Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Mario Anzuoni

“My audience is everywhere. I think that with a compelling, intimate, eye-catching photo, I can capture anybody’s attention.”​

Meet famed photographer, Mario Anzuoni, who has shot some of the most famous people in the world, and he joins us on #DeborahKobyltLIVE, #LittleItalyPodcast, and #LittleItalyOfLAPodcast to talk about his incredible life and career, in addition to growing up in Naples, Italy.​

Mario said as a boy, he wanted to see the world, so he signed up for the Navy. But he never went. Instead he started taking photos, his work stood out so much, that he was quickly tapped to snap photos for an organization that allowed him to travel internationally.

He works for #Reuters now, and he talks to us about the secret to his incredible career, the trust his clients have in him, and of course growing up in Italy. Join us on all audio and video platforms, and invite your friends, too🇮🇹


Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Amanda Botfeld

Meet Amanda Botfeld, journalist and author, “A Girl’s Guide To Poker,” who joins us today on #DeborahKobyltLIVE.

Amanda became a journalist at a young age, having her first article published by the #WallStreetJournal when she was just 23. She’s since gone on to write for the #HuffingtonPost and #LosAngelesTimes, and she joins our show to talk about writing, journalism, and how to get published if you have an idea for a book or article. Essentially, she tells us the secret sauce of how to get it done. And don’t we all have an idea we’d like to get published?

Join our show on all video and audio platforms, and if you know anyone interested in writing a book, or has an idea for an article or screenplay, make sure to watch and listen to our program today. Thanks for tuning in! #DeborahZaraKobylt

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Dallas Louis

Please join us in welcoming Dallas Louis, author, “Why Some Animals Eat Their Young.”
I was instantly drawn to the title of this book, particularly when I realized this is a book about raising children, and how sometimes when we feel we are at our wits end, and we aren’t alone.
Dallas is as adorable as she is witty. This book is filled with ways to cope, with some real-life stories I’m sure we can all relate to. She even suggests getting a puppy before having kids, to test it out, although that chapter is more amusing than totally serious.
Dallas talks about getting through postpartum, working through anger management, weight gain, and she even talks about prescription drugs to get us through those times when we seriously can’t hold it together.
Please join our full interview on ALL video and audio platforms of #DeborahKobyltLIVE, and invite your friends, too.

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Jenn Greenhut & Larry Tollin

Meet Jennifer Greenhut Tollin and Larry Tollin, the remarkable couple who co-wrote, “Everyone Needs a Larry: Love with a Twist of Cancer.”

This isn’t your ordinary husband and wife tale. Rather, it’s the incredibly brave story of Jennifer, and how she braved stage four, triple-negative breast cancer soon after meeting Larry, and his view on being a partner and caregiver of the woman he loved.

This is a he-said, she-said survival story that shares lessons, challenges, joys, and even the mistakes of living life through cancer, and surviving it! Lots of lessons learned here for all of us, from gratitude to patience, and how to endure hardships.

Please join our full interview on ALL video and audio podcast platforms of #DeborahKobyltLIVE, and invite your friends, too.

Jennifer has become a friend, I think you’ll enjoy hearing her story as much as I first did❤️

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Wendie Colter

Medical intuition can often be credited with saving lives, and today we speak with please Wendie Colter, author, “Essentials of Medical Intuition: A Visionary Path to Wellness,” to discuss how this works and how each of us can tap into it.

Imagine the possibilities of being able to intuitively pinpoint the root causes of illness, imbalance, and disease. It can be done, and Wendie is often called upon by health care professionals to help them do just that. She’s also formulated a program to teach Medical Intuitive Training to wellness practitioners, and during our show today, we’ll tap into some of those techniques.

Please join #DeborahKobyltLIVE on all audio and video platforms, and invite anyone you think might be interested in today’s topic, too. Thanks for tuning in, I hope you’ll enjoy our show. #DeborahZaraKobylt

Deborah Kobylt Live: Mara Branscombe

Please welcome to our show, Mara Branscombe, author, “Ritual as Remedy: Embodied Practices for Soul Care,” a step-by-step guide to self-care and soul-care rituals that can seriously transform our lives.

