Managing the Gray
  • Language: eng
  • Episodes: 105
  • Last: 21 Feb 2018
Down to earth podcast that will help you improve your life through being smarter and more direct in how you live it. Real world advice from Boston based author, entrepreneur and self made man C.C. Chapman

Episodes (105)

  • America, You Need to Meet More Americans
    America, You Need to Meet More Americans
    Published: 21 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    These past seven days have followed a similar pattern that plays over and over. Outrage, anger, call for changes, finger pointing and then silence as something else grabs attention and pulls people away. Ban this! Shut up snowflakes! Lock ... Read more →
    These past seven days have followed a similar pattern that plays over and over. Outrage, anger, call for changes, finger pointing and then silence as something else grabs attention and pulls people away. Ban this! Shut up snowflakes! Lock ... Read more →

  • Are You Prepared to Survive and Help Others Live?
    Are You Prepared to Survive and Help Others Live?
    Published: 15 Feb 2018 Duration: n/a
    Emotions are raw and hearts are heavy. Another school day in America ended with screams, blood, and gunfire. Since our paid-off government isn’t doing anything about updating our gun laws and I wasn’t in the mood to have those kinds of con... Read more →
    Emotions are raw and hearts are heavy. Another school day in America ended with screams, blood, and gunfire. Since our paid-off government isn’t doing anything about updating our gun laws and I wasn’t in the mood to have those kinds of con... Read more →

  • Looking Forward Rather Than Around
    Looking Forward Rather Than Around
    Published: 30 Jan 2018 Duration: n/a
    Before the sun rose this morning, A Futile And Stupid Gesture was playing on the television. The coffee was strong, the dogs were sleeping and the weather people had completely botched the forecast of “a dusting at most” with the arrival o... Read more →
    Before the sun rose this morning, A Futile And Stupid Gesture was playing on the television. The coffee was strong, the dogs were sleeping and the weather people had completely botched the forecast of “a dusting at most” with the arrival o... Read more →

  • Technology Is Breaking Humanity
    Technology Is Breaking Humanity
    Published: 3 Jan 2018 Duration: n/a
    Technology is rapidly improving around us, all the while breaking us as humans. A century from now, historians and scientists will look back at these years and write volumes on how technology evolved society in a negative way. I’m not goin... Read more →
    Technology is rapidly improving around us, all the while breaking us as humans. A century from now, historians and scientists will look back at these years and write volumes on how technology evolved society in a negative way. I’m not goin... Read more →

  • Another End Of The Year Is Upon Us
    Another End Of The Year Is Upon Us
    Published: 31 Dec 2017 Duration: n/a
    The final hours of another year. The ball will drop, people will kiss and tomorrow everyone tries to start over. I pondered making a video wearing my Casey Neistat “Work Harder” hoodie while drinking from my Chuck Wendig “Art Harder Mother... Read more →
    The final hours of another year. The ball will drop, people will kiss and tomorrow everyone tries to start over. I pondered making a video wearing my Casey Neistat “Work Harder” hoodie while drinking from my Chuck Wendig “Art Harder Mother... Read more →

  • December: The Long And Short Month
    December: The Long And Short Month
    Published: 14 Dec 2017 Duration: n/a
    December is my most reflective month. The end of the year. Another trip around the sun for me. The first flakes of snow and bitter cold in the lungs. Life quiets down and speeds up at the same time. The mayhem of the holidays mixed with cu... Read more →
    December is my most reflective month. The end of the year. Another trip around the sun for me. The first flakes of snow and bitter cold in the lungs. Life quiets down and speeds up at the same time. The mayhem of the holidays mixed with cu... Read more →

  • As The Next Phase Of The World Unravels, I’m Ready To Write
    As The Next Phase Of The World Unravels, I’m Ready To Write
    Published: 30 Oct 2017 Duration: n/a
    The dominoes are starting to fall and while I’m glad the truth will finally begin to be known, I’m also angry that this is happening in America. That we’ve become so “my side is right and your side is wrong” that we’ve lost sight of the big... Read more →
    The dominoes are starting to fall and while I’m glad the truth will finally begin to be known, I’m also angry that this is happening in America. That we’ve become so “my side is right and your side is wrong” that we’ve lost sight of the big... Read more →

  • Why I Write? I Have No Choice.
    Why I Write? I Have No Choice.
    Published: 17 Oct 2017 Duration: n/a
    For the past year, I’ve asked numerous people the simple question of “Why do you write?” on the Why I Write Podcast. The answers usually start with a giggle at the enormity of the question, but the answers all have a similar vibe to them. A... Read more →
    For the past year, I’ve asked numerous people the simple question of “Why do you write?” on the Why I Write Podcast. The answers usually start with a giggle at the enormity of the question, but the answers all have a similar vibe to them. A... Read more →

  • Journaling The Rambles Of My Mind
    Journaling The Rambles Of My Mind
    Published: 27 Sep 2017 Duration: n/a
    This space has always been treated as an online journal first and any other word you might choose to call it second. I collect my thoughts and process the ones that I want to share with the world. The ones not for your eyes go down on pape... Read more →
    This space has always been treated as an online journal first and any other word you might choose to call it second. I collect my thoughts and process the ones that I want to share with the world. The ones not for your eyes go down on pape... Read more →

  • Don’t Trust Others To Care About Your Career
    Don’t Trust Others To Care About Your Career
    Published: 25 Sep 2017 Duration: n/a
    Dylan started college earlier this month. On the cross-country road trip, many stories were shared and advice given. He has a few years before he has to worry about it, but I reminded him that the only person he can fully trust to care abo... Read more →
    Dylan started college earlier this month. On the cross-country road trip, many stories were shared and advice given. He has a few years before he has to worry about it, but I reminded him that the only person he can fully trust to care abo... Read more →

