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Rik Schnabel has seen great success in his life. Through his success he has also seen friends fall away, sadly one of the challenges of climbing the ladder and reaching higher places to occupy. Today, although his business is booming, he says he has three friends and one of those is his wife. Hear his story about 'HOW SUCCESS HAS CHANGED HIS LIFE'.
Kate Elliot, is a founder of Kate & Kim, an organisation dedicated to helping women find, meet and make new friends. After graduating with a degree in Psychology, Kate lived in Canada and Poland for a number of years. During her travels, she experienced first-hand the loneliness that comes with being new to an environment or following a major life-stage shift. After breaking up with a best-friend, she knew she had to solve the need to bring women together for the purpose of establishing new friendships. Kate is passionate about the subject of female friendships and particularly interested in dispelling the myth that women easily and effortlessly form large, strong social circles. In addition to Kate & Kim, Kate recently launched Faces of Friendship, a blog dedicated to creating conversation and transparency around female friendships, a place for women to share their thoughts, feelings and lessons from their own experiences. Join us as we travel through these real spaces of life that people find themselves in.
The Myth of the BFF | When friendship dies | How to mourn a friendship | How to move on
Susan and Nicole dive into a side of the friendship conversation that isn't often discussed.
Dr. Natalie Kon-yu, Dr. Natalie Kon-yu Lecturer in Creative Writing, Literary and Gender Studies College of the Arts, Victoria University, Melbourne, Australia. She is one of the editors of 'Just between Us: Australian Writers Tell the Truth about Female Friendship'. She is currently co-editing another anthology with Pan Macmillan which features some of Australia's high profile female writers. Additionally, we will hear Jennifer Burrows spends her life helping people develop skills that help them professionally and personally. Perhaps her own journey has helped her develop this much needed skill set. Jennifer will share her painful story about how she lost all of her friends through one extraordinary rumour. A rumour that you won't believe and how one persons life can change so drastically. She lost her friends, moved countries but says it's the BEST thing that has ever happened to her. Rik Schnabel will be joining us has climbed the ladder of success and has quickly realised that being at the top can be very lonely. He's going to share - from the male perspective what friendship looks like as a man in the corporate world. Success has truly changed the landscape of his friendships in a challenging way. Additionally, Kate Elliot, founder of kateandkim.com, has travelled the globe, lived in countries overseas and shares from a deep well of personal loneliness and the desire to build friendships. She will tell us about her fast growing friendship site and why the need for connectivity and friendship is so great.
Get the inside scoop from riders, mechanics, and industry professionals from around the AMA Pro Flat Track community. NMC Flat Track Show brings you content and breaking news you won't find anywhere else. Hosted by AMA Grand National Rider #65/Next Moto Champion Associate Editor Cory "CTex" Texter & Former AMA Grand National Rider #43/AMA Pro Announcer Scottie "Hollywood" Deubler".
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in Self Help
Rik Schnabel joins Mike Handcock as one of the newest global SAGE's for the Quantum Business School.
This fascinating 10 minute insight by Rik into NLP (Neuro Linguistic Programming) and how it is used in business and by entrepreneurs.
On today's FARcast, I'll be joined by four, separate artists that have creative tendrils in multiple worlds.
Joyce Mason is a world renowned astrologer and author, having penned and published, "Chiron And Wholness" and "Keywords To Unlock Chiron." Now, she's jumped feet first into writing mystery novels, with the release of "The Crystal Ball; A Micki Michaels Mystery." We'll talk about this new phase in her life and how astrology plays a role.
Julia Free is a singer/songwriter who has sang back-up for the likes of Carlos Santana as well as crafting a successful solo career. Julia is also a cancer survivor, but more than just that. A consciously aware being who broke the cycle of dis-ease in her family. We'll listen to her music and hear her powerful tale of transformation.
Roy Tiesler was an incredibly successful painter in New York in the 80's and 90's where his art was in the same marketplace as Keith Haring's, Julian Schnabel's and Basquiat's. Roy is back with new, transformational art and a website to showcase it.
