“Forgotten Hollywood”- A Guest on Circle of Insight…

Posted on December 12, 2014 by raideoman1 | No Comments

Manny P. here…

   I’ve been invited to be a guest on Circle of Insight on the Therapy Cable network. The web television program is hosted by the esteemed Carlos Vazquez, a former congressional candidate for the US House of Representatives. I’ll be waxing nostalgic about Hollywood’s Golden Age and its psychological impact on society and culture, the Great Depression, the Allied fight during World War II, and the subsequent rise of the Baby Boomer generation. The internet podcast explores psychology with a myriad of topics, such as economics, politics, religion, and more. My three-part interview can be viewed after 02/21 on therapycable.com. As stated by Carlos Vazquez on his LinkedIn website:

circle of insight   TCLogo

Founded in 2013, Circle of Insight is a research and educational institution – a think tank-whose mission is to explore the tough issues and questions and to create, develop, and distribute content that will stimulate, encourage, and facilitate serious discussion in the hope of better understanding and advancement.

The Circle’s staff pursues this mission by performing timely, accurate research on relevant and pertinent issues and providing discussions with leading experts in their field.

The guests are comprised of doctors, lawyers, politicians, scientists, and experts in their field. We believe a multidisciplinary approach is essential in finding rational, comprehensive and practical solutions.

Cut-and-paste the link below for the latest program:


   Carlos Vazquez is a financial planner specializing in retirement and behavioral finance (the psychology of investment decisions). He examines the unconscious patterns that create our views and behaviors towards money, risk, and decision making. Also, Vazquez is a Doctoral Candidate in Psychology.

   Here’s the complete lowdown about Therapy Cable:


   Just in time for the holidays, I invite you to tune in!

Until next time>                               “never forget”

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