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My Interview with Alexa Servodido

Alexa Servodidio is a licensed Counselor, and has a well-known radio show on  Blogtalkradio.com Her show covers Healing, Personal Growth, and Psychoeducation, Exploring barriers and strengths of individuals.

The Alexa show airs every Wednesday at 8pm EST on blogtalkradio.com/alexas29

Alexa Servodidio and I talk about my book One Of A Kind Making Things Happen, and how overcoming all that life can throw at us, doesn’t have to prevent any of us from succeeding. “closing the door” on bad things that have occurred in our past is a technique I have used very successfully and is something that all of us can learn. In learning to do this we can take charge of how our life can be a fulfilling and exciting experience rather than a negative one where we blame the past for not achieving a bright and fulfilling future for ourselves.

My book, One Of A Kind Making Things Happen is available on Amazon if you follow the link to my official author page or you can check out my posts on my Facebook Page , my YouTube interviews, Blogs and contact information.

Making Things Happen, Famous Names from Ealing Studios

By Louise Penn for her blog. Louise is part of our Famous Names project.

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Famous Names from Ealing Studios – new local project

Ealing, West London, is the home of the iconic Ealing Studios, and during the stewardship of Will Barker, Basil Dean, and Michael Balcon, produced some of the most iconic and well-loved films to come out of British cinema, especially in the 1940s and 1950s.

In more recent years the studios have become a place where both films and television have been created, and you can still see the ‘White House’ adminstration building as you walk from High Street towards St Mary’s Road.


For the last ten years Ealing town centre has not had a permanent cinema; there is the local Film Club, which meets in the Town Hall, and there has been a travelling van showing up-to-date titles, first on Haven Green, and later within the perimeter of the demolished Empire/ABC.

There have been plans afoot for some time to develop a lifestyle quarter within Ealing, emcompassing retail, residential, and cultural spaces (including that long-awaited replacement cinema). This is where the Famous Names from Ealing Studios comes in.

The brainchild of Tony Moore, this project now has a dedicated public Facebook group and has attracted interest from Ealing Council, Ealing Regeneration, Ealing Highways, Rupa Huq M.P., Ealing Today, the Ealing History group, Ealing Department of Works, Talking Pictures TV, with other potential supporters already approached.

Ealing, with its importance not just to the history of cinema, but also to television (Monty Python filmed many sketches within the borough, Downton Abbey’s ‘downstairs’ scenes were all filmed at the Studios), and to music (‘The Ealing Club’ was instrumental to the careers of The Who, The Rolling Stones, and Cream), should be a popular stop on the tourist trail, and a Walk of Fame would attract interest, investment, and a financial boost for the area between Ealing Broadway, Bond Street, and Mattock Lane.

Many performers have been linked with Ealing or been in residence here: Sid James, Tony Hancock, George Formby, Gracie Fields, Dick Emery, Earl Cameron, Freddie Mercury, Dusty Springfield, Julian Clary, Arthur Haynes, Googie Withers, Alec Guinness, Stanley Holloway, Sam Kydd, director Steve McQueen, Matt Monro, Liz Sladen, John Gregson, Stewart Granger, Maurice Chevalier, Gloria Swanson, Tommy Trinder, Will Hay, Ivor Novello, Harry Fowler, Jack Hawkins, Joan Greenwood, Gordon Jackson, and Mervyn Johns, to mention just a few.

What better way to remember them, and put Ealing firmly on the destination map?

The Famous Names from Ealing project needs publicity, awareness, and the backing of the local community and business owners to make this work. Please consider joining the project – for more information follow the link above to the Facebook group, or contact Tony Moore directly by Email 


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Interview on Fox News Inspirational Entrepreneurs

This was an interview I was asked to do for a Fox News program called “Inspirational Entrepreneurs” where I was interviewed about my first book One Of A Kind. My interview, in this program , hosted by Lauren Simonetti, in New York, is about making a new business concept work in a global market. We also discuss how a difficult upbringing can help motivate success. Fox News Interview with Tony Moore Lauren referred to me as a “Serial Entrepreneur” now that’s funny!

Click here to see the interview Interview with Inspirational Entrepreneurs



My Interview with Lifeteam Critical Care Transport

My interview with Austin Brake and Rebecca Beeson Lagler took place at the Nebraska Fire Fighting School at Grand Island, Nebraska in June.

Interview with Austin Brake and Rebecca Beeson Lagler Part 1  and part 2   Interview with Austin brake and Rebecca Beeson Lagler Part 2  Rebecca and Austin are both medics working with Lifeteam Critical Care Transport,  and they both save lives every single day they go to work. Rebecca is a State Registered Nurse working on board a fixed wing aircraft, while Austin works on board a helicopter as a Paramedic. Their work involves taking critically ill people from accidents, hospitals or even from their homes to take them to hospitals where they can receive the medical help they urgently need. In Rebecca’s words, they “Get to see the best people on the worst days of their lives!” Their work also includes taking transplant patients to receive their replacement organs.13254385_10207972319680271_5838480695411458818_nIn my interview with Rebecca and Austin, live at the Nebraska Fire Training School, we talk about what it means to be saving lives every day you go to the “Office.” But the difference is that their office is an airfield where critical emergencies, requiring urgent transport, are happening every day and involve each of them and their entire team flying out across Nebraska, Kansas, Iowa and taking the critically sick or injured to get the medical help they need.