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Keaton It Real

Matthew and Lara Keaton

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Lara and Matthew Keaton candidly discuss learning to parent children on the autism spectrum and navigating life in a busy, blended family. The show tackles the struggle to find a daily rhythm, the learning opportunities that come with disabilities, and the absolute need for snuggle time and sweatpants. Common topics include re-learning the things we thought we knew about kids, finding time for ourselves, and learning from (frequent) mistakes. If you want to feel a little less crazy in an inc ...
 
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At a young age, Brad Blazar discovered his greatest skill: an exceptional ability to raise money. With his skills he rose to become an oil CEO at the age of 23, and now he teaches entrepreneurs around the world how they can access capital through the Capital School. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Brad and I discuss how he discovered …
 
There are three things Tony Whatley is an expert on: business, community and cars. He’s self-admitted to building multiple million-dollar companies to support his passions, and now he teaches people what they can do to create thriving businesses and build supportive communities. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Tony and I discuss his b…
 
When he was younger, Sean Castrina had one goal in mind: to stop being poor. He decided to get into entrepreneurship, and since then he’s launched at least one new business every year for the past 20 years. On top of all that, Sean’s published 4 bestselling books on starting your own business. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Sean and …
 
Jeff Lerner’s life is an odyssey. After dropping out of high school, he supported himself by learning music and becoming a jazz pianist. Now he runs Entre, an entrepreneurial education program that teaches entrepreneurs everything they need to know to get started. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson show, Jeff and I talk about his musical roots…
 
Want to know what it takes to push more sales? Corey Berrier, sales expert and author of the bestselling “9 Simple Steps To Sell More Shit”, has the answers. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Corey and I discuss sales strategies, break down the steps to boosting your sales, and get real about our thoughts on some big issues. Follow Core…
 
What’s the secret to growing a multi-million dollar company? Rocky Zapata knows it, and he’s used it to build several highly successful businesses for himself. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Rocky and I talk about where he got his start, how he found his success, and the answer to his secret for success. Follow Rocky: Facebook: https…
 
When you rub shoulders with successful people, you’re bound to pick up some of their secrets to success. Brandon Adams knows all about this, and he’s always eager to make new connections or commit to brand new opportunities that will enhance his growth. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Brandon and I talk about how he got his start as a…
 
If you’ve ever wondered how exactly hypnosis works, then today’s episode is for you! Brigette Sobus is an expert in NLP, hypnosis, and exploring how the subconscious mind can be programmed toward success. On this episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Brigette and I delve deep into NLP, various programming techniques, and how these can be used to advan…
 
Kamrin Huban has gained a wealth of experience over the course of her life. Her career has allowed her to work and live in several countries, operate in a multitude of positions, and ultimately teach women in similar positions how they can get the most out of their life. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, we discusses Kamrin’s prolific c…
 
Bryana Ryan is a superstar at scaling businesses. Thanks to her ingenuity and desire to help solve problems, Bryana went from selling billboards and doing branding to pitching sales and generating leads for attorneys. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Bryana and I explore where she got her start, what it’s been like working alongside pe…
 
Ken Joslin is a master of making 8 figures. Through his Grow Stack Drive program, he’s helped countless entrepreneurs gain the confidence and clarity they need to become immensely successful, all while becoming part of a vibrant and thriving community. It’s all business on today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, as Ken and I talk about gaining m…
 
Over the course of her career, Estee Stein has become an expert on branding and design. Currently, she coaches new entrepreneurs by teaching them how to build their businesses and see real growth. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Estee and I talk all things business-related, from generating sales and growing socials to getting in a win…
 
After a traumatic childhood accident, Brian Bogert started to put his own life and mindset into greater perspective. Now he dedicates his life to helping others do the same, coaching and offering advice on how to raise self-awareness and be in tune with one’s emotions. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Brian and I talk all about mindset…
 
After serving in the US Marine Corps, Justin Brock turned his prospects to insurance marketing. He currently owns Bobby Brock Insurance, which supports over 20,000 agents, and Justin’s GoGuru group teaches people how they can get their start in selling insurance. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Justin and I talk about insurance market…
 
As a young entrepreneur, Devin Johnson’s gone through a few business ideas already. His most recent business venture, Kennected, has made him millions of dollars in profit, all at the age of 25. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Devin and I talk about his background, why the Kennected software is so impactful, and what advice new entrep…
 
Growing up in a religious family, Drew Taylor had a strong connection to Christian faith. After a few rough years in his teens, Drew reaccepted Christianity in his life and let faith guide him on the right path. Now, as part of The Freedom Society, Drew helps others discover what they want in life and leads them toward a life of freedom and fulfill…
 
