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The Weather's Fine: My Method for Navigating Life's Challenges

The Weather's Fine: My Method for Navigating Life's Challenges

The Weather's Fine: My Method for Navigating Life's Challenges

The Weather's Fine: My Method for Navigating Life's Challenges

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Overview

There's Always a Ray of Light in the Darkest Storms

Life's challenges can seem lonely, insurmountable, and full of despair, and learning from the challenges and mistakes of others is one of the best ways to successfully emerge from them.

Author and speaker, Arch Kennedy, has had his proverbial droughts, floods, hurricanes, and earthquakes throughout his life:

  • Riding his rollercoaster career as a television meteorologist
  • Caring for his mother who had a debilitating disease
  • Battling the addiction of alcoholism
  • Discovering and accepting his sexuality as a gay man
  • Emerging from political apathy into activism
  • Finding his way back to his spiritual faith

More than self-help techniques, the map that he used to navigate through all of these experiences is a proven set of principles that has strengthened his resilience and helps guide his daily life. His dramatic stories reveal the power of God's unfailing love and the resilience of the human spirit, and he shares them with you.



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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9798218054571
Publisher: Arch Kennedy
Publication date: 12/01/2022
Pages: 144
Sales rank: 198,385
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.39(d)

About the Author

Arch comes from a family of broadcasters, so it is no surprise that he ended up working for 17 years as a broadcast meteorologist. After receiving a Bachelor of Science in meteorology and a minor in mathematics from Florida State University, he began his career in Macon, Georgia, "paying his dues" in the industry.Later, Arch was able to make the jump to the Atlanta market, where he enjoyed eight years working at several local affiliates, WXIA and WSB, and on networks such as The Weather Channel, CNN, and Headline News forecasting the weather for millions. His career then took him to WFTV in Orlando, Florida and finally to a chief job in Nashville, Tennessee, at WZTV.A shift in his life occurred when he came back home to take care of his mother in her last three years of life. After his mother's passing, he has continued to apply his experience as a recovering alcoholic doing two years of heavy research on the addicted brain. His goal is now to speak and train others on overcoming their challenges and achieving a meaningful life filled with purpose.

Rusty Humphries is an award winning, veteran of the radio and TV industry.Starting as a high schooler hired to clean the parking lot of a radio station, Humphries quickly moved up the ladder as a copywriter, DJ, sports reporter, producer, comedy writer, political analyst, and eventually the host of his own nationally syndicated radio talk show, "The Rusty Humphries Show," ranked with the 6th largest listening audience in the U.S. by Talkers Magazine.As a talent coach and media consultant he has worked with the best in the business, including, Rush Limbaugh, Ryan Seacrest, Casey Kasem, Dick Clark, Elvis Duran, Scott Shannon, Mancow Muller, Kidd Kraddick, Jeff and Jer, and 100's of other talented radio and TV hosts. He has been a successful political consultant, appeared in five major motion pictures. Filmed a documentary on Radio, recorded five CD's, and has even been featured in a Dr. Demento CD collection. "The Rusty Humphries Rebellion," is one of the world's most popular podcasts on politics and pop-culture, often ranking in the top 50 podcasts.A dynamic speaker and personality, he's been seen on nearly all national broadcast and cable outlets including Fox News Channel, NBC, ABC, CBS, CNN, MSNBC, RT, History, NatGeo, Amazon and many others.Humphries has broadcast from war zones in Iraq and Afghanistan, interviewed Palestinian terrorists, and traveled three times to the detention facility at Guantanamo Bay. He helped with relief efforts in Sudan, Darfur and Cambodia, and has been banned for life from Parliament in the U.K. for asking tough questions to a politician, who didn't like it very much.His exploits have been fodder for books, TV and radio shows, and have even been fictionalized by multi-award winning, bestselling author Orson Scott Card in the book "Hidden Empire."Humphries is an expert in broadcasting and social media training as well as business and talent development. He is the CEO of a thriving consulting agency.

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