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December 2021

Roy Worley

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Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • How Roy Got Into Voiceover Work
  • People Forget Jesus Was Human and Had His Own Facial Expressions and Vocal Inflections
  • Roy Talks About Work He’s Done, What Work He Won’t Do, and What Things He Won’t Say
  • Roy Talks About How He Handles Maintaining His Boundaries With The Content He’ll Take Part In 
  • What Audiobook Reading Auditions Are Like
  • Roy Had To Pretend To Be a Beagle With an Anxiety Disorder


“He’s lightning fast with a gun and he never misses what he shoots at.” – Roy Worley

“I invited him into the studio to give me direction. Oh my goodness, it was not a good idea.” – Roy Worley

“When I got done the engineer in that place said, ‘Man, he really worked you over.’ I said, ‘Dude, they paid me; I’m fine.’” – Roy Worley

“I had to be the voice of a beagle that had an anxiety disorder.” – Roy Worley

“People came and literally tore his business apart to get souvenirs from the place where Lincoln died.” – Roy Worley

Guest’s Bio:

Growing up on the outskirts of Memphis, Tennessee in a large extended family, Roy Worley learned the art of storytelling from his grandpa, Paw Neely who instilled a strong sense of family, hard work, and a love for Christ.  As an extrovert, Roy loves being around people, talking, and laughing over a strong cup of coffee.  These days Roy and his wife Rebecca call the Chicago area home.

After earning a Bachelor of Science degree in Education, Roy felt God’s calling upon him to commit full time to preach and teach the Word of God and entered Mid America Baptist Theological Seminary in his hometown of Memphis where he earned a Master of Divinity degree.  Over the years he has served as both a pastor and foreign missionary.  He and his wife were privileged to live in Chile for six years where they shared the Lord’s message in Spanish (yep, he’s fluent), helping Chilean Christians learn how to study the Bible for themselves and how to share their faith with whoever was interested.

Now, when not working as a full-time voice actor, Roy is the Pastor of Fellowship Baptist Church where he has the privilege of teaching the Bible, supporting his fellowship with love and kindness, and ministering to those who are hurting.

His warm, clear, baritone voice can be heard narrating videos, directing people in phone messages, and narrating audiobooks (non-fiction, fiction, western novels, and kids books). 

Roy is honored to call companies and organizations like Tiffany & Co, Firestone, Pizza Hut, and Wounded Warriors his voice-over clients and publishers like HarperCollins and Macmillan have tapped into his deep baritone well for audiobook narration as well!

When not recording, Roy enjoys lifting weights, expanding his creativity by spending time outside in his large backyard planning his spring vegetable garden, and creating beautiful landscapes of vibrant flowers, shrubs, and trees. He also loves to imagine he’s on his own DIY home improvement show, refinishing and repurposing old furniture and remodeling his own home, embarking on what he calls his “fifty-year remodeling plan,” which his wife promptly gifts him with a loving roll of her eyes.

While Roy has traveled widely and lived in several different countries, his warm southern charm and ubiquitous sense of humor are still his faithful companions.  

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Justin B. Long

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Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • Why Justin Has Used The Pen Name J. Boyd Long and How He Makes His Characters Names
  • Why Science-Fiction Writers Are The Watchguard of The Human Race 
  • How Damaged People Raise Damaged People and Generational Cycles of Brokenness
  • How a Garbage Can Was Used For Punishment In Justin’s Childhood
  • Weaponizing the Bible
  • How To Heal From Abusive Parents


“We all have the ability to change things about ourselves,  but if we don’t know that and we don’t know what the tools are to get us where we’re trying to go, then we just stay broke.” – Justin B Long

“If there is a way to make money and screw people over, there is somebody that’s willing to do it.” – Justin B Long

“I’ve learned that alcohol wasn’t my problem, alcohol was a solution that worked and then it didn’t work, my real problem was the way that I felt about myself.” – Justin B Long

“His only emotion that he could really put out was rage and hostility and he didn’t know how else to express himself.” – Justin B Long
“Second grade was the year that my mom decided that the television screen was satanic.” – Justin B Long

Guest’s Bio:

Justin Boyd Long is a self-embracing nerd who loves crunching numbers, researching interesting things, and listening to podcasts, in addition to reading loads of books. His exposure to Stephen King’s books at the age of 10 probably stunted him in some way, but he is still determined to leave the world a better place than he found it. He lives near Gainesville, Florida on a small farm with his incredible wife, 7 horses, 5 cats, 2 donkeys, 2 dogs, and a sheep named Gerald.

