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The Halifax Mooseheads look to extend their undefeated playoff run tonight in Gatineau! Moose lead the series 2-0!
Today on AHR radio paul shaheen takes a look at Halifax's thrilling 6-4 Memorial Cup championship game victory over Portland on Sunday in Saskatoon.
in Self Help
Halifax, Nova Scotia - Have you ever created a strategic plan and not followed through? Set a goal you didn’t meet? Broken a New Year’s Resolution?
Most change efforts fail - whether in the corporate world or in our personal lives. For many people change, or the prospect of change, is daunting.
It doesn’t have to be like that, says Faythe Buchanan, founder of Painless Change Management. According to Faythe there are good reasons why we find change difficult - and specific strategies that can make change easy.
“People come wanting to make change. But they don’t believe it’s going to happen. It’s really fun to watch my clients change, and change easily, especially when they never thought it was possible.”
For more than 20 years Faythe has helped individuals and companies achieve the change they desire. She teaches strategies for making change easy through coaching, training, keynotes and writing.
“What people come away with is an immense sense of hope that things can be different and they can do it,” says Faythe.
Change is impossible if you don’t understand how your brain works, says Faythe. Motivating values come from three different areas of the brain. If these don’t line up, then our conscious goals are different from what we want to feel and our experience may send us in another direction. “How can we change if we are going in three directions at once?”
Faythe helps clients shift their perspective and identify the unconscious patterns that interfere with change.
“People keep coming through the door because what I do works. I’ve seen people make magnificent changes.”
For more information about Faythe’s Painless Change Management, visit http://www.whatsholdinguback.com/.
We've got plenty of Canadian Music Week content coming your way in the next few weeks, but this is where it all starts.
Our two musical interviewees - Halifax rock outfit Gloryhound and Hamilton, ON songstress Terra Lightfoot - are performing at this year's edition of CMW. The former dropped their latest disc, Loaded Gun, produced by the one and only Garth Richardson (Red Hot Chili Peppers, Rage Against The Machine), last year, and since they've hit the road with the likes of Deep Purple, Theory of a Deadman, and many more top-tier touring acts. As for Lightfoot, in addition to her work with Dinner Belles, she's been amassing plenty of attention for her solo material and is directly supporting Daniel Lanois at his sure-to-sell-out CMW showcase at the iconic Horseshoe Tavern. Keep an eye for both.
And finally, to prep us for the big closing weekend of CMW, we speak with festival director Justin Kwan about the new and special initiatives planned for this year's edition. Enjoy!
Don't forget Walk of Fame in Hamilton May 21st, tickets $65 per person.
Climb for Cancer in Hamiton May 9th
Demski and Boyko going to NFL Camp
Women's Football League on docket (WWCFL)
BMO field talks go past end date
Halifax CFL still a possiblity, should the voters decide?
Japanese Player joins camp in BC.
Rider Management investigating best way to avoid first season hassles other CFL and NFL teams have had.
"The Psychologist" Jay Llewellyn and "Mr. Super Dynamic" Lewis Carlan return tonight for another awesome edition of Pro Wrestling's Pit Stop.
Tonight, The Psychologist and Mr. Super Dynamic will welcome back Wrestlecentre's 2014 Wrestler of the Year XXL Steve Arsenault and for all the Steenagers out there for the first time ever on Pro Wrestling's Pit Stop, Let's hear it for Lincoln Steen baby, that's right Lincoln Steen from Wrestlecentre will join XXL on our live podcast as well and they will both discuss with us the aftermath of Wrestlecentre's big event from April 9th at the Halifax Forum Multi-Purpose Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada that was headlined with Samoa Joe challenging Heel Factions Christopher Daniels for Wrestlecentre's IFWA Heavyweight Title, also this week's live guest XXL Steve Arsenault wrestling "Reborn" Matt Sydal who is formerly Evan Bourne of WWE as well as our other live guest this week Lincoln Steen who wrestled "Greaser" James Carr.
The Pit Stop gang will also breakdown WWE RAW from this past week as well as discuss the NXT product and roster. Pro Wrestling's Pit Stop will also have our knight in shining armour Patrick who will save the day and eliminate any trouble the Psychologist and Mr. Super Dynamic may run into. Don't forget to set your reminders, your clocks, alarms or whatever and remember to tune in tonight at 7 PM EST, 4 PM PST on BlogTalkRadio!! Don't you dare miss it!!
