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Bestselling author and renowned Book Whisperer Tom Bird joins host Kathleen O'Keefe-Kanavos to discuss how and why penning a book is one of the fastest and most surefire routes to a higher level of consciousness and enlightenment, which is why he believes so many of us are innately drawn to it. Based on the thousands of people he has taught in his Write Your Bestseller in a Weekend Retreats,Bird has midwifed his charges through dramatic transformations as they work through their resistance,fears, beliefs and painful memories that come to the fore when they begin the writing process.
Tom Bird's new book Write/Right From God provides insight into the transformative process that provides as much, if not more,benefit to the writer as it does to the reader! Bird cites actual case histories of his authors and how the book writing allowed them to clear years of emotional and physical pain.
Memorial Day is a federal holiday in the United States for remembering the people who died while serving in the country's armed forces. The holiday, which is observed every year on the last Monday of May, was formerly known as Decoration Day and originated after the American Civil War to commemorate the Union and Confederate soldiers who died in the war. But for those who have never Served in the Armed Forces or have any relatives that have done so, how does one make Memoral Day Memorable? How does One honor a Veteran who did what you were not willing to do? Join Kevin and the Marvelous Maggie tonight to discover how to make everyday a bit more Memorable.
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After a decade behind bars for a murder he did not commit, Ryan Ferguson learned that physical strength and confidence are keys to survival – he now shares his strength secrets in Stronger, Faster, Smarter--the smartest, realest, and most doable fitness guide you’ll ever read. How many of us really understand that every moment counts, and that physical strength and confidence enable our mind and spirit to make the most of our lives? Ryan Ferguson does. He survived nearly a decade behind bars for a murder he did not commit. An innocent collegian imprisoned at nineteen, Ferguson’s disbelief turned to resolve after his father told him: “Son, do whatever you can to get stronger, faster, and smarter. This is now your number one priority.” In his darkest hour, even after countless appeals and disappointment, in a place that threatened physical violence, malnutrition, and offered almost no medical aid, Ferguson knew his physical health was paramount. In this startlingly elegant, authentic, and inspiring guide, Ferguson shares his simple, universally attainable recipe for health and power.