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 For most of my life, people have been telling me not to try or to give up. They said my goals were impossible–that I couldn’t possibly make any of it happen. But, what they were really saying was that it was impossible for them. Since they couldn’t, I shouldn’t even try. It was too bad and so sad that they empowered their fears and self-doubts instead of finding their own inner courage ignore the negative message. If you believe you can’t, then you can’t; yet if you are certain you can, you can find or make a way to reach your goals. I changed the punctuation, which modified the message to “I’m possible.” What they didn’t understand is that every time they said I couldn’t, not only did I proved them wrong, but I did it so well that they looked foolish for doubting me.

I am a creative with a good business sense. As a storyteller, I tell tales about those who find the courage or are forced by circumstances beyond their control to face their deepest, darkest fears. As a producer, I use innovation, moxie, and the highest production standards to produce film and television projects. I base my projects on age, gender, and ethnic diversity both in front of and behind the cameras.

No matter what the venue, you first must start with an original concept and a well-crafted script. Adding the current visual/special effects or new talent doesn’t make a project new, which makes nearly all remakes and sequels reruns.

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The current trend of focusing on A-list talent and high price tent poles projects only serves to reduce the number of projects produced every year, which increases the financial risk to the investors and the production company. Just because it worked before doesn’t mean it will be successful again. Original projects initially carry more risk, but the truly innovative ones become the trendsetters and sent new bars for profitability. Casting talent in an inappropriate role, no matter what their marketing rating, will only serve to increase the budget and will hurt the project at the box office. However, casting a talented unknown in the right role will garner the audiences and create a future A-list talent. 

 
 
Money can’t fix a bad project. By substituting money for innovation is throwing good after bad and is the main ingredient in producing a disaster. Business 101 states that profitability comes when you give the public what they want at a cost-effective price. Business 102 states that if you treat your people well, they will treat you well, which means paying them a living wage and giving them respect. These are two elements many in the business community have forgotten, which is why the economy is still challenged.

Although I have not served, I use my talents to actively support military personnel and veterans. Recently, I was asked why. The answer is simple. I don’t have the temperament to serve. Nearly all of my time would have been spent in the stockade. Besides, I am only capable of shooting off my mouth. But at that, I’m a markswoman because I know how to use words as weapons. 

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Most of those who serve signed their name and dedicated their lives to serving and protecting their country and the world. However, killing others is an unfortunate necessity for both sides of conflicts. This is a major disconnect that causes most of the emotional issues for those served. In order to defend, they have to kill. But killing is contradictory to their need to protect. I met a gentleman, who served during WWII, who put it the best. Looking back on his life, he felt guilty over the good men he killed just because they belonged to the other side and for his buddies, he was unable to save. Now decades later, those memories tore him up inside, because he couldn’t stop thinking about them
 
Those who serve the nation are people, not disposable parts of the war machine and they are especially not political footballs that are to be used, abused, and then losed at the whims of politicians.
 
My job is to make sure civilians and especially politicians never forget that.

I am proud of my work. It will make you laugh, cry, and scare your socks off. But it will also inspire you to see the world in new ways. Join my team and become the difference you want to see in the world.

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The character Elizabeth in the paranormal thriller is not for an actress who is of faint of heart when it comes to digging deep and facing her own shadow. Elizabeth is a soul, who incarnated too quickly. In doing so, she brought the anger, betrayal, and need for revenge that she felt in her previous life back with her. Although she doesn’t consciously remember the past, it has been actively, poisoning her present life. Distrustful of others and her own emotions, Elizabeth only comes emotionally alive within the novels she writes. Although she is cold and distant with most, she is a good and loyal friend to those few she does trust enough to call friend, which is how she found herself agreeing to teach a writing class at an obscure Michigan college.
 
Arriving in Coyote Springs, Elizabeth instantly regrets her decision, but she is honor bound to see it through. The old memories begin to surface as people and places seem familiar, bringing with them the rage that was spawned by the betrayal. By the time, she realized what it is happening it is too late to run. She has come face to face with the woman who murdered her daughter and the spirit of her dead child, who has been trapped in their home for decades. Will she be able to reclaim the love and forgive so that her daughter’s spirit be freed or will her need for revenge damn them all?
 
Never Can Say Good-bye is a paranormal thriller that intertwines the past and the present to create an innovative spin on the ghostly genre.
 
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Imprisoned in her family’s home, the spirit of a murdered child waits for her parents to free her. But they have moved on to new lives as has her killer. Randi must bring them back together, so that they can forgive themselves and make amends. If she succeeds, they will all heal and she will be freed to also reincarnate. If she fails, their need for revenge will damn them all.Combining two concepts, Never Can Say Good-bye creates an innovative spin on the ghostly genre. With a tagline, “When love is forever, death is only the beginning,” it is comparable to Ghost and The Others.

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Until You Walk The Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is hosting author and film maker Jonathon Moch at 1 pm eastern on May 24 as we talk about his Sci-fi fantasy novels and his work in the film industry.

Moch is a Christian and father. In his opinion, those two things are the most important priorities in his life. The “Emanation” series was inspired by a need to give a special legacy to show the importance of love and sacrifice to his children. He had wanted to share his imagination and creativity with others for years. Moch has always struggled with reading and writing. Through the help of his loving family and supportive friends, he was able to write his first novel. He hopes that his faith and his perseverance will inspire others to not only fallow their dreams but make them a reality.

Jonathon Moch website is at http://jonathanmoch.com/

To learn more about to Jonathon Moch’s “nothing is impossible philosophy” as he talks about his Sci-fi novels and the film industry tune into http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze on May 24 at 1 pm eastern. The phone lines and chat will be available for those who wish to participate. The phone number is (347) 838-9927.

The interview will be available in the archives at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/theresachaze/2012/05/24/until-you-walk-the-path-you-wont-know-where-it

Until You Walk the Path, You Won’t Know Where it Goes is an interactive internet radio show, which takes a broader look at life. The goal is to give a venue to those who wish to share their inspiration, their wisdom and their courage. By sharing our experiences, we not only give encouragement others to be their best and highest selves, but to also help them find the courage to reach for their dreams. Please remember to leave comments for myself and my guests.