What I Like About You

Alexis Arralynn and AC Fischer

We all have more in common than we have in conflict. We try to highlight this by talking to people from all walks of life about what's important to them.

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Deborah Driggs shares her incredible story of going from Playboy covergirl and centerfold to business woman and inspiration.Her story has so many ups and downs, it was almost unreal! She never misses an opportunity to be up, and is too driven to let bad fortune keep her down.To learn more about Debbie, listen to this episode and visit her website www.deborahdriggs.comBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Jun 9

1 hr 4 min

Tiffany Olson reminds us that it's ok for women to feel sexual pleasure.She shares how her own traumatic experiences led her to discover the importance of consent, and how we often misunderstand its value.We chat about sexual discovery, rape culture, and what does/doesn't feel good sexually and emotionally.Tiffany can be found on IG @ www.instagram.com/pleasurepotentialBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

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Apr 28

1 hr 1 min

Patrick Monette is a Master's Level Licensed Mental Health Counselor and Certified Alcohol and Substance Abuse Counselor specializing in individual, group and couple therapy and maintain a private practice in Plattsburgh, NYHe is also the host of the Friday Night Feels podcast, and an all-around wonderful person!He brought a surprising and sincere warmth to his time with us that we found... comfortable, for lack of a better word. He has a true passion for the well being of others, and isn't afraid to share from his own experiences. His outside-of-the-box thinking is "good" different, not just different for the sake of...To learn more about Patrick, please visit his website www.patrickmonette.comBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Apr 7

49 min 36 sec

Pallavi Pande, is a "mompreneur" based in Portland, Oregon and a proud founder of DTOCS - a line of zero waste, plant based products inspired by a childhood experience.Her personal philosophy centers around the idea that the various aspects of life should be blended, not balanced. She brought a fresh, beautiful perspective to her time with us that is sure to leave a lasting influence.Be sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Mar 31

51 min 30 sec

Yelena Kuzmina is a Life/Personal Development coach whose personalized approach allows her clients to unlock their inner badass!She brought so much authenticity to her conversation with us that we were seriously overwhelmed. She's got a real spark to her that's extremely contagious!She laughs easily but also cried with us when we shared something painful with her. She really is someone who is easy to talk to.For more information about Yelena, please visit her website www.yelenakcoaching.comBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Mar 24

39 min 54 sec

What could we possibly have in common with a 16 year old? On this episode, we find out! Our guest Brooklyn B. helps us to understand why we don't typically relate so well to the younger generation. Brooklyn is host of the Sit Back And Chat podcast, available here.Be sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Mar 14

26 min 33 sec

What could we possibly have in common with a 16 year old? On this episode, we find out! Our guest Brooklyn B. helps us to understand why we don't typically relate so well to the younger generation. Brooklyn is host of the Sit Back And Chat podcast, available here.Be sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Mar 10

25 min 41 sec

This week conclude our conversation with Andy Grant.Andy is a best-selling author, award-winning speaker, Transformational Energy Coach, Healer, and suicide prevention activist. He holds certificates in Positive Psychology, the Enwaken Coaching System, Akashic Records, and Life Activation, as well as other leadership programs and energy work modalities.Known as the King of Authenticity, Andy is the founder of Real Men Feel, a movement encouraging men to come out of the emotional closet. Andy has been producing and hosting the Real Men Feel podcast since February of 2016.As a survivor of multiple suicide attempts, Andy knows how low we as human beings can feel, and he is committed to helping people realize how magnificent life is meant to be. His Amazon best-seller, Still Here: How to Succeed in Life After Failing at Suicide, has helped people around the globe and includes everything he wished he knew at a younger age. Andy is also a contributor at GoodMenProject.com and an initiate of the Modern Mystery School.Learn more at TheAndyGrant.comBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Mar 7

