#20 – Season 1 Wrap-up: Listener Feedback, Inspiration in nature, and a personal Non-Profit Spotlight

In this episode, I’m flying solo because I have some interesting things to share as a wrap-up to Season 1.

We’re approaching the one year anniversary of recording the first Collected Clan episode, and it’s been an exciting year introducing you to some of the outstanding people in my world that I’ve collected along the way. Collected not as objects, but as treasures from the journey. In each conversation, I learned something new about these people I’ve known for years…and some of them for what seems like a lifetime, but even so I learned something new.

That right there is the power of conversation.



  • 0:00:40 Episode #19 recap
  • 0:01:14 The reason for Collected Clan
  • 0:02:50 Objective for Season 2
  • 0:03:12 Season 1 listener feedback from Lyle via LinkedIn
  • 0:04:08 Inspiration in nature…about the cover photo
  • 0:06:42 Non-Profit Spotlight: End Slavery Tennessee
  • 0:08:51 How to connect with Collected Clan
  • 0:09:46 Closing remarks
  • 0:10:10 Season 1 listener feedback from Bob call-in


End Slavery Monologues ticket info

This unique theatrical event features stories of survivors and those impacted by Human Trafficking to educate the audience about this issue.

The End Slavery Monologues Community Flyer #HearTheirStories

The End Slavery Monologues Community Flyer #HearTheirStories




This episode’s Non-Profit Spotlight supports End Slavery Tennessee.

End Slavery Tennessee logoEnd Slavery Tennessee provides comprehensive aftercare for human trafficking survivors, many of whom are minors…children and teenagers…who were sexually exploited throughout Tennessee. Every month in Tennessee, 94 minors are used for sex trafficking. Beyond sex trafficking, there’s labor trafficking where goods and services are continually produced without compensating the laborer.
The mission of End Slavery Tennessee is to promote healing of human trafficking survivors and strategically confront slavery in in the Volunteer State. Slavery seems like a rather harsh word. Didn’t slavery end after the Civil War? Not exactly. If fact, there are more slaves now than at any time in history.
Learn more about End Slavery Tennessee online at EndSlaveryTN.org. Watch the Voices of Freedom video on the home page. If you’re in the Nashville area on February 1, 2019, you can hear real stories of survivors at the End Slavery Monologues event. Click here for ticket info.


Voices of Freedom from End Slavery TN on Vimeo.


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