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Joseph Kazdan

By Author, Philosophy No Comments

Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • Human Perception
  • How Mathematics Shapes The Way We Think
  • Where Is Consciousness?
  • Manifest Reality and the Hidden Dimension of Reality
  • How Assuming Every Decision Is Wrong Is Liberating
  • Joseph’s Book “Tao”
  • Alien Life and If They Came Here


“When I went to college, I found that mathematics came with a culture.” – Joseph Kazdan

“Having a clock is a tool, but it is not reality. We arbitrarily create clocks and from that arbitrary creation the world changes to our experience of it.” – Joseph Kazdan

“There’s no amount of time in the universe that can affect reality and there’s no amount of space in the universe that can contain it. It’s beyond those concepts.” – Joseph Kazdan

“The entire universe is a manifest phenomenon, but that’s only because we are, not because it is.” – Joseph Kazdan

“He wanted to know God’s thoughts.” – Joseph Kazdan

“Because we turned the world into a clock, everything has a beginning and an end, and that is an illusion, just another one of the illusions of living a manifest existence.” – Joseph Kazdan

Guest’s Bio:

J. Joseph Kazden was born in Brooklyn, New York, and he studied mathematics, chemistry, and psychology in college during the early 1970s. Deeply influenced by the ideas of such thinkers like Carl Jung and Joseph Campbell, he began a lifelong pursuit of the nature of perception and reality. This led to the study of Taoist, Buddhist, and Hindu thought, along with shamanic and First Peoples rituals and practices, in addition to continued study in physics and cosmology, focusing on the counterintuitive nature of the reality described by relativity, quantum mechanics, and particle physics.

In the early eighties, he began a career in art, focusing on images generated by the psyche, which Jung called archetypes of the collective unconscious. Believing that the world we experience is not the ultimate reality, he came to an epiphany in 2012. This book is the culmination of this journey and the expression of that epiphany.

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Bill Saubert

By Author, Personal Growth No Comments

Key Takeaways From Episode:

  • What Living In New York Was Like After 9/11
  • Deadly Animals and Insects in Australia
  • How Bill Moved On After His Wife Died
  • Behind Bill’s Book “The Girl With the Green Lipstick” and How She Almost Ruined His Life and Possibly Tried To End It
  • The Advice Bill’s Attorney Had About His Dating Life
  • Why Sociopaths and Narcissists Do What They Do
  • What It’s Like Using An Official Match Maker


“Three weeks after we got married, she moved her lover into the house.” – Bill Saubert

“Well, that’s how she meets guys that she has sex with, guys that she meets who are her money source, she meets through online dating sites.” – Bill Saubert

“She said, ‘I think I’m growing a penis.” – Bill Saubert

“I think she gravitated towards the psychopath part of the spectrum during our relationship.” – Bill Saubert

“Unfortunately, in my senior year of high school my father went crazy and had to be put into the state mental institution.” – Bill Saubert

Guest’s Bio:

Bill is the Sole Member of Saubert Enterprises (NM), LLC which is the franchisee for six UPS Stores he owns and operates in Santa Fe and Albuquerque, New Mexico. He employs 26 hard-working and courageous New Mexicans. 

Bill was a management consultant to the financial services industry for over 30 years as a partner of Coopers & Lybrand (subsequently, Price-Waterhouse, Coopers), A. T. Kearney, and McKinsey & Co. He ended his career as the Head of Marketing for MasterCard in Australia, New Zealand, and the Pacific Island nations.  He retired from MasterCard in 2010 and moved to Santa Fe, New Mexico. 

Bill is very active in the Santa Fe community. He served on the Board of Creative Startups and the Cancer Foundation for New Mexico. He was also Treasurer of the Cancer Foundation for three years. During his tenure as Treasurer, he oversaw a fourfold growth of the Foundation’s financial assets, from $750 thousand to over $3 million. Bill currently serves on the Boards of the Santa Fe Botanical Garden and the New Mexico Children’s Foundation. 

Bill produces and moderates two political opinion radio shows on KSFR, the local NPR affiliate, which he’s done for over seven years. 

 He is an investor in Second Street Brewery, a local high-quality micro-brewery.  He plays tennis and golf. He also plays squash and is a member of the Kiva Club in Santa Fe.  He is an avid and active hiker. He skis. He also owns and rides a Harley-Davidson motorcycle.  He has made several solo cross-country motorcycle trips.

Bill got his bachelor’s degree from Dartmouth College. 

He feels deeply blessed to have a daughter, son-in-law, and two beautiful grandchildren who live and work in Wilmington, Delaware.  He is a widower. His wife, Carol, died of ovarian cancer in 2014. 

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