David Windecher is a criminal defense attorney licensed to practice in Georgia and Florida. He graduated Summa Cum Laude from American Intercontinental University in Fort Lauderdale, Florida in 2005 and received his Juris Doctorate degree from John Marshall Law School in Atlanta, Georgia in 2012. David is also on the Board of Advisors for the GA Justice Project.
Prior to being sworn into the Georgia and Florida Bar, Windecher was an impoverished minority who was arrested 13 times and spent over 7 months incarcerated as a juvenile. He dropped out of high school and joined a criminal street gang in an attempt to overcome a poverty-stricken life. Windecher began his path to rehabilitation when he received his GED in March of 1998 and took his first academic step toward becoming a dual-licensed practitioner. He understands the empowering effects of obtaining an education in order to facilitate upward social mobility.
Windecher chronicles his life’s journey of transitioning from defendant to defense attorney in this inspirational podcast.
To learn more about David and his work, visit: www.davidwindecher.com
Behind everything you do is a thought, and each individual thought contributes to your overall character. How well your mind works dictates how much joy you experience, how successful you feel, and how well you interact with other people. No area of your life is untouched by your thoughts! In this edition of the TIME with Fred Podcast, I discuss this topic with my special guest, Tommy Newberry. Tommy is the author of the New York Times Best-selling book, The 4:8 Principle. Using powerful concepts from Philippians 4:8, Tommy shares that the one thing in life over which we have complete control is our thinking.
To learn more about Tommy, visit www.tommynewberry.com
In this podcast, I get to share my thoughts on overcoming limiting beliefs and unlocking your mindest as a guest on the Motivational Podcast.
Vanilla Busters are men and women who refuse to settle for an ordinary, mundane, risk-free life. They have made the resolute decision to abandon the security and safety of the bleachers, and to enter into the dangers and glories of the playing field. It's about giving up small dreams and bite-sized ambitions so that we can take hold of dreams and ambitions big enough to make our stay on planet earth worthwhile. It's refusing to allow someone else to do our risk-taking, and daring to live life at full throttle. It's about saying "no" to vanilla, and shouting "yes" to life.
In this edition of the TIME with Fred Podcast, Dwight Edwards dicusses why we need to say NO to Vanilla.
Read more about Dwight Edwards here: www.vanillabusters.com
The Law of Attraction is the belief that positive or negative thoughts bring positive or negative experiences into a person's life. This is based on the idea by aligning our thoughts with the right belief systems, we can attract into our lives good things— like improved health, wealth, and personal relationships. A key component of the philosophy is the idea that in order to effectively change one's negative thinking patterns, one must also "feel" (through creative visualization) that the desired changes have already occurred. This combination of positive thought and positive emotion is believed to allow one to attract positive experiences and opportunities by achieving resonance with that law. In Christianity, it is called faith. In Psychology, it is described as cognitive reframing techniques. In this edition of the TIME with Podcast, my special guest, Abimbola Awotesu (@DearAbi) and I discuss Finding Love through the Law of attraction.
In this interview, my special guest, Oumar Dieng, shares a compelling story of how he came face to face with machete-wielding locals ready to attack his family in Mauritania. Only at age 16, and with sheer bravado, Oumar was able to calm them down, narrowly preventing what could have been a catastrophic event, had this gone bad. Listen to this podcast, as Oumar shares his powerful story and lessons about how our experiences, both good and bad, shape who we become in life!