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  • 00:25

    Are you a Perfectionist? Being Perfectly Imperfect!

    in Self Help

    Perfectionism is the curse of dysfunctional society.  As humans we are far from this thing we call perfection.  We may bake the perfect cake, write the perfect letter, make perfect grades in school, achieve perfection in some kind of performance, but as human beings we are flawed and imperfect.  We are by design creatures who learn by making mistakes. 


    In this episode of Pandora's Box, Kaleah talks about how to confront your own need to be seen as perfect and accept yourself as you are.

  • 01:38

    Autism Awareness Month; Beautifully Autistic

    in Health

    Join us in celebration for 2015 National Autism Awareness Month! National Autism Awareness Month represents an excellent opportunity to promote autism awareness, autism acceptance and to draw attention to the tens of thousands facing an autism diagnosis each year.


    Join MSKEEPITMOVING along with special guests living with or caring and loving someone who is Beautifully Autistic on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show at 8pm. Hear their journeys as they fight to put the puzzle pieces back together.

  • 01:32

    7 Spiritual Challenges for Imperfect Leaders & 5 Ways To See If you've forgiven

    in Christianity

    Join us Friday 8/28/2015  as we discuss two great articles.  


    5 Tests to Determine if You’ve Forgiven Someone and 7 Spiritual Challenges for Imperfect Leaders (Like Us)


     You can follow along with the link below.


    http://www.churchleaders.com/pastors/pastor-how-to/260827-7-spiritual-challenges-imperfect-leaders-like-us.html


    http://www.churchleaders.com/outreach-missions/outreach-missions-articles/261089-5-tests-determine-youve-forgiven-someone.html/2


    The conversation starts at Noon....  don't miss it!!!!!!!


     


    "Taking The Limits Off Radio", A non-traditional radio show with a vision to spread the Truth of God's Word; that inspires and encourages you to have a meaningful relationship with Christ, through biblical teaching and relevant information. A talk show that "breaks the chains off the norm" to promote a realistic conversation with God and his people.


    You can also watch the simulcast on Ustream at


    http://www.ustream.tv/channel/taking-the-limits-off-with-dana-devon


    Live from the Brand New "Taking The Limits OFF Studios"


     


     


     


     


     


     

  • 01:01

    Jed Jurchenko, the Imperfect Spiderman

    in Writing

    Jed Jurchenko, a husband, father of 3 girls, therapist, seminary professor, and author, loves spending time with his family. He also enjoys reading, hiking, BBQing, mountain-biking, and beaching.


    At a training where he was asked to pick a superhero blogger identity, deciding on Spiderman was easy. Not only has Spiderman been Jed’s favorite since he was a kid, they have a lot in common. We both genuinely care about people; have a quirky since of humor, and most of all, spend a lot of time recovering from mistakes.


    One of the things Jed loves about his her is that he is an imperfect hero. This fact brings Jed hope. For example, Spiderman is famous for shooting webbing from his wrist. The only problem is that his web-shooters are continually malfunctioning. Sometimes these mishaps result in the bad guy getting away. At other times, these misfires happen while Spiderman is swinging from building to building, causing him to plummet toward the ground. These malfunctions happen quite often, leading Spiderman to become an expert at recovering from errors.


    Jed can relate because his life, by no means, has been mistake-free. On his Coffee Shop Conversations blog you will not find blog posts entitled “Three Steps to Having a Perfect Life Just Like Mine.” As a therapist and Christ-follower, he is well aware that people with a perfect life don’t exist.Jed helps hurting Christ-followers apply key leadership principles to their everyday lives, so that they can overcome challenges and live a joy-filled life!


