The Author & Anchor Podcast

Carlos Wallace & Liz Faublas

The Author (Carlos Wallace) and the Anchor (Liz Faublas) have discovered that they are much more effective and empowering as a team. The pair combine years of experience in media, production, writing/authorship, public speaking, and philanthropy to enlighten, lead and support their community. Both do so with the understanding that this charge comes with great responsibility, and each humbly admits they cannot make a marked difference without the support of others. Through this podcast, the Author and the Anchor endeavor to change lives for the better.
S3E3 What Does It Take to Have a Happy Relationship?S3E2 WARNING: Ladies BewareS3E1 The Psychology of SurvivalS2E11 2020 What's Next? 23andMe; JazzS2E10 2020 What's Next? 23andMe; BritneyS2E9 2020 What's Next? 23andMe; Hold My Beer (pt. 2)S2E8 2020 What's Next? 23andMe; Hold My Beer (pt. 1)S2E7 Chadwick Boseman. Men Crying. Remain Humble.S2E6 Relationship. Maturity. Growth.S2E5 Parenting. Respect. Educators.S2E4 Racism Follow-up. Connecting with Youth. HonestyS2E3 No Plan B. Positive Influences. Mentorship.S2E2 Pandemic Skills. Personal Empowerment. Racism.S2E1 Double Standards. Democracy. antiIGNORANCE.Ep 6. The Author & Anchor Podcast: Relationship HypocrisyEp 5. The Author & Anchor Podcast:  The Corona Chronicles (Bonus Ending)
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Mar 20 2020
27 mins
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