• 01:01

    Best Of w Debra Burlingame and Diana West

    in Politics Conservative

    Freedom Radio Rocks the house with Debra Burlingame and Diana West "Best Of" interviews with Tim Sumner on the ongoing unanswered issue of the Bengahzi Massacres.  
     
     
     
     

  • 01:00

    Debra Burlingame on foreign policy and the Presidential race

    in Politics Conservative

    Debra Burlingame joins us to discuss the Presidential debates between Mitt Romney and Barack Obama, foreign policy, and Benghazi. Her brother, Charles F. "Chic" Burlingame III, the pilot of American Airlines Flight 77, fought bravely to defend his aircraft, crew, and passengers on 9/11. Since that day, Debra has worked tirelessly to help identify the threats we face as a Nation. She co-founded 9/11 Families for a Safe & Strong America, is a director on the board of the National September 11 Memorial and Museum, and has twice met and addressed her concerns with President Obama.

  • 00:57

    720 Degree Tennis: Henner Lenhardt - Junior Grand Prix Tennis

    in Sports

    Henner Lenhardt played college Tennis and graduated from Florida State University. Henner is a USPTA Tennis Professional for more than 25 years.  He is also a member of USTA coaches commission, Director of Tennis at Burlingame Country Club, and is a oard member of Junior Grand Prix Tennis.


    Bill Patton is a 26 year veteran of the Tennis Industry. He has a B.S. in Industrial Psychology from CSUEB, and has written a Masters Thesis in Education at National University.  As an Author, Coach, Thought Leader, Tournament Director, etc. he has never stopped working to branch out and learn new things. Bill has written two books so far with more on the way, The Art of Coaching High School Tennis, and Playing Sports Right: Your Way on Amazon.  You can also contact Bill directly for discounted and signed books.  Aside from that Mr. Patton also is an account manager for TennisConnect Professional Services (TCPS, LLC), which provides incredible website services and power components for clubs and tennis professionals.  You can follow Bill on Twitter,  Facebook, and WordPress


     

  • 02:43

    Land of Free and White

    in Culture

    Unaccompanied minors are surging into the US from Mexico, many seeking a haven from gang violence or hoping the government will take pity on them But they endure terrible hardships on the way—like hunger, illness, robbery, and sexual assault. President Obama's "Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals" won't help them because it's for young immigrants who arrived in early 2007. (As for immigration reform, Congress is still thinking about it.) But some immigrants can get a green card if they show proof of neglect, abuse, or abandonment.


    We have protesters stopping buses of migrant detainees headed to processing centers. However what is not known the house and senate gave approval to a bill that extends 1000 special visa to afghan citizens who have been working for the United states.


    Overall some 3000 so-called special visa's were available this year to Afghanistan citizens who have worked as U.S. interpreters.

  • 01:29

    The ANDREA SHEA KING SHOW

    in Politics Conservative

    “It’s classified because if it were released, the people would demand war against Saudi Arabia, and the entire US policy of having the Sunni Arabs price their oil in US dollars in exchange for supporting their dictatorships would fall apart.” – Comment left at Hot Air


    Buried among the headlines at the Drudge Report this morning is this bombshell:


    Inside the Saudi 911 Coverup by Paul Sperry, author of “Infilftration: How Muslim Spies and Subversives have penetrated Washington“. 


     


     

  • 01:03

    Crafting Calm with Maggie Oman Shannon

    in Spirituality

     
    Coach Cafe' is thrilled to welcome Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon!
    Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon, M.A., is an interfaith minister, spiritual director, workshop and retreat facilitator, and author of six books including her latest, Crafting Calm: Projects and Practices for Creativity and Contemplation.
    In 2000, Maggie Oman Shannon founded The New Story, a coaching and consulting business focused on helping people create deeper meaning in their lives. The former editor of three national magazines, including The Saturday Evening Post, Oman Shannon also served as Director of Marketing for the Institute of Noetic Sciences.    In addition to being a certified life coach, she completed the three-year training program of the Spiritual Directors Institute at Mercy Center in Burlingame, California. A graduate of Smith College, Oman Shannon also holds an M.A. degree in Culture and Spirituality from Holy Names University. She is an ordained interfaith minister who graduated from Manhattan’s One Spirit Interfaith Seminary in 2010.   Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon currently has the honor of serving as Spiritual Director of Unity Spiritual Center of San Francisco. She lives in San Francisco with her husband and 10-year-old daughter.   Learn more about Rev. Maggie Oman Shannon- www.maggieomanshannon.com  

  • 00:31

    A PRO at Personal Development - Tina Black

    in Women

    Tina Black doesn't know how to have a bad hair day.  How could she?  She owns three Paul Mitchell Schools!  That's a long way from her start as a dental hygenist.  (She never has a bad teeth day, either.)  From there to here, however, there was a lot of learning in between.  She has spent countless hours on growing herself into the leader and mentor that she is today. She has taken life coach training, and for years was coached by the director of all coaching for Paul Mitchell Advanced Education Mary Burlingame.  She also took a course from John Maxwell just last week. 
    I feel like the luckiest gal on the internet today since I get to delve in to her expertise on coaching, training, mentoring and insight into ever becoming your better you.  And maybe a few beauty tips!
    http://www.tinablack.net/
     
     
     

