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  • 01:01

    Is FINE a four letter word?

    in Spirituality

    Fine can be a four letter word.  How often do you say you are fine when you are not.  How often do you say a situation is fine when it is not.  how often do you say FINE! I will do it when in reality you want to use another f-word.  How often do we say to ourselves things are fine, I do not need to pursue my dreams because everything is fine and I should be grateful and pursuing my dreams will upset other people and who am I to want more, there are starving people in the world and I have a nice house and family and... and... and....if you read that last run on sentence as monkey chatter then you got the energy I was sending.  


    Are you really FINE?  or are you avoiding baby steps or  leaps of faith to move forward from fine to fantastic? 


    Settling for FINE can be self sabatoge.  Notice how often the word fine is code for things not being fine at all. 


    The ever fabulous better than fine Virginia Blank is joining me for this topic. 

  • 00:03

    A Beauty Talk Classic: Beauty Talk with Sam Fine

    in Blogs

    Hey beauties we are taking a much needed break, so tune in to Beauty Talk tonight for a Beauty Talk Classic..... "Beauty Talk with Sam Fine"...This was our first interview with Sam back in 2009.  Enjoy and join us again next Sunday at 9pm EST

  • 00:45

    DuB WyZe TaLk with KATIE FLOWERS-FINE ARTIST May 19th 8pm

    in Culture

    PEACE AND GREETINGS DWT FAMILY.  WE ARE HIGHLY HONORED TO HAVE AS A SPECIAL GUEST  THE LOVELY AND TALENTED KATIE FLOWERS FINE ARTIS

  • 01:02

    Fine Art of Paleontology - Stalked Echinoderms

    in Education

    On Monday April 27th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join us on The Fine Art of Paleontology as New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss the stalked echinoderms in the fossil record. Crinoids, cystoids and blastoids are very common is some deposits. Only the crinoids are still living today, both the blastoids and cystoids are extinct. So many fascinatings things are now extinct. This will be a fascinating discussion please tune in.


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  • 00:31

    CUTV News Radio spotlights Jodie Jensen of Like Fine Wine

    in Self Help

    Overland Park, KS – We all seek meaning and self-fulfillment as we enter our prime years, wondering what the next phase in our life will be. But life does improve with age – and we have the tools to make it happen.


    Jodie Jensen is a certified professional coach and the founder of Like Fine Wine, where she specializes in working with women intent on creating change in their personal and professional lives. Like Fine Wine offers both group and one-on-one coaching to overcome limiting beliefs and develop the talents, strengths and skills to reach your full potential.


    “You have to squeeze the juice out of life. You’re withering on the vine,” says Jodie. “Like fine wine, women improve with age. So what can I do to empower and support you to become your best self?”


    And Like Fine Wine Women are women of action! What they all share is the wisdom and confidence that comes with self-exploration. Like Fine Wine master mind groups and group coaching experiences offer women an opportunity to share feelings, strategies, tips and tricks to ensure that our lives are emotionally and physically fulfilling.


    “A coach is like having a personal trainer,” explains Jodie. “Without someone to spot them or mirror back best form, becoming their best self is not something they are likely to achieve on their own. I see people who are already healthy and whole and take them to the next level.”


    For more information on Like Fine Wine, visit http://www.likefinewine.com

  • 01:02

    The Fine Art of Paleontology - Allosaurus

    in Education

    On Monday May 18th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst,  join New Mexico Museum of Natural History research paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss the largest predator of the Jurassic Period, Allosaurus on this species profile. Find out more about this amazing creature on our next show. 


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  • 01:03

    Fine Art of Paleontology - Paleozoic Bioherms or Reef Complexes

    in Education

    On Monday April 19th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, join New Mexico Museum of Natural History field paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss the Paleozoic bioherms or reef complexes on the next Fine Art of Paleontology. These interesting structures built by living organisms show the amazing and wonderful diversity of life that lived in them. Today's Great Barrier Reef is a modern bioherm that has an amazing diversity of life. Join Ken and Ken to learn more about these interesting structures.


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  • 01:01

    Fine Art of Paleontology - Therapsids

    in Education

    On Monday May 4th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst,  join New Mexico Museum of Natural History research paleontologist Ken McKeighen and Ken Boorman as they discuss the Therapsids, a group of late Paleozoic to early Mesozoic reptiles that gave rise to the mammals. These reptiles were the dominate predators that ruled the Upper Permian and Lower Triassic periods. Tune in as we learn about these amazing animals that are the predecessors to mammals.


     


    http://www.naturestalkshow.com/


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  • 00:45

    The Power of Belief with Dr John McGrail

    in Self Help

    When broken down to their essence, beliefs are little more than thoughts that have gained power through repetition. But they can become incredibly powerful, highly influential forces in our lives. They direct the course of our lives whether or not we are conscious of them.


    Beliefs may be individually based or passed to us through our families, environments, cultures, or media. However the belief is formed, once it is in place, whether fact, fiction or otherwise, it frames the perception of truth, and the perception of truth then determines one's reality in a given moment, a particular time period, or even for a lifetime. We can spend entire lifetimes with beliefs that are contrary to our desired state of being, never understanding the tremendous impact they have on our general well-being and happiness.


    My special guest today, John McGrail, Ph.D., author of the book The Synthesis Effect says, "Our beliefs once formed, become the bedrock of our behavior." He is here today to help us understand how our beliefs shape our experience of life and how we can change them to best benefit us.


    Dr. McGrail, the creator of the McGrail Method of Quantum Synthesis is a renowned hypnotherapist, self-improvement expert, spiritual teacher and popular radio and television guest.This is his second guest appearance on A Fine Time for Healing. Listen to his March 13, 2015 show.


    To learn more about John McGrail, Ph.D., please visit http://www.drjohnmcgrail.com 


     

  • 00:56

    Mighty-Fine Trailblazers Trailride

    in Social Networking

    Mighty Fine Trailblazers we are on our way. If you are at Mighty Fine ride we are on our way.

  • 01:08

    Fine Art of Paleontology – Paleo Joe

    in Education

    On Wednesday March 11th at 8pm est, 7pm cst and 5pm pst, please join hosts Ken McKeighen (field researcher for the New Mexico Museum of Natural History) and Ken Boorman as theywelcome the return of Paleo Joe to the show. They will talk about new projects and some great paleontology. Paleo Joe is a Paleontologist, Author, Storyteller, Museum Exhibit Developer among many other things. Please check out Paleo Joes website to find out what he will be doing this Spring.


    http://www.naturestalkshow.com/


    http://www.paleojoe.com/


    http://www.blogtalkradio.com/naturestalkshow/2015/03/10/fine-art-of-paleontology–paleo-joe

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