• 00:43

    Kiss Burnout GoodBye with Jeanell Innerarity

    in Self Help

    Have you ever struggled with Burn Out in your career, or in life?


    Would you rather feel fired up?


    Please join me for my interview with Jeannell Innerarity. We're going to be discussing this subject that's near and dear to both our hearts. My tagline is Take the Big Leap from Burned Out to Fired Up and Jeannell is the host of her summit Kiss Burnout Goodbye. Please go to www.KissBurnoutGoodbye.com that takes place October 6th - October 26th. I have the honor of being one of her interviews on October 15th. To learn more, listen to our show. 


    "Jeanell Innerarity is an intense, weird, vivacious, buoyant, no-nonsense Mother-Earth goddess who has never been good at working jobs she hated. She specializes in helping ordinary folks get in touch with, clear blocks to, and manifest their own extraordinary dreams. Whether working with Jeanell in the fields of coaching, yoga, somatic awareness, nature connection, or hypnotherapy, clients describe feeling accepted and able to relax in her presence. In 2014, she was a featured speaker (on the subject of burnout) at the international, sold out, Women’s Leadership Summit at the historic Asilomar Conference Grounds in Pacific Grove, California."


    To Sign Up for the Summit Click on: http://www.KissBurnoutGoodbye.com?ap_id=mjmurph29


     

  • 00:41

    Talking with Michael Thal author of Goodbye Tchaikovsky

    in Lifestyle

    We are joined by Michael Thal retired from his teaching job when he was 51 years old due to a severe hearing loss. Rather than give up on life, he pursued a new career as a writer. Since 2001 he’s penned 3 published novels with a new one coming out this fall. He’s also written over 80 published articles for print magazines like Highlights for Children, San Diego Family Magazine, and Writer's Digest, to name a few.


    Michael was inspired to write Goodbye Tchaikovsky due to a severe hearing loss at the age of 44. He left his job as a tenured sixth grade teacher seven years later because he couldn’t understand his students. Michael wrote Goodbye Tchaikovsky wondering what it would have been like if his hearing dropped out as a teen.


    Goodbye Tchaikovsky is not just a novel about main character, David Rothman’s experience of transitioning between a hearing and deaf world. It is an emotional autobiography of hearing loss. Deafness is an unseen disability. We know a man is blind by the cane he uses to guide his walk. Her wheelchair easily identifies a disabled woman with Cerebral Palsy. Deaf people have to continuously remind others to talk slow so deaf people have a chance to understand their speech. Deaf are alone in crowds. They are isolated at parties. David’s story brings this conundrum alive to its readers.


    Approximately (36 million) American adults report some degree of hearing loss. About 2-3 out of every 1,000 children born in the U S are born deaf or hard-of-hearing. The National Institute on Health estimates that approximately 15 percent (26 million) of Americans between the ages of 20 and 69 have high frequency hearing loss due to exposure to loud sounds or noise at work or in leisure activities. There are 4,000 new cases of sudden deafness occur each year in the United States. Yet deafness is the only disabilty where people get mad at the deaf

  • 02:01

    GOODBYE SHOW

    in Radio

    SAYING GOODBYE AND HELLO LOOKING FOREWARD TO A NEW BEGAINING  

  • 00:40

    Goodbye BoardWalk Empire

    in Comedy

    It's time to say goodbye to Nucky and Boardwalk Empire forever. We also talk about our new favorite show, American Horror Story. The Walking Dead was good and bloody but is Homeland starting to stink already? Joe Harary from the new podcast Your Mother's Basement stops by.

  • 00:20

    Seasons and Reasons: The Gift of Goodbye

    in Self Help

    Fall is here! How fitting that this month's series is about Seasons and Reasons. One thing that is for sure is that seasons change. Whether we change with them or not, they will move on without us. We can prepare as much as we like, but what happens when the season doesn't look the way that we hoped it would? What happens when all of your sowing appears that it hasn't paid off? What if you weren't quite ready to move on?


    We're going to through Ruth chapter 3 verses 1 today, and we'll take a look at the lessons that Naomi teaches us about knowing when to let go, and appreciating the gift of goodbye.


    Get your pens, pads, and laptops ready!