  • My Beliefs
    My Beliefs
    Published: 27 Jul 2017 Duration: n/a
    My beliefs are simple and set in stone. They’ve evolved over time as life experiences shape them like river rocks. I don’t judge people based on the color of their skin, who they choose to worship or who they love. I judge everyone based o... Read more →
    My beliefs are simple and set in stone. They’ve evolved over time as life experiences shape them like river rocks. I don’t judge people based on the color of their skin, who they choose to worship or who they love. I judge everyone based o... Read more →

  • Being a Duck Ain’t Easy, But It Keeps Me Sane
    Being a Duck Ain’t Easy, But It Keeps Me Sane
    Published: 21 Jul 2017 Duration: n/a
    In Amazing Things Will Happen, I talked about the idea of being a duck. The concept is simple enough. Ducks don’t care about the rain. They keep swimming around, doing duck things. They let the rain wash off of them because they realize the... Read more →
    In Amazing Things Will Happen, I talked about the idea of being a duck. The concept is simple enough. Ducks don’t care about the rain. They keep swimming around, doing duck things. They let the rain wash off of them because they realize the... Read more →

  • Boston GORUCK Constellation
    Boston GORUCK Constellation
    Published: 13 Jun 2017 Duration: n/a
    My iPhone vibrates and I quickly pull it out to see what the latest from Command is. As the designated Comms for the team, it is my job to stay on top of what other teams are doing and orders from on high. “Blue teams, you have two minutes ... Read more →
    My iPhone vibrates and I quickly pull it out to see what the latest from Command is. As the designated Comms for the team, it is my job to stay on top of what other teams are doing and orders from on high. “Blue teams, you have two minutes ... Read more →

  • Weeks Are Rarely Simple
    Weeks Are Rarely Simple
    Published: 12 Jun 2017 Duration: n/a
    The heat of summer has rolled in. My least favorite time of year and one that I don’t mind rolling past as quickly as possible. Last week was one full of emotional swings. It started on Sunday with Dylan graduating from high school. It wasn... Read more →
    The heat of summer has rolled in. My least favorite time of year and one that I don’t mind rolling past as quickly as possible. Last week was one full of emotional swings. It started on Sunday with Dylan graduating from high school. It wasn... Read more →

  • Our Family Depends on Verizon Fios
    Our Family Depends on Verizon Fios
    Published: 10 Jun 2017 Duration: n/a
    I’ve worked remotely for more years than I’ve commuted to an office. If my Internet connection is slow or unstable, I can’t get the work done that I need to. The moment Verizon Fios came into my neighborhood I immediately signed up. I had ... Read more →
    I’ve worked remotely for more years than I’ve commuted to an office. If my Internet connection is slow or unstable, I can’t get the work done that I need to. The moment Verizon Fios came into my neighborhood I immediately signed up. I had ... Read more →

  • To Binge Or Savor?
    To Binge Or Savor?
    Published: 1 May 2017 Duration: n/a
    My week began with an early morning viewing of the new show American Gods. Last year, two trusted friends insisted that I read the book before the show came out. I do what I’m told (sometimes) and in this case am better for it. Sipping my ... Read more →
    My week began with an early morning viewing of the new show American Gods. Last year, two trusted friends insisted that I read the book before the show came out. I do what I’m told (sometimes) and in this case am better for it. Sipping my ... Read more →

  • Our Last Summer All Together
    Our Last Summer All Together
    Published: 25 Apr 2017 Duration: n/a
    Time is flying by and while I refuse to start counting days, I know there are not many left. Dylan begins college in the fall and the emotions that come with preparing for it have been hard and swinging. We are a tight family. I hug and ki... Read more →
    Time is flying by and while I refuse to start counting days, I know there are not many left. Dylan begins college in the fall and the emotions that come with preparing for it have been hard and swinging. We are a tight family. I hug and ki... Read more →

  • Watching My Kids Grow Up and Away
    Watching My Kids Grow Up and Away
    Published: 3 Apr 2017 Duration: n/a
    The moment you add an event to your calendar titled “Dylan & Dad’s College Road Trip” you know that emotions are going to be a bit messy. Not as messy as last week when an entire week worth of Senior events was added including one titled “... Read more →
    The moment you add an event to your calendar titled “Dylan & Dad’s College Road Trip” you know that emotions are going to be a bit messy. Not as messy as last week when an entire week worth of Senior events was added including one titled “... Read more →

  • Words and The Days To Come
    Words and The Days To Come
    Published: 1 Mar 2017 Duration: n/a
    Words have been hard to come by lately. No, that isn’t exactly true. There have been plenty of words, but I’ve been writing them down elsewhere. Leaving this spot alone. They’ve been anger fueled and tinged with a layer of neon orange slim... Read more →
    Words have been hard to come by lately. No, that isn’t exactly true. There have been plenty of words, but I’ve been writing them down elsewhere. Leaving this spot alone. They’ve been anger fueled and tinged with a layer of neon orange slim... Read more →

  • Why I Chose To Be Part Of The Women’s March
    Why I Chose To Be Part Of The Women’s March
    Published: 23 Jan 2017 Duration: n/a
    Men and women are different. That doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be treated equally. Around the globe this weekend, on all seven continents, millions of humans marched. Each who chose to show up did so for their own reasons. My reasons were si... Read more →
    Men and women are different. That doesn’t mean they shouldn’t be treated equally. Around the globe this weekend, on all seven continents, millions of humans marched. Each who chose to show up did so for their own reasons. My reasons were si... Read more →

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