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In this episode of the The Paleo Transition Terry Shanahan discusses the challenges he sees people struggle with as they attempt to transition to a Palelo Diet. Also disucussed is how long the average person takes to make full transition to the Paleo diet. Finally, the best "first steps" in a trasition are discussed.
Nutritional consultant and Paleo Diet expert Terry Shanahan discusses how Paleolithic Nutrition gets phenomenal results for people. In particular, Terry discusses the current trends in Paleo Nutrition and how some have been so successful at changing their lives with this diet and lifestyle.
It is a very scary feeling to step out of your comfort zone to make a change for the better. It's Transition Time. It's a very true saying if you keep doing what you have always done, then don't expect a different outcome.Just imagine seeing a dog chasing its own tail. It's hilarious, but it's also pathetic at the same time. When you stay stuck in one gear you are like a dog chasing its own tail running around in circles getting nowhere making no real progress. Tune in with me, Chjazze Lewis as I talk about making a transition for the better. Call-in# 1(213)559-2956.
Have you ever wondered how some people just make it seem so easy to go through big life & business changes? They make it look almost effortless. From career change, relocation, monetary windfalls & financial ruin to marriage, divorce, providing care for children & aging parents, some people just seem to have a knack for coping with change and thriving under adverse conditions. Are they masterful illusionists or do they possess exceptional -- almost magical -- skills?
“Life is one big transition.” ~ Willie Stargell
We’ll talk about how creatives in business like you can use your strengths & natural talents to be a magician of transition.
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Most People never heard of something called The "NOOSPHERE" but we all have felt the effects of it.
Tune into tonight's powerful show as we introduce you to an UNSEEN POWER that is effecting not just your life but the Entire World!
Rebroadcast - Original Show Aired 9 March 2013. Email us to let us know what topics interest you!
Jesse interviews Rev Maria Dancing Heart Hoaglund – author and broad-based spiritual and bereavement counselor. She authored “The Last Adventure of Life: Sacred Resources for Transition”. Maria has a unique cross-cultural foundation and universal perspective. She was born and raised in Japan, graduated Yale and the Chicago Theological Seminary, served as a parish minister, hospice spiritual and bereavement counselor. She bridges traditional religion with new spirituality. We discuss dealing with the loss of those that have passed on, preparing for those that are ready to transition; and how to provide healing to these situations. You can learn more about her work at www.changewithcourage.com
Online Courses: www.learnitlive.com/invite/jesseannnicholsgeorge
Zayden Tayler is a 24 y/o FTM. He has been on hormones for 4.5 months. He is the admin of a collab channeol Zayden says” We have a wide range of members wanting to help others out by getting the word out and helping people who are having trouble getting through the Trans* community. We also want to steer people in the right direction so they can get started on their transition. We also offer a helping hand to anybody who needs someone to talk to and has questions about anything. We make videos talking about different topics that we given out each Sunday. The Transgender Project is a collaborative Each week I submit a topic to a common page for the members, where we can all access the information and plan our videos accordingly. There are currently multiple guys and gals assigned to upload a video each day of the week. The idea of having a significant number of members and range of different personalities is that viewers will have a chance to relate to one or more of those members.
is a native Houstonian and a trailblazing award winning trans community leader. She has lobbied since 1998 for trans human rights protections at the federal, state and local levels in Kentucky and Texas. In 2006 she became the third African-American trans person and the first African-American Texan to receive the IFGE Trinity Award, the transgender community’s highest meritorious service award. She was named to the inaugural Trans 100 List and honored with the Monica Roberts Advocacy Award by Black Transmen, Inc in March 2013 Monica was a founding member of NTAC, the National Transgender Advocacy Coalition and served on its inaugural board as its Political Director from 1999-2002, served on the boards of Louisville, KY’s Fairness Campaign and C-FAIR, helped organize the 2005 and 2006 Transsistahs-Transbrothas Conferences that took place in Louisville and participated in the first ever trans-themed panel discussions at Netroots Nation and OUT on the Hill in 2012. In addition to participating in a long list of panel discussions, town halls and keynote speaking engagements to various colleges, groups and conferences over the years in January 2006 she founded the award winning blog TransGriot. Her writing about trans issues from an Afrocentric perspective has appeared at Ebony.com, Loop21.com Transadvocate, The Huffington Post, Racialicious, Feministe, Global Comment, The Bilerico Project, Elixher, What Tami Said and Womanist Musings. http://transgriot.blogspot.com/
Many people started out on a path where they meant to do right but somehow got comfortable in the transition place and never moved beyond it. Now they live in a place of not what used to be but not who I'm called to be either. Tonight, God is bidding us to complete the move. Will you join us?
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