John Patrick Morgan Jr. takes a very philosophical approach to coaching. His coaching style is based on the principles of Creation, and he teaches others how to Create the things they would love to see in their lives. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, John and I talk about where he got his start, the importance of Creating, and how it c…
 
When Sean was a child, he had almost everything: he was smart, athletic, and great at making friends. What his life didn’t have was stability, and a troubled early adulthood ended up leading to 5 ½ years in prison for a crime he wasn’t guilty of. Now out of prison, Sean is committed to always being his best self and helping others discover their in…
 
Ever since he was a boy, Daya Ottley was fascinated by the power of voice. He’s since made a living off of speaking, from hosting radio shows to being a coach for voiceover artists. In this episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Daya and I talk about where he found his passion for talking, how he become a VO artist, and what aspiring VO performers can …
 
When it comes to being a business leader, Brittany certainly knows her stuff. Over the course of her career, she’s learned what it takes to become a successful entrepreneur, and has made her living off of teaching others what they can do to reach their own business goals. On this episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Brittany and I talk about growing …
 
As a young man, Erik Allen led a troubled life: he lived in a broken home, was kicked out during his freshman year of high school, and spent his young adulthood on drugs. Now, after enjoying sobriety for 16 years, Erik’s built his livelihood off of podcasting and selling T-shirts. On today’s episode The Keaton Nelson Show, Erik and I discuss where …
 
“Why have a boss when you don’t need one?” This is an idea that Calvin Archer has carried with him for most of his life, and it’s an idea he shares with others to help them live more freely. In this episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Calvin and I talk about everything from Forex trading to Christianity to living your life with intention. Follow Cal…
 
Although Noah Arnold is a newcomer to the entrepreneurial scene, he’s been a storyteller for most of his life. His company, CyanLens, is committed to helping businesses share their stories with the aid of high production value. In this episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Noah and I talk about his origins as a filmmaker, his personal work philosophie…
 
Jeremy Rubin, aka The Friendly Flipper, has flipped more than just real estate. He flipped his entire life by breaking free of the 9-to-5 grind to pursue what he loved. On today’s episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Jeremy shares his incredible journey from corporate worker to professional house flipper and gives advice on how, through embracing the…
 
A few clerical errors on paperwork was all it took to completely change Travis Richey’s life, when he was sentenced to 2 years in prison. Since his release, he’s helped other inmates realize their purpose and help them prepare to build a new life on the outside. On this episode of The Keaton Nelson Show, Travis talks about the details behind his ar…
 
From potty training setbacks to behavioral bumps in the road, we talk about dealing with "regression" in our kids. How are we handling it? Are we making mountains out of mole hills? Are we being too hard on ourselves? We don't know. We hope we're getting closer to figuring it out, though! Thanks, as always, for choosing to spend your time with us!…
 
Looking for helpful tips on how to handle your home when all the kids (and adults) are ruthlessly criticizing each other? We are, too. Nitpicking is something of which we are all guilty. Once it starts, it all seems to go downhill from there. Join us as we discuss our thoughts on how we're learning to handle the bad nitpicking days, why we think th…
 
Everyone's story is a little different. Join us as we sit down with Matthew's mom, Michelle. She'll discuss discovering her breast cancer, fighting it, and the long road ahead. She'll get real about her anger, her sadness, and the Golden Retriever who helped her get through the tough times. Thanks, as always for being with us!…
 
Thanks for being with us! We're all aware of breast cancer these days, and an increasing number of us have stories to share. Join us as Lara share's her mom's battle with the breast cancer that would eventually take her life. We also talk about staying vigilant if it runs in the family, and staying even more vigilant if you're one of many survivors…
 
This week, we try something a little different. We ask each other a selection of questions from Oprahdaily.com's list of "100 Questions to Help Couples Get to Know Each Other." Stay tuned for a cameo from one of the kids (who definitely should've been sleeping). Thanks, as always, for being with us!بقلم Matthew and Lara Keaton
 
Feeling stressed by un-folded laundry and growing piles of dirty dishes? Feeling guilty about the moments you take to care for yourself? We get it. Join us as we talk about the inner voice which calls us "inadequate" no matter how many tasks we check off our list. Thanks, as always, for choosing to be with us!…
 
CW: Domestic violence, physical/verbal abuse, alcoholism, attempted suicide No flowery verbiage here: This week's episode discusses Lara's upbringing and how it has affected her parenting style and parenting goals. We discuss a chaotic early life of abuse and uncertainty. We hope that, if you've lived through a similar situation, you may be able to…
 
