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  • 01:16

    Live-Love- Lead with Rha Goddess

    in Self Help

    Coach Cafe' Radio is thrilled and delighted to welcome the wisdom of Rha Goddess!  

    Rha Goddess is the entrepreneurial coach behind breakthrough changemakers,cultural visionaries,and social entrepreneurs who are revolutionizing how we all live,work,and play. Combining her business savvy with a passion for social change, she founded Move the Crowd, an entrepreneurial training company dedicated to helping the next generation "Stay True, Get Paid, and Do Good."

    Through 'MoveThe Crowd', Rha has coached New York Times best-selling author Gabrielle Bernstein and Alisa Vitti of FloLiving, in addition to entrepreneurs like Reshma Saujani and hundreds of other leading changemakers. Rha credits Barbara Stanny and Sheree Stomberg as two of her personal business mentors and Grace Lee Boggs and Jodies Evans as social change mentors. Rha has studied the spiritual mindsets of such gurus as Deepak Chopra, Marianne Williamson, Louise Hay, in addition to the business skillset of Anthony Robbins, T. Harv Ekker, among others and holds a Bachelor’s in Independent Studies with a dual major in Chemistry and Computer Science from Vassar College.

    Rha has also lead the conversation around conscious entrepreneurship, speaking at respected venues such as LOHAS, SVN and TEDxBroadStreet.

    During this powerful interview you will:

      Learn why success is a “whole self” proposition.
      What some of the greatest challenges are for women when striving to be “empowered.'
      How women can find their path to contribution.
      Is it ok to be spiritual and profitable-and much more! 


    To learn more about  Rha Goddess visit - www.movethecrowd.me/

    Visit us- www.coachcaferadio.com



  • 00:37

    Young Changemakers in Akili Dada w/ guest Purity Kagwiria

    in Women

    Purity Kagwiria - a Kenyan feminist activist who currently works as Director of the Young Changemakers program at Akili Dada an international award-winning leadership incubator nurturing a generation of young African women from underprivileged backgrounds. Purity is passionate about girls' education, young women's rights, documenting oral herstories, and photography. She moonlights as a fashion designer and is a 'wannabe artist'. Purity is also an advisor to FRIDA | The Young Feminist Fund Find her on || Twitter: @pruncie

  • 00:25

    Waiting for the world to change? One Radiating Global Vision

    in Self Help

    Stop ... waiting for the world to change... Your invited to connect with changemakers (yes, that's you) from around the world. Unite through a practice of visioning and affirming and connecting with how we want our world to be for all people, all over the world. Connecting changes the world for us and every other person. Join in and feel the transformation one day at a time.

    find us on facebook: inner radiance of family life or Radiant Family Radio and podcast

    send questions through email to a private message to me and I will respond on the show or directly to you.

    Do as one, be as one, we are one. And, for that I am deeply grateful, Lorilei

  • 01:01

    Living Life on Purpose with Nonfiction Author RitaMarie Johnson

    in Books

    Living Life on Purpose features expert guests on a wide variety of topics including Sustainability, Spirituality, Optimal Health & Well Being and Inspirational Nonfiction Authors, Musicians and Entertainers.

    My guest today is Rita Marie Johnson from 12-1pm PST.

    Rita Marie the founder of the Rasur Foundation and she is an educator, author, speaker, and award-winning innovator who has been sharing her Connection method worldwide for the past 10 years. She pioneered the "Connection Practice" and it is now being taught in many schools and businesses worldwide. She won the coveted Ashoka Changemakers Innovation Award and she was instrumental in establishing the Costa Rican government's Ministry of Justice and Peace which was supported by Nobel Peace Prize Laureate Oscar Arias. Her most recent book, Completely Connected: Uniting Our Empathy and Insight for Extraordinary Results, details the process of this unique method of bringing compassion and harmony to groups of people. www.RasurInternational.org

    To learn more about being a guest or sponsor on this show please contact the show host, Suzanne Strisower. Suzanne@YourNextStepCoach.com 


  • 00:33

    Anita Wing Lee: Dream Launcher And Speaker

    in Travel

    Anita Wing Lee is an award-winning speaker, dream launcher, transformational coach and mentor. Anita landed unheard-of, paid, travel internships in university, travelling to 21 countries by the time she graduated.

    With all her eclectic experiences, she still scored her dream job and launched her dream business, and now knows it's possible for anyone to create a career doing what you believe in and love. 

    Through her Freedom Career coaching and mentorship program, Anita helps ambitious millennials, students, young professionals and aspiring changemakers to find their passion, get paid to make a difference and create careers they believe and love. 

    Website: www.AnitaWingLee.com

    Twitter: @AnitaWingLee


  • 00:30

    Gratitude or Attitude - SHIFT

    in Self Help

    Have a cup of tea, or your favorite beverage, (we call it "MEE Time") with Music 4 Life® Radio show hosts Judith Pinkerton and Amy Frost as they focus on being thankful with special guest Kelsey Wong, a Creator, Connector, and Community Activator. Passionate about the intersection of social entrepreneurship, business and community,  her mission is to activate a conscious movement of changemakers and mindful leaders to create a ripple of impact in the world. Kelsey found her dream company and tribe in Delivering Happiness. Currently, Kelsey serves as the Client + Community Captain where she develops client relationships and leads community initiatives with thousands of inspired people across the globe. Beyond all else, Kelsey believes "If you want to change the world, you must start with you."

