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Talking about the 2013 FIERCE awards presented by Kingsway Mall that were held on Oct. 28 at the Mayfield Theatre in Edmonton!! The energy! The excitement! The tears!! The surprises!!!
It was another night of empowerment, cheers and the most inspirational night of the YEAR!!! Join founder/producer Tamara Plant for a recap of the event and hear what we've got planned for the 5th anniversary!
The week has shifted from attacking Miley and her tongue-wagging ways to commenting on Elle Magazine's decision to put a coat-covered Melissa McCarthy on their fall cover. The outrage!!
Tamara will be discussing why it's important NOT to jump on the drama of the week and to stay focused on things that matter.
PLUS 'Twas the week before FIERCE... 10 days until the FIERCE awards!!
Florence Henderson, our favorite TV mom of all time, is returning to Feisty Side of Fifty Radio to share more about her life, her career and her outlook on aging with attitude. Always one to stretch herself, Florence has penned her autobiography, Life is Not a Stage: From Broadway Baby to a Lovely Lady and Beyond, strutted her stuff on Dancing With the Stars, competed on Rachael vs. Guy Celebrity Cook-Off, hosted numerous shows for RLTV and dedicated her time and resources to her favorite charities.
How does she do it? Let’s find out from this feisty lady herself. Believe me, you won’t want to miss this one!
Ana Forrest is an internationally-recognized pioneer in yoga and emotional healing, a Medicine Woman, the creatrix of Forrest Yoga and author of the highly-acclaimed book, Fierce Medicine: Breakthrough Practices to Heal the Body and Ignite the Spirit. [Hyperlink for Fierce Medicine: http://www.amazon.com/Fierce-Medicine-Breakthrough-Practices-Ignite/dp/0061864250]
Ana teaches yoga from an intuitive and highly-developed understanding of the human body and psyche. Native American Medicine and the clinical application of healing modalities—including homeopathic and naturopathic remedies, anatomy, reflexology, pressure point therapy, craniosacral therapies, Shiatsu, chiropractic, polarity and hands on healing—always inform her work.
Ana is a certified regression therapist, Reiki Master, ordained practitioner of Native American Medicine and consultant to a number of education and research bodies, including: F.A.R.E. Play (Foundation for Athletic Research and Education) and The University of Bridgeport College of Chiropractic. She received a Los Angeles Mayoral Commendation for her outstanding teaching and healing work in the community — the first time a major US city bestowed such an honor on a yogi or yogini!
It's our first official radio show! Join FIERCE founder Tamara Plant and 2012 EMPOWER winner Tracy Zala as we chat about the upcoming FIERCE awards (Oct. 28 in Edmonton), what it means to be FIERCE, and what to expect this year at the event!
Join us for 30 minutes of awesome!
Do you believe that everything is possible at any age? Barbara Rose Brooker does and she's on a mission to spread the word that women of maturity can truly have it all. Barbara is an artist, author and activist who’s a real role model for living fully and feistily after fifty!
Join Barbara as she shares from her latest book, Should I Sleep in His Dead Wife’s Bed? You can tell from the title that this is one fun and fabulous read! And believe me… you won’t want to miss this spirited and spicy conversation!
in Self Help
Join Jodie and Lena for an inspiring conversation on Jodie's own journey, and tools and practices on how we can cultivate fierce self-love into our own lives!
I'm excited to share with you both my personal story and my expertise as a mindfulness-based psychotherapist. By understanding some of the internal shifts I took towards self love, why I think it’s important for women to be fierce about it, and how it can help ground you in your purpose, values, needs, and boundaries, you can begin to build self love skills in your own life. I’ll share four emotional mindfulness tools and practices in the hope that they inspire you on your journey.
