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As boomers, many of us are fortunate to have both the time and the resources to travel far more extensively then in our younger years. And there is no better (or more beautifully illustrated) guide out there than the newly published National Geographic’s Four Seasons of Travel.
So plan to join us and meet spokesperson Andrew Evens as he shares some of his top travel tips to make your next adventure even more exciting!
I love Vivaldi's "Four Seasons/" Spring-SUMMER-Fall and Winter.
Hard to believe we're into the waning days of SUMMER but there's still time to love those lazy days and sultry nights. Make the most of what's left of SUMMER, so many ways to make YOUR SUMMER the coolest ever!
August 25th...National Park Service Birthday. Celebrate by visiting a National Park...no entry fee on this day.
Are you a learner...take a cut rate class. Many colleges offer lower tuitions for summer courses.
Are you a fitness buff...a fashionista....
Do you love to travel...etc.
Soak up the mid-night sun in...etc.
Take a train ride...etc.
Explore the wilderness...etc.
Dance with the stars...etc.
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The end of the summer brings the reality of less daylight and that "back to the grind" thinking that can derail even the most positive individual. Join Barbara Hetzel, Veronica Taylor, and Dexter Cicero in the conversation about how to understand your own seasons of life and navigate the changes that happen to all of us. Show time is 12:00 PM EST/9:00 AM PST.
Barbara E. Hetzel, MA, CPC is the owner and founder of Ridge Top Coaching LLC, 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.
Veronica Taylor is a Leadership Coach, ELI-MP, and a CPC. As the founder of Life Leaders Coaching, she's designed a 3-step coaching process: Discover, Grow, and Sustain; which supports clients through leadership transformation in order to ensure long-term success in all aspects of life. With experience working in a global environment, Veronica is a fluent Spanish-speaker who approaches coaching from a global perspective and often integrates the Buddhist practice of mindfulness in her work.
It is a special weekend edition of the Bedford & Sullivan research process, as we welcome back retired SF State Lecturer Svein Arber to the program.
Svein, along with co-writer Ford Hovis, wrote a novel in the 1970's under the pen name "Damon Rice" titled "Seasons Past." The book details the lives of three generations of the Rice family as they make their way through New York baseball history, from the late-1850's through the Dodgers and Giants exit.
There is so much to cover, so on this episode, we will start with the first generation of Fletcher Rice, as he gets entangled in the black mark of the early part of baseball's history: gambling.
So, join us at 12PM ET for the latest edition of the Bedford & Sullivan podcast!
After a short hiatus, NVT is back to bring it! Join The Saint and The Collective as they just kick off the first solo show of the season. Some music, some news, and some new updates and going ons with the Four Aces Network and some of the gripes of the world.
This week we will be revisiting how the Reiki Precepts, much like the modern day The Four Agreements. written by don Miguel Ruiz, can assist and guide us to personal freedom and thereby improve our lives.