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  • 01:00

    CloseUp-Letting Go-Featuring Founder/CEO of eWomenNetwork, Sandra Yancey

    in Women

    It's the new year and time to let go of things in your life that are holding you back. eWNRadio Host, Phyllis Smith,  explores the importance of letting go in your professional and personal life with Sandra Yancey, Founder and CEO of eWomenNetwork.. the largest women's business network in North America. Sandra opens up her heart and shares her wisdom from her own personal experience of letting go in her business, friendships and children. This is a must-listen for anyone looking to remove the emotional clutter from their lives and move forward to greater things.

  • 01:00

    CloseUp-Letting Go-Featuring Founder/CEO of eWomenNetwork, Sandra Yancey

    in Self Help

    Letting go is a fact of life. Sometimes letting go is a choice, sometimes it's made for us. In this powerful, candid and emotionally packed interview, Founder and CEO of eWomenNetwork, Sandra Yancey, talks about how letting go in her personal and professional life was the only way for her to grow and succeed as a multi-million dollar entrepreneur. Sandra Yancey dives deep into her soul and shares how she recovered from the tragedy of losing both her father on her 5th birthday and her older brother in her 20's, as well as letting go of motherhood and relationships in her business and personal life. Don't miss this inspiring and heart-felt conversation with one of the leading women entrepreneurs of today.

    What you SEE in the world is what you BE in the world - Sandra Yancey

    Want more of Sandra Yancey? For another MUST LISTEN interview with Sandra Yancey, check out "Entrepreneur Conversations" with Christine Monaghan on eWNRadio Network at http://ewnradionetwork.com/show/entrepreneur-conversations/

  • 01:00

    Idea Success Story & Lessons: Sandra Yancey, Founder & CEO - eWomenNetwork, Inc.

    in Entrepreneur

    The world sees her as the business leader, wife, mother, daughter, friend, and person she is today. Yet she started with, grew, and nurtured an idea she had over a decade ago that started above her garage! Join my conversation with Sandra Yancey, Founder & CEO of eWomenNetwork, as we explore how she took her idea for solving a business challenge & put it into action to become the multi-million dollar enterprise it is today.


  • 00:54

    5 Keys to Unlock the Grip of Grief

    in Motivation

    Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with mother, widow and author Kristi Smith as she shares the story of suddenly losing her husband at the age of 48. Through her grieving process she found that she needed a “how to” book to help her navigate this loss. This led to her writing the book DREAM…a guide to grieving gracefully. Through Kristi’s experience she found there are keys to unlocking the doors that will help you to keep moving through the grief process and to heal. Mandy and Kristi discuss the “5 Keys to Unlock the Grip of Grief” which are the valuable lessons included in Kristi’s book that can help you in finding hope

    Kristi Smith combines 30 years of ministry with a BS in Psychology, so she comes from a solid place of experience and knowledge. She is not shy about sharing poignant words that she knows will help grievers process the pain. She has compiled the 5 most profound lessons in her book, DREAM…a guide to grieving gracefully. You can find her at www.kristismithdreambook.com.

  • 00:56

    How our pets can teach us about love.

    in Motivation

    Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with veterinarian and animal advocate Dr. Linda Bender about the importance of grieving our pets and how they continue to bless our lives even after they pass. Dr. Bender shares the story of losing her precious cat, Wimsey, who she considered to be her best friend for 18 years. Both Mandy and Linda emphasize how important it is to allow yourself to grieve pets, as we do for humans, and to not feel ashamed about it. Linda shares several stories from her collection (one of the largest databases of stories about animals in the world) about how beloved animals have contacted their owners after they pass. She helps people see how these experiences are “normal” and not “paranormal.” She says “grief can motivate us to show up as love in the world.”

    Dr. Linda Bender’s love of the natural world began in her childhood backyard. Her innate rapport with animals inspired her to earn a doctorate in veterinary medicine. During the 14 years she spent living in England, Asia, Africa, and the Middle East, Linda’s veterinary work included the rescue, rehabilitation, and protection of wildlife, often in remote areas.  In 2014 Linda wrote a book called Animal Wisdom: Learning from the Spiritual Lives of Animals (North Atlantic). This book illuminates the undeniable ability for animals to restore our ecological, emotional and spiritual balance.

    Her non-profit, From the Heart, has a mission of recognizing that all creatures have lives of meaning and purpose, and provides support for animals in need and strives to help people understand the natural connection between humans and animals, and the mutual need to protect the Earth we share. To learn more visit her website, www.LindaBender.org

  • 00:50

    How creating from pain can bring hope! (Encore Episode)

    in Motivation

    This episode first aired in August, 2015. It was such a powerful interview that we wanted to air it again. Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with visual artist Gypsy Hundley about how her creative spirit is reflected in her artwork and is her passionate way of serving in the world. Gypsy shares her heart-breaking and inspirational story of having to watch a loved one be sent to prison. From this tragedy she created amazing works of art that helped her, and others, to heal.

    Gypsy Hundley has been painting full time for over 10 years. Her work has been displayed in galleries throughout the nation and purchased from thousands of spirits world wide. Starting out as an outsider/folk artist, Gypsy spent years traveling the unknown roads touring art shows and seeking galleries while living out of her van. Her tenacity to evolve and pursue an art career gave her strength to move forward. Her continual changes in her style has gained respect, recognition and admiration. When she speaks of her art, it is as if she's telling a story of an ancient love she has danced through life with, hand in hand.