28 min

This week we talk to Andy Grant.Andy is a best-selling author, award-winning speaker, Transformational Energy Coach, Healer, and suicide prevention activist. He holds certificates in Positive Psychology, the Enwaken Coaching System, Akashic Records, and Life Activation, as well as other leadership programs and energy work modalities.Known as the King of Authenticity, Andy is the founder of Real Men Feel, a movement encouraging men to come out of the emotional closet. Andy has been producing and hosting the Real Men Feel podcast since February of 2016.As a survivor of multiple suicide attempts, Andy knows how low we as human beings can feel, and he is committed to helping people realize how magnificent life is meant to be. His Amazon best-seller, Still Here: How to Succeed in Life After Failing at Suicide, has helped people around the globe and includes everything he wished he knew at a younger age. Andy is also a contributor at GoodMenProject.com and an initiate of the Modern Mystery School.Learn more at TheAndyGrant.comBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Mar 3

28 min 16 sec

On this episode, we conclude our conversation with Dave Warnock. He opened up the episode by asking Alexis a difficult question about her estranged mother. This opened the door to exploring what she likes about a person she struggles to relate with. This wasn't the easiest subject matter to navigate, and we ended up with more questions than answers. That said, we were able to identify common ground that wasn't immediately obvious. Dave is a former conservative Evangelical pastor and church leader, an atheist activist, a public speaker, and the founder of Dying Out Loud - a work that raises awareness for ALS, dying with dignity, and coping with a terminal diagnosis without God.Dave himself is dealing with a terminal ALS diagnosis, but encourages everyone to "carpe the fucking diem," his reminder to live every moment to its fullest! To learn more about Dave, visit his website https://daveoutloud.com/

Feb 28

29 min 58 sec

On Inauguration Day, Dave Warnock joined us to discuss the social and political divide in the US. We explored how to go about "bridging the gap" with people who appear to oppose everything we value.We talked about strained relations with family, deconversion from Christianity, and yes... even politics.This wasn't the easiest subject matter to navigate, and we ended up with more questions than answers. That said, we were able to identify common ground that wasn't immediately obvious.Dave is a former conservative Evangelical pastor and church leader, an atheist activist, a public speaker, and the founder of Dying Out Loud - a work that raises awareness for ALS, dying with dignity, and coping with a terminal diagnosis without God.Dave himself is dealing with a terminal ALS diagnosis, but encourages everyone to "carpe the fucking diem," his reminder to live every moment to its fullest!To learn more about Dave, visit his website https://daveoutloud.com/

Feb 24

31 min 8 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.In This weeks episode we go off the rails with Amanda Nielsen. Lexi misses a pop culture reference, AC finds himself needing a grown up and one “shitty question” brings the conversation to pot. Quite literally.You can hear more from Amanda on her podcasts It's Really None Of Our Business and Tell Me More. You can also find her on her YouTube channel Social BarwareBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

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Feb 21

27 min 22 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.Amanda Nielsen joins us for the most raw, ridiculous, and funny conversation we've had to date. Somehow, we manage to learn from each other despite the fact that the conversation went sideways at times!You can hear more from Amanda on her podcasts It's Really None Of Our Business and Tell Me More. You can also find her on her YouTube channel Social BarwareBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

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Feb 17

26 min 49 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.On this episode, we conclude our conversation with Amber Rose Washington. We started out as strangers, and we walked away as friends.This episode is dedicated to Robert Washington, who is a shining beacon of everything a father's love should be.To learn more about Amber, or to connect with her directly, check out the following:WEB URL: amberrosewashington.comFB: https://www.facebook.com/hidingfrommyselfarwashington/Her book "Hiding From Myself" is available everywhere books are sold.AMAZON LINK TO BOOK:https://www.amazon.com/Hiding-Myself-Complicated-Rebirth-Womanhood/dp/192237282X/She's also written an article called, "So Something Good For Somebody"https://amberrosewashington.com/blog/do-something-good-for-somebody/Please support this show by leaving us a positive review, and by following us on social media. You can also buy us a coffee by following the link on our website www.likeaboutyoupod.comBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers, and to Amber for sharing her story!Thank you for listening!

