CONFIDENCE YOU NEED TO FACE THE DAY
Life is good when you can be yourself. It's great when you can be your whole self!
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Do you wish you were more confident?
Do you shy away from speaking up because you don’t think you know enough?
Do you keep your thoughts, opinions, and beliefs to yourself to avoid confrontation?
The Joe Mobley Show is all about great conversations, memorable stories, and engaging content. This is your place for compelling arguments and confidence boosting activities that anyone can do for FREE!
We take on tough issues in easy to understand ways so you can navigate life’s sensitive topics with ease. Engage in meaningful conversations with friends, family, and even colleagues without fear.
We’ve all found ourselves in situations where someone was saying things about conservatives that were completely false. Typically, we think to ourselves, “that’s not true,” and quietly let them go unopposed and uncorrected. Not any more. This has led to massive misinformation campaigns and widespread false beliefs about roughly half of our country’s citizens.
Here, we speak up and speak out about what we think, believe, and more.
What are your thoughts, opinions, and beliefs? Why do you believe them? How can you speak confidently about them with others?
Sharpen you mind and your arguments at the same time. Learning about issues builds knowledge—speaking openly with others builds relationships!
Be empowered to be the voice of change in your sphere of influence. We bring you the Truth In Love —nothing more, nothing less.
A place where everyone is welcome. All ideas discussed & considered on the basis of their merits; not the merits of the messenger.
Listen in as we dive into the issues, and share our stories and experiences. Learn easy ways to handle tough topics head on with facts and empathy.
What Are People Saying?
“This podcast is full of “must have” conversation pieces for conservatives and liberals alike. A place where the two can have a seat at the table and both be heard in a society full of contention and mistrust…”
“…It reminds us that we can all have our own views and beliefs and still maintain respect for those we don’t understand while working to find common ground. The amount of care taken in having these conversations is commendable. Job well done!“