    You can find her artwork at www.gypsyhundleygallery.com.

  • 00:30

    Guest Gifts for Attending eWomenNetwork Holiday Extravagaza

    in Spirituality

    GIFTS FOR GUESTS:  Register TODAY for our Exciting Dec. 5 Holiday Extravaganza! 

    THE GIFTS: What will you receive?

          Each guest will be eligible to win a Hilton Gift Certificate (value $ $250).
          Each guest will have their business listed in the Dec. 5 Event Program.
          Each guest will be eligible to WIN a 30 sec. introduction in front of the Dec. 5 event audience.
    Who will WIN!   WIN a FREE vendor table for this event....how? 

    Be among the first 5 guests to respond to this BROADCAST.
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  • 01:01

    You are not only your story. You have choices!

    in Motivation

    Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with pioneer, author and international speaker Dr. Dorothy Martin-Neville about the importance of not allowing our “stories” to be who we are. It is so important to respect our losses by taking the energy of the loss and using it in our lives for good. One way that Dr. Dorothy used the energy of being orphaned until the age of 3, and then living in an abusive household after that, was to pioneer a method of energy medicine that she taught worldwide. They speak about using our stories for fuel in our journey, and how important it is to respond to our losses as opposed to reacting to them. This leads us to finding hope!

    Dorothy A. Martin-Neville, PhD, international keynote speaker, author, mentor/coach, and frequent radio and television guest, has been featured on OWN Network as well as in numerous magazines and newspapers including the New York Times, and the Huffington Post. Dr. Dorothy is President of the National Speakers Association - CT.

    Dr. Dorothy, a psychotherapist, was in practice for over 25 years. As a motivational speaker who lived in an orphanage, was adopted and raised in the housing projects of South Boston in a violent alcoholic home, Dr. Dorothy later became a Catholic nun, an international airline stewardess and so much more. www.askdrdorothy.com.

  • Tips for creating hope by supporting the authenticity in children.

    in Motivation

    Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with author and coach Chris Saade about the importance of supporting the authentic nature of our children. Every child is born with a particular “genius” intelligence and personality. They discuss how a parent’s role is to nuture this genius and to help children learn about themselves. This, in turn, also helps adults learn about their own authenticity. The root of depression is fighting against our authentic nature. What we want to strive for, in our children and in ourselves, is harmony with our authenticity. They also talk about supporting our children’s feelings AND failures. This episode will give you tips for creating harmony and hope!

    Chris Saâde is the co-director of The Olive Branch Center with his wife, Jessie Thompson, where he teaches courses on engaged spirituality. He has lead more than 200 psychological and spiritual retreats, and continues to serve as a personal Coach for individuals and couples. Chris worked as a licensed psychotherapist for 11 years in private practice specializing in depression and life transitions before migrating into the world of coaching, writing and teaching. He has written 2 books, 2nd Wave Spirituality: Passion for Peace, Passion for Justice and Prayers for Peace and Justice and 2 recordings with Andrew Harvey. Find out more at: http://theolivebranchcenter.net/

  • 00:57

    Live from Your Heart

    in Motivation

    Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with marketing/branding specialist and philanthropist Charlie Elberson as he shares the story of how the sudden death of a colleague, who was a young mother, was a pivotal moment in his life that made him ask “am I living from my heart?” This caused a shift in his life as he started using this mantra of “living from the heart” as a compass on his journey. They also talk about how courageous it is to keep your heart open and tie this into Step 2 “Open Your Heart” from the Model of Heart-Centered Grief. During the latter part of the show they also discuss the importance of service and how giving creates and strengthens the human connection.

    Charlie Elberson has the best life ever. A 30-year ad agency veteran, he helps Wray Ward’s clients create brilliant marketing and branding strategies. On top of that for seven years he’s been the Trustee of Reemprise Fund, making game-changing grants for visionary non-profits using a venture philanthropy model. In his free time Charlie plays in a middle-aged cover band, writes and cooks and keeps active at in church. He wears increasingly stronger-but-still-interesting glasses.

  • 01:00

    How loss points us toward our “Calling"

    in Motivation

    Counselor Mandy Eppley speaks with psychologist and coach Dr. Mindy Magrane as she shares her story of getting divorced in her late 20s and how this led her to her “calling” of becoming an psychologist. Mandy and Mindy connect this to Step 3 of the Model of Heart-Centered Grief which is “Initiation.” They also talk about how we can bring ALL of ourselves to our work and our lives. Currently Mindy is in a time in her life of holding the mystery of what is her next calling and she speaks candidly about being in this space and the importance of listening.

    Dr. Mindy Magrane is a psychologist, coach and organizational consultant.  She has over 20 years of experience guiding individuals and organizations towards greater leadership, consciousness, relationships and well-being.  As an executive coach, she empowers leaders to discover and express their authentic leadership voice.  She blends her background in psychology, business and spirituality to help people find and take steps toward opportunities for transformation.  Mindy is a lifelong adventurer into her own wholeness and grateful midwife to the soul.  Her greatest joy is to help others know themselves, bring themselves more fully into being, and make the contributions they are here to make in the world. Mindy can be reached at mmagrane@gmail.com.