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Michael Pfeiffer, Executive Director for Habitat for Humanity, Nassau County, NY and I will be discussing nothing but actionable ideas on this program. How can you and why would you want to assist Habitat for Humanity? There are a lot more reasons than you thought.
A world where everyone has a decent place to live.
United in Mission
Seeking to put God’s love into action, Habitat for Humanity brings people together to build homes, communities and hope.
An estimated 5.4 million American households face worst-case housing needs, according to the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development. Receiving little or no government housing assistance, these families are unable to find a decent place to live at a price they can afford to pay.
Strategies of Succces
Host Brian A Cohen DTM
Three actionable ideas any small business owner can use. Our guests come from different places but they all share the goal of developing the right Strategies of Success for them. Your takeaway is to use these actionable ideas and make them into yours.
Recent research findings indicate that older adults with hearing loss are more likely to develop problems thinking and remembering than older adults whose hearing is normal. It has been reported that as many as 27 million Americans over age 50, including two-thirds of men and women aged 70 years and older, suffer from some form of hearing loss. According to the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, close to 8 million people between the ages of 18 and 44 have hearing loss. A study last year from Johns Hopkins University and the National Institute on Aging reported that people with hearing loss have accelerated brain tissue loss, possibly contributing to a decline in memory and other cognitive function.
Also of concern is the fact that only 15 percent of those who need a hearing aid get one, leaving much of the problem and its consequences untreated. Diminished hearing can impact can impact conversation with family members and health care professionals, but what if untreated hearing loss could also impact the diagnosis of dementia?
Join my guest, Dr Lindsey Jorgensen, Audiologist, and Assistant Professor Communication Sciences & Disorders, College of Arts & Sciences, University of South Dakota, as we discuss hearing, cognition, and communication. To learn more about speech, language and hearing health or to locate an audiolgist or speech-language pathologist, visit: www.asha.org
Listen, learn, and join the discussion. Call toll free: (888) 787-5265 or SKYPE
You may feel like you've lost your purpose, vision and way in life when going through the loss of a job. And yes, at times its just down right painful because you can no longer support your family, provide for them or yourself. You constantly take a beating physically, emotionally, psychalogically and of course spiritually. So how can we face this battle in our lives with great faith and understand that God has us here for a purpose, perhaps the most important......to keep our eyes focused on him. Maybe its time for a reshifting of our goals, purpose and vision to get on the right path God has designed for us, and use our umemployment as an opportunity to draw closer to Him.
in Weight Loss
In today's episode, host Jerome Armstrong finishes up on Weight Training and talks about cardiovascular training for fat loss.
Don't forget to sign up for our weekly newsletter at FiveSevenTraining.com to get your two free eBooks "The top 10 diet/exercise mistakes YOU are making" and "top 10 things your fitness "guru" ISN'T telling you"
in Self Help
The topic for this show is the link between loss and depression. Benjamin and Deborah will discuss ways to ask for help when loss seems overwhelming.
Benjamin is the author of Out of the Ashes, Healing in the AfterLoss. This book is about profound loss and forging a new path after his loved ones died.
Loss is a part of life, and we all deal it differently. When we give ourselves permission to lean into loss, this unique process of healing finds its own time and rhythm.
There are parts of the Afterloss that only you know and only you can travel, but every one who has experienced loss in one form or another knows the path has many footprints that can lead us into healing. We are not alone.
Your hosts Benjamin Allen and Deborah Brown will share their journeys through grief into healing and create a container for others to explore, define and lean into loss of all kinds.
We meet here and now on the path to the rest of our lives, at the intersection of Loss and Hope ... may we all be blessed by sharing what we have lived and learned.
Healing from Relationship loss- Arch Angels step in
in Weight Loss
3rd and final episode in the Forgiveness series
When you catch hold of a desire, everything about it feels urgent! You are filled with passion and energy and exuberance as you move the desire into manifestation. Except, when it comes to weight loss. The desire to release excess weight often comes with it's own heaviness. The road ahead can look long and dreary. Every failed weight loss effort for you (and perhaps everyone you know) weighs heavy in your heart. But the desire for a greater expression of health will not leave you.
Stop trying to suppress the desire. Delay your victory no further! You can accelerate your efforts to release weight through forgiveness. Unforgiveness is an energy block. Let's discuss practical techniques that you can employ immediately to unblock the flow of energy and accelerate your weight loss. Tune in on Saturday at 9am Pacific and please spread the word!
Portion control is an important concept when you're trying to lose weight and keep it off. But you don't need to memorize a food list or carry around measuring cups to get a better handle on serving sizes. Instead, use common visual cues to remind yourself of appropriate serving sizes. How? Many foods match up to everyday objects.
For example, a medium pepper is about the size of a baseball and equals one vegetable serving. While not all foods perfectly match visual cues, this method can help you better judge serving sizes and practice portion control, which may help with weight loss.
If you think the servings seem small, don't panic. Remember that you can eat multiple servings every day from each food group.
A 2.5-ounce piece of cooked skinless chicken is about the same size as two-thirds of a deck of cards and equals one protein/dairy serving, or about 110 calories. The same is true for a 2-ounce patty of cooked lean hamburger, which equals one serving and has about 110 calories.
Other protein/dairy servings
1 serving (110 calories)Baked beans, canned
1 wholeFish (haddock), grilled or broiled
3 ouncesPork sausage, smoked
2 small linksTofu, firm or silken soft
2 slices (1-inch width)
One of the hardest things to do while on your weight loss journey is to stay motivated to keep going. Sometimes its the day, sometimes its the food, sometimes its just YOU, but you want to quit, you want to stop, but if you do all your hard work will go to waist.
Tune in today and find out 5 Strategies that I KNOW will not only help you stay on track today, but will also help you keep the body you just worked so hard to get. No one said it was going to be easy, but we ALL say it WILL be worth it!
Breaking Out of the Matrix - PART 1: Love, Loss, Death, Pain, & Healing In today's broadcast we are joined once again by guest Les Carlsen, lead vocalist of the band Bloodgood. Les shares his incredible and tragic story of dealing with the death of his son. Listen to this story as we discuss what it means to lose a loved one, as well as the pain and grief associated with such loss. Tragedy, death, pain, and loss in life is inevitable. Many never fully recover from such events. However, there is hope in the fact that there IS healing, restoration, and reconciliation, and full recovery as we look for and find that healing in the right place...