"I never thought that my hobby of photographing the sun would turn into my 'passion project,' never mind a book,” says photographer/author Kim Weiss about Sunrise, Sunset: 52 Weeks of Awe & Gratitude (HCI Books – Fall 2014 -- ISBN; 9780757318085-- $10.95). "Odd as it is to go from publicist to 'author,' I was moved to share the sense of awe I get to experience every day from my 14th floor terrace.” Her universally loved sunrises (& sunsets) fill the pages, accompanied by the sage words of inspiring people we admire. Each week commentary from people like Candace Bushnell, Lisa Nichols, Jack Canfield, Joan Halifax, Marty Becker, Marci Shimoff and many, many more complement the visual beauty of the sun rising and setting.
Sunrise, Sunset (which happens to fit nicely inside a bag, or perch on a nightstand), is the ultimate gift book for saying "thank you,” sharing a blessing, or offering an oasis for spiritual awakening. From sunrise to sunset this book will be a perennial source of inspiration.
A significant portion of the proceeds from book sales goes to AVDA – an organization dedicated to helping and bringing hope to women who have suffered domestic violence. For more information on this very worthwhile cause, please visit: www.avdaonline.org.
Kim Weiss (Boynton Beach, FL) has been a publicist in the book industry for many years and coaches other writers aspiring to be bestselling authors. Her love of nature and photography began when she was just a little girl
"The Psychologist" Jay Llewellyn and "Mr. Super Dynamic" Lewis Carlan return to Pro Wrestling's Pit Stop tonight at 7 PM EST, 4 PM PST on BlogTalkRadio. On this week's podcast, the Psychologist and Mr. Super Dynamic discuss the Wrestlemania 31 aftermath, the March 30th edition of WWE Monday Night Raw and the latest update on Jeff Jarrett's newest wrestling promotion Global Force Wrestling.that will make their Worldwide television debut on Friday July 24th, 2015 from the Orleans Arena in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Just added to tonight's podcast, Wrestlecentre Producer and current Heel Faction group member Tyler Burns will be on to talk about Wrestlecentre's huge pro wrestling event taking place at the Halifax Forum Multi-Purpose Centre in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada this Thursday April 9th which is headlined by former TNA Wrestling superstar Samoa Joe making his Wrestlecentre and province of Nova Scotia in-ring debut to challenge current IFWA World Heavyweight Champion, current Heel Faction group member and former TNA Wrestling superstar "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels The April 9th Wrestlecentre show from Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada will also have former WWE superstar Evan Bourne who is now known as "Reborn" Matt Sydal who will also make his Wrestlecentre in-ring debut squaring off against local independent wrestler and popular Wrestlecentre performer XXL Steve Arsenault.
Anything can happen on the air from the Psychologist and Mr. Super Dynamic challenging each other to a one on one verbal confrontation to our loyal listener Patrick putting his foot down on all the action. Set your reminders and don't forget to tune in tonight at 7 PM EST, 4 PM PST on BlogTalkRadio to hear what the rebels of internet wrestling radio have to say.Don't you dare miss it!!
On tonight's episode of The BS Show,
Boyd and Rick will be joined by Joel
Jacquard, Nate O'Brien and David Reynolds, 3 grappler who hone their skills
in Halifax, Nova Scotia. Each of them will be travelling to New York and
Boston to compete in IBJJF Open competitions in the near future. We will
also be joined by Submission Series Pro promoter Cat Clarke. It has been a
busy few months for Sub Series and Cat has big news to drop about upcoming
events, in Nova Scotia, Ontario and abroad. "We rollin' baby!"
Another big show this week, with back-to-back episodes featuring four interviewees.
Secret City Records' Daniel Isaiah discusses his latest work, Come Into Gone. Though Isaiah has spent considerable time in Europe and the U.S., and is known in some circles as much for his award-winning short films (under the name Daniel Schachter), CIG is a distinctly local work. The new album was written in his cozy Mile End flat, in a 10-foot by 10-foot room with a perfect view of Mont-Royal, and a little piano in it hauled over from Halifax, on which many of the songs were composed. Isaiah had never taken this approach before, but through it he found chords that he wouldn’t have on his usual guitar. And though writing the songs took considerable time, not much rehearsing or preparation went into recording them. The looseness of the recordings works so well precisely because the songs are so well crafted.
We also catch up with 3/4 of the bill for the April 2nd edition of Generation Next Live at The Phoenix in Toronto in electro-rock four-piece DLV, alt quartet The Control Room, and upbeat indie pop trio Goodnight, Sunrise. (Rebel Hero, the fourth band on the bill, was on last week's show.) If you're in the Toronto area, consider checking it out. www.generationnextlive.com.