Dear Rabbi Goldson,
“It is a great pleasure for me to congratulate you [on] your excellence as a speaker. I am sure that with your ability to speak so clearly on substantive concepts and to present them in a useful and highly intelligible way that you are able to speak in an engaging and informative way on many topics, an impression I also have from your published works. You have a very pleasing way of speaking and a sense of humor that works well in engaging your audiences. I also admired the way in which you connected facts and concepts and used your mastery of the subject to field a good range of questions from the audience in a skillful way.
“Personally, I greatly enjoyed working with you, and it would be a pleasure to do so again, or to help in any way that I could as time goes by.”
Dear Rabbi Goldson:
“THANK YOU! YOU’RE BRILLIANT; I appreciated your thoughtful, concise answers. I especially enjoyed the manner in which you delivered them. I would like to do this again and hope you would be willing. I was blown away by your … closing statement/advice. Bravo!”
Nationally Syndicated Radio Host
Yonason Goldson continues to be a repeat guest on Bill Martinez Live when discussing two critical impact areas of today’s culture in America, communications and ethics. Communications without ethics is hopeless and a waste of time. It only defeats our very reason we need to communicate. His message is experienced and wisdom based and I highly recommend this dynamic and insightful speaker.
Nationally Syndicated Radio Host
Yonason Goldson’s presentation was exhilarating, stimulating, full of life and life’s lessons, wonderful coping mechanisms, ethical, humorous and enlightened; he is a wonderful speaker, a joy to listen to.
Lawrence M. Poger, CLU
Life Member Million Dollar Round Table
St. Louis, MO
From deep thoughts about history and beauty to popular culture, political commentary and even the occasional brain teaser, Yonason Goldson is a dynamic guest and excellent resource for a radio talk show host. I particularly appreciate Rabbi Goldson’s ability to move between topics, including talking about items which may have come up in the news since booking him as a guest and which I had not asked him to be prepared to discuss.
Host, The Ross Kaminsky Show
TalkRadio 630 KHOW (Denver)
Host, The Jiggy Jaguar Show
KJAGRadio/ KMA Entertainment (Hutchinson, Kansas)
“Rabbi Goldson, It was a tremendous honor to have you here. Your reading was one of the week’s highlights, and the students have really been buzzing about your appearance. I hope you will consider being with us again!”
St. Louis AllWrite Festival
We have had the opportunity to visit with Rabbi Goldson on our show on several occasions, and I have found that regardless of the subject matter, Yonason is always on point, while making for a very relaxed, entertaining interview. Thanks, Rabbi Goldson!
Host, The Brian and Leland Show
Newstalk 102.3 KXYL (Brownwood, TX)
I believe there is no more important content anywhere on the the talk radio dial than “Proverbial Beauty” with Yonason Goldson on “Bellows Unplugged.” Each week, I look forward with great anticipation to our next on-air meeting.
Host, Bellows Unplugged
660 AM & 94.5 FM KCRO (Omaha) on Salem Communications
Rabbi Goldson was a tremendous asset to an interfaith panel on climate change that we hosted earlier this month. He was very well prepared for the discussion and his thoughtful contributions were of great value to the program. We benefited from his insightful examples that both complemented the other speakers’ remarks and extended our own knowledge of the role of environment in Jewish tradition.
Professor Himadri Pakrasi
Washington University in St. Louis
It was my pleasure to speak with Rabbi Yonason Goldson on my program, Drive Time Live on News Talk KSCJ.
We discussed his recent experience as part of a panel discussion, at Washington University in St. Louis, titled “Faith and Climate Change.” I found him to be refreshing in that he left the debate of the “science” of climate change to the scientists and instead shared the Jewish concept of Tikkun Olam (repair the world).
Rabbi Goldson was upbeat and articulate as he shared what he learned at the conference. He shared his thoughts about the Jewish philosophy of the social, scientific and political aspects of the climate change issue.
Host, Drive Time Live
News Talk 1360AM/94.9FM KSCJ, Sioux City, Iowa
Gravois Kiwanis Club
St. Louis, Missouri