Show Notes: How to Look Back on Where You Have Been (TRWBS #218)

TRWBS #218 – University of Success I: How to Look Back on Where You Have Been Show Notes – Saturday, October 8, 2016 In this episode: Writer-podcaster-recovering television producer Robert Wesley Branch; civil rights investigations supervisor, singer-songwriter Dante Bonner; and jazz vocalist, recording artist, singer-songwriter Mai Maiesha. [The Robert Wesley Branch Show #218: University of Read More …

Show Notes: Upleveling Your Mind (TRWBS #217)

TRWBS #217 – The Evolution of You IV: Upleveling Your Mind. Show Notes – Saturday, September 24, 2016 In this episode: Writer-podcaster-recovering television producer Robert Wesley Branch; television executive producer and business development consultant Michele Wilson; and civil rights investigations supervisor, singer-songwriter Dante Bonner. [The Robert Wesley Branch Show #217: The Evolution of You IV: Read More …

Show Notes: How to Fashion Your Own Brand of Success (TRWBS #219)

TRWBS #219 – University of Success II: How to Fashion Your Own Brand of Success Show Notes – Saturday, October 15, 2016 In this episode: Writer-podcaster-recovering television producer Robert Wesley Branch; television executive producer and business development consultant Michele Wilson; civil rights investigations supervisor, singer-songwriter Dante Bonner; and jazz vocalist, recording artist, singer-songwriter Mai Maiesha. Read More …

Special Report: #WomensMarch on Washington

Our eighth season opens with a Michele Wilson special report on the #WomensMarch on Washington (January 21, 2017). Listen to the Episode.iTunesGoogle PlayShare Leave a ReviewClammr ItListen in a New WindowDownloadSoundCloudStitcherSubscribe on AndroidSubscribe via RSSTuneInOvercastiHeartRadio Powered by the Simple Podcast Press Player

Upleveling Your Mind

Tracing the ancient Kemetic wisdom of DHWTY-Djehuty-Tehuti-Thoth-Hermes-Mercury to the natural laws and spiritual principles found in the Kybalion, focusing on the concept of Mentalism. From ancient Egyptian “Thoth” to our English word “thought” ? words, just like people, have a history. Taking a second look at the words we use every single day ? that Read More …