Sunday, October 28, 2018

Can a Woman Be “Too Old” for Marriage?

When someone said beauty was only skin deep, they were not kidding.  There are so many women, who appear beautiful, yet are perpetually single.  Some of them claim it’s a choice.  Is that a fact?  Do all these women really want a life without love and affection?  Or is there more to the story? 

Today we will look at the unfortunate phenomenon of women who are all alone.  Except, we will open this can of worms from a man’s perspective. 

Join us today, Sunday, October 28, for a lively and engaging conversation, from a man’s point of view.  The discussion goes from 7:00 pm – 8:00 pm.  Ladies, not even you will want to miss this one.  

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To join the discussion call:  (323) 642-1387. 

Thursday, October 25, 2018

Can a Woman Be “Too Old” for Marriage?

In a recent article about marriage in China, they described an appropriate age for women to marry.  In the article, they stated a woman who is unmarried by age 30 is considered undesirable.  In China, they call it Shen nu, which means “left over”.  When a man is seeking a new bride, his hope is that she is under 30.  If she is 30 and over, there will be frowns and questions about

Tuesday, October 23, 2018

Is Your Mind Dangerous?

People use their minds to survive.  Without the mind to survive, perhaps mankind would have become extinct eons ago.  However, the mind can also be somewhat lazy.  When it’s lazy, it goes into autopilot.  In autopilot, it does not use logic and reason.  It mostly reacts, like knee jerk responses.  In autopilot, the mind becomes less interested in

Friday, October 19, 2018

Going Behind the Scenes on Why Men Really Cheat

For decades, we have heard many reasons for why men cheat.  In most cases, it has been the woman’s point of view about why men cheat.  Unfortunately, society has accepted those points of view as the truth.  Now the media promotes the woman’s perspective.  What’s worse is that

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Do Women Understand Men?

Friends & Family: Thank you for your support.  The radio show, Straight Talk with Ted Santos and Blair Nash, had a very successful debut.  From calls and private messages I received after the show, there were quite a few listeners who gave very positive feedback. 

One of the major points that came from the show is

Friday, October 12, 2018

Quick Announcement and Favor…

After last Sunday’s launch of the radio show, Blair and I have had to work out a few glitches and bugs. Now that they’ve been worked out, we’re ready to air this Sunday at 7:00pm. Before we engage in a lively discussion about relationships, I have a favor to ask. We want to make sure the show is relevant to you. To ensure that, I request you drop me 2 questions or topics you would like us to address. You can write it below or in my inbox at Look forward to speaking with you Sunday.

What do you think? I would love to hear your feedback. And I’m open to ideas. Or if you want to write me about a specific topic, connect through my blog

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Straight Talk

Straight Talk is a live call-in radio show that airs every Sunday from 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm on  Click the icon that looks like the photo.  

To join the conversation, call: 323 642-1387.  

‘Straight Talk’ is the place where men discuss life and relationships from a man’s point of view. 

Don’t miss it, even if you’re a woman.

For decades, women have had many platforms to discuss important issues concerning love, money, education, career, health, relationships, marriage and divorce.  During this time, there have been absolutely no platforms for men.  Conversations have been one sided and dictated by what women want.  As a result, men have been silenced.  This has had consequences.   

More than ever men are experiencing frustrations with women.  The rules of yesterday have quickly changed, and men are unsure how to approach or establish happiness in love relationships with women.  Unfortunately, there is no platform for men to come together to discuss these challenges.  

Ted Santos and Blair Nash have created a platform to fill that void in society. 

It’s rare for men to have a platform that allows them to discuss life challenges – love, work, and family.  Instead, as it’s a learned behavior, most men keep many of their concerns bottled inside. 

By creating a live call-in radio show through the Internet, ‘Straight Talk’ is a place where men can openly speak about their personal concerns and receive feedback from two professionals – Ted and Blair.  Ted Santos is an executive coach and advisor to CEOs of middle market companies.  He also has expertise transforming corporate culture (behavior).

Blair is a certified life coach and author of three relationship books.  He counsels husbands and wives, dating couples, and individuals.  

While the show is designed for men, it’s an opportunity for women to hear what men really think.  Though the focus is towards men, women are strongly encouraged to call in.   

‘Straight Talk’ will be broadcast every Sunday from 7:00pm-8:00pm.  Because it’s a live show, callers will have the opportunity, if appropriate, to be coached or receive feedback to find real time solutions to meeting women, dating, relationship challenges or problems in the workplace. 

Some of the topics the program will cover are the following:

  1. Staying out of the friend zone
  2. What do you want from a woman?
  3. Why men cheat/Why women cheat
  4. The family man
  5. How do you choose the right woman?
  6. Negotiating with your woman
  7. Dealing with the career woman
  8. Getting what you want from your woman
  9. Career women vs. stay at home mom
  10. The stay at home dad
  11. Is marriage beneficial to men?
  12. Are you educated?
  13. What’s your next career move?
  14. Is entrepreneurship in your DNA?
  15. What are your transferable skills for a better career?
  16. Corporate life vs. trade or skilled
  17. Child support
  18. Are there good women out there?
  19. Finding love overseas
  20. Love in the workplace

We look forward to your participation.  Let's break the silence. 

What do you think? I would love to hear your feedback. And I’m open to ideas. Or if you want to write me about a specific topic, connect through my blog