Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Martin Cooper

Cell phones are as much a part of our DNA as driving, and we wouldn’t leave home without them. Let’s fact it, everything from phone numbers to our bank accounts are stored in there, and without it, we’d be lost.

Well, on our show today, we speak with the brilliant engineer who invented the first cell phone and the first to use his invention on the streets of New York, Martin Cooper, Martin is a brilliant engineer and author who recently penned the book, “Cutting the Cord,” about what went on behind the scenes in corporate and political world before the cell phone became mainstream. He takes us on a ride from drawing board to every day use, and his story is fascinating. We also talk about how the cell phone not only revolutionized the entire world, but how it can be the key to future innovations and global equity.

Please join us for this fascinating conversation, and invite your friends, too. #DeborahKobyltLIVE on all audio and video platforms.

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Jennifer Anne Moses

Please join me in welcoming journalist, poet, author, and artist #JenniferAnneMoses, referred to by Google as a “multi-genre writer,” but I call her sensational.
In her most recent book, The Man Who Loved His Wife, Jennifer takes a deep dive into Yiddish literature and her love of the Hebrew language. It’s a fascinating read, rich in history and tradition, and quite clever. Jennifer is also an artist, whose artwork brings up comparisons of Grandma Moses, and her work is whimsical and nothing short of extraordinary.

As a journalist, Jennifer has been published in the New York Times, Washington Post, and so many more top publications, and we talk about her unexpected journey into writing, which was quite unexpected.

Please tune in to #DeborahKobyltLIVE available on all video and audio platforms. And invite your friends, too. We look forward to connecting #DeborahZaraKobylt

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Ruben Rojas

Art is healing, and today we speak with one of my favorite artists, #RubenRojas, a former success in the world of finance, who decided to follow his heart and paint themes of #love.

Ruben is a muralist, and designer, and chances are if you live in #LA, you’ve seen his artwork on the sides of buildings. By using a city landscape as his canvas, Ruben encourages positive change in communities through optimism and collaboration. His work can now be seen globally New York to Paris, and he joins us today not just to talk about his art, but how we need to listen to that voice from within that guides us toward our purpose.
Ruben is also the co-founder of Beautify Earth, and we’ll speak with him about that as well. Please join us LIVE on all video and audio podcast platforms on #DeborahKobyltLIVE, snd thanks for tuning in. #DeborahZaraKobylt