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This Show Is All About You

Mondays 3pm-4pm

Hosted by JDK Wyneken

Mondays, 3PM-4PM

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The best conversations are rooted in connection; better connection improves relationships; stronger relationships are the building blocks of a better world. That is the foundation for This Show is All About You, hosted by JDK Wyneken.

Tune in Mondays from 3PM – 4PM PST to hear a thoughtful conversation between JDK and his weekly guest about discovering and building upon connections. Featured guests are invited for their unique experiences and stories that resonate, whether they be about the Big Things in Life we all face or the Little Joyful Things That We Often Miss  – or both.

JDK is a fiction writer, PhD historian, poet, storyteller, and social commentator with an affinity for making the complex easier to understand and embrace. His interests and experiences range far and wide, and he isn’t shy about sharing his unique and insightful takes on history, current affairs, literature, media, music, travel, sports, cooking, or whatever else JDK and his guests explore. It’s all delivered with a healthy dose of humor, emotional intelligence, personal reflection, and strategic irreverence for the accepted notions of How Things Should Be Done.

 

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JDK Wyneken, Host

JDK was raised on the beaches of Hawaii and Southern California and has lived all over the country. While he has traveled the world, he is most at home with his own imperfect self. Having reimagined and rebuilt his life after his battle through addiction, JDK knows what it’s like to work through and accept the ugly parts of life to better appreciate its gifts.

Combine all that with years of connecting with, listening to, and learning from people of all ages and stages, and you have a host willing and uniquely able to share his full life on the airwaves in order to connect with listeners – ensuring his show is, indeed, All About You.

To learn more about JDK or to apply to be a guest on the show, connect with him via:

Website: www.wordsbyjdk.com

Email: wordsbyjdk@gmail.com

Facebook: JDKWyneken1

Instagram: jdkwyneken

Twitter: @jdkwyneken

Calvin and Hobbes Warned Us
JDK goes solo this week to discuss the ramifications of last week's FBI search for and removal of classified documents - including top secret documents about nuclear weapons - from former president Trump's home in Mar-A-Lago, Florida. In particular, JDK looks at what the anti-law enforcement rhetoric that resulted from some quarters indicates about where we stand as a country and what options we may be able to find to reduce the growing danger we fear is threatening the country. As with so much of life, those answers start with the questions we ask ourselves, no matter where we stand politically, and who we stand alongside or against.
"Yes, I Can Help Ukraine" – Part II
Episode 81: "Yes, I Can Help Ukraine" - Part II JDK welcomes Tanya Zayka back to the show for a continued conversation about her work with the Ukrainian Association of Washington State to provide relief to displaced refugees inside Ukraine. Listen to firsthand accounts of amazing stories of how one person's work can literally end up helping thousands more, and get specific ideas and information on how you, too, can help similarly. Be sure to visit the UAWS by visiting www.uaws.org to find out more about how you can help, whether you live in the state or not.
"Yes, I Can Help Ukraine" – Part I
Episode 80: "Yes, I Can Help Ukraine" - Part I JDK welcomes a special guest to the show, Tanya Zayka of the Ukrainian Association of Washington State, for a heartfelt and powerful discussion about the extensive relief efforts that are still underway to help the people of Ukraine as they continue to resist the brutal Russian invasion of their country. Tanya shares about growing up in Ukraine, her country's history, her relief projects and those of many other individuals. These include shipping winter clothing, medical supplies, and even NICU machines for newborns to war torn areas. It is both a sobering and inspiring series of stories, and Tanya also provides clear advice on how each of us can take simple steps that will literally save lives. Such action is urgent, as the need for aid in Ukraine is only growing.... Be sure to catch Part II of this important conversation with Tanya in next week's episode.