    Visit Jed at: www.coffeeshopconversations.com/ or at:  www.facebook.com/jjurchenko

  • 01:01

    Healing Journeys of Mind, Body and Spirit with Dr. Kevin Kita

    in Spirituality

    Healing Journeys of Mind, Body and Spirit with Dr. Kevin Kita


    A journey of a thousand miles begins with one step ... Many people suffer from health problems that are caused by past emotional traumas or thinking patterns, but often they have no understanding of the real, underlying cause of their physical symptoms, and so have no way to really begin to heal. In Healing Journeys: Stories of Mind, Body, and Spirit, Dr. Kevin Kita tells the stories of six patients and their journeys to health. Kita combines his knowledge of chiropractic with a variety of other techniques as well as his own intuition to offer us a fascinating look at the connection between our minds and our bodies. His unique story-telling style makes this much more than just a standard how-to book. Beautifully illustrated by nationally-known artist Jessica Krause, it s an enjoyable and fascinating read.


    Dr. Kita combines his knowledge of Chiropractic with a variety of other techniques as well as his own intuition to offer us a fascinating look at the connection between our minds and our bodies. He is well known among his patients for his compassion, wisdom, astonishing intuition, gentle and caring demeanor, and non-invasive chiropractic technique.


    Dr. Kita is an award winning author, international speaker, teacher, and blogger. He has been on numerous radio and television shows speaking on health related issues. He has also spoken to many companies and groups regarding the benefits of Chiropractic care. He is considered the Chiropractor’s Chiropractor because there are many Chiropractors that seek him out for care and professional advice. 


    For more information visit: http://drkevinkita.com/

  • 01:15

    Joan Cerio: The Heart of the Matter

    in Spirituality

    How do we find our way to the Heart of the Matter, the true state of the Heart? Joan Cerio returns to the show to more deeply explore insights prompted by the research shared in her most recent book Hardwired to Heaven: Download Your Divinity Through Your Heart and Create Your Deepest Desires. 


    Joan will also discuss Wave X, which some have speculated to be a wave of energy approaching our planet that will have a significant electromagnetic impact in September. Is there evidence that Wave X is real? How would such a wave impact our Hearts?


    With a Bachelor of Science degree in Biology and a Master of Science degree in Science Education, Joan beautifully blends science with spirituality in a seamless way we can all understand.  Joan is a well-known workshop facilitator, the creator of Integrative Message Therapy and the founder of Coeuressence School of Self-Mastery based on her first book In the Key of Life: An Activational Journey to the Soul.


    Joan's web site: HardwiredtoHeaven.com


    Frontier Beyond Fear music copyrighted by Grammy award winner Larry Seyer, www.larryseyer.com, included in this podcast with his permission.

  • 01:01

    The Cast from The WBT Production of Backwards in High Heels on Music Monday

    in Entertainment

    There is a quote that says, "Everything Fred Astaire did, Ginger Rogers did 'backwards in high heels'!" The Westchester Broadway Theatre's 191st production is the beautifully mounted "Ginger Rogers" story. Come meet the fabulous Darien Crago [Ginger] the multi-talented Jeremy Benton [Fred] who is also the director/choreographer of this production and Erika Amato [Lela - Ginger's mother] on Music Monday here on WoMRadio August 24th at 10amPT/1pmET and anytime in archive.


    The show is running now at The Westchester Broadway Theatre and I highly recommend this show...I forgot how much fun tap dancing is...and the marvelous cast of this show will excite and entertain you all evening long. For ticket info call 914 592 2222 - you'll enjoy a fantastic dinner, a great venue and a show filled with songs you'll be humming long after you leave the theatre.


    Thanks to our Music Monday sponsor Breanetta Productions. Meet them and all our sponsors in our Mompreneur Marketplace.


    Please connect with us on Facebook, Twitter and email us at dori@wordofmomradio.com with questions, comments and information on how to be a guest.


    Word of Mom Radio - sharing the wisdom of women.


     

  • 02:57

    Hybrid Jazz From Trish Hennessey - with Cuba Gooding & Dan Siegel!

    in Music

    It's unbelievable how things work sometimes with this show.  As much as the atttempt is made to focus on one artist, another arrives and has to be involved in the same show - because time is of the essence :)  When the caliber of two artists like THIS is combined, it's absolute magic!


