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Join the Building the Community Team by participating in discussions and provide ideas on the importance of Community. Get to know what Build The Coummity is and its purpose What does a healthy community look like to you Do you think that your community (environment) has a tremendous impact on your growth and personal evolution During the challenging economic times do you think developing or moving into a Self Sustainable Community a possibility We want to hear from you on this and other topics that are important to the development of the individual's wellbeing.
We look forward to your participation and lively discussion.
Show time is Monday, October 15th
Guest Call-in: (347) 838-8264
8:00P to 9:30P CST /9:00P to 10:30P EST
Join us to discuss the following:
How can we start dialogue that will open minds to embrace a Sustainable Living Community (SC)?
What are some characteristics that you would like in a SC you live in?
How can we incorporate holistic health services to minimize the use of western medicine in order to embrace non-traditional healing?
Ways which we can overcome barriers in order to create a Sustainable Community.
As Intimacy and Colour seeks to facilitate dialgoue that is about empowering individuals, families, and communities, it is only appropriate to showcase the work of others who are doing the same.
The city of Newark, which is the home of Intimacy and Colour, is hosting its first TEDx as an opportunity to stimulate dialogue and create positive grass roots change on a variety of topics critical to the revitalization and sustainability of Newark.
Join us this Sunday, October 20m 2013, at 1pm EST, as we speak with the organizer of TEDx Broad Street, Kimberlee Williams, about TEDx Broad Street, but also discuss the need for community building and how do we mobilize a community towards change, empowerment, and healing.
Join us as we discuss owning your accountability in the Trans* community.
We discuss the discrimination within the transgender female to male community, self-hatred, marriage equality, transgender in the military, transgender healthcare,support groups and dysphoria of gender and body.
**Please note this episode may contain sensitive subject matter and possibly not suitable for all audiences.**
*Due to unforseen circumstances, Monday's show is being rescheduled to Wednesday 10/23/13
On Wednesday morning, 10/23/13, at 7am we will be discussing the fine Art of Community Building with special guest, Menes Yahudah. Menes is a percussionist, teacher, and Director/Founder of Urbanfoli Arts. We will discuss what it takes to build a healthy community, what art has to do with it, and what we can all do to get involved. Let's Be About It! JOIN THE CONVERSATION! 347-215-9773
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Join Life Coach Radio Networks co-hosts Filomena A. Iorio-Tasoluk, Veronica Taylor and Kim Ravida as they discuss how to make decisions that not only positively change your life but your community as well. Learn how to improve communication skills, make decisions with clarity and build a strong, supportive community.
Filomena A. Iorio-Tasoluk (www.bounce-life.com) specializes in stress coaching for body & business. Whether stress is the cause of struggling with weight management or workplace burnout, Filomena helps her clients succeed with curiosity, clarity, & confidence.
Kim Ravida (http://www.kimravida.com) is a Lifestyle and Business Coach and the owner of Kim Ravida Coaching. Kim helps women entrepreneurs, business owners and holistic care professionals lead happy and healthy lives while building and leading successful and profitable businesses.
Veronica Taylor, CPC (http://www.lifeleaderscoaching.com/) is a Leadership Coach & the founder of Life Leaders Coaching. She has designed a 3-step coaching process: Discover, Grow, and Sustain to ensure long-term success in all aspects of her clients life.
In another example of what terrific potential small beginnings can have, two Gonzaga PhD candidates approached working with rural coffee farmers on a community development project driven by the local host co-op association, ASOPECAM, from a community development perspective. In community development, the local host drives the project, so the research/service learning project was about what the host wanted, not what outsider team wanted to give (an ongoing problem in development work). Using the heart of servant-hood, Russell Horton and Nathaniel Pearson strove to model servant-leadership, feeling the call that they were in the right place at the right time, offering what small piece of assistance they could to better this world. Time will, of course, be the judge. But they were the first Gonzaga University student group into Colombia (a country still partially under U.S. State Department travel warnings) with the responsibility to blaze a trail for those students who will come after, hopefully accomplishing even greater projects. Join us as we discuss Rusty and Nate’s research/service learning project and discover another example of how a small start can have great impact in other people’s lives.
In 2005, Kristin took a Huge Leap of Faith. She quit her full-time job, sold her home and most possessions to live her Dream as a full-time Storyteller and to create/fund/facilitate volunteer project, Literacy Outreach Belize. She’s donated programs for 33,340 students & trained 800 teachers. She is currently writing the book, Building Bridges Between; Connecting Culture, Classrooms & Communities, slated for publication in 2013. This project will expand in 2013 through invitation, Kristin will volunteer in Kenya, Ghana and India. (Your support is needed.) Literacy Outreach Belize
Today Kristin performs and presents throughout the world connecting cultures, listening and learning to build bridges between. She shares Joy, Hope & Understanding; we are All Interconnected through Story.
Today, software companies such as SAP and Taleo, business information providers such as LexisNexis and consulting firms such as Palladium Group have moved much of their customer interactions to online communities they have built for their customers. While they are still in their early stages, these online communities are providing these enterprises with a competitive advantage: the ability to get much closer and become more valuable to customers every day, around the clock.
That’s why LinkedIn marketing expert Kristina Jaramillo invited Vanessa DiMauro. founder and CEO of Leader Networks – a research and strategy consulting company that helps organizations succeed in social business and B2B online community building – to join her on the B2B Marketing Insider’s Radio Show.
Vanessa’s bringing to our guests knowledge and expertise from over 15 years experience in social business leadership positions at Cambridge Technology Partners, Computerworld, Bitstream and TERC.
You’ll learn how she has founded and ran numerous online communities, and has developed award winning social business strategies for some of the largest and most influential companies in the world.
Listen to this radio show interview with Vanessa DiMauro - then check out our other community building interviews at http://www.b2bmarketingradioshow.com