- A Poet's Perspective on Communication with Grada Love
This week we catch up with DMV poet and cofounder of the DMV Renaissance Awards, Grada Love to join us in a conversation about language and communication. We discuss our fascination with the many different ways we use language, why we can (and should) blame the brain for miscommunications, and how to use manipulation to everyone's advantage.
Listen to this episode to learn our tried-and-tested techniques to become a more efficient communicator, the right way to be selfish, and how learning more about love can improve your communication skills.
We appreciate Grada Love for offering her insights and providing depth to this highly anticipated discussion. We are grateful for you supporting the show by sharing what you learn with your friends and family. Please feel free to reach out to us with your comments, opinions, and topic suggestions on Instagram or via email. You can find this information, along with our guest's info below. See you next week!
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Podcast: Marrying The UniGod - https://www.mtunigod.com/1h 5m | Mar 15, 2022
- When You Can't See A Way Out
This week, we met with DMV music producer Juan Sagastizado a.k.a. Jony Picasso to discuss what it takes to turn life's toughest times into victories. Jony shares some events of his life as a first-generation citizen of the United States to highlight the reasons he is the man he is today.
Through regular visits to soup kitchens, homelessness, and raising his siblings, to starting a family, buying a home, and helping others express themselves through music, Jony has exhibited perseverance, humility, self-love, and optimism where others have succumbed to the pressures of life and allowed their egos to get the best of them.
After listening to this conversation you'll learn the importance of expecting to fail, how to use your struggles to aid you in your journey, the necessity of emotional vulnerability, how to stay true to yourself when others impose their opinions on you, and many more lessons in growth & success.
We appreciate you supporting the show by sharing what you hear with others and joining in the conversation with us. We encourage you to share your thoughts, rebuttals, and topic suggestions with us by sending an email or DM. Thank you for tuning in and we look forward to doing it all again next!
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Instagram: @jonypicasso1h 8m | Mar 8, 2022
- The Key Ingredients For Success?
This week we link up to discuss three buzzwords when talking about success: motivation, inspiration, and perseverance. Can one be successful without these things? What's the difference between motivation and inspiration?
Join the conversation as we speak about our personal battles with staying motivated, when we believe perseverance is a bad thing, and what we do instead of seeking inspiration to get work done.
This episode is divided into three sections so that you can easily follow our thoughts on each concept individually. If you disagree, or resonate, with anything we say in this episode, then remember it's your conversation too! Speak up and let us know what you're thinking. Send us an email to share what motivates and inspires you, or to share comments and topic suggestions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
As always, thank you for supporting the show by sharing what you heard with your loved ones. If you've gotten any value out of this or other episodes, then DM us on Instagram and let us know. We value you and look forward to sharing with you next week!
Personal IG: @lb.evolving & @e_phlat1h 6m | Mar 2, 2022
- Unfulfilling Your Potential
We're back! And we are speaking with you all about potential. What does it mean to realize your potential? And how is it that some people never fulfill theirs? Does everyone have potential for something greater than what they currently believe themselves to be capable of? Tune in this week to join our discussion in which we cover the process of figuring out (and straying away from) what your potentialities are, the differences between people who have and have not recognized their capabilities, and a quick solution to getting yourself back on track to living the life you can have.
As always, we thank you for supporting the show by sharing what you learn with others. Our mission is to open up the floor for conversations about the things we believe give life meaning, and to inspire you to join those conversations by sharing your thoughts with us and by carrying these conversations into your circles. If you have opinions about this episode, or suggestions for the next one, please email us whatever is on your mind - "good" or "bad". We look forward to hearing from you and sharing with you next week!
Our personal IGs: @lb.evolving & @e_phlat1h 9m | Feb 21, 2022
- When Everything is Going Wrong
This week we link up to talk to you about the importance of recognizing when you reach life's transitional stages. We discuss what it looks like when you are going through a transitional or pivotal moment, how to not accidentally cast away the opportunities that are presented to you for your development, and practical steps that may be taken to ensure that you become the kind of person that you wish to become.
LaDona shares how she was able to create an opportunity for growth out of the depression and anxiety that consumed her when struggling to come out, and E explains the process he went through to become better at recognizing when his "problems" are actually tests.
We hope that you are able to take away some value from this episode, and if you are, please share what you learn with someone you care about. You owe it to them to do so. As always, thank you for continuing to support the show by tuning in every week and sharing the podcast with others! If you have any comments, arguments, questions, or suggestions, please send us an email or DM. See you next week!
Instagram: @wemightbewrongpodcast, @lb.evolving, @e_phlat1h 6m | Jan 31, 2022
- Bri Hall: When People Pleasing Goes Wrong
This week we catch up with the multi-talented content creator Bri Hall who showered us with gems this entire conversation. We linked up to discuss the importance of sharing oneself with the public, but it turned into so much more...
In this episode Bri shares what she learned from getting tricked into (and then kicked out of) a Christian cult, how she practiced compassion to pull herself out of a deep depression, and when she decided to stop being a people pleaser.
We also discuss how we can start creating opportunities for others to show up for us, the methods we can use to filter out people with poor intentions when forming new relationships, and how to recognize the ever-changing seasons of our lives so that we may become better protectors of our energy.