    Dan Siegel stops by at the top of the hour - one p.m. Eastern - and he'll talk about his career (the resume is staggering!) and his new CD called "Indigo."  Dan is a pianist of rare vision, with 20 solo albums and countless credits to his name: producing, arranging, composing and performing.  He has had #1 success in Jazz and is known globally.  You've heard his work via TV and film, though you might not have known that it was Dan who created the music.  WHO has played with him and WHAT he has played would take us another page here.  Those beautifully rooted beginnings in the great Northwest have paid off handsomely for our first guest.  He'll count his blessings with us :)


    In the next 30 minutes of "Hybrid Jazz", Cuba Gooding visits and there may be an occasion when your host here might a word in edgewise ;)  He LOVES to talk!  And does he ever have a career (and a half) to discuss.  From the start of his journey with The Main Ingredient to the amazing success of his children, Cuba will never run out of topics.  What you may not know: The Main Ingredient was the first African-American group to be signed to the new R & B division of RCA Records - decades ago.  When Donald McPherson of the group passed away in 1971, Cuba took his place - and took the band to a new level.  "Everybody Plays the Fool" went Gold in 1972.  "Just Don't Want To Be Lonely" and "Happiness Is Just Around the Bend" - oh heck, YOU remember!  Let's catch up with Cuba and find out where that bend has taken him!


     

  • 00:06

    It's Perfectly Acceptable To Be Imperfect - Daily Dose of Motivation

    in Motivation

    Today, Skip La Cour talks about the importance of allowing yourself to be imperfect as you strive for your goals in life.


    Interested in one-on-one coaching? Email Skip La Cour at skip@manformation.com.


    Skip La Cour a coach, speaker, and business owner. He helps ambitious men understand and execute step-by-step action plans and effective leadership and influence strategies to reach their goals in life with more clarity and confidence. Skip specializes in guiding men who are getting a little older and know they have far more potential than the results they've been able to produced in life so far. He helps them realize that "It's Not Too Late To Be Great!"


    Visit the MANformation.com website at www.MANformation.com. * Get the free course at www.MANformation.com/free.

  • 01:06

    #266 Tips for Treating Small Groups of Young Children with Autism

    in Parents

    Join speech-language pathologist Laura Mize, M.S., CCC-SLP of www.teachmetotalk.com for this week's podcast. 


    Today's guest is Monae Mayurama, SLP from Las Vegas. She's developed her own interactive books that she uses in small group sessions with preschoolers. I learned about Monae from an SLP I met several years ago while teaching one of my courses in Georgia. She sent me this glowing email about Monae's work:


    "I started to work in the schools this year and work with an amazing speech therapist Monae. She has taught me so much about working with autistic children, especially in a small group setting.  This has always been a challenge for me, but she has a true gift.

    She has authored and designed an entire series of interactive  books and uses them so beautifully in small group lessons to target so many language goals. She has an amazing way of including imitation and receptive targets in her group sessions.

    I told her about the work that you do... I also thought she would be an AMAZING guest on your podcast to explain how she is able to target language goals in a group setting and how she is able to work with children on so many levels at once since this is an area of difficulty for many of us." 


    I'm excited to hear Monae's strategies and I know you will be too! 


    Here's the post at teachmetotalk.com with more information about her books and favorite songs:


     


    http://teachmetotalk.com/2015/08/17/266-treating-small-groups-of-young-children-with-autism/


     


     

  • 00:06

    It's Perfectly Acceptable To Be Imperfect - Daily Dose of Motivation

    in Fitness

    Today, Skip La Cour talks about the importance of allowing yourself to be imperfect as you strive for your goals in life.


    Interested in one-on-one coaching? Email Skip La Cour at skip@manformation.com.


    Skip La Cour a coach, speaker, and business owner. He helps ambitious men understand and execute step-by-step action plans and effective leadership and influence strategies to reach their goals in life with more clarity and confidence. Skip specializes in guiding men who are getting a little older and know they have far more potential than the results they've been able to produced in life so far. He helps them realize that "It's Not Too Late To Be Great!"


    Visit the MANformation.com website at www.MANformation.com. * Get the free course at www.MANformation.com/free.

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