  • 00:57

    Beyond Abuse Radio: Building Healthy Connections Part 4

    in Education

    Beyond Abuse Radio- Building Healthy Connections, Part 4
    What does a healthy relationship look like?  As we become the lords of our own castle drawbridges we must learn and practice new relationship skills.  Setting and receiving boundaries, learning mature trust, and communicating from the heart are a few of things we’ll be talking about today.  Call in and join the conversation! Misa Leonessa is a life coach and spiritual director specializing in trauma recovery, relationships, communication and spiritual growth.  She has walked the path from surviving to thriving herself, and has a passion to help people heal from childhood abuse. She loves to work with individuals who are committed to pursuing greater relational, emotional and spiritual wholeness.  She created Living from the Heart, a 14 week course and group coaching experience to help people grow deep, authentic intimacy. As host of Beyond Abuse Radio where she shares the wisdom gleaned from her own journey of three decades of healing, as well as interviewing other survivors, helpers, and experts in trauma recovery, providing support and encouragement for those on their healing journey.  She facilitates workshops and conferences for people ready to break patterns of fear and self-protection to find their new inheritance of life, love and joy. Misa has BA’s in Sociology and Non-Profit Administration from University of the Pacific, is a graduate from Life Skills International and holds a certificate from Mercy Center’s Spiritual Director Institute in Burlingame, Ca.  a member of Spiritual Directors International.  

  • 00:59

    Beyond Abuse Radio: Building Healthy Connections- Healing in Community, part 3

    in Education

    Learning about having healthy relationships is a good beginning, but you can’t HAVE healthy relationships if you are not around people.  You need a relationship lab, so to speak, to work out your true identity and practice the things you are learning.  So, let’s get practical and talk about finding community. 
    Misa Leonessa is a life coach and spiritual director specializing in trauma recovery, relationships, communication and spiritual growth.  She has walked the path from surviving to thriving herself, and has a passion to help people heal from childhood abuse. She loves to work with individuals who are committed to pursuing greater relational, emotional and spiritual wholeness.  She created Living from the Heart, a 14 week course and group coaching experience to help people grow deep, authentic intimacy. As host of Beyond Abuse Radio where she shares the wisdom gleaned from her own journey of three decades of healing, as well as interviewing other survivors, helpers, and experts in trauma recovery, providing support and encouragement for those on their healing journey.  She facilitates workshops and conferences for people ready to break patterns of fear and self-protection to find their new inheritance of life, love and joy. Misa has BA’s in Sociology and Non-Profit Administration from University of the Pacific, is a graduate from Life Skills International and holds a certificate from Mercy Center’s Spiritual Director Institute in Burlingame, Ca.  a member of Spiritual Directors International.   She also volunteers for the Survivor’s Healing Center of Santa Cruz and is a TEDX speaker trainer.

  • 00:57

    Beyond Abuse Radio: Building Healthy Connections- Healing in Community, part 2

    in Education

    When we spend our childhood in an environment that does not teach us the truth about who we are and how the world works, we are unable to make decisions as adults that create healthy connections.  So, what do healthy connections look like? 
    Misa Leonessa is a life coach and spiritual director specializing in trauma recovery, relationships, communication and spiritual growth.  She has walked the path from surviving to thriving herself, and has a passion to help people heal from childhood abuse. She loves to work with individuals who are committed to pursuing greater relational, emotional and spiritual wholeness.  She created Living from the Heart, a 14 week course and group coaching experience to help people grow deep, authentic intimacy. As host of Beyond Abuse Radio where she shares the wisdom gleaned from her own journey of three decades of healing, as well as interviewing other survivors, helpers, and experts in trauma recovery, providing support and encouragement for those on their healing journey.  She facilitates workshops and conferences for people ready to break patterns of fear and self-protection to find their new inheritance of life, love and joy. Misa has BA’s in Sociology and Non-Profit Administration from University of the Pacific, is a graduate from Life Skills International and holds a certificate from Mercy Center’s Spiritual Director Institute in Burlingame, Ca.  a member of Spiritual Directors International.   She also volunteers for the Survivor’s Healing Center of Santa Cruz and is a TEDX speaker trainer. 

  • 01:00

    Beyond Abuse Radio hosted by Misa Leonessa

    in Education

    Building Healthy Connections- Healing in Community, part 1 
    Misa Leonessa is a life coach and spiritual director specializing in trauma recovery, relationships, communication and spiritual growth.  She has walked the path from surviving to thriving herself, and has a passion to help people heal from childhood abuse. She loves to work with individuals who are committed to pursuing greater relational, emotional and spiritual wholeness.  She created Living from the Heart, a 14 week course and group coaching experience to help people grow deep, authentic intimacy. As host of Beyond Abuse Radio where she shares the wisdom gleaned from her own journey of three decades of healing, as well as interviewing other survivors, helpers, and experts in trauma recovery, providing support and encouragement for those on their healing journey.  She facilitates workshops and conferences for people ready to break patterns of fear and self-protection to find their new inheritance of life, love and joy. Misa has BA’s in Sociology and Non-Profit Administration from University of the Pacific, is a graduate from Life Skills International and holds a certificate from Mercy Center’s Spiritual Director Institute in Burlingame, Ca.  a member of Spiritual Directors International.   She also volunteers for the Survivor’s Healing Center of Santa Cruz and is a TEDX speaker trainer. Misa has 2 beautiful daughters whom she homeschooled from kindergarten through high school and has been married for 28 years.  She lives in the Santa Cruz Mountains of central California with her husband Lou.  Misa loves to write, walk in the Redwoods, and kayak.
    You Are Not Alone!  Abuse isolates and healing from abuse requires relationship.   “Just as despair can come to one only from other human beings, hope, too, can be given to one only by other human beings.”  — Elie Weisel

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