De’Andrea Matthews- Conversations With Kai Mann


Graced with an abundance of gifts, Dr. De’ Andrea Matthews, without reservation, selflessly pours her heart into her work and into the lives of many in various capacities. Join us on the couch tonight for a conversation about diversity and inclusion. Watch the show Wednesdays at 7pm EST.

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Dr. Dee Website: https://about.me/DrDee#

Twitter: @DrDCMatthews Instagram: @drdcmatthews

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Executive Producer: Kai Mann Producer: Lenderrick Jones Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

Candace Waterman- Conversations With Kai Mann


Candace is a nationally recognized and respected business and thought leader whose expertise spans multiple disciplines, including but not limited to innovative business strategy, business certification, procurement, technology, compliance, program operations, real estate law, medical facilities management, diversity and inclusion, varying industry trends, management best practices and mindfulness leadership. Candace is a purpose driven leader whose passion is fueled by the desire to assist others in living their best life, now. Her servant-leader approach and willingness to lead with vulnerability allows her inspire others to build meaningful connections while reaching and often surpassing their goals. She has served in many leadership roles, both in the for profit and non-profit arena where she has influenced and impacted the way business is done with diverse firms across the globe. A quintessential-renaissance woman, cancer survivor and student of life, many lessons have led her to a multi-tiered life approach of Strategic Leadership, Mindfulness Well-being and a Live Intentionally Lifestyle. Additionally, she has received many awards and recognition for her tireless work and being a leading business subject matter expert. She currently resides in the Washington, D.C. area enjoys reading, the culinary arts, sports and scuba diving. With a mission to break the glass ceiling of life, Candace Waterman is a creative and dynamic force to be reckoned with!

Kai Mann kai-mann.com

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Executive Producer: Kai Mann Producer: Lenderrick Jones Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

Vanessa Lynn- Conversations With Kai Mann


Tonight we have one of the most honest and bold conversations of the season. Join us on the couch as we talk with writer, producer, visionary, and motivator Vanessa Lynn of the hit stage play “Unequally Yoked”. Watch Conversations With Kai Mann Wednesdays by visiting http://www.watchthelivenetwork.com at 7pm EST. Vanessa Lynn

http://vanessalynn.info

Facebook: @vanessalynn

Instagram: @vanesslynn1

Kai Mann kai-mann.com

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Executive Producer: Kai Mann Producer: Lenderrick Jones Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

JoVonna Williams- Conversations With Kai Mann


JoVonna Williams, a mother of three children whose life took a drastic turn at the early age of 29 years old when she was diagnosed with a Rare Auto Immune Condition “Eosinophilic Myenteric Ganglionitis” after undergoing surgery at Cleveland Clinic. She is the Fourth Person in the world to be diagnosed with this condition. Due to the severity of her chronic disease her work career was cut short and she is now on full disability.

JoVonna learned a long time ago that everything that looks bad isn’t always the case. She is currently working on her first book where she will tell her story and share a Testimony that many people won’t understand.

Inspite of JoVonna’s condition she tries to focus her passion on encouraging and helping others. She believes that it is important to give others a since of hope especially when they feel that no one cares about them. Sometimes a kind word and a listening ear can go a long way so she shares and give light along the way to those who need it. She says that God has given her a Gift of Compassion and she uses it to change lives one smile at a time.

Watch the Conversations With Kai Mann show Wednesdays at 7pm EST. Log on to http://www.watchthelivenetwork.com.

 

Kai Mann
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Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Producer: Lenderrick Jones
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

New Episode- Conversations With Kai Mann 11/1/2017


Join us on the couch Wed. November 1st at 7pm EST when we talk balancing life and hustling with Cassandra Carter.  Visit www.watchthelivenetwork.com

