Tonight will be a interesting mix. We will be joined by quite a few guests.
Auntie Joy's other half Uncle David
Lexi's other half D
And a few others. We will be discussing the differences in relationships vs the single/dating life. We will be also talking about differences and similarites in the dating scene between then and now. It's going to be a interesting twist on a old conversation of the marrieds vs the singles. Come one, come all..
Jane welcomes Eva Bowerman, chairperson of the New York Chapter of the Association of Gravestone Studies, to talk about New York gravestones. We will talk about the history of gravemarkers in New York, some of the styles throughout the centuries, what are some unique types of stones to New York, and the preservation of gravestones. Eva will also tell us about the NY chapter of the AGS.
The AGS is dedicated to the study and preservation of gravemarkers of all periods and styles.
Coach Conversations is sponsored by the ICF Phoenix, produced by Ana Melikian an Elite Level Book Yourself Solid Coach, and hosted by Katharine Halpin, MCC.
This show will be about the scary word "ontology", and why its such a crucial study/practice for Coaching today.
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