Everything Matters – Nothing Matters

–with Gina Mazza

Amid the chaos we are facing, a number of people are using this time to look inwardly in the hope of finding a sense of calm and peace and meaning. These people have said to me “Do I even want to return to my old normal, my old job, my old habits, with all the stress and anxiety? I want to be alive with a capital A.” There has to be a better way. Maybe this is the opportunity to change.” But how do we change? What do we change? And the real question – Do we really want to change? Listen to Gina Mazza tell her amazing story of transformation as we discuss her book, Everything Matters – Nothing Matters.

You will know who you are, with the freedom to be it.
You will know what you want, with the daring to go for it.

Frank Zaccari
Frank Zaccari
Facilitator, Professional Problem Solver, Radio Show Host, Author, Speaker A native of western New York, Frank Zaccari served as a military medic in the U.S. Air Force before spending over 20 years in the high-tech industry. His experience included senior positions with Fortune 50 organizations to turning around small and mid-size companies. His path has helped him learn a great deal about business, finance, organizational development, people, and success. Frank has written and published five books based on life-altering events; he teaches a program for aspiring entrepreneurs at Arizona State University; he is a mentor with the Veterans Treatment Court; a mentor and judge with the University of California Entrepreneurship Academy and is an accomplished speaker. Frank is the host of an internet radio show, Life-Altering Events, on the Voice empowerment channel which has 180,000 listeners in 30 countries. After 30 years as a successful executive, author, and entrepreneur, Frank has joined forces with Jay Abraham and Gaby Ory to form THE TAG TEAM to leverage the knowledge and experience he gained to help aspiring entrepreneurs and other leaders uncover hidden opportunities, find solutions to pressing personal and professional challenges, and build high performing teams. Education includes the UCLA Anderson School of Business – Management Development for Entrepreneurs Certification Program and California State University at Sacramento – Bachelors of Science – Finance. Frank is a contributing author to the inspiring book Crappy to Happy: Sacred Stories of Transformational Joy


  1. This is a real good read and there is a lot one can agree with.
    Every living being changes continuously with the passage of time: it grows organically, has different experiences, interacts with the outside world in ever new ways to adapt to it. Change is synonymous with life advancing and moving forward in time; staticity is synonymous with the typical rigidity of death and time that has now stopped. Probably each of us aspires to changes that we have long desired.
    It exists between change and awareness.When we become aware of ourselves we can act on the basis of more information: we know who we are, we know how we work, and therefore increase the possibilities to choose what is best for ourselves.
    To make a lasting change in our uncomfortable habits we need two variables: experience and time.
    Being aware of the problem is the first step. Subsequently, having new experiences and giving yourself time to grow and change are the next steps that will lead to change.
    Change is possible when awareness and experience go hand in hand.
    Ultimately, we must gain awareness of what we want to change and then activate ourselves by making new experiences that are within our reach at that given moment.

  2. Thank you for sharing this conversation Dennis J. Pitocco. At some point in our lives every little thing seems to matter. Hopefully, we find that point as Gina Mazza has and teaches where we realize very few of things we worried about or feared actually matter.

    Like Frank Zaccari’s comment