Mara says rituals serve to help us stay grounded, which can lead to awakening our inner selves and find pure joy as life was meant to be lived. If you feel stuck, unfulfilled, unhappy, and can’t figure out why, perhaps hearing what Mara has to say can change that, by teaching us how to create rituals that keep us balanced and grounded in what’s truly important.

Tune into #DeborahKobyltLIVE and hear Mara’s step-by-step guide to creating rituals that are as fun as they are practical and ultimately life-changing. Find our show on all video and audio platforms. And thanks for being a part of our journey into self-care and self-discovery. #DeborahZaraKobylt

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Beatrice Adenodi

Masks Off!

Many of us wear masks, whether we’re hiding from something or trying to fit in, and today, we speak with Beatrice Adenodi, author, “Mindless Behaviors, Breaking Through Unseen Barriers,” about some of the learned behaviors in our lives, how they keep us from moving forward, and how we can once and for all rip off the masks that are holding us back.

Beatrice says that because many of us are steeped in biases from a young age, we often mimic behaviors we see, which could keep us from moving forward. We discuss what “mindless behaviors” are, and how to work through them to live more productive lives.

Just wait until you hear her story. Beatrice is a storyteller, a sought-after business consultant and speaker, and a first-generation Nigerian American. She tapped into what was holding her back in her own life, and now shares how we can do the same.

Find #DeborahKobyltLIVE on all video and audio platforms, and please invite your friends, too. And pick up her book, “Mindless Behaviors.” I related to it, perhaps you will, too❤️

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Suzie Newell

Author Suzie Newell she grew up in a family of high achievers, many of whom struggled with drug addiction, as she did. But it was her sister’s overdose in 2017 that led her to re-focus her life and write, “The Path: Daily Direction For Ladies & Mothers, Witches & Others.”
Suzie is an anesthesiologist with a nursing background, and has her doctorate specializing in coping mechanisms for women. Her research took her into the world of neuroscience where she gained understanding into how mental health issues are related to dopamine and endorphins. Creating activities and mindsets that build these “feel good” hormones is the basis for this book.

The Path 365 demystifies the concepts of mind, body and spirit, so we can all create a path in our lives that is uniquely ours, and we discuss how in our interview.

Please join us on all video and audio platforms of #DeborahKobyltLIVE, and learn more about The Path and how it might help you on your continued journey in life, too. Thanks for tuning in and being a part of the amazing tribe of women who support our show.

Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Natalya Vorozhbyt

A warm welcome to Natalya Vorozhbit, writer/director of the award-winning Ukrainian film, “Bad Roads.” Natalya will be calling us LIVE from Ukraine to discuss her incredible film.

“Bad Roads” portrays a startlingly grim panorama of life during wartime, takes place along the battle-scarred Donbas region of eastern Ukraine, when tensions between the Ukrainian government and Russian-backed separatists flared into armed conflict in 2014, long before the war in recent months. Natalya pulls us a little deeper into the heart of the contest, where soldiers and civilians dwell in unbearable tension, women are exploited, and so much more.

The film will be screening at the Saban Theater on June 23, we discuss how she made the film, it’s impact, and so much more.

Please join #DeborahKobyltLIVE on all video and audio platforms, and later on demand. Thanks for tuning in, please join and follow our pages, and invite your friends to join in on this important discussion, too.


Deborah Kobylt LIVE: Marco Pelusi

Have you ever wondered how A-listers always have such amazing hair? Then tune in to our show with celeb hairstylist Marco Pelusi, who is behind some of the best-known heads in Hollywood.

Marco is a globally-recognized hair color authority and owner of Marco Pelusi Studio West Hollywood. He was born in Pittsburg, and comes from a long line of hairstylists from his dad to his uncle, and when Marco realized Pittsburg wasn’t his thing, the family stood behind him and supported his launch in West Hollywood.

He credits his supportive family and strong Italian background for who is today, and shares some charming stories about growing up Italian in Pittsburgh, along with working on some pretty famous heads, from supermodel Carol Alt to actor James Brolin (I asked about Barbra).

Tune in LIVE and on demand, on all video and audio platforms of #DeborahKobyltLIVE, @LittleItalyPodcast and @LittleItalyOfLAPodcast. Please invite your friends to join us, too🇮🇹