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Segment 1: Brett Graff is a former US government economist who today writes the nationally syndicated column THE HOME ECONOMIST. Her book, NOT BUYING IT: How to Stop Overspending and Start Raising Happier, Healthier and More Successful Kids proves that much of the things we buy for our kids offer no guarantees and have the potential to harm our kids as much as help them.
Segment 2: Maria Serbina is a business strategist and social influence online expert, an author, and speaker. She is the founder of List Wealth Model Business School. Maria is the author of the book “If I can’t Find You in 3 Seconds You Don’t Exist: Being Findable Online for Ultimate Visibility & Profits” and co-author of # 1 Amazon bestseller “Savvy Women Revving Up for Success.”
Segment 3: Barry Moltz shows you how to get your business unstuck.
Segment 4: Cory McFarlane is the Chief Visionary of Pinnacle/CSG, a high-tech construction management company.
Segment 5: Betsy Teutsch is passionate about mobilizing resources for the world’s poorest women. She has pursued Encore Careers as blogger, columnist, community organizer and eco-activist. In addition to her profession as a Judaica artist, she served as Communications Director of Green Microfinance, promoting affordable paths out of rural poverty. She is the author of 100 Under 100: 100 Tools for Empowering Global Women.
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Lost Arts Radio heard about the Center for Self-Governance (www.centerforselfgovernance.com) from our friend, Idaho legislative representative Heather Scott. We had never known about that great organization before. But it turns out their work is as important as representative Scott suggested, and as a result, we are doing something unprecedented with this week's show. Center For Self-Governance president and co-founder Mark Herr will be on with us giving Lost Arts listeners a special, condensed, three hour "mini-class," giving some of the information from CSG's 8-hour level one class that we strongly recommend you still take, along with all four levels which follow it, and the state constitution class that is also taught as a separate unit.
Hopefully when you hear this class you will understand our enthusiasm for the work of CSG, and will take advantage of their offerings to not only educate yourself on how to actually take back our republic and our freedoms, but also put into practice the work that the class teaches, to be an example of the process to others. Hopefully this will lead not only to many more true servants of freedom and the people entering public office on all levels of government, but will even more importantly help wake up people everywhere to the point they can actually "Keep the Republic," as Benjamin Franklin and other founders of our country said was up to us to do, in order to ensure freedom for ourselves and for future generations.
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Our guests this morning are Rebecca Weintraub, Sara Krish, Sue Tamala and Denise McKendall, representing the 2014 Girl’s Night Out event taking place Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday nights, October 7 through October 9 at The Comedy & Magic Club.
Rebecca Weintraub is a 10 year breast cancer survivor and member of CSG Board of Directors and auctioneer for Girl’s Night Out. She has spent more than 30 years in the field of communication, facilitation, change management and organizational behavior.
Susan Tamala is a retiree, living in Torrance, following 34 years of service with Mobil/ExxonMobil. She transferred from Joliet, IL to Torrance in 1997. Ten months following her relocation, she was diagnosed and treated for Stage 3 Breast Cancer.
Denise McKendall is a self-proclaimed breast cancer thriver and the founder of pinkhaven.com. She was born and raised in the LA area and currently resides in the South Bay of Los Angeles with her three year old son. At the age of forty-two, with a very young son, newly separated from my husband and jobless due to the Great Recession, she was diagnosed with triple-negative breast cancer.
After conducting numerous amounts of research and interviewing more than a few doctors, she made the decision to get a bilateral (double) mastectomy, followed by several rounds of chemotherapy.
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Join us for a 2 hr. jam-sesh with Mr. Natural, Dan Farella of Return to Nature, a Wild Plant and Mushroom, Forest Medicine, and Primitive Skills Resource. (www.Returntonature.us) (https://www.facebook.com/ReturntoNatureSkills)
Dan will be discussing the empowering lifestyle choice of providing for one's own food via wild-sourcing and community-supported gardens and agriculture (CSG/CSA). Food Sovereignty IS Food Security. In times such as these, it is important to cultivate such skills so that we can make empowered choices and avoid the culture and industry of sickness and death that undergirds Big Pharma and Big Agro.
Most importantly, Dan will be discussing how to cultivate the kind of sensitivity that allows us to intuitively "tune in" to plant intelligence and the Gaian Mind, allowing us to engage in a form of communication and dialogue with the Plant Kingdom.
Please Share: Food Sovereignty and Return-To-Nature Survivalism w/ Dan Farella
April 17, 2014 Thursday 8-10:00 p.m. call 347-326-9626 or Listen at www.planetgreentrees.com
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-The De-Schedule v. Reschedule Debate
We plan to open up the Debate and discussion of what is the best direction for the medical cannabis and or cannabis reform community regarding Cannabis. What impact will rescheduling have, which schedule is preferred for cannabis. Or should the plant simply be de-scheduled and treated like a potato.
Joining us to enlighten the Debate will be:
Doug McVay, Researcher and Policy Analyst. Doug McVay is also an activist, writer, researcher, and speaker with a long history in drug policy reform. Doug worked for the National Organization for the Reform of Marijuana Laws (NORML) as their Activists/Projects Coordinator from 1987 to 1990. In 1989, he co-founded and began working with the Cannabis Action Network (CAN). He is also A court-qualified expert witness on the subjects of marijuana use, sales and cultivation, Doug has testified in both State and Federal courts in the U.S.
Provisioning Center Advocates Meeting with Michigan State Police to Iron out differences.
Joining us to discuss the meeting, will be Robin Schneider NPRA Legislative Chairwomen, And possibly Ben Horner of CSG. We plan to determine what were the issue discussed and if any progress was made.
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