Episode 33 - Being Thankful

Happy Thanksgiving week! I try to make it a practice to be thankful daily but with the upcoming holiday, it's a good time to reflect. There are also things I am NOT thankful for, yet I am still thankful to live in a country free enough to complain about them. How about that Al Franken sexual harassment story? O what about People magazine's sexiest man alive? All annoying but isn't it great to be able to just turn the channel?

Originally broadcast on Pawling Public Radio in New York.

Episode 32 - Live at AMTC Shine Conference!

The journey of the last three and a half years finally came to fruition and I attended the AMTC Shine Conference in New Jersey. God literally brought the conference to ME! This was recorded before we spoke to any agents or managers so the excitement of the first day was still buzzing. I Think everybody did very well can I can't wait to see what comes of this opportunity in the next year!

Originally posted live at Facebook.com/thedizzyparker

Episode 30 - Slaying Monsters

This week, the country has been shrouded in death and it can be a bit of a downer. I prefer to put a better perspective on tragedy. 

Too often we live with fears of things that are either unknown or uncontrollable, and when all of these people from Las Vegas to celebrities breathed their last, both were the case. How much more could their last days have been if only there were no fears or anxiety over things beyond their reach? This coincides with the promised release of my new song "Monsters."

Song available on iTunes, Spotify, Google Play, Amazon, etc.

Episode 29 - Where Are We Going?!

I've been a little MIA lately, and for good reason! It's been a little tough to keep the usual schedule because I have been breaking into the entertainment world in a real way. I've been attending workshops, modeling and maybe even acting by the time you hear this! Stay tuned and enjoy the ride with me!

Originally aired on Pawling Public Radio and Facebook Live


Episode 26 - Who Inspires Me

With the tragic death of Rich Piana this week, I was led to think about the other people like him who have inspired me over the years. I discovered Rich a few years ago when I started seriously considering bodybuilding but he really motivated me to do my best at everything from and entrepreneurship mindset. I wanted to be better, happier and eventually wealthier and his story kept pushing me further. Rest in peace big man, your words will live forever.

There are many who inspire me but in this episode I talk about Chris Jericho, Gene Simmons, and Arnold Schwarzenegger. All come from different walks of life and inspire me for different reasons but all for great ones.

Originally broadcast on Facebook.com/thedizzyparker