    Arianne

  • 02:33

    "How to Avoid Playing the Goodbye Game"

    in Radio

     


    Meet someone, fall in 'love', argue, break up, have SEX, get back together...and then do it all over again...and again...and again. If you've ever tried to leave a toxic, dead end, non committal relationship that clearly wasn't of God...tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" tonight at 9:00pm EST for a rebroadcast of my special on "Goodbye Game 2014...How to Leave & Stay Gone". To hear exactly how to not only walk away...but to stay gone, call 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com.... "Real Radio that Matters".

  • 02:33

    "GoodBye Game 2014"- Rebroadcast

    in Radio

     


    Meet someone, fall in 'love', argue, break up, have SEX, get back together...and then do it all over again...and again...and again. If you've ever tried to leave a toxic, dead end, non commiitmal relationship that clearly wasnt of God...tune into "The Dedan Tolbert Show" tonight at 9:00pm EST for a rebroadcast of my special on "How to Avoid Playing the GoodBye Game, 2014". To hear exactly how to not only walk away...but to stay gone, call 646 200 0366 or listen online worldwide at www.dedantolbertshow.com.... "Real Radio that Matters".

  • 00:31

    Finishers Say Goodbye

    in Self Help

    In today's show, Dr. Pam Love, founder of the Finishers Network and the leading expert on the Science of Finishing will share with you an inspiring message from the theme "Finishers Say Goodbye".  Dr. Pam will tell you how to say goodbye to some people and things that are keeping you from moving forward to FINISH some things you are supposed to FINISH.


    If you're ready to move forward or if you're feeling stuck, tune in and be empowered, be inspired, and get in position to cross the FINISH line!

  • 01:03

    The Art of Goodbye

    in Spirituality

    Throughout the journey of life we are all familar with goodbye's.  So often we take these endings very personally as if to see something wrong with us because soemone doesn't want to be in our life.  But in a Law of Attraction Universe the conversation is more about vibrational pairing than who likes you and who doesn't.  In our show we'll be discussing the "behind the scenes" energy of love, loss and moving on.

  • 00:41

    A chat with Michael Thal, author of Goodbye Tchaikovsky

    in Lifestyle

    We are joined by Michael Thal retired from his teaching job when he was 51 years old due to a severe hearing loss. Rather than give up on life, he pursued a new career as a writer. Since 2001 he’s penned 3 published novels with a new one coming out this fall. He’s also written over 80 published articles for print magazines like Highlights for Children, San Diego Family Magazine, and Writer's Digest, to name a few.


    Michael was inspired to write Goodbye Tchaikovsky due to a severe hearing loss at the age of 44. He left his job as a tenured sixth grade teacher seven years later because he couldn’t understand his students. Michael wrote Goodbye Tchaikovsky wondering what it would have been like if his hearing dropped out as a teen.


    Goodbye Tchaikovsky is not just a novel about main character, David Rothman’s experience of transitioning between a hearing and deaf world. It is an emotional autobiography of hearing loss. Deafness is an unseen disability. We know a man is blind by the cane he uses to guide his walk. Her wheelchair easily identifies a disabled woman with Cerebral Palsy. Deaf people have to continuously remind others to talk slow so deaf people have a chance to understand their speech. Deaf are alone in crowds. They are isolated at parties. David’s story brings this conundrum alive to its readers.


    Approximately (36 million) American adults report some degree of hearing loss. About 2-3 out of every 1,000 children born in the U S are born deaf or hard-of-hearing. The National Institute on Health estimates that approximately 15 percent (26 million) of Americans between the ages of 20 and 69 have high frequency hearing loss due to exposure to loud sounds or noise at work or in leisure activities. There are 4,000 new cases of sudden deafness occur each year in the United States. Yet deafness is the only disabilty where people get mad at the deaf

  • 00:17

    Goodbye Disbelief - Life Touch

    in Christianity

    B.L.I.F. Network presents Life Touch with our host Evangelist Owen Bruce.   Our Life Touch broadcasts are designed to be a devotional time where those who tune in can receive a touch from God through prayer and the Word of God.  This episode we will read and base our prayer on John 20:24-31.  There are times that we can struggle with doubt and disbelief, but God is so compassionate that He confronts our disbelief with the truth of who He is.  For when God reveals Himself to you, you can say,  "Goodbye disbelief!"


    "But these are written, that ye might believe that Jesus is the Christ, the Son of God; and that believing ye might have life through his name." (John 20:31, ESV)

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