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Thomas Steenburg: www.sasquatch-bc.com. Thomas is one of the legends in studying and researching the legend of Sasquatch. Thomas has travelled all over the Pacific Northwest of North America, searching for Big Foot. He has also recorded hundreds of encounters from everyday people, and has found thousands of footprints and casted the giant feet. His 30 year quest still isn’t close to being over.
Who says job hunting has to be so hard?
Jeff Altman, The Big Game Hunter has been helping people find work by recruiting, providing great information and coaching without any BS for more than 40 years. He is a LIvePerson job hunting expert.
You can receive a complimentary subscription to No B. S. Job Search Advice Ezine (a $499 value) at www.Jeff Altman.com. While you're there, explore the great content and job search tools to help you find work.
On this show, Jeff will speak about a number of ways to get your foot in the door with a company.
Chronic foot pain can impair your mobility, affect your ability to exercise, and may indicate other medical issues. In this episode, we'll be talking to Dr. Roy Mathews, a podiatrist practicing in Vancouver and New Westminster. With his extensive background in Kinesiology, as well as in amateur and professional sports, Dr. Mathews focuses a large portion of his Podiatric practice on relieving the persistent foot pain of his patients. Dr. Mathews shares his wealth of experience and expertise widely, lecturing regularly to businesses and running clubs across the city, as well as to the Vancouver Sun Run clinics. Tune in to this episode if you have any questions or comments on any of the following foot ailments:
Chronic Lateral Foot Pain
Corns, Warts, or Bunions
Damage to Tendons
As some of you may recall, KaliSara said that she and Stormcrow had been tackling the cleaning and organizing of their home while the Bugs were at their grandparents. That inspired this episode. Cleaning/Cleansing your home and purging your life of unwanted and unneeded things and energies. So, let's start the year out on the right foot and start getting rid of stchuff we don't need!
In this episode RevKess and KaliSara will take a step back to the basics and talk about some of the easy and necessary things to do to protect your home, your person, you family, and your belongings. Along the way they will talk about cleaning/cleansing your home, car, and even work place to make it a safer, happier, healthier place to be. They will also talk about some of the basics of self-care.
Anthony Moffett will join Spaced Out Radio to discuss findings he's logged in regards to Big Foot in the State of Idaho. As part of the Sawtooth National Forest Bigfoot Organization. Anthony has been on the trail of Sasquatch for more than two decades. Anthony uses cameras and eye witness testimony to try and track down the illusive beast that walks the forests across North America.
On this week's ScreenPicks Movie Show, we review four new films. First, we'll discuss the latest remake of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles. Then, we review the new tornado thriller Into the Storm. After that, we review Helen Mirren's new movie The Hundred-Foot Journey. And finally, we'll discuss Daniel Radcliffe's latest effort What If.
Cowabunga! On this weeks' show, Michael Bay and the guy who brought you Battle: Los Angeles try not to ruin your childhood with Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles! Plus, a review of the culinary rom-com The Hundred-Foot Journey starring Helen Mirren, and John Michael McDonagh's dark religious comedy, Calvary.
This plus news on Batman v Superman, a possible female spinoff of The Amazing Spider-Man, and much more!
New beginnings, changes, habits, choices, on and on the list goes. While New Year's resolutions are still very much on our minds, join coaches Barbara Hetzel, Sharissa Sebastian, and Jann Jaffe in the conversation about where to focus and how to make the best choices for your future.
Barbara E. Hetzel is the owner and founder of Ridge Top Coaching, a life and leadership coaching firm that engages leaders and teams in developing and expanding their gifts and talents for the world. As an accomplished professional in the field of training and organizational development, she has over 25 years of experience helping others discover and embrace true calling.
Sharissa Sebastian is a life and leadership coach for women. Her passion is helping women break free from being stuck, overwhelmed, and stressed to live a life of passion, purpose, joy and fulfillment. She worked in the corporate world for over 12 years holding various leadership positions and has always had a desire to help women succeed and live their best life. She currently serves on the board of directors of a wonderful organization called Empowering Women as Leaders (EWL).
Jann Jaffe, a graduate of Northwestern University, is an iPEC Certified Professional Life and Career Coach. A traumatic brain injury cut short her successful career as an international opera and concert singer and drastically altered her life. As THE WHAT’S NEXT COACH, Jann is dedicated to assisting individuals achieve their highest possible level of excellence and effectiveness and specializes in transition coaching for professionals, opera singers, brain injury survivors and their caretakers.
1. Even if you’re not sure you’re cheating, would your partner say you are?
Do you know what your partner’s expectations are? Are those expectations acceptable to you? If not—if you think they’re unreasonable for your present stage in the relationship—the two of you are overdue for a conversation to spell out what you consider appropriate and inappropriate behavior.
2. Are you secretive about seemingly harmless things?
Sometimes we hide things—site memberships, passwords, innocent interactions with attractive colleagues or friends—not because we’re doing anything questionable, but because we want to make things easier on ourselves in case we want to do something questionable in the future. If this sounds familiar, you might not be cheating at the moment, but you’re open to the opportunity. Not a good sign.
3. Are you anticipating the next step?
Even if anyone observing your actions would agree you’re not breaking rules, are you secretly eager to see how the third party responds and what might develop? Every time you interact, are there subtle shifts in how that relationship feels? Is it progressing toward something that is not entirely platonic in nature, and do you find yourself looking forward to each progressive step before it occurs?
4. Would you be uncomfortable if your partner acted the way you do?
A helpful reality check is to turn the situation around and determine if you would get upset if your beloved behaved the same way. If you have a friendship with an opposite-sex co-worker that’s gotten a little too cozy, ask yourself if you’d want your partner to have that kind of workplace relationship.