Jodie Stein, MFT is a San Francisco based therapist helping women in transition to be fierce about loving themselves. She offers an attachment focused, mindfulness based approach to psychotherapy and is trained in EMDR. She enjoys working with women struggling with relationship, career, life purpose, and family of origin transitions, anxiety, and the impact of trauma. In addition, she helps couples prepare for the transition of marriage, facilitates a therapy group for women in the separation/divorce process, and is currently planning The Love Yourself Project, a new workshop for women recovering from a break-up who want to develop tools for inner resilience, grow community, and make an impact on others. For more information please contact Jodie at www.jodiestein.com
Ryan Corn might not identify himself as a craftsman, even though he’s recently taken up the hobby of woodworking, but the Cape Girardeau, Missouri, native approaches everything he does—performing,
production, audio engineering, and especially songwriting—with the same care and attention to detail as a master carpenter. Not surprising then, Wonderful Things is jam-packed with such offerings. Tracks such as R&B infused, “It’ll Be Alright,” burst with soul and emotion, a homage to one of the many genres Corn has been influenced by. Such original tunes as “Burst,” “The Only Good,” and “Always You” will surely find listeners in every format.
To listen to the songs of Marie Miller is to know this impressive new Curb artist, a triple-threat talent — singer, songwriter, and instrumentalist — who’s poised to become one of the breakout stars of 2013. Just as Miller insists on writing from true experience, her music blurs the lines in defining her style. She aims only for the right musical bed for her lyrics, crafting songs that appeal across many genres. Such original tunes as “You’re Not Alone,” “To Be Loved,” “Unconscious,” “Fall Alone,” and “6-2” will likely find listeners in every format from Triple A, Americana, front porch folk to nuegrass to country and classic pop. Growing up in the Shenandoah Valley area of Virginia, the third of ten children, Miller began singing at the age of seven. At “the ripe old age of twelve,” she joined her family band, playing festivals and churches, and trading off lead and harmony vocals in duets with her sister Justina, with whom she was billed as the Miller Sisters. Their parents backed them up on guitar and upright bass, as Marie played mandolin, guitar, and eventually bouzouki.
Time away from the spotlight can be a bad thing.
But for Chrisette Michele, it was a necessary thing. Without the break, there is a strong possibility she wouldn’t be sitting in her Williamsburg apartment on a crisp morning, excitedly talking about her brand new album, Better.
To say the album title is fitting would be an understatement. Chrisette is giddy and proud to share the name of her fourth album with anyone who asks if only because she is a living embodiment of the word. “I’ve sang a lot of broken-hearted love songs because I had a broken heart from love,” says Chrisette. “I began to write a little bit darker. And for me, dark just means a song that doesn’t have a happy ending.”
On Better, even when Chrisette is laying her heart out on a table, she sounds confident and composed. Whether it’s the emotional Prince-like balladry of “You Mean That Much To Me” or the stern warning of “Snow,” Chrisette sounds independent and resolute. Even on “Soopa” a song where she explains to her lover that she won’t always be the perfect woman, Chrisette isn’t apologizing for her flaws as much she’s telling him, take it or leave it, and if you leave it, that’s okay.
Baby boomers grew up on Superman’s famous phrase, “Truth, justice and the American Way!” Sadly, as a generation, we’ve seen these ideals trampled more than once. Therefore, if you’d like to hear an uplifting story that would do Superman proud, you will want to listen to the inspiring account of John Bassett III.
Join Beth Macy as she shares all about her debut book, Factory Man, and learn how furniture maker, John Bassett, battled the trend towards off-shoring, stayed local and helped to save the jobs of hundreds of employees.
If you’re looking for a great read that weaves fascinating characters, an exotic locale, and a spellbinding story together with the adventures of a spunky, midlife protagonist, you’re in for a real treat. Betsy Woodman, author of Jana Bibi’s Excellent Fortunes and Love Potion Number 10 is joining us to tell all about her third novel in this delightful series. Emeralds Included has Jana focusing on motherhood as she prepares for her son’s upcoming nuptials… and you know from previous adventures, there will be plenty of unexpected twists and turns for Jana!
Betsy will share her thoughts on bidding the delightful Jana farewell as well as what she learned from her latest trip to India. You won’t want to miss this sure-to-be fascinating conversation with the ever-charming Betsy Woodman!
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