Join us this week as we discuss the pace of life during a pandemic, and the effect of social media "doom scrolling" on our parenting. We discuss "un-schooling," refusing to intervene in your kids' arguments, and choosing your battles wisely. Mostly, we'll discuss the wave of "crunchy," "granola," "hippie" parenting tips that we've encountered--and …
 
Join us as Matthew discusses thoughts on Disability Pride Month and the social media content it produces. Helpful? Harmful? Well-intended? Sit with us as we digest and reflect on advocacy, allyship, and all the personal stories we share along the way. Thanks for being with us!بقلم Matthew and Lara Keaton
 
Thanks for joining us! This week we discuss taking the kids to the zoo, surviving weekly Mass as a family, and making new friends! If you're still feeling buried by your struggles, we get it. We hope you'll join us as we celebrate a few of our little wins along the way.بقلم Matthew and Lara Keaton
 
Debating whether or not you should "get your child on medication?" If so, which one? How much? For how long? DISCLAIMER: We're not professionals, but we've DEFINITELY grappled with these questions! If you're currently in the fog while you consider your options, join us as we share our experiences, anxieties, and successes with medication. Then, as …
 
Having a hard time recognizing and empathizing with the unique struggles of your little one because their "disability" isn't easy to see? Struggling with the word "disability?" We get it. Join us as we discuss grief, strength, and finding more empathetic ways to meet our kids where they are. Thanks for being with us!…
 
Struggling with your temper? Having a hard time identifying WHY your fuse is so short? We get it. On this week's episode, we consult a section from How to Stop Losing Your Sh*t with Your Kids by Carla Naumburg, PhD. The book has an illuminating section on what triggers are, why they may not be your fault, and why our iced coffees and smartphones ma…
 
We survived! Lara handpicked the curriculum, planned the lessons, and spent a school year teaching two of the three boys through successes, setbacks, meltdowns, and everything in-between. We discuss the highs and lows of the school year and our plans for the future. Thanks, as always, for choosing to spend your time with us!…
 
Do you struggle with other parents who micro-manage every playground visit or moment of freedom? Do you struggle with BEING one of those parents, sometimes? We get it. Join us as we discuss letting go of the urge to control, and dealing with the anger we feel when adults get a little too coarse as they interrupt play time. Thanks for listening! If …
 
Struggling to adjust to a new rhythm of life as your child has to split time between different homes? Dealing with the ebb and flow of those new emotions? We get it. This episode tackles the simple, complicated, aggravating and wonderful world of co-parenting. Everyone's experience is different, but we'd like to share ours with the hope that it wil…
 
Ever feel like you're the assistant manager of the parenting team? Do the kids bypass you to speak to someone with "real authority?" Yeah. Us, too. Lara and Matthew discuss the two-parent dynamic where one parent feels more/less capable and in-charge than the other. Thanks, as always, for joining us!…
 
We are joined for this week's episode by Audra Sisak! Audra is a therapist, autism/epilepsy advocate, and an entertainer. Audra shares her experiences and valuable insights as an adult with autism, including: Masking, public acceptance, co-occurring conditions, and how YOU can advocate for the autistic/neurodiverse people in your life. You can lear…
 
Join us for a very special Mother's Day edition of Keaton It Real where we interview Matthew's mother, Michelle Keaton! We discuss the process of raising a child with a disability from the perspective of someone who's been doing it for over 30 years. We'll discuss grief, acceptance, uncertainty, and the importance of advocacy all along the way. We …
 
This very special episode discusses the first chapter of Bonnie Landry's 2015 book "Revolution Of Mercy." With the book as a guideline, we'll discuss how to foster an environment of spiritual receptivity within our homes and move past "carrot and stick" discipline. Bonnie Landry is an author, podcaster, and homeschool mom extraordinaire! It was a g…
 
Join us for a very special interview with Arlene Keeler, owner of Kaleidoscope Family Gym in Puyallup, Washington! Kaleidoscope is an inclusive play space that welcomes all families--with a special focus on children with autism and other additional needs. We talk with Arlene about how her grandson inspired the vision for her business, her fight to …
 
On this very special episode, we discuss our personal experiences with (and without) religion. Lara recalls her time in the LDS church while Matthew discusses time as a teenage atheist and a nondenominational Christian. Finally, we'll discuss how YouTube videos, priests, prayer apps, and spiritual writers led us to our current exploration of Cathol…
 
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