You're going to need paper and a pen to catch all of the value stuffed into this 90-minute episode. I know we all walked away enriched by this one, and we're pretty sure you will too!
As always, thank you for continuing to support the show by tuning in every week and sharing what you learned with others. We appreciate every thought and comment we receive from you all, and we look forward to any topic suggestion, question, or negative remark you may have for us. So please email us at email@example.com or send a DM to @wemightbewrongpodcast to join the conversation. See you next week!
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Instagram: @wemightbewrongpodcast, @lb.evolving, @e_phlat1h 29m | Jan 24, 2022
- Time to Reconsider the Company You Keep
This week we dive into the implications of the company you keep. The company you keep may have a significantly detrimental or beneficial impact on your development, and we share why we think that is. In this discussion we cover how people are like planets in regards to how we influence one another and the odd need to diminish oneself for the sake of making others feel good. We also explain how it's not just about the company you keep, but the size we give others in our perception of them.
After listening, you'll have a better idea of how to manage your circle of friends, how to maintain relationships with people who aren't on the same level as you, and why you should be grateful for the a**holes in your life.
As always, thank you for tuning in and supporting the show. If you take away any value from this episode then please share it with a friend. You owe it to them to do so. If you have any comments, opinions, or suggestions for the show, you can email us or send a DM to our Instagram page. You can find our contact information below. See you next week!
Instagram: @wemightbewrongpodcast, @lb.evolving, @e_phlat52m | Jan 17, 2022
- Tripping Off the Power
This week we talk about power. What is it? How do you get it? Who has it? We discuss a few definitions of power, how to attain power in a non-toxic way, and the relationship between children and power.
If you've ever wondered how to gain more control over the direction of your life, you definitely want to check this episode out! We offer practical, immediately applicable tips for remembering and nurturing your power.
As always, we greatly appreciate you listening to the show and for sharing it with others. We want you to be a part of the conversation so please feel free to email us your thoughts, opinions, and suggestions!
Instagram: @wemightbewrongpodcast, @lb.evolving, @e_phlat53m | Jan 11, 2022
- How Resolutions Are Bad For Your Growth
Happy New Year to you! We are happy to bring in the new year with this episode about resolutions (no worries, this isn't your typical talk about resolutions).
In this episode we discuss - in very practical ways - how to make resolutions and how to attack them in ways that lead to actual success. We cover the mistakes we've made when making resolutions in the past, what blessings actually look like when they show up, and the importance of putting together your team for "tug-of-war".
As always, we hope that you are able to find value in this episode and you share what you've learned with a friend. Thank for listening and supporting the show, and if you have any opinions, comments, disrespectful remarks, or topic suggestions please email us!
IG: @wemightbewrongpodcast, @lb.evolving, @e_phlat55m | Jan 3, 2022
- Attempting to Break Generational Chains
This week we were asked by a listener to speak on the conflict and difficulties that arise when American-born children attempt to teach their immigrant parents. We cover the reasons parents teach their children to quit, the idea of parenting your parents, the influence of generational divide versus culture, and what we can learn about raising children from Deal or No Deal.
Tune in to gain some perspective around being a parent to adults and taking responsibility as an adult to decide what's best for your life.
As always, thank you for listening to and sharing the show. We hope that we are able to offer you at least a flake of value with this one. If you are enjoying the show, please support us by leaving a 5-star review, subscribing/following, and sharing what you've learned with a friend.
To offer topic suggestions, leave a spirited review, or to tell us off, just send us an email or DM!
Instagram: @wemightbewrongpodcast, @lb.evolving, @e_phlat1h 7m | Dec 28, 2021
- Ornamenting Your Insecurities 🎄
Happy Holidays from We Might Be Wrong! This week we borrowed the concept of decorating for the holidays and flipped it. We are discussing what it looks like when people decorate and ornament themselves as a means of self-aggrandizement - in other words, to promote oneself as powerful or important with the use of talents, materials, and other people as cover-ups.
In this episode, we talk about what it means to be self-aggrandizing, the kinds of things we tend to use to make ourselves appear as something we are not, and the dangers of doing so. We also share practical tips for working through low self-esteem and the necessity of coming to terms with the things you don't like about yourself.
As always, thank you for tuning in and supporting the show. Don't be selfish this holiday season - share what you learn with your friends. And we want to hear your feedback, so please email us to share your questions, comments, opinions, and suggestions. We welcome it all!
Instagram: @wemightbewrongpodcast. @lb.evolving, @e_phlat52m | Dec 20, 2021
- When Being Considerate Goes Wrong
Welcome back! And if you're new, welcome! This week we discuss the too frequent phenomenon of blocking your own blessings by means of thinking for other people. We share our experiences with this bad habit and we cover how being too considerate can hinder your growth, the hidden reasons you sell yourself short, and the unfortunate difference between diamond sweaters and glassmakers. Tune in to this one to find out what can happen when you actually start walking in your truth and sharing what you have to offer.