Feb 14

33 min 34 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.This week’s guest, Amber Rose Washington shares with us her personal journey of transformation, growth, opportunity and matters of the heart.To learn more about Amber, or to connect with her directly, check out the following:WEB URL: amberrosewashington.comFB: https://www.facebook.com/hidingfrommyselfarwashington/Her book "Hiding From Myself" is available everywhere books are sold.AMAZON LINK TO BOOK:https://www.amazon.com/Hiding-Myself-Complicated-Rebirth-Womanhood/dp/192237282X/She's also written an article called, "So Something Good For Somebody"https://amberrosewashington.com/blog/do-something-good-for-somebody/Please support this show by leaving us a positive review, and by following us on social media. You can also buy us a coffee by following the link on our website www.likeaboutyoupod.comBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers, and to Amber for sharing her story!Thank you for listening!

Feb 10

31 min 40 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.This time we conclude our conversation with aviation engineer, world traveler, and self-proclaimed "conversational activist" Jonathan Rivera about how he's managed to find common ground with some of the most seemingly incompatible people in the world.Please support this show by leaving us a positive review, and by following us on social media. You can also buy us a coffee by following the link on our website www.likeaboutyoupod.comBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Feb 8

27 min 49 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.This time we're joined by aviation engineer, world traveler, and self-proclaimed "conversational activist" Jonathan Rivera. We explore how he's managed to find common ground with some of the most seemingly incompatible people in the world.Please support this show by leaving us a positive review, and by following us on social media. You can also buy us a coffee by following the link on our website www.likeaboutyoupod.comBe sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia https://theexpecteffectpod.com for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Feb 3

24 min 6 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.This time we continue our conversation with mystic, philosopher, and host of the Habitually Spiritual podcast Prateek Mehra. We discuss whether we're worthy of our partners' love, if love is selfish or giving, how self-care factors in, how relationships affect the evolution of self, how to navigate life's changes, how to find happiness, and more!This conversation was full of insight, as we discovered what we like about each other.To learn more about Prateek, you can visit https://anchor.fm/habitually-spiritual Don't forget to support this show by leaving us a positive review, and by following us on social media. Also be sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Jan 27

24 min 49 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.This time we're joined by mystic, philosopher, and host of the Habitually Spiritual podcast Prateek Mehra. We explore how to manage stress and frustration, how to incorporate personal beliefs into the workplace, how to communicate effectively, the meaning of love, how we're connected to each other, and more!This conversation was full of insight, as we discovered what we like about each other.To learn more about Prateek, you can visit https://anchor.fm/habitually-spiritual Don't forget to support this show by leaving us a positive review, and by following us on social media. Also be sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThanks to itsjustnikia for this week's voiceovers!Thank you for listening!

Jan 27

30 min 54 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.This time we continue our conversation with visionary, and author of The Mosaic, Daniel Levin. We talk about the power of loving for no reason, how fear interferes with connections, liking the people we hate, the importance of being ourselves, shifting our focus, and more!This conversation was full of surprises, as we discovered what we like about each other.To learn more about Daniel, you can visit his website www.danielbrucelevin.com Don't forget to support this show by leaving us a positive review, and by following us on social media. Also be sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThank you for listening!

Jan 27

34 min 39 sec

We believe that all of us have more in common than we have in conflict. We have conversations with people from all walks of life, who may not appear to have much in common with one or both of us.This time we're joined by visionary, and author of The Mosaic, Daniel Levin. We talk about the little voice in the silence, where we find fulfilment, the value of listening, the nature of connections, how our perspective affects our understanding of reality, finding ourselves in each other and more.This conversation was full of surprises, as we discovered what we like about each other.To learn more about Daniel, you can visit his website www.danielbrucelevin.com Don't forget to support this show by leaving us a positive review, and by following us on social media. Also be sure to listen to our other podcasts When The Bough Breaks www.wtbbpod.com, and Turn Up The AC www.acfischerpod.comThank you for listening!

Jan 27

30 min 35 sec