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Oprah's ambassador of hope, Marala Scott, will inspire you as she shares with Laurie Beth Jones about the power of Forgiveness and the force of Intuition. Marala is the Award-winning author of In Our House: Perception vs. Reality (#3 Amazon Bestseller), Bad To The Bone: The True Story of David Tuccaro Jr. (#17 Amazon Bestseller) and Surrounded By Inspiration which offer powerful lessons that inspire, provide hope and encourage change.
Marala is a recipient of a Congressional award for her humanitarian efforts for sharing her prolific life story to inspire and teach others how to overcome adversity. For more information on Marala Scott visit www.maralascott.com.
Beth Tramel was born in Miami and raised in Jacksonville Florida. She attended Stanton College Preparatory. She received her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration from the University of North Florida and her Masters Degree in Business Administration from University of Phoenix. She is currently employed with Duval County Public Schools (DCPS) as the Supervisor of the Minority Business Affairs Office. In this role she assists Minority Business Enterprise (MBEs) owners with doing business with DCPS. She also works with other public and private organizations such as the First Coast Business Alliance, the Florida Association of Minority Business Enterprise Officials, the North Florida Procurement Association, the Florida Minority Supply and Diversity Council to advocate partnering with MBEs. She is very active in the community and is currently servings as President of the First Coast Business Alliance, and is a board member for the Florida Association of Minority Business Enterprise Officials.
She has two sons a 22 year old and a 15 year old. In her spare time she enjoys spending time with her family and friends, serving at her church, cooking, listening to music and reading.
Contact information: Contact Beth Tramel (904)858-4860 or visit www.duvalschools.or
Noon Saturdays, "The Resilient Brain," host Kathy Kitts
Join us every Saturday to hear about the latest techniques for improving your own brain power at any age, from babies to centenarians!
Today, hear Dr. Beth Golden of Colorado talk about her life and adventures. Dr Golden holds a Doctorate of Divinity, and enjoys working to help ease a person through life's challenging transitions.
She gives examples of her work and shares some of her favorite stories.
Beth Buelow (BEE-low), ACC, CPC, is on a mission to create a world where introverts can be wildly successful while still being authentic. Through her business, The Introvert Entrepreneur, she offers speaking, coaching, and seminar services to individuals and corporations. Her first book, “Insight: Reflections on the Gifts of Being an Introvert,” is available through Amazon.com.
Amy Beth welcomes Kevin Scott Hall, author of the compelling memoir, A Quarter Inch From My Heart. Kevin shares his experience taking in a refugee from Hurricane Katrina, the strange relationship that follows and flashbacks to priror tragedies including a random street stabbing. We explore the choices we make, how we overcome wounds and how much we're willing to risk in the quest to save another person and transform our own lives.
We also remember the historic 1969 Moon Landing and pay tribute to Blues guitar legend Johnny Winter and theater, cabaret icon, the bold, brassy Elaine Stritch and Emmy winning actor James Garner
And the usuals: Inspiration to Action shout-outs, free flow Pop Culture convo, the mailbag and more.
Join us for this important and heartfelt show. Tweet before/during show @abwrites Call during show 347-857-4505
Amy Beth welcomes back media maven Kristyn Burtt to dish the hot pop culture news. We'll talk Emmy snubs, the big blow-up over The View, New Jersey Housewives, George Clonney and more.
And we'll serve up a different sort of dish with Nancy Lynn Jarvis, editor of the Cozy Food cookebook.
We also pay tribute to Punk Rock legend Tommy Ramone, delve into the mailbag and offer another Inspiration to Action shout-out.
Tweet beforte/during show @abwrites. Call during the show 347-857-4505
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Hey everyone, and welcome to another episode of Weekdays with Murph. Today we're super excited to welcome Mary Beth Evans to the show! Most of you probably know her as Kayla Brady from "Days of Our Lives", "Katharine Bell" from General Hospital, or as Sara Garrett on "The Bay". I'm taking the lead today, with Cody as my wingman of course, so let's get started!
Dr. Beth Gineris holds three graduate degrees, in business, counseling, and Oriental medicine. She has spent twenty years as a psychotherapist, over fourteen years as a strategic management consultant, and eight years as an acupuncturist. Her education includes acupuncture, Oriental medicine, Jungian theory, Cognitive-behavioral therapy, Gestalt theory, Jeffrey Yuen, 5 element theory, energy re-balancing, and life coaching. She specializes in east-west mind/body/spirit integrated training to offer solutions-oriented life coaching, parenting skills, relationship development, and mindfulness techniques. This allows her to bring a unique blend of complementary methodologies and techniques into her practices with clients, and her writings. She is devoted to providing supportive, solution-focused teachings that allow people to live a more harmonious and happy life. She is the author of Turning NO to ON: The Art of Parenting with Mindfulness, and Turning Me to We: The Art of Partnering with Mindfulness.
Dr. Gineris expertise in relationships will reveal a new level of awareness be sure to tune into the show to learn more....
Tune in to hear Beth Nowak share her story of service!
Giving Families was created to help families SAFELY & EASILY educate children about a variety of causes, engage them in meaningful activities that help others in need & empower them to make the world a better place! Giving Families makes it fun & easy for parents to engage children in meaningful acts of kindness, compassion & generosity! Giving Families makes it fun & easy for parents to engage children in meaningful acts of kindness, compassion & generosity!
For nearly two decades, Beth Karas has offered insight, analysis, and on-the-spot reporting on legal stories from courthouses across the country.
In 1994, Beth joined Court TV as it was celebrating its third year on the air. During her 19 years at Court TV (later renamed In Session on truTV) as a on-air correspondent, Beth has evolved into a multi-platform journalist. She has appeared as a legal expert on virtually every cable and network news programs, including Nightline, Dateline, The Today Show, Good Morning America, The Early Show, CNN’s AC360, HLN’s Nancy Grace and Jane Velez-Mitchell, and Inside Edition.
LOST GIRLS: AN UNSOLVED AMERICAN MYSTERY, Robert Kolker’s fascinating book about the five women whose bodies were found on the same long island beach, all believed to have died at the hands at the most skillful and accomplished NY serial killer since “Son of Sam”, available in paperback on May 6th. Shannan, Maureen, Megan, Melissa, and Amber were all petite women in their twenties and all five were prostitutes who advertised on Craigslist. They also all came from a slice of America ignored by politicians and media: parts of the country hit hard by a poor economy, where limited opportunities force people to make hard choices. Including new information about the man at the center of the case as well as extensive interviews with the victims’ families, LOST GIRLS does more than just shed new light on this still-unsolved mystery. It brings into focus the stories of these young women-- their lives and the circumstances that ultimately led to their deaths.
We're pretty much all brought up with the understanding that lying is bad, but in spite of all the training we've received over the years, most of us still tell at least one lie per day and some of us lie like rugs. In a study conducted by researcher Robert Feldman of the University of Massachussets, test subjects couldn't talk for ten minutes without lying. Lying is an innately human trait and it starts at a very young age. It's easy to understand why lying is bad, but is it a sin? Contrary to what we've all been taught, not all lies are sinful. Join Ken and Beth as they determine what kinds of lies are sinful and what kinds of lies are righteous. Call in to speak with the hosts at 347) 215-9971, join our online chat room, or just listen to the audio stream. This show promises to be a good one, and that's no lie! 9:30PM PDT
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