Meet Kerry Brett, acclaimed photographer and podcaster. Kerry is the daughter of another of my “On Mic” guests, award-winning Boston Globe photographer Bill Brett. Talent runs in the family. She’s photographed tons of famous faces and more Now Kerry has embarked on a timely new podcast called “Shot @ Love,” which helps single people navigate the challenging world of online dating in a fun, enlightening way. Jordan Rich is Boston’s busiest podcaster, appearing on over 400 podcast episodes and currently hosting 16 shows. To connect with him, visit www.chartproductions.com.
Meet Jill Sherer Murray, the Ted Talk sensation and author of the book “Big Wild Love: The Unstoppable Power of Letting Go.” Jill joins the podcast to talk about getting unstuck, the cultivation of self-love and the incredible benefits of letting go, all leading to more fulfilling relationships and much more satisfaction with love. Jill’s Ted Talk was seen by millions. Hear her story and you might be inspired to develop your own path to “Big Wild Love!” https://letgoforit.com
Meet author, commentator, historian and playwright Jack Beatty, longtime writer/editor for the Atlantic Magazine and NPR analyst. His latest project is a two-man play entitled, “The Battle Not Begun: Munich 1938.” It’s a look at the dramatic meeting between British Prime Minister Chamberlain and Adolph Hitler that resulted in the famous announcement of “peace in our time.” A year after their peace agreement, Germany launched the second world war.
In this bonus double episode, we celebrate hard work and dedication to helping others, that is so much of what America is all about. This 4th of July, I am saluting two fine organizations. Ed Mitchell heads up the Veterans Northeast Outreach Center, providing housing, jobs, counseling and support to veterans. It is an inspiring program being modeled by other veterans organizations around the country. Plus, a conversation with Bruce Platzman, CEO of AIS Office Furniture, a company that marshaled its resources and staff to offer needed help during the Corona Virus pandemic. Along with corporate partners and hundreds of nationwide volunteers, AIS with their unstoppable mask making seamstress Rosie, are well on their way to producing 1 million masks!