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Do Something Nice

Release Date: 11/10/2019

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We have the opportunity to set this world up for our youth, but it’s not just us who are trying to make things right, it’s also the younger generation who is taking the initiative to bring kindness in a world that is ready to heal.

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We have a chance to learn from our mistakes, figure out what didn’t work, throw that out, and start over with so much. We can do things right if we want it and in this episode, Jeff celebrates a few of those who do want it.

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We’ve seen it before, but it never gets old when someone does something kind for other people. This episode shares a tip on how kindness can help a dozen employees and how this is something that can come from anyone when you least expect it.

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Magic has the ability to do so much. From teaching you how to make people smile and laugh to learning how to turn around a potentially negative situation. But magic also has real healing powers too. In this episode, you’ll learn how that can be!

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This is a great time to take notice when humanity unites by coming together to help those who are struggling or help those who are helping others. This episode talks about some shining examples of people all over helping or recognizing those in need.

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Prison can provide some of the most isolated situations. But it also can provide a lot of time to read books and learn. This episode dives into a program designed to help provide books to those incarcerated in America and emphasizes on the importance of reading for anyone, even if you aren’t in prison but just isolated at home.

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We are in need of kindness and the world is looking to you for some of that. But when things get tough, you might need a little pick me up. You are not alone, and this special episode hopefully will share some form of comfort when you yourself need to do a life check. How can you stay strong? This test of will is about learning how to stay strong and that’s what Jeff wants to talk about with you.

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Veterans are honored officially once a year but they don’t have to be. We can do something nice for the fine people who serve to defend the land you stand on throughout the year. In this special episode, We share stories of vets and how the community can come together to help one out.


The quote in this episode is from Cynthia Ozick: “We often take for granted the very things that most deserve our gratitude”