#fastlife #books #author #model#modeling #transformation #millennial

Healing From The Past


I heard it so clear ” You’re not going to be able to move forward and help others until you first are able to help yourself.”
The reason I host a transformational internet talk show is because I too am transforming. I am in a perpetual state of transformation and this dimension of transformation has been the most difficult. Even still, I believe that I have finally found that one piece (peace) that will take me to the other side. Finally.
I have three suns that are now grown men that I did not raise. Not in the traditional sense. During their childhood we spent every Christmas, New Years, and a couple weeks during the summer together every year for ten years. This part of my transitioning into the next dimension has been the most difficult because as I have been dealing with certain things in my life this part has been the most eye-opening, hurtful, shameful, and even guilt ridden.  Although my children and I each have great relationships, and they have never judged me for leaving them with their father or not being there 24/7 it is I who have dealt with life the most internally regarding this decision.  Their love for me have never waned and the older they get we seem to get closer.
Two years ago I made a decision to let go of a Nine year relationship because I felt I was not growing. I felt in some way stuck and not because my partner at the time made me feel that way but because I understood that we were going in different directions and the relationship itself was not growing. Leaving this relationship allowed me to spend quite a bit of time alone. Something I hadn’t done since 2005 after being run over by a car. This time alone afforded me the time to once again look at myself; up close and personal and do some inside work.
Eight months into my alone time and working on myself my youngest came to live with me to get himself together.  I felt like this was a second opportunity to get to know each other more and to deal with some things from our past so again, I was willing to do the work.  The fun quickly dissipated as this was a daunting task, more than I had imagined but too there were loving spaces for us to enjoy as well. But I  had to admit  that again,I found myself in a tough space trying to heal with someone who is now grown.  For  fourteen months we lived together trying to coexist in a world we both were new to at different points in our lives. This best thing was that neither of us held any resentment of the other even though we were getting on each others nerves at times and we loved each other more than we got on each others nerves. We were learning, growing, and letting go of parts of ourselves that were no longer needed or effective in order to have a more functional relationship. During the times we talked I would find myself learning just how much I had missed out of his and his brothers lives. I felt guilty at best even though he wasn’t telling me so that I could, he would just tell me stories of things that he had lived, and I myself saw what he had endured because I was not there.
My sun moved out recently and we are at a great place. Even though some of it was tough it was one of the best experiences that I’ve had. It was so necessary for the growth of us both and helped us to be able to move forward in our purpose.  Not long ago his father came to town for a funeral and of course he stopped by to see my son, and then they both came to see me.  My ex-husband and I have always remained friends over the years as divorced mothers and fathers should in order to co-parent children. We also check in with one another from time to time as well. We all sat in my living room laughing talking about all of my suns, their lives, and what we’ve experienced. As I sat, listened, and watched the two of them together I realized two things; one I had made the right decision to leave them with their father because of their relationship; but the second was a little heartbreaking as I came to an even further conclusion of how much I had really missed out on my boys lives.  That night I would be happy and sad at the same time.  When they left my heart was a little heavy. It wasn’t heavy because I thought that I should’ve stayed in the relationship with their father but because I felt that maybe I should’ve stayed closer to them so that I did not miss them growing up, football games, and many firsts.
I allowed myself to feel these emotions and think about what could’ve been if I had not moved to a different state and remained physically closer to my children. I cried a little at the things that I had missed, time that was lost, and then asked myself questions, waited for the answers and listened to myself as I spoke. I knew it was necessary for me not to run from the answers and the things that I had done but to gain an understanding of what has happened, why, and how to move on and heal from them.
I have since reconciled my feeling with regards to that night, and our past. I believe that things happen for many different reasons and we should not relive them over and over but to work through them so that we can have a better future.

Keith Young- Conversations With Kai Mann


Tonight we have an in-depth discussion with Keith D. Young, mental and spiritual transformation educator about how we’ve been programmed and how to affect the world around us instead of being affected by the world around us. Watch the show Wednesday, September 13th to get an in-depth understanding of transformation and astral projection. Watch the Conversations With Kai Mann show Wednesdays at 7pm EST. Log on to http://www.watchthelivenetwork.com.

Keith Young

http://afroperspectives.com

Facebook: @keithyoung

Instagram: @keithyounghero

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Twitter: @kaiology

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Executive Producer: Kai Mann

Producer: Lenderrick Jones

Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

Mahogany Jones- Conversations With Kai Mann


Join us on the couch for a fun but powerful conversation with performance and recording artist Mahogany Jones. Mahogany, also an arts educator and activist shares her journey through hip hop, being a woman in hip hop, and her dynamic life. Watch the show Wednesdays at 7pm EST.

Visit http://www.watchthelivenetwork.com.

Mahogany Jones http://mahoganyjones.com

Facebook: @mahoganyjones

Instagram: @mahoganyjonz

Kai Mann kai-mann.com

Twitter: @kaiology

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Twitter: @converskaimann

Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann

Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann

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Executive Producer: Kai Mann

Producer: Lenderrick Jones

Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Music: Sunny Day [audioblocks] audioblocks.com

Cassy Jones McBryde – Conversations With Kai Mann


On Wednesday, August 23rd at 7pm EST we have a profound conversation on the Conversations With Kai Mann show about body positivity, and what life is like being plus sized with the Founder of The International Fuller Woman Network Cassy Jones-McBryde. This show is one of my favorites as it highlights images and messages that many of us are never aware of. Join me on the couch for an evening of transformational conversation with Cassy, a conversation that you don’t want to miss.

Watch the show wednesdays at 7pm EST. Log on to http://www.watchthelivenetwork.com.

website:www.fullerwoman.org

Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
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Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Producer: Lenderrick Jones
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

MusicL [audiojungle] Sunny Day
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Dr Shawn -Conversations With Kai Mann S2:E2


Have you ever wondered why when Mr. or Ms. Right comes along you still treat them like Mr. or Ms. Wrong? On Wednesday, August 9th we had one of the most honest and authentic conversations with Dr. Shawn a licensed professional counselor and psychologist. Dr. Shawn’s candid conversation about life and love opens the Conversations With Kai Mann show up for another level of thought. Join us for heartfelt conversation with Dr. Shawn.

Dr. Shawn
Website: www.drshawnthelpc.com

Conversations With Kai Mann
Twitter: @converskaimann
Instagram: @conversationswithkaimann
Facebook: @conversationswithkaimann

Executive Producer: Kai Mann
Producer: Lenderrick Jones
Creative Director: Yahminah McIntosh

Theme Music: Sunny Day [audiojungle.com]