R.U. Sirius, aka Ken Goffman was the editor for the groundbreaking cyberzine, MONDO 2000. R.U. has been working on a MONDO retrospective project that will capture the zeitgeist of MONDO in all of it's hallucenogenic glory. R.U. will stop by and spin a few tales from the MONDO world.
Please join me as we celebrate art, transformation and deep culture on the Friday FARcast.
in Self Help
This week we replayed Tahnee's wonderful interview from last year with motivational speaker and NLP master "Un-Trainer" Rik Schnabel, a very heart-centered and joyful man.
Rik spoke very movingly about the wisdom of children and how we can create a conscious place of acceptance for them to be who they really are.
Rik shared his passion for helping people to un-train their patterns in order to overcome their limiting beliefs and live their dreams. He shared some great tips for visualising and manifesting. And he modelled for us what it is to be a beacon of light for the world.
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186pointDUCE (WWR) "Hashtag Baby Wednesday"
1st HR “Current Events”
2nd HR "PARTY TIME”
3rd HR “OVERTIME”
A couple has taken their obsession with Twitter to the next level, naming their newborn daughter Hashtag.Yes, little Hashtag Jameson entered the world at about 10 p.m. Saturday, according to her mother’s Facebook page.The woman, whose first name was blacked out in screen shots of the status update, added: “She weys 8 pounds and i luv her so much!!!!!”According to Yahoo!, her equally spelling-challenged friends started leaving creative congratulatory comments.“Aww babes you finally had youre Tweetybird xxx,” Sources tell the 186pointDUCE that Demi Moore, 50, has been quietly spending time with Vito Schnabel, the dapper art dealer son of star painter Julian, As Americans went on a ticket-buying spree, the Powerball jackpot rose to $550 million Wednesday, enticing many people who rarely, if ever, play the lottery to purchase a shot at the second-largest payout in U.S. history.
And Twitter Shot outs
The Center for Palestine Studies
Moderated by Professors:
HAMID DABASHI, Professor of Iranian Studies & Comparative Literature, Columbia University
HELGA TAWIL-SOURI, Professor of Media, Culture, & Communication, NYU
From Academy Award nominated director Julian Schnabel and based on the autobiographical novel of Palestinian journalist Rula Jebreal, Miral tells the story of three generations of Palestinian women as they navigate the complexities of life after the creation of the state of Israel. Shot in Jerusalem, the film charts decades of history, from the onset of Israel's occupation to the start of the "peace process."
Miral provides an unprecedented lens on Palestinian stories as told through Palestinian voices and experiences.
Schnabel and Jebreal discuss the political, historical, and artistic context of the movie, including the difficulties of making a movie about Palestine for the mainstream American audience.
This event is sponsored by The Center for Palestine Studies. Co-sponsored by the Middle East Institute and Columbia Film Program's Carla Kuhn Series. Seating is on a first-come, first-serve basis.
To learn more about the Miral, please visit: http://www.miralmovie.com/
Hamid Dabashi, Rula Jebreal, Julian Schnabel, Helga Tawil-Souri
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Author Brandice Schnabel talks about her new book "Columbus Groove" which she describes as "a collection of poems that reflect the journey many of us take to find what we need in another person." Brandice took a huge step in self-publishing her book, and we'll talk about that as well. She is a clinical social worker who currently works in a psychiatric unit "when she's not scratching her latest creative itch." Following the interview, I hope to review a few news stories from this week.
8 pm CST-Variety Show-Music, myth, trivia and more with Pam Kelly with a new voice in fiction, Brandice Snowden. She is a pagan who wrestles with chronic health issues and was inspired to follow her dream to write. She has self published and has useful tips on the process but needs our help in obtaining the goal of purchasing her ISBN
Music for PTRN open and close provided by SJ Tucker, For more music and information, please visit http://sjtucker.com/