As always, your support and engagement means everything to us. Share what you think with a friend, and if you'd like to become a part of these conversations, email us or send us a message on Instagram. Share your opinions of the show, questions you'd like to ask us, topic suggestions, or why you think we're wrong. You'll find our contact information below...
Instagram: @wemightbewrongpodcast, @lb.evolving, @e_phlat50m | Dec 13, 2021
- Why Your Relationship Might Fail
Thanks to a wonderful question we received this week, we are talking about protecting your energy from that of others - specifically friends and romantic partners. In this episode we cover the importance of setting boundaries, knowing your WHYs for the things that you want in life, and why your first relationship might not have worked out. Tune in to learn how to not lose yourself in a relationship and how to tell your friend to stop dragging you into their messy relationship. Good vibes only, right?
We hope you enjoy this one, and we thank you for sticking with us while we are unable to record together. Can you even tell the difference? Let us know in an email! And while you're there, feel free to send us a question, tell us off, or make a suggestion for the next episode topic. Thanks for listening!
IG: @wemightbewrongpodcast, @lb.evolving, @e_phlat50m | Dec 7, 2021
- Why Your Thanksgiving Sucked
We're grateful that even though we couldn't be together to record this for you all, we found a way to make it work. This week we discuss what it means to be grateful and how your expression of gratitude may be incomplete. We cover what gratitude looks like in action, how far one must go to show how grateful they truly are, and the non-fitness reason Lonnie has for waking up at 4am to run 4 miles.
We share why we don't treat all subjects of our gratitude the same and how to cope with a family that you may not get along with during this holiday season. Enjoy!
As always, please email us to share your opinions, thoughts, and suggestions about the show. And if you know someone who needs to hear this, please share it with them.
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Lonnie IG: @e_phlat54m | Nov 29, 2021
- "Winners Never Quit"...WRONG!
We Might Be Wrong hooks up with fan favorite, Ryan Wilson. The last time we met we discussed entrepreneurship. This time, we talk about quitting. And this episode is spilling over with perspective.
Listen to this episode to hear our thoughts on quitting your "dream job", quitting your job as a means to get better at your job, and giving yourself permission to quit. We also cover the importance of calculating risks and preparing accordingly, knowing when you should quit, and how your ego gets in your way.
It was a wonderful conversation and we're happy to be sharing it with you. If you find yourself joining the conversation from where you're listening, then please email us and share your thoughts. All opinions are welcome; all thoughts are appreciated. Look below for contact information for the podcast and for our special, now two-time guest, Ryan.
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Hosts IG: @lb.evolving & @e_phlat
IG: @ryantaughtyou_ & @rydesignsllc59m | Nov 22, 2021
- We're Quitting For Mental Health Reasons
We thoroughly enjoyed this conversation about mental well-being and emotional management. E was just getting his voice back in this one and still showed up to take part in a wonderful open conversation.
We share our experiences with anxiety and depression, how to become friends with your emotions (even the "bad" ones), and our thoughts about the seemingly growing trend to have a mental illness. We know you'll find some value in this one, but if we're wrong, send us an email and let us know! Also, follow our new Instagram page. Contact info below!
Lonnie: @e_phlat1h 16m | Nov 15, 2021
- Wrong If You Do, Wrong If You Don't
This week we discuss what it means to be moral and to act with integrity. Who get's to decide what's right or wrong? Why do homosexuals take a harsher beating than fornicators? Is morality dependent on what society says is okay? We explore these questions and more.
As always, we hope you enjoy this episode! And whether you do or don't, we want to hear your side of things. So, if you want to share your opinion of this episode or have topic suggestions/questions for our next one, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also message us on IG @wemightbewrongpodcast.
Take care39m | Nov 8, 2021
- Who Are You, And Who Cares?
We take the podcast outdoors to have a conversation with Jeremy Koonce about art and its role in society. We discuss what we think art is, who is responsible for how we behave on social media, and how people were cancelled in the 15th century.
We also cover how we create music and when we should censor artists. This conversation was definitely one of our favorites and you can tell.
As always, thanks for listening and sharing. If you disagreed with us, thought we were interesting, hated the topic, or just want to ask a question, please email us at email@example.com. We really want you to be a part of our conversations and look forward to what you have to say.
Where can you find Koonce?
Apple Music & Spotify: Koonce1h 10m | Nov 2, 2021
- Part 2: Am I a Full Human?
In the second half of our discussion about human rights and privileges we talk about what it means to be privileged, who's to blame for women posting "cheek pics", and why we think people are allowed to be prejudiced.
We'd love to hear what you have to say about this episode and what you'd like us to cover in the next one. To become apart of our conversations, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. As always, thanks for tuning in. See you next Monday!48m | Oct 25, 2021
- Part 1: How to Bulletproof Yourself Against Hate
This week we meet in the place that began it all (if you don't know where I'm talking about, check out my IG @lb.evolving) to discuss why we think people are prejudice to the point of violence, how to protect yourself from hate, the ongoing trauma contest, and we invite homophobic racists to speak with us.
As always, we hope you get something from this episode, and if you enjoy it, grow from it, question it, or absolutely hate it, please email us at email@example.com to let us know. Thanks for tuning in!46m | Oct 20, 2021