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Speaker Topic - Living in Courage Debra Oakland is the Founder of Living in Courage - A Spiritual Oasis For Overcoming Life's Biggest Challenges. In 1995 Debra lost her son in a car accident and began her life altering path, becoming a writer, courage advocate and joyful experiencer. The loss of other immediate family members and friends, in a short six years, led Debra even deeper into her inner path. She now writes, speaks and works with Universal Laws & Principles that assist o
“Love doesn't sit there like a stone, it has to be made, like bread: remade all the time, made new.” ~ Og Mandino Debra Oakland joins host Ande Lyons to share their best ingredients for keeping a relationship loving and lasting! Debra is the Founder of Living in Courage – A Spiritual Oasis For Overcoming Life’s Biggest Challenges. In 1995 Debra lost her son in a car accident and began her life altering path, becoming a writer, courage advocate and joyful experience
Wes, Adam, and the returning Nick Clementi cover the week that was in A's baseball.
First we talk about Jeff Samardzija's debut as an Oakland A.
Then at 8:40 we talk about the 6 A's who were named to the All-Star team
At 9, we start our Battle of the Bay Preview.
And then at 9:30 we start our free forum where you decide the topic.
Our topic for today's show will be living in courage. I'll be playing a song titled "Feeling Numb" by my son, Zander DeNador, during the show. The song is about how we feel numb unless we are willing to take some risks. It is when we are willing to move through our fear of what is next that we feel fully alive and are able to feel the joy of living with courage. My guest for the show is Debra Oakland who is the Founder of Living in Courage – A Spiritual Oasis For Overc
We're baseball writers, so we can't resist talking about the week's big trades, as Oakland and Chicago have made a blockbuster deal, and Arizona has, well, I'm not sure what they just did.
Plus, our hosts are talking about the worst players in baseball. How did we get to this point? What's wrong with these players? How can they come back to mediocrity? Neil, Bryan, and Stu are asking the tough questions!
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For over 30 years, Debra Poneman, a pioneer in the world of personal growth, taught principles of success that transformed the lives of tens of thousands of people around the world creating millionaires, billionaires, and household names. And then one day, she asked herself: But are these people really happy?
The answer she received lead her to search for the truth behind happiness During this interview, Debra will share her amazing discovery of how it is not only possible for you to be happy, but it is possible for you to move beyond happy to live a life that is truly miraculous.
In this interview, you will:
~Hear what researchers have discovered happens when you don’t make your dreams come true
~Understand why obstacles are your greatest allies
~Discover the simple shifts you can make so that happiness is effortless – no matter what is currently going on in your life
~Learn how to make miracles the order of the day - every day
Cindy and Linda are delighted to welcome her back to the show. Learn more about Debra and her amazing work by visiting her website at: www.yestosuccess.com
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Join host Elizabeth with guest Debra Oakland. Debra is a Founder of Living in Courage at http://www.livingincourageonline.com/ Debra was one of the 45+ featured speakers and expert on The Motivation Marathon, Jan 14-22, 2012. at http://www.motivationmarathon.com Over a six year period Debra lost several people close to her and instead of giving up she decided to live her life in courage. Encourage. Live in Courage. Live an incredible Journey.
As we await the Supreme Court decision about Sebelius v. Hobby Lobby Stores, Inc. and Conestoga Wood Specialties v. Sebelius, this is a great to listen to a rebroadcast of an interview with Rev. Debra Haffner. Rev Debra Haffner stands for religious liberty and the right of women to make thoughtful decisions about whether and when to use contraception.
The Reverend Debra W. Haffner is Co-founder and President of Religious Institute, Inc. An ordained Unitarian Universalist minister. Founded in 2001, the Religious Institute is a multifaith organization dedicated to advocating for sexual health, education, and justice in faith communities and society. The Religious Institute has emerged as the national leadership organization working at the intersection of sexuality and religion. On March 25th in Washington, DC the Religious Institute joined with other faith organizations to raise a faithful voice in support of equitable access to affordable birth control before oral arguments in the historic Supreme Court case regarding the Affordable Care Act’s contraceptive coverage rule. Following the faith rally, groups marched to the court.
Rev. Haffner is the author of From Diapers to Dating: A Parent’s Guide to Raising Sexually Healthy Children and other books.
Religious Institute Website: http://www.facebook.com/ReligiousInstitute
Debra Oakland and soon-to-be author, became a courage advocate lending support to those experiencing loss in their life. Whether that loss is physical, spiritual or emotional in nature, people need an advocate who understands the pain they are going through. Losing someone or something you love is a raw experience, taking you through depths of emotions you may not be familiar with. In this interview, Debra shares her journey of deep loss, and how she came through it, being able to access joy, love and the ability to survive and live life fully again. She'll share the core principles that embody this journey, and how you can emerge from that despondent, dark place, back into a loving, engaged and joyful life again. You get to be the catalyst of your own journey, as you start to incorporate Debra's teachings. Don't miss this show - it's a life changer. Schedule a reminder by clicking on the reminder/clock icon at the top of the page.
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