s time
  • How they are continuing services during the pandemic
  • How to overcome the distrust we have as a community towards the healthcare system
  • The importance of having someone to relate to

Mentioned In Episode:

“Live, Love, and HIV: A Memoir”
https://www.amazon.com/Life-Love-Jessica-Ladeana-Glaspie/dp/057885614X
https://lifeloveandhiv.com

AIDS Outreach
https://www.aoc.org

Ending the HIV Epidemic
https://www.hiv.gov/federal-response/ending-the-hiv-epidemic/overview

Guest:

Jessica Glaspie

  • Author and HIV Advocate

Kelly Allen Gray

  • Executive Director of AIDS Outreach

Lonnetta Wilson

  • Coordinator of Ending the HIV Epidemic

Social Media Links:

Promote:

“Live, Love, and HIV: A Memoir”

https://www.amazon.com/Life-Love-Jessica-Ladeana-Glaspie/dp/057885614X

Quotes from Episode:

  1. It does not look a certain way; it does not affect a certain community.
  2. People are wearing masks, but that doesn’t mean they’re wearing condoms.
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