Live Life Your Way!.
THIS WEEK: The Big Why
Noreen will be interviewing Sander Hicks, who is a lifelong peace activist and social entrepreneur. He has been described as a visionary writer, independent publisher, and an award-winning social-change business man.
Sander Hicks will be sharing his big “why” onBeyond Potential: Live Life Your Way. I met Sander last year at the Caribbean Day Parade, where we were both invited to march with public advocate, Latisha James.
We met again at a commemoration concert for Martin Luther King Jr. You know that kind of connection that is so easy and meant to be? That is the relationship that I have with Sander – so easy, open, and honest.
Join me as I talk to him and he shares his commitment to and for the people and about his journey to win his seat in the United States Congress.
Tune in to learn more!
This week, Noreen will be interviewing Sander Hicks, who is a lifelong peace activist and social entrepreneur. He has been described as a visionary writer, independent publisher, and an award-winning social-change business man.
Join Noreen as she talk with him about what his big “why” is and he shares his commitment to and for the people and about his journey to win his seat in the United States Congress.
Noreen’s friend Ruth fills in for Noreen as she talks with Sander Hicks about his life growing up in Washington D.C. He talks about how President Ronald Reagan’s tenure affected his beliefs; the many philosophies he studied and how tragedies motivated him to become a peace activist. He also talks about what kind of books he studied up on in his free time.
Noreen comes back from the Caribbean to continue the discussion with Sander Hicks. They discuss how they met one another at the West India Day Parade. Then, a caller from New Zealand asks Sander about his upcoming trip to Iran in a few days. Sander explains his mission in Iran and what must be done to solve the complex conflicts in the Middle East. He gives his concerns for the bombings of Yemen from Saudi Arabia. Sander discusses how the term conspiracy has become a bad word
Sander continues the discussion by talking about his campaign for a seat in congress. He talks about why he is running for the seat. He describes the day he decided to go run for Congress. He talks about what separates him from the incumbent of the congressional seat.
Sander on why he is in good shape to run for office: “I wouldn’t be running if I didn’t have this clean (sober) lifestyle and a spiritual lifestyle.”
Noreen and Sander are joined by a caller from a man who is running for a congressional seat in Washington State as he tells his experiences with Sander. Noreen asks Sander what continues to motivate him to campaign in politics. He also talks about his issues with a rival candidate. He rips into his rival for his policy on Syria and some of the complaints his rival has against him.