    This week's topic "Gratitude or Attitude - SHIFT" looks at choices we make to be grateful for what we have or to have an attitude that doesn’t serve us. Experience tools to help your Thanksgiving and life truly be about gratitude.

    Download free topic handout at Amy's blog at AmyFrost.com.

    Build your emotional resilience with music medicine. Learn how to apply music medicine in your life to manage more easily the ups and downs - take the 2-hour course, downloadable Music Medicine Boot Camp.

    Contact our special guest Kelsey Wong at deliveringhappiness.com.

  • 01:33

    Changemakers TRS with Aurora

    in Spirituality

    Change Makers is to be a collection of vignettes that will tell the stories of several individuals and organizations from around the world that have used their passion and love for the Earth as a way to live in harmony with her. Included in the film will be some radical new ideas as to how to live an eco-sustainable lifestyle and some unique perspectives on recycling materials previously thought to be useless and turning them into valuable components of a future built on respect for the planet. The main focus of the film will be the empowerment of the individual to be able to take their own destiny with regards to food, shelter and even power into their own hands; many of the projects highlighted in the film are things that can be easily replicated by ordinary people with little to no technical training. The film will also approach the political aspects of eco-sustainable living which includes different coding and zoning laws drawn up by governments around the world to discourage off the grid living. The combined knowledge and experience of these groups who are paving the way to a more eco-sustainable way of life can not only provide understanding but will offer hope and confirmation that we, the human race, are more than capable of creating a utopian way of life when we work together with each other and with the land on which we live.

  • 01:34

    Jean and Rick on Changemakers: The Revolution Solution

    in Film

    Seems we have a last minute cancellation, so you get the treat of having Rick and Jean all to yourselves! 
    Call in with questions!

  • 01:01

    Move to Amend Reports w/Laura Bonham & Egberto Willies

    in Politics

    This week features teacher, author, and activist Jesse Hagopian to talk about the damage done by corporate education reform and the new grassroots movement of teachers, students, and parents building the alternative.

    Jesse Hagopian teaches history and is the Black Student Union adviser at Garfield High School, the site of the historic boycott of the MAP standardized test . Jesse is an associate editor for Rethinking Schools magazine, a founding member of Social Equality Educators (SEE), and recipient of the 2013 “Secondary School Teacher of Year” award from the Academy of Education Arts and Sciences. Jesse is an author, activist, and a regularly requested public speaker at community forums, panel discussions, rallies, debates, public hearings, and on college campuses. Jesse is a contributing author to 101 Changemakers: Rebels and Radicals Who Changed US History and Education and Capitalism: Struggles for Learning and Liberation (Haymarket Books). Jesse’s writings on education, Haiti, Palestine, and U.S. politics, are regularly published at Truth Out, Common Dreams, Black Agenda Report, Socialist Worker, Counter Punch, and the Seattle Education website. He has also been a frequent special guest contributor to the Seattle Times op-ed page. Jesse’s commentary has been featured on many local and national news programs including CNN, Keith Olberman’s Countdown, The Dan Rather Report, Democracy Now!, The Real News Network, and King 5 News TV with Mark Wright.

    For more information about Jesse and his work, visit: iamaneducator.com

  • 01:06

    Soulfullpreneur Talk Radio

    in Spirituality

    Soulfullpreneur Radio - Inspiration, expression, abundance.  

    Our guest is Asha Croggon.  Asha inspires women changemakers to work not just 'from' their hearts but truly WITH them so they can shift out of stress and into their WholeHearted YES!

    Learn more about Asha here! http://wholeheartedbeing.com/soulFULLpreneur/

    About Soulfullpreneur Talk Radio...Spiritual business specialists Rachel Archelaus and Megan Crandlemire will bring you inspiring conversations with people who are living their soul purpose. Frequent guests include  psychic mediums, channelers, coaches, artists and authors. We end every show with psychic readings and business coaching – we welcome your questions about your spiritual business or life purpose journey. 



  • 00:31

    Repeat: Meet Sixto Cancel-Foster Alumni are Making a Difference

    in Culture

    Sixto Cancel is a current a VCU student who grew up in the US foster care system. He is the founder of Think of Us, the Center for Emerging Adults, which works to create positive life outcomes for vulnerable youth. He has been named a Millennial Maker by BET and recognized as one of the Top 24 Changemakers under 24 in the country by the Campaign for a Presidential Youth Council and Sparkaction. In high school he founded and secured funding for Stellar Works, a SAT and remedial education program for students in foster care. As a Young Fellow at Jim Casey Youth Opportunity, Cancel has had a national voice advocating for youth aging out of foster care.

    Cancel has participated in over 20 conferences around issues facing youth including the Harvard Law, the Clinton Global Initiative, and the Center for Enterprise Development. Cancel has been quoted on NPR’s “Tell Me More,” Fox News, and in The Huffington Post. As a policy council member, he provides recommendations to the Acting Assistant Secretary for the Administration for Children and Families under the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. He also currently serves on the Board of Directors for the National Foster Care Coalition and on advisory boards for noteworthy organizations including the Center for the Study of Social Policy and the American Institute of Research.